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Luís Henrique
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24 votes

Why is Edenics not recognized as a serious linguistic theory?

13 votes

Is the study of proper names really a branch of linguistics?

9 votes

Are Andean and Tibetan languages connected?

7 votes

What is the linguistic term for 'it'

7 votes

Need for English not to have many grammatical cases

7 votes
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Where do Latin and Greek words come from?

7 votes

Do any languages use {woman} as the root for human?

6 votes
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Do languages tend to lose the distinction between formal and informal language?

6 votes

When does language "evolve" and when is it just wrong grammar?

5 votes

In romance languages, are there examples of male names that derive from female names?

5 votes

Use of the definite article in European vs. Brazilian Portuguese

4 votes

Any other example of "socially stigmatized phoneme" like the "th" sound in some Venetian dialect?

4 votes

The reason for similarity of Turkic "min" and latin "mille", Turkic "dil" and dutch "taal"?

4 votes

Do speakers of languages that use gendered nouns automatically use the same gendered pronouns when referring to an animal as Mr. or Mrs.?

3 votes

Animal Species discrimination in languages

3 votes

What came first: «starboard» or «estribor»?

2 votes

At what point does a language become its descendant?

2 votes

What languages do without "to"

2 votes

Feminisation of men's language?

2 votes

Why did English "man" and Latin "homo" take both the senses "gender-neutral human" and "male adult"?

2 votes

Verb pairs similar to "buy" and "sell"?

2 votes
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Making Sense of Nonsense: [Corner/Quine] Quotes!

2 votes

Tenses, voices, moods, and what else?

2 votes

What is it called when one "conjugates" adjectives?

2 votes

What is an example of a language or dialect that contains triphthongs?

2 votes

What factors influence the way we adapt loanwords into English?

2 votes

Sounds that humans make with their mouths

2 votes

How similar are Spanish and French?

1 vote

The semantical change of сарай - "saráj" (rus., ukr.) vs. sister and donor languages: pl. 'seraj', srb-cro. 'saraj'

1 vote
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Alemaña/Almanya/ألمانيا etymology