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|native_name =  <big><big><big>{{cs|OVA|WӑбЪ ẂцнвцнаП YдТ ZиӯрисӭҳпӐ}}</big></big></big>      <!--Country's name (usually full name) in its native language, hence in italics (double quotemarks)-->
 
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Revision as of 17:41, 9 March 2019

Divine Tlha Ngai Dynasty
WӑбЪ ẂцнвцнаП YдТ ZиӯрисӭҳпӐ
Flag of Tlha Ngai The greater version of the royal coat of arms
Flag
Capital
and
Nga Kxe
Official languages Shyorian
Recognised national languages Osveraali
Demonym Tlhaese
Government Dynasty
Population
 -  2017 estimate 8,984,351

Tlha Ngai (Shyorian: Dhľaeqhea N'gaoeei /t͡ɬʰɜʡa n͡ɳ̩:gɒɪ/), officially the Divine Tlha Ngai Dynasty, is a country located on Atsiq, bordered by Dachashk in the north. The language and the culture survived under the Osveraali Empire because the state of Tlha Ngai was a great ally to the Dachashkis when they gathered power in the early years of the empire. Over the age of the empire, the Tlha Ngai state was given the most autonomy out of the other autonomous areas in the empire.

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