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langs: 18 декабря [ru] / december 18 [en] / 18. dezember [de] / 18 décembre [fr] / 18 dicembre [it] / 18 de diciembre [es]

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Alphabet / Alphabet

#1 Deseret alphabet

The Deseret alphabet ( / ˌ d ɛ z ə ˈ r ɛ t / ( listen ) ; [1] Deseret: 𐐔𐐯𐑅𐐨𐑉𐐯𐐻 or 𐐔𐐯𐑆𐐲𐑉𐐯𐐻 ) is a phonemic English-language spelling reform developed between 1847 and 1854 by the board of regents of the University of Deseret under the leadership of Brigham Young , the second president of The Church o

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Language / Language

#1 Naʼvi language

The Naʼvi language (Naʼvi: Lìʼfya leNaʼvi ) is a fictional constructed language made for the 2009 film Avatar . The Naʼvi are the sapient humanoid indigenous inhabitants of the moon Pandora. The language was created by Paul Frommer , a professor at the USC Marshall School of Business with a doctorat

#2 Esperanto

Esperanto ( / ˌ ɛ s p ə ˈ r ɑː n t oʊ / or / ˌ ɛ s p ə ˈ r æ n t oʊ / ) [5] [6] is the world's most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language . Created by Warsaw -based ophthalmologist L. L. Zamenhof in 1887, it was intended to be a universal second language for international commun

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Researcher / Researcher

#1 Gertrude M. Laing

Gertrude M. Laing, OC (1905-2005) was a Canadian academic and activist. She served as the only woman on the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism Commission . <100>Canadian academic and activist

#2 Katja Špur

Katja Špur (20 November 1908 – 18 December 1991) was a Yugoslav journalist, writer, poet and translator. She wrote poetry, children's books and contributed articles to numerous journals, newspapers and children's magazines. [1] She won the Levstik Award for her journalistic work in 1949. [2] Katja Š

#3 Johannes Hendricus van der Palm

Johannes Hendricus [1] van der Palm (17 July 1763 – 8 September 1840) was a Dutch Assyriologist , linguist , professor of (i) oriental languages and Hebrew antiquities and (ii) sacred poetry and rhetoric at Leiden University , educationist , theologian , Dutch Reformed Church minister , Bible transl

#4 Christopher Fry

Christopher Fry (18 December 1907 – 30 June 2005) was an English poet and playwright . He is best known for his verse dramas, especially The Lady's Not for Burning , which made him a major force in theatre in the 1940s and 1950s. [1] English poet and playwright For the South African politician, see

#5 Dymphna Clark

Hilma Dymphna Clark (née Lodewyckx; 18 December 1916 – 12 May 2000), was an Australian linguist and educator. She was married to the historian Manning Clark . [1] Australian language scholar Dymphna Clark Born Hilma Dymphna Lodewyckx ( 1916-12-18 ) 18 December 1916 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Die

#6 Peter Hebblethwaite

Peter Hebblethwaite (30 September 1930 – 18 December 1994) was a British Jesuit priest and writer. After leaving the priesthood , he became an editor, journalist (' Vaticanologist ') and biographer. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( January 2013 ) Not to be confused with P

#7 Ben Zimmer

Benjamin Zimmer (born 1971) [1] is an American linguist , lexicographer , and language commentator. He is a language columnist for The Wall Street Journal and contributing editor for The Atlantic . He was formerly a language columnist for The Boston Globe and The New York Times Magazine , and editor

#8 Razia Sajjad Zaheer

Razia Sajjad Zaheer (15 October 1918, Ajmer – 18 December 1979, Delhi ) was an Indian writer in the Urdu language , a translator, and a prominent member of the Progressive Writers Association. She won the Uttar Pradesh Sahitya Akademi Award as well as the Soviet Land Nehru Award. Indian writer Razia

#9 Noam Chomsky

Avram Noam Chomsky [lower-alpha 1] (born December 7, 1928) is an American linguist , philosopher, cognitive scientist , historical essayist, [lower-alpha 2] [lower-alpha 3] social critic , and political activist. Sometimes called "the father of modern linguistics", [lower-alpha 4] Chomsky is also a

#10 Sextil Pușcariu

Sextil Iosif Pușcariu (4 January 1877 – 5 May 1948) was an Austro-Hungarian -born Romanian linguist and philologist, also known for his involvement in administrative and party politics. A native of Brașov educated in France and Germany, he was active in Transylvania 's cultural life and worked as a

#11 Abdul Jabbar Junejo

Dr. Abdul Jabbar Junejo (26 November 1935 – 12 July 2011) was a Sindhi writer, poet, novelist, story-writer, critic, linguist, historian and musicologist of Sindh , Pakistan . Abdul Jabbar Junejo Dr. Abdul Jabbar Junejo Native name عبدالجبار جوڻيجو Born Abdul Jabbar Junejo ( 1935-11-26 ) 26 November

#12 Kazimierz Rymut

Kazimierz Rymut (18 December 1935 in Chechły near Ropczyce - 14 November 2006 in Kraków ) was a Polish linguist . His area of expertise was the etymology of towns and geographical features in Poland. Polish linguist

#13 Alexander Adam

Alexander Adam (24 June 1741   – 18 December 1809) was a Scottish teacher and writer on Roman antiquities. Scottish teacher and writer Alexander Adam.

#14 Pranas Skardžius

Pranas Skardžius (26 March 1899 – 18 December 1975) was a Lithuanian linguist . Together with Antanas Salys   [ lt ] , Skardžius was the first and most prominent linguist who matured in independent Lithuania. [2] Lithuanian linguist, academic Pranas Skardžius Lithuanian postage stamp issued in 1999

#15 Bae Suah

Bae Suah (born 1965) is a South Korean author and translator. [2] South Korean author and translator Bae Suah Born 1965 (age   56 – 57) Jung-gu , Seoul, South Korea [1] Occupation Author, translator Language Korean , German Nationality South Korean Genre Fiction Signature Bae Suah Hangul 배 수아 Hanja

#16 Marron Curtis Fort

Marron Curtis Fort (October 24, 1938 – December 18, 2019) was an American-born German linguist and professor who specialized in the study of Saterland Frisian and Low German (Plattdeutsch) spoken in northern Germany. Fort was a German citizen and lived in Leer . Fort's work in print and appearances

#17 Charles Berlitz

Charles Frambach Berlitz (November 22, 1913 – December 18, 2003) was an American polyglot , language teacher [1] and writer, known for his language-learning courses and his books on paranormal phenomena. American polyglot Charles Berlitz Charles Berlitz (right) with Antonio Las Heras ("Pájaro de Fue

#18 Fernando Pessoa

Fernando António Nogueira Pessoa ( Portuguese:   [fɨɾˈnɐ̃du pɨˈsoɐ] ; 13 June 1888 – 30 November 1935) was a Portuguese poet , writer , literary critic , translator , publisher , and philosopher , described as one of the most significant literary figures of the 20th century and one of the greatest p

#19 Keng Vannsak

Keng Vannsak ( Khmer : កេង វ៉ាន់សាក់ , Kéng Vănsăk [keːŋ ʋansak] ; 19 September 1925 – 18 December 2008) was a Cambodian scholar, philosopher and Khmer linguist. He invented the Khmer typewriter keyboard in 1952. [2] He lived in exile in Paris, France, from 1970 until his death in 2008. He died at t

#20 Cathrine Fabricius Hansen

Cathrine Fabricius-Hansen (born December 18, 1942) [1] is a Danish-born Norwegian Germanist . She is a professor of German studies at the University of Oslo ; she originally taught in the Department of Germanic Studies, which is now part of the merged Department of Literature, Area Studies, and Euro

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