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Elusive etymology, false cognate?

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What gave rise to the manual alphabet for Latin characters in Japanese Sign Language?

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Do multilinguals have one language they predominantly think in?

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Why not just use demonstratives instead of determiners

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ɔθɛntɪket translating from IPA to English

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Was there a Proto-Germannic root of "miskunn"

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What sort of features contrast in some signed languages but not others?

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Do any languages use words like particles to represent commas, periods, hyphens, quotes, parentheses, etc.?

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Are the English "Woe" and the German "Wo" related?

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Are there any tonal languages with syllable-final consonants that are not unreleased, or even aspirated?

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What do Old Swedish "mz", "thz" mean?

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Is the T in Jo Reggelt silent, or not?

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Why does the ASL fingerspelling sign shaped like an 'x' represent R, not X?

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If any phonologies / languages make a distinction between voiced/voiceless nasals, approximants, vowels, trills, or flaps

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Are there any minimal pairs for German lax/tense vowels?

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Are German Rahmen and English frame cognates, and if so, where does the f come from/how did it get lost?

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Which of 可爱/可愛い was exported to the other between Chinese and Japanese?

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Diacriticless Pinyin (for Chinese or other languages)

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British Sign Language symbol identification

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What are some languages with inflected future tense?

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Do animal sounds have linguistic symbols or classifications?

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Is it possible to produce a list of syntactic rules for a language?

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What is the difference between tense vowel and vowel with diacritic ":"?

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Polish transliteration of בֵּית, בֵית, הֵא, פֵּא, פֵא, רֵישׁ

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Which (australian aboriginal?) language classifies nouns in "upright" things and "lying" things?

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Do all languages use emphasis to communicate importance?

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What grammatical features should we assign to the Danish superlative forms -st and -ste?

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What can these verbs be called as a group?

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Describing continuity and change (like mou and mada in Japanese)

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Common root 'to gather' and 'together'