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'''Norgase''' (<small>Soyagir:</small> ''Norgasekot'' [[Language#Phonology|[noɾgasekot]]]), officially the '''Norgasek Republic''', is a country located
'''Norgase''' (<small>Soyagir:</small> ''Norgasekot'' [[Language#Phonology|[noɾgasekot]]]), officially the '''Norgasek Republic''', is a country located . <!-- add the country's geographic location, name its neighbours (if any) --> <!--Briefly present the country in terms of history, language, politics, something the country is well-known for. -->
Latest revision as of 14:36, 24 January 2023
|Motto: Nolkavat Norgaseki Gehakan!|
|Anthem: Norgase Nakan|
|Official languages||Ikte (Soyagir)|
|Recognised national languages||Cotic|
|Recognised regional languages||Kavrinian|
|Government||Federal semi-presidential constitutional republic|
|-||Chairperson of the Federal Convention||Anëcosat Nămödä ur-Căbuḑ Öse-hö|
|-||Upper house||Council of the People|
|-||Lower house||Federal Assembly|
|-||Settlement of the Keman area||2088 BCE|
|-||Union of the Two Nations||1654 AD|
|-||Establishment of the Republican System||1801 AD|
|GDP (PPP)||2020 estimate|
|GDP (nominal)||2020 estimate|
The Norgasek Republic is the official English name. The term Norgase originates from the term for nationhood in Classical Ikte and was first used to describe the country as a whole in the 17th century AD, given the recent unification of the Kingdom of Urëţëc in the North and the dominant Kingdom of Soyakot. Norgase is considered to have a slightly more formal connotation, and those in the Soyakot region commonly refer to the nation as Kirahakot, which translates literally as "Girak's (Xidaxë)'s land." The name refers to a legendary tribal leader who was said to have led the first settlers of the Soyakot area.
Some describe the name Norgase as politically motivated and not equally representative of the States. Some legislators and politicians propose a new official name, in Ikte, Nolkavat Kirahakot Urukot [nolkaˈvat kiɾaxakot uɾəˌkot], in Caos, Căbuḑ Hinaţţec Urëţëc [kɒbuːð xinaθːek uɾəːθək], to be more inclusive, of the main cultural groups.