Language

Glottolog Classification

"Languages are classified (...) into 243 families and 189 isolates, i.e., one-member families. This classification is the best guess by the Glottolog editors and the classification principles are described (...). Users should be aware that for many groups of languages, there is little available historical-comparative research, so the classifications are subject to change as scholarship and interest in those languages increase."

Thesaurus of Old English

"This presentation of Old English vocabulary is conceptually arranged, and is therefore entitled A Thesaurus of Old English (TOE). The vocabulary of Anglo-Saxon England is presented within ordered categories. Ideally, the reader should approach the materials of the TOE by subject rather than through the alphabetic index of the printed edition. Roget-owners have long been accustomed to begin with a word and, by trying a few locations listed in the index, find the vocabulary group wanted. Moreover, for inclusiveness they trade detailed information.

Diccionari de llengües del món

"El Diccionari de llengües del món és un recull sistemàtic d’informació sobre 1.264 llengües estructurada en forma de fitxa de diccionari. Hi trobareu el nom de les llengües en català, àrab, gal·lès, alemany, anglès, espanyol, basc, francès, gallec, guaraní, italià, japonès, neerlandès, occità, portuguès, rus, suahili, amazic i xinès, i en la llengua mateixa de què es tracti. Igualment aplega informació sobre la filiació lingüística, el lloc on es parlen, la seva situació sociolingüística, vitalitat, alguns aspectes històrics, etc.

"Dictionary of the world's languages is a systematic collection of information about 1264 languages structured as a dictionary file. You will find the name of the languages Catalan, Arabic, Welsh, German, English, Spanish, Basque, French , Galician Guarani, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Occitan, Portuguese, Russian, Swahili, Berber and Chinese, and the language itself in question. it also includes information on personal language, where they speak, their situation sociolinguistic vitality, some historical aspects, etc.

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