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Spanish
Եսպաթոլ, Español, إسپَنِيول
The name "Spanish" in Spanish in the Arabic Script (top) and Iberic Script (bottom).
The name "Spanish" in Spanish in the Arabic Script (top) and Iberic Script (bottom).
Pronunciation[espaˈɲol]
Native to Greater Sacramento
EthnicityAndaluzians
Atlántidans
Castillianans
Creeperans
Salvadorans
Native speakers
~589.5 million (2020)
Early forms
Standard forms
Dialects
  • Andaluzian Spanish
  • Atlántidan Spanish
  • Castillianan Spanish
  • Creeperian Spanish
  • Deltinian Spanish †
  • Salvadoran Spanish
  • Senvarian Spanish †
Arabic, Creeperian, Iberic
Official status
Official language in
 Creeperopolis
 El Salvador
 Greater Sacramento
State of the Church
Regulated byImperial Academy of the Creeperian Spanish Language
Language codes
ISO 639-1es
ISO 639-2cr
ISO 639-3ir
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Spanish (Arabic: إسپَنِيول; Creeperian: Եսպաթոլ; Iberic: Español) is an Ayreoshubic which originated in modern-day Greater Sacramento. It originated from Romanyan Iberic coming from the dialect spoken in the city of Romanya where it split off from Ziqaric in the 3rd century, although, was not recognizable to its modern form. The language stayed stagnant during the Christian era of Greater Sacramento up until the Islamic takeover of Andaluzia, where Classical Spanish began to form and received it's Arabic vocabulary. Deltinians spread the language from Andaluzia into Creeperopolis through the Caliphate of Deltino, but today, the two forms of Spanish, Andaluzian and Creeperian, are different as Andaluzian Spanish has a more Arabic vocabulary due to being under constant Islamic influence, where as Creeperian Spanish continued to use original terms due to the De-Arabization of the Creeperian Crusade. Today, there are two standard forms of Spanish, with one in both Greater Sacramento and Creeperopolis.

Andaluzian Standard Spanish

Andaluzian Spanish is spoken in Andaluzia, Greater Sacramento. It used the Arabic Script and vocabulary tends to consist of loans words from Shazaqanic, Lyoan, Arabic, and Azumanakan though Arabic is the most influential as the region as been Islamic since the 700s.

پور لا اروره

پور ديِز نوچس

پور لو پر ي إمپر

پور لا نوچِ ترنسكورِ

نو إس إسو وب خورمنتو پارا إل قِ طيِنِ ينطلكتو

نو هس ڢيستو لو قِ هيزو تو تو رب عاد

كومو لا قِ نو سِ كرِو وترح إقول إن توندو إل پعس

Spanish Translation of first seven lines of Surah Al Fajar, Quran

Alphabet

In Andaluzia, Spanish uses the Arabic Script with a version called the Alhamiado which was developed in the early age of Islam to be used with both Spanish and Ziqaric.

ا
ʾalif
ب
bāʾ
ت
tāʾ
ث
thaʾ
ج
jīm
ح
ḥota
خ
khā'
د
dāl
ر
rāʾ

Gallery

Creeperian Standard Spanish

Alphabet

In Creeperopolis, Spanish uses the Iberic Script and the Creeperian Script.

Ա
ա
A
a
Ը
ը
Á
á
Բ
բ
B
b
Ծ
ծ
C
c
Ճ
ճ
CH
ch
Դ
դ
D
d
Ե
ե
E
e
Է
է
É
é
Ֆ
ֆ
F
f
Գ
գ
G
g
Հ
հ
H
h
Ի
ի
I
i
Ձ
ձ
Í
í
Ջ
ջ
J
j
Կ
կ
K
k
Լ
լ
L
l
Ժ
ժ
LL
ll
Մ
մ
M
m
Ն
ն
N
n
Թ
թ
Ñ
ñ
Ո
ո
O
o
Օ
օ
Ó
ó
Պ
պ
P
p
Ք
ք
Q
q
Ր
ր
R
r
Ս
ս
S
s
Տ
տ
T
t
Փ
փ
U
u
Ղ
ղ
Ú
ú
Շ
շ
Ü
ü
Վ
վ
V
v
Ւ
ւ
W
w
Խ
խ
X
x
Յ
յ
Y
y
Զ
զ
Z
z

Other Forms of Creeperian Spanish

Atlántidan Spanish

Atlántidan Spanish is spoken in the Creeperian departments of Atlántida, Atlántida del Sur, Isla Atlántida, La'Libertad del Sur, Nuevo Atlántida, Costa Rica, and Cantoño.

Castillianan Spanish

Castillianan Spanish is spoken in the Creeperian departments of Castilliano, Deltino, San Pablo, Santa María, and Sonsonate.

A Á B C CH D E É F G H I Í J K L LL ḶḶ M N Ñ O Ó P Q R S T U Ú Ü V W X Y YY Z

Salvadoran Spanish

Salvadoran Spanish is spoken in the Creeperian vassal state of El Salvador.

Gallery

See Also