I Love Languages
A wonderful site! Contains resource pages for tons of languages (modern, extinct and artificial), dictionaries, schools, resources, job listings, and more!
- The Yamada Language Center
Hosts an excellent archive of foreign-language fonts, a great page of language resources, and lots of links.
A database of world languages, categorized by region. Lists almanac-style facts for each country. "For each language, its alternate names, number of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic affiliation, multilingualism of speakers, availability of the Bible, and other demographic and sociolinguistic information are given if known."
- The KryssTal: Language Page
Lots of great stuff! Information on language families, some fascinating lists and essays on borrowings, dialects and grammar. Also has a nice selection of links!
- An Introduction to Linguistics
A simple site, but it summarizes linguistics and its subdisciplines (is that a word?) nicely. Also contains a version of the IPA chart.
- Indo-European Languages
A list of I-E languages, archive of scholarly articles, I-E chronology, scripts, glossaries, a clickable family tree, essays, links, dictionaries, a discussion list and more.
- LingNet - The Linguists' Network
A military-associated site where a free membership gives you access to a bulletin board, an interesting variety of files, and more.
- Lexeme Morpheme Base Morphology
You may say "Lexemes? Morphemes? Pshaw!" but visit this page anyway - at the bottom are several great links to online dictionaries, online grammars, resources for foreign-language morphologies and, best of all, a collection of really fun and entertaining linguistics sites!
- The I Can Eat Glass Project
Learn how to say "I can eat glass, it does not hurt me" in a multitude of different languages and dialects! If you're thinking "That's useless!", well...you're right! To whet your appetite, here's Welsh: Dw i'n gallu bwyta gwydr, dwy e ddim yn gwneud dolur i mi.
- The Darmok Dictionary
A fascinating look at an artifical language, composed of idioms derived from well-known (alien) stories, which was created for an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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