Here’s the latest news from the world of Omniglot.
There are new language pages about:
- Thai Song (ꪩꪱꪫꪶꪎ꫁ꪉ / ลาวโซ่ง), a Southwestern Tai language spoken in central Thailand
- Oroko, a Bantu language spoken in southern Cameroon.
- Ninde, a Southern Oceanic language spoken in central Vanuatu.
New fictional script: Sheikah, which is used to write English and Japanese in the games The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
New numbers pages:
- Kupsabiny, a Southern Nilotic language spoken in eastern Uganda.
- Ludic (lüüdin kiel’), a Finnic language spoken in part of the Republic of Karelia in Russia
- Qashqai (Qaşqay dili), a Western Oghuz Turkic language spoken mainly in the Fars region of Iran.
- Western Yugur (yoɣïr lar), a North East Turkic language spoken in Gansu Province in northwestern China.
- Ili Turki (İlı turkeşi), a Turkic language spoken in northwestern China and Kazakhstan.
Here’s a clue: this language is spoken in Colombia
The mystery language in last week’s language quiz was Gawwada, a Cushitic language spoken in southern Ethiopia.
In other news, I went to two French conversation groups this week – the usual one on Thursday night in Bangor, and another one on Wednesday night in Dinas Dinlle. It was nice to meet some new people and to see a place I hadn’t been to before.
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