6-letter Language Chain Quiz

Solve the 6-letter linguistic chain before the time is up!
the last letter of a word = the first letter of the next one (e.g. lingua -> amicus -> syntax)
each word has exactly 6 letters
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Last updated: March 23, 2020
First submittedMarch 23, 2020
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A group of Indo-European languages with over 300 milliion speakers
Slavic
A language group that includes Welsh, Breton, Irish and Scottish Gaelic
Celtic
A typically Caribbean language based on a European language and local languages
Creole
"Spain" in Spanish
España
A part of speech that typically expresses manner, time, place etc.
adverb
The most common 6-letter English verb
become
"rubber" in American English
eraser
The timing of stress or syllables in a language
rhythm
"Hungarian" in Hungarian
Magyar
An African country with 4 official languages including Swahili and French
Rwanda
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The plural of "alumnus"
alumni
"Iceland" in Icelandic
Ísland
A Germanic language characterized by "stød", a sort of creaky voice
Danish
The Korean alphabet
hangul
A Greek letter
lambda
A Portuguese speaking African country
Angola
The female equivalent of the word "abbot"
abbess
Human vocal communication using language
speech
"Greece" in Greek
Hellas
An emphasis given to a syllable in a word
stress
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Level 79
Mar 23, 2020
Alternate answer for "rubber" in American English: condom.
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Level 59
Nov 9, 2020
It's a word chain...?