@wet-teri just one eon
I almost I was going to tell you you ain't old enough to call me son but I caught the e out of the corner of my eye as I was replying just one eon not just one son roflmao
how long for a kiss?
@DIVine It is possible that Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic are just similar due to convergence through intensive borrowing and long contact, rather than common origin.
Usually genetically related languages and families have the tendency to diverge over a few decades. Albeit, some of the earliest Mongolic and Turkic disproves this claim. Perhaps hey do not share a common ancestor, but rather have become more similar through language contact and areal effects
@Vicious-Retard this is known as a Sprachbund. The most known is how Semitic languages(Arabic, Berber,and Hebrew) influenced Romantic languages(Iberian and some dialects of the south of Italy) through invasion
The word for devil is similar in the oriential language. Just a few constant chances and changes in vowel pronunciation