Dina

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Dina
diina (Dina)
diina
National flag of Dina National emblem of Dina
Flag Divizon
Motto: Delnoowan ko Delijaantifac
Sovereignty and Identity
Anthem: Raam Osuuwal Balaluuké
Land of Never-Ending Mountains
Map of Alpa showing Dina's location
Map of Alpa showing Dina's location
Capital
and
Aace
Official languages Dina
Recognised national languages Dina, Tirina
Recognised regional languages Jahci, Jošerot
Demonym Dina
Government
 -  President Joola Bonemné
Independence from Nordjaelm
Area
 -  99,771 km2
38,522 sq mi
Population
 -  estimate 1,167,290
 -  Density 11.7/km2
30.3/sq mi
Time zone SCT-6
Date format dd.mm.yyyy (AD)
Drives on the left
Calling code +721
Internet TLD .dn

Dina (English: [diːnə], Dina: diina diina [diːna]), is a country located in southern Alpa, bordering the Dragon Sea to the south, Sanmra to the east, and Tsaba to the west. Dina is the smallest nation on Alpa, with the smallest population, excluding Thkelpenhurn. Inside Dina's borders is the breakaway state of Jahcitazin, a land made up of people closely related to Nordjaelm.

Etymology

The name "Dina" originates as an anglicised version of its native name, "diina". This is a softening of the word "tirina", meaning Tirina in Tirina.

History

Pre-Northern War, Dina was not a unified state, but made up of smaller kingdoms, such as Behod and Jahcitazin. Despite the differences in nationality and habitat, they shared a lot of culture, for the utilisation of ribbon flags as signage and territorial markers.

Geography

Geology

Climate

Biodiversity

Politics

Government

Administrative divisions

Foreign relations

Alpa

Throughout history, pre-Dina's kingdoms have been open to migration and trade with their Alpan neighbours, however, after opening up to the international stage, modern day Dina has found trade with Qonklaks. Qonklese migrants are so plentiful that there is an official Qonktown in Aace. Once Dina gained independence from Nordjaelm, ties lessened with Jahci dependency keeping them open, but more recently interactions between the two have been increasing, with a Dina embassy opening up in Kjonnia.

Military

Economy

Transport

Energy

Science and technology

Tourism

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Urbanisation

Language

Education

Healthcare

Religion

Culture

Heritage

Architecture

Literature

Art

Music

National Anthem

Raam Osuuwal Balaluuké (Dina: raam osuuwal balaluuké) was adopted as the national anthem of Dina in TBD. The anthem was composed by TBA.

Dina (Tirina script) Dina (official romanisation) English
la rikinil mumrojilac, la rikinil mumrojilac, Where the rikin soar,
al baladu adoxmrac. al baladu udošmrac. Our heritage stands.
raam osuuwal balaluuké, raam osuuwal balaluuké; Land of never-ending mountains;
raam ikronal balaluuké. raam ikronal balaluuké. Land of never-ending brooks.
tjort mowuupxda u giib ol, tjort mowuupšda u giib ol; Thousands shed their blood over thee,
aat mosuda jerdrejintrol. aat mosuda jerdrejintrol. And they all became our heroes.
bajiraénlel uyaudov, bajiraénlel užaudov, Dynasties may come and go,
ce mranduud di sadajov. ce mranduud di sadajov. But we still stand strong - hard as iron!
ne anac xuuxk al parpal. ne anac šuušk al parpal! Let the gales lead away our enemies!
diina tom maaylé di qaal. diina tom maažlé di ǧaal! Dina shall not rot to nothing with the flowers!
dam utxrenglé tu mrupax. dam utšrenglé tu mrupaš! Our flag shall fly across the sunrise!
dam utxrenglé tu mradax. dam utšrenglé tu mradaš! Our flag shall fly beyond the sunset!
raam osuuwal balaluuké, raam osuuwal balaluuké; Land of never-ending mountains;
raam ikronal balaluuké. raam ikronal balaluuké. Land of never-ending brooks.

Theatre

Film

Cuisine

Alcohol

The most common alcohol consumed within Dina is wine, with cuuba being the most produced and most consumed. Ciders, both local and imported from Sanmra, are also consumed, however to a much lesser extent. Outside of beverages, alcohol is used in very little Dina cuisine. However, a notable example of where it is used is in séniipa (Drunkard's cake) where cuuba and water are used in the mix.

Sport

Symbols

Main article: Divizoning

See also