Science: Social_Sciences: Linguistics: Languages: Natural: Indo-European: Germanic
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This online electronic journal will focus on linguistic and literary themes, both general and specific, within the fields of English and German studies.
A Brief Germanic Linguistics Page
Runic inscriptions and comparative versions of the Lord's Prayer in early Germanic languages.
Characterization of the Germanic Language Family
Short survey of the linguistic characteristics of the Germanic family.
German Linguistics Occasional Papers
Student-run, contributed content, electronic archive for graduate students in Germanic linguistics. Includes submission instructions, archived documents and links.
Germanic Languages Links
Links to various resources on Germanic languages including dictionaries, language learning and general information.
The Germanic World
Articles, translations, bibliographies and Germanic language poetry.
Indo-European Language Resources
Despite its title, this site is almost exclusively devoted to links to scanned copies of some of the classic linguistic materials concerning verious Germanic languages: Proto-Germanic, Gothic, Old English, Modern English (Somerset dialect), Old and Middle High German, Old Saxon, Old Frisian, and Old Norse.
E-mail discussion list for Lowlands languages and cultures: Dutch, Zeelandic, Frisian, Limburgish, Low Saxon and derivatives--Afrikaans, Emigré Dutch/Frisian/Low Saxon, related pidgins and creoles, English and Scots. Subscription information, message archive, links.
Online Presentations in and about Lowlands Languages
Searchable index of links to Lowlands language sites: Afrikaans, Dutch, English, Frisian, Limburgish, Low Saxon, Scots, Zeelandic (Zeêuws, West Flemish, French Flemish), and other Pidgins and Creoles.
Scandinavian Language Online Resources
Links to dictionaries, glossaries, phrase books, linguistics information, texts, and courses for Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish.
Scandinavian Languages Grammar Comparison
Comparison of Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic, and Faroese grammars examining verbal inflections and exploring uses of certain dialects.
The Sigurd Portal
Aims at increasing the awareness of the linguistic similarities between the various Germanic languages in Europe.
Society for Germanic Linguistics
Founded in 1968 to serve scholars teaching and researching in Germanic Linguistics and Philology. Journal of Germanic Linguistics, newsletter, and conference updates.
Thor's Germanic Language Links
Index to multilingual sites featuring Germanic linguistics, language learning, and related cultures.
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