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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Federal Republic of Auruna (elected )

Founder: The Republic of Braussland

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Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 590th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 896th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,721st+4
Nicest Citizens: 1,803rd Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,824th Best Weather: 1,933rd Most Inclusive: 2,021st
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Hello and welcome to the Council of Constructed Languages


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Reach out to Auruna to get your nation on the CCL Map
and contact Richtlant to set your conlang among the CCL Languages.


Jankoed on 5th September 2020.



Embassies: Valentine Day, The Embassy, Enadia, Gypsy Lands, Altay, Fredonia, Montrandecs Neighbours, Hollow Point, The Moderate Alliance, The honorable Eastern Tatar company, Yurdan, Stans, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Tiandi, Ordis, Farkasfalka, and 38 others.The Bar on the corner of every region, Groovy, Nationalist Commonwealth of Free Regions, Codex Ylvus, Yuno, The United Islands of the Atlantic, Elena, 1980s America, Winterfell, Verdenia, The Republic of China, Dispatchia, Portugal, League Of Constructed Languages, Lardyland, The Great Universe, Bus Stop, Chicken overlords, United Christian Empires of the West, Old Zealand, United World Nations Observer Assembly, Versilian Hegemony, Vaporwave Paradise, Zentari, The Wooloo Pact, Traveling Wilburys, Alyr, Northern Ocean, FIFA Lands, Great Chuliu Empire, Northern Argaen Trade Organization, Alcoroe, The Clemency Group, The new united federations, The Federation of Nemsk States, Greater Nasunia, Gru, and Yet Another Region.

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Council of Constructed Languages contains 32 nations, the 590th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Valuable International Artwork in Council of Constructed Languages

Some nations attempt to collect signature artworks of other nations, developing collections known as "decks." The World Census has estimated their value.

As a region, Council of Constructed Languages is ranked 1,824th in the world for Most Valuable International Artwork.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federation of KongfuziaLiberal Democratic Socialists“前進 らㄏ 孔夫子亜!”
2.The Federal Republic of N ayal uLiberal Democratic Socialists“Urra hoahha piipan roohsusso”
3.The Grand Duchy of MalmadyInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Two halves of one Whole!”
4.The Allied States of KowaniDemocratic Socialists“Nel'mŠ'nel'mť”
5.The United States of IxillandLeft-Leaning College State“Alyked, Emmsern oa Ugglayterket”
6.The Federal Republic of AurunaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Taita všr Maana, všr Iyudna, všr GŲt!”
7.The Kingdom of AcruaDemocratic Socialists“ydsa ne Atano, ydsa ne Atanu.”
8.The Dual-Monarchy of EndarriaFather Knows Best State“NŠisiķne amtať dťantať asť cķlpať”
9.The Kingdom of NgapeukuInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Ka Hehu a kinitana ra aroa kotoa”
10.The Republic of NavenceNew York Times Democracy“SincÍrită, responsabilită, unită”
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Kuerhyedeenistan wrote:Huuuh..
"(From) our past to the future" is my initial guess. Pretty sure about the three last words at least..
Framstaant could also be progress I guess..?

Close!
It means: "Face Forward to the Future"

Although it can be translated in different ways but still have a similar meaning.
"Advance into the Future"
"Look Towards the Future"

Auruna wrote:Close!
It means: "Face Forward to the Future"

Although it can be translated in different ways but still have a similar meaning.
"Advance into the Future"
"Look Towards the Future"

Ah! Ansje is cognate to ansikt(e)! I thought it was from German unser(e) or a preposition an with some derivative suffix -sje. Framiste had me really confused. XD

Fun! I wouldn't mind more such "challenges" ;)

Forveerc o de cukunft!

I translated a UN program's covid poster into Collinese (after seeing the idea on reddit): https://i.imgur.com/YJFvqM1.png

Stop the Spread
Biraste edandendÓm
Lit. Halt the Giving-out

How to wear a mask
Kev Rozilad ZilÓn
Lit. How face-cover to wear

Wash your hands properly before putting it on and after taking it off
Biyozde rad casteme-ye din ti medÓn-e bor u dir girÓn-e ma
Lit. Clean your hands rightly before putting on yourself and after taking from yourself

Put the mask on so it covers your nose and mouth
Bimede ti rozilÍm damu naşim u yazim-e din bizila
Lit. Put the face-cover on yourself thus, so it may cover your nose and mouth

Make sure it fits tightly so thereís no air leakage
Bivikate kÓd ti dirade tan damu na guf bişÓzoka
Lit. Ensure that it fits you tightly thus, so no air may leak

Donít touch the mask except to take it off
Micaste rozilÍm le dir ve girÓn-e bo
Lit. Don't handle the mask but to take it from yourself

Verified
Radakat
Lit. Made true

I realized while doing this that I forgot to add the ezafe on the gerunds in my post about heathen tongues, oops. This poster probably has the most "proper" grammar I've ever done for Collinese though.

English poster: https://i.imgur.com/wlRoI4W.jpg
Blank poster: https://i.imgur.com/p1DQatJ.jpg

Fontcollina wrote:I translated a UN program's covid poster into Collinese (after seeing the idea on reddit): https://i.imgur.com/YJFvqM1.png

Stop the Spread
Biraste edandendÓm
Lit. Halt the Giving-out

How to wear a mask
Kev Rozilad ZilÓn
Lit. How face-cover to wear

Wash your hands properly before putting it on and after taking it off
Biyozde rad casteme-ye din ti medÓn-e bor u dir girÓn-e ma
Lit. Clean your hands rightly before putting on yourself and after taking from yourself

Put the mask on so it covers your nose and mouth
Bimede ti rozilÍm damu naşim u yazim-e din bizila
Lit. Put the face-cover on yourself thus, so it may cover your nose and mouth

Make sure it fits tightly so thereís no air leakage
Bivikate kÓd ti dirade tan damu na guf bişÓzoka
Lit. Ensure that it fits you tightly thus, so no air may leak

Donít touch the mask except to take it off
Micaste rozilÍm le dir ve girÓn-e bo
Lit. Don't handle the mask but to take it from yourself

Verified
Radakat
Lit. Made true

I realized while doing this that I forgot to add the ezafe on the gerunds in my post about heathen tongues, oops. This poster probably has the most "proper" grammar I've ever done for Collinese though.

English poster: https://i.imgur.com/wlRoI4W.jpg
Blank poster: https://i.imgur.com/p1DQatJ.jpg

Very cool! I'll try to make time to do one for Kuerhyťt tomorrow. :)

Edit:

Fontcollina wrote:I translated a UN program's covid poster into Collinese (after seeing the idea on reddit): https://i.imgur.com/YJFvqM1.png

Stop the Spread
Biraste edandendÓm
Lit. Halt the Giving-out

How to wear a mask
Kev Rozilad ZilÓn
Lit. How face-cover to wear

Wash your hands properly before putting it on and after taking it off
Biyozde rad casteme-ye din ti medÓn-e bor u dir girÓn-e ma
Lit. Clean your hands rightly before putting on yourself and after taking from yourself

Put the mask on so it covers your nose and mouth
Bimede ti rozilÍm damu naşim u yazim-e din bizila
Lit. Put the face-cover on yourself thus, so it may cover your nose and mouth

Make sure it fits tightly so thereís no air leakage
Bivikate kÓd ti dirade tan damu na guf bişÓzoka
Lit. Ensure that it fits you tightly thus, so no air may leak

Donít touch the mask except to take it off
Micaste rozilÍm le dir ve girÓn-e bo
Lit. Don't handle the mask but to take it from yourself

Verified
Radakat
Lit. Made true

I realized while doing this that I forgot to add the ezafe on the gerunds in my post about heathen tongues, oops. This poster probably has the most "proper" grammar I've ever done for Collinese though.

English poster: https://i.imgur.com/wlRoI4W.jpg
Blank poster: https://i.imgur.com/p1DQatJ.jpg

STOP DE SPRET
Hva o Treek ej Mask

Vaske duus handšt richtlik vor putin es po unt etter tain es of

Put de mask po, zoo es dek duus naaz unt munt

Make ziker es fit tet, zoo dere ekki luft leekunk

Anhelde ekki de mask aaber o ta es of

Verifiiret

Richtlant wrote:STOP DE SPRET
Hva o Treek ej Mask

Vaske duus handšt richtlik vor putin es po unt etter tain es of

Put de mask po, zoo es dek duus naaz unt munt

Make ziker es fit tet, zoo dere ekki luft leekunk

Anhelde ekki de mask aaber o ta es of

Verifiiret

I am from an IRL Germanic speaking country so your conlang is especially cool to me because I can partially make out what the text says.

Acrua wrote:I am from an IRL Germanic speaking country so your conlang is especially cool to me because I can partially make out what the text says.

Same here. Speaking Norwegian natively, I can understand close to every word of Richtlants language. It feels kind of like a Scandinavian (mainly Norwegian) vocabulary fitted to a simplified Dutch/German phonetic system on a hybrid Dutch/English grammar system. Or something like that. XD

Ik haabet de samme mot Davjeted. Odv est ajnfachiiret Engliss gramatik mot hautlik Norsk vokabulaar unt ne Tisk vortšt unt ej hauch av Neederlandisk.

I had the same with Dawietwd. Btw it is simplified English grammar with mainly Norwegian vocabulary and some German words and a hint of Dutch.

Richtlant wrote:Ik haabet de samme mot Davjeted. Odv est ajnfachiiret Engliss gramatik mot hautlik Norsk vokabulaar unt ne Tisk vortšt unt ej hauch av Neederlandisk.

I had the same with Dawietwd. Btw it is simplified English grammar with mainly Norwegian vocabulary and some German words and a hint of Dutch.

Funny. I speak Dutch nativly, English as a second language (not really used but mandatory in schools) and I'm trying to get into some Swedish as well. A better fit would be near impossible.

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