List of appellational translations of the Omnidoxy

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Last updated: JAN. 15, 2020

Translations of the Omnidoxy have occurred since the completion of the text during The Year of Completion (2019 - 2020) by Cometan, the sole author of the treatise. The original text was written in English and all subsequent translations are based upon the Original Edition.

The Astronist Institution maintains one of its responsibilities of the proprietor of Astronism as overseeing the accurate translation and publication of either the Omnidoxy as a whole or regarding its publication in divided parts.

Translating the Omnidoxy is an extremely complex task, particularly due to some significant factors:

  • the extensive length of the text (2 million words).
  • the use of new words by Cometan as part of Astronist terminology that have not direct translation to non-English languages, thus requiring the creation of subsequent new words.
  • the complexity of the meaning of words in the Omnidoxy, especially due to their focus on concepts and beliefs. This causes difficulty in distinguishing between certain words that hold similar meanings.

For this reason, a separate discipline of omnidoxicology was devised to deal with translations of the Omnidoxy, known as omnitranslation.

List of translations of the Omnidoxy by year and language

Language Appellation Year  Afrikaans Omnikosmiese   Albanian Omnitraktat   Amharic Omēnīdodi   Arabic Alsaami   Armenian Omniadaran   Azerbaijani Omnibilik   Basque Omnikosmiko   Belarusian Omnitraktat   Bengali Ōmaniḍaksi /


Bosnian Omnirasprava   Bulgarian Kosmicheski   Catalan Omnitractat   Cebuano Omnikasulatan   Chinese Quánjīng   Corsican Omnucè   Croatian Omnirasprava   Czech Omnipojednání   Danish Omniafhandling   Dutch Omniverhandeling   Esperanto Omnidoxio   Estonian Omnidoksü   Filipino Omniaklat   Finnish Omniminulle   French 'Omnitraité'l’Omnidoxy   Galician Omnidoxio   Georgian Omnidoxy   German Omnidoxy   Greek Sýmpania   Gujarati Omnimanē   Haitian Creole Omnidoks   Hausa Omnirubutun   Hawaiian Omnikiko’o   Hebrew אמונה קוסמית   Hindi Omaneedoksee   Hmong Ntug Kev Ntseeg   Hungarian Omninekem   Icelandic Omnidoxý   Igbo Omnima   Indonesian,


Omnirisalah   Irish Omnidom   Italian l'Onnidossia   Japanese Omunidokishi   Kannada Ōmniḍāksi   Kazakh Omnïdokssï   Khmer Omniikhon   Korean Omninonmun   Kurdish Omnipeymana   Krygyz Omnimaga   Lao Auaakad Khuaamhu   Latin Omnimihi   Latvian,



Omnidoksija   Luxembourgish Omnitraité   Macedonian Omnitraktat   Malagasy Ômniadoxana   Malay Omnidoksi   Malayalam Ōmniḍēāksai   Maltese Omnidoxy   Maori Omnidoxy   Marathi Omnimalā   Mongolian Omninadad   Myanmar Omnikyam   Nepali Omnikyānsara   Norwegian Omnidoksy   Pashto اوډیډیډیسی   Persian کتاب کیهانی   Polish Omnoksy   Portuguese Omnitratado   Punjabi Omnilēkha   Romanian Omnidoxia   Russian 'Omniya'Omnitraktat   Samoan Omnimoaʻu   Scots Gaelic Omnidhòmhsa   Serbian Omnidoki   Sesotho Omongata   Shona Omnikwandiri   Sindhi ٻٻرائڻ   Sinhala Omnimaṭa   Slovak Omnimne   Somali Omnidaaweyn   Sundanese Omnidoxy   Swahili Omnikwangu   Swedish Omnidoxin   Tajik Omnidoksi   Tamil Omnieṉakku   Telugu Omnināku   Thai Omnitảrā   Turkish Omnitez   Ukrainian Omnimeni   Urdu ہرگز نہیں   Uzbek Omnidoksi   Vietnamese Toànnăng   Welsh Omnitriniaeth   Xhosa Omnikum   Yiddish Omnitretand   Yoruba Omnisimi   Zulu I-Omnidoxy

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