Some countries have names that are eight letters long. If you are trying to learn how to spell the names of countries, remember the first four letters and then the last four letters of these eight-letter country names. Here, you will find countries whose names are eight letters long, sorted by the continent.
Barbados and Dominica (not to be confused with the Dominican Republic) are both island countries in the Caribbean, between North America and South America. Honduras is a small country that is technically part of North America; this area between Mexico and South America is often referred to as Central America or Latin America.
Travel east from South America to Africa, and you will find several countries whose letters have eight names. They include Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Botswana, Djibouti, and Ethiopia. There is also Eswatini, a tiny country in southern Africa that you may have never heard of. Eswatini was formerly known as Swaziland and was only recently renamed in 2018.
East of Europe is the massive continent of Asia. In Asia, the countries whose names have eight letters include Mongolia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, and Pakistan on the Indian subcontinent. Also part of Asia but not part of the main landmass is Maldives (sometimes called The Maldives), a large chain of islands known as an archipelago, out in the southern Indian Ocean.
You cannot learn very much about a country just by known that its name has eight letters, though this is a convenient way to learn how to spell the names of countries or go about memorizing them. These countries have their own distinct cultures, histories, and geographies, and they have very little in common with each other. Just as getting to know people requires known more than how many letters are in their names, getting to know a country requires much information like food, music, art, language, weather, religion, and more.