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  Encyclopedia: Urdu language
The language spoken in the court, and the language of literature, was primarily Persian, while the language of religion was Arabic.
The birthplace of the Urdu language is not known with certainty.
The Persian language was crucial in the formation of a common language of the Central, North and Northwest regions of the [Indian subcontinent].
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 Ge'ez language -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It later became the language of the Ethiopian imperial court; it is currently the language of use in the (Click link for more info and facts about Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church) Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church and the (Click link for more info and facts about Eritrean Orthodox Church) Eritrean Orthodox Church.
The Ge'ez language is generally considered a South (Click link for more info and facts about Semitic language) Semitic language.
Ge'ez was in turn replaced around 13th century AD by the (Click link for more info and facts about Amharic language) Amharic language in the south and the (Click link for more info and facts about Tigrigna language) Tigrigna language in the north.
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 Ethnologue, Languages of the World
Over 12,000 citations spanning 70 years of SIL International's language research in over 1,000 languages.
Books about languages and cultures of the world for education, research, and reference.
Computer resources including an extensive library for language researchers and software tools and fonts.
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 Seattle.gov - Fonts - Non-English Language Information on Seattle.Gov
We also suggest the GF Zemen Unicode font for the Amharic and Tigrigna language web pages, the Saysettha OT font for the Lao web page, and the Khmer OS System font for the Cambodian web page.
As a best practice to address this issue, we have provide alternate pages for 8 languages which in our testing have shown the most variable display results across computer platforms and different browsers.
The languages we have provided in this fashion are: Amharic, Cambodian, Farsi, Hindi, Lao, Punjabi, Tigrigna and Urdu.
www.seattle.gov /html/citizen/fonts.htm   (563 words)

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