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A̱merika

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Amerika
supercontinent, part of the world
Yet kapEarth's surface, Swanta Jhyuk
A̱lyoot da̱nianAmerigo Vespucci Jhyuk
Named byMatthias Ringmann Jhyuk
Coordinate location19°0′0″N 96°0′0″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of easternmost point7°9′20″S 34°47′35″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of northernmost point83°6′41″N 69°57′30″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of southernmost point56°32′18″S 68°43′12″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of westernmost point52°55′16″N 172°26′13″E Jhyuk
Highest pointAconcagua Jhyuk
Lowest pointLaguna del Carbón Jhyuk
Á̱ fang ma̱Americanism Jhyuk
A̱tyuya̱taat ku a̱tyubwoiChristopher Columbus, unknown value Jhyuk
Time of discovery or invention12 Zwat Swak 1492, 30000 years BCE Jhyuk
Geography of topicgeography of the Americas Jhyuk
Nkhanghistory of the Americas Jhyuk
Tung zwa a̱pyia̱ a̱lyiat hueconomy of the Americas Jhyuk
Map
A̱vwuo ka nang A̱byin Amerika nshyia̱ a̱ni mi̱ swanta

A̱byin Amerika ku nvam-a̱byin Amerika na, nang á̱ ka ngyei nna a̱mgba̱m Amerika a̱ni,[1] yet kyai a̱byin hwa ku byia̱ nkap Amerika A̱za ma̱ng A̱tak.[2][3][4] A̱byin Amerika kya kup shi kyai a̱byin ku swak da̱ Á̱kum-a̱la̱u fam Jenshyung Swanta ka a̱wot kikya si̱ yet Ta̱cya̱ A̱fai ka.

Ta̱si̱la kwai-nfwuo-á̱niet CIA ce ndyia̱ 1990 hu nang sot CIA ji ku ghwak a̱si̱ Amerika mi̱ Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection

Bwoi alyoot[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

Alyoot Amerika ji neet mi̱ng a̱tyucyetzop italiya Amerigo Vespucci.[5]

Alyoot "amerika" si̱ ntsa rekwot wu neet di a̱lyia̱ 1507. A two-dimensional globe created by Martin Waldseemüller ka̱nda̱n di̱n ntsa rekwot wu.[6] (A̱ ku khiya̱i lulyoot hu ming Amerigen) mbea̱ng Cosmographiae Introductio, mbea̱ng a̱tyu lyoot Matthias Ringmann, ya̱fa̱ng ming Amerika atak .[7] kusi ta̱ba̱t neet di̱n Amerika aza si̱na̱t Amerika ata̱k Gerardus Mercator in 1538. "America" derives from Americus, the Latin version of Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci's first name. The feminine form America accorded with the feminine names of Asia, Africa, and Europa.[8]

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. "America" (di̱n Shong). Oxford Dictionary.
  2. Webster's New World College Dictionary (di̱n Shong), 2010 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio.
  3. "Merriam Webster dictionary" (di̱n Shong). 2013. Merriam-Webster, Incorporated.
  4. "continent n. 5. a." (1989) Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition. Oxford University Press; "continent1 n." (2006) The Concise Oxford English Dictionary, 11th edition revised. (Ed.) Catherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson. Oxford University Press; "continent1 n." (2005) The New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd edition. (Ed.) Erin McKean. Oxford University Press; "continent [2, n] 4 a" (1996) Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged. ProQuest Information and Learning; "continent" (2007) Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved January 14, 2007, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online.
  5. "Cartographer Put 'America' on the Map 500 years Ago". USA Today. Washington, D.C. Associated Press. April 24, 2007. Retrieved November 30, 2008.
  6. Lawless, Jill (November 7, 2017). "Oldest map to use word 'America' up for sale". News and Record. Associated Press. Retrieved June 5, 2019.
  7. "The Map That Named America (September 2003) – Library of Congress Information Bulletin". Loc.gov.
  8. Toby Lester, "Putting America on the Map", Smithsonian, 40:9 (December 2009)

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