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Re: Language List

Postby vijayjohn » 2018-11-14, 19:33

Luís wrote:
Salajane wrote:1. Language: Ambonese Malay
ISO: abs


What is the native name?

Malayu Ambong.

I wonder whether the native names of the other two languages are really just Hitu and Tulehu since those are also each names of villages. :hmm:

EDIT: From this, I get the impression that the native name for both (or the closest thing there is to a native name for each) is "Sou Amana Teru."

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Re: Language List

Postby Salajane » 2018-11-14, 20:06

vijayjohn wrote:EDIT: From this, I get the impression that the native name for both (or the closest thing there is to a native name for each) is "Sou Amana Teru."

I just wanted to mention this, but you were faster. :)

EDIT: I do not know whether your link is the same but here , there are also two other names: Bahasa Tulehu, Bahasa Uli Solemata.

EDIT 2:
Hitu is another language.
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Re: Language List

Postby vijayjohn » 2018-11-14, 20:10

Oh OK. Is Hitu called "Hitu" in Hitu?

EDIT: And no, my link is different.
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Re: Language List

Postby Salajane » 2018-11-14, 20:13

vijayjohn wrote:Oh OK. Is Hitu called "Hitu" in Hitu?

I don't know. I have not found yet.
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Re: Language List

Postby Luís » 2018-11-18, 11:44

Salajane wrote:Thank you!

Also these ones:

1. Language: Ambonese Malay
ISO: abs

2. Language: Hitu
ISO: htu

3. Language: Tulehu
ISO: tlu

Flag (1-3): https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ma ... _(proposed).png


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(Hitu and Tulehu as native names for the moment, until you guys decide what the actual names are :) )
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Re: Language List

Postby Salajane » 2018-11-18, 14:16

Thank you!
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Re: Language List

Postby Multiturquoise » 2019-01-03, 18:42

Native name: Rovignese
English name: Istriot
Flag: See link below
ISO: ist

Native name: Deitsch
English name: Pennsylvania German
Flag: See link below
ISO: pdc

Native name: Pijin
English name: Solomon Islands Pidgin
Flag: See link below
ISO: pis

Native name: Qaşqayıca
English name: Qashqai
Flag: See link below
ISO: qxq

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... HXI7oYrXxC

I've resized all unproperly-resized flags from scratch, but properly. Windows users, you can resize on Paint (make sure you don't use the select tool, this is important to get the best result!)

Alsatian (de-AL)
Anindilyakwa (aoi)
Arbëresh (sq-AAE)
Balkan Gagauz Turkish (bgx)
Bavarian (de-BAR)
Chakavian (hr-CHA)
Drehu (dhv)
French Polynesia French (fr-PF)
Gallo (gal)
Gheg Albanian (sq-ALN)
Harari (har)
Hupa (hup)
Jingpho (kac)
Kajkavian (kjv)
Khalaj (klj)
Kuman (kue)
Malinke (emk)
Mandinka (mnk)
Michif (crg)
New Caledonian French (fr-NC)
Nivkh (niv)
Old Anatolian Turkish (tr-old)
Ottoman Turkish (ota)
Pahari-Potwari (phr)
Rendille (rel)
Salar (slr)
Seneca (see)
Shor (cjs)
Siberian Tatar (sty)*
South Azerbaijani (azb)
Tahitian (ty)**
Tokelauan (tkl)
Tuamotuan (pmt)
Tulu (tcy)
Tuvaluan (tvl)
Wymysorys (wym)
Xaracuu (ane)
Yukaghir (yux)

*The English name should be replaced with "Siberian Tatar" and native one with "Сыбыр тел".
**The current flag for Tahitian doesn't have the emblem on it.
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Re: Language List

Postby Luís » 2019-01-05, 13:10

Multiturquoise wrote:Native name: Rovignese
English name: Istriot
Flag: See link below
ISO: ist

Native name: Deitsch
English name: Pennsylvania German
Flag: See link below
ISO: pdc

Native name: Pijin
English name: Solomon Islands Pidgin
Flag: See link below
ISO: pis

Native name: Qaşqayıca
English name: Qashqai
Flag: See link below
ISO: qxq


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Multiturquoise wrote:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... HXI7oYrXxC

I've resized all unproperly-resized flags from scratch, but properly. Windows users, you can resize on Paint (make sure you don't use the select tool, this is important to get the best result!)


Thanks! :) I've replaced all the flags on your list
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