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Romaninet : Beginners' Romani Language

Romaninet : Beginners' Romani Language

Romany Language Basics

Romany Language Basics

The Romani; DNA, language and migration | Mathilda's Anthropology ...

The Romani; DNA, language and migration

The Romani; DNA, language and migration | Mathilda's Anthropology ...

Romani (romani ćhib), or Romany, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 5-6 million Roma people throughtout Europe and the USA. The largest concetration of Roma people live in Romania. In English these people are often called Gypsies. Romani texts produced in the USSR in the 1920s and 1930s were written in the Cyrillic alphabet. This alphabet is still used by Romani in Russia, Bulgaria and Serbia. (...)

Romani (romani ćhib), or Romany, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 5-6 million Roma people throughtout Europe and the USA. The largest concetration of Roma people live in Romania. In English these people are often called Gypsies. Romani texts produced in the USSR in the 1920s and 1930s were written in the Cyrillic alphabet. This alphabet is still used by Romani in Russia, Bulgaria and Serbia. (...)

Migration of the Romani language patterns across Europe from northcentral India. Seven variations are distinct enough to be considered separate languages - Vlax Romani, Balkan Romani, Carpathian Romani, and Sinte Romani being the largest  groups, while  Para-Romani dialects merge with Romance languages. Romani is considered Northwest Indo-Aryan, or New Indo-Aryan.

Migration of the Romani language patterns across Europe from northcentral India. Seven variations are distinct enough to be considered separate languages - Vlax Romani, Balkan Romani, Carpathian Romani, and Sinte Romani being the largest groups, while Para-Romani dialects merge with Romance languages. Romani is considered Northwest Indo-Aryan, or New Indo-Aryan.

Article discussing Romani language -- In Europe, Gypsies are also known as Tsiganes, Zigeuners, and Gitanos.

Article discussing Romani language -- In Europe, Gypsies are also known as Tsiganes, Zigeuners, and Gitanos.

Gypsy (or Gipsy) The Gospel of Matthew in Baltic Romany Language, Lithuanian Dialect / Evangelia Matejostyr - Baltyko Raomani Chib

Gypsy (or Gipsy) The Gospel of Matthew in Baltic Romany Language, Lithuanian

Gypsy (or Gipsy) The Gospel of Matthew in Baltic Romany Language, Lithuanian Dialect / Evangelia Matejostyr - Baltyko Raomani Chib

Triumphal procession through the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum, commemorating the sack of Jerusalem.

Triumphal procession through the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum, commemorating the sack of Jerusalem.

Romani (romani ćhib), or Romany, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 5-6 million Roma people throughtout Europe and the USA. The largest concetration of Roma people live in Romania. In English these people are often called Gypsies. This alphabet is used in literature about Romani languages written by linguists and represents a set of set of orthographical practices which exhibit a basic core of shared graphemes and a small amount of divergence in several areas. (...)

Romani (romani ćhib), or Romany, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 5-6 million Roma people throughtout Europe and the USA. The largest concetration of Roma people live in Romania. In English these people are often called Gypsies. This alphabet is used in literature about Romani languages written by linguists and represents a set of set of orthographical practices which exhibit a basic core of shared graphemes and a small amount of divergence in several areas. (...)

Indo-Aryan language regions adjacent to the Indus Valley are the Sindhi, Lahnda, Kohistani, Pashal, Khowar, Shina, Kashmiri, Dogri; nearby are also the Punjab, Rahasthani and Gujarati. Although Romani originates in Central region, 'It shares an innovative pattern of past-tense person concord with the languages of the Northwest, such as Kashmiri and Shina. '

Indo-Aryan language regions adjacent to the Indus Valley are the Sindhi, Lahnda, Kohistani, Pashal, Khowar, Shina, Kashmiri, Dogri; nearby are also the Punjab, Rahasthani and Gujarati. Although Romani originates in Central region, 'It shares an innovative pattern of past-tense person concord with the languages of the Northwest, such as Kashmiri and Shina. '

Letter composed in the Romani language by the English Romanichal Sylvester “Westerous”Boswell, 1874

The written Romani language – never say “never”

Letter composed in the Romani language by the English Romanichal Sylvester “Westerous”Boswell, 1874

FREELANG - free online Korean-English and English-Korean dictionary (romanized)

FREELANG - free online Korean-English and English-Korean dictionary (romanized)

Hıdırellez or Hıdrellez (Turkish: Hıdırellez or Hıdrellez, Azerbaijani: Xıdır İlyas or Xıdır Nəbi, Crimean Tatar: Hıdırlez, Romani language: Ederlezi) is celebrated as the day on which Prophets Hızır (Al-Khidr) and Ilyas (Elijah) met on the earth.Hıdırellez starts on May 5 night and falls on May 6 in the Gregorian calendar and April 23 in the Julian calendar. It is celebrated in Turkey and throughout the Turkic world. It celebrates the arrival of spring and is a religious holiday for the…

Hıdırellez or Hıdrellez (Turkish: Hıdırellez or Hıdrellez, Azerbaijani: Xıdır İlyas or Xıdır Nəbi, Crimean Tatar: Hıdırlez, Romani language: Ederlezi) is celebrated as the day on which Prophets Hızır (Al-Khidr) and Ilyas (Elijah) met on the earth.Hıdırellez starts on May 5 night and falls on May 6 in the Gregorian calendar and April 23 in the Julian calendar. It is celebrated in Turkey and throughout the Turkic world. It celebrates the arrival of spring and is a religious holiday for the…