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Explanation: ... on Internet groups and elsewhere, I concluded that there isn't an official English equivalent of Cesko - which, by the way is not offcial either - although widely used, lots of people still object to it.....
It does mean Czech Republic, i.e. Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, though, so translating it Bohemia would be a bit off.
Personally, I dislike Czechia strongly, I sometimes use Czecho as the equivalent of Cesko in English, but never in an official context and I don't claim it to be correct, just like it.....
My advice is to stick to Czech Republic in English if it's a written document
Matej Klimes Local time: 07:51 Native speaker of: Czech, English PRO pts in pair: 49