Contents

Linguistics

Linguistics

Etruscan Alphabet
 

* Comparative Linguistics For example:

SANSKRIT
pita

GREEK
pater

LATIN
pater

GOTHIC
fadar

ENGLISH
father


 

* Language Map of Ancient Italy
language map

 

* Classification of the languages
 

* Picene
 

* Latinian
 

* Messapic
 

* Rhaetic
 

* Venetic
 

* Etruscan
 

* Italic languages
 

* Osco-Umbrian
 

* Languages of Ancient Italy Images of the scripts of
 

* Oscan
 

* Umbrian
 

* Etruscan
 

* Volscian
 

* Dictionary of American Regional English Just for fun.
 

* Lingwhat? With a few brief questions, this program will determine what language your manuscript is written in. Warning: you have to know which letters combine to form diphthongs.
 

* Ethnologue Includes maps and language families. Direct link to Indo-European Language Families: includes
 

* Albanian
 

* Armenian
 

* Baltic
 

* Celtic
 

* Germanic
 

* Greek
 

* Indo-Iranian
 

* Romance
 

* Slavic
 

* Link Grammar. A parser determines the grammaticality of a sequence of words. Davy Temperley & Daniel Sleator, the authors, say it can be adapted to other languages.
 

* Index of on-line dictionaries.
 

* Semiotics
 

* Index of semiotic terms
 

* Semiotics for beginners
 

* Hellenistic Greek Linguistics Page. Hellenistic Greek was the dialect of Greek spoken between 300 B.C. and 600 A.D.
 

* Greek Sentence Structure: Loose and Periodics Style. "The pattern of the grand neo-classical sentence was the period: that is, the sentence combining a number of thoughts and statements in a number of balanced clauses...."
 

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* Shawn's Egyptology Page
 

* The Hebrew Alphabet
 

* The Cockney Handbook
 

* Etymology of first names.
  * The International Phonetic Alphabet
the international phonetic association

  * Medieval Maculinities
  * Halloran's site.

  * Some Etymology Pages:

Dictionary of Greek and Latin Roots
Etymology of First Names
Etymology
Roots of Latin
Verbal Clues with Latin
Wilton's Etymology Page
The Word Detective

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