(Bulgarian vocabulary) ==== Native lexical items ==== ...more on Wikipedia about "Bulgarian vocabulary"
As the General Explanations at the beginning of the Oxford English Dictionary state: ...more on Wikipedia about "Number of words in English"
Portuguese, both in morphology and syntax, represents an organic transformation of Latin without the direct intervention of any foreign language. The sounds, grammatical forms, and syntactical types, with a few exceptions, are derived from Latin. And almost 90% of the vocabulary is still derived from the language of Rome. Some of the changes began during the Empire, others took place later. Since Portuguese was reinfluenced by it (reinfluence represented with 1), many original words are still familiar to Portuguese speakers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Portuguese vocabulary"
The lexis of the Romanian language (or Daco-Romanian), a Romance language, has changed over the centuries as the language evolved from Vulgar Latin, to Proto-Romanian, to medieval, modern and contemporary Romanian. ...more on Wikipedia about "Romanian lexis"
About 90% of Spanish words derive from Latin, 8% from Arabic, and the bulk of the rest come from Germanic, Celtic, or New World languages such as Quechua, Nahuatl, and Carib. ...more on Wikipedia about "Spanish vocabulary"
(Turkish vocabulary) *descriptive (niteleme "qualifying"), or ...more on Wikipedia about "Turkish vocabulary"
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