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    "goose" is "patë" in Albanian, not "gatë".

    "goose" is "patë" in Albanian, not "gatë".
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    I don't understand why so many people think...

    I don't understand why so many people think Italian is hard. My personal opinion is that Italian is one of the easiest languages and the most easy Latin language.

    Spanish is very similar to...
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    You shouldn't take into consideration YouTube...

    You shouldn't take into consideration YouTube videos. Most of the people posting are pre-teenagers just trying to kill time.

    What i don't understand is why smo in this forum would make reference...
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    First, no migration recorded on the area where...

    First, no migration recorded on the area where speaking and most importantly Thracian words are LOANS in Albanian. How can Albanian be a Thracian language when Daco-Thracian words are loans....
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    Ok as starters from XI century is noted the local...

    Ok as starters from XI century is noted the local name Arbër not the Illyrians and this name comes almost 100% from the Illyrian tribe of Albanoi whose dwelling by the historians are "the lands...
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    Zanipolo IDK if you're playing dumb or what. Of...

    Zanipolo IDK if you're playing dumb or what. Of course there is no reference to Albanians with the name "Albanians". If there were we wouldn't be discussing this right now. The name Albania comes...
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    Idk if it is of your interest but ö...

    Idk if it is of your interest but ö andü,respectively sound exactely like the Albanian ë and y. Especially the ü. Idk if the Albanian letters are umlauts or not, and if there is a phonological diff,...
  8. Just to make clear. When I say Greek I do not...

    Just to make clear. When I say Greek I do not mean a native whom from Greek influence at that time might have considered himself Greek, but I doubt Greeks considered him Greek.

    The Greek colonies...
  9. So let me see if I understand this right. At some...

    So let me see if I understand this right. At some point there were Greek descendants, under the Greek sphere of influence that considered themselves not Greek? Am i right? Well that seems...
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    If you look like 2-3 post more you'll see that I...

    If you look like 2-3 post more you'll see that I already apologized for my mistake...



    Ok, so you're saying that all those "words" i said aren't more or less synonyms to the word "to open"??? ...
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    As a starter, could i get like a single text of...

    As a starter, could i get like a single text of Gheg Albanian, pre-WWII (or after) text where qiell is written as çiel? I'd like to see that...

    Next according to your theory from "çel" aka sky we...
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    Idk if you know Albanian or not but "me u...

    Idk if you know Albanian or not but

    "me u çu", "me kalu" and "me hip", do not have the same meaning. "Me u çu", the 'paskajore' (I don't know the word in english) form of the verb "çoj/çohem" in...
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    I have no idea about "zaptoj" and "zgavër" but...

    I have no idea about "zaptoj" and "zgavër" but "zanafillë" might be a composite word from "zë" - "it start-s/ed" like in "Zuri shiu" or "Zuri të bjerë shi" or "Zë të flas") and "fill" from the verb...
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    The letter /q/ is much more similar to /gj/ in...

    The letter /q/ is much more similar to /gj/ in pronunciation, /ç/ written in another way in Albanian would be /tsh/.

    The confusion of /q/ with /ç/ is more of a recent development in Albanian, more...
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    1) Italian "verde" means "green" not "grass"...as...

    1) Italian "verde" means "green" not "grass"...as far as I know "grass" in Italian is "erba'

    2) Idk if it is of your interest, even though not different meaning, is the word "Kopil" presumably...
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    Omigod, language forum not genetic... :/ ...

    Omigod, language forum not genetic... :/

    @dublin: No offense, but you're just saying a bunch of nonsense (on the linguistic note, I don't care genetically). Celtic-Serbian (Serbian to say but the...
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    Ok, you still don't get it...I'm not asking you...

    Ok, you still don't get it...I'm not asking you how old this words are but rather if these forms "duboh" and "dubok" are the modern form of these words or rather the old form...

    If they are the...
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    I beg your pardon but why should i have a...

    I beg your pardon but why should i have a problem?



    Ok, since you didn't understand it, I'm gonna break it into "smaller" pieces for you...

    Dubh and Dubok are the modern day form of the...
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    That is cause of the Bulgarian Empire from the IX...

    That is cause of the Bulgarian Empire from the IX to the XI century which majorly affected the toponimics in southern Albania, still noticeable today cause unlike the neigbhouring countries, which...
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    Yea, thanks for reminding me...where would i be...

    Yea, thanks for reminding me...where would i be without you?

    I owe you my life, literally...
  21. Thread: Illyria

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    I highly doubt that anything in the Balkans in...

    I highly doubt that anything in the Balkans in pure, so i doubt Dalmatians are pure Croatians, now or even more in the medieval times.

    If the Croatians nation was first created in the Dalmatia...
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    1) A river etymology doesn't prove anything...

    1) A river etymology doesn't prove anything rather than Morava got named by the Celts during their invasion in the Balkans since river, mountain names tend to stick and stay relatively unchanged...
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    Ok, just cause two words are similar doesn't...

    Ok, just cause two words are similar doesn't prove anything at all. Similar words among languages, even unrelated to each other are always found but if you really want to know, i guess Serbian as...
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    I read it here...

    I read it here
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    Well "Mess" in Messapian (meaning "middle" from...

    Well "Mess" in Messapian (meaning "middle" from PIE *medhyo) is exactly the same ("Mes") and has the same meaning even in modern Albanian.

    I don't know if the word "ujë" for water in Albanian is a...
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