Mekniyans

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Ethnicity
Mekniyans
shinsegēī, pxoyēī
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Other names

Midais

Origin
Race

Caucasian, Mongoloid

Identity
Language

mainly Nissiian and Czech

Religion

Vvake

First mention

O midaii jineol bomiin (~ 26 AD)

Divisions
  • Ilbunilans
    • Neuluits
    • Unilbunai
    • Pērinians
    • Esagitians
  • Beurgilans
    • Ekkers
      • Hyojutites
    • Varglians
Ancestors

Midaii tribes

Related

Czechs, Celts

Population

~ 190 000 (2018)

Statehood

 Mekniy


Mekniyans, also Meknians, in nissiian shinsegēī, in a broader context pxoyēī, is an Indo-European Central European nation, strongly related to the Celts and Slavs, very distantly to the Manchurian Koreans (disputed). The majority (90% estimate) live in Mekniy. The Mekniyans also live in the Czech Republic, Canada, Australia and the neighboring countries of the Czech Republic.

According to the Ojineo legend, the Mekniyans are descendants of expelled midaii, from the Far East (terra extraorientalis), probably Koguryo - the ancient Kingdom of Korea, and Celtic tribes. From the point of view of phenotype theory, the Mekniyans are Norids-Alpinids-Mediterranids.

Etymology

The name Mekniyans is based on the word Meknij, which also gave rise to the Czech name Meknijsko. The name midaii originated from the most common ending of the word, mida. The Nissiian designation shinsegēī is based on the designation of the Shinsegye, ie the country around the Bohemian Paradise. The designation pxoyēī is based on the proto-boyoheum word *bōieau, meaning the boii (tribe of Boii).


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