Index of Languages
Abkhaz 320, 324-5
Acehnese 176
Ainu 179-80, 318, 324-5
Akkadian 231
Albanian 131, 134, 153, 211, 222-3
Amele 241, 321, 324-5
Amharic 231, 318, 324-5
Arabic 137, 176, 183-4, 206, 231
Baghdad Arabic 206
Cairene Arabic 29, 206-7, 222-3, 229
Atayal 241, 320, 324-5
Australian languages 25, 175, 241
Babungo 321, 324-5
Bagandi 181
Bambara 32, 321, 324-5
Bashkir 318, 324-5
Basque 18, 33, 75, 78-9, 166, 169, 188-9, 193-4, 197-8, 216, 218, 239, 315-7, 322, 324-5
Belorussian 173, 340
Bobo 321, 324-5
Broken 205
Bugis 179, 320, 324-5
Bulgarian 18, 31, 70, 131, 134-7, 140, 142-3, 185, 191, 267-9
Burmese 322, 324-5
Burushaski 322, 324-5
Catalan 16, 18, 25, 35-6, 45, 69, 83-4, 183, 196, 198-9, 213-3, 227-8, 232-3, 258-9
Cayuga 318, 324-5
Cebuano 54
Celtic 239, 241, 320
Chechen 24, 124, 158
Chinese 18, 75, 103-5, 126, 170-1, 173-4, 215-6, 241, 307-10, 322, 324-5
Chuvash 191
Coptic 176
Croatian see Serbian/Croatian
Czech 131, 135-6,144, 149-50 Old Czech 211-12
Da'a 181
Danish 79, 202
Djaru 319, 324-5
Dogon 321, 324-5
Dongolawi 183-4, 322, 324-5
Dravidian 16, 320
Dutch 16, 18, 23, 38, 68, 80, 125, 138-41, 147, 158, 161, 202, 210, 246-8
West Flemish 194
Dyirbal 170, 319, 324-5
Egyptian, Ancient 176, 318, 324-5
English 1, 9-13, 18, 21, 26, 28, 31, 34-5, 38, 45, 47-51, 58-9, 64-5, 68, 78-9, 81-3, 90, 98-9, 101-2, 137, 140-1, 146, 156, 182-3, 188-9, 191, 199, 201-3, 209-11, 213-16, 218-19, 225-8, 248-9; African American Vernacular English 205, 213, 217; Old English 131, 133; Singlish 186
Eskimo, West Greenlandic 159, 162, 165-6, 169, 320, 324-5
Esperanto 24-5
Estonian 224
Even 157
Evenki 164
Ewe 321, 324-5
Fijian, Boumaa 53
Finnish 18, 73, 159, 162, 177-8, 199, 222-4, 292-5
Finno-Ugrian 13, 26, 194, 239
Flemish, West 184
French 10-12, 18, 22-3, 26, 50-1, 69, 125-6, 131, 133, 135-6, 138, 140-1, 144, 146, 149, 162, 168, 177-8, 182-3, 187, 195-6, 200, 202-4, 212, 215-6, 220, 227-8, 259-62; Quebec French 205
Frisian 202, 209
Friulian 212
Fula 321, 324-5
Gascon 220
Gbeya 321, 324-5
Georgian 18, 22-3, 38-9, 74, 145, 177, 210-11, 303-5
German 11-13, 16, 18, 25, 31, 33, 37-8, 47, 53-4, 59-61, 68, 80, 124, 127, 131, 137-8, 140-1, 144, 153, 155, 170-1, 187, 190-2, 202, 204, 210-11, 219, 225-6, 239, 244-6; Middle High German 131, 143, 204; Old High German 172
Germanic 239
Goajiro 319, 324-5
Gooniyandi 158, 319, 324-5
Gothic 30, 156, 171, 173, 239

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