Talk:Commonwealth of Castilophone Countries
Äh - Latina can be member, or? Latinian is spoken by roundabout 100 millions in Latina. O.k. - there are some frenkish and italisk influence, but in the basic the latinian language is "castellanish". --Histor (talk) 11:15, 15 August 2015 (CEST)
- I think the logic would be as follows: if Latina was colonized by Castellán, where the language changed afterward, then it would make sense to be a member. If on the other hand the language developed before colonization, then it would make more sense for there to be a different "Patria" for Latina. But I will have no problem to have Latina be a member - I think it would be great! Certainly it is true there are, for example, big differences between Spanish of different countries on Earth, too, so there's no problem that Latina has a different dialect.--Luciano (talk) 11:25, 15 August 2015 (CEST)
- The history of Latina is a little bit complicated. Greatest part was the "castellan" colony of Latina and eastern part was the "dutch" colony of "New Holland" (motherland was Dagelanden). To stay united against both "motherlands", 1824 both now independent colonies are united to the republic of Latina. So Latina has in the east a "dutch" minority - but language of the country is Latinian. So I think, Latina can be member of this club. --Histor (talk) 12:14, 15 August 2015 (CEST)
Balam-Utz can be a member ?
Balam-Utz was equally castellanese a colony on the east coast of Liberian , and castellanese language was widespread in the country seindo language is spoken by over 6 million people in the country. It is one of the three official languages by the Mayense and Ingerish .