Dear Visitor,

Since the launch of this website in October 2002, constant improvements have been made in the content and layout of our pages. The latest and most accomplished of such face-liftings can be summarized as:

Providing a direct access to the main sections and to The New Etymological Dictionary on the Index Page for those interested in seeing our major work but short of time, enabling them to bypass other no less interesting sections.

Setting Ana Yüz in Turkish apart from Home Page in English, so that each can be accessed separately by clicking their respective labels on the home page of the site.

Revision of all files in 9 Sections and cross linking more of them with others, particularly with those in The New Etymological Dictionary and the Graphics Sections. Now, our site has  5635 internal hyperlinks in its total 995 files and the number is steadily increasing.

Redaction of all vocabulary entries and continuous addition of new ones in The New Etymological Dictionary which holds almost 700 indexed words with several times as many uncounted derivatives, phrases, idioms and quotations placed within. Among 660 pictures, there are some drawings rendered in the original Orkhun script to demonstrate my novel method of aphonetic & provisual analysis of root syllables in Sky*rooT United : The Universal Mother Tongue.

Because of its revolutionary essence, this etymological lexicon is the first ever of its kind in the world.

As for the appearance, our pages are all redesigned to have a more unified form; the screen layout is readjusted to 15" monitors for less crammed pages; the number and duration of slow pages are reduced by downsizing most of the images.

I hope that you shall enjoy the new look and keep coming back frequently...

 

Doğan Türker
Author-Researcher

 

Ankara, Türkiye, May 2005; Updated October 2014.

 


 

Dear Visitor,

In this site, a small part of my mainly lexicographic work for Sky*rooT United : The Universal Mother Tongue, which in its entirety counts up to about one thousand entries or so, and various articles related to their interpretations shall be presented.

Although most of the upcoming material is in Turkish, I am sure you shall be able to pick up from among the many entries a considerable number of references to y+our words & the root syllables in common with English and / or other conventionally known languages, while directly accessing others within the articles marked on our Features Page listing as [Text in English].

I hope that you shall find the contents interesting and enjoy the unusual, tongue twisting findings.

 

Doğan Türker
Author-Researcher

  

Ankara, October 2002