Quatingein

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The Democratic-Monarchial State of the Third Quatingein Union
Qootthupmeenahnin
National Flag of Quatingein
Flag
Motto: 'Without strength, weakness prevails. Without compassion, evil prevails.'
CapitalAlhduqahnee
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Largest Nurdz't
Official languages Kalpadeen, Ngeyv
Recognised regional languages Qgam Dzwo, Broad Tolec
Recognized Pidgin Languages Tunokhqen
Ethnic groups Ngeyv, Qootthupmeen, Zhoobbinger
Demonym Qootthupmeen
Government Unitary Monarchial-Democratic Empire
 -  Emperor(Bbahnger) Jeetupil Miranga
Establishment
 -  Unification of the 17 tribes 5/9/1423 
 -  Incorporation of the Zhoobbinger 9/26/1956 
 -  Formation of the democratic regional governments 2/7/1984 
Area
 -  Total 2,126,143 km2
820,908 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 1.8
Population
 -  2019 estimate 1,385,000
 -  2010 census 1,256,948
 -  Density .651/km2
1.7/sq mi
HDI (2010).753
high
Currency Qootthupan
Date format mm:dd:yyyy AD
Drives on the right
Calling code +538
Internet TLD .qt

Quatingein (IPA: /kuatiŋeɪn/, Native Language: Qootthupmeenahnin, IPA: /|utθʌpminɑnɪn/), officially the Democratic-Monarchial State of the Third Quatingein Union, is a country located in Miraria, east of the nation of Ngeyver and west of the zoz River.

Etymology

The qootthoo /|utθu/ were the most active of the 17 tribes in organizing the unification of the tribes to create the First qootthupmeen Union. The ending, meenahnin /minɑnɪn/, means group of tribes.

History

Before the unification, there were seventeen tribes in the southern region of Quatingein. They were the qootthoo, cahzb, moolted, bboorhuf, icjaue, thifhoob, jaiethuis, bbaidahn, zhaiehwaue, roolhwuv, nauez, foon, zaiets, giuencoof, bbeimtaig, liuen, and the loovtaued. They all spoke their own languages, but they died out soon after the unification. They spoke a common trading language that is currently called Early Kalpadeen. It was missing many of the current sounds such as /j/, /ʃ/, /ɭ/, /ɪʊəa/, and /aʊəai/. In 1396 people such as ibuig gahgzhas started advocating for the nearby tribes to unify with them to create a stronger nation like many of the other nations in the world. This was not very successful or popular until sun qeigbip became the chief of the qootthoo. He supported the movement to unify the nearby tribes. On September 7th, 1419 he issued a statement that said he was going to unify not only the nearest tribes, but 18 of them. The 18th tribe was not in the southern Quatingein region, but farther north. The cultures of the southern and northern Quatingein tribes were very different so the 18th tribe, the yahshel, chose not to join the union. On May 9th, 1423 the seventeen southern tribes of Quatingein officially unified to become qootthupmeenahnin, or called by foreigners, the First Quatingein Union. The nation was an absolute monarchy until 1984. The nation continued peacefully for many years as a very secluded nation that did not participate in wars. On September 26, 1956, the First Quatingein Union government passed a statement saying that all the tribes east of Ngeyvger and west of the zoz River were officially owned by the First Quatingein Union. The tribes were collectively called the zhoobinger, and they did not like this statement at all. The zhoobinger declared war on the First Quatingein Union and unified during the war, calling themselves the United zhoobinger Front. The zhoobinger were quickly overrun and incorporated into the newly renamed Second Quatingein Union. There was little resistance after the war due the economic condition of the tribes. They incorporated the /j/, /ʃ/, /ɭ/, /ɪʊəa/, and /aʊəai/ sounds into the Kalpadeen language even though each tribe spoke their own language. On February 2nd, 1984, the current emperor, Jeetupil Miranga allowed each region and subclassification of the regions to have their own, democratically run government, while the emperor did everything nationwide. This allowed an equal balance between the moarchy and democracy. The nation was then renamed to the Third Quatingein Union.

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