Bi̱razi̱t

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Brazil
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a̱byin ka̱ yong ma̱ sa̱t, secular state, rule of law, a̱byin, ri̱pobi̱lik mundundung
Yet kapLatin America, Ibero-America, Southern Cone, Amerika A̱tak Jhyuk
Kpaat7 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 1822 Jhyuk
A̱lyoot a̱gwomna̱tiBrasil, République fédérative du Brésil, Federative Republic of Brazil, Brazílska federatívna republika Jhyuk
A̱lyoot a̱gwomna̱ti ku mbyinRepública Federativa do Brasil Jhyuk
Á̱kum a̱lyoot🇧🇷, BRA Jhyuk
Á̱ ku nwuak a̱lyootCaesalpinia echinata Jhyuk
A̱lyem a̱gwomna̱tiPortuguese Jhyuk
A̱bwomBrazilian National Anthem Jhyuk
Taadaculture of Brazil Jhyuk
A̱laseapOrder and Progress Jhyuk
Vam-a̱byinAmerika A̱tak Jhyuk
A̱byinBrazil Jhyuk
A̱keangtungBrasília Jhyuk
Shyia̱ mami ku kpa̱mkpaan vam a̱sa̱khwotA̱gba̱ndang Kyai A̱sa̱khwot Ati̱lantik, A̱ghyui A̱mazon, Paraná River, São Francisco River Jhyuk
Located in/on physical featureSouth American Plate Jhyuk
Coordinate location14°0′0″S 53°0′0″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of easternmost point7°9′20″S 34°47′35″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of northernmost point5°16′12″N 60°12′15″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of southernmost point33°45′0″S 53°23′25″W Jhyuk
Coordinates of westernmost point7°32′5″S 73°58′58″W Jhyuk
Highest pointPico da Neblina Jhyuk
Lowest pointA̱gba̱ndang Kyai A̱sa̱khwot Ati̱lantik Jhyuk
Basic form of governmentri̱pobi̱lik mundundung, representative democracy, presidential system Jhyuk
Ofit nang a̱kwak a̱son a̱byin wu ba̱ng a̱niPresident of Brazil Jhyuk
A̱kwak a̱son a̱byinJair Bolsonaro Jhyuk
Ofit wu nang a̱kwak a̱son a̱gwomna̱ti wu ba̱ng a̱niPresident of Brazil Jhyuk
A̱kwak a̱son a̱gwomna̱tiJair Bolsonaro Jhyuk
Sa a̱pyia̱ a̱gwomna̱tiFederal Government of Brazil Jhyuk
Sa kpa cam a̱byinNational Congress of Brasil Jhyuk
Highest judicial authoritySupreme Federal Court Jhyuk
A̱gba̱ndang a̱lisaaikurumCentral Bank of Brazil Jhyuk
Shyia̱ di̱ fam jenUTC−02:00 Jhyuk
KurumBrazilian real Jhyuk
A̱feap nduka̱zayak Jhyuk
Electrical plug typeEuroplug, IEC 60906-1 Jhyuk
NwapBrancos, Pardo Brazilians, African Brazilian, Asian Brazilians, indigenous peoples in Brazil Jhyuk
Ku yet kapSouth American dreadnought race, BASIC countries, G4 nations, Global System of Trade Preferences among Developing Countries, Sot Tswuon Jhyuk
Ci̱tEmpire of Brazil, Republic of the United States of Brazil, Colonial Brazil Jhyuk
Lyuut IPAbɾaˈziw Jhyuk
A̱tyuya̱taat ku a̱tyubwoiPedro Álvares Cabral Jhyuk
Time of discovery or invention22 Zwat Nyaai 1500 Jhyuk
Official websitehttps://www.gov.br Jhyuk
Described at URLhttps://www.cia.gov/library/publications/resources/the-world-factbook/geos/br.html Jhyuk
External data available athttp://dados.gov.br Jhyuk
HashtagBrazil Jhyuk
Top-level Internet domain.br Jhyuk
Main regulatory textConstitution of Brazil Jhyuk
Tyiang a̱toot shiflag of Brazil Jhyuk
A̱lama a̱byincoat of arms of Brazil Jhyuk
Byia̱ za̱kwaa̱byin ka̱ yong ma̱ sa̱t Jhyuk
Patron saintOur Lady of Aparecida Jhyuk
Geography of topicgeography of Brazil Jhyuk
Nkhanghistory of Brazil Jhyuk
Open data portalDataViva Jhyuk
Tung zwa a̱pyia̱ a̱lyiat hueconomy of Brazil Jhyuk
Demographics of topicdemographics of Brazil Jhyuk
Category for honorary citizens of entityQ8942509 Jhyuk
Zwunzwuo-a̱muup jet a̱bwoi a̱byin724 Jhyuk
Zwunzwuo-a̱muup yei a̱byin+55 Jhyuk
Trunk prefixno value Jhyuk
Emergency phone number190, 192, 193, 188 Jhyuk
Zwunzwuo-a̱muup a̱byin GS1789-790 Jhyuk
Zwunzwuo lasi̱n pi̱letBR Jhyuk
Maritime identification digits710 Jhyuk
Unicode character🇧🇷 Jhyuk
Sa mat tá̱si̱laCategory:Maps of Brazil Jhyuk
Tyian a̱toot shi Bi̱razi̱t
A̱lama a̱byin Bi̱razi̱t
A̱timi A̱byin Bi̱razi̱t
Ta̱si̱la a̱byin Bi̱razi̱t

A̱byin Bi̱razi̱t (Potugit: Brasil /bɾaˈziw/), á̱ lyen ma̱ng a̱lyem a̱gwomna̱ti nka nang Ri̱pobi̱lik Mundundung Bi̱razi̱t (Potugis: República Federativa do Brasil; Shong: Federative Republic of Brazil)[1] a̱ni, yet a̱byin kya ka̱ swak ma̱ng shi kyai a̱byin ma̱ Amerika A̱tak mbeang Amerika Lati̱n. Ka̱ kup shi kyai a̱byin kilomita a̱ma̱ntaa̱naai 8,515,767 (met a̱ma̱ntaa̱naai 3,287,956), ma̱ng shi á̱niet ku swak miliyon 211 a̱ni. A̱byin Bi̱razi̱t kya yet a̱fwuon ma̱ng shi kyai a̱byin ma̱ng a̱taa ma̱ng shi á̱niet mi̱ swanta hu, ka̱ si̱ byia̱ si̱tet 26 ma̱ng A̱batyok Mundundung a̱nyiung. Kikya yet a̱byin ka̱ swak ma̱ng shi mi̱ swanta hu ka̱ byia̱ Potugit nang a̱lyem a̱gwomna̱ti a̱ni a̱wot kikya ma̱nyin ka̱ lyiat a̱lyem a̱kya ma̱ Amerika.[2][3] A̱byin Bi̱razi̱t yet a̱nyiung mi̱ bibyin swanta ku la̱u byia̱ taada ma̱ a̱di̱di̱t ma̱ng nnwap ma̱ a̱di̱di̱t a̱ni, mat nwuai mi̱ nwuai á̱niet ku swak ndyia̱ cyi jhyiung neet bibyin swanta vwuon a̱ni.[4] Ka̱ bu si̱ ngyet a̱byin ka̱ byia̱ á̱kpa á̱niet Katolika Rom ka̱ swak mi̱ swanta hu meang, a̱wot a̱keangtung nka ka si̱ yet Bi̱razi̱lya (Potugit: Brasília), nang a̱gba̱ndang a̱keang a̱ swak ma̱ng shi ma̱ a̱byin ka si̱ yet São Paulo.

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. José María Bello (1966). "A History of Modern Brazil: 1889–1964". Stanford University Press. ISBN 978-0-8047-0238-6.
  2. Philander, S. George (2012). "Encyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change, Second Edition" (di̱n Shong). Los Angeles: Princeton University. 2 (Jhyu.). (1). p. 148. OCLC 970592418. ISBN 978-1-4129-9261-9.
  3. Vallance, Monique M. (2012). Monique M. Vallance; Crocitti, John J. (Jhy.) "Brazil Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic". [Preface and Observations on Contemporary Brazil]. ABC-CLIO. p. xxiii. ISBN 978-0-313-34672-9. OCLC 787850982.
  4. "Os migrantes de hoje" (di̱ Potugis). BBC Brasil.