Some articles on aka language, aka, languages, language:
... Aka can refer to at least three languages Aka language (Sudan) Aka language (Central African Republic) Hruso language (India) Additionally, several Andamanese ...
... As the Proto-Indo-European (PIE) language broke up, its sound system diverged as well, changing according to various sound laws evidenced in the daughter languages ... see Proto-Indo-European phonology.) All daughter languages have reduced the number of distinctions among these sounds, often in divergent ways ... As an example, in English, one of the Germanic languages, the following are some of the major changes that happened As in other centum languages, the "plain velar" and "palatal" stops merged ...
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