Old Norse

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Old Norse (Dǫnsk tunga) Old Norse, the language of the Vikings, is a North Germanic language once spoken in Scandinavia, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and in parts of Russia,…

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Old Permic

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Old Permic alphabet Origin The Old Permic or Abur alphabet was created in the 14th century by the Russian missionary Stepan Khrap (1373- 1395), who become St Stephen of Perm.…

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Olorexh    The Olorexh alphabet was invented by Thomas Maska to write his invented language, Olorexh. The language is a splicing of two other languages invented by Thomas, O'horex and…

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Oneida (Onʌyotaʼa:ka) Oneida is a Northern Iroquoian language with about 200 speakers in southern Ontario in Canada, and in New York state and part of Wisconsin in the USA. The…

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O'odham (O'odham ñiok) O'odham is a Uto-Aztecan language spoken in south-central Arizona and Mexico. It is the one of the most widely spoken Native American language with roughly 45,000 speakers,…

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