New page about telling the time and other time-related expressions in: Basque (euskera).
There are new constructed scripts: Siekoo and Quadoo, which are tactile alphabets developed by Alexander Fakoó.
There’s new Omniglot blog post entitled Sleeve Monkeys, which is about Dutch and English idioms related to monkeys, sleeves, cats and bags, and the usual Language Quiz – see if you can guess what language this is.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Gciriku (Rumanyo), a Bantu language spoken in Namibia, Bostwana and Angola.
The new Celtiadur posts this week are entitled Festive Feasts and Salt, and are about words for festivals, feasts, banquets, salt and related things in Celtic languages.
In the Adventure in Etymology this week we explore the origins of the English word salt, and discover that words such as salad, salami, salsa, sauce and sausage come from the same root.