That shows which different tone of blue they have
The way I remember it is that Chad is tall dark and handsome making the shades darker than Romania’s
***aaaa*** the yellow is misaligned
Wow I didn't notice until you mentioned it.
ÔXLÔ looking like the new OwO
The official name of the Czech Republic in Vietnamese is actually Tiệp Khắc.
Does "Sat" literally translate to "Lake" in Vietnamese?
No, but with a northern accent, "s" makes a "sh" sound and the "t" at the end sounds like a "d".
Now I'm curious, how do you say Argentina in Vietnamese?
So, there are atlases in Vietnamese! I've desperately looked for one during my trip to Vietnam but didn't find any :(
I bought this in a book store
That’s the old Mauritanian flag up there
This map was published in 2007.
It's a matter of time before r/2balkan4you finds out about this
wat is that sub
Reminds me of Luxembourg vs the Netherlands
Netherlands is Hà Lan or Hoà Lan. Personally, I like Hoà Lan because it sounds like Hoa Lan. Which would explain the Vietnamese translation since Netherlands is famous for it flower fields. Luxembourg does not have a Vietnamese translation
It took me way too long to get why they were listed like that alphabetically. Be interested to see more from it, as much from a language perspective as a vexillology one.
>were you from?
I dunno, it just felt like a bad IRC convo. lol
What does it say under the italian flag on your map?
Italia, we normally call Italy "Ý".
you people have a nice name for the Czech Republic
the virgin romania vs the chad chad
Virgin romania VS Chad Chad
When flag owners in Chad put it in the wash a few times too often, they sell it to Romanians on eBay.
Ill never refer to Xexco by any other name again. That one is awesome.
Out of curiosity, in Vietnamese is X pronounced more like 'ks' 'z' or 'sh'?
It makes a "s" sound, the letter s makes a "sh" sound
I see a Confederate Flag in the upper right corner
Erm, it's Norway, is the name of the country and its capital not enough of a clue?
I'd never visit a country full of Chads. Where's it located anyway? Next to Karenville?
Add in Andorra for extra blue-yellow-red
Chad's flag is just Germany's flag laying down to take a nap.
Or you know, the Belgian flag
Isn't it the Flag of Romania and Chad? Since, IIRC, one asked the other's flag to be changed, but they refused to?
So wait. The Vietnamese name for Chad is Sat. But Chad is the local name of "Lake" right? So is "Sat" Vietnamese for Lake and it's known as "Lake" or is Sat a specific translation of just the country Chad?
It's just spelt like that to mimic the French pronunciation. In Vietnamese, the s makes a "sh" sound, and the t at the end sounds like a "d". The word for lake is hồ, though.
Every time I see my Venezuelan flag, I am happy!
Lmao hi đồng bào
Chào đồng chí
Muxambich is the most badass country name I've ever heard.
Virgin Romania and Chad Chad.
Moriso with pot luido up there
(Insert "can I copy your homework" joke here)
Humpty Dumpty, Chad on a wall.
Btw how did you make all the mini flags, I would love to make something like this!
It's just on a map I bought. I didn't make it
YO WHERE DO I GET THIS MAP
That is cool.
Also Mauritania’s flag has no red
Romania was always a big country I thought. Chad showing them up
As a romanian, auchy.
Look at Costa Rica and Thailand or Cuba and Puerto Rico
Old Mauritania flag too...
Wth. Vietnam did that on purpose
I don't know if I should be disgusted or intrested.
Virgin Romainia vs Chad Chad
Virginia remains somewhere in the USA, it's not an independent country.
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