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Alphabet / Alphabet


#1 Nepalese scripts

Nepalese scripts ( Nepal Lipi : 𑐣𑐾𑐥𑐵𑐮 𑐁𑐏𑐮, Devanagari : नेपाल आखल) are alphabetic writing systems employed historically in Nepal Mandala by the indigenous Newars for primarily writing Nepal Bhasa . It is also used for transcribing Sanskrit and Pali . [2] There are also some claims they have also bee

#2 Pracalit script

Prachalit Nepal script is a type of abugida script developed from the Nepalese scripts , which are a part of the family of Brahmic scripts descended from Brahmi script . It is used to write Nepal Bhasa , Sanskrit and Pali . Various publications are still published in this script including the Sikkim


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Language / Language


#1 Abenaki language

Abenaki ( Eastern: Alənαpαtəwéwαkan, Western: Alnôbaôdwawôgan ) is an endangered Algonquian language of Quebec and the northern states of New England . The language has Eastern and Western forms which differ in vocabulary and phonology and are sometimes considered distinct languages. Algonquian lang

#2 Shetland dialect

Shetland dialect (also variously known as Shetlandic ; [3] broad or auld Shetland or Shaetlan ; [4] and referred to as Modern Shetlandic Scots (MSS) by some linguists) is a dialect of Insular Scots spoken in Shetland , an archipelago to the north of mainland Scotland . It is derived from the Scots d

#3 Tunisian Arabic

Tunisian Arabic , or simply Tunisian , is a set of dialects of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Tunisia . [4] It is known among its over 11 million speakers as: تونسي , romanized:   Tounsi [ˈtuːnsi] ( listen ) , "Tunisian" [5] or Derja "everyday language" to distinguish it from Modern Standard Arabic , the


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Researcher / Researcher


#1 Snježana Kordić

Snježana Kordić ( pronounced   [sɲěʒana kôːrditɕ] ( listen ) ; born 29 October 1964) [1] is a Croatian linguist . [3] In addition to her work in syntax , she has written on sociolinguistics . [2] Kordić is known among non-specialists for numerous articles against the puristic and prescriptive langua

#2 Robert Caldwell

Robert Caldwell (7 May 1814 – 28 August 1891) was a missionary for London Missionary Society . He arrived in India at age 24, studied the local language to spread the word of Bible in a vernacular language, studies that led him to author a text on comparative grammar of the South Indian languages. I

#3 Prasert na Nagara

Prasert na Nagara ( Thai : ประเสริฐ ณ นคร , RTGS :   Prasoet Na Nakhon , pronounced [prā.sɤ̀ːt náʔ ná(ʔ).kʰɔ̄ːn] ; 21 March 1919 – 7 May 2019) [1] was a Thai scholar. Best known for his studies of ancient Thai inscriptions, he was formally trained in engineering and statistics, subjects which he tau

#4 Hilario Barrero

Hilario Barrero (born 1948) is a Spanish writer, translator, professor and poet. He also is a columnist with Fifth Column in The New York Times . Spanish writer, translator, professor and poet Hilario Barrero Born 1948 (age   73 – 74) Toledo , Castile-La Mancha, Spain Occupation Writer, translator,

#5 Georgiy Gongadze

Georgiy Ruslanovych Gongadze [lower-alpha 1] (21 May 1969 – 17 September 2000) [1] was a Georgian - Ukrainian journalist and film director who was kidnapped and murdered in 2000 near Kyiv. He founded the internet newspaper Ukrainska Pravda along with Olena Prytula in 2000. Georgian-born Ukrainian jo

#6 John R. Ross

John Robert " Haj " Ross (born May 7, 1938) is an American poet and linguist . He played a part in the development of generative semantics (as opposed to interpretive semantics ) along with George Lakoff , James D. McCawley , and Paul Postal . [2] He was a professor of linguistics at MIT from 1966–1

#7 Herrmann Jungraithmayr

Herrmann Rudolf Jungraithmayr (born May 7, 1931 in Eferding , Upper Austria ) is an Austrian Africanist and retired university professor. Until 1996, he was the chair of African linguistics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main , Germany . Austrian Africanist and writer This

#8 Innocent of Alaska

Saint Innocent of Alaska (August 26, 1797 – March 31, 1879, O.S.), also known as Saint Innocent Metropolitan of Moscow ( Russian : Святитель Иннокентий Митрополит Московский ) was a Russian Orthodox missionary priest , then the first Orthodox bishop and archbishop in the Americas, and finally the Me

#9 Matthias Castrén

Matthias Alexander Castrén (2 December 1813 – 7 May 1852) was a Finnish Swedish ethnologist and philologist who was a pioneer in the study of the Uralic languages . He was an educator, author and linguist at the University of Helsinki . Castrén is best known for his research in the linguistics and e

#10 Sigurd Wettenhovi-Aspa

Georg Sigurd Wettenhovi-Aspa [ needs IPA ] (born. Wetterhoff-Asp , 7 May 1870 – 18 February 1946) was a Finnish multiartist: painter , sculptor , writer , and a pseudo-linguist. [1] He is best known for his fantastical theories about the past of the Finnish people , whom he believed to have descende

#11 Valerian Borisovich Aptekar

Valerian Borisovich Aptekar (Russian: Валериа́н Бори́сович Апте́карь, 24 October 1899 – 29 July 1937) was a Russian linguist and a propagandist of Nicholas Marr 's New Theory of Language. In 1937, he was accused of anti-Soviet activity, arrested and shot. [1] Valerian Borisovich Aptekar Born 24 Octo

#12 Fernand Lechanteur

Fernand Léon Auguste Lechanteur (known as Gires-Ganne; 20 June 1910 Agon-Coutainville – 7 May 1971 Caen ) was a French poet, ethnologist and linguist from Normandy . French poet, linguist, and ethnologist This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French . (A

#13 Ferenc Kazinczy

Ferenc Kazinczy (in older English: Francis Kazinczy , [1] October 27, 1759 – August 23, 1831) was a Hungarian author, poet, translator, neologist , an agent in the regeneration of the Hungarian language and literature at the turn of the 19th century. [2] Today his name is connected with the extensiv

#14 Aisha Al Kaabi

Aisha Khalaf Al Kaabi ( Arabic : عائشة الكعبي ) (born 8 May 1973) is an Emirati poet, short story writer, artist, and translator. She has been a member of Emirates Writers Union since 1997. She won the Emirates Women Award in Literature and Art in 2011 for her book No Consolation for House Cats . [1

#15 William B. McGregor

William Bernard McGregor (born 1952) is an Australian linguist and professor in linguistics at Aarhus University . [1] He specializes in the description of mainly non-Pama-Nyungan Australian languages and does descriptive linguistic work on Gooniyandi , Nyulnyul and Warrwa , but also studies the Shu

#16 Velta Ruke-Dravina

Velta Ruke-Dravina ( Velta Rūķe-Draviņa ; 25 January 1917 – 7 May 2003) was a Latvian-born Swedish linguist and folklorist , as well as a professor in Baltic languages at Stockholm University . Ruke-Dravina's research interests included children's language, language contact , and dialectology . Her

#17 Nikolay Zabolotsky

Nikolay Alekseyevich Zabolotsky ( Russian : Никола́й Алексе́евич Заболо́цкий ; May 7, 1903 – October 14, 1958 [1] ) was a Soviet and Russian poet and translator . He was a Modernist and one of the founders of the Russian avant-garde absurdist group Oberiu . Nikolay Zabolotsky Born Nikolay Alekseyevi

#18 József Romhányi

József Romhányi (8 March 1921 – 7 May 1983) was a Hungarian writer, poet, translator, and artist. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( August 2018 ) József Romhányi Born ( 1921-03-08 ) 8 March 1921 Nagytétény , Hungary Died 7 May 1983 (1983-05-07) (aged   62) Budapest , Hunga

#19 Joseph Greenberg

Joseph Harold Greenberg (May 28, 1915 – May 7, 2001) was an American linguist , known mainly for his work concerning linguistic typology and the genetic classification of languages. American linguist For the director of Yiddish-language films, see Joseph Green (actor) . This article needs additional

#20 Paul Rivet

Paul Rivet (7 May 1876, Wasigny , Ardennes – 21 March 1958) was a French ethnologist known for founding the Musée de l'Homme in 1937. In his professional work, Rivet is known for his theory that South America was originally populated in part by migrants who sailed there from Australia and Melanesia


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