Here’s the latest news from the world of Omniglot.
We have some new adapted and constructed scripts this week:
Tiukigul (튜키글), a way to write Turkish with the Korean Hangul script created by Adiljan Barat.
Göktürkçe, an alternative way to write modern Turkish with the Old Turkish (Göktürk) alphabet devised by Gökbey Uluç.
Scorapice Shorthand, a way write English with Russian shorthand devised by Anatole Fiodorov.
Ka Hakalama Hou, an alternative way to write Hawaiian created by Seth Van Middlesworth.
There are new language pages about:
- Mampruli (Ŋmampulli), a Gur language spoken in northern Ghana.
- Frafra (ninkãrɛ / gʋrnɛ / fãrfãre), a Gur language spoken in northern Ghan and southern Burkina Faso.
- Jian’ou (建甌事 / Gṳ̿ing-é-dī), a variety of Northern Min spoken in Jian’ou city in northern Fujian province in the southeast of China.
New phrases page: Oromo (Afaan Oromoo), a Cushitic language spoken in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and Egypt.
There are new numbers pages in:
- Tai Nuea (ᥖᥭᥰ ᥖᥬᥲ ᥑᥨᥒᥰ), a Southwestern Tai language spoken mainly in Yunnan province in the southwest of China. /li>
- Mossi (Mòoré), a Gur language spoken in Burkina-Faso, Mali and Togo.
- Mampruli (Ŋmampulli)
There a new version of the Tower of Babel story in Mampruli.
There’s a new article about The Scottish Gaelic dialects of St Kilda.
Here’s a clue: this language is spoken in northern Thailand.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was North Slavey (Sahtúotʼı̨nę Yatį́), a Northern Athabaskan language spoken in the District of Mackenzie in the Northwest Territories of Canada.