Further evidence the UMMOA is the Internet
A few days ago we stated that, unlike UN member states, the UMMOA® is not two letters on the Internet; the UMMOA® is, quite literally, the Internet.
Of course, the number of ummoa.domains alone is almost sufficient to prove the point, but there are additional ways to look at the matter.
In how many languages are ummoa.domains actually presented in besides English?
The domain amomu.fr can be viewed as entirely in French, as AMOMU stands for the French equivalent of UMMOA or « Archipel Multi-Océanique des Micronations-Unies », and the .fr ccTLD is the one for France also.
In a similar way, the domain amomu.it can be viewed as entirely in Italian, as AMOMU also stands for the Italian equivalent of UMMOA or « Arcipelago MultiOceanico delle Micronazioni Unite », and the .it ccTLD is the one for Italy as well.
The domain amomu.ch can be viewed as either a French or Italian speaker's domain, and Swiss, as the .ch ccTLD is the one for Switzerland.
The domain hacks of antarti.co and antarti.de, regardless of the ccTLD used, represent the Italian words Antarctic (adjective) and Antarctica (noun) respectively.
The domain hack of cesid.io is clearly my name, but it has a complex linguistic history in itself, since my forename "Cesidio", a very rare Italian name today, actually derives from the Latin Caesidius (the Roman nomen of the gens Caesidia, or a Roman clan), which in turn derives from the Oscan Kaisidis (or Caisidis), originally probably the name of a Hernican or Marsican clan. This is how the name would have been written in the Oscan language in 14 AD or 2,000 years ago, in the same year the Roman Emperor Augustus died:
Yes, the Oscan language, like the Etruscan language, like Hebrew or Arabic, was written from right to left, while Latin, the language of the Romans or Latins, was written in the same way English or French are written, or from left to right.
The domain cesidian.church may only seem like an ideal name for a church, but in reality the adjective "Cesidian" can only be described as a meaningful UMMOA English (en-ummoa) adjective. UMMOA English, in turn, is largely an extension of British English (en-GB).
The diaxenospitia.com domain contains the UMMOA English neologism diaxenospitia, which in turn comes from the modern Greek words dia[némontai] + xéno[s] + spítia, which means "distributed foreign houses".
The pankosmiahora.com domain contains the UMMOA English neologism pankosmiahora, which in turn comes from the modern Greek words pankósmia + [c]hó̱ra, which means "global country".
The domain hacks of rect.io and gubernat.io, regardless of the ccTLD used, represent the Latin words rectio and gubernatio, and both in turn mean "government".
The domain hack hernic.us is the Latin singular name of the Hernicus Italic tribe, while the hernici.com domain contains the Latin plural name of the same Italic tribe, the Hernici.
The micronazionale.org domain contains the Italian term micronazionale, which in turn means "micronational", and the UMMOA also controls the English language equivalent domain of micronational.org.
The suigeneris.sg domain contains the Latin words sui + generis, which the Singapore ccTLD of .sg nicely abbreviates as well, and those words mean "of its own kind". Think of Leonardo da Vinci when you think of the words sui generis, as he was "one of a kind", and Ummoagians are also the national equivalent of "one of a kind", constituting a class alone, or unique by themselves.
The wequarran.com domain contains the [Native American] Algonquin language name Wequarran I prefer for myself, and this means "Eagle".
The winnecomac.com domain contains the Algonquin language word Winnecomac, which is another name for Long Island that I conceived, and this means "Fine Country".
Finally, the צעיר-לגוי.com domain contains the Biblical Hebrew words of צעיר לגוי, (tsair legoy), which are actually read from right to left, and the closest English equivalent for these words is "least nation". The words, however, taken straight from the Biblical verse of Isaiah 60:22, actually stand for the modern English word of "micro-nation" — in hyphenated form.
Yes, the UMMOA® is the Internet, and not just because of the number of ummoa.domains, or because of the diversity of all these domains, but also because Ummoagians really speak in many living languages, and also use words and phrases of ancient, indigenous, and even dead but "born again" languages, and this fact is reflected in many of the ummoa.domains, as you can now appreciate.