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langs: 29 декабря [ru] / december 29 [en] / 29. dezember [de] / 29 décembre [fr] / 29 dicembre [it] / 29 de diciembre [es]

days: december 26 / december 27 / december 28 / december 29 / december 30 / december 31 / january 1


Alphabet / Alphabet


#1 Tajik alphabet

The Tajik language has been written in three alphabets over the course of its history: an adaptation of the Perso-Arabic script , an adaptation of the Latin script and an adaptation of the Cyrillic script . Any script used specifically for Tajik may be referred to as the Tajik alphabet , which is wr


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#1 Akkala Sámi

Akkala Sámi was a Sámi language spoken in the Sámi villages of A´kkel ( Russian : Бабинский ; Finnish : Akkala ), Ču´kksuâl ( Russian: Экостровский ) and Sââ´rvesjäu´rr ( Russian: Гирвасозеро ; Finnish: Hirvasjärvi ), in the inland parts of the Kola Peninsula in Russia . Formerly erroneously regarde


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#1 José Rizal

José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda [7] ( Spanish:   [xoˈse riˈsal] , Tagalog:   [hoˈse riˈsal] ; June 19, 1861 – December 30, 1896) was a Filipino nationalist , writer and polymath active at the end of the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines. He is considered the national hero ( pa

#2 Józef Łobodowski

Józef Stanisław Łobodowski (born 1909, Pruwiszki – died 1988 Madrid ) was a Polish poet and political thinker . Polish poet and political thinker Józef Łobodowski Łobodowski in 1938 Born ( 1909-03-19 ) 19 March 1909 Purwiszki , Partitioned Poland Died 18 April 1988 (1988-04-18) (aged   79) Madrid ,

#3 Júlia Szendrey

Júlia Szendrey (29 December 1828 – 6 September 1868) was a Hungarian poet, writer and translator, most known as the wife of celebrated Hungarian poet Sándor Petőfi . [3] The native form of this personal name is Szendrey Júlia .   This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals. Júli

#4 Hermann Paul

Hermann Otto Theodor Paul (August 7, 1846, Salbke – December 29, 1921, Munich ) was a German philologist , linguist and lexicographer . German philologist Hermann Paul Born ( 1846-08-07 ) 7 August 1846 Magdeburg , Germany Died 29 December 1921 (1921-12-29) (aged   75) Munich , Germany Nationality Ge

#5 Abilbek Nurmagambetov

Abilbek Nurmagambetov ( Kazakh : Әбілбек Нұрмағамбетов, Russian : Абильбек Нурмагамбе́тов; 29 December 1927 – 19 September 1998) was a Soviet and Kazakh linguist- etymologist . [1] Soviet-Kazakh linguist and etymologist

#6 Richard Francis Burton

Sir Richard Francis Burton KCMG FRGS ( / ˈ b ɜːr t ən / ; 19 March 1821 – 20 October 1890) was a British explorer, writer, scholar, and soldier. He was famed for his travels and explorations in Asia, Africa, and the Americas, as well as his extraordinary knowledge of languages and cultures. Accordin

#7 Oswald Szemerényi

Oswald John Louis Szemerényi , FBA ( Hungarian pronunciation:   [ˈsɛmɛreːɲi] ; 7 September 1913 in London – 29 December 1996 in Freiburg ) was a Hungarian Indo-Europeanist with strong interests in comparative linguistics in general. Hungarian linguist Oswald Szemerényi

#8 Ben Jonson

Benjamin Jonson (c. 11 June 1572 – c. 16 August 1637) [2] was an English playwright and poet. Jonson's artistry exerted a lasting influence upon English poetry and stage comedy. He popularised the comedy of humours ; he is best known for the satirical plays Every Man in His Humour [3] (1598), Volpon

#9 Ezekiel Cheever

Ezekiel Cheever (1614–1708) was a schoolmaster , and the author of "probably the earliest American school book", Accidence , A Short Introduction to the Latin Tongue . [1] Upon his death, it was said that " New England [had] never known a better teacher." [2] He has been called "the chief representa

#10 Solomon Adlivankin

Solomon Juryevich (correct: Uravich) Adlivankin ( Russian: Соломóн Ю́рьевич (correct: У́равич) Адливáнкин , Russian pronunciation:   [səlɐˈmon ˈurʲɪvʲɪtɕ ɐdʲlʲɪˈvankʲɪn] ) was a Soviet linguist , the Dean of philological faculty at Perm State University (1967–1971), the author of handbooks on Old Sl

#11 Alexander Samoylovich

Alexander Nikolaevich Samoylovich ( Russian : Алекса́ндр Никола́евич Самойло́вич , 1880–1938) was a Russian Orientalist - Turkologist who served as a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (1929), Rector of the Leningrad Oriental Institute (1922–1925), academic secretary of the Humanities Branch of

#12 Otto Stoll

Otto Stoll (29 December 1849 in Frauenfeld – 18 August 1922 in Zürich ) was a Swiss linguist and ethnologist . Swiss linguist and ethnologist (1849–1922) Otto Stoll (1849–1922) Otto Stoll was a professor of ethnology and geography at the University of Zurich who specialized in research of Mayan lang

#13 Nadiya Babych

Nadiya Denisovna Babych ( Ukrainian : Бабич Надія Денисівна ; 29 December 1943 – 12 April 2021) was a Ukrainian linguist, journalist, and philologist. A faculty member of her Alma mater, Chernivtsi University , she was the author of approximately 280 texts (prefaces to publications, scientific artic

#14 Ovid Densusianu

Ovid Densusianu ( Romanian pronunciation:   [oˈvid densuʃiˈanu] ; also known under his pen name Ervin ; 29 December 1873, Făgăraș – 9 June 1938, Bucharest ) was a Romanian poet, philologist , linguist , folklorist , literary historian and critic, chief of a poetry school, university professor and jo

#15 Geoffrey O'Grady

Geoffrey O'Grady (1 January 1928 -29 December 2008) was a professor Emeritus of linguistics whose primary field of specialisation was Australian Aboriginal languages .

#16 William Baer (writer)

William Baer (born December 29, 1948) is an American writer, editor, translator, and academic. He has been the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship , a Fulbright (Portugal), and a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts . American poet William Baer Born December 29, 1948

#17 Linda Chen

Linda Chen ( Chinese : 陳蒙鶴 ; also known as Linda Chen Mock Hock or Linda Chen Mong Hock ; 1928 – 29 December 2002) was a Chinese-born, Singaporean linguist, writer, feminist and businesswoman. Having immigrated from China as a young child, Chen learned Chinese, English, and Malay and used her lingui


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