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langs: 31 декабря [ru] / december 31 [en] / 31. dezember [de] / 31 décembre [fr] / 31 dicembre [it] / 31 de diciembre [es]

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Alphabet / Alphabet


#1 Hanja

Hanja ( Korean :   한자 ; Hanja: 漢字 , Korean pronunciation:   [ha(ː)nt͈ɕa] ), alternatively known as Hancha , is the Korean name for a traditional writing system which consists of Chinese characters ( Chinese : 漢字 ; pinyin : hànzì ) [1] that has been incorporated and used as early as the Gojoseon peri


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Language / Language


#1 Tuvan language

Tuvan (Tuvan: тыва дыл , tyva dyl , [tʰɯˈʋa tɯl] ) is a Turkic language spoken in the Republic of Tuva in South-Central Siberia in Russia . The language has borrowed a great number of roots from the Mongolian language , Tibetan and the Russian language . There are small diaspora groups of Tuvan peop

#2 Filipino language

Filipino ( English: / ˌ f ɪ l ɪ ˈ p iː n oʊ / ( listen ) ; [4] Wikang Filipino , [wɪˈkɐŋ ˌfiːliˈpiːno] ), is an Austronesian language . It is the national language ( Wikang pambansa / Pambansang wika ) of the Philippines , and one of the two official languages of the country, with English . [5] It i

#3 Korean Sign Language

Korean Sign Language or KSL ( Korean :   한국 수화 언어 ; Hanja :   韓國 手話言語 ; RR :   Hanguk Suhwa Eoneo or 한국 수어 ; 韓國手語 ; Hanguk Sueo ) is a sign language used for deaf communities of South Korea under the North-South Korean border. It is often referred to simply as 수화 ; 手話 ; suhwa , which means signing i

#4 Itzgründisch dialect

Itzgründisch is an East Franconian dialect, which is spoken in the eponymous Itz Valley (German: Itzgrund ) and its tributaries of Grümpen, Effelder, Röthen/Röden, Lauter, Füllbach and Rodach, the valleys of the Neubrunn , Biber and the upper Werra and in the valley of Steinach. In the small languag


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Researcher / Researcher


#1 Frederic Baraga

Irenaeus Frederic Baraga (June 29, 1797   – January 19, 1868; Slovene : Irenej Friderik Baraga ) was a Slovenian Roman Catholic missionary to the United States and a grammarian by and author of Christian poetry and hymns in Native American languages. He became the first bishop of the Roman Catholic

#2 Cyrus Byington

Cyrus Byington (March 11, 1793 – December 31, 1868) was a Christian missionary from Massachusetts who began working with the Choctaw in Mississippi in 1821. Although he had been trained as a lawyer, he abandoned law as a career and became a minister affiliated with the American Board of Commissioner

#3 Vaja Gigashvili

Vaja Gigashvili ( IPA:   [vɑʒɑ ɡiɡɑʃvili] ; Georgian : ვაჟა გიგაშვილი ; (October 15, 1936 — December 31, 2017) was a Georgian writer and playwright. Georgian writer and playwright Vaja Gigashvili Gigashvili in 2015 Born Vaja Gigashvili ( 1936-10-15 ) October 15, 1936 Tbilisi , Georgia Died December

#4 Samuel Ajayi Crowther

Samuel Ajayi Crowther ( c.   1809 –31 December 1891), was a Nigerian linguist, clergyman, and the first African Anglican bishop of West Africa . Born in Osogun (in what is now Ado-Awaye , Oyo State , Nigeria), he and his family were captured by slave raiders when he was about twelve years old. [2] T

#5 Viktor Vinogradov

Viktor Vladimirovich Vinogradov ( Russian : Ви́ктор Влади́мирович Виногра́дов ; 12 January 1895 [ O.S. 31 December 1894 ] – 4 October 1969) was a Soviet linguist and philologist who presided over Soviet linguistics after World War II . Soviet linguist and philologist

#6 Johannes P. Louw

Johannes Petrus Louw (31 December 1932 – 23 December 2011) was the editor of the Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament Based on Semantic Domains ( UBS , 1988, with Eugene Nida ); he also developed an approach to linguistics which became known as South African Discourse Analysis. [2] This articl

#7 Sture Allén

Sture Allén (31 December 1928 – 20 June 2022) [1] [2] was a Swedish professor of computational linguistics at the University of Gothenburg , who was the permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy between 1986 and 1999. Born in Gothenburg , he was elected to chair 3 of the Swedish Academy in 1980. [3

#8 Costache Aristia

Costache or Kostake Aristia ( Romanian pronunciation:   [kosˈtake arisˈti.a] ; born Constantin Chiriacos Aristia ; Greek : Κωνσταντίνος Κυριάκος Αριστίας , Konstantinos Kyriakos Aristias ; transitional Cyrillic : Коⲛстантiⲛꙋ Aрiстia, Constantinŭ Aristia ; 1800 – 18 April 1880) was a Wallachian -born

#9 Helen Adolf

Dr. Helen Adolf (December 31, 1895 – December 13, 1998) was an Austrian –American linguist and literature scholar. Austrian-American linguist and literature scholar. Helen Adolf Born December 31, 1895 Died December 13, 1998 (1998-12-13) (aged   102) Occupation Poet, linguist , writer

#10 Justin Perkins

Justin Perkins (March 5, 1805 – December 31, 1869) was an American Presbyterian missionary and linguist . He was the first citizen of the United States to reside in Iran (formally Qajar Iran ). He became known for his work among the people there as an "apostle to Persia ," according to publications

#11 Ananda Chandra Barua

Ananda Chandra Barua (1907–1983) was a writer, poet, playwright, translator, journalist and actor from Assam . [1] [2] [3] He is popularly known as Bokulbonor Kobi (বকুলবনৰ কবি) in Assamese literacy society. [4] He was honoured with, most notably the Padma Shri title and Sahitya Akademi award. Write

#12 Johannes Sass

Johannes Sass (also in German: Saß ) born ( 1889-09-04 ) 4 September 1889 in Hamburg, died ( 1971-12-31 ) 31 December 1971 ) was a linguist who specialized in the Low German language. He obtained his doctorate in 1926 from the University of Hamburg . This article does not cite any sources . ( July 2

#13 Olivia Knight

Olivia Knight (29 September 1828? – 2 June 1908) also known as Mrs Hope Connolly was an Irish-Australian poet, essayist, translator and teacher. She also published under the names "Thomasine" and "Celtica". Irish poet Olivia Knight Born ( 1828-09-29 ) 29 September 1828 Rathbawn, Castlebar , County M

#14 Li Rong (linguist)

Li Rong (4 February 1920 – 31 December 2002) was a Chinese linguist known for his work on Chinese dialectology . He was director of the Institute of Linguistics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences from 1982 to 1985, [1] and editor of the Language Atlas of China and the Great Dictionary of Mode

#15 Aravind Joshi

Aravind Krishna Joshi (August 5, 1929 – December 31, 2017) was the Henry Salvatori Professor of Computer and Cognitive Science in the computer science department of the University of Pennsylvania . Joshi defined the tree-adjoining grammar formalism which is often used in computational linguistics an

#16 Mărgărita Miller-Verghy

Mărgărita Miller-Verghy ( Romanian pronunciation:   [mərɡəˈrita ˈmiler ˈverɡi] ; first name also Margareta , surname also Miller-Verghi , Miller-Vergy ; full name also Marg. M-V. ; January 1, 1865 – December 31, 1953) was a Romanian socialite and author, also known as a schoolteacher, journalist, cr

#17 Joel Carmichael

Joel Carmichael (December 31, 1915 – January 27, 2006) was an American historian, magazine editor, and translator. American historian Joel Carmichael Born Joel Lipsky ( 1915-12-31 ) December 31, 1915 New York City Died January 27, 2006 (2006-01-27) (aged   90) Manhattan Occupation historian, magazin

#18 Francisco J. Santamaría

Francisco Javier Santamaría (September 10, 1886 in Cacaos in Jalapa Municipality , Tabasco – March 1, 1963 in Veracruz , Veracruz ) was an influential Mexican writer and politician who is best remembered for his contributions to the study of Mexican literature and lexicography ; he variously worked

#19 James Burnett, Lord Monboddo

James Burnett, Lord Monboddo (baptised 25 October 1714; died 26 May 1799) was a Scottish judge, scholar of linguistic evolution , philosopher and deist . He is most famous today as a founder of modern comparative historical linguistics . [1] In 1767 he became a judge in the Court of Session . For ot

#20 Robert Hetzron

Robert Hetzron , born Herzog (31 December 1938, Budapest – 12 August 1997, Santa Barbara, California ), was a Hungarian-born linguist known for his work on the comparative study of Afro-Asiatic languages , as well as for his study of Cushitic and Ethiopian Semitic languages . [1] Hungarian linguist


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