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While the word's etymology continues to be debated, scientists agree that the primary origins of the ethnonym were the Lithuanian forms *Lētuvā/Lietuva, which were then used by different languages, including Slavic.

that Lietuva relates to the word *leičiai (plural of leitis, a social group in the early Grand Duchy of Lithuania).

Since the word Lietuva has a suffix (-uva), the original word should have no suffix. Because many Baltic ethnonyms originated from hydronyms, linguists have searched for its origin among local hydronyms.

Usually such names evolved through the following process: hydronym → toponym → ethnonym.

However, the river is very small and some find it improbable that such a small and local object could have lent its name to an entire nation.

On the other hand, such a fact is not unprecedented in world history.

It is also a member of the Nordic Investment Bank, and part of Nordic-Baltic cooperation of Northern European countries.

The United Nations Human Development Index lists Lithuania as a "very high human development" country. Due to the lack of reliable evidence, the true meaning of the name is unknown.

There have been several attempts to associate Lietuva with Celtic toponyms, and with Latin or Italian words, but these attempts all lack strong linguistic support.

It is believed that occasionally all Lithuanians were called using it (except for Samogitians).

Term leiši (plural of leitis), as a synonym to the Lithuanians ethnonym (beside the newer lietuvietis), to this day maintained Latvians who are speaking with a very closely related Latvian language.

The first people settled in the territory of Lithuania after the last glacial period in the 10th millennium BC: Kunda, Neman and Narva cultures.

They were traveling hunters and did not form stable settlements.

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