Etymology map

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Etymology map

Postby Dysgwr » 06 Nov 2013, 09:41

Greetings,

I recently stumbled on these maps that represent the etymology of several words at a pan-european level. Makes some interesting viewing.

Etymology map

I hope you enjoy!

Blessings,
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Re: Etymology map

Postby DaRC » 06 Nov 2013, 12:45

Very interesting - thanks for the link :grin:
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Re: Etymology map

Postby xidia » 06 Nov 2013, 23:31

that's fascinating, thank you.

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Re: Etymology map

Postby D'Arzhur » 08 Nov 2013, 10:32

Thanks! Really nice :)
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