Societal linguistics: Nazarean, Nazaraean, and Nazorean varieties of English and kinds of languages


There are three major English varieties, and three major kinds of languages now.

There is standard English, or Nazarean (CSD) languages, where my name is written or pronounced in the "Cesidio" or similar form (in Italian and Korean one hears the "ch" sound as in "cheese", rather than the "c" sound as in "centre"):

US/British English: Cesidio Tallini
Español: Cesidio Tallini
中文:赛西迪欧·塔林尼
Deutsch: Cesidio Tallini
Français: Cesidio Tallini
Italiano: Cesidio Tallini
Português: Cesidio Tallini
Polski: Cesidio Tallini
한국어 : 치시디오·탈리니
हिन्दी: सेसिडियो तल्लीनी
العربية: ساسيديو تاليني

There is archaic English, or Nazaraean (KSD) languages, where my name is written or pronounced in the "Kaisidis" or similar form:

Archaic English: Kaisidis Tallini
Русский: Каисидис Таллини
Ελληνικά: Καϊσίδης Ταλλίνι
Latina: Caesidius Tallini

Finally, there is UMMOA English, or Nazorean (KSR) languages, where my name is written or pronounced in the "Kaisiris" or similar form:

UMMOA English: Kaisiris Tallini
日本語:カイセリス・タッリーニ
Napulitano: Kaisiris Tallini
Interlingua: Kaisiris Tallini
Esperanto: Kaisiris Tallini
עברית: קאיסיריס טאליני

It should be noted that my name is written in its purest or favoured form in UMMOA English, Japanese, Neapolitan, Interlingua, Esperanto, and Modern Hebrew.

The Kaisiris name was originally a central Italy mountainous clan's name, and was written in Etruscan-like characters from right to left. In Latin it was translated into the Caesidius  left to right form by Roman conquerors, and eventually assumed its Italian Cesidio  form [1].

Tallini probably originated in Hungary, and then entered Italy as a family name or surname through the Veneto/Venice region, probably along with the hordes of Attila the Hun [2].
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [3, 4, 5]
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