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[draft for amendments]

HUGE WIP


(In a futuristic science-fantasy context)



DOMVS・CAELESTIS
ΟΥΡΑΝΙΑ・ΟΙΚΙΑ
स्वर्गगृहः
الدَّار السَّمَاوِيَّة
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Heavenly Abode


Then-hj /tʰen ɦɨ/
C 天宇 Tiānyǔ
J 天宇 Tennu ~ 天の宇 Ama-no-Ie
K 天宇 Cheonu ~ 하늘의집 Haneurui Jip
V 天宇 Thin Vũ ~ 茹𡗶 Nh Trời

Domus Caelestis f.
Οὐρᾰνῐ́ᾱ Οἰκῐ́ᾱ f. Ouranā Oikā
स्वर्गगृहः m. Svargagṛhaḥ
الدَّار السَّمَاوِيَّة f. ad-Dār as-Samāwiyya

- A functional federation operating on a "multidimensional" scale. Described by those familiar with it to be "stupidly big, but seemingly never overextended". Maybe one of those classic Marysuetopias, but mainly serves as the user's (relatively) lighthearted setting/storytelling platform.
Other points of interest
- "Eats itself for lunch."
- Despite the edgy and intimidating exterior, meant to be a pretty calming, cozy, green place to live in.

Emblem


Horizontal style


Nobori/verticle style


 
 
Concepts

Res sapiens
- Terms used within the domains of science and politics to point to those "assimilated" to the biological mainstream of the IOGS. Depending on context, the C. stands for either Civis (citizen) or Consanguineus (consanguineous) - sometimes both (with particularly non-canonical but flattering interpretations including Caeligenus - "heaven-born", among others). Individuals belonging to this classification are characterized principally by integration of Lifewave technology (for which, see below) into their physiology, and their capability of procreating among themselves despite appearing to be of different species.
Allkind (Japanese 全類 Zenrui, Latin Omnigenus n.) - Term treated as a collective noun for all individuals of the IOGS and/or C. imperialis origin.
"Person" (Japanese 「人」 "Hito", Latin "Persona" f.) and "human" (Japanese 「人間」 "Ningen", Latin "Humanus" m.) - Changes in sociological contexts mandated shifts in vocabulary and usage. "Person" now points to any sentient individual. "Human", "man" and other related terms are sometimes treated with applicability just as wide, but whose usages are sometimes also used to point to the specific "baseline humans", i.e. those that most resemble the standard H. sapiens - more often reserved for such individuals not under IOGS jurisdiction and not assimilated into the C. imperialis mainstream.
~ bidimensionalis
"Death" (Japanese 「死」 "Shi", Latin "Mors" f.)
- The lack of aging, disease and true cessation of life means the definition of "death" has, as with certain other words in the vocabulary of [THE CURRENT YEAR], changed. In the current epoch, "death" is considered a long, sleep-like state of slumber that comes as a voluntary choice by those who have lived what they considered a satisfying life with little to no regret left. In this state, their subconsciousness lives on as souls. Such persons can choose to come back to life after some quick paperwork, or "move on and reincarnate".

Circle (currency)

Zyin-dw /ʑiɪn dɑ́u/
C Yun
J En ~ Maru ~ Maro
K Won ~ 동그라미 Donggeurami
V 圓 Vin

Circulus m.
? ?. ?
? ?. ?
- [Currency]

Day-of-the-week, day-month-year
- How dates are organized by heads of the IOGS. The years revolve around the traditional East Asian sexagenary calendar cycle, with "YY:YY" displayed in an almost clock-like fashion: the latter two goes from 00 to 59, and the former numbers the cycle, with the cycles themselves treated akin to centuries in popular consciousness (but shorter, lasting for only 60 years each). Example: 79:04 marks five (5) years after 78:59.

Ghost
(to be re-described as inherently integrated in persons' beings)
[change to "Life-force" and include note about "Qi"]
- Erstwhile technology, current biological trait, the Lifewave of each C. imperialis undergoes natural development while they are still in their embryonic stage. Essentially synchronizes people as bodies of computers, with their subconsciousness the CPU (in a sense). Usage of Lifewave functions (such as control of tabs and screens, materializing or digitalizing and storing objects away in folders, search functions, etc) are taught by parents to their children at a young age. Considered as integral as any other biological function one may have. In current usage, the term "Lifewave" usually refers to the screens and tabs themselves. The same term also refers to the type of energy which stems from the same ancient technological advancement, and now sees overwhelming dominance in applications and usages for everyday life.
tl;dr: life energy = phone-computer + free universal wi-fi + electricity-but-non-lethal + {also see additional items below}
Thoughtography Psychography (Japanese 念写 Nensha, Latin Psȳchographia f., Greek Ψῡχογρᾰφῐ́ᾱ f. Psūkhographā) - Enabled by the Lifewave, the technique allows graphic(al) materialization of thoughts onto visible surfaces, whether they are Lifewave screens or solid planes. An alternative to handwriting and typing, and an art tool option.
Pneuma n. (Japanese Ki) (rooted in physical strength, or integrated in other elements) - As an effect, the link established by the Lifewave between individuals and their subconsciousness grants them access to magic. As with any other trait such as physical strength or intelligence, propensity towards it varies between individuals.
"Why don't you have toilets" - FAQ. Answer: Because the C. imperialis doesn't need toilets, ever. (Colon circumflex closing-parenthesis.)

Godway
- Named for the nominal central state religion (itself dubbed Imperial Godway, Japanese 聖制神道 Seisei Jindō, Latin Deivia Imperialis f., Greco-Latin Theodus Imperialis f.). Centered around paying respects to the plethora of "everyday deities", who coexist with man in physical or other planes. Has overall significant grassroots origins.

Interconnected Network (Internet)
- Conceptual evolution of the Internet, adapted for Lifewave (which, see below).

Usage note: Common usage has assigned preferred meanings to the Japanese terms: 互連網 Gorenmō, or its derivative 連網 Renmō, is understood as the name of the Interrete as a whole. Meanwhile, 接網 Setsumō often indicates the connection. The two terms are, however, perfectly interchangeable.

World
- Not to be confused with planet, universe, or other non-administrative usages of the term world. Different levels of space-time and relative dimensions, organized for administrative purposes and to account for the different natures of each such "space" (e.g. an isolated patch of cyberspace, a flat contiguous world located in a void, interconnected space, etc). Somewhat overlaps with "dimension" in colloquial usage.
 
 
Important Figures

Emperor
- Legendary founder of the IOGS, and its sole head of state de jure. A revered figure, and linked to an ancient Shogun Taikei (Japanese 大兄将軍 Taikei Shōgun).

Sootheresses
- Minor goddess-like entities with a permanent passive influence on people, driving their subconsciousness towards being "well-meaning", a trait retained in descendants [cf. Lamarckian inheritance]. Dissidents consider them at least one explanation for the minimization of violent insurgencies against the IOGS. Vary in shapes, sizes and spans of effect - could be anyone from forest spirits, space spirits, goddesses, the spirits of planets and periochs themselves, etc. Populations belonging to this category are perceived by the general population as among the most pleasant people to be around with. Despite the feminine appellation, certain "male" examples exist.
 
 
Institutions

Academy of Studies
- Collection of the most prestigious universities and higher education bodies throughout the IOGS.

Bureau of the Police
- Central police body of the IOGS, one of the bodies under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Popular Affairs.

College of Censors
- Primary intelligence agency of the IOGS. Considered a paramilitary in its own rights.

General Headquarters
- Chiefs of staff of the Self-Defense Forces.

Great Council of State

    Ministry of Education (Japanese 文科省 Monka-shō, Latin Ministerium Educationis n.)
      culture, education (including the state university and the national examination system), magic, science, sports and technology
    Ministry of Ceremonies (Japanese 式治省 Shikiji-shō, Latin Ministerium Caerimoniarum n.)
      management of civil ranks, religion (tending towards spirits) and foreign affairs
    Ministry of Popular Affairs (Japanese 民事省 Minji-shō, Latin Ministerium Rerumpublicarum n.)
      civil service, communication, healthcare, infrastructure, policing, politics, tourism, transportation, welfare, etc. - "people's matters"
    Ministry of Defense (Japanese 防衛省 Bōei-shō, Latin Ministerium Defensionis n.)
      administration of the VSD
    Ministry of Justice (Japanese 法務省 Hōmu-shō, Latin Ministerium Iustitiae n.)
      law enforcement (note: though somewhat overlapping with policing, said function is not included), and the judicial system
    Ministry of Economy (Japanese 経済省 Keizai-shō, Latin Ministerium Oeconomiae n.)
      economic activities - commerce, finance, fiscal policies (e.g. exchange rate), trade, etc.

People's Diet
- Organ for the voice of the people in the IOGS.

Self-Defense Forces
- Central armed forces of the IOGS. Traditionally divided into Ground, Naval, Aerial, Space, Cyberspace and Special Operations components (respectively, in Japanese: 衛力 Rikuchi Jieiryoku, 衛力 Suichū Jieiryoku, 空自衛力 Jieiryoku, 衛力 Uchū Jieiryoku, 衛力 Jieiryoku and 衛力 Tokusaku Jieiryoku - in Latin: Vires Suidefensionis Terrestris f. pl., Vires Suidefensionis Navalis f. pl., Vires Suidefensionis Aeriae f. pl., Vires Suidefensionis Spatialis f. pl., Vires Suidefensionis Cyberspatialis f. pl. and Vires Suidefensionis Specialium Operationum f. pl.); this subdivision, however, holds less importance in [THE CURRENT YEAR] compared to older times. Notable dudes under the jurisdiction of the VSD include the SPACE MARINES (Japanese 宇兵隊 Uheitai, Latin Epibatae Spatiales m. pl.)

Supreme Court
- Supreme judicial body in the Heavenly Abode.

Yuisin Company
- One of the more prominent financial groups in the IOGS economy. Colloquially termed the Yuisin Zaibatsu (Japanese 維新財閥 Tsunanii Zaibatsu, Latin Grex pecūniārius Iuisin m.), it was historically established by a certain Sakahara family. Principally known in [THE CURRENT YEAR] for its media projects.

Warrior Orders
- Autonomous organizations linked to the Defense Forces with strict codes of conduct and harsh training procedures that produce super-soldiers. Known for sometimes doubling as charity organizations, especially in war zones. Frequently the "offensive" to the standard Defense Forces' "defensive". Among other things, criticized for being "violent goody-two-shoes" and "charities/nurseries with ammunition". Certain warrior orders of note include the Order of the Skull (Japanese 髑骨団 Dokkotsudan, Latin Ōrdō Calvāriae m.) and the Phantom Volunteers (Japanese 玄霊義団 Genrei Gidan, Latin Voluntarii Phantasmatis m. pl.).
 
 
Antagonistic Forces

Assarrus m. (Japanese 遏砂魯 Assharo)
- A term referring to a cult, as well as the loose collection of organizations associated with it. Characterized by active malevolence, Assarrus perpetrates various acts of physical and psychological harm against followers and non-followers alike.

"One True God" (Japanese 「一真羅」 "Isshinra", Latin "Univerilaus" m.)
"One True Lord" (Japanese 「一真主」 "Isshinshu", Latin "Unus Verus Dominus" m.)
"One God" (Japanese 「一羅」 "Ichira", Latin "Unilaus" m.)
- Central and sole deity of Assarrus, the worship of whom entails the complete removal of happiness, and pushing all into agony and despair. As it does not recognize the legitimacy of any other deity, its primary agenda is to eradicate all other presences considered "deities" by any means necessary.



Terms in Central Languages

Languages
Classical Chinese* MingLiU

(Provided in anachronistic notation of Medieval Chinese based on Baxter's notation, and its corresponding IPA values based on Zhengzhang's reconstruction.)
(Standard Chinese SimSun, Japanese MS PMincho, Korean Batang, and Vietnamese pronunciations/calques provided for comparison underneath.)

Latin
Greek (Koin) Times New Roman
Sanskrit
Arabic Calibri

(Concepts)

Res sapiens


Trj-ʋut /ʈˠiᴇ̀ ʋut̚/
C 智物 Zhw
J 智物 Chibutsu ~ 賢い物 Kashikoimono
K 智物 Jimul ~ ?
V 智物 Tr Vật ~ 物情坤 Vật Tinh Khn

Rēs sapiēns f.
Πρᾶγμᾰ τὸ σοφόν n. Prgma t sophn
प्रज्ञवस्तु n. Prajavastu
شَيْء عَاقِل m. ayʾ ʿĀqil

~ bidimensionalis




Nyj-tshj-ngjwon /ɲiɪ̀ t͡sʰiɪ̀ ŋʉɐn/
C 二次元~ rcyun
J 二次元~ Nijigen ~ 二つの次元の~ Futatsu-no-Jigen no ~
K 二次元~ Ichawon
V 二次元~ Nhị Thứ Nguyn ~ ~𠄩朝 Hai Chiều ~

~ bidīmēnsiōnālis f.
? ?. ?
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Day-of-the-week, day-month-year






Yw-nyit, nen-ngjwot-nyit /jiᴇ̀u ɲiɪt̚ nen ŋʉɐt̚ ɲiɪt̚/ (lit. Day-of-the-week, year-month-day)
C 曜日,年月日 Yor, ninyur
J 曜日、年月日 Yōbi, nengappi
K 曜日、年月日 Yoil, yeonworil
V 曜日、年月日 Diệu nhật, nin nguyệt nhật ~ 𣈜中旬、𢆥𣎃𣈜 Ngy trong tuần, năm thng ngy

Diēs hebdomadis, diēs-mēnsis-annus m.
? ?. ?
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Godway


Zyin-dw /ʑiɪn dɑ́u/
C 神道 Shndo
J 神道 Shintō ~ 神の道 Kami-no-Michi
K 神道 Sindo ~ 神의길 Sinuigil
V 神道 Thần Đạo ~ 𡓃神 Lối Thần

Deivia f. ~ Theūdus f.
Θεοῦδος f. Theodos
देवमार्ग m. Devamārga
طَرِيق إِلَٰهِيّ m. Ṭarīq ʾIlāhiyy

Interconnected Network (Internet)










Sjang-h Ljen-ket-ʋng (H-ljen-ʋng) /sɨɐŋ ɦu liᴇn ket̚ ʋɐ́ŋ ɦu liᴇn ʋɐ́ŋ/
C 相互连结网 (互连网) Xiāngh Linjiwǎng (Hlinwǎng)
J 相互連結網 (互連網) Sōgo Renketsumō (Gorenmō) ~ お互い連ねる網 Otagaitsuraneru-ami
K 相互連結網 (互連網) Sangho Yeongyeolmang (Horyeonmang)
V 相互連結網 (互連網) Tương Hỗ Lin Kết Vng (Hỗ Lin Vng) ~ 𦀴𦀼終 Mạng Nối Chung

Internexum Rēte (Interrēte) n.
Δῐᾰσῠ́νδετον Δῐ́κτῠον (Δῐᾰδῐ́κτῠον) n. Diasndeton Dktuon (Diadktuon)
अन्तर्योजनजाल (अन्तर्जाल) m. Antaryojanajāla (Antarjāla)
شَبَكَة مُتَرَابِطَة (شَبَكَة) f. abaka Mutarābiṭa (abaka)

Life-force


Srng-lik /ʃˠŋ lɨk̚/
C 生力 Shēngl
J 生力 Seiryoku ~ 生きる力 Ikiruchikara
K 生力 Saengnyeok
V 生力 Sinh Lực ~ 飭𤯩 Sức Sống

Vītālitās f.
Ζωτῐκότης f. Zōtiktēs
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Ghost

Khjɨ̀j /kʰɨ̀i/
C Q
J Ki
K Gi
V 氣 Kh

Spīritus m.
Πνεῦμᾰ n. Pnema
प्राण m. Prāṇa
? ?. ?

World

Kɛ̀j /kˠɛ̀i/
C Ji
J Kai
K Gye
V 界 Giới

Mundus m.
Κόσμος m. Ksmos
लोक m. Loka
عَالَم m. ʿĀlam

(Important Figures)

Emperor

Tj /ti/
C D
J Tei ~ Mikado
K Je
V 帝 Đế

Imperātor m.
Αὐτοκρᾰ́τωρ m. Autokrtōr
सम्राज् m. Samrāj
إمْبَرَاطُور m. ʾImbarāṭūr

Sootheresses


Hjw-nrj /ɦɨ ɳɨʌ́/
C 宥女 Yunǚ
J 宥女 Yūjo ~ 宥める女 Nadamerume
K 宥女 Yunyeo
V 宥女 Hựu Nữ

Plācātrīcēs f. pl.
? ?. ?
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

(Institutions)

Academy of Studies



Hwk-zjip-hjwn /ɦˠʌk̚ ziɪp̚ ɦˠiuᴇ̀n/
C 学习院 Xuxyun
J 学習院 Gakushūin ~ Manabinarai no In ~ Manabinarai no Tsukasa ~ 文屋司 Fumiya no Tsukasa
K 學習院 Hakseubwon
V 學習院 Học Tập Viện

Acadēmīa Studiōrum f.
Ᾰ̓κᾰδημῐ́ᾱ Μᾰθήσεων f. Akadēmā Mathḗseōn
शिक्षासंस्थान m. Śikṣāsaṃsthāna
مَجْمَع الدِّرَاسَات m. Majmaʿ ad-Dirāsāt

Bureau of the Police



Kjǽng-pw-lew /kˠiǽŋ pɑ́u leu/
C 警保寮 Jǐngbǎolio
J 警保寮 Keihoryō
K 警保寮 Gyeongboryo
V 警保寮 Cảnh Bảo Liu

Tabulārium Vigilum n.
Γρᾰφεῖον Ᾰ̓στῠνομῐ́ᾱς n. Grapheon Astunomās
रक्षाकार्यालय m. Rakṣākāryālaya
مَكْتَب الشُّرْطَة m. Maktab a-urṭa

College of Censors



Dan-tsyng-doj /dɑn t͡ɕiᴇ̀ŋ dʌi/
C 弹正台 Tnzhngti
J 弾正台 Danjōdai ~ 正す司 Tadasu-tsukasa
K 彈正臺 Tanjeongdae
V 彈正臺 Đn Chnh Đi

Collēgium Cēnsōrum n.
? ?. ?
? ?. ?
مَجْمَع الرُّقَبَاء m. Majmaʿ ar-Ruqabāʾ

General Headquarters



Dj-pwn-yweng /dɑ̀i puə́n jwiᴇŋ/
C 大本营 Dběnyng
J 大本営 Daihon'ei
K 大本營 Daebonyeong
V 大本營 Đại Bản Doanh

Praetōrium Generāle n.
Κοινόν Ᾰ̓ρχηγεῖον n. Koinn Arkhēgeon
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Great Council of State



Thj-tsyng-kwan /tʰɑ̀i t͡ɕiᴇ̀ŋ kuɑn/
C 太政官 Tizhngguān
J 太政官 Daijōkan ~ Ōimatsurigoto no Tsukasa
K 太政官 Taejeonggwan
V 太政官 Thi Chnh Quan

Cōnsilium Grande Cīvitātis n.
Μέγᾰ Σῠνέδρῐον Πολῑτείᾱς n. Mga Sundrion Polīteās
महाराज्यसभा f. Mahārājyasabhā
? ?. ?

Ministry of Education



Ʋun-khwa-srjǽng /ʋun kʰuɑ ʃˠiǽŋ/
C 文科省 Wnkēshěng
J 文科省 Monka-shō
K 文科省 Mun-gwaseong
V 文科省 Văn Khoa Tỉnh

Ministerium Ēducātiōnis n.
Ῠ̔πουργεῖον Παιδείᾱς n. Hupourgeon Paideās
? ?. ?
وِزَارَة التَّعْلِيم f. Wizāra at-Taʿlīm

Ministry of Ceremonies



Syik-dr-srjǽng /ɕɨk̚ ɖɨ̀ ʃˠiǽŋ/
C 式治省 Shzhshěng
J 式治省 Shikiji-shō
K 式治省 Sikchiseong
V 式治省 Thức Trị Tỉnh

Ministerium Caerimōniārum n.
Ῠ̔πουργεῖον Τελετουργῐ́ᾱς n. Hupourgeon Teletourgās
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Ministry of Popular Affairs



Mjin-dzr-srjǽng /miɪn d͡ʒɨ̀ ʃˠiǽŋ/
C 民事省 Mnshshěng
J 民事省 Minji-shō
K 民事省 Minsaseong
V 民事省 Dn Sự Tỉnh

Ministerium Rērumpūblicārum n.
Ῠ̔πουργεῖον Δημοσῐ́ων Πρᾱγμᾰ́των n. Hupourgeon Dēmosōn Prāgmtōn
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Ministry of Defense



Vang-hjwj-srjǽng /vɐŋ ɦˠiuᴇ̀i ʃˠiǽŋ/
C 防卫省 Fngwishěng
J 防衛省 Bōei-shō
K 防衛省 Bangwiseong
V 防衛省 Phng Vệ Tỉnh

Ministerium Dēfēnsiōnis n.
Ῠ̔πουργεῖον Ᾰ̓́μῡνᾰς n. Hupourgeon mūnas
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Ministry of Justice



Fap-ʋ-srjǽng /fɐp̚ ʋ ʃˠiǽŋ/
C 法务省 Fǎwshěng
J 法務省 Hōmu-shō
K 法務省 Beommuseong
V 法務省 Php Vụ Tỉnh

Ministerium Iūstitiae n.
Ῠ̔πουργεῖον Δῐκαιοσῠ́νης n. Hupourgeon Dikaiosnēs
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Ministry of Economy



Keng-tsj-srjǽng /keŋ t͡si ʃˠiǽŋ/
C 经济省 Jīngjshěng
J 経済省 Keizai-shō
K 經濟省 Gyeongjeseong
V 經濟省 Kinh Tế Tỉnh

Ministerium Oeconomiae n.
Ῠ̔πουργεῖον Οἰκονομῐ́ᾱς n. Hupourgeon Oikonomās
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

People's Diet


Mjin-hwj /miɪn ɦuɑ̀i/
C 民会 Mnhu
J 民会 Minkai ~ Tamiai
K 民會 Minhoe
V 民會 Dn Hội

Diaeta Populāris f.
Λᾱῐ̈κή Δῐ́αιτᾰ f. Lākḗ Daita
जनतासभा f. Janatāsabhā
مَجْلِس الشَّعْب m. Majlis a-aʿb

Self-Defense Forces



Dzj-hjwj-lik /d͡ziɪ̀ ɦˠiuᴇ̀i lɨk̚/
C 自卫力 Zwil
J 自衛力 Jieiryoku ~ Mizukaramori no Chikara
K 自衛力 Jawiryeok
V 自衛力 Tự Vệ Lực

Vīrēs Autodēfēnsiōnis f. pl.
Δῠνᾰ́μεις Αὐτᾰ́μῡνᾰς f. pl. Dunmeis Autmūnas
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Supreme Court



Dj-sym-hjwn /dɑ̀i ɕiɪ́m ɦˠiuᴇ̀n/
C 大审院 Dshěnyun
J 大審院 Daishin'in
K 大審院 Daesimwon
V 大審院 Đại Thẩm Viện

Cūria Suprēma f.
Ᾰ̓νώτᾰτον Δῐκᾰστήρῐον n. Anṓtaton Dikastḗrion
? ?. ?
? ?. ?

Yuisin Company




Ywij-sin Syang-hwj /jiuɪ siɪn ɕɨɐŋ ɦuɑ̀i/
C 维新商会 Wixīn Shānghu
J 維新商会 Ishin Shōkai ~ Yuishin Shōkai ~ Tsunanii Shōkai ~ Tsunanii Akinaiai
K 維新商會 Yusin Sanghoe
V 維新商會 Duy Tn Thương Hội

Societās Iuisin f.
Ἑταιρείᾰ Ῐ̓ούῐσῐν f. Hetairea Ioisin
युइसिन्समवाय m. Yuisinsamavāya
شَرِكَة يُويْسِين f. arika Yūysīn

Yuisin Financial Clique




Ywij-sin Dzoj-vot /jiuɪ siɪn d͡zʌi vɐt̚/
C 维新财阀 Wixīn Cif
J 維新財閥 Ishin Zaibatsu ~ Yuishin Zaibatsu ~ Tsunanii Zaibatsu
K 維新財閥 Yusin Jaebeol
V 維新財閥 Duy Tn Ti Phiệt

Grex pecūniārius Iuisin m.
Οἰκονομῐκός Κῠ́κλος Ῐ̓ούῐσῐν m. Oikonomiks Kklos Ioisin
युइसिनार्थसमूह m. Yuisinārthasamūha
مَجْمُوعَة الْمَالِيَّة يُويْسِين f. Majmūʿa al-Māliyya Yūysīn

Warrior Orders



Ʋ-dzr-dwan /ʋ d͡ʒɨ́ duɑn/
C 武士团 Wǔshtun
J 武士団 Bushidan ~ Mononofu no Dan
K 武士團 Musadan
V 武士團 V Sĩ Đon

Ōrdinēs Bellātōrum m. pl.
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Phantom Volunteers




Hwen-leng Ngj-dwan /ɦwen leŋ ŋˠiᴇ̀ duɑn/
C 玄灵义团 Xunlng Ytun
J 玄霊義団 Genrei Gidan
K 玄靈義團 Hyeollyeong Uidan
V 玄靈義團 Huyền Linh Nghĩa Đon

Voluntāriī Phantasmatis m. pl.
Ἐθελονταί Φᾰντᾰ́σμᾰτος m. pl. Ethelonta Phantsmatos
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