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Afro-Asiatic Language Stubs

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  2. Articles in category "Afro-Asiatic language stubs" There are 75 articles in this category.

Austronesian Language Stubs

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  2. A Afro-Asiatic language stubs Austronesian language stubs Articles in category "Language stubs" There are 198 articles in this category.

Badaga Language

  1. The Badaga language is a southern Dravidian language ( Tamil-Kannada branch) spoken by approximately 250,000 people in the Nilgiri Hills in Southern India.
  2. The Badaga language is a mixture of Kannada and Tamil. (Web site)
  3. The Badaga language is also called Badugu by native speakers.

Bahnaric Languages

  1. The Bahnaric languages are a group of about thirty Mon-Khmer languages spoken by about 700,000 people in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.

Bhutia Language

  1. Sikkimese Bhutia language is a State recognised language. (Web site)
  2. The Bhutia Language spoken by the Sikkimes Bhutias is a dialect of the Tibetan language.
  3. In the local Bhutia language its name signifies, `The Source of the Lake' and is considered sacred by the local people. (Web site)

Bolgar Language

  1. The Bolgar language also strongly influenced the Middle dialect of Tatar language. (Web site)
  2. Writing was adopted from the Bolgar language, which used the Orkhon script, before the 920s. (Web site)
  3. Even though Bashkirs originally were Ugric or Finnic tribes, they initially adopted the Bolgar language.


  1. Brahui is a Dravidian language, its closest relatives being spoken primarily in southern India, far removed from Pakistan.
  2. Brahui is a major language of western Pakistan . (Web site)
  3. Brahui is the name of a group of tribes that live in Pakistan, eastern Iran, and Afghanistan.
  4. Brahui was generally considered to be a remnant of a formerly more widespread Dravidian language family that was reduced during the Indo-Aryan migration.
  5. The Brahui are diminishing in numbers as fewer speak Brahui and more become integrated with the Baluchi.

Brahui Language

  1. Brahui language isolated member of the Dravidian family, spoken in western Pakistan.
  2. Search Results Brahui language The Brahui language is mainly spoken in Balochistan, Pakistan , although also in Afghanistan and Iran by the Brahui . (Web site)
  3. Brahui Language - MSN Encarta Brahui Language, Dravidian language spoken by about 2 million people in the Pakistani provinces of Baluchistan and Sind.

Buryat Language

  1. Buryat language - one of the Mongolian languages. (Web site)
  2. The Buryat language (or Buriat) is a Mongolic language spoken by the Buryats.

Chagatai Language

  1. Chagatai language is an extinct Turkic languages spoken in Central Asia.
  2. The Chagatai language is an extinct Turkic language spoken in Central Asia.
  3. The Chagatai language is an extinct Turkic language which was once widely spoken in Central Asia.
  4. The Chagatai language was spoken in the entire Turkestan, in other words, in the Central Asia as well as the Turkish States. (Web site)

Chukchi Language

  1. The Chukchi language is a language of Chukchi-Kamchadal or Chukchi-Koryak group included in Paleo-Asiatic languages. (Web site)
  2. The Chukchi language was used as lingua franca; contacts with Russians were quite limited up to the 1930-1940s. (Web site)

Chuvash Language

  1. Chuvash language - one of the Turkic languages. (Web site)
  2. The Chuvash Language is a DNA of my folks.
  3. The Chuvash language is a language of poetry, not the market.
  4. The Chuvash language is a literary language developed in the 1870's using the Cyrillic script.
  5. The Chuvash language was a descendant of the Bolgar language, spoken by the pagan Chuvash people. (Web site)

Eteocretan Language

  1. The Eteocretan language, also called Minoan, was the pre- Hellenic language of Crete, spoken by the Minoans until ca.
  2. Its eventual relation with the Eteocretan language of the 1st millennium BC is also unknown. (Web site)
  3. At present, these pages deal mainly with the Eteocretan language as it is preserved on inscriptions written in the Greek alphabet. (Web site)


  1. EuroWordNet is a multilingual database with wordnets for several European languages (Dutch, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Czech and Estonian). (Web site)
  2. EuroWordNet is a system of semantic networks for European languages.


  1. Kimbundu is a language closely related to Kikongo, and many ideological and political ideas were shared between the two regions.
  2. Kimbundu is a Bantu language of northern Angola.] juju (JOO-joo) noun ; 1.
  3. Kimbundu is a Bantu language of northern.
  4. Kimbundu is one of the most widely spoken pre-colonial languages in Central Africa.
  5. Kimbundu is one of the national languages of Angola and is being used in literacy projects in that country. (Web site)

Language Code

  1. A language code is a standardized description of the language in which a document is written.
  2. A language code is a system that assigns letters and or numbers as codes to languages.
  3. The language code is a code from ISO 639. The two-letter code is prefered, but a three letter code is accepted if no two-letter code is available.
  4. The language code is a one or two character prefix applied to each localised System version.
  5. The language code is a small integer that identifies a supported language. (Web site)


  1. Loulis is the first non-human animal to acquire a human language from another non-human.
  2. Loulis is the mischievous young prince, coming up to the glass window to talk to us.
  3. Loulis is the only chimpanzee in the family who was not cross-fostered (he wasn't raised by humans but rather Washoe and the other chimpanzees). (Web site)
  4. Loulis is the youngest of the family and is Washoe's adopted son.
  5. Loulis was able to acuire the use of ASL from Washoe.


  1. Makaton - a system of signed communication used by and with people who have speech, language or learning difficulties. (Web site)
  2. Makaton is a language programme using signs, speech and symbols to aid communication with adults and children with communication and language difficulties.
  3. Makaton is a sign and symbol system developed for use by adults and children with a varitety of learning disability and communication problems.
  4. Makaton is a signing system developed to help.
  5. Makaton is a unique language programme which may be used as either of the following.

Mon Language

  1. The Mon language is a distant relative of the Khamer (Cambodia) langauge group, having no similarities with Burmese and the .
  2. The Mon language is an Austroasiatic language spoken by the Mon, who live in Myanmar and Thailand.
  3. The Mon language is an Austroasiatic language spoken in Myanmar and Thailand. (Web site)
  4. The Mon language is an Austroasiatic language spoken in Southeast Asia.
  5. The Mon language is part of the Monic Mon-Khmer branch of the Austroasiatic family, related to Vietnamese and Khmer.


  1. PECS are typically introduced using pictures of desired objects (such as food or toys).
  2. PECS is a great tool for helping non-verbal children (such as those with autism) communicate without words.
  3. PECS is a very useful tool in gaining understanding and speech in autistic children. (Web site)
  4. PECS is an expressive communication system for the individual with severe communication impairment. (Web site)
  5. PECS is only for people who don’t speak at all. (Web site)

Sami Languages

  1. The Sami languages are divided into two groups: the western and the eastern ones.
  2. The Sami languages are nowadays official in some Sami territories of Norway, Sweden and Finland, and are taught and learnt at schools and universities.
  3. The Sami languages are related to Finnish.
  4. The Sami languages are relatively closely related, but not mutually intelligible; for instance, speakers of Southern Sami cannot understand Northern Sami.
  5. The Sami languages are spoken by the Sami people advance wars sami living in Lapland in Northern Europe.


  1. Senzar is a language that flows between alphabetic characters, mathematical symbols, and musical notes. (Web site)
  2. Senzar is a mysterious Asiatic language mentioned by Theosophical Society founder Madame Blavatsky, but otherwise unknown to Orientalists.
  3. Senzar is a mystery. (Web site)
  4. Senzar is a symbolic language. (Web site)
  5. Senzar is the one language of the youth of humanity because it is the collection of symbols found worldwide and throughout the ages. (Web site)

Sherpa Language

  1. The Sherpa language is a dialect of Tibetan and is part of the family of languages to which many other Nepali languages belong. (Web site)
  2. The Sherpa language is a dialect of Tibetan, thus it is a part of the Tibeto-Burman language family. (Web site)
  3. The Sherpa language is a dialect of Tibetan; their customs and dress are basically Tibetan and their religion Buddhist.
  4. The Sherpa language is only a spoken language.


  1. Verbosity is a highly respected characteristic in writing.
  2. Verbosity is a disproportion of the schema w.r.t. (Web site)
  3. Verbosity is a fault often alleged against lawyers.
  4. Verbosity is a good thing as long as it is meaningful.
  5. Verbosity is a plus. (Web site)

Abau Language

  1. A document on the phonology of the Abau language.
  2. Abau language Abau is a language of the Papuan family. (Web site)

Aegean Languages

  1. See also Cretan hieroglyphs Linear A Aegean languages - language family to which Eteocretan purportedly belongs.
  2. See also Etruscan civilization Aegean languages - Language family to which Lemnian belongs.

Ahom Language

  1. The Ahom language was spoken by the Ahom people who ruled most of Assam from the 13th century until the British occupation in 1838.

Akkala Sami

  1. Akkala Sami is a Sami language that was spoken in the Sami villages of A--kkel and --u--kksu--l, in the inland parts of the Kola Peninsula in Russia. (Web site)
  2. Akkala Sami is a Sami language that was spoken on the Kola Peninsula in Russia.

Alutor Language

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Anatolian Turkish

  1. In spite of the heavy influence of Islam, in texts written in Anatolian Turkish the number of words of foreign origin is minimal.
  2. Ahmet Fakih, Seyyat Hamza and Yunus Emre adopted the same attitude in their use of ancient Anatolian Turkish, which was in use till 1299. (Web site)
  3. Dialectical differences between Azeri and Anatolian Turkish have been attributed to Mongolian and Turkic influences. (Web site)


  1. Therefore Epicurus regarded prudence as an important virtue and saw things like excess drinking to be contrary to the attainment of ataraxia and aponia.
  2. Epicurus regarded ataraxia (tranquility, freedom from fear) and aponia (absence of pain) combined to be the height of happiness.
  3. Aponia Software, s.r.o. (Web site)


  1. Baisha is a small village 10km north of Lijiang.

Baltic-Finnic Languages

  1. With the Sami languages Baltic-Finnic languages share consonant gradation and the three-way consonant length contrast.
  2. The Izhorian language belongs to the northern group of the Baltic-Finnic languages. (Web site)
  3. Most Baltic-Finnic languages, however, have two grades and only allow stops to undergo gradation.


  1. Bipasha is a cool girl, and I am glad we are a team on this film. (Web site)
  2. Bipasha is a sizzler in my book.
  3. Bipasha is a stunning model with great body language. (Web site)
  4. Bipasha was upset when director Neeraj Vora engaged another artist to dub her voice in "Phir Hera Pheri" without informing her.


  1. The original Welsh Meurics for whom Richard Amerik and perhaps Vespucci Amerigo were named, were Moorish knights in the Brithonic lands in Wales and Europe.
  2. The next line was the Gallic Brithonic which before the end of the 1st Millenium BC had divided into Brithonic and Gallic. (Web site)
  3. The original celtic language of "Scotland" was Brithonic Akin to Welsh and not Erse or Gaelic, which for long periods was referred to as Irish.

Campo Santo

  1. CAMPO SANTO is not a completely successful book in the manner of this highly praised novels.
  2. The latter is emphasized in several of the more scholarly pages of Campo Santo, a posthumous collection of Sebald's criticism and literary journalism.

Chulym Language

  1. Lost in the transition from the spoken word to the written word is the vibrant history and oral traditions encoded in the Middle Chulym language. (Web site)
  2. The Chulym language differs from its nearest related languages (Khakass, Shor, Kamas) in various phonetical and grammatical features. (Web site)
  3. Vanishing Voices is a forthcoming film that features Dr. Harrison's work to document the Chulym language.

Crazy English

  1. Over a decade ago, Li Yang created "crazy English" to motivate ordinary Chinese folk to speak English.
  2. Crazy English - Crazy English is a brand name releated to a untraditional method of learning English in mainland China conceived by Li Yang.
  3. Crazy English seminars, books and audiotapes are in huge demand, as is Li himself. (Web site)

Cuman Language

  1. Cuman language was a Turkic language spoken by the Cumans similar to today's Crimean Tatar language.


  1. The origin of the term "Daco-Romanian" can be traced back to the first printed book of Romanian grammar [2], written by Samuil Micu and Gheorghe --incai.

Deliberate Misspelling

  1. Deliberate misspelling - A Deliberate misspelling is a word that is purposely spelled incorrectly.

Dene-Caucasian Languages

  1. Dene-Caucasian languages is a contraversial (to say the least) grouping of languages.
  2. The Dene-Caucasian languages are largely found in the north; the major.


  1. Derawali is an Indo-European language spoken in western parts of Punjab, Pakistan ; it is a dialect of Saraiki (western Punjabi) language.

Dongxiang Language

  1. The Dongxiang language is a branch of Mongolian, belonging to the Altaic language family.

Enets Language

  1. Enets language - one of the Samoyedic languages . (Web site)

Erzya Language

  1. It is related to the Erzya language, but is quite distinct in its phonetics, vocabulary and grammar.
  2. This article was derived fully or in part from the article Erzya language on Wikipedia.
  3. It is currently written using the Russian Cyrillic alphabet .In Mordovia, it is co-official with Erzya language and Russian.

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