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    Johann Georg von Hahn (1854) was the first to derive the term Shqiptar from the Albanian verbs shqipoj ("to speak clearly") and shqiptoj ("to speak out, pronounce"), while Gustav Meyer (1891) was the first to derive shqipoj from the Latin verb excipere, denoting people who speak the same language, similar to the ethno-linguistic dichotomies ...

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  4. ISBN 978-3-030-36617-9. It [Albanian] is the official language of Albania, the co-official language of Kosovo, and the co-official language of many western municipalities of the Republic of Macedonia. Albanian is also spoken widely in some areas in Greece, southern Montenegro, southern Serbia, and in some towns in southern Italy and Sicily.

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  5. Jul 13, 2017 · The Albanian calls himself shqiptar, his own country Shqipà«ri, Shqipni, but the people is known around the world since ancient times as Albanais, Albanese etc. and the country as Albanie, Albania. This double naming has its own reasons. It is related to some circumstances of the ethnographic character which are specific for Albania and its ...

  6. Albanian (shqip / gjuha shqipe) Albanian is an Indo-European language which forms its own branch in the Indo-European family and has no close relatives. It is spoken by about 7.6 million people, mainly in Albania and Kosovo, and also in parts of Italy, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia.

  7. Albania - Albanian, Greek, Vlach: The Albanian language, called shqip or shqipe by Albanians, is of interest to linguists because, as a descendant of the extinct Illyrian tongue, it is the only surviving member of its branch of the Indo-European language family. Influenced by centuries of rule by foreigners, the Albanian vocabulary has adopted many words from the Latin, Greek, Turkish, Italian ...

  8. Shqip (ë)tar and Shqyptar (in northern Albanian dialects) is the contemporary endonym used by Albanians for themselves while Shqipëria and Shqypnia/Shqipnia are native toponyms used by Albanians to name their country. [3] All terms share the same Albanian root shqipoj that is derived from the Latin excipere with both terms carrying the ...

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