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Rezhns

[LineMesh South]

What we call the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (South)


[LineMesh Rzhans North]

What we call the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (north)


[Sarkassum] Kymaerica

Home of the districts of Phlorida, slGeorgia, Oceanic Georgia, among others.

Note on nomenclature: Though people in the linear world sometime refer to this as generally “Kymaerica”, people at the times of Kcymaerxthaere referred to it, Kymaerica [S] and Kymaerica [N] as “Kymaerica”—apparently without distinction. But, in fact, all simply knew the difference. This was out of respect to the fact denizens of all three rejected the notion that theirs was some sort of junior subset.  Interestingly, those of [Gallywyx], Unguscka, Ksycktamrkti and [pSambamsa Bdfadk], which, to a linear eye, appear to touch on the same general areas, preferred not to be lumped together as Kymaericans.

Includes what we call Florida, a small part of Georgia, Oceanic Georgia and the Atlantic


[feather]

Includes part of linear Antarctica


[Rimabelate]

One of the few rezhns with crystalline-like straightline borders.

South of what we would call Australia


[Gallywyx]

A rezhn best known for its suprisingly lush foliage

What we would call the northern part of Nunavut


Microrezhn3

One of a number of microgwomes that exist below the surface of the earth and are represented only a slowly shifting density in the geology.  Lower triangle.

Not perceptible to the eye


MicroRezhn2

This is a symbol of the countless micro-rezhns containing gwomes upon gwomes and float through the night sky. (left triangle)

Impossible to see


Microrezhn1

MicroRezhn that floats around with no specific location at one time.  Right triangle.

MicroRezhn that floats around with no specific location at one time.


Ksycktamrkti

Largely consistent with what we call Greenland and much of Hudson’s Bay, many believe Ksycktamrkti is contiguous with Tsyckamarkti (the Ring rezhn).

What we call Greenland, Hudson’s Bay and portions of Nunuvat.


Klurrulurrudurrul

An extreme rezhn consisting of what we call the ocean floor in the Gulf of Mexico—the Sigsbee deep. According to legend it was perfectly flat (recent research shows it is not exactly true) and the popular game known as the Klurrulurrudur is played on a vast flat surface named for this rezhn.  Also: the original Tagans are believed to have come from here.

What we call the Sigsbee Deep (part of the Gulf of Mexico)


Unguscka

The rezhn currently taken in by the Carribbean and portions of what we would call Mexico (south of the Isthmus canal) and Central America.  Name may be related to a series of asteroid impacts in the rezhn.

Areas that we call the Caribbean, southern Mexico, and Central America


[Appears]

The rezhn within the ring rezhn in what we would call the South Pacific.

A portion of what we call the South Pacific


Tsyckamarkti

Sometimes called the Ring Continent by observers from the linear world, this rezhn is often, but not always, experienced as a ring by travelers in the Kcymaerxphaere.

An apparently ring like area in the Southern Pacific ocean


[pSambamsa Bdfadk]

The rezhn taking in the swirl of what we call the Eastern Pacific, Antarctica, a bit of the coast of South America and the Galapagos Islands.  The name is somewhat controversial and not universally accepted.

Portions what we call the Eastern Pacific, Antarctica, a bit of the coast of South America and the Galapagos Islands.


[kyjgswq elmeipsycdlrdep]

This name is currently accepted for the rezhn we know as the North Pacific, though there are other candidates.  However, this name is quite popular among poets because of the tradition of composing verses with this acronym.

Largely consistent with what we call the North Pacific.


Kcyrguelyguo

Largely consistent with the rezhn we call the Indian Ocean, this term is a somewhat ahistorical honorific—a tribute to Kergillin, generally acknowledged as the victor of the Battle of Some Times.

What we call the Indian Ocean.


[Bimaneji]

There is some dispute of the accuracy of this term, but it is and was commonly used by pirates both contemporary and historical (including the so-called Libertalia).  It took in the islands and waters of what we call the Maldives and Madagascar.

Islands and waters of what we call the Maldives and Madagascar.


[yQirwaelend]

Another one of the terms we are doing research on. The name for this rezhn seems to be taken from the kirwelas, of which the Eqlmundi Kirwela of Culev Larsze is one of the most famous. The term refers to most of the lands we think of as the Indian subcontinent, Iran, the Andaman Islands, parts of China, Himalayas, and more.

The areas we call the Indian subcontinent, Iran, the Andaman Islands, parts of China, Himalayas, and more.


[rBaikylmaara]

[rBaikylmaara] is one name for the area we think of as Russia in our linear world.  Research is ongoing, particularly since the break up of the Tosiev Oniun as to whether this is the best reference point for this rezhn

Most of the area we call Russia.


Kymaerica [N] area d

Kymaerica [N] is the lands and some waters quite similar to what we call linear North America, not exactly, but pretty close.  Area D is one subset.

Because, by the accident of the Geographer-at-Large’s birthplace, so much research has been done in the single rezhn of Kymaerica [N], we have divvied it up into 5 sub-areas for the purpose of this site.  Kcymaerxthaeres would not have recognized these specific divisions. 

Area D in the linear world would be: the south and south east of the US, except for Phlorida

Note on nomenclature: Though people in the linear world sometime refer to this as “Kymaerica”, people at the times of Kcymaerxthaere referred to it, Kymaerica [S] and [Sarkassum] Kymaerica as “Kymaerica”—apparently without distinction. But, in fact, all simply knew the difference. This was out of respect to the fact denizens of all three rejected the notion that theirs was some sort of junior subset.  Interestingly, those of [Gallywyx], Unguscka, Ksycktamrkti and [pSambamsa Bdfadk], which, to a linear eye, appear to touch on the same general areas, preferred not to be lumped together as Kymaericans.

Basically, from Texas east to take in the southeast of what we call the US (except Florida), plus West Virginia and DelMarVa.


kymaerica [N; area E]

Kymaerica [N] is the lands and some waters quite similar to what we call linear North America, not exactly, but pretty close.  Area E is one subset.

Because, by the accident of the Geographer-at-Large’s birthplace, so much research has been done in the single rezhn of Kymaerica [N], we have divvied it up into 5 sub-areas for the purpose of this site.  Kcymaerxthaeres would not have recognized these specific divisions. 

Area E in the linear world would be: alot of what we call the midwest and northeast of the US and most of the eastern part of Canada.
Note on nomenclature: Though people in the linear world sometime refer to this as “Kymaerica”, people at the times of Kcymaerxthaere referred to it, Kymaerica [S] and [Sarkassum] Kymaerica as “Kymaerica”—apparently without distinction. But, in fact, all simply knew the difference. This was out of respect to the fact denizens of all three rejected the notion that theirs was some sort of junior subset.  Interestingly, those of [Gallywyx], Unguscka, Ksycktamrkti and [pSambamsa Bdfadk], which, to a linear eye, appear to touch on the same general areas, preferred not to be lumped together as Kymaericans.

Basically, in the US, take a line from North Dakota to Kansas and east along the Ohio to New England, and most of eastern Canada


Kymaerica [N; area B]

Kymaerica [N] is the lands and some waters quite similar to what we call linear North America, not exactly, but pretty close.  Area B is one subset.

Because, by the accident of the Geographer-at-Large’s birthplace, so much research has been done in the single rezhn of Kymaerica [N], we have divvied it up into 5 sub-areas for the purpose of this site.  Kcymaerxthaeres would not have recognized these specific divisions. 

Area C in the linear world would be: what we call Northern California and most of the West, west of Texas

Note on nomenclature: Though people in the linear world sometime refer to this as “Kymaerica”, people at the times of Kcymaerxthaere referred to it, Kymaerica [S] and [Sarkassum] Kymaerica as “Kymaerica”—apparently without distinction. But, in fact, all simply knew the difference. This was out of respect to the fact denizens of all three rejected the notion that theirs was some sort of junior subset.  Interestingly, those of [Gallywyx], Unguscka, Ksycktamrkti and [pSambamsa Bdfadk], which, to a linear eye, appear to touch on the same general areas, preferred not to be lumped together as Kymaericans.

In the linear US, Northern California and its coastal districts, plus what we call Utah, Colorado, Montana and Wyoming.


Kymaerica [N; area C]

Kymaerica [N] is the lands and some waters quite similar to what we call linear North America, not exactly, but pretty close.  Area C is one subset.

Because, by the accident of the Geographer-at-Large’s birthplace, so much research has been done in the single rezhn of Kymaerica [N], we have divvied it up into 5 sub-areas for the purpose of this site.  Kcymaerxthaeres would not have recognized these specific divisions. 

Area C in the linear world would be: the southwestern US (west of Texas) and most of Mexico

Note on nomenclature: Though people in the linear world sometime refer to this as “Kymaerica”, people at the times of Kcymaerxthaere referred to it, Kymaerica [S] and [Sarkassum] Kymaerica as “Kymaerica”—apparently without distinction. But, in fact, all simply knew the difference. This was out of respect to the fact denizens of all three rejected the notion that theirs was some sort of junior subset.  Interestingly, those of [Gallywyx], Unguscka, Ksycktamrkti and [pSambamsa Bdfadk], which, to a linear eye, appear to touch on the same general areas, preferred not to be lumped together as Kymaericans.

Southern California and its coastline, Arizona, New Mexico from the linear US and the northern 3/4 of what we call Mexico.


[solanalos]

Pretty much the area in we call the western part of Arctic Russia.  This is the name use by one of the gwomes, but not all.  So its use here on the site as the name of the whole region may need to be revised.

Part of what we call Arctic Russia (and the relevant parts of that ocean)


The Faltese

The famous Ocean desert floor off the west coast of what we call Afrika. This was the site of the cataclysmic Battle of Some Times.  “Faltese” was the name used by certain of the armies that fought in that battle.  We are still determining if that is the best name for us to be using on the site.  It was also the lair of Kmpass.

The ocean desert floor right off the coast of what we call Namibia.


xAphrikk

Most of the continent we call Afrika.  The term “xAphrikk” is still controversial (the “x” is silent) and Kymaarra.com is trying to find some way of determining the best name to use.

Most of what we would call Africa.


[eKmdb]

Home of the Desert Behlnajk, its beautiful whorls ceding and receding in the dunes.  Important deserts from the aftermath of the Battle of Some Times.  The term “eKmdb” is still controversial (very hard to pronounce for Cognate speakers) and Kymaarra.com is trying to find some way of determining the best name to use here.

What we call the Middle East plus the Horn of Africa.


Leddl (Trevn)

This a subdivision of the rezhn of Leddl (for convenience of Navigation on the site).  This is the site of Nobunaga-Ventreven’s dangerous crossing and the home of gnaciens.

Most of what we would call continental Europe SOUTH of a border formed by southmost Belgium, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia.


[EphilKcymeri]

This is a more recent name for this rezhn, so we are researching a more precise term.  This rezhn appears to be nested within the rezhn known as Estrelliia, but by many travelers’ reckoning, it is Estrelliia that is nested within it.

What we call New Guinea and the islands and waters north and a bit east.


OVERVIEW

This is a place for information on gwomes that have no direct (or even indirect) connection with a specific place on our linear world.

This is not technically part of the map, but rather part of the interface with the content on this site.


CIRCLE (below Kymaerica)

These are things that either happen A) all over the Kymaaran realms, but are not tied to specific place. [Might be the release of a general publication] or B) all over the linear world, but not tied to a specific place. [This might be a blog post, a published article, a web event, whatever.]

This is not technically part of the map, but rather part of the interface with the content on this site.


Ferkla

Ancestral home of Nobunaga-Gotari and literally hundreds of other gwomes along the coast line and numerous amphibious cultures.  Home of pSegolene among others, and the deeps from which the Bar Sinister sprang.

Pacific Rim of Asia and coastal waters: from what we would call Southeast Asia, China, Japan and Kamchatka


Leddl (feleft)

Leddl is the region largely consistent with what we would call linear Europe.  Feleft is the northern portion, including what we call Scandinavia, the Baltic,

Most of what we would call continental Europe NORTH of (and INCLUDING)  Belgium, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia.


Eklase Angrovia

Name comes from the cognate term angroav which can mean a miniature universe, with its own definitions of time and space (usually an island)

The waters around what we would call New Zealand (or aurotea) and north, and the islands within


Estrelliia

Australia

ess-TRAYL-ee-yuh


Kymaerica [S]

Though we think of this as Kymaerica [S] in the linear world, people at the times of the kcymaerxphaere referred to both it and Kymaerica [N] as Kymaerica—without distinction.  One simply knew the difference.

Essentially Linear South America


kNow Estrelliia

UK, Ireland, Iceland, Greenlnd


Kymaerica [N; area A]

Kymaerica [N] is the lands and some waters quite similar to what we call linear North America, not exactly, but pretty close.  Area A is one subset.

Because, by the accident of the Geographer-at-Large’s birthplace, so much research has been done in the single rezhn of Kymaerica [N], we have divvied it up into 5 sub-areas for the purpose of this site.  Kcymaerxthaeres would not have recognized these specific divisions. 

Area A in the linear world would be: Alaska, parts of western Canada and the US Pacific Northwest.

Note on nomenclature: Though people in the linear world sometime refer to this as “Kymaerica”, people at the times of Kcymaerxthaere referred to it, Kymaerica [S] and [Sarkassum] Kymaerica as “Kymaerica”—apparently without distinction. But, in fact, all simply knew the difference. This was out of respect to the fact denizens of all three rejected the notion that theirs was some sort of junior subset.  Interestingly, those of [Gallywyx], Unguscka, Ksycktamrkti and [pSambamsa Bdfadk], which, to a linear eye, appear to touch on the same general areas, preferred not to be lumped together as Kymaericans.

What we call Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho (linear US) and the Yukon, British Columbia, Alberta, parts of Nunavat (Canada)


pSakhalin

Part of the Ferkla rezhn, known for the extraordinary eyesight of its people.