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Today’s Date Factino:

Yukaghir consists of two related but mutually unintelligible languages, Tundra (Northern) and Forest (Southern). They’re both moribund, which means very few people speak them and only rarely, such that most of their vocabulary and other features have lapsed.

Yukaghir was first committed to written form in the 1970s by native speaker [of the Tundra version] Gavril Kurilov using an augmented Cyrillic alphabet.

To make Yukaghir’s display more widely readable here I’ve transcribed the Cyrillic to Roman and introduced some additional characters — c-hacek [č], Roman eng [ŋ], and the Greek letters chi [χ] and gamma [γ] — to avoid the English-biased digraphs ch, ng, kh, and gh. Democracy at work!







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Todays Date in many languages

today's date
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Here’s today’s date in over 450 languages and dialects. I’m favoring those that are at least a bit off the beaten track, offer Gregorian calendar terms that depart substantially from your run-of-the-mill neo-Latin, or both. Accordingly you won’t find French, Chinese, or Persian, say, but rather Picard, Manipuri, and Pashto. (Cool looking numerals are, naturally, an added plus.)

Sliding your mouse over each language’s name will reveal its pedigree. Brown terms in parentheses ( ) are alternate names for them, while those in brackets [ ] specify a particular subdivision or dialect shown. A curly braced question {?} indicates some uncertainty about the word.

One of the surprises here is how many non-European languages have Gregorian date terminology like this to dust off, at least for the record, even as their underlying cultures stand foursquare behind Islamic (Hijri), Hindu, Buddhist, or other calendar systems.

For those languages that expired before the advent of modern place-value numerals I’m using Roman. For Etruscan I’m using Etruscan numerals (basically Roman except that they used a lambda for 5) while pretending that those serene, elbow-lounging folks used the Gregorian calendar and reckoned dates sequentially as we do. Traditional Chuvash numerals follow a similar scheme, but with the smaller units to the left of the larger ones, a slash for 5, and a star for 1000. Mokshan resembles Chuvash but uses that lambda for 10 and a kind of reflected sawhorse for 1000.

The only non-Gregorian date I’m showing is an estimate for the Gaulish, whose calendar was offset by about half a month from that used by their Roman contemporaries and whose months alternated between 29 and 30 days as opposed to 30 and 31.

For the sake of uniformity the program writes everything out in the continental fashion of date, month name, and year. (Classical Latin, a special case at least by modern standards, is here.) It’s likely some languages might require inflectional modifications on the month names or other refinements, so just send a note through the Contact Me at the bottom of the home page and I’ll incorporate them.

Peter


In Abaza it’s 1 октябрь 2016
In Abenaki [Western] it’s 1 Benibagos 2016
In Abkhaz it’s 1 жьҭаара (ž’ţaara) 2016
In Afar it’s 1 Diteli 2016
In Aghem (Wum) it’s 1 ndzɔŋɔghǔuwelɔm 2016
In Agul it’s 1 куьлегь (kuleg’) 2016
In Ahom it’s1din sip (din sip)2016
In Ahtna it’s 1 benghaan’ saeni 2016
In Ainu it’s1(suneanchup) (suneanchup)2016
In Akan it’s 1 Ɔbɛsɛ-Ahinime 2016
In Alabama it’s 1 hasiholtina ispókkòoli 2016
In Albanian it’s 1 tetor 2016
In Albanian [Tosk] it’s 1 otobri 2016
In Algonquin it’s 1 namé;gos gizis 2016
In Alsatian it’s 1 Oktower 2016
In Altai it’s 1 ülürgen 2016
In Alutiiq [Kodiak] it’s 1 Kakegllum Iralua 2016
In Amharic it’s 1 taqamt 2016
In Apatani (Tanii) it’s 1 entii piilo 2016
In Arabic [Levantine] it’s1تشرين الأول (tishreenu alāwal)2016
In Arabic [Libyan] it’s1الثمور (al θumūr)2016
In Aragonese it’s 1 otubre 2016
In Aramaic [Syriac] it’s1tishrin qāmayā2016
In Aromanian it’s 1 xumedru 2016
In Arpitan [Stéphenois] it’s 1 otobrou 2016
In Arpitan [Savoyard] it’s 1 ôctôbro 2016
In Assiniboine it’s 1 anukope 2016
In Asturian it’s 1 ochobre 2016
In Atikamekw it’s 1 namekosi pisimw 2016
In Austro-Bavarian it’s 1 Oktoba 2016
In Avar it’s 1 октябралъул 2016
In Aymara it’s 1 taypi sata phaxsi 2016
In Bagvalal it’s 1 бμшунаð 2016
In Bahasa Banjar it’s 1 Uktubir 2016
In Bakweri (Mokpwe) it’s 1 Egbe 2016
In Baluchi it’s 1 sartán 2016
In Bambara it’s 1 Oktòburu 2016
In Bariai it’s 1 uria sat 2016
In Basaa it’s 1 bïìoèoêm 2016
In Bashkir it’s 1 ҡарасай (qarasai) 2016
In Basque it’s 1 urria 2016
In Batak it’s 1 sipaha pitu 2016
In Bats (Tsova-Tush) it’s 1 ghviob 2016
In Belarusian it’s 1 кастрычніка 2016
In Bemba it’s 1 ulusuba lukalamba 2016
In Bena it’s 1 pa mwedzi gwa kumi 2016
In Beothuk it’s 1 godabonyegh 2016
In Bishnupriya it’s1October2016
In Bislama it’s 1 Oktoba 2016
In Blackfoot (Siksika) it’s 1 niipístsi otsítainnisi’yihpi 2016
In Blin it’s1(metelu) (metelu)2016
In Bourguignon-Morvandiau it’s 1 octobe 2016
In Breton (Armoric) it’s 1 Mis Here 2016
In Bukhari (Judaeo-Tajik) it’s1(oktyabr)2016
In Bulgar it’s I keleu ae MMXVI
In Bulgarian [Eastern Rup] it’s 1 димитруския 2016
In Bulgarian [Rhodope] it’s 1 малката чôрква 2016
In Burmese it’s1auʿtobʰa2016
In Burushaski it’s 1 makuccum datukus 2016
In Buryat it’s 1 арбан һар 2016
In Carrier it’s 1 ɬoh uzʔ 2016
In Catalan it’s 1 d’octubre 2016
In Cham [Eastern] it’s1balan thapluh2016
In Chamorro it’s 1 oktubri 2016
In Chatino [Zona Alta] it’s 1 ko' rsayu 2016
In Chechen |A & B| it’s 1 basḳum or ardar butt 2016
In Chechen |C| it’s 1 гӏадужу-бутт (ġadužu-butt) 2016
In Cherokee it’s1 (Duninodi)2016
In Cheyenne it’s 1 Se’enehe 2016
In Chevak Cup’ik it’s 1 Ipukaqun 2016
In Chewa (Chichewa) it’s 1 mwezi wa Okutobala 2016
In Chickasaw it’s 1 Uktopa 2016
In Chimané [Mosetén] it’s 1 tyakyatyi’ ïwaj 2016
In Choctaw it’s 1 Aktoba 2016
In Chukchi it’s 1 n’erj”ilgyn 2016
In Chuvash it’sIyupa2016
In Circassian [Adyghe] it’s 1 жэпуэгъуэ (zhepueg’ue) 2016
In Circassian [Kabardian] it’s 1 bǯ’ehagwə 2016
In Clackamas it’s 1 watca’mal 2016
In Comorian (Shimaore) it’s 1 oktobru 2016
In Cornish it’s 1 mys Hedra 2016
In Corsican it’s 1 uttrovi 2016
In Cree it’s 1 opinahamowipizun 2016
In Creek it’s 1 otowoskv-rakko 2016
In Crimean Tatar it’s 1 ekim ayı 2016
In Cuman (Polovetsian) it’s 1 orta qis ay 2016
In Czech (Bohemian) it’s 1 říjen 2016
In Dagaare it’s 1 KyuurpiesobO 2016
In Dalecarlian [Elfdalian] it’s 1 oktober or oktover 2016
In Dalmatian it’s 1 uaptobar 2016
In Danish [Premodern/Folk] it’s 1 Sædemåned 2016
In Deg Xinag [Yukon] it’s 1 vinginh xuq’udh 2016
In Denaakk’e it’s 1 Benenhdedeteeyee 2016
In Dena’ina [Outer Inlet] it’s 1 k’eghun shani 2016
In Denya it’s 1 òkutòburu 2016
In Dhivehi (Maldivian) it’s1(okṫōbaru) (okṫōbaru)2016
In Dinka [Northwestern] it’s 1 nyeth 2016
In Ditidaht it’s 1 čičk’awʔaspaał 2016
In Dogrib (Tłı̨chǫ) it’s 1 Ehts’o K’e Yats’ehtii Zaà 2016
In Dzongkha it’s1spyi.zlaw.bču.pa (spyi.zlaw.bču.pa)2016
In Edo it’s 1 uki emorho 2016
In Emiliano-Romagnolo [Bolognese] it’s 1 otòber 2016
In Erromintxela it’s 1 uria 2016
In Erzya it’s 1 ožokov 2016
In Eskayan it’s 1 oktubi 2016
In Estonian it’s 1 viinakuu 2016
In Estonian [Southern] it’s 1 rehekuu 2016
In Etruscan it’sI khosfr (khosfr)2016
In Even it’s 1 ойчири билэн (ojčiri bilėn) 2016
In Evenki it’s 1 lugun 2016
In Ewe it’s 1 Kele 2016
In Extremaduran it’s 1 otouvri 2016
In Eyak it’s 1 guč’uɂ qǝxah {?} 2016
In Fe’fe’ it’s 1 ndù’nzà 2016
In Flemish [West] it’s 1 oktober 2016
In Fon it’s 1 kɔnya sùn 2016
In Frankish it’s I Windumemanoþ MMXVI
In Frisian [North] it’s 1 oktuuber 2016
In Frisian [West/Lauwer] it’s 1 wynmoanne 2016
In Frisian [West/Schiermonnikoog] it’s 1 wynmond 2016
In Friulian it’s 1 otubar 2016
In Futunan it’s 1 okotopeli 2016
In Ga it’s 1 Anton 2016
In Gaelic [Irish] it’s 1 Mí Deireadh Fomhair 2016
In Gaelic [Scottish] it’s 1 An Dàmhair 2016
In Gagauz it’s 1 kasım 2016
In Galician it’s 1 outubro 2016
In Gallo it’s 1 otobr 2016
In Gallong [Lare] it’s 1 piráa 2016
In Garifuna it’s 1 dîsi hati 2016
In Gaulish it’s approximately XIIII elembivii MMXVI
In Georgian it’s1(okt’omberi) (okt’omberi)2016
In Georgian [Old] it’s1gvinobistve2016
In German [mid 17th century] it’s 1 Weinmond 2016
In Gitxsan it’s 1 hloxsa xlaaxw 2016
In Gothic it’s I blotamenoþs MMXVI
In Grecanico (Griko) it’s 1 ottòbri 2016
In Greenlandic (Kalaallisut) it’s 1 Oktoberi 2016
In Guaraní it’s 1 jasypa 2016
In Guernésiais it’s 1 octobre 2016
In Guhu-Samane it’s 1 Otoba 2016
In Gullah (Sea Islands Creole) it’s 1 Octobuh 2016
In Gwich’in it’s 1 Vadzaih Zhrii 2016
In Haitian Creole it’s 1 octòb 2016
In Haida it’s 1 Cha’áaw Kungáay 2016
In Hakka it’s 1 sip ŋiet 2016
In Halkomelem [Island] it’s 1 Hwisulenhw 2016
In Harari it’s 1 assir-khá warhay 2016
In Havasupai-Hualapai it’s 1 Gwe Ga Nyaya Hla 2016
In Hiligaynon it’s1(bagyo-bagyo) (bagyo-bagyo)2016
In Hmong it’s 1 Kaum hlis ntuj 2016
In Holikachuk it’s 1 Mininh Xiq’udh 2016
In Homshetsi (Hamshen) it’s 1 ortagüz 2016
In Hungarian [Premodern] it’s 1 mindszent hava 2016
In Hungarian [Reform Era] it’s 1 Őszhó 2016
In Idu Mishmi (Chulikata) it’s 1 थ़ुन (thina) 2016
In Igbo it’s 1 ónwa íri n’áfò 2016
In Ingrian (Izhorian) it’s 1 oktiaabri 2016
In Ingush it’s 1 топ (top) 2016
In Inuktitut it’s1(uktupuri) (uktupuri)2016
In Inupiaq [North Slope] it’s 1 nuliabvik 2016
In Isan it’s 1 tulakom 2016
In Istriot [Rovignese] it’s 1 utuobre 2016
In Itelman it’s 1 пикискоач (pikiskoač) 2016
In Jarai it’s 1 blan pluh 2016
In Jèrriais it’s 1 octobe 2016
In Jingpho (Kachin) it’s 1 kăla 2016
In Jju it’s 1 Hywan Swak 2016
In Kabiye it’s 1 hιw fenaɣ 2016
In Kabuverdianu (Cape Verdean) it’s 1 otubru 2016
In Kabyle (Taqbaylit) it’s 1 tuber 2016
In Kainji [Piti-Atsam] it’s 1 pen shakur 2016
In Kalapuya it’s 1 Atchalankuaik 2016
In Kalenjin (Nandi) it’s 1 epeso 2016
In Kanza (Kaw) it’s 1 ta kúyughabe 2016
In Karachi-Balkar it’s 1 кюзню арт айы 2016
In Karakalpak it’s 1 ақрап (aqirap) 2016
In Karang it’s 1 few mundul 2016
In Karelian [Standard] it’s 1 ligakuu 2016
In Karelian [Livvi/Olonets] it’s 1 ligakuudu 2016
In Karen it’s1October(hsee hsa)2016
In Kayan (Baram) it’s 1 bulan pulu 2016
In Kazakh it’s 1 қазан (qazan) 2016
In Keresan it’s 1 kinat’aat’a 2016
In Ket it’s 1 баӈтъъль ӄип (baŋtˤˤl’ qip) 2016
In Khakas [Koybal] it’s 1 kit’ik-sôk 2016
In Khakas [Sagay] it’s 1 çarïs ayï 2016
In Khanty (Ostyak) it’s 1 нюр юҳәп тыӆәс 2016
In Khasi it’s 1 risaw 2016
In Khmer (Cambodian) it’s1October(tola)2016
In Khowar it’s 1 kishman 2016
In K’iche’ (Quiché) it’s 1 ulaj ik’ 2016
In Kiliwa it’s 1 ja’la’ kuchibí 2016
In Kiribati it’s 1 Okitob’a 2016
In Kokborok (Tripuri) it’s 1 remchi talni mung 2016
In Kom it’s 1 njoñ chfíswayn 2016
In Komi it’s 1 йирым (yrim) 2016
In Korku it’s 1 desera 2016
In Koyukon it’s 1 Mininh diditeeyee 2016
In Kumeyaay (Diegueño) it’s 1 halanyimcep 2016
In Kumyk it’s 1 байсан (baisan) 2016
In Kurdish [Kurmanji] it’s 1 çiriya pêşîn 2016
In Kurdish [Sorani] it’s 1 tishrîn i yekam 2016
In Kutenai it’s 1 k’upaquǂaqpiʔk 2016
In Kven it’s 1 oktooperikuu 2016
In Kyrgyz it’s 1 toguzdun ayı 2016
In Lach it’s 1 paźdźernik 2016
In Ladin it’s 1 otober 2016
In Ladino (Judaeo-Spanish) it’s 1 אוקטוברי (oktobre) 2016
In Lahu it’s 1 ɔtôbà 2016
In Lak it’s 1 ацIилчинмур барз 2016
In Lakota it’s 1 canwape kasna wi 2016
In Lango (Lwo) it’s 1 Kwiinyi 2016
In Lao it’s1deuan dtula2016
In Latgalian it’s 1 leita 2016
In Laz (Lazuri) it’s 1 gimua 2016
In Leonese it’s 1 outubre 2016
In Lepcha it’s1October(it lavo)2016
In Lezgian it’s 1 баскӀум (basḳum) 2016
In Lezgian [Premodern] it’s 1 цIехуь 2016
In Ligurian it’s 1 ottubre 2016
In Ligurian [Monégasque] it’s 1 utubre 2016
In Limburgish it’s 1 Oktober 2016
In Lingala it’s 1 sánzá ya zómí 2016
In Lisu it’s1oct (tshi33 ha21)2016
In Lithuanian it’s 1 spalis 2016
In Livonian it’s 1 vímõkú 2016
In Lombard (Insubric) [Eastern] it’s 1 utuber 2016
In Lombard (Insubric) [Western] it’s 1 utuber 2016
In Louisiana Creole it’s 1 oktob 2016
In Lower Tanana it’s 1 kheyenen-nosrekhtelyayee 2016
In Luo it’s 1 Dwe mar apar 2016
In Luxembourgish it’s 1 Wäimount 2016
In Maasai it’s 1 olgísàn 2016
In Makedonian [Folk] it’s 1 листопад (listopad) 2016
In Malagasy it’s 1 Oktobra 2016
In Malagasy [Antankaraña] it’s 1 taroka 2016
In Malagasy [Sakalava] it’s 1 asarabe 2016
In Malecite-Passamaquoddy it’s 1 toqakuwi-kisuhs 2016
In Maltese it’s 1 Ottubru 2016
In Manchu it’s1 (žuwan biya)2016
In Mandinka it’s 1 okutooba karoo 2016
In Manipuri it’s1(waakching) (waakching)2016
In Mansi it’s 1 мань таквс (man’ takws) 2016
In Manx it’s 1 Jerrey Fouyir 2016
In Mapudungun it’s 1 hueul-cújen 2016
In Mari [Meadow] it’s 1 шыжа (shǝzha) 2016
In Marshallese it’s 1 Oktoba 2016
In Maori it’s 1 Whiringa ā nuku 2016
In Maxakalí it’s 1 oxtop 2016
In Mbuko it’s 1 kiya cohoh 2016
In Meänkieli it’s 1 oktuuperi 2016
In Menominee it’s 1 Penïpïmakat-kësoq 2016
In Miami-Illinois it’s 1 šaašakaayolia kiilhswa 2016
In Michif it’s 1 octóbr 2016
In Micmac it’s 1 Wikewiku’s 2016
In Min Dong [Fuzhou] it’s 1 dâ̤ sĕk nguŏk 2016
In Mingrelian it’s1(gimatuta) (gimatuta)2016
In Mirandese it’s 1 outubre 2016
In Mizo (Lushai) it’s 1 khuangchawi thla 2016
In Mohawk it’s 1 kentenha 2016
In Mokshan it’sIoktjabrjkov2016
In Mongolian it’s1aravdugaar sar2016
In Montagnais Innu it’s 1 uashtessiu-pishimu 2016
In Mossi (Mòoré) it’s 1 zĩ-likri 2016
In Mundang it’s 1 fĩi mundaŋ 2016
In Nāhuatl it’s 1 tlamatlacti 2016
In Nakhi (Naxi) it’s 1 ceiqmei 2016
In Nàmá it’s 1 hooǂgais or ǂnûǁnâiseb 2016
In Nanai (Gold) it’s 1 муйрэ биани 2016
In Navajo (Diné bizaad) it’s 1 Gh22j8’ 2016
In Ndebele it’s 1 Sewula 2016
In Ndyuka (Aukan) it’s 1 tin mun 2016
In Neapolitan it’s 1 uttóbbr 2016
In Nenets it’s 1 ngeryoy yriy 2016
In Nez Perce it’s 1 Hóopl’al 2016
In Nganasan it’s 1 kêndypsä 2016
In Nheengatu it’s 1 îasypá 2016
In Niuean it’s 1 Oketopa 2016
In Nisga’a it’s 1 Xlaaxw 2016
In Nivkh (Gilyak) it’s 1 oni lami long 2016
In Nkore it’s 1 kamena 2016
In Nogai it’s 1 казан ай 2016
In Norman it’s 1 octobe 2016
In Nuer it’s 1 Laath 2016
In Nuu-chah-nulth [Barkley] it’s 1 č’iyaaqiml 2016
In Occitan [Aranese] it’s 1 octobre 2016
In Occitan [Gascon] it’s 1 octobre 2016
In Occitan [Provençal] it’s 1 óutobre 2016
In Occitan [Vivaro-Alpine] it’s 1 octèbre 2016
In Oirat [Kalmyk] it’s 1 ĥulġn 2016
In Ojibwe [Western] it’s 1 waatebagaa giizis 2016
In Old Church Romanian it’s 1 brumărel 2016
In Old Church Slavonic it’s1Octobr2016
In Old Dutch it’s I wijnmaand MMXVI
In Old English it’sI(Winterfylleð)MMXVI
In Old High German it’s I Windumemānōd MMXVI
In Old Japanese it’s 1 神無月 (kannazuki) 2016
In Old Makedonian it’s 1 listopad 2016
In Onondaga it’s 1 kenten ha 2016
In Oroch it’s 1 беэ сакту 2016
In Oromo it’s 1 onkololeessa 2016
In Ossetian [Digor] it’s 1 kæfty mæyæ 2016
In Ossetian [Ironian] it’s 1 kæfti mæy 2016
In Ös (Chulym) it’s 1 gariš ai 2016
In Palauan it’s 1 Ongetruich el buil 2016
In Palor (Sili) it’s 1 oktoobar 2016
In Panan-Nibong it’s 1 laseh polo’ 2016
In Papago it’s 1 Wi’ihanig Mashath 2016
In Pashto [Eastern] it’s 1 warukay achtar 2016
In Pashto [Western] it’s 1 warukay achtar 2016
In Pecheneg it’s I vanım MMXVI
In Pennsylvania “Dutch” it’s 1 Oktower 2016
In Penrhyn (Tongarevan) it’s 1 okotopa 2016
In Picard (“Patois”) it’s 1 octob 2016
In Picard [Medieval] it’s I octēbre MMXVI
In Piedmontese it’s 1 otóber 2016
In Pingelapese it’s 1 kepihsukoru 2016
In Pipil (Nawat) it’s 1 metzi majtakti 2016
In Pitcairn-Norfolk it’s 1 oktoeba 2016
In Plautdietsch it’s 1 Oktoba 2016
In Poitevin-Saintongeais it’s 1 octoubre 2016
In Pökoot it’s 1 Kipsit 2016
In Polabian it’s 1 wainjămôn 2016
In Pomeranian [Kashubian] it’s 1 rujan 2016
In Pomeranian [Slovincian] it’s 1 ŏktŏu̯bĕr 2016
In Pontic it’s 1 Τρυγομηνάς (Trigominas) 2016
In Proto-Germanic it’s I Winamenoþ MMXVI
In Proto-Slavic it’s I rujn MMXVI
In Prussian it’s 1 Spallins 2016
In Pukapukan it’s 1 Okotopa 2016
In Pumi [Northern] it’s 1 tshi35li55mei35 2016
In Pumi [Southern] it’s 1 ɳɑ13dzu13ɬi55 2016
In P’urhépecha (Tarascan) it’s 1 oktubri 2016
In Qiang [Horpa/Ergong] it’s 1 vtɕi pa 2016
In Qiang [Máwō] it’s 1 hədiuʂ 2016
In Qiang [Taoping] it’s 1 χɑ31dy24ʂı33 2016
In Quechua it’s 1 kantaray killa 2016
In Quechua [Huallaga] it’s 1 uctubri 2016
In Quechua [Northern/Ecuadorian] it’s 1 yaku 2016
In Q’eqchi’ (Kekchi) it’s 1 aktuuwr 2016
In Rapa Nui (Pascuanese) it’s 1 poki tane 2016
In Rennell-Bellona (Rennellese) it’s 1 Okitoba 2016
In Rgyalrong [Northwestern] it’s 1 zla wa ptʃǝpɐ 2016
In Ripuarian it’s 1 Oktoober 2016
In Rohingya it’s 1 fuc 2016
In Romansh [Standard] it’s 1 october 2016
In Romansh [Puter] it’s 1 october 2016
In Romani [Finnish Kale] it’s 1 panjako čoon 2016
In Romani [Iberian] it’s 1 octorba 2016
In Rotokas it’s 1 katai taupa kekira 2016
In Rukiga it’s 1 Okwaikumi 2016
In Russian [Premodern] it’s 1 свадебник 2016
In Rusyn (Ruthene) it’s 1 жолтень (žolten) 2016
In Rwanda-Rundi it’s 1 Ukwakira 2016
In Salish [Klallam] it’s 1 pəq̕əlenəxʷ 2016
In Salish [North Straits] it’s 1 sxʷúpč 2016
In Salish [Puget Sound] it’s 1 pədxʷit̕xʷit̕il 2016
In Samburu it’s 1 Lapa le tomon 2016
In Sami [Inari] it’s 1 roovvâdmáánu 2016
In Sami [Kildin] it’s 1 рэгкэмманну 2016
In Sami [Northern] it’s 1 golggotmánu 2016
In Sami [Skolt] it’s 1 kålggmannu 2016
In Sami [Southern] it’s 1 golken 2016
In Samogitian it’s 1 spalis 2016
In Sango it’s 1 telötï 2016
In Sanskrit it’s1 (daśamamāsa)2016
In Santali it’s1Oct2016
In Saramaccan it’s 1 tínímúlíba 2016
In Sardinian it’s 1 santigaíni 2016
In Sedang it’s 1 khế môi chat 2016
In Seediq [Truku] it’s 1 maxal idas 2016
In Sekani [McLeod] it’s 1 Uk'a ghu'i inza 2016
In Selkup it’s 1 т’áбът пыңгълы иррет 2016
In Sercquiais (Sarkese) it’s 1 oktobr 2016
In Serbian [Orthodox] it’s 1 митровски 2016
In Serbian [Premodern/Folk] it’s 1 шумопад 2016
In Seri it’s 1 queeto yao 2016
In Seychellois Creole it’s 1 oktob 2016
In Shan it’s1October (lunjing)2016
In Sherpa it’s 1 dāwā čyuwā 2016
In Shona it’s 1 Gumiguru 2016
In Shor it’s 1 kurtuyak au 2016
In Sicilian it’s 1 uttùviru 2016
In Silesian it’s 1 paźdzěrnik 2016
In Slovene [Standard] it’s 1 vinotok 2016
In Slovene [Prekmurian] it’s 1 vsesvéšček 2016
In Somali it’s 1 bisha tobnaad 2016
In Sorbian [Lower] it’s 1 winski 2016
In Sorbian [Upper] it’s 1 winowc 2016
In Sotho it’s 1 Mphalane 2016
In Sotho [Northern] it’s 1 Diphalane 2016
In Southern Min (Bân-lâm-gú) it’s 1 cha̍p-goe̍h 2016
In Sudovian (Yotvingian) it’s 1 spalis or uktāberis 2016
In Swazi it’s 1 iMphala 2016
In Tabasaran it’s 1 дулуркӀ 2016
In Tacana it’s 1 badhi tunka 2016
In Tachelhit (Shilha) it’s1(ktubr) (ktubr)2016
In Taki Taki it’s 1 oktober 2016
In Tamil it’s1(akṭōpar) (akṭōpar)2016
In Tanacross it’s 1 nén’ tenh k’et 2016
In Tarantino it’s 1 ottommre 2016
In Tatar [Kazan] it’s 1 öktäber 2016
In Telugu it’s1October2016
In Temne it’s 1 Múfḁr 2016
In Teso (Ateso) it’s 1 Otibar 2016
In Tetum (Tetun) it’s 1 outubru 2016
In Thai it’s1(tulaakhom) (tulaakhom)2016
In Tibetan [Dégé] it’s1da13wa53ču53pa532016
In Tigrinya it’s1(tekemtee) (tekemtee)2016
In Tlingit it’s 1 Dís Tlein 2016
In Tofalar (Karagas) it’s1October2016
In Tongan it’s 1 ’Okatopa 2016
In Tsonga it’s 1 Nhlangula 2016
In Tswana it’s 1 Phalane 2016
In Tuareg [Tamasheq] it’s1(tuber) (tuber)2016
In Tumbuka it’s 1 Okutobala 2016
In Turkish [Standard] it’s 1 ekim or avara 2016
In Turkish [Meskhetian] it’s 1 sharap ai 2016
In Turkish [Ottoman] it’s 1 тәшрини-әүвәл 2016
In Turkmen [Pre-Niyazov] it’s 1 oktýabr 2016
In Turkmen [Post-Niyazov] it’s 1 Garaşsyzlyk 2016
In Turkmen [Post-Post-Niyazov] it’s 1 oktýabr 2016
In Tuvan it’s 1 он ай (on ay) 2016
In Tyap (Katab) it’s 1 Zwat Swag 2016
In Tzotzil it’s 1 ʔoktuvre 2016
In Uab Meto it’s 1 fun-bo’ 2016
In Ubykh it’s 1 [October unknown] 2016
In Udmurt (Votyak) it’s 1 коньывуон 2016
In Ukrainian it’s 1 жовтня 2016
In Ulwa it’s 1 wing dutka waikaku 2016
In Unami [Lenape] it’s 1 pukwsit kishux 2016
In Upland Yuman it’s 1 Sal j’alg 2016
In Upper Kuskokwim it’s 1 nichuneno’o’ 2016
In Upper Tanana [Tetlin] it’s 1 Nįįchuun Saa 2016
In Uyghur it’s 1 oninchi ay 2016
In Vai it’s1October(galo)2016
In Venda it’s 1 Tshimedzi 2016
In Venetan it’s 1 otobre 2016
In Veps it’s 1 reduku 2016
In Vietnamese (Annamese) it’s 1 tháng mười 2016
In Võro it’s 1 rehekuu 2016
In Võro [Seto] it’s 1 octoober or viinakuu 2016
In Vosgien [La Bresse] it’s 1 octôbre 2016
In Vosgien [La Haye] it’s 1 octôb 2016
In Vosgien [Ville sur Illon] it’s 1 oktôp 2016
In Votic (Votian) it’s 1 okt’aabri 2016
In Walloon it’s 1 octôbe 2016
In Walser it’s 1 Wímánet 2016
In Waray-Waray it’s 1 kuskos 2016
In Welsh (Cymric) it’s 1 Hydref 2016
In Wolof it’s 1 kori 2016
In Wymysorys (Wilamowicean) it’s 1 oktober 2016
In Xhosa it’s 1 eyeDwarha 2016
In Yakut it’s 1 алтынньы (altuhnnuh) 2016
In Yanesha’ (Amuesha) it’s 1 huorocteshem 2016
In Yapese it’s 1 leelquch 2016
In Yi (Nuosu) it’s1(cima)2016
In Yine it’s 1 goktowre ksuru 2016
In Yoruba it’s 1 Oṣù Ọ̀wàrà 2016
In Yuchi it’s 1 Tsotohostane 2016
In Yukaghir [Tundra] it’s 1 leveime lad’in mol’γal 2016
In Yupi’k [Mid-Alaskan] it’s 1 Qaaritaarvik 2016
In Yupik [Pacific Gulf] it’s 1 Kakegllum Iralua 2016
In Yupik [St Lawrence] it’s 1 Naayvaghvik 2016
In Zarma (Dyerma) it’s 1 me feri 2016
In Zazaki it’s 1 paiza wertêyêne 2016
In Zhuang it’s 1 nin cwbx 2016
In Zulu it’s 1 uMfumfu 2016
In Zuni it’s 1 li’dekwakkwya lana 2016


Special thanks to: Can Dai Quang (Cham); Ansuharijaz (Frankish and Proto-Germanic reconstructions); Qinglian Zhao (Naxi); Lin Ying-Chin (Pumi, Qiang and Rgyalrong); Apay Tang (Truku dialect of Seediq); Le Projet Babel (Vosgien); Eliza Jones, James Kari, Mildred Buck, plus others of the Alaska Native Language Center (some of the least-spoken Athabaskan languages); Michael Krauss and Marie Smith Jones (Eyak); Suzanne Weryackwe of Arizona State University (Havasupai-Hualapai)

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