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Omniglot

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: Candoshi-Shapra

Candoshi-Shapra is a language isolate spoken in the Loreto Region of northern Peru by about 1,100 people.

New numbers page: Moma-Kulawi

How to count in Moma-Kulawi, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Sulawesi Tengah Province of Indonesia.

New numbers page: Tado-Lindu

How to count in Tado-Lindu, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Sulawesi Tengah Province of Indonesia.

New numbers page: Sobei

How to count in Sobei, an Oceanic language spoken in Papua province of Indonesia.

New language: Domari (Dōmʋārī / Dōmʋārī ǧib)

An article that explains some of the traditions involved when the Igbo people of Nigeria with get married.

New article: Igbo Wedding Traditions

An article that explains some of the traditions involved when the Igbo people of Nigeria with get married.

New phrases page: Jamaican (Jimiekn / Patwan)

A collection of useful phrases in Jamaican, an English-based creole with influences from languages of West and Central Africa spoken mainly in Jamaica.

New language: Nomatsiguenga (inato)

Nomatsiguenga is an Arawakan language spoken by about 6,500 people in the Junin Region of central Peru.

New numbers page: Oromo (Afaan Oromo / ኦሮምኛ)

How to count in Oromo, a Cushitic language spoken in parts of Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and Egypt.

New constructed script: T̹ejý

T̹ejý was invented by Elijah Martin to write Atsécï, a conlang that appears in his fantasy novel, Blood of the Serpent.

New numbers page: Tibetan (བོད་སྐད་)

How to count in Tibetan, a Tibetic language spoken in parts of China, India and Nepal.

New numbers page: Balti (སྦལ་འཐུས་ / بلتی)

How to count in Balti, a Tibetic language spoken mainly in the Baltistan division of Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan.

New language: Páez (Nasa Yuwe)

Páez is a language isolate spoken mainly in parts of southwest Colombia by about 75,000 people.

New language: Jru'

Jru' is a Bahnaric language spoken in parts of southern Vietnam by about 28,000 people.

New language: Qo Xiong (Dut Xongb)

Qo Xiong is a Hmong-Mien language spoken in Hunan, Guizhou, Hubei, Chongqing and Guanxi Provinces in southern China by about 900,000 people.

New phrases page: Laz (ლაზური ნენა / Lazuri nena)

A collection of useful phrases in Laz, a South Caucasian language spoken in parts of Turkey and Georgia.

New language: Mashan Miao (Hmangp)

Mashan Miao is a Hmong-Mien language spoken in Guizhou in southern China by about 140,000 people.
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