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36 votes

Why is Edenics not recognized as a serious linguistic theory?

27 votes

Is there a language without gender in third person pronouns?

21 votes
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Are Indian languages distinct or are they just different dialects?

19 votes

How much Lithuanian and Romanian languages are mutually intelligible?

14 votes

Earliest recognition that Germanic and Romance languages are related

14 votes

Is there a name for the type of word that the word, “scarecrow,” is? (a transitive verb conjoined with its object)

14 votes

What language branch of PIE does Kartvelian belong to? (Georgian language)

14 votes

Apparent sound crespondences between Eurasian, Trans-New-Guinean, Pama-Nyungan and Burushaski

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Timescale for language divergence at ~10,000 years: Polynesian languages vs languages of the Americas?

13 votes
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Languages with the fewest phonemes

13 votes

Which languages have words containing the same letter three times in a row?

12 votes
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Was there an evolution of the Greek alphabet in the Middle East?

11 votes
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How is Sanskrit "va" supposed to be pronounced?

10 votes

Are "nine" and "new" etymologically or historically connected?

9 votes
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Latin "niger" from *negʷ-?

8 votes

Does the root word mus- in Latin mean "thief"'? Mouse=thief, Moses=Extractor etc

8 votes

Solution to a typological problem about PIE phonology: are there any facts that contradict this view?

8 votes

Origin of silent 's' in some Spanish-speaking Caribbean countries?

8 votes
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Phonology vs phonetics : /ʁɔz/ vs [ʁoz]

7 votes
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Similar reuse of roots across languages and language families

7 votes

Grammatical Aspects

7 votes

Is Ruki sound law a Satem "Rhotacism"

7 votes
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Are the hebrew prefix letters (משה וכלב) considered a form of agglutination?

7 votes
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Why do Ancient Greek words have "εί" from PIE "e"?

7 votes

Could lat. circus 'circle' (< gr. κίρκος) and κύκλος 'cycle' be related?

7 votes

Where do Latin and Greek words come from?

6 votes

Is there a relationship between Arabic ka'b and Greek kybos?

6 votes
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Why were some letters missing in Latin?

6 votes
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Great Vowel Shift and pronunciation of name

6 votes

Language where negation is the default

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