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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The name Taysha is derived from the [[w:Caddo language|Caddo]] word ''táyshaʼ'' ({{IPA|/tʼajʃaʔ/}}) meaning "friend". This word was applied, in the spelling ''Tejas'' or ''Texas'', by the Spanish to the [[w:Caddo|Caddo]] themselves, specifically the [[w:Hasinai|Hasinai Confederacy]], with the final ''-s'' representing the Spanish plural. It was from this word that the current English name of the U.S. state of Texas was therefore derived; upon Austenasia annexing claims within this area, it was decided to use a name closer to the original Native American word.
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The name Taysha is derived from the [[w:Caddo language|Caddo]] word ''táyshaʼ'' ({{IPA|/tʼajʃaʔ/}}) meaning "friend". This word was applied, in the spelling ''Tejas'' or ''Texas'', by the Spanish to the [[w:Caddo|Caddo]] themselves, specifically the [[w:Hasinai|Hasinai Confederacy]], with the final ''-s'' representing the Spanish plural. It was from this word that the current English name of the U.S. state of Texas was therefore derived; upon Austenasia annexing claims within this area, it was decided to use a name closer to the original Native American word out of respect for the region's [[w:Pre-Columbian era|Pre-Columbian]] inhabitants and history.
  
 
==History and geography==
 
==History and geography==
 
==Arms==
 
==Arms==

Revision as of 10:15, 8 October 2020

Taysha
—  Duchy of Austenasia  —
The arms of Taysha.
Country Flag of Austenasia.png Empire of Austenasia
Founded 19 January 2020
Government
 - Landed Noble Vacant
Area
 - Total 0.196009 km2 (0.1 sq mi)
Population
 - Total 11
Time zone UTC-6
 - Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)


The Duchy of Taysha is an administrative division within the Empire of Austenasia composed of several properties which are enclaves of the U.S. state of Texas.

Etymology

The name Taysha is derived from the Caddo word táyshaʼ (/tʼajʃaʔ/) meaning "friend". This word was applied, in the spelling Tejas or Texas, by the Spanish to the Caddo themselves, specifically the Hasinai Confederacy, with the final -s representing the Spanish plural. It was from this word that the current English name of the U.S. state of Texas was therefore derived; upon Austenasia annexing claims within this area, it was decided to use a name closer to the original Native American word out of respect for the region's Pre-Columbian inhabitants and history.

History and geography

Arms