Herisebocona language
The Chapacuran languages are a nearly extinct Native American language family of South America. There are three living Chapacuran languages, which are spoken in the southeastern Amazon Basin of Brazil...
Herisebocona language - Wikipedia
New River Shasta language
New River Shasta is an extinct Shastan language formerly spoken in northern California. It may have had only 300 speakers before contact (Kroeber 1925).
New River Shasta language - Wikipedia
Kili language
Kili (Kirin, Kila), known as Hezhe or more specifically Qileen (奥罗克 Qílēi'ēn) in Chinese and also as the Kur-Urmi dialect of Nanai, is a Tungusic language of Russia and China. Nanai is a Southern Tung...
Shao-Jiang Min
Shao–Jiang or Shaojiang Min (simplified Chinese: 邵将; traditional Chinese: 邵將; pinyin: Shàojiāng) is a collection of mutually intelligible dialects of Min Chinese centered on western Nanpin...
Slovincian language
Slovincian is the language formerly spoken by the Slovincians (Kashubian: Słowińcë, Polish: Słowińcy, German: Slowinzen, Lebakaschuben), a Slavic people living between lakes Gardno and Łeb...
Na'vi language
The Naʼvi language is the constructed language of the Naʼvi, the sapient humanoid indigenous inhabitants of the fictional moon Pandora in the 2009 film Avatar. It was created by Paul Frommer, a profes...
Bokar language
Bokar or Bokar-Ramo-Pailibo ([bɔk˭ar ɡɔm]; pinyin: Bogar Luoba) is a Tani language spoken by the Lhoba in West Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh, India (Megu 1990) and Mainling County, Tibet Auton...
Noticia de Torto
The "Notícia de Torto" [Notice about (the damage, offense, injury) - old Portuguese] is a minuta of a notarial document written in the first decades of the 13th century, and though it does not contain...
Kri language
Kri (Krìì) is a recently described Vietic language. Kri speakers live in the Upper Ñrong (Nam Noy) valley of Khammouane Province, Laos, as well as other locations within the Nakai-Nam Theun Biodiversi...
Chakavian dialect
Chakavian or Čakavian /tʃaːˈkaːviən/ (Serbo-Croatian: čakavski [tʃǎːkaʋskiː], proper name: čakavica or čakavština [tʃakǎːʋʃtina], own name: čokovski, čakavski, čekavski) is a dialect of the Serbo-...
Chakavian dialect - Wikipedia
Chaná language
Chaná is an extinct Charruan language that was once spoken in Uruguay along the Uruguay and Paraná-Guazú rivers.Chaná is poorly attested. There exists a short grammar by Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga and ...
Oddernes stone
The Oddernes stone is a rune stone from Oddernes Church in Oddernes in Kristiansand, Norway. The stone was originally just east of the church, but in 1990 it was moved into the Church porch.The stone ...
Oddernes stone - Wikipedia
Poki language
Poki is an unclassified West Chadic language of Bauchi State, Nigeria mentioned in Campbell & Hoskison (1972). It has not been attested since.
Waitaká language
Waitaká (Guaitacá, Goyatacá, Goytacaz) is an extinct and unclassified language of Brazil (Campbell & Grondona 2012), on the São Mateo River and near Cabo de São Tomé in the state of Rio de Janeiro...
Toongo language
Toongo (Tòòngò) is a Gbaya language of the Central African Republic. Its speakers identify as ethnically Buli, but the languages, though closely related, are distinct.
Rumsen language
The Rumsen language (also known as Rumsien, San Carlos Costanoan and Carmeleno) is one of eight Ohlone languages, historically spoken by the Rumsen people of Northern California. The Rumsen language w...
Rumsen language - Wikipedia
Pingtang Miao
Pingtang Miao, named after Pingtang County (平塘 píngtáng) in which it is spoken, is a group of Miao languages of China.
The four varieties of Pingtang were listed as unclassified branches of Chuanq...
Yurats language
Yurats (Yurak) was a Samoyedic language spoken in the Siberian tundra west of the Yenisei River. It became extinct in the early 19th century. Yurats was probably either a transitional variety connecti...
Urunumacan language
The Chapacuran languages are a nearly extinct Native American language family of South America. There are three living Chapacuran languages, which are spoken in the southeastern Amazon Basin of Brazil...
Urunumacan language - Wikipedia
Chono language
Kakauhua (also rendered Kaukaue, Caucau, Cacahua), or Chono, is a putative language, perhaps Alacalufan, of Chile, known only from toponyms. There is "not a single linguistic fact available" for such ...
Ilit language
Ilit (Iiliit) is a divergent variety of Kunama that is mutually unintelligible enough to be considered a distinct language. It is spoken by the Kunama people who straddle the western Eritrean–Ethiopia...
Colan language
Colán (Kolán) is an extinct language of Peru.
Tequistlatec language
Tequistlatec was the Chontal language of Tequisistlán town, Oaxaca.Highland Oaxaca Chontal is sometimes also called Tequistlatec, but is a distinct language.
Kaado language
Kaado is a recently described Songhay language of Niger, located upriver from the socially dominant Zarma language. It has traditionally been considered a dialect of Zarma, the name used for all Songh...