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Biographies of Nhoor

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Dydw i ddim yn mwynhau'r gwiberod du yn y swyddfa


This list contains some basic biographical information, sometimes short biographies, about citizens of Nhoor who are not members of the royal family, Duvactist priests, or ambassadors.


A

  • Pharus Amher : *1976. Politician. First Councillor of Īrto̦ch pw Zascheronha 2021 - present.

  • Devirnī Aramhedy-Tēc : *1976. Politician. First Councillor Jōnsoch pw Ta̦rleqh 2020 - present ; Councillor for Budget Jōnsoch pw Ta̦rleqh. (Nhoracle 15)

  • Leymhī Arcarany-Ƨach : *1965. Politician. Acting Head of State 2019 - 2020; Chairman of parliament 2019 - present ; Member of Parliament for the pragmatist party OJ. (Nhoracle 15)

  • Tonhae̦ro Arcarany : *1974. Politician. Minister of Royal and Religious Affairs 2019 - present ; Minister of Education 2019. (Nhoracle 9, 15, 27)


B

  • Esyca Bajeroy : *1990. Politician. Minister of Communication, Media, and Digital Affairs 2021 - present. (Nhoracle 33)

  • Neva Balarony : *1962. Politician. Leader of the conservative party CCJ 2013 - 2020. (Nhoracle 8, 14)

  • Nheva Balarony : 1961 - 2020. Politician. First Councillor of Jōnsoch pw Ta̦rleqh 2012 - 2020. (Nhoracle 18)

  • Conhan Barjwzaqh : *1981. Politician. Minister of Civil Affairs 2020 - present ; Minister of Regional and Local Governments 2019 - 2020 ; Minister of Communication, Media, and Digital Affairs 2019. (Nhoracle 7, 22, 23)

  • A̦qwch Benhirren : *1971. Politician. First Councillor of Carunwch pw Zascheronha 2021 - present.

  • Ta̦chod Bēqirhānhen : *1968. Politician. Leader of the liberaldemocrat party SIQ 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 7, 11, 12, 14, 23, 24, 33)

  • Arvīd Bēqomher-Tennwqh : *1959. Politician. First Councillor of Gehermhach pw Ta̦rleqh 2012 - present.

  • Parhus Bēƨe̦ramher : *1973. Crime expert, professor of criminology at the University of Sārruc. (Nhoracle 28)

  • Narhato̦ Bōchēn : *1976. Politician. Minister of Science and Development 2019 - present.

  • Sanhad Bōra̦ : *1957. Politician. First Minister 2012 - 2019 ; Minister of Communication, Media, and Digital Affairs 2019 ; Minister of Domestic Affairs 2010 - 2012 ; Minister of Foreign Affairs 2004 - 2010. (Nhoracle 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12)

  • Choved Borcws : *1970. Politician. First Councillor of Tenda 2017 - present.

  • Carhavid Bostu : *1978. Politician. Leader of the Liberal Party (LC) 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 12, 19, 22, 24)

  • Conad Broq : *1926. Leader of the socialist dock workers’ union of Nhoor who famously offered himself in exchange for the impopular director of a transshipment company and his pregnant wife who were taken hostage by a drug gang. During one of their clandestine operations in the port of Cinharda in October 1982, the gang was caught in the act by the harbour police and in an attempt to secure a way out for themselves, they took the director and his wife hostage. The exchange was done smoothly, although the wife gave birth too early because of the excitement, but the situation ended in a stalemate for several days. During the final liberation attempt, Broq was shot in his left leg, which had to be amputated. Although Broq wasn’t able to work anymore after this, his actions lead to more attention to the working conditions of dock workers, which significantly improved after that.

  • Alwd Buysony : *1961. Politician. First Councillor of Chur 2018 - present.

  • Ƨīnhāro Buysony : *1951. Director of an adoption agency that turned out to sell children that were less likely to be adopted into slavery abroad. When her scheme was discovered in 2004, she was at first believed to have known nothing about it, and two of her assistants were sentenced to a lifetime in jail. New evidence that emerged in 2011 and 2012 revealed however that she was the real head of the operation and that one of the convicted assistants was innocent. Buysony was arrested before she could leave the country and is currently spending the remainder of her life in prison.


C

  • Jormud Cāgamher : *1967. Political Analyst. (Nhoracle 19)

  • Orumha Cany-Jwchmiqen : *1966, politician and lawyer. Prime Minister 2021 - present ; Minister of Foreign Affairs 2016 - 2021 ; Minister of Justice 2014 - 2016. (Nhoracle 1, 2, 3, 12, 16, 21, 22, 26, 31, 33, 34)

  • Ōphɵd Carōmhīqh : *1959. Politician. Acting Head of State 2017 - 2019; Chairman of parliament 2015 - 2019 ; Member of Parliament for the liberaldemocrat party SIQ. (Nhoracle 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, 12, 15)

  • Armhad Cellichen : *1970. Politician. First Minister 2019 ; Leader of the political party Citizens' Initiative (VM) 2021 - present ; Minister of Public Security 2020 - 2021 ; Minister of Emergency and Disaster Management 2019 - 2020 ; Minister of Finance 2015 - 2019. Car collector. Partner of swimming champion Leymhī Totava. (Nhoracle 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, 15, 22, 23, 28, 31, 33, 34)

  • Ɵsan Ceph : 1995 - 2020. Popular singer of morbid songs. (Nhoracle 21)

  • Ƨwqws Cillaches : 1911 - 1984. Diplomat and colonel in the Nhoor army. Nhoor and Keverai have had relations since the Imperial War, when Nhoor was still a dependency of Razzgriz's predecessor states and Nhoor soldiers were sent to Keverai to help liberate Keverai between 1944-1948. In the years after the Imperial War, Nhoor provided financial assistance to Keverai in the latter's effort to rebuild the country. After Nhoor gained full independence from Razzgriz in 1969, official relations between the two countries were established, with col. Ƨwqws Cillaches, who was one of the most prominent Nhoor participants in the liberation of Keverai, becoming Nhoor's first ambassador to Keverai.

  • Arvīd Cōrs : *1993. Lead singer of the death metal band Haƨa̦ pw Hiqīs (‘Split Livers’). (Nhoracle 2)

  • Bosw̦ced Cōrs : *1987. Minister of Foreign Affairs 2021 - present ; Minister of Communication, Media, and Digital Affairs 2019 - 2021. (Nhoracle 9, 33)

  • Halisin Cōrs : *1955. Chancellor of the University of Sārruc 2010 - 2018. (Nhoracle 7)

  • Gamo-Calavī Cosytɵ̦sen-Nhōly : *1977. Minister of Housing and Regional Planning 2021 - present ; Minister of Justice 2020 - 2021 ; Public prosecutor in O̦qwrruc .... - 2021. (Nhoracle 22, 33)


D

  • Urhed Dasytedy : *1984. Paparazzi journalist. (Nhoracle 27)

  • Corhad Demher : 1983 - 2019. Son of Rhanhɵd Demher. (Nhoracle 2, 8)

  • Rhanhɵd Demher : *1955. Politician. Minister of Domestic Affairs 2019 ; Minister of Defence 2012 - 2019 ; Minister of Science and Development 1999 - 2012. (Nhoracle 2, 8, 9, 12, 15)


E

  • Qhod Ē̦tanhwta : *1979. Politician. Minister of Emergency and Disaster Management 2020 - present. (Nhoracle 22, 27)

  • Uba Eversan : *1966. Political analyst. (Nhoracle 3)


G

  • Orumha Gonhomher-Īƨy : *1977. Politician. Minister of Energy and the Environment 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 1, 27)

  • Olad Gurqh : *1970. Drug baron. (Nhoracle 10, 13)

  • Colmhɵd Gusan : *1958. Politician. First Minister 2019 ; Minister of Education 2019 - present, and 2015 - 2019 ; Minister of Finance 2010 - 2015 ; Minister of Housing and Regional Planning 2005 - 2010. (Nhoracle 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15)


H

  • Wson Hevach : *1968. Police commissioner of Sārruc. (Nhoracle 2)

  • Tonhae̦ro Hevach-Cemhijy : *1961. Politician. First Councillor of Vaqtwch 2016 - present.

  • Losan Hwrcech : *1965. Politician. Minister of Domestic Affairs 2019 ; Minister of Justice 2019 ; Minister of Social Affairs and Employment 2015 - 2019 ; Minister of Regional and Local Governments 2010 - 2015. (Nhoracle 1, 6, 9)

  • Orumha Hwrcech-W̦stws : *1965. Admiral in the Nhoor navy. (Nhoracle 32)


I

  • Davronad Īlīmhar : *1968. Politician. First Councillor of Unnō pw Camhɵrlanh 2016 - present.

  • Maron I̦swla : *1969. Politician. Minister of Traffic, Business, and Industrial Affairs 2019 - present ; Minister of Sport, Culture, and Religious Affairs 2016 - 2019. (Nhoracle 1, 15, 27)

  • Mabws Īƨy : *1960. Archaeologist. (Nhoracle 32)


J

  • Acāver Jā̦ : *1985. Politician. Minister for Regional and Local Governments 2020 - present. (Nhoracle 22)

  • A̦qwch Jā̦ : *1977. Politician. First Councillor of U̦mhach 2014 - present.

  • Osytir Javedeqh : 1929 - 2019. Politician. First Minister of Nhoor 1981 - 1994 ; Minister of Defense 1978 - 1981. (Nhoracle 1)

  • Ɵsan Jumisy : *1964. Politician. Minister of Domestic Affairs 2019 - 2020 ; Minister of Emergency and Disaster Management 2012 - 2019. (Nhoracle 6, 9, 18, 22)


L

  • Ganhod Līrda : *1975. Cricket player. Coach of the national cricket team 'Blue Eagles' ???? - 2019. (Nhoracle 9)

  • Tado̦d Līƨiqir : *1968. Politician. Minister of Budget and Trade 2015 - present. (Nhoracle 13)


M

  • Tonhae̦ro Mazda̦riqh : *1988. Journalist of the Sārruc Times. (Nhoracle 17)

  • Aste̦lī Mensy-Mwr : *1982. Politician. Leader of the far left political party NQh. (Nhoracle 19)

  • Ēqastī Mensy-Greqh : *1981. Minister of Family and Equal Opportunities 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 9)

  • Ƨonad Mensy : *1967. Painter. (Nhoracle 17)


N

  • Numā Nhalu̦ches : *1968. Journalist. Editor in chief of Ɵracil sɵn Nhōrɵs 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 1 - present)

  • Arcod Nhestarāzy : *1974. Leader of the socialdemocrat party COJ 2019 - present. Mathematician. (Nhoracle 29, 30, 31, 32, 33)


O

  • Naty O̦cenharemedy : *1964. Diplomat. Nhoor delegate to The League 2020 - present. (Nhoracle 30)

  • Leymhī Onher-Ɵchuncws : *1961. Politician. First Councillor of Orleqh 2011 - present.

  • A̦qwch Ōtōrsu̦qh : *1969. Businessman. (Nhoracle 17)


P

  • Pharus Parhecuch : *1969. Politician and colonel in the Nhoor army. Minister of Defence 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 9, 17, 19, 31, 32)

  • Wnhaced Petras : *1974. Politician. First Councillor of Īnōsy 2018 - present.

  • Elīn Posaqh : *1974. Politician. Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food 2019 - present; Minister of Energy and the Environment 2016 - 2019.

  • Cessod Pwqceraqh : *1971 - 2020 (?). Minister of Justice 2019 - 2020 ; Minister of Family and Equal Opportunities 2008 - 2019. Married to Orumha Pwqceraqh. Missing since 12 April 2020. (Nhoracle 9, 14, 16, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 33)

  • Salvanī-Orumha Pwqceraqh : 1973 - 2020. Wife of Cessod Pwqceraqh (Minister of Justice). (Nhoracle 20, 25)


R

  • Utired Rānharsw̦ns : *1974. Politician. First Councillor of Sārruc 2014 - present.

  • Elerhī Rhāpar-Pwqceraqh : *1965. Chancellor of the University of Sārruc 2018 - present. (Nhoracle 7)

  • Sanhī Rhuchws-Gazwn : *1974. Politician. Minister of Social Affairs and Employment 2019 - present.


S

  • Olad Sāly : *1963. Leader of the Liberal Party (LC) 2014 - 2019. (Nhoracle 1)

  • Pharus Sāly : *1971. Politician. First Councillor of Gwmen pw Camhɵrlanh 2016 - present.

  • Utired Sāly : 1926 - 2019. Fashion designer. (Nhoracle 5)

  • Wnhaced Sa̦nti̦rherwscɵs : 1723 - 1804. Sa̦nti̦rherwscɵs was a prolific writer, poet, and playwright who contributed a lot to the Nhoor language and basically helped shape its modern variant. His most known work is Uqar li rhwmwsili (‘The wolves’ weapons’, 1751), a satirical epos that can be seen as a protest against the decadence of the nobility and the rich and wealthy citizens of Nhoor. The work is mandatory at primary school and children have to learn it by heart, with most adults still being able to recite large parts of it upon request. Although most ordinary people despise Sa̦nti̦rherwscɵs because of this, literary experts consider him one of the greatest Nhoor who ever lived. In most towns and cities streets, parks, and the occasional school are named after him.

  • Huldoro Sā̦ƨws-Patorheqh : *1960, politician and chemist. Prime Minister 2019 - 2021 ; Minister for Traffic, Business, and Industrial Affairs 2008 - 2019 ; Minister of Energy and the Environment 2005 - 2008 ; Housing and Energy Councillor in the Sārruc Provincial Council 2001 - 2005 ; Member of the Sārruc provincial parliament 1993 - 2001. (Nhoracle 1, 2, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 28, 32, 33)

  • Tōnis Sɵmhoreny : *1957. Magistrate of the Law. (Nhoracle 16)

  • Uldered Sulumeqh : *1964. Politician. Minister of Finance 2019 - present ; Minister of Regional and Local Governments 2019 ; Minister of Communication, Media, and Digital Affairs 2008 - 2019. (Nhoracle 7, 14)


Ƨ

  • Dwyda Ƨīmeqh : *1966. Politician. First Councillor of Sola 2011 - present.

  • Ta̦nhod Ƨɵ̦jely : *1962. Politician. Minister of Defence 2019 and 2008 - 2012 ; Minister of Domestic Affairs 2012 - 2019. (Nhoracle 2, 3, 4, 9)


T

  • Nheva Tā̦nwqh : *1963. Politician. First Councillor of Cōsō pw Camhɵrlanh 2015 - present.

  • Gwzorī Tennwqh-Tānhar : *1980. Politician. Minister of Sport, National Heritage, and Cultural Cooperation 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 15)

  • Aruqo Te̦qhīseqh-Parsy : *1963. Politician. Minister of Health 2019 - present. (Nhoracle 27)

  • Aruqo Tī̦stely : *1991. Stand-up comedian and presenter of an origami show on SRT4. (Nhoracle 6)

  • Devirnī Tī̦stely : *1967. Businesswoman. CEO of MwrOyl GH .... - 2021 ; heiress to the large financial empire of the Tī̦stely family. Arrested in 2021 on suspicion of leading a criminal organisation. (Nhoracle 34)

  • Gwzorī Tī̦stely : *1968. Politician. Minister of Public Security 2021 - present. Leader of the socialdemocrat party COJ 2011 - 2019. (Nhoracle 8, 14, 33)

  • Leymhī Totava : *1971. Former swimming champion and partner of Armhad Cellichen. (Nhoracle 7)


U

  • Aruqo Ulreh-Anhedy : *1986. Politician. Leader of the ultra-conservative party DH 2010 - present. (Nhoracle 11, 14, 19, 33)

  • Tōnis Uvarwq : *1969. Politician. Minister of Justice 2021 - present ; Minister of Housing and Regional Planning 2010 - 2021. (Nhoracle 1, 33, 34)


V

  • Cantoro Vayda : *1958. Politician. First Councillor of Pāla 2012 - present.


Z

  • Canso Zumher-Cōnu̦ch : *1962. Politician. First Councillor of Sīron-Onharh 2008 - present.

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