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Cusinaut is a region and subcontinent located at the Boreal circle. It is part of Crona. It is bound by the Sea of Nysdra to the east, the Southern Approaches to the south, and the Levantine Ocean to the west.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 Geography
- 2.1 Topography
- 2.2 Climate
- 3 History
- 4 Economy
- 5 Politics
- 6 Culture
The term "Cusinaut" originated with Burgoignesc-speaking explorers from the Kingdom of Dericania. The term is derived from the native Algosh term "Kusinut", a name for Algoquona and its allies in the century prior to the Northern Confederation.