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  1. bob on top - -INF
  2. I am learning html right now - -INF
  3. legit any percent speedrun - -INF
  4. ȋ̵̡̨̯͓̥̙̀m̸͎̻̄͐̅̐̀̚̕ ̸̫͉͘g̴̡̮̥̝̩͉̟͗̇͊͛̉̈́̈̉͝ô̴͙͕͇͓͛̄̎͘͘ǫ̶̯͓̮̼̝̠͑̋̀̓̌͑̔̃̎̇͜d̶̘̭͔̰̦̣͋͒̆͌̚ͅ ̶̩̌́̇̏͒͂̇̕͝ą̵̯̳͙͎̱̰̙̈́̂̐͆̒͝t̷̞̔͂́̚ ̴̰̗͋̈́͘t̷̯̠̽͌͑̋̇̋͑̀́̑h̷̡͚̗̳̳̗͜͝ǐ̷̗̠͈̔͒́ş̷̛̛̰͖̰̫̫̮̻̗̺͆̽̐͐̂̑̂ ̶̗̠̙̩͕̥̯̃̚ĝ̸̨̾͊̌͌̈́a̸̛̜̥̝̤̎́̈͛͒m̵̛̲̦͍͉̣̫͚̮̦̂͒͌͒̂̓̃͐̓ë̶͈̠͈́ - -INF
  5. the leaderboard is just going after tom poor guy - -INF
  6. gahh broke the goddam wheel - -INF
  7. guys i think i broke the timer - -INF
  8. SHREK Once upon a time there was a lovely princess But she had an enchantment upon her of a fearful sort which could only be broken by loves first kiss She was locked away in a castle guarded by a terrible firebreathing dragon Many brave knights had attempted to free her from this dreadful prison but non prevailed She waited in the dragons keep in the highest room of the tallest tower for her true love and true loves first kiss laughs Like thats ever gonna happen What a load of toilet flush Allstar by Smashmouth begins to play Shrek goes about his day While in a nearby town the villagers get together to go after the ogre NIGHT NEAR SHREKS HOME MAN1 Think its in there MAN2 All right Lets get it MAN1 Whoa Hold on Do you know what that thing can do to you MAN3 Yeah itll grind your bones for its bread Shrek sneaks up behind them and laughs SHREK Yes well actually that would be a giant Now ogres oh theyre much worse Theyll make a suit from your freshly peeled skin MEN No SHREK Theyll shave your liver Squeeze the jelly from your eyes Actually its quite good on toast MAN1 Back Back beast Back I warn ya waves the torch at Shrek Shrek calmly licks his fingers and extinguishes the torch The men shrink back away from him Shrek roars very loudly and long and his breath extinguishes all the remaining torches until the men are in the dark SHREK This is the part where you run away The men scramble to get away He laughs And stay out looks down and picks up a piece of paper Reads Wanted Fairy tale creaturesHe sighs and throws the paper over his shoulder THE NEXT DAY There is a line of fairy tale creatures The head of the guard sits at a table paying people for bringing the fairy tale creatures to him There are cages all around Some of the people in line are Peter Pan who is carrying Tinkerbell in a cage Gipetto whos carrying Pinocchio and a farmer who is carrying the three little pigs GUARD All right This ones full Take it away Move it along Come on Get up HEAD GUARD Next GUARD taking the witchs broom Give me that Your flying days are over breaks the broom in half HEAD GUARD Thats 20 pieces of silver for the witch Next GUARD Get up Come on HEAD GUARD Twenty pieces LITTLE BEAR crying This cage is too small DONKEY Please dont turn me in Ill never be stubborn again I can change Please Give me another chance OLD WOMAN Oh shut up jerks his rope DONKEY Oh HEAD GUARD Next What have you got GIPETTO This little wooden puppet PINOCCHIO Im not a puppet Im a real boy his nose grows HEAD GUARD Five shillings for the possessed toy Take it away PINOCCHIO Father please Dont let them do this Help me Gipetto takes the money and walks off The old woman steps up to the table HEAD GUARD Next What have you got OLD WOMAN Well Ive got a talking donkey HEAD GUARD Right Well thats good for ten shillings if you can prove it OLD WOMAN Oh go ahead little fella Donkey just looks up at her HEAD GUARD Well OLD WOMAN Oh oh hes justhes just a little nervous Hes really quite a chatterbox Talk you boneheaded dolt HEAD GUARD Thats it Ive heard enough Guards OLD WOMAN No no he talks He does pretends to be Donkey I can talk I love to talk Im the talkingest damn thing you ever saw HEAD GUARD Get her out of my sight OLD WOMAN No no I swear Oh He can talk The guards grab the old woman and she struggles with them One of her legs flies out and kicks Tinkerbell out of Peter Pans hands and her cage drops on Donkeys head He gets sprinkled with fairy dust and hes able to fly DONKEY Hey I can fly PETER PAN He can fly 3 LITTLE PIGS He can fly HEAD GUARD He can talk DONKEY Ha ha Thats right fool Now Im a flying talking donkey You might have seen a housefly maybe even a superfly but I bet you aint never seen a donkey fly Ha ha the pixie dust begins to wear off Uhoh he begins to sink to the ground He hits the ground with a thud HEAD GUARD Seize him Donkey takes of running After him GUARDS Hes getting away Get him This way Turn Donkey keeps running and he eventually runs into Shrek Literally Shrek turns around to see who bumped into him Donkey looks scared for a moment then he spots the guards coming up the path He quickly hides behind Shrek HEAD GUARD You there Ogre SHREK Aye HEAD GUARD By the order of Lord Farquaad I am authorized to place you both under arrest and transport you to a designated resettlement facility SHREK Oh really You and what army He looks behind the guard and the guard turns to look as well and we see that the other men have run off The guard tucks tail and runs off Shrek laughs and goes back about his business and begins walking back to his cottage DONKEY Can I say something to you Listen you was really really really somethin back here Incredible SHREK Are you talkin tohe turns around and Donkey is gone me he turns back around and Donkey is right in front of him Whoa DONKEY Yes I was talkin to you Can I tell you that you that you was great back here Those guards They thought they was all of that Then you showed up and bam They was trippin over themselves like babes in the woods That really made me feel good to see that SHREK Oh thats great Really DONKEY Man its good to be free SHREK Now why dont you go celebrate your freedom with your own friends Hmm DONKEY But uh I dont have any friends And Im not goin out there by myself Hey wait a minute I got a great idea Ill stick with you Youre mean green fightin machine Together well scare the spit out of anybody that crosses us Shrek turns and regards Donkey for a moment before roaring very loudly DONKEY Oh wow That was really scary If you dont mind me sayin if that dont work your breath certainly will get the job done cause you definitely need some Tic Tacs or something cause you breath stinks You almost burned the hair outta my nose just like the timeShrek covers his mouth but Donkey continues to talk so Shrek removes his hand then I ate some rotten berries I had strong gases leaking out of my butt that day SHREK Why are you following me DONKEY Ill tell you why singing Cause Im all alone Theres no one here beside me My problems have all gone Theres no one to deride me But you gotta have faith SHREK Stop singing Its no wonder you dont have any friends DONKEY Wow Only a true friend would be that cruelly honest SHREK Listen little donkey Take a look at me What am I DONKEY looks all the way up at Shrek Uh really tall SHREK No Im an ogre You know Grab your torch and pitchforks Doesnt that bother you DONKEY Nope SHREK Really DONKEY Really really SHREK Oh DONKEY Man I like you Whats you name SHREK Uh Shrek DONKEY Shrek Well you know what I like about you Shrek You got that kind of Idontcarewhatnobodythinksofme thing I like that I respect that Shrek You all right They come over a hill and you can see Shreks cottage Whoa Look at that Whod want to live in place like that SHREK That would be my home DONKEY Oh And it is lovely Just beautiful You know you are quite a decorator Its amazing what youve done with such a modest budget I like that boulder That is a nice boulder I guess you dont entertain much do you SHREK I like my privacy DONKEY You know I do too Thats another thing we have in common Like I hate it when you got somebody in your face Youve trying to give them a hint and they wont leave Theres that awkward silence awkward silence Can I stay with you SHREK Uh what DONKEY Can I stay with you please SHREK sarcastically Of course DONKEY Really SHREK No DONKEY Please I dont wanna go back there You dont know what its like to be considered a freak pause while he looks at Shrek Well maybe you do But thats why we gotta stick together You gotta let me stay Please Please SHREK Okay Okay But one night only DONKEY Ah Thank you he runs inside the cottage SHREK What are you Donkey hops up onto a chair No No DONKEY This is gonna be fun We can stay up late swappin manly stories and in the mornin Im makin waffles SHREK Oh DONKEY Where do uh I sleep SHREK irritated Outside DONKEY Oh well I guess thats cool I mean I dont know you and you dont know me so I guess outside is best you know Here I go Good night Shrek slams the door sigh I mean I do like the outdoors Im a donkey I was born outside Ill just be sitting by myself outside I guess you know By myself outside Im all alonetheres no one here beside me SHREKS COTTAGE NIGHT Shrek is getting ready for dinner He sits himself down and lights a candle made out of earwax He begins to eat when he hears a noise He stands up with a huff SHREK to Donkey I thought I told you to stay outside DONKEY from the window I am outside There is another noise and Shrek turns to find the person that made the noise He sees several shadows moving He finally turns and spots 3 blind mice on his table BLIND MOUSE1 Well gents its a far cry from the farm but what choice do we have BLIND MOUSE2 Its not home but itll do just fine GORDO bouncing on a slug What a lovely bed SHREK Got ya Grabs a mouse but it escapes and lands on his shoulder GORDO I found some cheese bites Shreks ear SHREK Ow GORDO Blah Awful stuff BLIND MOUSE1 Is that you Gordo GORDO How did you know SHREK Enough he grabs the 3 mice What are you doing in my house He gets bumped from behind and he drops the mice Hey he turns and sees the Seven Dwarves with Snow White on the table Oh no no no Dead broad off the table DWARF Where are we supposed to put her The beds taken SHREK Huh Shrek marches over to the bedroom and throws back the curtain The Big Bad Wolf is sitting in the bed The wolf just looks at him BIG BAD WOLF What TIME LAPSE Shrek now has the Big Bad Wolf by the collar and is dragging him to the front door SHREK I live in a swamp I put up signs Im a terrifying ogre What do I have to do get a little privacy He opens the front door to throw the Wolf out and he sees that all the collected Fairy Tale Creatures are on his land Oh no No No The 3 bears sit around the fire the pied piper is playing his pipe and the rats are all running to him some elves are directing flight traffic so that the fairies and witches can landetc SHREK What are you doing in my swamp this echoes and everyone falls silent Gasps are heard all around The 3 good fairies hide inside a tent SHREK All right get out of here All of you move it Come on Lets go Hapaya Hapaya Hey Quickly Come on more dwarves run inside the house No no No no Not there Not there they shut the door on him Oh turns to look at Donkey DONKEY Hey dont look at me I didnt invite them PINOCCHIO Oh gosh no one invited us SHREK What PINOCCHIO We were forced to come here SHREK flabbergasted By who LITTLE PIG Lord Farquaad He huffed and he puffed and hesigned an eviction notice SHREK heavy sigh All right Who knows where this Farquaad guy is Everyone looks around at each other but no one answers DONKEY Oh I do I know where he is SHREK Does anyone else know where to find him Anyone at all DONKEY Me Me SHREK Anyone DONKEY Oh Oh pick me Oh I know I know Me me SHREK sigh Okay fine Attention all fairy tale things Do not get comfortable Your welcome is officially worn out In fact Im gonna see this guy Farquaad right now and get you all off my land and back where you came from Pause Then the crowd goes wild Oh to Donkey You Youre comin with me - -INF
  9. gah broke the goddam wheel - -INF
  10. adolf hitler - -INF
  11. balls - -INF
  12. speedrun - -INF
  13. Thats it now im really mad No MORE SHREK Youre the scum of the universe and im getting sick of it don’t bother apologizing because i will never forgive youI am the hope of the Universe…I am the answer to all living things that cry out for peace…I am the protector of the innocent…I am the light in the darkness…I am the truth Ally to good…Nightmare to youI am the hope of the Universe…I am the answer to all living things that cry out for peace…I am the protector of the innocent…I am the light in the darkness…I am the truth Ally to good…Nightmare to youi will not let you destroy my world - -INF
  14. top for now - -INF
  15. Is this what it feels like to have unlimited POWER - -INF
  16. I am the best hacker black hat monkey - -INF
  17. adolf - -INF
  18. Ellis - -INF
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  20. The missile knows where it is at all times It knows this because it knows where it isnt By subtracting where it is from where it isnt or where it isnt from where it is whichever is greater it obtains a difference or deviation The guidance subsystem uses deviations to generate corrective commands to drive the missile from a position where it is to a position where it isnt and arriving at a position where it wasnt it now is Consequently the position where it is is now the position that it wasnt and it follows that the position that it was is now the position that it isnt In the event that the position that it is in is not the position that it wasnt the system has acquired a variation the variation being the difference between where the missile is and where it wasnt If variation is considered to be a significant factor it too may be corrected by the GEA However the missile must also know where it was The missile guidance computer scenario works as follows Because a variation has modified some of the information the missile has obtained it is not sure just where it is However it is sure where it isnt within reason and it knows where it was It now subtracts where it should be from where it wasnt or viceversa and by differentiating this from the algebraic sum of where it shouldnt be and where it was it is able to obtain the deviation and its variation which is called error - -INF
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  23. The missile knows where it is at all times It knows this because it knows where it isnt By subtracting where it is from where it isnt or where it isnt from where it is whichever is greater it obtains a difference or deviation The guidance subsystem uses deviations to generate corrective commands to drive the missile from a position where it is to a position where it isnt and arriving at a position where it wasnt it now is Consequently the position where it is is now the position that it wasnt and it follows that the position that it was is now the position that it isnt In the event that the position that it is in is not the position that it wasnt the system has acquired a variation the variation being the difference between where the missile is and where it wasnt If variation is considered to be a significant factor it too may be corrected by the GEA However the missile must also know where it was The missile guidance computer scenario works as follows Because a variation has modified some of the information the missile has obtained it is not sure just where it is However it is sure where it isnt within reason and it knows where it was It now subtracts where it should be from where it wasnt or viceversa and by differentiating this from the algebraic sum of where it shouldnt be and where it was it is able to obtain the deviation and its variation which is called error - -INF
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  26. Top History Toggle History subsection Geographic distribution Toggle Geographic distribution subsection Major dialects Toggle Major dialects subsection Phonology Toggle Phonology subsection Grammar Vocabulary Writing systems Sample text Literature development Toggle Literature development subsection Status Toggle Status subsection Advocacy Toggle Advocacy subsection Gallery See also Notes References Toggle References subsection Further reading External links Punjabi language Article Talk Read Edit View history Tools From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀپنجابی Punjabi written in Shahmukhi script top and Gurmukhi script used in bottom Pronunciation Punjabi pəɲˈdʒab̆bi English pʌnˈdʒɑːbi Native to Pakistan and India Region Punjab Ethnicity Punjabis Native speakers 113 million 2011–2017a1 Language family IndoEuropean IndoIranian IndoAryan Northwestern Punjabi Early forms ProtoIndoEuropean ProtoIndoIranian ProtoIndoAryan Vedic Sanskrit2 Classical Sanskrit3 debated Prakritb4 debated Apabhraṃśa Old Punjabi5678910 Dialects See Punjabi dialects Writing system Shāhmukhī in Pakistan Gurmukhī in India Devanāgarī in India Punjabi Braille Laṇḍā historical Takri historical Mahajani historical Official status Official language in Pakistan Punjab provincial official11 India Punjab1213 Haryana additional14 Delhi additional15 West Bengal additional in blocks and divisions with at least 10 Punjabi speakers16 Regulated by Punjab Institute of Language Art and Culture Pakistan Department of Languages India17 Language codes ISO 6391 pa ISO 6392 pan ISO 6393 Either pan – Panjabi pnb – Western Panjabi Glottolog panj1256 Eastern Panjabi west2386 Western Panjabi Linguasphere 59AAFe Geographic distribution of Punjabi language in Pakistan and India This article contains IPA phonetic symbols Without proper rendering support you may see question marks boxes or other symbols instead of Unicode characters For an introductory guide on IPA symbols see HelpIPA Part of a series on Punjabis History Diaspora Culture Regions Punjab portal vte Punjabi pʌnˈdʒɑːbi punJAHbee18 Shahmukhi پنجابی Gurmukhi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ Punjabi pəɲˈdʒab̆bi ⓘ19 sometimes spelled Panjabic is an IndoAryan language native to the Punjab region of Pakistan and India It is one of the most widely spoken native languages in the world with approximately 113 million native speakers20 Punjabi is the most widelyspoken first language in Pakistan with 805 million native speakers according to the 2017 census and the 11th most widelyspoken in India with 311 million native speakers according to the 2011 census It is spoken among a significant overseas diaspora particularly in Canada the United Kingdom the United States Australia and the Gulf states In Pakistan Punjabi is written using the Shahmukhi alphabet based on the PersoArabic script in India it is written using the Gurmukhi alphabet based on the Indic scripts Punjabi is unusual among the IndoAryan languages and the broader IndoEuropean language family in its usage of lexical tone History Etymology The word Punjabi sometimes spelled Panjabi has been derived from the word Panjāb Persian for Five Waters referring to the five major eastern tributaries of the Indus River The name of the region was introduced by the TurkoPersian conquerors21 of South Asia and was a translation of the Sanskrit name Panchanada which means Land of the Five Rivers2223 Panj is cognate with Sanskrit pañca पञ्च Greek pénte πέντε and Lithuanian Penki all of which meaning five āb is cognate with Sanskrit áp अप् and with the Av of Avon The historical Punjab region now divided between India and Pakistan is defined physiographically by the Indus River and these five tributaries One of the five the Beas River is a tributary of another the Sutlej Origin Tilla Jogian Jhelum District Punjab Pakistan a hilltop associated with many Nath jogis considered among compilers of earlier Punjabi works Punjabi developed from Prakrit languages and later Apabhraṃśa Sanskrit अपभ्रंश deviated or nongrammatical speech24 From 600 BC Sanskrit developed as the standard literary and administrative language and Prakrit languages evolved into many regional languages in different parts of India All these languages are called Prakrit languages Sanskrit प्राकृत prākṛta collectively Paishachi Prakrit was one of these Prakrit languages which was spoken in north and northwestern India and Punjabi developed from this Prakrit Later in northern India Paishachi Prakrit gave rise to Paishachi Apabhraṃśa a descendant of Prakrit425 Punjabi emerged as an Apabhramsha a degenerated form of Prakrit in the 7th century AD and became stable by the 10th century The earliest writings in Punjabi belong to the Nath Yogiera from 9th to 14th century26 The language of these compositions is morphologically closer to Shauraseni Apbhramsa though vocabulary and rhythm is surcharged with extreme colloquialism and folklore26 The precursor stage of Punjabi between the 10th and 16th centuries is termed Old Punjabi whilst the stage between the 16th and 19th centuries is termed as Medieval Punjabi5678910 Arabic and Persian influences See also Persian language in the Indian subcontinent The Arabic and modern Persian influence in the historical Punjab region began with the late first millennium Muslim conquests in the Indian subcontinent27 Many Persian and Arabic words have been incorporated into Punjabi2829 So Punjabi relies heavily on Persian and Arabic words which are used with a liberal approach to language Many important words like ਅਰਦਾਸ ਰਹਿਰਾਸ ਨਹਿਰ ਜ਼ਮੀਨ ਗਜ਼ਲ etc are derived from Persian and Arabic After the fall of the Sikh empire Urdu was made the official language of Punjab in Pakistani Punjab it is still the primary official language and influenced the language as well30 In fact the sounds of ਜ਼ ਖ਼ ਸ਼ and ਫ਼ have been borrowed from Persian Later it was lexically influenced by Portuguese words like ਅਲਮਾਰੀالماری Greek words like ਦਾਮدام Chagatai words like ਕ਼ੈੰਚੀ ਸੁਗ਼ਾਤقینچی،سوغات Japanese words like ਰਿਕਸ਼ਾرکشا Chinese words like ਚਾਹ ਲੀਚੀ ਲੁਕਾਠچاہ، لیچی، لکاٹھ and English words like ਜੱਜ ਅਪੀਲ ਮਾਸਟਰجج، اپیل، ماسٹر though these influences have been minor in comparison to Persian and Arabic31 English Gurmukhibased Punjab India Shahmukhibased Punjab Pakistan President ਰਾਸ਼ਟਰਪਤੀ rāshtarpatī صدرمملکت sadare mumlikat Article ਲੇਖ lēkh مضمون mazmūn Prime Minister ਪਰਧਾਨ ਮੰਤਰੀ pardhān mantarī وزیراعظم vazīre aʿzam Family ਪਰਿਵਾਰ parivār ਟੱਬਰ ṭabbar ਲਾਣਾ lāṇā خاندان kḥāndān ٹبّر ṭabbar Philosophy ਫ਼ਲਸਫ਼ਾ falsafā ਦਰਸ਼ਨ darshan فلسفہ falsafah Capital city ਰਾਜਧਾਨੀ rājdhānī دارالحکومت dāral ḥakūmat Viewer ਦਰਸ਼ਕ darshak ناظرین nāzarīn Listener ਸਰੋਤਾ sarotā سامع sāmaʿ Note In more formal contexts hypercorrect Sanskritized versions of these words ਪ੍ਰਧਾਨ pradhān for ਪਰਧਾਨ pardhān and ਪਰਿਵਾਰ parivār for ਪਰਵਾਰ parvār may be used Modern times Modern Punjabi emerged in the 19th century from the Medieval Punjabi stage6 Modern Punjabi has two main varieties Western Lahnda Punjab and Eastern Punjabi Charda Punjab which have many dialects and forms altogether spoken by over 150 million people The Majhi dialect which is transitional between the two main varieties has been adopted as standard Punjabi in India and Pakistan for education and mass media The Majhi dialect originated in the Majha region of the Punjab In India Punjabi is written in the Gurmukhī script in offices schools and media Gurmukhi is the official standard script for Punjabi though it is often unofficially written in the Latin scripts due to influence from English one of Indias two primary official languages at the Unionlevel In Pakistan Punjabi is generally written using the Shahmukhī script which in literary standards is identical to the Urdu alphabet however various attempts have been made to create certain distinct characters from a modification of the Persian Nastaʿlīq characters to represent Punjabi phonology not already found in the Urdu alphabet In Pakistan Punjabi loans technical words from Persian and Arabic just like Urdu does Geographic distribution Punjabi is the most widely spoken language in Pakistan the eleventhmost widely spoken in India and also present in the Punjabi diaspora in various countries Pakistan Punjabi is the most widely spoken language in Pakistan being the native language of 805 million people or approximately 39 of the countrys population Census history of Punjabi speakers in Pakistan3233 Year Population of Pakistan Percentage Punjabi speakers 1951 33740167 5708 22632905 1961 42880378 5639 28468282 1972 65309340 5611 43176004 1981 84253644 4817 40584980 1998 132352279 4415 58433431 2017 207685000 3878 80540000 Beginning with the 1981 and 2017 censuses respectively speakers of the Western Punjabis Saraiki and Hindko varieties were no longer included in the total numbers for Punjabi which explains the apparent decrease Pothwari speakers however are included in the total numbers for Punjabi34 India See also States of India by Punjabi speakers Jallianwala Bagh written in Hindi Punjabi and English in Amritsar India Punjabi is the official language of the Indian state of Punjab and has the status of an additional official language in Haryana and Delhi Some of its major urban centres in northern India are Amritsar Ludhiana Chandigarh Jalandhar Ambala Patiala Bathinda Hoshiarpur Firozpur and Delhi Punjabi in India In the 2011 census of India 3114 million reported their language as Punjabi The census publications group this with speakers of related mother tongues like Bagri and Bhateali to arrive at the figure of 3312 million35 Census history of Punjabi speakers in India36 Year Population of India Punjabi speakers in India Percentage 1971 548159652 14108443 257 1981 665287849 19611199 295 1991 838583988 23378744 279 2001 1028610328 29102477 283 2011 1210193422 33124726 274 Punjabi diaspora See also Punjabi diaspora Punjabi is also spoken as a minority language in several other countries where Punjabi people have emigrated in large numbers such as the United States Australia the United Kingdom and Canada34 There were 670000 native Punjabi speakers in Canada in 202137 300000 in the United Kingdom in 201138 280000 in the United States39 and smaller numbers in other countries Punjabi speakers by country Approximate number of Punjabi speakers by country Country Native number of speakers Source Pakistan 80540000 Census India 33124726 Census Saudi Arabia 800000 Ethnologue Canada 670000 Census UK 291000 Census USA 280867 Census Australia 239033 Census UAE 201000 Ethnologue Major dialects Main article Punjabi dialects and languages Standard Punjabi Standard Punjabi sometimes referred to as Majhi in India or simply CentralEastern Punjabi is the most widespread and largest dialect of Punjabi It is transitional between both Western Punjabi Lahnda Punjab and Eastern Punjabi Charda Punjab and it first developed in the 12th century and gained prominence when Sufi poets such as Shah Hussain Bulleh Shah among others began to use the LahoreAmritsarspoken dialect with infused Persian vocabulary in their works in the Shahmukhi script40 Later the Gurmukhi script was developed based on Standard Punjabi by the Sikh Gurus41 In Pakistan the Standard Punjabi dialect is not referred to as the Majhi dialect which may be considered as Indian terminology rather simply as Standard Punjabi This dialect is widely used in the TV and entertainment industry which is mainly produced in Lahore Eastern Punjabi The Punjabi variety predominantly spoken in the Indian Punjab and also by partition migrants and their descendants in Pakistan is known as Eastern Punjabi It includes dialects like Malwai Doabi Puadhi and extinct Lubanki42 Western Punjabi The diverse group of Punjabic varieties spoken in the western areas of Pakistani Punjab as well as in neighbouring Hazara region and parts of Azad Kashmir is known as Western Punjabi or Lahnda لہندا lit western4344 These include groups of dialects like Saraiki PahariPothwari Hindko and extinct Inku common dialects like Jhangvi Dhanni and Thali which are usually grouped under the term Jatki Punjabi and the mixed variety of Punjabi and Sindhi called Khetrani45 Phonology While a vowel length distinction between short and long vowels exists reflected in modern Gurmukhi orthographical conventions it is secondary to the vowel quality contrast between centralised vowels ɪ ə ʊ and peripheral vowels iː eː ɛː aː ɔː oː uː in terms of phonetic significance46 Vowels Front Nearfront Central Nearback Back Close iː ਈ اِی uː ਊ اُو Nearclose ɪ ਇ اِ ʊ ਉ اُ Closemid eː ਏ اے oː ਓ او Mid ə ਅ اَ Openmid ɛː ਐ اَے ɔː ਔ اَو Open aː ਆ آ The peripheral vowels have nasal analogues47 There is a tendency with speakers to insert ɪ̆ between adjacent a vowels as a separator When the latter vowel is lowtone this usually changes to ʊ̆ Consonants Labial Dental Alveolar Retroflex Postalv Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal Nasal m ਮ م n ਨ ن48 ɳ ਣ ݨ ɲ ਞ ن ŋ ਙ ن٘ Stop Affricate tenuis p ਪ پ t̪ ਤ ت ʈ ਟ ٹ t͡ʃ ਚ چ k ਕ ک q ਕ਼ ق aspirated pʰ ਫ پھ tʰ ਥ تھ ʈʰ ਠ ٹھ t͡ʃʰ ਛ چھ kʰ ਖ کھ voiced b ਬ ب d̪ ਦ د ɖ ਡ ڈ d͡ʒ ਜ ج ɡ ਗ گ tonal ਭ بھ ਧ دھ ਢ ڈھ ਝ جھ ਘ گھ Fricative voiceless f ਫ਼ ف s ਸ س ʃ ਸ਼ ش x ਖ਼ خ voiced z ਜ਼ ز ɣ ਗ਼ غ ɦ ਹ ہ Rhotic ɾr ਰ ر ɽ ੜ ڑ Approximant ʋ ਵ و l ਲ ل ɭ ਲ਼ ࣇ49 j ਯ ی Note for the tonal stops refer to the next section about Tone The three retroflex consonants ɳ ɽ ɭ do not occur initially and the nasals ŋ ɲ occur only as allophones of n in clusters with velars and palatals there are limited exceptions but these are archaic The wellestablished phoneme ʃ may be realised allophonically as the voiceless retroflex fricative ʂ in learned clusters with retroflexes The phonemic status of the consonants f z x ɣ q varies with familiarity with Hindustani norms more so with the Gurmukhi script with the pairs f pʰ z d͡ʒ x kʰ ɣ g and q k systematically distinguished in educated speech50 The retroflex lateral is most commonly analysed as an approximant as opposed to a flap515253 The voiceless aspirates t͡ʃʰ pʰ often soften to fricatives ɕ f This hardly happens with kʰ t̪ʰ into x θ and never with ʈʰcitation needed In very rare cases the archaic isolated ɲ and ŋ phonemes in Shahmukhi may be represented with letters from Sindhicitation needed Diphthongs Like Hindustani the diphthongs əɪ and əʊ have mostly disappeared but are still retained in some dialects Long vowels aː iː uː are treated as doubles of their short vowel counterparts ə ɪ ʊ rather than separate phonemes and all instances of ai and au are monophthongised into ɛː and ɔː Hence diphthongs like aī and āu phonotactically are stretched to aii and aau whence the newly formed diphthongs ai and au are monophthongised causing the sequences to be pronounced as ɛːɪ and əɔː rather than əiː and aːʊ This also brings about flexibility in the script whence diphthongs such as aaai can be written as āai aāi etccitation needed The phonemes j and ʋ have become marginalised in Punjabi j is only pronounced wordinitially where it is otherwise ɪ and ʋ becomes ʊ when between a consonant and a vowel Tone Unusually for an IndoAryan language Punjabi distinguishes lexical tones54 Three tones are distinguished in Punjabi some sources have described these as tone contours given in parentheses low highfalling high lowrising and level neutral or middle555657 The transcriptions and tone annotations in the examples below are based on those - -1.0E+280
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