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This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... People who live there would be called Cenoras or Cenorans.

Let me know. You must be mike3 under another name. Right? I mean, you both have some obsession with renaming already-recognized geographical features.

Of course we recognise it - it just doesn't have a (reasonable) name for it's people.
This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... People who live there would be called Cenoras or Cenorans.

The name's too close to "Sonora." (Check a map of Mexico.)

I'm sure the Mexicans consider it to be too close to Mexico!
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But the adjective that the Spanish speakers in the Americas use for the USA is "estadounidense," which means that the ... so there is no reason for it to be a problem for anybody else, either. So, the matter is closed.

"States singularly dense"?
This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... short. This would be an accurate description of its location.

You have misunderstood. Proper names belong to people or nations in a unique way more than they "belong" to a ... coinage is likely to appeal to people who think in Spanish or Portuguese. Don Phillipson Carlsbad Springs (Ottawa, Canada)

Canadians generally speak English!
This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... Americas (North, South and Central), not to just one part.

Please, please, please, drop this idea. There is a danger that some USAites will seek to correct this nominational anomaly by forceably uniting all of the countries/states/nations of the Americas. Peter Duncanson, UK (in alt.english.usage)

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On 09 Mar 2007, gn gnu d wrote Nice try, but no they don't.

Can you think of any nation that is totally homogeneous???

Vatican City?...r

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On 09 Mar 2007, gn gnu d wrote Nice try, but no they don't.

Can you think of any nation that is totally homogeneous???

Andorra?

David
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This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... short. This would be an accurate description of its location.

I think it should be called "Coruscic".

Nobody outside Bosnia would know how to pronounce it. Emotion: sad

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But the adjective that the Spanish speakers in the Americas use for the USA is "estadounidense," which means that the ... so there is no reason for it to be a problem for anybody else, either. So, the matter is closed.

Mexicans say "norteamericano."

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