INDEX OF LANGUAGES AND LANGUAGE FAMILIES
(see also Tables 2.3, 2.4 and 5.1; Map 2.1)
a
Achaemenian 35
Adygey 22
Afrikaans 139
Ahiri 2
Ainu 32
Albanian 27 , 119
Alsatian 137 , 154
Anglo-Saxon 35
Ambonese 22
Arabic 1 , 7 , 12 , 35 , 41 , 74 , 84 -7, 131 , 136 , 194 , 226 , 232
Aramaic 35 , 232
Aryan 35
Assyrian 231
Athapaskan 21
Atruahi 22
Avestan 216
Awadhi 2
Azerbaijani 52

b
Badjande 22
Baltic 27 , 119
Bansaw 22
Basic English 44
Basques 10 , 32 , 109 , 137 , 154
Belgic 6
Bengali 2
Beothuk 32
Berber 86
Bhojpuri 2
Bhotia 22
Bhutanese 22
Bithynian 30
Black English 94 -5, 206 , 227 -8
Boleka 22
Breton 24 , 103 , 109 , 129 , 137 , 154
Bulgarian 139

c
Cameroon Pidgin English 42
Cantonese 24 , 38
Cappadocian 30
Catalan 10 , 23 , 35 , 109 , 137 , 154
Celtic 20 , 25 -7, 35 , 38 , 109 , 121 , 131 , 139
Chaldean 5 , 232
Chatgaya 2
Cherkes 22
Chinese 24 -5, 27 , 30 , 38 , 41 -2, 72 , 137 , 194
Chiquito 199
Cilololo 22
Circassian 22
Coptic 35
Cornish 20 -1, 24 , 109 , 118 , 121 , 215
Corsican 154
Croatian 24
Czech 23 , 52 , 119 , 123

d
Dakota 21
Danish 24 , 35 , 194 , 215
Desano 22 , 199
Dhaki 2
Dhitoro 22
Dravidian 200 , 208
Dutch 6 , 23 -4, 35 , 73 -5, 89
Dzongkha 22

e
Egyptian 231
English 1 - 4 , 6 - 10 , 13 , 17 , 23 , 30 , 33 -4, 36 -9, 41 , 42 , 45 -6, 48 - 52 , 55 -8, 60 -3, 66 , 68 -9, 71 -7, 83 , 85 - 90 , 93 -7, 99 - 100 , 102 -3, 105 -10, 113 -15, 131 , 134 -5, 137 , 139 , 141 , 150 -2, 156 -63, 166 -70, 181 -3, 187 ,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • A Brief Note on References xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • 1 - An Introductory Overview 1
  • 2 - Languages in the World 15
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