Dr.L.I.Cuesdean, alias Hangeonos, makes a try to learn you about theEuropean Languages from the outs

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  1. hangeonos

    hangeonos Guest

    Read Romanian, the first language of Europe, Editor Solif, Bucharest,
    2008.
    It exists a real Onomatopoeic Romanian language with more than 350
    primary words, something missing in other European languages.
    You have to admit that it existed even more than 10.000 years ago,
    in the First Farmers Civilization from Romania, and also in the famous
    Romanian Painted Pottery Civilization of Cucuteni, 7000 years ago,
    with the Romanian type dressing, on archaeology models, of the same
    age, on all Danube's sides.
    They are lasting until today, only in Romania.
    Reading the book you'll have a lot of surprises, especially that
    European words are starting from these Romanian onomatopoeias
    (understude only by Romanians and no else),and that their sense is
    created by Romanian morphems, with their senses added, sometime by
    pleonasm,by redundancy, to compose a new European sense (desribed as
    Romanian metaphores).
    The first CART=CAR, in Romanian, Latin etymology CARRUM, was making
    big nois=a CÂR-âi=to croak, to bicker, a sCÂR-þii=to creak, to
    scratch, to scrape.
    To out, to blow out, to fly; to go by air, to soar, you express in
    Romanian by onomtopoeia ZBRR or by the derived word a ZBuR-a, latin
    ethymology EXVOLARE.
    You'll see that Romanian language is not coming from the Romans,
    because it has a special system deriving from onomatopoeias, the
    oldest from Europe, and because, even the Gets, the ancestors of
    Romanians were spiking "Latin", alike Iller-Gets BC, in the Iberic
    Peninsula.
    Goth were real Gets according to Jordanes, who is the only one in the
    history that wrotte a book Getica about Goth (De Origine Actibusque
    Getarum), and sayng clear that the Goth are the antique Gets from
    today Romania.
    The vocabulary you may find in http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:List_of_Proto-Indo-European_roots
    is theirs.
    Strabon, in 64 BC, said that Dacians and Gets (Getae) were the same
    people with the same language.
    These Gets (Goth) were spread at the north side of Rine and Danube,
    and when met Julius Cezar he was so astonished by their "Latin"
    language, that he said that they are twin brothers with the Latins
    (=Germans).
    According to Gabriel Gheorghe and a lot of scholars, even Germans,
    this was a Getic space, in a Daco-Getic Kingdom
    http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=41CF2E7C0849C136 .
    "http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germenii_extraromani_ai_limbii_latine".
     
    hangeonos, Feb 2, 2009
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    CBFalconer Guest

    hangeonos wrote:
    >
    > Read Romanian, the first language of Europe, Editor Solif,
    > Bucharest, 2008.
    >
    > It exists a real Onomatopoeic Romanian language with more than
    > 350 primary words, something missing in other European languages.
    > You have to admit that it existed even more than 10.000 years
    > ago, in the First Farmers Civilization from Romania, and also in
    > the famous Romanian Painted Pottery Civilization of Cucuteni,
    > 7000 years ago, with the Romanian type dressing, on archaeology
    > models, of the same age, on all Danube's sides.


    Where is this detailed in the C standard? Are you suggesting that
    C was in use 10,000 years ago?

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    Try the download section.
     
    CBFalconer, Feb 2, 2009
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  3. Re: Dr.L.I.Cuesdean, alias Hangeonos, makes a try to learn you about the European Languages from the outset

    CBFalconer <> writes:
    > hangeonos wrote:
    >> Read Romanian, the first language of Europe, Editor Solif,

    [snip]
    >
    > Where is this detailed in the C standard? Are you suggesting that
    > C was in use 10,000 years ago?


    Will you PLEASE stop posting followups to spam? Furrfu.

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    Keith Thompson, Feb 2, 2009
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