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Anatolian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Languages. Considering the relationships of the Anatolian languages as a branching clade of offspring, the "leaf" languages attested in the family, and one node or ...

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Anatolian languages, extinct Indo-European and non-Indo-European languages spoken in Anatolia from sometime in the 3rd millennium bce until the early centuries of the ...

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Anatolian languages , subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages ; the term

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See also: Indo-European Family of Languages, The (table) The Indo-European Family of Languages Subfamily Group Subgroup Languages and Principal Dialects Anatolian ...

Anatolian - Languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Anatolian is available in 1 language. Return to Anatolian. Languages. italiano ...

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Anatolian languages is available in 48 languages. Return to Anatolian languages. Languages. العربية; Boarisch; беларуская; беларуская ...

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Anatolian languages is a branch of the Indo-European language family which was spoken in Anatolia ca. 2000 BC - 600 BC.

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Academia.edu is a place to share and follow research. ... Argument drop, and object drop in particular, have been reported by several authors to occur occasionally in ...

Talk:Anatolian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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This article might as well mention (or list) all the languages classified as Anatolian languages. Alexander 007 07:23, 29 May 2005 (UTC) While Lycian is considered to ...

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In the Anatolian languages, the noun inflects, or indicates through its form, singular and plural, animate and inanimate, and common (masculine and feminine or ...