Wikipedia:Reference desk/Archives/Language/November 2006

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November 1[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 1

  1. Is this saying present in other languages??
  2. Articles on a French calendar
  3. done, through, and finished
  4. German :"Darf ich Sie etwas fragen" or "Darf ich Ihnen etwas fragen"
  5. French-English translation
  6. The meaning of names in Kurdish to English.
  7. Help a Korean-speaking wikipedian (not me)

November 2[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 2

  1. Plural of häuptling?
  2. trange plurals
  3. Dangherous sadly died in 2080?
  4. Chiffonade
  5. English pronunciation of Kant
  6. word search

November 3[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 3

  1. Translation meaning
  2. Meanings of alternate conjugations of Anochecer (spanish)
  3. The profession of neurology
  4. Words beginning with 'C' in German
  5. aragraph alignment
  6. Phonemic disctinction between /r/ and /ɹ/

November 4[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 4

  1. "Do you have . . . ?" in Japanese
  2. Italian slang
  3. Perplexing Plaque
  4. Enough Danish to get by
  5. List of events

November 5[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 5

  1. Greek motto
  2. what is the differance between mass and weight?
  3. Bibliography of Wikipedia
  4. momism or real phrase
  5. Titular versus Eponymous

November 6[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 6

  1. "Davka" in Hebrew
  2. Mock English?
  3. 'Named for' vs. 'named after'
  4. William Wordworth Daffodills.
  5. serbian..cyrillic alphabet help.. please, i'm confused enough as it is...
  6. Why were glyphs rotated?
  7. Editing

November 7[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 7

  1. Use of the word "horta" as evil/demon
  2. Four different types of PDF file(s)
  3. 'Half assed/half arsed'
  4. Wiki from Waka Waka?
  5. Adding r after words ending with vowels

November 8[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 8

  1. ew Year's Eve
  2. "...difficult, if not impossible..."
  3. Landstraßer Hauptstraße
  4. The word "rug"

November 9[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 9

  1. The French [ç]
  2. Corpora
  3. free public domain language courses
  4. When will American English mutate to being incomprehensible to British English speakers?
  5. My Horse has fallen/fell down the toilet
  6. English word meaning "a saying that at first appears to be insightful, but upon further examination is so obvious as to be trite"
  7. Question for the Brits
  8. addition of word to the English language

November 10[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 10

  1. Crest translation
  2. Check against delivery
  3. Danish names (Verner or Werner)
  4. modern slang
  5. lawful versus legal
  6. language of origin unknown - translation requested
  7. ZOMG
  8. Norwegian pronunciation of "Kielland"
  9. suppression, repression and oppresion
  10. French owls
  11. Mixed accent

November 11[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 11

  1. They shall not grow old...
  2. searhing for a word
  3. Which programming language for a linguist?
  4. Language
  5. Comma edits
  6. IPA for bane and bone
  7. Best Language
  8. Name translation from English to Bulgarian
  9. German-speaking kings
  10. Irregular plurals
  11. Spanish. What does 'guero canelo' means?

November 12[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 12

  1. ath/Maths question
  2. There Is An Argument By An Ancient Greek. Hmmm, Maybe Not Ancient Greek, Roman, Perhaps?
  3. Plural of OS
  4. How to best learn a language

November 13[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 13

  1. Sod this for a game of soldiers!
  2. O!, or, oar, oral...
  3. a bit of latin?
  4. Education in mother tongue
  5. APPOSITIVE ---- A MODIFIER?
  6. How do you pronounce "Dromiceiomimus"?
  7. On confusing countries
  8. Origin of "score" as a unit of 20.
  9. Too many prepositions
  10. Weird Language/Spelling in Safari Browser-Only in the Wikipedia site
  11. Thinking Questions- Reading

November 14[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 14

  1. Japanese - two questions
  2. Pronounciation of lasso
  3. talin quote :ru:en
  4. mystery word
  5. Spanish pronunciation of "s" as "h"
  6. Latin in USA

November 15[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 15

  1. I do do my laundry."
  2. question
  3. Latvian
  4. About the English Language
  5. hotclaws**
  6. IPA question
  7. What is "the rhythm divine"?
  8. German "zum Nachbarn"
  9. Spanish question

November 16[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 16

  1. Correct grammar
  2. In What Language Is The Following? Thanks.100110100 10:05, 16 November 2006 (UTC)
  3. Unable to speak
  4. hotclaws**
  5. Plattdeutsch
  6. O no! My horse fell again!
  7. Pudsey fundraising
  8. Origin of the term Lime

November 17[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 17

  1. Proper Possessive Nouns
  2. -i suffix for adjectives?
  3. Lack of undeletability
  4. English-Latin Translation
  5. eferencing and Unnumbered Page

November 18[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 18

  1. Translation from Italian to English
  2. What's the language?
  3. Dysphoria

November 19[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 19

  1. Quick Grammar help
  2. Latin translation of "database"
  3. lex

November 20[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 20

  1. Plural Question
  2. Hebrew Wikipedia
  3. Questions about Spanish
  4. Plaintext language corpora in natural languages
  5. Norwegian name pronunciation
  6. How many meaningful prefix and suffix does the English language have?
  7. IPA for Ecce Homo
  8. Quoting and Citing
  9. research
  10. anachronistic vocab
  11. Translation into Korean?
  12. Japanese translation
  13. Fallacy name?

November 22[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 22

  1. translation to spanish
  2. Translation
  3. Crossword Clues
  4. Marathi name for the bird Turkey.
  5. Meaning
  6. hotclaws**

November 23[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 23

  1. Riff question
  2. lease don't laugh - or laugh all you want :)
  3. hotclaws**
  4. Definition : Lavacious
  5. "not a girl who misses much"

November 24[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 24

  1. Classical and Modern Greek
  2. Seeing things
  3. I take it there's no Rosetta Stone for Classical Nahuatl, is there?
  4. Australia fought "with"
  5. inge (vulva)
  6. how is this story
  7. Divers(e)
  8. Quaker language
  9. hotclaws**
  10. Word for all colonies

November 25[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 25

  1. French : subjonctif or indicatif? : espérez-vous que, je ne pense pas que,....
  2. ecordings in Different Dialects of Mandarin
  3. Using a single word multiple times to form a sentence
  4. IPA for "spinel"
  5. food (bread) definition
  6. f you live in the UK
  7. hotclaws**
  8. What does this word mean?
  9. Meaning of "Lyrstan"
  10. Buying tickets online for gigs in france (from the UK)
  11. languages - German,French,Spanish,Chinese
  12. ade-Up Word

November 26[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 26

  1. French pronunciation of "Marseille"
  2. Parts of Speech
  3. Neoaudiophilia or audioneophilia?
  4. Arabic Question
  5. which language has largest number of words
  6. how to plan for future
  7. translation of a phrase in greek or english
  8. welsh greeting
  9. What 14 letter english word has 6 letters that are the same?

November 27[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 27

  1. Latin
  2. Eşkıya Dünyaya
  3. Pronunciation of "Latin"
  4. Ni yello
  5. welsh greeting
  6. vowels
  7. Romans
  8. Moutpiece?

November 28[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 28

  1. Farewell
  2. Latin
  3. Holland
  4. Internet
  5. correct english usage
  6. can you translate this imporatnt piece of information?
  7. English terms (from Spanish)
  8. lex
  9. Ecothical
  10. Having problem in writing in english
  11. upergrass?
  12. martial tradition

November 29[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 29

  1. Translation from Thai (I think) for copyright status
  2. hat language is this?
  3. Possessive
  4. IPA confusion or am I speaking a different dialect: French é

November 30[edit]

Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Language/2006 November 30

  1. Go to bed" in Hebrew
  2. Romance Languages
  3. PC swears
  4. Doesn't/Does not
  5. Surname
  6. Nzambi ia lufua
  7. Modeling or modelling?
  8. translation please ?
  9. Syllable stress or pitch accent or tones in various languages??