Some things are quite obvious in life. Others aren't.
A person fom France is French, a person from Spain is Spanish or a Spaniard. So far, so good. Some things are a bit more difficult, as the inhabitants of the county of Essex in Britain are NOT called Essexians, but East Saxons (for historical reasons) and I REALLY don't know how they are calling people from Yorkshire or Leicestershire.
And: How do you call a person from Oklahoma? Oklahomian? Oklahoman? Okie?
A person from Kansas? Kansatian? Kansanian? Kansan? Hawaiian is obvious, though.
A person from Ilinois may be an Ilinoian, or am I wrong? New Yorkers ar as obvious as Californians, but how do you call a person from Dakota? Dakotan? Dakotian? Dakotish?
Could anyone help me out how you call the persons or adjectives of the different counties or states of Ireland, Britain, the USA and Canada?
I'm a bit lost, I confess. It's a gap in my education I would like to close.
Thanks for your help in advance.