Can you follow root words and follow the immigration routes?

By: | Post date: 2016-08-10 | Comments: No Comments
Posted in categories: Linguistics, Other Languages

Famously, yes in the case of Romani:

http://am.uis.no/getfile.php/Ark…

Through the common vocabulary of all the Romani dialects, we can trace their migration from India, through Iran, Georgia and Armenia, to Greece/Anatolia, to Romania. After Romania there is a dispersal throughout Europe: there is no further common vocabulary between Romani dialects.

(from: Romani people, though this map seems to use historical and not just linguistic evidence)

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