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CLDR Ticket #8185(closed: needs-more-info)

Opened 4 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

Gothic language defined in the Gothic language

Reported by: roel11112@… Owned by: anybody
Component: unknown Data Locale: got
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Hello,

I was referred here by Wikipedia when I looked for a way to change the current way in which Gothic is defined in the wikipedia language list.

I 'm active at the Gothic wikipedia and currently Gutisk is used to refer to Gothic. First of all, Gutisk is not correct, as it should be written as Gutisks if you want to use -isks. There is a phrase in Gothic in which there is a reference to the Gothic people as Gutþiuda (Goth + folk), also in a Latin text written by a Goth, he uses the Gothic word Gothiscandza, which is reconstructed in Gothic as *Gutiskandja "Gothic

A fully correct neologism in Gothic grammar would be: *Gutisko Razda. This means: The Gothic language. Gutisko = feminine word with a definite article. Razda = language

But the currently used Gutisk makes no sense at all.

The language code of Gothic is got, ISO-code is 693-3.

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comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by emmons

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to needs-more-info

There is no instance of "Gutisk" in our data.

Last edited 4 years ago by mark (previous) (diff)
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