There are four new language pages on Omniglot this week:
- Mori Atas and Mori Bawah, closely related Celebic languages spoken in the southeast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
- Kulisusu (Pogau Kolinsusu), a Celebic language spoken on Buton Island in Southeast Sulawesi Province of Indonesia.
- Red Karen or West Kayah (ꤊꤢꤛꤢꤟ), a Karen language spoken in eastern Myanmar and nearby parts of Thailand.
There’s a new numbers page in West Kayah (ꤊꤢꤛꤢꤟ), a variety of Red Karen spoken in northeastern Myanmar.
On the Omniglot blog this week there’s a post called Astringent Hestiation about Shibuya (渋谷), a part of Tokyo; a post about connections between words for Concerts and Beer in various European languages, and the Language Quiz.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was (Ong) Be, a Krai-Dai language spoken in northern Hainan Island in southern China.
The Adventure in Etymology this week explores connections between Walls, Whelks and Helicopters.
I also made improvements to Kayah Li alphabet page.