proycon wrote:vijayjohn wrote:How come in the top left, there are greetings in various languages, but one of the ones listed is "Không"? In Vietnamese, that means 'no'; it's not a greeting. I can't figure out what other languages have a word spelled that way and used as a greeting, either.
Ah, that could well be the error in there. I remembered there was one wrong greeting in the languages I didn't know but I forgot which, I figured someone would spot it This hello text is quite ancient, I made it back in 2002 or something, and even have a printed t-shirt of it, from the short period we sold merchandise with logos and all
Yeah, I think all the others are fine. I didn't know until I looked it up that آداب [aˈd̪ab] could be used all by itself in Urdu though; I've only ever seen/heard آداب عرض ہے (the only time I actually heard it was on Encarta where it sounded like [aːˈd̪aːbr̩ze] ).