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  • 1Adamic language — The Adamic language is, according to Abrahamic traditions, the mythical language spoken by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Adamic is typically identified with either the language used by God to address Adam, or the language invented by Adam… …

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  • 2Language — This article is about the properties of language in general. For other uses, see Language (disambiguation). Cuneiform is one of the first known forms of written language, but spoken language is believed to predate writing by tens of thousands of… …

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  • 3Adamic earth — Earth Earth ([ e]rth), n. [AS. eor[eth]e; akin to OS. ertha, OFries. irthe, D. aarde, OHG. erda, G. erde, Icel. j[ o]r[eth], Sw. & Dan. jord, Goth. a[=i]r[thorn]a, OHG. ero, Gr. ?, adv., to earth, and perh. to E. ear to plow.] 1. The globe or… …

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  • 4Universal language — A universal language is a hypothetical historical or mythical language said to be spoken and understood by all or most of the world s population;or, in some circles, is said to be understood by all living things, beings, and objects alike. In… …

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  • 5Origin of language — The origin of language is the emergence of language in the human species. This is a highly controversial topic, empirical evidence being so limited that many regard it as unsuitable for serious scholars. In 1866, the Linguistic Society of Paris… …

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  • 6Chinese as a foreign language — Learn Chinese redirects here. For the song by Jin, see Learn Chinese (song). Chinese as a foreign or second language is the study of the Chinese languages by non native speakers. Increased interest in China from those outside has led to a… …

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  • 7Proto-World language — The term Proto World language refers to the hypothetical, most recent common ancestor of all the world s languages ndash; an ancient proto language from which are derived all modern languages, all language families, and all dead languages known… …

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  • 8Divine language — For specific natural languages considered divine , see Sacred language. For the fictional language in the film The Fifth Element, see Divine Language (The Fifth Element). Language of God redirects here. For the book by Francis Collins, see The… …

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  • 9Mythical origins of language — There have been many accounts of the origin of language in the world s mythologies and other stories pertaining to the origin of language, the development of language and the reasons behind the diversity in languages today. These myths have… …

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  • 10Proto-Human language — The Proto Human language (also Proto Sapiens, Proto World) is the hypothetical most recent common ancestor of all the world s languages. The concept of Proto Human presupposes monogenesis of all recorded spoken human languages. It does not… …

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  • 11Sun Language Theory — The Sun Language Theory ( tr. Güneş Dil Teorisi) was a linguistic hypothesis proposing that all human languages are descendants of one Central Asian primal language. The theory further proposed that the only language remaining more or less the… …

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  • 12Pseudoscientific language comparison — is a form of pseudoscience that seeks to establish historical connections between languages by pointing out similarities between them. While comparative linguistics also studies the historical relationships of languages, linguistic comparisons… …

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  • 13Philosophical language — A philosophical language is any constructed language that is constructed from first principles, like a logical language, but may entail a strong claim of absolute perfection or transcendent or even mystical truth rather than satisfaction of… …

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  • 14Confusion of tongues — Gustave Doré s interpretation of the confusion of tongues. The confusion of tongues (confusio linguarum) is the initial fragmentation of human languages described in the Book of Genesis 11:1–9, as a result of the construction of the Tower of… …

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  • 15Langue Adamique — Le thème lié à la recherche de la langue parlée par les personnages mythiques des textes fondateurs des religions abrahamiques, Adam et Ève, a passionné les érudits travaillant sur le fait religieux. Détail du Jardin d Eden, panneau gauche du… …

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  • 16Endowment (Latter Day Saints) — In Latter Day Saint theology, the Endowment usually refers to an ordinance or ritual that is performed in Latter Day Saint temples. The term may also refer more generally to any gift of “power from on high”, or more specifically to events of… …

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  • 17Multilingualism — Bilingual redirects here. For the journal, see Bilingualism (journal). For other uses, see Bilingual (disambiguation). For multilingualism in Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Multilingual coordination Multilingualism is the act of using, or promoting the …

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  • 18Tree model — Austro Asiatic Language Tree Maya Lan …

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  • 19Tower of Babel — The Tower of Babel ( he. מגדל בבל Migdal Bavel ar. برج بابل Burj Babil ) is a structure featured in chapter 11 of the Book of Genesis, an enormous tower intended as the crowning achievement of the city of Babilu, the Akkadian name for Babylon.… …

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  • 20List of eponymous adjectives in English — An eponymous adjective is an adjective which has been derived from the name of a person, real or fictional. Persons from whose name the adjectives have been derived are called eponyms.Following is a list of eponymous adjectives in English. A… …

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