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Talk:Swadesh lists

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Synching[edit]

Currently Swedish occurs in three lists which I have been fixing for errors, but I am failing in keeping them in sync. Is it truly a good idea to have the same language in several lists? --Sannab 18:35, 9 September 2006 (CEST)

Most lists are copied from elsewhere (en:wiktionary) and contained duplicate languages. If you want to maintain one: you better mention it on the lists (and on Portal:swe). HenkvD 13:52, 10 September 2006 (CEST)

outdated links[edit]

Hi! w:en:Turkish language/Swadesh list, w:en:Icelandic language/Swadesh list, w:en:Arabic/Swadesh list and probably many others have been deleted.

One should reffer to wikt:en:Template:Swadesh lists:
Swadesh lists.
Afrikaans – Albanian – Antillean Creole – Arabic (standard) (p), Egyptian Arabic (p), Palestinian Arabic (p), Tunisian Arabic (t) – Armenian (t,p) – Aromanian – Bangala – Bashkir – Basque – Belarusian – Breton – Bulgarian (t) – Burmese (t,p) – Catalan – Chinese: Cantonese, Gan (p), Mandarin (t,p), Min Nan (Amoy) (p), Old Chinese (p) – Croatian – Czech – Danish – Dutch (p) – Egyptian (Middle) – Esperanto – Estonian – Finnish – Fiji Hindi – French (p) – Frisian (West) – Friulian – Georgian (t,p) – German (p) – Greek (modern) (p), Greek (ancient) – Guaraní – Haida – Haitian Creole – Hausa – Hawaiian – Hindi (t) – Hittite – Hmong (White) (p) – Hungarian – Icelandic – Indonesian – Irish (p) – Istro-Romanian – Italian (p) – Japanese (t) – Kashubian – Khmer (p) – Korean (t) – Kurdish – Latvian – Lingala – Lithuanian – Luwian – Macedonian (t) – Malagasy – Malay – Maltese – Megleno-Romanian – Mongolian (t) – Old Portuguese (p) – Ossetian (p) – Polish (p) – Portuguese (p) – Proto-Indo-European – Purepecha – Quechua – Romani – Romanian – Russian (p) – Sanskrit (t) – Scottish Gaelic – Serbian – Sinhalese – Slovenian – Spanish (p) – Sranan – Swahili – Swedish – Tagalog – Tajik (t) – Tahitian – Thai (t) – Tocharian B – Tok Pisin – Turkish – Ukrainian – Vietnamese – Walloon – Zulu.
The list may also include: (t) the transcription in Latin characters; (p) the phonetic transcription.
regards Gangleri · T 18:35, 18 September 2012 (CEST)