There are new language pages about:
- ꞌAreꞌare, a Southeast Solomonic language spoken in Malaita Province in the Solomon Islands.
- Bena (Kibena), a Northeast Bantu language spoken in southern Tanzania.
- Kunda (Chikunda), a Bantu language spoken in mainly in Zimbabwe, and also in Zambia and Mozambique.
New adapted script: Skript Amażigħ (ⵙⴽⵉⵒⵜ ⴰⵎⴰⵥⵉⵖ), which is a way to write Maltese with the Neo-Tifinagh alphabet devised by Grunky Scripples.
New phrases page in Oʼodham (O’odham Ñeoki), an Uto-Aztecan language spoken mainly in Arizona in the USA, and also northern Mexico.
There’s a new Omniglot blog post entitled Joyful Delight about the Finnish word iloinen (happy, cheerful, glad, merry) and related words in Finnish and other languages, and the usual Language Quiz. See if you can guess what language this is:
Here’s a clue: this language is spoken mainly in Pakistan.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Sena, a Bantu language spoken in Mozamique and Malawi.
In other news, I had an interesting discussion this week about writing systems with Tim Brookes, the man behind the Endangered Alphabets project, who was inspired by Omniglot.
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