Our languages are containers of pearls and oysters. The pearls are very easy to identify because their words are built by ancient biliteral roots which are of two types – in original letters or variant letters. The oysters in our languages are words difficult to identify because they are not built of clear original or variant biliteral roots.
Trying to originate the oyster type of words by consulting other languages is time-consuming without a certain positive result unless they were clearly built with original or variant biliteral roots.
The oysters in our languages are many.
And the number of pearls are dependent on the quality of the old linguists of each language.
Last modified: June 11, 2023