ISO 639-3 releases list of 2009 changes

John Cowan cowan at
Sat Jan 23 00:38:39 CET 2010

Randy Presuhn scripsit:

> In German the language is called "Schwäbisch", and in my experience
> in English it's called "Swabian".  Where is it called "Schwäbian"?

Among those who think that Germänn ist eßëntiälly Englisch mit ein
few Tschängen und das käpitäal Lëtteren und Lötten von Dötten.
As for Schwäbisch, it is essentially Swiss German ashamed of itself.

See .

A: "Spiro conjectures Ex-Lax."                  John Cowan
Q: "What does Pat Nixon frost her cakes with?"  cowan at
  --"Jeopardy" for generative semanticists

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