Macedonia Cynewīse

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Fana Macedonian.

Mæcedonia sēo ǣriugoslafisca Cynewīse is land on Europan. Hēr man spricþ on Macedonisce.[1]

Þis rice is Mæcedonie norðdǣl þærin wuniaþ wendisc folc, hwīlum elleswīse on Mæcedonie sind Crēcas, þāra land sind Creclandes dǣl. In gēardagum wæs Pæonia þæt land hēr. Macedonia sēo Cynewīse wæs Serbie sūðdǣl of 1913 oþ sceap Peter I Serbie Cyning Iugoslavia.

Frūman[adihtan]

  1. Igor Janev, Legal Aspects of the Use of a Provisional Name for Macedonia in the United Nations System, AJIL, Vol. 93. no 1. 1999.


Land on Europan
Albania | Andorra | Azerbaijan1 | Belgice | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Cecland | Cipros2 | Crecaland | Croatia | Denemearc | Ēastrīce | Estland | Faticanburg (Pāpseld) | Finnland | Francland | Geānede Cynerīce | Hwītrussland | Īrland | Īsland | Italia | Letseburg | Lettland | Lēohtenstān | Liþuania | Cynewīse Macedonia | Melita | Moldofa | Monaco | Niðerland | Norþweg | Polaland | Portugal | Pulgaraland | Rumǣnia | Russland1 | San Marino | Serbia | Slofacia | Slofenia | Spēonland | Sweartbeorg | Swēoland | Swissland | Turcland1 | Þēodscland | Ucrægna | Ungerland
Selfrīcsiendlica landbūnessa: Ēalendisca Īega | Acrotiri and Ðecelia2 | Calpis | Faroisca Īega | Guernsey | Jan Mayen | Jersey | Manīeg | Scearpbeorgas
1. Þēod dǣllīce on Asie. 2. Gewunelīce gesett tō Asie be eorþmetunge, ac nāþȳlǣs oft gedēmed swā Europisc for þēawe and stǣrlicum racum.