Nicaragua

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Nicaraguan Cynewīse
República de Nicaragua
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Nicaraguan fāna
Nicaraguan rīces seolh
Þēodlic cwide: En Dios confiamos
(Englisc: "In Gode trēowaþ we")
Þēodlic anstefn: Salve a ti, Nicaragua
("Wes þū hāl, Nicaragua")
Nicaragua (orthographic projection).svg
Ambihtlicu sprǣc Spēonisc
Steall Anfeald rīce under geceorrum foresittende
Hēafodstōl Managua
Mǣste Burg Managua
Brego Daniel Ortega Foresittend
Brādnes 50,193 mīla2
Menniscu 2012 6,167,237
Mancynnes þiccnes hēr 114 ælc mīla2
Landesforþbæro 2017 $35.835 x 109
Feoh Córdoba NIO
Tīdgyrdel Eallic tīd −6
Sundorrīcehad 1 Mǣdmōnaþ 1823, of þæm Mexican rīce
31 Þrimilcemōnaþ 1838, of þæm Middelamerican Geþoftscipe
Webbnamena tægl .ni
Getalu forerīma feorsprecan be lande +505

Nicaragua is Middelamerican mæst rīce būtan Mexico. He hæfþ landgemæro be Honduras benorþen and be Costarican besūþen. Se Caribisca Sǣ līþ on his ēasternum ecge and se Sericus Gārsecg be his westernum rīme,

Managua, is þisses landes mæste ceaster and his hēafodstōl. Se landfolc sind gemang, mid siexe Þūsenda þūsena menn habbaþ eardfæstu Scrælingas, Europeweare, Affricane, and Asiaware. Hiere folcgereord is Spēonisc (se is Castillisc) ac Scrælingas þæs Moscitorīme habbaþ hiera aganspræc.

Spēne gehiersumoden þis land in þæm 16. gearhunde and nemneden hit 'Nicaragua'. Nicaragua weard sundorrīce of Ispanie in 1821 and weard in þære ilcan ylde Mexican underrīce. Æfter Middelamerican underrīcu abrācon of Mexican sceappen hie þone Middelamerican Geþoftscipe and in 1838 besundrode swylce rīce. Noðȳlǣs, Nicaraguan fāna and his rīcestæcn habbaþ frūma of Middelamerican fānan and rīcestæcne.

Siððan his sundorrīcehād hæfþ Nicaragua geþoled micel unfriþ, tictatorscipe and fiscal crisis.

Nama[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

Nān ceann fæste Nicaraguan naman frūman.

Man hycgð ðe þæs landes nama is of þæm Nahuatl gereorde. In þæm tunge is nic-anahuac, se is "Anahuac fæl swa feorr", oððe "Nahuas cwōmon swa feorr", oððe "Menn of Anahuac cwōmon swa feorr". Ēac in þæm gereorde is nican-nahua, se is "Hēr sind Nahuas", and nic-atl-nahuac, se is "Hēr be wæter" oððe "be wæter ymbesetted".[1][2]

Elleswīse secgþ man þe Spēne wrōhtedon þone naman æfter Nicarao Brego,[3] se wæs brego on Scrælingum þone Gil González Dávila becōm þan he onswog sūþwestern Nicaragua in 1522 þe he geaf þæm lande þone naman Nicarao-agua (forþæm þe agua is Spēonsic word for wæter).[4]In 2002 ðēah fand witan þe þisses breges naman næs Nicarao ac Macuilmiquiztli, (swylc nama mænþ "Fīf Cwealm" in þæm Nahuatl gereorde.[5][6][7][8]

Frūman[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. Torres Solórzano, Carla (September 18, 2010). "Choque de lenguas o el mestizaje de nuestro idioma [Clash of languages or the mixing of our language]" (in Spanish). La Prensa. http://www.laprensa.com.ni/2010/09/18/espectaculo/38089-choque-de-lenguas-o-el-mestizaje-de-nuestro-idioma. Retrieved April 12, 2017. 
  2. "La raíz nahuatl de nuestro lenguaje [The Nahuatl root of our language]" (in es). El Nuevo Diario. August 10, 2004. http://archivo.elnuevodiario.com.ni/cultural/132502-raiz-nahuatl-nuestro-lenguaje/. Retrieved July 3, 2017. 
  3. "¿Por qué los países de América Latina se llaman como se llaman? [Why do Latin American countries call themselves as they are called?]" (in Spanish). Ideal. July 29, 2015. http://www.ideal.es/sociedad/201507/29/paises-america-latina-llaman-20150727134054.html. Retrieved April 12, 2017. 
  4. Sánchez, Edwin (October 16, 2016). "El origen de “Nicarao-agua”: la Traición y la Paz" (in Spanish). El Pueblo Presidente. http://www.elpueblopresidente.com/noticias/ver/titulo:35129-el-origen-de-nicarao-agua-la-traicion-y-la-paz. Retrieved July 3, 2017. 
  5. Sánchez, Edwin (October 3, 2016). "De Macuilmiquiztli al Güegüence pasando por Fernando Silva [From Macuilmiquiztli to Güegüence through Fernando Silva]" (in Spanish). El 19. https://www.el19digital.com/articulos/ver/titulo:47267-de-macuilmiquiztli-al-gueguence-pasando-por-fernando-silva. Retrieved April 12, 2017. 
  6. Silva, Fernando (March 15, 2003). "Macuilmiquiztli" (in Spanish). El Nuevo Diario. http://archivo.elnuevodiario.com.ni/cultural/118693-macuilmiquiztli/. Retrieved April 12, 2017. 
  7. Sánchez, Edwin (September 16, 2002). "No hubo Nicarao, todo es invento [There was no Nicarao, it's all invented]" (in Spanish). El Nuevo Diario. 
  8. "Encuentro del cacique y el conquistador [Encounter of the cacique and the conqueror]" (in Spanish). El Nuevo Diario. April 4, 2009. http://www.elnuevodiario.com.ni/especiales/44697-encuentro-cacique-conquistador/. Retrieved May 17, 2017. 


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