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    • http://www.ethnologue.com/
    • Topic: Dialectology / Linguistic geography; Language documentation / Field linguistics; Language typology; ...
      Language: Afro-Asiatic languages; Ainu; Algic languages; ...
      Source type: Reference works
      Access: free access
    • http://reduplication.uni-graz.at/
    • Topic: Grammar research; Language acquisition; Language typology; ...
      Language: Afro-Asiatic languages; Ainu; Algic languages; ...
      Research type: Research projects
      Access: free access
    • http://wals.info/
    • Topic: Dialectology / Linguistic geography; Language typology; Morphology; Phonetics / Phonology; Syntax
      Keyword: linguistic atlas
      Language: Afro-Asiatic languages; Ainu; Alacalufan languages; Algic languages; Altaic languages; Andoque / Andoke; Arauan languages; Araucanian languages; Arawakan languages; Australian languages; Austro-Asiatic languages; Austronesian languages; Aymaran languages; Barbacoan languages; Basque; Border languages; Burushaski; Caddoan languages; Carib languages; Cayubaba / Cayuwaba; Chapacura-Wanham languages; Chibchan languages; Chimakuan language; Chiquitano; Chon languages; Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages; Chumash languages; Coahuiltecan language; Daga; Dravidian languages; East Bird's Head-Sentani languages; East Geelvink Bay languages; Eskimo-Aleut languages; Hadza; Haida; Harakmbet languages; Hmong-Mien languages; Hokan languages; Huave languages; Indo-European languages; Iroquoian languages; Japanese; Jivaroan languages; Kadugli-Krongo languages; Kartvelian languages; Katukinan languages; Kaure languages; Keres languages; Khoisan languages; Kiowa Tanoan languages; Korean; Kutenai; Kwomtari; Lakes Plain languages; Left May languages; Lule-Vilela language; Macro-Ge languages; Makah; Mascoian languages; Mataco-Guaicuru languages; Mayan languages; Misumalpan languages; Mixe-Zoque languages; Monumbo; Movima language; Mura language; Muskogean languages; Na-Dene languages; Nambiquaran languages; Niger-Congo languages; Nilo-Saharan languages; Nimboran languages; Northwest Caucasian languages; Oksapmin; Oto-Manguean languages; Páez; Panoan languages; Papuan languages; Peba-Yaguan languages; Penutian languages; Puinavean languages; Qaqet; Ramu-Lower Sepik languages; Saliba; Salishan languages; Senagi languages; Sentani; Sepik languages; Shom Peng; Sino-Tibetan languages; Siouan languages; Sko languages; Sulka; Sulung; Tacanan languages; Tai-Kadai languages; Tarascan languages; Tequistlatecan languages; Ticuna; Tor-Kwerba languages; Torricelli languages; Trans-New Guinea languages; Trumai language; Tucanoan languages; Tupi languages; Uralic languages; Uru-Chipaya languages; Uto-Aztecan languages; Wakashan languages; Warao; Washo; West Papuan languages; Yanomam languages; Yareba; Yele-West New Britain languages; Yeniseian languages; Yuchi; Yukaghir; Yuki languages; Yuracare language; Zaparoan languages; Zuni
      Source type: Reference works
      Publisher: Max-Planck-Institut für Evolutionäre Anthropologie, Leipzig
      Written in: English
      Access: free access
      Subject area: General Linguistics
      editorial staff Lin|gu|is|tik: UB Frankfurt a.M.
      DBIS : 8187