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  1. 8 de nov. de 2023 · Map is showing how many articles of each European language there were (as of January 2019). 1 square represents 10,000 articles. Languages with less than 10,000 articles are represented with one square. Languages are grouped by language family and each language family is presented by a separate colour.

  2. 21 de nov. de 2023 · Die germanischen Sprachen sind ein Zweig der indogermanischen Sprachfamilie. [1] Sie umfassen etwa 15 Sprachen mit rund 500 Millionen Muttersprachlern, über 1,5 Milliarden einschließlich der Zweitsprecher. [2] Ein charakteristisches Phänomen aller germanischen Sprachen gegenüber den anderen indogermanischen Sprachen sind die Veränderungen ...

  3. Há 3 dias · e. A Hungarian speaker. Hungarian ( magyar nyelv, pronounced [ˈmɒɟɒr ˈɲɛlv] ⓘ) is a Uralic language spoken in Hungary and parts of several neighbouring countries that used to belong to it. It is the official language of Hungary and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union.

  4. 17 de nov. de 2023 · 日耳曼语族 , 也简称为 德语族 (英语: Germanic languages )是 印欧语系 下列的一个语言分支,现时全球有5.15亿人以各日耳曼语为母语 [nb 1] ,主要分布于 欧洲 、 北美洲 、 大洋洲 及 非洲南部 。. 该语支分布最广泛的语言是英语,为全球20亿人所使用(L1及L2 ...

  5. › wiki › Anglo-SaxonsAnglo-Saxons - Wikipedia

    Há 1 dia · Æthelberht's law for Kent, the earliest written code in any Germanic language, instituted a complex system of fines. Kent was rich, with strong trade ties to the continent, and Æthelberht may have instituted royal control over trade.

  6. Há 1 dia · The Germanic languages influence also exists in toponymic surnames and patronymic surnames borne by Visigoth sovereigns and their descendants, and it dwells on placenames such as Ermesinde, Esposende and Resende where sinde and sende are derived from the Germanic sinths ('military expedition') and in the case of Resende, the prefix re comes from Germanic reths ('council').

  7. Há 2 dias · An early process that operated in all Romance languages to varying degrees was metaphony (vowel mutation), conceptually similar to the umlaut process so characteristic of the Germanic languages. Depending on the language, certain stressed vowels were raised (or sometimes diphthongized) either by a final /i/ or /u/ or by a directly following /j/.