Here’s the latest news from the world of Omniglot.
New page: Armeno-Turkish (Էրմէնի խարֆլի Թիւրգչէ), a way to write Ottoman Turkish with the Armenian alphabet that was used in the Ottoman Empire until 1928.
Պիւթիւն ինսանլար հիւր, հաեսիեէթ վէ հաքլար պաքըմընտան էշիթ տoղարլար. Աքըլ վէ վիճտանա սահիփթիրլէր վէ պիրպիրլէրինէ քարշը քարտէշլիք զիհնիեէթի իլէ հարէքէթ էթմէլիտիրլէր.
There are new language pages about:
- Kar (kar / kái yor), a Senufo language spoken in the southwest of Burkina Faso.
- Cebaara (senã́rì), a Senufo language spoken in northern Ivory Coast
- Dan, a Southeastern Mande language spoken in Ivory Coast, Libera and Guinea.
New phrases page: I’m learning [your language] – how to tell people that you’re learning their language in their language.
New numbers pages:
- Waama, a Gur language spoken in Atakora Department in the northwest of Benin.
- Kabiye (kabɩyɛ), a Gur language spoken in Togo, Benin and Ghana.
New Tower of Babel translation: Cebaara
Here’s a clue: this language is spoken in the west of the Russian Federation.
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Konobo, a Western Kru language spoken in Liberia.
There’s a new Celtiadur post about words for Nine and related things in Celtic languages.
In other news: I was interviewed by Carlos Yerba López for his Hyperpolyglot Activist channel on YouTube:
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