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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.

RSS feed for Omniglot news

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New adapted script: Icelandic Runic (ᛇᛋᛚᛂᚿᛋᚴᛁ ᚱᚤᛐᚢᚱᛁᚿᚿ)

Icelandic Runic script is a way of writing the Icelandic language with the runic script created by Alexander R.

New language: Bontoc (Finallig)

Bontoc is a Philippine language spoken in Mountain province in northern Luzon in the Philippines by about 47,000 people.

New constructed script: Ma'i'ka'la

The Ma'i'ka'la script was created by Ken D to write his fictional language, Shipalban, and also English.

New language: Abellen (Ayta Abellen)

Abellen is a Philippine language spoken in Tarlac province in central Luzon in the Philippines by about 3,000 people.

New language: Duri (Masenrempulu)

Duri is a Malayo-Polynesian spoken mainly in South Sulawesi in Indonesia by about 130,000 people.

New language: Wintu

Wintu is a Wintuan language that was spoken in Northern California, and which is currently being revived.

New constructed script: Serafian

The Serafian script was created by Ken D to write his fictional language, Terrapoda, and also English.

New language: Moronene

Moronene is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in parts of Sulawesi in Indonesia by about 37,000 people.

New adapted script: Māori Tāna (ᚱᚢᚾᛁᛊᚨ)

Māori Tāna script is a way of writing the Māori language with the Thaana (Maldivian) script created by Alexander R.

New translation: About Me in Tamil

A Tamil version of the introduction to Simon Ager, author of Omniglot.

New adapted script: Čveneburuli / Judeo-Georgian (ჩვენებურული / שתוואנאבוּרוּלי)

Čveneburuli is a way to write the Georgian language with the Hebrew script devised by Isaac Mayer.

New article: The Color of Language

An article about accents, and why you shouldn't worry about speaking languages with a foreign accent.

New constructed script: Sauropoda

Sauropoda was devised by Ken D to write a fictional language, Sa'ore'ya, he is also constructing. It can also be used to write English and Latin.

New writing system: Ditema (Ditema tsa Dinoko / Isibheqe Sohlamvu)

Ditema, or Ditema tsa Dinoko, is a featural syllabic script for southern Bantu languages developed in the 2010s.

New language: Chukchansi

Chukchansi is a Valley Yokuts language spoken in the San Joaquin Valley in central California by about 8 people.

New adapted script: Runica (ᚱᚢᚾᛁᛊᚨ)

Runica script is an adaptation of the Elder Futhark runic script for Serbian created by Alexander R.

New language: Barbareño (Pʼatna)

Barbareño is a Chumashan language that was spoken in Santa Barbara in California, and which is being revived.

New podcast: Radio Omniglot

This is the first episode of my new Radio Omniglot Podcast, in which I talk about my own language learning adventures.
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