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Does the French word for Friday, "vendredi", come from the Latin "Veneris" or the old Norse "Vanadis"?

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Plural formation in Bulgarian

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Does any language conjugate adverbs?

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Are Armenian գունդ (gund) and Sanskrit गिन्दुक (ginduka) related?

5 votes

How did one pronounce an 'r' in Old English?

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Why is "speak" a class 4 strong verb?

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Is Old English ġe- a digraph representing [j]?

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What do all languages have in common?

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Did Uralic borrow basic vocabulary from PIE, and if so why?

3 votes

IPA for English: British or US standard?

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Why some languages have developed so difficult compared to others?

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Relics of reduplication in modern Germanic languages

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Why is "och" (and) not spelled "og" in Swedish?

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Does the etymology of 'affricate' consist with its meaning?

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Why does "begin" have /g/ instead of /j/ if it's from PG *ginnan?

3 votes

About the universality of the notion of subject and the description of ergativity

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What is the cause of difference between British and American pronunciation?

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Inventing a word?

2 votes

Word commonly tagged as noun but use as verb

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Intransitive verbs that take Indirect objects

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Examples of Borrowing Languages

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Translations into Mongolian and Icelandic

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How old is Hixkaryana?

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How common is phonemic vowel length across languages?

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Is a Phonemic representation ONLY at the underlying level?

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Can you help identify a strange Devanagari symbol in a book that doesn't look like any Devanagari letters?

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Metrics for word stability?

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What name should be given to this allophone of /tʃ/?

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What parts of speech are the most, and least, susceptible to linguistic change? And why?

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Is this nominal suffix more inflectional or derivational?