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Revision as of 20:07, 23 September 2018

People's Republic of Jilu Lyladna
Nulstu Ankä ya Jilu Lyladna
CapitalNgaaf Uso
Largest Öxeşlezü
Official languages Lyladnese
Demonym Jilu or Lyladnese
Government
 -  President Miinä Line
Population
 -  estimate 5,000,000

Jilu Lyladna (Lyladnese: Jilu Lyladna [ˈd͡ʒilu ˈlɪlaðna]), officially the People's Republic of Jilu Lyladna, is a country located on some islands near Atsiq near Dachashk.

Etymology

"Jilu Lyladna" comes from the two main regions of the country. The western region plus the major islands is called Jilu after their founder, Jilu Hedang. The eastern and larger region by area is called Lyladna, which comes from the Lyladnese word Liʐadne, meaning "East".

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