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Omniglot - the online encyclopedia of writing systems & languages is a resource website on scripts and orthographies for many languages. It is referenced on many pages of the Major languages and Writing systems sections of this wiki.

En français, c'est Omniglot - le guide des langues écrites.

URL: http://www.omniglot.com/

The site also has other resources about languages.

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New language: Jaqaru

Jaqaru is an Aymaran language spoken mainly in Yauyos Province of Peru by about 650 people.

New article: Google headphones: The new era of translation

An article about Google Pixel Buds, a real-time audio translation device which can translate between 40 different languages.

Improved page: Blin (ብሊን)

The Blin page now includes an improved alphabet chart for the Ethiopic script, and a Latin alphabet chart.

New Tower of Babel translation: Ge'ez (ግዕዝ)

A version of the Tower of Babel story in Ge'ez, the classical language of Ethiopia.

New adapted script: Ṣəḥəfätä Ǝsəraelawi (צֶחֶפָֿתָ אֶסֶרַאֵלַוׅ)

Ṣəḥəfätä Ǝsəraelawi is a way to write the Ge'ez language devised by Isaac Mayer.

New article: 5 Outstanding Career Options for Language Studies Graduates

An article that discusses some of the possible careers people who have studied languages could persue.

New numbers page: Corsican (corsu)

How to count in Corsican, a Romance language spoken mainly in Corsica.

New numbers page: Aragonese (Aragonés)

How to count in Aragonese, a Romance language spoken in parts of Aragon and Catalonia in Spain.

New language: Ivatan (Chirin nu Ibatan)

Ivatan is a Batanic language spoken mainly in the Batanes Islands in the Philippines by about 33,000 people.

Improved page: Harari (ሃራሪ / Gey sinan / حَارَارِ)

The Harari page now includes the Arabic script, and improved alphabet charts for the Latin and Ethiopic scripts.

New language: South Slavey (Dene Zhatıé / ᑌᓀ ᒐ)

South Slavey is a Northern Athabaskan language spoken in the Northwest Territories, Alberta and British Colombia in Canada by about 2,350 people.

New language: North Slavey (Sahtúotʼı̨nę Yatį́)

North Slavey is a Northern Athabaskan language spoken in the Northwest Territories of Canada by about 1,235 people.

New numbers page: Modern Standard Arabic (اللغة العربية الفصحى)

How to count in Modern Standard Arabic, the universal language of the Arabic-speaking world.

New numbers page: Urdu (اردو)

How to count in Urdu, an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in Pakistan and India.

New numbers page: Sartang (Butpa)

How to count in Sartang, a member of the Kho-Bwa branch of the Tibeto-Burman language family spoken Arunachal Pradesh in northeast India.

New time page: Icelandic

How to tell the time in Icelandic, a North Germanic language spoken mainly in Iceland.

New idioms page: Icelandic

A collection of idiomatic expressions in Icelandic with English equivalents and translations.

New adapted script: Hanguñol (한군놀르)

Hanguñol is a way to write Spanish with the Korean Hangul script devised by Daniel Fregoso.
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