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A high german word which literally means language space [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/sprachraum q.v.]. In addition to Modern Languages I have an interest in classical Greek and would hope someday to have resources for Arabic and Sanskrit.
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A high german word which literally means language space ([[:en:sprachraum|q.v.]]). In addition to Modern Languages I have an interest in classical Greek and would hope someday to have resources for Arabic and Sanskrit.
 
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We also use the terms <i>Wen Ren</i> and <i>[[Nostratus]]</i> to refer to a possible future human natural language. The first term is used to emphasize the role of ideographs in said language and the second is a purposeful conflation with the linguistic construct with a similar name.
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We also use the terms <i>Ren Wen </i> and <i>[[Nostratus]]</i> to refer to a possible future human natural language. The first term is used to emphasize the role of ideographs in said language and the second is a purposeful conflation with the linguistic construct with a similar name.

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A high german word which literally means language space (q.v.). In addition to Modern Languages I have an interest in classical Greek and would hope someday to have resources for Arabic and Sanskrit.

We also use the terms Ren Wen and Nostratus to refer to a possible future human natural language. The first term is used to emphasize the role of ideographs in said language and the second is a purposeful conflation with the linguistic construct with a similar name.