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so would that prince be a ruler in his own right? because i know the old prince of wales answered to the king of England (being his son and all) so are all principalities ruled by the heir to another country?
Andorra is a principality. You could check that out
Well technically I think all the countries in the UK have the same ruler so they are a Single Nation, I'm not british so I'm not sure. On the other hand, the principalities of Monaco, Liechtenstein and Andorra ARE independant.
ah ok you two have explained it perfectly. but why don't they just make themselves king instead of prince?
Well I think it has something to do with thesef factors.
-The size of the country. The ones I mentioned are really tiny, more like city-states of ancient times.
-Royalty rules, of some sort. I mean, in medieval times it was not possible to simply name yourself of a higher rank, It happened on counted occasions only, like prussia. Most other dukes-princes-counts, if independent, could only get the title of King by recognition of the pope, and the Holy Roman Emperor if they were catholic and part of the Empire. That's why the prussian duke declared himself King, he was protestant, and it did not go without rustling the Emperor's jimmies, but they had the power to back their claim.
So most states simply stuck with their titles all the way to modern times, it kinda goes against the "implicit rules" to change it , though I think no one would care today, perhaps a newspaper headline and no more.
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American English also adopted words from other langauges, for example 'Cookie' comes from the dutch word koekje. Thats why England says biscuit instead.
I'm studying six languages and I've realized most English words with more than two syllabes come from either French or Latin.
thats because english is mostly just old french from the norman invasion or 1066
Don't forget German
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