Latest Spot the Language Post Answered Correctly

Go here, and look into the comments. It is actually neither a South Indian language nor a SE Asian language, nor is it derived from Pali script. In fact, it comes from a different part of the world altogether.

What language is this? Or, more properly, what script is that, as obviously it is written in a particular script.
What language is this? Or, more properly, what script is that, as obviously it is written in a particular script.

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0 thoughts on “Latest Spot the Language Post Answered Correctly”

  1. Just looks like very bad handwriting…in English
    Maybe, modern day Greek == I can see the Lambda (λ) and the epsilon (ε) even omega (ω)

  2. Ge’ez is not used for Coptic, an ancient Egyptian language now only used as a liturgical language for Coptic Christians. Coptic script is an alphabet derived from Greek. Ge’ez is an abugida derived from Sabean and other south Arabian scripts. It’s the only major indigenous sub-Saharan African script. It’s mostly used to write Semitic Ethiopian and Eritrean languages. The cushitic languages like Oromigna currently use Latin-derived scripts

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