CK III - Title using "definite form" combined with "dynasty name as realm name" does not show the original title name

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Short summary of your issue Title using "definite form" combined with "dynasty name as realm name" does not show the original title name

Game Version 1.2.2

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Do you have mods enabled? No

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Please explain the issue you experienced in the most condensed way possible
There are actually 2 problems:
  1. Titles using definite form combined with dynasty name are named inconsistently compared to other titles, e.g. "Seljuk" or "Abbasid" compared to "The Fatimid Sultanate" or "The Dhunnunid Emirate". The definite form should only apply to the default name, e.g. "the Persian Empire" or "the Arabian Empire", but not when the dynasty name is used, and currently rulers are titled "Sultan XX of Seljuk" or "Caliph YY of Abbasid", compared to "Caliph ZZ of the Fatimid Sultanate" or "Emir AA of the Dhunnunid Emirate"
  2. Normally, even if a realm uses a dynasty name, the original name of the title is still shown in brackets, e.g. "The Fatimid Sultanate (Sultanate of Egypt)" or "The Dhunnunid Emirate (Emirate of Toledo)", but if the title happens to use the definite form, then when the title uses a dynasty name, its original name is not shown, e.g. just "Seljuk" or "Abbasid".
In conclusion, the expected results should be something like "The Seljuk Sultanate (Persian Empire)" or "The Abbasid Empire (Arabian Empire)"

Please explain how to reproduce the issue
The problems are already there at the start, no need for manual reproduction.

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