Re: écagne , and ConLand names in translation (was: RE: R V: Old English)
|From:||And Rosta <a.rosta@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, April 1, 2000, 19:00|
> And wrote:
> >>5. Scungria, Livagia and the Azores collectively form the
> geographical entity
> >>Hesperonesia. The languages are collectively known as Hesperonesian or
> Are the languages genetically related, or is "Hesperonesian" merely a
> geographical designation? Are Scungria, Livagia, and the Azores
> politically unified, or does "Hesperonesia" merely describe a region,
> like the West Indies or the Balkans?
Hesperonesia is merely a region. The languages are not known to be
genetically related, but are nonetheless commonly lumped together,
as with 'Papuan', 'Caucasian', possibly 'Khoisan', etc.