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Thread: Where does the Albanian language come from? [VIDEO]

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    I did not read all because I just found it, http://www.academia.edu/2572082/The_invention_of_the_Slavic_fairytale
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    Sometimes, "ethnicity" is more linguistically defined and is mainly use as a tool for... territorial/political domination and ambitions of a few.
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    Albanian - ?celt? - tosk - myzeqjar
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    I am interested into seeing if hungarian, even daugh it is a uralic language, has retained a little bit of pannonian vocabules from the local pre-magyar people, because i think we could find some similarities, for instance: I heard a friend of mine, who is hungarian, saying to her mother via telephone something that i first recognized as an english bad word (pu**y) but that then when i asked her she told me that the world was "puszi" wich means kiss;
    In albanian Puthje is kiss, and so i started getting interested into this topic of common hungarian-albanian words, of course i didn't find much out there because i haven't yet deeply researched them but another characteristic and quite interesting one is this: in hungary they don't use "Police" or some similiar world for their police, while everyone else in europe does, they use Rendorszegg, the meaning of wich i asked this friend of mine again and she told me that it means litterally Order keepers, where Rendor is the world form public order while szegg is used to attach the meaning -keepers to the world Rendor.
    In albanian Rendi/Rend is oublic order.
    I don't know, tell me what you think about this, maybe pannonia was albanian speaking before the magyars and the romans arrived? who knows.
    Last edited by Gannicus; 22-08-19 at 20:58.

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