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Although we may never know much about the Dacian language, there are some words that are found only in Romanian (in all dialects), some of them have a cognate in Albanian language and these are generally thought to be inherited from Dacian, most of them being related to the pastoral life.
Modern words were often borrowed from French or Italian in the 19th century, later some were borrowed from German and English.
Words ending in "ă" are feminine, while words ending in consonant are masculine and neuter and the words ending in "e" can be of either gender.
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 Encyclopedia: List of Dacian words   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Romanian language contains about 200-300 words considered by many Romanian scholars to be of Dacian language origin.
Some of these etymologies are more controversial than others: because there are no significant surviving written examples of the Dacian language, it is difficult to verify, and because the Dacian language may have been relatively close to Latin, it is difficult to ascertain whether some of the words (e.g.
varză - "cabbage" (or from the Latin word viridia)
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/List-of-Dacian-words   (914 words)

  
 List of Dacian words -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
This is a partial List of Dacian words found in Romanian.
By adding place- and river-names, and most of the forms labelled 'etymon unknown', the number of the indigenous elements in Romanian may surpass 500 basic roots, which is in full agreement with the historical and archaeological data regarding the importance of the North Thracian (Dacian) influence in Romanian.
If this hypothesis is correct, then Albanian words which are of native Albanian origin can also be considered as Dacian words.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/l/li/list_of_dacian_words.htm   (904 words)

  
 Romanian language Article, Romanianlanguage Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Some words found only in Romanian (in all dialects) or with a cognate in Albanian language are generally thought to be inherited from Dacian, many of them being related to thepastoral life.
Modern words were often borrowed from French or Italian in the 19th century, some were laterborrowed from German and English.
Words ending in "ă" are feminine, while words ending in consonant are masculine and neuter and the words ending in "e"can be of either gender.
www.anoca.org /words/gender/romanian_language.html   (1391 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Dacian language Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Dacian language was an Indo-European language spoken by the ancient people of Dacia and it is a source of dispute about its origin and characteristics.
It is thought that they are borrowings from the Dacian language during Roman rule, and are the remains of the Dacian language.
An alternate hypothesis (originally developed by linguist Bogdan Petriceicu-Hasdeu) is that Dacian was in fact a form of Latin, which could explain the quick "romanization" of the Dacians after the Roman Empire occupied a portion of Dacia (albeit only about on one-seventh of Dacian territory and only for 165 years).
www.ipedia.com /dacian_language.html   (273 words)

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