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Acrography was invented by Bae Jun in 2002 and was inspired by various writing systems. The names of the letters indicate which writing system they come from the first leters…

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Abkhaz is a North West Caucasian language related to Abaza, Adyghe, Kabardian and Ubykh. About 100,000 people speak Abkhaz in Abkhazia, an autonomous republic within Georgia. There are also Abkhaz…

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Abenaki (Alnôba)

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Abenaki is an Eastern Algonquian language with only a handful of fluent speakers, and perhaps several hundred non-fluent speakers. Most Abenaki speakers are elderly and live on the Odanak reservation…

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Abaza is a North West Caucasian language spoken by about 45,000 people in the Russian autonomous republics of Karachay-Cherkessia and Adygea, and also in Germany, Turkey and the USA. It…

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