There are new Omniglot blog post titled Enlisted Fathers about the origins of the name Patrick, and the usual Language Quiz – see if you can guess what language this is.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Kaska (Dene Zágéʼ), a Northern Athabaskan language spoken in the Kaska Dena region, which is part of the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Yukon, and Northwest Territories.
There’s a Celtiadur post about words for Yearning, longing and related things in Celtic languages.
In the Adventure in Etymology this week we explore the origins of the word sloom, which is found in English dialects, as well as Scots, and is related to the word slumber.
I also made improvements to the Makhuwa language page, and to the Toki Pona pages.