This page lists significant additions and changes to Omniglot
with the most recent at the top. The small changes I make every
day are too numerous to include here.
The latest Omniglot news can also can be found on Twitter and RSS
New languages: Mortlockese, Puluwatese and Ulithian
New adapted scripts: Cham Cyrillic and New English
New numbers page: Cham and Puluwatese
New blog posts: Language Quiz, 40 days, Fish Kettles
New language: Pingelapese
New constructed scripts: Latin Logographic, Marshmallow Script,
Toki Pona hieroglyphs
New numbers pages: Ahtna, Carolinian and Ikpeng
Improved page: Morse Code
New blog posts: Language Quiz, The Secret Language of Basses, Fancy some cuddle-me-buff?
New Celtiadur posts: Animals and Donkeys
New languages: Bakairi, Carolinian and Ikpeng
New numbers pages: Bakairi and Woleaian
New blog posts: Language quiz, Drawing and Dragging, Fine Fettles
New Radio Omniglot podcast: Epsiode 28 - Languages in Fiction
New Celtiadur post: Pigs
New languages: Carijona, Japreria
New article: The Advantage of Using Elementary Readers to Learn Chinese
New blog posts: Language quiz, Emordnilaps, Clustering Consonants!
New Celtiadur posts: Sheep and Goats
New language: Carib
New constructed script: Tennobet
New numbers pages: Altay, Carib
New blog posts: Language Quiz, Are you a quidnunc?
New Celtiadur post: Cattle
Improved page: Uzbek
New languages: Panare, Pemon and Wayana
New adapted script: Phonemic Scots
New numbers pages: Altay (Tubalar dialect), Pemon and Wayana
Improved numbers pages: Proto-Celtic, Proto-Brythonic, Old Irish and Old Welsh
New Omniglot blog posts: Language Quiz, Nurdling and Working like a ...
5th January 2020
New constructed script: Piasvak
New adapted script: Chibetto Moji
New Omniglot blog posts: Language Quiz, New Year
New Celtiadur posts: Horses, Wolves & Sea Monsters
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