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Alphabet / Alphabet

#1 Cyrillic script

The Cyrillic script ( / s ɪ ˈ r ɪ l ɪ k / sih- RIL -ik ), otherwise known as the Slavonic script or simply the Slavic script , is a writing system used for various languages across Eurasia . It is the designated national script in various Slavic , Turkic , Mongolic , Uralic , Caucasian and Iranic -s

#2 Turkish alphabet

The Turkish alphabet ( Turkish : Türk alfabesi ) is a Latin-script alphabet used for writing the Turkish language , consisting of 29 letters, seven of which ( Ç , Ğ , I , İ , Ö , Ş and Ü ) have been modified from their Latin originals for the phonetic requirements of the language. This alphabet repr

#3 Lontara script

The Lontara script ( ᨒᨚᨈᨑ ), [lower-alpha 1] also known as the Bugis script , Bugis-Makassar script , or Urupu Sulapa’ Eppa’ "four-cornered letters", is one of Indonesia 's traditional scripts developed in the South Sulawesi region. The script is primarily used to write the Buginese language , follo

#4 Ottoman Turkish alphabet

The Ottoman Turkish alphabet ( Ottoman Turkish : الفبا , elifbâ ) is a version of the Arabic script used to write Ottoman Turkish until 1928, when it was replaced by the Latin-based modern Turkish alphabet . Arabic-based script for Ottoman Turkish Ottoman Turkish alphabet Script type Abjad Time peri

#5 Jawi alphabet

Jawi (Jawi: جاوي ‎ ; Kelantan-Pattani : Yawi ; Acehnese : Jawoë ; Malay pronunciation:   [d͡ʒä.wi] ) is a writing system used for writing several languages of Southeast Asia, such as Malay , Acehnese , Banjarese , Kerinci , Minangkabau , Tausūg , Maguindanaon and Ternate . Jawi is based on the Arabi

#6 Uzbek alphabet

The Uzbek language has been written in various scripts: Latin , Cyrillic and Arabic . The language traditionally used Arabic script, but the official Uzbek government under the Soviet Union started to use Cyrillic in 1940, which is when widespread literacy campaigns were initiated by the Soviet gove

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Language / Language

#1 Konkani language

Konkani [note 4] ( Kōṅkaṇī ) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by the Konkani people , primarily along the western coastal region ( Konkan ) of India. It is one of the 22 scheduled languages mentioned in the 8th schedule of the Indian Constitution [9] and the official language of the Indian state of

#2 Bulgarian language

Bulgarian ( / b ʌ l ˈ ɡ ɛər i ə n / ( listen ) , / b ʊ l ˈ -/ bu(u)l- GAIR -ee-ən ; български , bălgarski , pronounced   [ˈbɤɫɡɐrski] ( listen ) ) is a South Slavic language spoken in Southeastern Europe , primarily in Bulgaria . It is the language of the Bulgarians . South Slavic language Not to be

#3 Irish language

Irish ( Standard Irish : Gaeilge ), also known as Gaelic , [8] [9] [10] is a Goidelic language of the Insular Celtic branch of the Celtic language family , which is a part of the Indo-European language family . [9] [1] [3] [11] [8] Irish is indigenous to the island of Ireland [12] and was the popula

#4 Brazilian Portuguese

Brazilian Portuguese ( português do Brasil , [poɾtuˈɡez du bɾaˈziw] or português brasileiro [poɾtuˈɡez bɾaziˈlejɾu] or also português sul americano ) is the set of dialects of the Portuguese language native to Brazil and the most influential form of Portuguese worldwide. [4] [5] It is spoken by almo

#5 Biate language

Biate is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Biate people in several parts of Northeast India : in Meghalaya , Assam , Mizoram , Manipur and Tripura . [2] Biate is pronounced as Bia-te (the e in te pronounced as "a"). Biate Region India Ethnicity Biate Native speakers (19,000 cited 1997 ) (approxi

#6 Kurdish languages

Kurdish ( Kurdî , کوردی ) is a language or a group of languages spoken by Kurds in the geo-cultural region of Kurdistan and the Kurdish diaspora . Kurdish constitutes a dialect continuum , [12] belonging to Western Iranian languages in the Indo-European language family . The main three dialects or l

#7 Philippine English

Philippine English (similar and related to American English ) is any variety of English native to the Philippines , including those used by the media and the vast majority of educated Filipinos and English learners in the Philippines from adjacent Asian countries. English is taught in schools as one

#8 Uzbek language

Uzbek ( Oʻzbekcha, Oʻzbek tili or Ўзбекча, Ўзбек тили ), formerly known as Turki or Western Turki , is a Turkic language spoken by Uzbeks . The sole official language of Uzbekistan , Uzbek is spoken as either native or second language by 44 million people around the world (L1+L2), having some 34 mil

#9 Ukrainian Sign Language

Ukrainian Sign Language (USL) ( Ukrainian : Українська жестова мова (УЖМ) ) is the sign language of the deaf community of Ukraine . [2] Ukrainian Sign Language belongs to the family of French sign languages . [ citation needed ] Worldwide awareness of Ukrainian Sign Language rose sharply in 2014 aft

#10 Norwegian Sign Language

Norwegian Sign Language , or NSL ( Norwegian Bokmål : norsk tegnspråk or Nynorsk : norsk teiknspråk , NTS ), is the principal sign language in Norway . There are many sign language organizations and some television programs broadcast in NSL in Norway. The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation airs Nyhe

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Researcher / Researcher

#1 Fausto Veranzio

Fausto Veranzio [2] [3] ( Latin : Faustus Verantius ; Croatian : Faust Vrančić ; Hungarian and Vernacular Latin : Verancsics Faustus ; [4] [5] c. 1551 – 20 January 1617) [6] was a polymath and bishop from Šibenik , then part of the Republic of Venice . Venetian polymath and bishop This article has m

#2 Terence Frederick Mitchell

Terence Frederick Mitchell (3 May 1919 – 1 January 2007), commonly known as T. F. Mitchell , was a British linguist and Professor of Linguistics and Phonetics at the University of Leeds . British linguist

#3 Moha Ennaji

Moha Ennaji (موحى الناجي); is a Moroccan linguist , author, political critic, and civil society activist. He is a university professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University [1] at Fes , where he has worked for over 30 years. In addition to his p

#4 Miller Williams

Stanley Miller Williams (April 8, 1930   – January 1, 2015) was an American contemporary poet, as well as a translator and editor. He produced over 25 books and won several awards for his poetry. His accomplishments were chronicled in Arkansas Biography . He is perhaps best known for reading a poem

#5 Shaban Demiraj

Shaban Demiraj (1920–2014) was an Albanian albanologist , linguist, professor at the University of Tirana from 1972–1990, [1] and chairman of the Academy of Sciences of Albania during the period of 1993-1997. [2] [3] [4] Albanian linguist This article may be expanded with text translated from the co

#6 Sardar Mohammad Khan

Sardar Mohammad Khan (1 January 1915 – 26 May 1998), also known as "SMK", was a Pakistani researcher of linguistics . [1] [2] Pakistani researcher of linguistics Sardar Muhammad Khan

#7 Eric Nave

Captain Eric Nave OBE (18 March 1899 – 23 June 1993) was an Australian cryptographer and intelligence officer in the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and Royal Navy , noted for his work with joint Allied intelligence units during World War II . He served in the navy from 1916 to 1949, then served as an o

#8 Håkon Melberg

Håkon Melberg (January 1, 1911 – November 4, 1990) was one of Norway 's foremost linguists . He knew 42 languages and could communicate in an additional 20. [ citation needed ] Norwegian linguist Håkon Melberg Born ( 1911-01-01 ) January 1, 1911 Halden , Norway Died November 4, 1990 (1990-11-04) (ag

#9 Abbasgulu Bakikhanov

Abbasgulu agha Bakikhanov [lower-alpha 1] ( Azerbaijani : Abbasqulu ağa Bakıxanov ) (21 June 1794, Amirjan – 31 May 1847, Wadi Fatima, near Jeddah ), Abbas Qoli Bakikhanov , [3] [lower-alpha 2] or Abbas-Qoli ibn Mirza Mohammad (Taghi) Khan Badkubi [4] was an Azerbaijani writer, historian, journalist

#10 Juan Gabriel Vásquez

Juan Gabriel Vásquez (born in Bogotá on January 1, 1973) is a Colombian writer, journalist and translator. Regarded as one of the most important Latin American novelists working today, he is the author of seven novels, two volumes of stories and two books of literary essays, as well as hundreds of p

#11 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

#12 Joseph Finnegan (cryptographer)

Joseph Finnegan (August 12, 1905 [1] [2] – September 8, 1980) was a United States Navy linguist and cryptanalyst with Station Hypo during the Second World War . American cryptographer For the Irish judge, see Joseph Finnegan (Irish jurist) . This article needs additional citations for verification .

#13 Parvaneh Milani

Parvaneh Milani ( Persian : پروانه میلانی , 1942 – January 1, 2015 [1] ) was a self-educated Iranian poet, author, translator, human rights activist, a member of the Writers Association of Iran and a recipient of Gwangju Prize for Human Rights . Iranian poet, author, translator, and human eights act

#14 Sándor Kőrösi Csoma

Sándor Csoma de Kőrös ( Hungarian:   [ˈʃaːndor ˈkøːrøʃi ˈt͡ʃomɒ] ; born Sándor Csoma ; 27 March 1784/8 [1]   – 11 April 1842) was a Hungarian philologist and Orientalist, author of the first Tibetan – English dictionary and grammar book. He was called Phyi-glin-gi-grwa-pa in Tibetan, meaning " the f

#15 Rafael Díez de la Cortina y Olaeta

Rafael Díez de la Cortina y Olaeta, 1st Count of Olaeta (1859–1939) was a Spanish - American linguist . Globally he is recognized as the first person to introduce sound recording into the teaching of foreign languages; he used it when operating his New-York-based company, Cortina Academy of Language

#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 Ranko Bugarski

Ranko Bugarski ( Serbian Cyrillic : Ранко Бугарски ) is a Serbian linguist , academic and author. Serbian linguist, academic and author Ranko Bugarski Ranko Bugarski (2014) Born ( 1933-01-01 ) 1 January 1933 (age 89) Sarajevo , Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina ) Relatives Vesna Bugarski (siste

#18 Iman Xin Chemjong

Iman Xin Chemjong Limbu or Iman Singh Chemjong Limbu : was a Limbu historian, writer, linguist , lexicographer , folklorist and philosopher of Nepal . Chemjong devoted his entire life to studying and documenting various facets of Kirat Limbu tradition and culture at a time when such activities were

#19 Janet Mathews

Janet Elizabeth Mathews , née Russell , (18 January 1914 – 1 January 1992) was an Australian pianist, music teacher , and documenter of Aboriginal music, language and culture in New South Wales , who added greatly to the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies (AIAS, now AIATSIS) archives. She co

#20 Nicolae Crevedia

Nicolae Crevedia (born Niculae Ion Cârstea ; December 7, 1902 – November 5, 1978) was a Romanian journalist, poet and novelist, father of the writer-politician Eugen Barbu . Of Muntenian peasant roots, which shaped his commitment to agrarian and then far-right politics, as well as his dialectal poet

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