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Yerukula Yerukula is a Dravidian language spoken by about 70,000 people in parts of Andhra Pradesh in India. The language is also known as Kurru basha or Kulavatha and is…

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Yi script and language   The origins of the Yi script are unknown, though it is believed that it was invented during the Tang dynasty (618-907 AD) by Aki (阿畸…

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Yiddish (ײִדיש / מאַמע לשון) Yiddish is a Germanic language with about three million speakers, mainly Ashkenazic Jews, in the USA, Israel, Russia, Ukraine and many other countries. The name Yiddish…

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Yindjibarndi (Indjibandi) Yindjibarndi is a member of the Ngayarta (Pil-bara) group of the south-western branch of the Pama-Nyungan language family. It was originally spoken in the tableland area of the…

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Yivga     The Yivga alphabet was invented by Steve Wilson in 2009 as a therapeutic aesthetic exercise. He chose the name Yivya because he likes words that start with…

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