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Talk:Arvanitic language/Archive 2
... move I propose moving this page to Arvanitika. I think that Arvanitika is the best choice. It does not toe the separate language line of Arvanitika language, nor does it toe the Albanian dialect line of Arvanitika Albanian (which is the name that UNESCO ... anyone who has good faith, given that Arvanitika plain is the name that the ...
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Talk:Arvanites/Archive 1
... Greek Helsinki report "Almost all speakers of Arvanitika are today bilingual, i.e. they also ... 1975:53). It is widely agreed that Arvanitika today have been influenced significantly by the ... that mutual intelligibility, when many settled in Arvanitika villages (it is also noteworthy that in ... This has been through 2000 years time. Arvanitika has had 500 years of influence, purely ... of the differences between todays shqip and Arvanitika are mentioned in one of the ...
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User talk:REX Archive 1
... language and once the term dialect, for Arvanitika, on UNESCO's red book. The rest ... UNESCO and Ethnologue also use the name Arvanitika Albanian for this language, something else you ... from UNESCO and Ethnologue who call it Arvanitika Albanian? It isn’t. I as an indication ... the name Albanian out of its name Arvanitika Albanian (as used by UNESCO and Ethnologue) and just call it Arvanitic (or Arvanitika). You on the other hand reject ...
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User:Matia.gr/Arvanites sources
... and dialect. On another he writes that Arvanitika share a common origin with Tosk, and that Arvanitika are like ancient Shqip (he also has a diagram somewhere, showing that Arvanitika do not derive from Tosk). link1 link2 ... language Homer used have many similarities with Arvanitika, he is against the Indo-Europeans theory ... period. He did an extensive search for Arvanitika songs. The book I've mentioned ...
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Talk:Arvanitic language/Archive 1
... Arvanites are those whose mother tongue is Arvanitika (name in Greek - Áñâáíßôåò)/ Arberichte (name in ... 45, 20 July 2005 (UTC) Use of Arvanitika, Arbërishte is supressed by state (as of all other minorities in Greece) "Likewise, Arvanitika has never been included in the educational ... in recent years, simple incitation of the Arvanitika users (Williams, 1992:86; Trudgill, 1983:130 ... Linguistic Anthropology of Praxis and Language Shift: Arvanitika (Albanian) and Greek in Contact Oxford ...
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User talk:Matia.gr/Archive 2
... have at the heading of the page Arvanitika, Albanian (haven't you wondered why, given ... names of the language (at the heading Arvanitika, Albanian) Your statement that ethnologue calls Arvanitic ... ethnologue: At the heading it says Albanian, Arvanitika a language of Greece. You quote the ... that can you. Ethnologue refers to Albanian, Arvanitika a language of Greece. Encarta refers to ... UNESCO's red book, it calls it Arvanitika language. I told you I will ...
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Talk:Arvanites/Archive 2
... http://www.helsinki.fi/~tasalmin/europe_report.html#Arvanitika Arvanitika is Albanian dialect. Why we not say ... could verify via a library visit that Arvanitika is (partly) an ancient form of Albanian ... the page? The unesco report say that Arvanitika is albanian dialect. You don't want ... I not say that. I say that Arvanitika is Albanian dialect and that Arvanites ...
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Talk:Albanian language Archive 1
... For instance, the word for 'tongue' in Arvanitika is gluha. In Gheg, it is guha ... real equivalent to the English 'g'). The arvanitika form is definetely the oldest variant; it ... example to display this archaic form of Arvanitika is the word for crying, which in Arvanitika is kliaj. In Gheg it is kjaj ... Arbëresh (or as called by the UN Arvanitika Albanian and Arbëreshë Albanian respectively) are ...
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User talk:Kwamikagami/Archive 1
... possibly check and parse the following: link1 Arvanitika is a member of the Tosk group ... Albanian, and elements assimilated from Greek. link2 "Arvanitika, the variety of Tosk Albanian". Perhaps they ... isn't always a useful exercise. link3 "Arvanitika is to be considered a dialect of ... Linguistic Anthropology of Praxis and Language Shift: Arvanitika (Albanian) and Greek in Contact received good ... suggesting that no one took umbrage. However, "Arvanitika (Albanian)" very possibly is intended to ...
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Talk:Arvanites
... Arvanites are those whose mother tounge is Arvanitika. It refers to the people of Arvanit ... arvanites are those whose mother tongoues is arvanitika. I am not insisting on this and ... Albanian dada without resource and say that Arvanitika is not albanian dialect. She also say ... and most of them aren't speaking Arvanitika today. I don't believe that "my ... 2006 (UTC) Just a few delightful points: Arvanitika can be described as a form ...
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