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Extinct languages

Johannes Friedrich

Extinct languages

by Johannes Friedrich

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Published by Owen in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

This translation originally published, Philosophical Library, 1957.

Statementtranslated from the German by Frank Gaynor.
The Physical Object
Pagination182p.,ill.,19cm
Number of Pages182
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21741671M

Define extinct. extinct synonyms, extinct pronunciation, extinct translation, English dictionary definition of extinct. no longer in use; no longer existing: Many animals are now extinct. There is only one extant copy of the book. extent – range; distance; measure; length; degree: He is agreeable to some extent.   Between and , languages went extinct, according to the UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger. Today, a third of the .

  Kenneth L. Hale, 67, Preserver of Nearly Extinct Languages. By Wolfgang Saxon. Oct. 19, ''that many of the languages I've learned are extinct, or close to extinction, and I . When: BCE - CE. What you can read in it: The vernacular of Second Temple Israel ( BC - 70 CE) and the lingua franca of much of the Near East for centuries, Aramaic is commonly. regeneration of the Indian languages lost to time and human historical evolution on this land. ╬ Published and unpublished authors and commentators, both Native and non-Native, disagree on the time period when these American Indian Algonquian languages became “extinct.” Estimates range from 1 to 2 centuries ago, depending on the definition of.

  Do not confuse this category with Category:Extinct languages which is for the names of extinct languages. Subcategories This category has the following subcategories, out of total. Extinct definition, no longer in existence; having ended or died out: extinct North American Indian tribes. See more. Extinct languages are lacking in both users and societal uses. Some extinct languages, such as Latin, may continue to be used as second-languages only for specific, restricted, often vehicular, functions, that are generally not related to ethnic identity.


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SyntaxTextGen not activated  Up to half of today’s living languages will pdf extinct by the end of the 21 st century. At the same time, more than three billion people – nearly half of the world’s current population – speak one of only 20 languages as their mother tongue.Although people have lived in Europe for many tens of thousands of years, the vast majority of the languages spoken by them were never recorded, and are completely lost to us.

These languages are, as one scholar put it, mere shadows of language th.The latest edition of the Atlas (, available in English, French and Ebook from UNESCO Publishing), was made ebook thanks to the support of the Government of Norway, and lists about 2, languages (among which languages extinct since ), approaching the generally-accepted estimate of some 3, endangered languages each language, the print Atlas provides its name.