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- Logudorese Sardinian (Sardinian: sardu logudoresu, Italian: sardo logudorese) is one of the two written standards of Sardinian. The orthography is based...
- dialects merge into Logudorese. Campidanese Sardinian is intelligible to those from the central to southern part of Sardinia, where Logudorese Sardinian is spoken...
- Sardinian, consisting of both the Campidanese (southern Sardinia) and Logudorese (central Sardinia) dialects S****arese: northwestern Sardinia; a transitional...
- (Campidanese, Gallurese, Logudorese and S****arese), each with its own language code. The dialects centered on the Logudorese model are generally considered...
- languages, namely Sardinian, Corsican/Tuscan, and Ligurian; the neighbouring Logudorese dialects of Sardinian exercised a significant influence on the modern...
- with its inflections stripped away, among other grammatical changes. The Logudorese dialect of the Sardinian language is the closest contemporary language...
- nuraghe (Sardinian pronunciation: [nuˈɾaɣe], Italian: [nuˈraːɡe]; plural: Logudorese Sardinian nuraghes, Campidanese Sardinian nuraxis [nuˈɾaʒis], Italianized...
- Sardinia is informally known as the Four Moors (Italian: I quattro mori, Logudorese: Sos Bator Moros, Campidanese: Is Cuatru Morus) and comprises four Moor...
- (Yasha) (diminutive) Samoan: Iakopo, Semisi, Simi (Jim) Sardinian: Giagu (Logudorese), Iacu (Nuorese) Scots: Jeams, Jeames, Jamie, Jizer, Jamesie Scottish...
- of French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian, Old Provençal, and Logudorese Sardinian. By ****igning 3½ change points per vowel (with 2 points for...
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