Here’s the latest news from the world of Omniglot.
There are new language pages about:
- Tanga (Batanga), a Bantu language spoken in western Equatorial Guinea and western Cameroon.
- Kili (кили), a Tungusic language spoken in the southeast of the Russian Federation, and in northeastern China
New fictional scripts: Final Fantasy scripts – the scripts that appear in the Final Fantasy X games (Al Bhed, Spiran and Yevon)
New adapted script: Ellinovalkanikó Kyrillikó Alfávito (Greek Balkan Cyrillic Alphabet), a way to write Greek with the Cyrillic alphabet devised by Xavier Merica.
О́лоі і а́нђръпоі гэнніои́нтаі элэи́ђэроі хаі і́соі стьн аціопрэ́пэіа хаі та діхаіъ́мата. Эі́наі проіхісмэ́ноі мэ логіхь́ хаі синэі́дьсь, хаі офэі́лоин на симпэріфэ́ронтаі мэтаци́ тоис мэ пнэи́ма адэлфоси́ньс.
New adapted script: Diacritical English, a compact way to write English mainly with the Cyillic alphabet with added diacritics invented by Ava Robbins-Kräg.
New Tower of Babel translation: Aringa, a Central Sudanic language spoken in the northwest of Uganda.
Here’s a clue: this is a Sinitic language.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Ingrian (Ižoran keeli), a Finnic language spoken in the Leningrad Oblast in the northwest of the Russia Federation.
On the Celtiadur blog there’s a new post called Weak and Feeble about words for weak, feeble and related things.
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