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en This user is a native speaker of English.
sga-3 Attá foglaimm ard inna Sen-Goidilce ocin scribnid se.
fr-2 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau moyen en français.
ga-2 Tá leibhéal meánach na Gaeilge ag an úsáideoir seo.
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Latn
This user's native script is the Latin alphabet.
Ω
Grek-4
This user has a near-native understanding of the Greek alphabet.
/ʑ/
IPA-4
This user has a comprehensive understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Я
Cyrl-3
This user has an advanced understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.

Deva-3
This user has an advanced understanding of Devanagari.
𐌰
Goth-3
This user has an advanced understanding of the Gothic alphabet.
ש
Hebr-3
This user has an advanced understanding of the Hebrew script.

Mymr-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of the Burmese script.
ѣ
Cyrs-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of the old Cyrillic alphabet.

Kana-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of Katakana.
𐬴‏
Avst-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of the Avestan alphabet.
ض
Arab-1
This user has a basic understanding of the Arabic abjad.

Hang-1
This user has a basic understanding of Hangeul.

Hira-1
This user has a basic understanding of Hiragana.

Ogam-1
This user has a basic understanding of the Ogham script.

Runr-1
This user has a basic understanding of the Runic alphabet.
{{t}}-2 This user can use wiki templates with ease, and can write some simple ones.
lua-0 This user knows little about Lua and just mimics existing usage.
JS-0 This user knows little about JavaScript and just mimics existing usage.
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In addition to the languages listed in my Babel box, languages I'm comfortable adding and discussing lemmas in include:

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  • cislate (verb) – to convert into a different variety of the same language
    He cislated "I realised the centre is coloured grey" into American English as "I realized the center is colored gray".
  • zombie language (noun) – a language that has died but was later revived, and gets modern vocabulary by borrowing or calquing from living languages
    Cornish is a zombie language as its last native speaker died in the 18th century, but now it feeds on living languages like Welsh and English to survive.
    Synonyms: undead language, vampire language