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Agglutinative Language

atlantis: the lost empire alphabet. I love this. Atlantis is one of my favorite Disney movies!


Pazyryk 5th c BC and Sumerian 3500 BC - Sumerians are non-indo-european, non-semitic people and spoke agglutinative language like Turkish . Pazyryk people spoke Turkish, they are Saka (Scythian)-Oghuz Turks.(Prof.Dr.F.Agasıoglu Celilov)

agglutinative languages build words like legos, as seen here with turkish. each morpheme (unit if meaning) stands for one concept.

If you think this is too hard on literary criticism, read the Wikipedia article on deconstruction. Also because literary criticism is the biggest waste of time since CRB checks.

Japanese is generally an agglutinative language. So what does this actually mean? You must have heard of this in high school, but I will try to explain you in a few lines. The term "to agglutinate" was derived from the latin verb "agglutinare", which means "to glue together". Such languages have very few irregular verbs. The meaning of a specific verb can be changed by conjugating it. Conjugation in this sense basically means removing a part of a given word and then attaching morphemes…

Turkic Subars/Suvars; Sabirs, Sabaroi, Sabiri, Savari, Sabans, Sibirs, Suvars, Zubur, Subartuans, Chuvash; Aksuvars, Aksungurs, Severyans, Sevruks (Siberian Tatar folklore) and other variations (Similarity Between Turkish & Akkadian Based on Rules of Inflective Agglutinative Languages,Elşad Alili and Osman Çataloluk)