It's 216 words / brief phrases. In fact, if you both do it I can claim I'm being thorough. Should I send the list off-list (as it were)? On 4 Mar 2011, at 15:32, Logan Kearsley wrote: > On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 8:09 AM, Samuel Stutter > <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > [...] >> 1st problem: although my knowledge of Finnish, Estonian, Swedish >> and Latvian >> are limited to say the least, I do have at my disposal a grammar and >> dictionary for each. However, one dialect is sited in Karelia, >> right on the >> border with Finland and Russia, the area having been under a >> mixture of >> Swedish and Russian control over the last half-millennia. I don't >> know any >> Russian and even if I were to pick up a grammar and dictionary I >> have 7 days >> to learn the alphabet (as well as doing the rest of the project). >> Does anyone have the Russian to be able to complete a wordlist in >> something >> resembling the Latin alphabet? > > Depends on what words it's a list of. Do you have an English list that > you just need translated (or, glossed I suppose would be more > accurate) and transliterated? > > Unless they're really obscure words, or the list is ridiculously long, > I can manage that. > > -l.