LANGUAGEs. Metka Košir. Persian. Hindi. Urdu. Bengali. I N D O - E U R O P E A N. Welsh. Irish Gaelic. Scottish Gaelic. Breton. French. Italian. Spanish. Portuguese. Rhaeto-Romanic. Provencal. Romanian. German. English. Dutch. Frisian. Flemish. Norwegian.
lan·guage [láng gwij ] (plurallan·guages) noun1. speech of group: the speech of a country, region, or group of people, including its diction, syntax, and grammar2. communication with words: the human use of spoken or written words as a communication system3. system of communication: a system of communication with its own set of conventions or special words4. nonverbal communication between animals: a nonverbal form of communication used by birds and animals5. nonverbal communication between humans: the use of signs, gestures, or inarticulate sounds to communicate something6. specialist vocabulary: the characteristic forms of expression used by those in a specified group or sphere of activity7. style of verbal expression: the verbal style by which people express themselves the language of diplomacy8. COMPUTING See programming language