User:Malku H₂n̥rés

UTC+1 This user's time zone is UTC+1 and observes Daylight Saving Time from March to October.

I am a French linguist studying everything in linguistics but particularly historical linguistics, the Afroasiatic family and languages of Northwest Africa in Antiquity. I mostly contribute in:

  • The Reconstruction namespace
  • Modules (for pronunciation, transliteration and inflection)
  • The etymology section
  • Afroasiatic languages
  • My Wiktionary projects (see below).

I used to construct an international auxiliary language and program a French-Spanish translator, after having learned Spanish in four months, and I wish I could expand it adding other Romance or Indo-European languages on it. I've never ended any of both. However, see below my achievement on Wiktionary, which are actual.


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Languages I speak
fr Cet utilisateur a pour langue maternelle le français.
en-4 This user speaks English at a near-native level.
es-3 Este usuario puede contribuir con un nivel avanzado de español.
de-3 Dieser Benutzer hat sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse.
French native (Standard Parisian), fluent in English (not wholly without error), Spanish self-taught (4 months, my level decreased due to lack of practice), German at school (9 years)
Languages I studied
Template:User afa-pro-2Template:User ber-pro-2Template:User sem-pro-3Template:User tzm-3Template:User phn-2Template:User xpu-2
ine-pro-2 Só dʰértōr sḗm séneh₂s dn̥ǵʰuh₂és wékʷti.
frm-2 Cet useur peult contribuer avec un niveaul intermediaire de françois.
fro-2 Cel usere puet contribuir avoec un nivel intermediare de françois.
la-2 Hic usuarius lingua latina mediae difficultatis conferre potest.
grc-1 Ὅδε ἐγκυκλοπαιδειουργὸς ὀλίγον ἀρχαίως Ἑλληνιστὶ γράφειν οἷός τ’ ἐστίν.
ang-1 Þes nēotend cann hine seolf mid grundlicgendre mǣþe Englisces ferian.
I'm studying Berber languages. Otherwise, I love old languages! Can understand Middle and Old French through French as for Middle English. Studied (Classical) Latin and Ancient Greek, as well as reconstructed languages of the Afroasiatic family as well as PIE, and Phoenician/Punic.
Writing systems
This user's native script is the Latin alphabet.
This user has a comprehensive understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
This user has a near-native understanding of the Phoenician alphabet.

This user has an advanced understanding of Tifinagh script.
This user has an advanced understanding of the Greek alphabet.
This user has an advanced understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.
This user has an intermediate understanding of the Old Italic alphabet.
This user has a basic understanding of Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform.
Latin script native, very good at IPA transcriptions, can read Phoenician, Tifinagh, Greek and Cyrillic scripts without help (excepted modified or added characters for some versions of Cyrillic). Studied moreover several scripts derived from Ancient Greek (Italic, etc.) and also a bit of Akkado-Sumerian cuneiforms.
"Programming" languages
{{t}}-3 This user can write more complex wiki templates.
lua-3 This user can write more complex Lua modules.
JS-3 This user can write more complex JavaScript code, and can understand and modify most scripts written by others.
All self-taught. I'm peculiarly good at programming using regular expressions (Regex, called patterns in Lua), I programmed or will program several pronunciation modules (see contributions below). Ask me for pronunciation, inflection and romanization templates and modules.

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Etymology edit

Compound of *malku (the king, nominative singular of Proto-Semitic *malk- (king)) + *h₂n̥rés (of the man, genitive singular of Proto-Indo-European *h₂nḗr (man)).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): (assuming PIE *h₂ is /ħ/) [ˈmal.ku ħn̩.ˈres]

Proper noun edit

Malku H₂n̥rés (nominative Malku H₂n̥rés, genitive Malki H₂n̥rés, accusative Malka H₂n̥rés)

  1. user name of User/Malku H₂n̥rés
    1. etymological name and family name of Malku H₂n̥rés

Declension edit

Facultative. "Malku" can be inflected in the singular bound form following Proto-Semitic declension on *malk- whereas "H₂n̥rés" remains always at the genitive case.

Usage notes edit

Call me Malku.