User:Taka

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Hi! I'm Taka, she who has tasked herself with building LonsFlag.svg Lons, a nation meant to house Lonish [1], an a priori conlang by me (which means that it's a constructed language without any purposeful linguistic hooks towards natural languages). Apart from Lonish, I speak Dutch natively, and English fluently, and not much else, although I suppose you could talk to me in German and perhaps I'll know what you're trying to say. But, if you're reading this, there's a very low chance you'd prefer speaking German to me anyway.

Not exactly sure what else to put here, but feel free to hit up the my Talk: for any questions you might have that I could potentially answer (or anything else really). PMing me also works.

(This page not constructed just to make my name blue.)

Everything down from here is just kind of a sandbox, mostly information that I've gone and used while not really being relevant enough (yet?) to warrant its own wiki page.


List of Lonish Presidents

Lons became a republic in 1902, terms last for 3 years with a max of 3 terms per president.

1902 - 1905 | Himân Pêtrîs

1905 - 1908 | Himân Pêtrîs

1908 - 1911 | Himân Pêtrîs

1911 - 1914 | Zurê Britgin

1914 - 1917 | Firbadâ Ugus

1917 - 1919 | Firbadâ Ugus (term ended prematurely due to passing of Ugus)

1919 - 1920 | Elimân Pêrkêrzol (Pêrkêrzol was the vice-president to Ugus)

1920 - 1923 | Elimân Pêrkêrzol

1921 - 1926 | Elimân Pêrkêrzol

1924 - 1929 | Hevêrts Vitîrn

1929 - 1932 | Hevêrts Vitîrn

1932 - 1935 | Geîêrmâ Elitîs

1935 - 1938 | Geîêrmâ Elitîs

1938 - 1941 | Geîêrmâ Elitîs

1941 - 1944 | Bitglâsp Morvôlvel

1944 - 1947 | Iglêr ên Sekâ

1947 - 1950 | Iglêr ên Sekâ

1950 - 1953 | Iglêr ên Sekâ

1953 - 1956 | Aliâ Fâsirn

1956 - 1959 | Aliâ Fâsirn

1959 - 1962 | Uslâ Irobûs

1962 - 1965 | Rikên Herêbrûnk

1965 - 1968 | Rikên Herêbrûnk

1968 - 1971 | Rikên Herêbrûnk

1971 - 1974 | Omnâ Fâstabê

1974 - 1977 | Omnâ Fâstabê

1977 - 1980 | Zânt Pôpêl

1980 - 1983 | Agari Meskhôv

1983 - 1986 | Vurê Zagriêv

1986 - 1989 | Vurê Zagriêv

1989 - 1992 | Vurê Zagriêv

1992 - 1995 | Vôntlêr Wânz

1995 - 1998 | Îanâ Deîkli

1998 - 2001 | Vôntlêr Wânz

2001 - 2004 | Vôntlêr Wânz

2004 - 2007 | Wertê Tulbên

2007 - 2010 | Wertê Tulbên

2010 - 2013 | Girîn Vroz

2013 - 2016 | Fehês Havôn

2016 - now | Fehês Havôn

Winnster Pre/Suffixes in Placenames

This is adapted from the version I made for Lonish pre/suffixes here [2]

Prefix (winn) Derived from Lonish meaning
Abb- Âbo- forest
Am- Âm- towards
Arch- Ârk- great
Ash- Âst- next to
Bar-, Bass- Bâr-, Bâs- heath
By- Bi- near
Banes- Bnas- east
Broad- Brot- old
Boole- Bul- flower
Day- De- granted to
Dong- Dôn- across
Aye- Eti- small
Fynn-, Finn- Fîn- bog
Hay- Geg- opposite
Eere- Hir- south
Inn- Inuî- salt
Jus- Îust- court
Cart- Kârt- building
Chane- Klan- north
Clear- Klir- key
Onch- Ôns- oxen
Pall- Pâl- sand
Place- Plâs- moat
Pong- Pôn- west
Ray- Regi- king
Soon- Sîun- god's
Stay- Stîe- oak
Cheem- Tgim- developed
Chin- Tgin- tranquil
Doom-, Zoom-, Tîum- down, lower
Hue- Ug- red
Fare- Var- escape
Fair- Ver- beautiful, fair
Wone- Wog- new, young


Suffix (winn) Derived from Lonish meaning
-hack -âkâ resting place
-ham -âmâ bridge
-arch -ârkôg field
-bone -bon -forest
-buyes -budos orchard
-dass -dâsk elevated road
-dome -dom houses
-elve -êlvê fork, crossroads
-fare -far sluice
-chore -gtor pier
-eard, -ard -hârt city
-oze -hotô valley
-ole -hol highland
-ove -hov garden
-hoole -hul river
-carr -kerê industry
-kinch -kîrz church
-lingue, -kling -klînk curve in road
-leethe -lit river
-long -lôn land
-lunth -lûnt camp
-mayr, -meere -mer, -mir temple
-moone -mun land, earth
-off -ôft peninsula
-ore -or coast
-place -plâs moat
-reele -rigol estuary
-sass -sâs safety
-stann -stân far land
-starr -stâr hiding place
-stay -stîe oak
-tour -stur road, route
-doome -tîum lower
-cheat -tlit peninsula
-toole -tul beautiful
-vale -vel -mountain
-vayne, -wayne -ven route, road
-folk, -fores -vôlk, -vôrst neighbourhood
-wand -wând quay
-wind -wînz peninsula


Other Pre/Suffixes for Winn

Suffix (winn) meaning
-wolde land near river
-whilde curve in river
-ton town
-muthe estuary
-thumbe hamlet


Winnster Titles

official titles, used until 1904 reform and their current usage

King (Kingdom) (now: Winn)

Duke (Duchy) (now: regions)

Margrave (Margravate) (now: no longer exist in any official shape)

Baron (Barony) (now: baronies)

Count (County) (now: optionally used to partition baronies)

Mayor (Borough) (now: municipalities)