Languages questions This is a list of recently added questions about languages. Play languages quiz and see all the questions. What does the Chinese "feng shui" mean?"wind water". Feng shui or fengshui is a Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everyone with the surrounding environment. The feng shui practice discusses architecture in metaphoric terms of "invisible forces" that bind the universe, earth, and humanity together, known as qi. Wind symbolized "invisible", water (which you can't grasp) - "elusive".Created by: Olaf Bąkvery hard 18% "spirit body""spirit body"430"wind water""wind water"130"speech silence""speech silence"87"flame wind""flame wind"55China riddles » Interslavic language has been created by a?Dutch. Jan van Steenbergen is a Dutch philologist and translator. He created a few artificial languages, ie. venedic - showing what Polish would have looked like if it had been a Romance instead of a Slavic language or vozgian, a hypotetic north Slavic dialect. He's best known for being creator of Interslavic, a language to communicate with Slavs and among them.Created by: smyruvery hard 28% CzechCzech157RussianRussian110DutchDutch155HungarianHungarian119Slavs riddles » In what language is the anthem of Schwitzerland?In German, French, Italian and Romanesque. The anthem of Schwitzerland has separated text in each of the official languages.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskaaverage 66% in Germanin German1445in Italianin Italian231In FrenchIn French485in German, French, Italian and Romanesquein German, French, Italian and Romanesque4203Switzerland riddles » What does the Czech word - "sklep" mean?The basement. The word means a basement, or a place to store beer. But it comes from the "sklepienie" [the celling] , which is associated with a barrel-shaped ceiling.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskaaverage 62% The cellingThe celling175The skaterThe skater81The basementThe basement826The Brittle beerThe Brittle beer237Czech Republic riddles » When did the Yiddish language develop?Around X century . Yiddish developed around the 10th century in southern Germany on the basis of a local German dialect. The Romanesque borrowings in it show that Jews who came to Germany used the Old French or Italian varieties.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskavery hard 31% around X century around X century 1084around XIV century BCaround XIV century BC1324in XIX century in XIX century 583in 1913in 1913448Israel riddles » What letter is in German alphabet?ß . Letter ß is in German alphabet. Letter β is in Greek alphabet, Ъ is in mostly alphabets based on cyrillic, ჩ is in Georgian alphabet. Created by: lukasz Polandhard 54% ß ß 234ββ157ЪЪ26ჩჩ11letters riddles » In which language is text on the picture?Mongolian. This traditional vertical letter comes from the Mongol Empire and lasted until 1946, when Cyrillic was introduced. For a few years is restored and taught in schools.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskavery hard 37% HindiHindi2576KoreanKorean1181 Inca Inca1279MongolianMongolian3070Mongolia riddles » Where is this photo from?From Wales. The Welsh language uses about 600 thousand. people. The letter "w" is used to write a vowel, so words like the picture look like they are made up of an excessive number of consonants.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskahard 57% from Walesfrom Wales10749from Malaysiafrom Malaysia1886from Swedenfrom Sweden2830from Basque Countryfrom Basque Country3197the United Kingdom riddles » Northern part of the country forms part of Western Romance languages, while southern one of Eastern Romance league. What country is that?Italy. Spezia–Rimini line runs north of Tuscany and divides Italy into 2 language zones. Dialects below the line are more similar to Romanian, meanwhile above the line belong to the same group as French, Catalan, Castilian and Portuguese.Created by: smyruhard 49% FranceFrance532BelgiumBelgium645SpainSpain315ItalyItaly1470Europe riddles » Where was Knaanic language used? In Central Europe. Knaanic, also called Judaeo-Czech, is an extinct West Slavic Jewish language, formerly spoken in the lands of the Western Slavs, notably the Czech lands, but also the lands of modern Poland, Lusatia and other Sorbian regions. It became extinct in the Late Middle Ages and was replaced by Yiddish.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskavery hard 29% In the eastern Caucasus In the eastern Caucasus877 In northern Scotland In northern Scotland353 In Central Europe In Central Europe911 In Palestine In Palestine993Jews riddles » Play languages quiz and see all the questions.