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.
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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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