Choose Languages
Amharic Arabic
Aramaic Armenian
Bengali Berber
Brahmi Coptic
Burmese Cham
Chinese Cha. Chinese Pic.
Coptic Cuniform
bullet Cyrillic bullet Etruscan
bullet Georgian bullet Greek
bullet Gujarati bullet Hebrew
bullet Hindi bullet Japanese
bullet Javanese bullet Kannada
bullet Khmer bullet Korean
bullet Lao bullet Latin
bullet Lepcha bullet Linear B
bullet Malayalam bullet Maldivian
bullet Mayan bullet Mongolian
bullet Nastaliq bullet Oriya
bullet Phoenician bullet Punjabi
bullet Runic] bullet Samaritan
bullet Sanskrit bullet Sinhalese
bullet Syriac bullet Tamil
bullet Telugu bullet Thai
bullet Tibetan bullet Tocharian
bullet Ugarit bullet TBA
Ancient Historical logo Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Praesent vestibulum molestie lacus. Aenean nonummy hendrerit mauris. Phasellus porta. Fusce suscipit varius mi. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes.

read more

Languages of the World

Astrology Sun Dial


At the entrance of the harbor of the Mediterranean island of Rhodes in Greece.


In AD 654, the Arabs invaded Rhodes. They disassembled the remains of the broken Colossus and sold them to a Jew from Syria. It is said that the fragments had to be transported to Syria on the backs of 900 camels

Languages Of South America

The Penutian Family is scattered throughout Central and South America. The best known langauge is Araucanian from Chile.

The Carib Family is found scattered in the rain forests and coasts of northern South America. The languages include Carib (once spoken in the Caribbean islands), Ge, Panoan and Chiquito.

Hixkaryana (spoken by 350 people in the Brazilian rain forest) has the rare word order of Object-Verb-Subject. This word order is unknown outside of South America.

The Andean-Equatorial Family covers large areas of South America. It includes Quechua (the language of the Incas in Peru and Ecuador), Aymara (Bolivia), Guarani (Paraguay), Tupi (Brazil) and Arawak (Carribean Coasts). Garifuna is found on the Caribean coasts of Central America. The family is divided into five branches.

Quechua nouns have no gender or articles. There are no irregular verbs. Many suffixes are used on verbs and nouns to indicate doubt, uncertainty, distance, beginning, warning, etc.

  Languages Of North America And The Artic   Languages Of South America   Languages Of Australia
  Languages Of Central America   Languages Of Papa New Guinea   Language Isolates
1970 Moer Foundation, Inc. All rights Reserved. Read Privacy Policy.