Registration request for new subtag

Phillips, Addison addison at
Mon Sep 22 07:13:18 CEST 2014


Extlangs are not eligible for independent registration. You might consider a variant subtag (which would require a different length). But only I SO-639 assigned subtag can be considered for extlang. See section 2.2.2


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On September 21, 2014, at 9:51 PM, HMRD Cesidio Tallini <ct at> wrote:

1. Name of requester: Cesidio Tallini
2. E-mail address of requester: ct at<mailto:ct at>
3. Record Requested:

Type: extlang
Subtag: ugv
Description: UMMOA English
Prefix: en
Comments: The subtag represents UMMOA English, a growing and currently used extension of English.

4. Intended meaning of the subtag:

The subtag is intended to represent UMMOA English orthography as published in "UMMOA English", by Cesidio Tallini.

5. Reference to published description of the language (book or article):

Tallini, Cesidio. (2014, 21 September). UMMOA English. Retrieved 22 September 2014, from

6. Any other relevant information:

UMMOA English, originally an extension of British English (en-GB), is now a distinct version of English, and is also distinct from Oxford English Dictionary English (en-GB-oed), and American English (en-US). UMMOA English is the form of English that is standard in the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago or UMMOA®. The UMMOA is a nation or people scattered around the world, which is developing a distinct culture, even distinct sciences or branches of science. Currently the en-x-UMMOA private language subtag is being used to represent UMMOA English orthography, but the distinct vocabulary is rapidly expanding, and requires a language tag that is more official and unique, and which leaves out the UMMOA word mark, more representative of a recognised political minority, than the minority's major spoken language, or unique cultural expression.

HMRD Cesidio Tallini
11 Press Street
South Floral Park, NY 11001-3536
Email: ct at<mailto:ct at>
Tel: +1 (516) 515-0592
Fax: +1 (516) 706-0080
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