Here’s the latest news from the world of Omniglot.
This week there are new language pages about:
- Porohanon, a Central Bisayan language spoken in the Camotes Islands in Cebu province in the Philippines.
- Athpare (आठपहरिया), an Eastern Kiranti language spoken in the Dhankuta District in eastern Nepal.
- Bukusu (Lubukusu), a Bantu language spoken in southwestern Kenya.
There are new numbers pages in:
- Pingelapese, a Micronesian language spoken mainly in Pingelap and Pohnpei in Micronesia.
- Bonggi, a North Bornean language spoken mainly on Banggi Island in Sabah, Malaysia.
- Tobian (ramarih Hatohobei), a Micronesian language spoken in the Hatohobei and Koro states in Palau.
There’s a new article about Scottish Gaelic dialects of Arran.
Here’s a clue: this language is distantly related to Thai and Lao.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Ronga (XiRonga), a Central Bantu language spoken mainly in southern Mozambique, and also eastern South Africa
During the heatwave earlier this week I wrote a new song called Melting, which goes something like this:
Normal service has been resumed and the weather, at least here in Bangor, is now it bit cooler.