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timelines:glossary_lands_of_red_and_gold [2015/07/07 22:32]
Petike [Lands of Red and Gold : Glossary]
timelines:glossary_lands_of_red_and_gold [2019/03/29 15:13] (current)
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   * **blister-rash** - native Aururian term for chickenpox, introduced to Aururia from the Old World   * **blister-rash** - native Aururian term for chickenpox, introduced to Aururia from the Old World
   * **bound monarchy** - constitutional monarchy (though the [[alternate history:​OTL]] term is used as well)   * **bound monarchy** - constitutional monarchy (though the [[alternate history:​OTL]] term is used as well)
 +  * **chronicler** - reporter
   * **corrnarts** - term for Aururian wattle trees in many ATL European languages. Etymologically,​ it comes from Danish and can be translated as "grain trees"​. The term was coined by Lars Knudsen, a Dutch merchant of Danish origin who served as a colonial governor in Aururia and was an early promoter of Aururian crops and agriculture in Europe and elsewhere (particularly of the growing of //murnong// in his native Denmark, as a staple crop and source of fodder for livestock). ​   * **corrnarts** - term for Aururian wattle trees in many ATL European languages. Etymologically,​ it comes from Danish and can be translated as "grain trees"​. The term was coined by Lars Knudsen, a Dutch merchant of Danish origin who served as a colonial governor in Aururia and was an early promoter of Aururian crops and agriculture in Europe and elsewhere (particularly of the growing of //murnong// in his native Denmark, as a staple crop and source of fodder for livestock). ​
-  * **evening noëls** - (Christmas) carols 
   * **duranj** - (Tasmanian) gum cider   * **duranj** - (Tasmanian) gum cider
   * **Dutch dandelion** - colloquial name for //murnong// in many European languages, since the Netherlands were the first country in Europe to grow imported Aururian //​murnong//​.   * **Dutch dandelion** - colloquial name for //murnong// in many European languages, since the Netherlands were the first country in Europe to grow imported Aururian //​murnong//​.
 +  * **evening noëls** - (Christmas) carols
   * **flyways** - airways, airlines   * **flyways** - airways, airlines
   * **globewards** - worldwide  ​   * **globewards** - worldwide  ​
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   * **greatship** - Nangu term for the largest type of their merchant sailships   * **greatship** - Nangu term for the largest type of their merchant sailships
   * **horsecar** - a horse-drawn tram   * **horsecar** - a horse-drawn tram
-  * **chronicler** - reporter 
   * **Inglidj** - Gunnagalic pronunciation of the term "​English"​ (the nationality and the language)   * **Inglidj** - Gunnagalic pronunciation of the term "​English"​ (the nationality and the language)
   * **Inglundirr** - pronunciation of the term "​Englander"​ among the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Daluming, as well as the term they adopt for the English language.   * **Inglundirr** - pronunciation of the term "​Englander"​ among the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Daluming, as well as the term they adopt for the English language.
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   * **Nedlandj** - Gunnagalic pronunciation of the term "​Nederlanders",​ i.e. "​Dutch"​ (the nationality)   * **Nedlandj** - Gunnagalic pronunciation of the term "​Nederlanders",​ i.e. "​Dutch"​ (the nationality)
   * **Nine-fold Crown** - the crown of the kings of the Kingdom of Tjibarr   * **Nine-fold Crown** - the crown of the kings of the Kingdom of Tjibarr
 +  * **Pannidj** - Gunnagalic pronunciation of the term "​Spanish"​ (the nationality and the language)
   * **Petal Throne** - throne of the emperor of the Atjuntja Empire   * **Petal Throne** - throne of the emperor of the Atjuntja Empire
   * **Raw Men** - generic term of all Aururian native civilizations for Europeans (referencing the paleness of the Europeans'​ skin).   * **Raw Men** - generic term of all Aururian native civilizations for Europeans (referencing the paleness of the Europeans'​ skin).
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