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  2. Austro-Tai languages - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · The Austro-Tai languages, sometimes also Austro-Thai languages, are a proposed language family that comprises the Austronesian languages and the Kra–Dai languages. Related proposals include Austric ( Wilhelm Schmidt in 1906) and Sino-Austronesian ( Laurent Sagart in 1990, 2005).

  3. Tagalog language - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Tagalog vocabulary is composed mostly of words of native Austronesian origin - most of the words that end with the diphthongs-iw, (e.g. saliw) and those words that exhibit reduplication (e.g. halo-halo, patpat, etc.). However it has a significant number of Spanish loanwords. Spanish is the language that has bequeathed the most loanwords to Tagalog.

  4. Moklenic languages - Wikipedia

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    Oct 20, 2020 · Moklenic languages have also been strongly influenced by Austroasiatic languages, with many of those Austroasiatic loanwords, such as 'bird', also found in Chamic. [5] Larish (1999) [5] classifies the two languages Moken and Moklen as part of a larger Moklenic–Acehnese-Chamic-Malayic ("MACM") subgroup.

  5. List of Wikipedias by language family - Meta

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    Oct 20, 2020 · 1 Indo-European languages (34,439,071 articles, 253,402 active users); 2 Austronesian languages (8,115,656 articles, 4,296 active users); 3 Afro-Asiatic languages ...

  6. Dravidian languages - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    6 days ago · The languages are mainly spoken in South India, western Bangladesh, northern Sri Lanka and southern Pakistan. There are about 26 languages in this family. A total of about 215 million people speak Dravidian languages. Dravidian languages were probably spoken over a larger area of the Indian subcontinent in the past.

    • One of the world's major language families
    • South Asia, mostly South India
  7. 马来-波利尼西亚语族 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    4 days ago · Fay Wouk and Malcolm Ross (ed.), The history and typology of western Austronesian voice systems. Australian National University, 2002. Austronesian Basic Vocabulary Database, 2008. 2008 Austronesian Basic Vocabulary Database analysis

  8. 6 days ago · The Chamorro language is an Austronesian language that has, over time, come to incorporate many Spanish words. The word Chamorro is derived from Chamorri, or Chamoli, meaning “noble.” English and Chamorro are the official languages; although Chamorro is still used in many homes, English is the language of education and commerce.

  9. 鄒語語法 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    4 days ago · (2).〖鄒語疑問代詞〗 標的 疑問代詞 英語 備註 表事 cuma(什麽) what 置句頭或句中或句尾; 作賓語或補語用. 謂語 [编辑] 謂語 分為動詞類與非動詞類。而動詞類可分為普通動詞、動詞短語、動詞片語、完成式動詞組、進行式動詞組,及典型的連繫性動詞等之變化型態等。詞性有及物動詞與不及物動詞 ...

  10. 玻里尼西亞 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    玻里尼西亞(Polynesia,是從希臘語名稱 Πολυνησία 而來,poly相當於眾多之意,而nesi則相當於島)由位於太平洋中南部,大致在180°经线以东和南北纬30°之间;一大群超過1,000個以上的島嶼所組成,陆地总面积2.6万平方公里,島嶼零星分布,人煙稀疏。

  11. we - Wiktionary

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    5 days ago · Darrell T. Tryon, New Hebrides languages: an internal classification (1976) George William Grace, The position of the Polynesian languages within the Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) language family (1959)