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East-Asian languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
hua普通话 ʂu
wu 吳語 ɕy
yue粤语 sy
hak客家 ki
min閩方言 ʃu
kor한국어
jpn日本語 hon
vieTiếng Việtsáchsatʃ
taiไทย สมุดsamut
myaဗမာစာ

 

Indo-European languages

 

European languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
ellελληνικά βιβλίοvivlio
deuDeutsch buchbux
engEnglish bookbʊk
frafrançais livre, bouquinlivʁ, bukẽ
itaitaliano librolibro
eslespañol librolibɾo
porportuguês livrolivɾu
polpolski książkaksjõʃka
ukrукраїнська книжкаkniʃka
rusрусский книгаkniga

 

Indo-Iranian languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
benবাংলা বইbɔi
gujગુજરાતી પુસ્તક, પોથીpustək, potʰi:
hinहिन्दी किताब, पुस्तकkitab, pustək
marमराठी पुस्तकpustək
panਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਕਿਤਾਬ, ਪੁਸਤਕkətab, pustək
urdاردو
کتاب
kitab
fasفارسی
کتاب
ketab

 

Dravidian languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
kanಕನ್ನಡ
telతెలుగు పుస్తకముpustakamu
tamதமிழ் புத்தகம்put:akam

 

Austronesian languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
indbahasa Indonesiabuku, kitab, pustakabuku, kitab, pustaka
javbasa Jawa buku, kitabbuku, kitab
tgltagalog aklat, libroaklat, libro

 

Ural-Altaic languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
finsuomi kirjakirja
hunmagyar könyv
turTürkçe betik, kitapbetik, kitap

 

Afro-Asian languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
araالعربية
كِتاب
kita:b
amhአማርኛ መጽሐፍməshaf
ormoromoo kitaabakita:ba
hauhausa littafilit:a:fi

 

Niger-Congo languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
manmandingo
fulfulfulde
yorYorùbá ìwéiwe
iboigbo akwụkwọakwʊkwɔ
konkikongo mukanda, bukumukanda, buku
linlingála bukubuku
rwakinyarwanda igitaboigitabo
swakiswahili kitabu, bukukitabu, buku
zulisizulu bhukubuku

 

Amerindian languages

CodelanguagenounIPA
grnavañe'ẽ
querunasimi librulibru

Comments (1)

Anonymous said

at 7:45 pm on Mar 2, 2006

권 and 편 are counters for books but don't mean book by themselves. (권 doesn't really mean anything and 편 usually means 'side' or 'comfortable' depending on the sentence) -mith

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