10 Ancient Languages that Disappeared

Syem Chi
Syem Chi

He was speaking matthew from the land of mathewnia

4 months ago
MatthewSantoro
MatthewSantoro

🙌🏻

2 months ago
Werkękaśiłąń Łaladińią Łaladińią
Werkękaśiłąń Łaladińią Łaladińią

No Baldonia

3 months ago
9ah teh egg nina the silly shrimp
9ah teh egg nina the silly shrimp

I want to learn how to speak Matthew

4 months ago
Akehap Kap
Akehap Kap

Syem Chi 😂😂😂

4 months ago
Sara Crîșmăriu
Sara Crîșmăriu

I wish Dacian would make a comeback

5 days ago
Matt Goodrich
Matt Goodrich

I know Latin

7 days ago
Nick Perro
Nick Perro

He means Hey Guys, knoledge-whale here back with more 10 blanks that blanked!?!

7 days ago
Dattebae
Dattebae

"Mead" sounds so weird and light compared to "mjød"

20 days ago
Erikk kenneth Deneke
Erikk kenneth Deneke

Icelandic will dissapear very soon. Sad

Month ago
Landin Adams
Landin Adams

I learn more from this guy than my school teachers

Month ago
Sienna Maya Lwin
Sienna Maya Lwin

I am just guessing but i think he said, Hey guy, knowledge-whale here back with some more ten blanks that blanked!?" IDk i am just guessing.

Month ago
The Doc Jay
The Doc Jay

what is this music? I wanna know

Month ago
Yehoshua Abdul-Qadir Al-Malizi
Yehoshua Abdul-Qadir Al-Malizi

why is Sumerian and Akkadian not in here?

Month ago
HuzzBon
HuzzBon

I live in romania

Month ago
The Potato
The Potato

Ancient Egyptian has "died" because of two of these reasons.  First is the introduction of other languages, such as Greek, Latin and Arabic, along with others from Asia and Africa.  Today, while Arabic is the primary basis for most speakers, there are still elements of all these other influences in colloquial speech.

2 months ago
Zabieru Gloss
Zabieru Gloss

I speak some ancient Egyptian.

2 months ago
Chasemdown016 Gaming
Chasemdown016 Gaming

I took a Latin course once. I wanted to learn a language that wasn't popular like german or spanish.

2 months ago
Cotton Candy Fairy
Cotton Candy Fairy

If I got a dollar for every Latin song I sang in my 5 years of choir, I would have a lot of money.

2 months ago
Alicia Mae Villamor
Alicia Mae Villamor

*BAYBAYIN of the Philippines*

2 months ago
Evelyn5000
Evelyn5000

My Grandpa taught himself Hebrew

2 months ago
Mawgan S.
Mawgan S.

Good effort Matt. And those attempting to be linguists in th comments. *Coughs with no hope for linguistics*

2 months ago
FaceFuck
FaceFuck

Hunnic was a dialect

2 months ago
lemeki lolohea
lemeki lolohea

Your forgot about narnia

2 months ago
Greenwood4727
Greenwood4727

anyone else thinks that Egyptian Hieroglyphics are coming back with all the emoji's today. we are going back to images meaning things?

2 months ago
Luna Harp
Luna Harp

Latin can't be dead....we literally use it or reference to it every day 🤔

2 months ago
ki-adi -mundi
ki-adi -mundi

where can i find that music

2 months ago
Blue Dude
Blue Dude

I like lost ancient things in life because they can lead peace or chaos.

2 months ago
PeachyNess
PeachyNess

Actually some Greeks still speak Ancient Greek except the words are slightly changed but they are still used, have the same meaning and thus the Ancient language is used nevertheless, it simply changed a bit.

3 months ago
Wai Jun Wong
Wai Jun Wong

Can someone please translate what he saying

3 months ago
Jeremy the Person
Jeremy the Person

"However"

3 months ago
Yohance Cameron
Yohance Cameron

Ever heard of the voynich manuscript?

3 months ago
Charles Davis
Charles Davis

Love your posts. By the way, do your teeth glow in the dark? Love em.

3 months ago
AdiSk TheYoutuber
AdiSk TheYoutuber

Eygytians never spook nor wrote in hieroglyphs it was just drawings Jesus christ isnt that obvious?

3 months ago
slum chemist
slum chemist

beginning translation:can i borrow your hair?

3 months ago
Charbel Youssef
Charbel Youssef

You forgot the most important and the mother of all languages: Phoenician.

3 months ago
Franklin J. Ells
Franklin J. Ells

The oldest Norse language that is still spoken is Icelandic. The language hase hardly changed since people have landed on the volcanic island.

3 months ago
DoctorWhoFan16
DoctorWhoFan16

Captions for Matthew said: "Hey Guys, knowledge-whale here back with 10 more blanks that blanked!?!? 😂🤣😂🤣

3 months ago
Melissa foley
Melissa foley

🇨🇾🇬🇷

3 months ago
Stefanos Abatzis
Stefanos Abatzis

Honestly the anceint greek language is not that "dead" we still using old refrences or quotes from it in our normal day but is also mixxed by other timelines of greece but they are still there tho .

3 months ago
Mateus Miranda
Mateus Miranda

Watching for the second time 🇧🇷

3 months ago
jude adam cerezo
jude adam cerezo

huns, like in mulan

3 months ago
Bryn Oliver
Bryn Oliver

I liked the video just from the intro, that was hilarious Matt! 😁😂

3 months ago
Jesse nava
Jesse nava

What happened to the Native tongues of the americas

3 months ago
nikolay N
nikolay N

Hamm we still speak the same hebrew we can read it זה אותו דבר בשבילנו but the sentence is conected diffrently

3 months ago
LordBloodySoul
LordBloodySoul

Intro Translation: "I am Santoro of the Lands of Baldania. ... Do you understand?" XD Yeah, I love dead languages. They are so mysterious and beautiful :D

4 months ago
tardistardis8
tardistardis8

Most of these languages didn't disappear... They evolved to other modern languages.

4 months ago
Lukas Moe
Lukas Moe

If I try i can maybe translate the old norse one

4 months ago
amyy
amyy

put in 2 speed

4 months ago
Dash Matt
Dash Matt

I’m Coptic

4 months ago
Jose Garcia
Jose Garcia

You've never taken a cab ride before?

4 months ago
Alex Quinlan
Alex Quinlan

Thanks to whoever captioned this. He was speaking backwards for anyone who was confused.

4 months ago
Sara Niesen
Sara Niesen

Omfg the subtitle translation in the beginning 😂😂😂💀💀💀

4 months ago
This is Tyger25
This is Tyger25

It's called hieroglyphics no Egyptian GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT P.S love your vids,keep up the good work

4 months ago
Jonathan Johnson
Jonathan Johnson

Hebrew is not hard to learn. Easier than English.

4 months ago
Sunny La
Sunny La

Ur hot :)

4 months ago
turbosdolphin
turbosdolphin

Aramaic?

4 months ago
Joey Meek
Joey Meek

'Old Norse' hmm: Fus Ro Da maybe?

4 months ago
the lion
the lion

A for effort boss but for sure an introduction to "dead" languages at best

4 months ago
Jonathan Andrus
Jonathan Andrus

Oech eo! Che ebok eo!

4 months ago
Akehap Kap
Akehap Kap

I speak kind of a little Klingon. Quaplah’! (good night, morning dag and good luck. And cheers).

4 months ago
James Shaw
James Shaw

you forgot gaelic, a celtic language that influenced old english

4 months ago
Ant Man
Ant Man

Hmmmmmmmm yes you said hello youtube

4 months ago
Madzie 2000
Madzie 2000

THE CAPTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OML

4 months ago
Exavier Long
Exavier Long

Hieroglyphs as a language have disappeared but the remnants live in through arabic, especially the written form, which developed off the shorthand cursive form of Egyptian known as hieratic.

4 months ago
Ashwani Kumar
Ashwani Kumar

Why you haven't mentioned SANSKRIT.

4 months ago
Slegy Games
Slegy Games

Hi

4 months ago
A Ghost.
A Ghost.

What's with the Hebrew music lol

4 months ago
JC4
JC4

No love for the Mayan language :(

4 months ago
anne proctor
anne proctor

I spent the video swaying to the music! Don't know what the song is but I love it!

4 months ago
hidanlover123
hidanlover123

You know it's just like the prevelance of white supremacy to forget to include all the native Americans and native peoples languages that were quite literally beaten out of us.

4 months ago
PyroFlame Gaming
PyroFlame Gaming

Latin is semper invicta

4 months ago
Warrior Norman
Warrior Norman

ancient Egypt is satanic as they come Aleister Crowley himself study Magic from ancient Egypt

4 months ago
Billy The Kid
Billy The Kid

Matt b trying too trim his chest hair back. lol

4 months ago
Trintard
Trintard

u should write top ten articles that might be easier to digest than the videos for some people

4 months ago
SukaliVenti
SukaliVenti

I think the word "disappeared" in your title isn't really accurate. Latin and Ancient Greek for example have evolved, but have so many similarities that people who speak the modern versions can still understand the ancient texts.

4 months ago
Blue the velociraptor
Blue the velociraptor

It means subscribe and leave a like

4 months ago
flora yang
flora yang

Nice to know but why there aren’t Asian languages mentioned?

4 months ago
Thomas Jacobsen
Thomas Jacobsen

Isn't "Hittites" pronounced with a short "i"? Interesting video.

4 months ago
Lilyan Witt
Lilyan Witt

Thanx

4 months ago
Elyas Martinez
Elyas Martinez

what about pig Latin?

4 months ago
Elyas Martinez
Elyas Martinez

what about pig Latin?

4 months ago
nycbklynrmp
nycbklynrmp

hmmm how is latin disappeared when there are latin classes in high school?

4 months ago
Giorgos KOUSOULOS Kousoulos
Giorgos KOUSOULOS Kousoulos

Ancient Greek is not dead and the word ancient is used wrong, it was evolved, , most of the words used today, are the same as ancient times and the few that changed, didn't actually changed completely but with slide changes. But most of the language is still alive.

4 months ago
dude cx
dude cx

you should give demonstrations on how this sounded or spoke the languages if you can. 😊

4 months ago
Epic Stimulus
Epic Stimulus

Some languages that are disappeared didn't disappear over time: 10. Biblical Hebrew is almost gone however conserved by religious texts. 8. Dacian is a lost language however some of its words can be found in Romanian and Albanian. 7. Coptic can help with the study of Ancient Egyptian as it has a similar writing system from Greek. 5. It is thought that Harrapan was a Dravidian language so we do have a few words. 4. Ancient Greek still exists and it is the SAME LANGUAGE AS MODERN GREEK WITH SOME CHANGES. Ancient Greek is found in inscriptions and any modern Greek native speaker can understand Ancient Greek. I am a native speaker of Greek and I can understand Ancient Greek just fine. It survives as Katharevousa which is a type of modern Greek with many Ancient Greek elements. There are even people that speak Ancient Greek as their native language! 2. Latin is a dead language however we haven't lost it due to the Latin vocabulary we can find in science.

4 months ago
TERRARIAGUY 2005
TERRARIAGUY 2005

What about rongorongo

4 months ago
Helium Can
Helium Can

Wait.....Latins dead?

4 months ago
Kylie M
Kylie M

Yay! I love this topic!

4 months ago
Vladimir Meskheli
Vladimir Meskheli

I speak georgia გაუმარჯოს

4 months ago
Mia Waddell
Mia Waddell

MIDDLE ENGLISH IS HORRIBLE

4 months ago
IamJacksColon4
IamJacksColon4

the israeli language was invented recently.

4 months ago
Alexanderex Victorias
Alexanderex Victorias

Dacian, actually pronounced Docian or Dawcian by the real public. Just saying, their that profuctionarally illiterate. Edit for Matthew; Hadician... blah, drah, plah...

4 months ago
Yeet Deet
Yeet Deet

Roast me

4 months ago
Shall NotWither
Shall NotWither

You need to work on your speaking skills by using less exaggerated gestures. It is Youtube not a theater production. But otherwise fun.

4 months ago
ThisIsTheMusicTV
ThisIsTheMusicTV

Can I say 60 frames per second give an awful unnatural image? The person movements are unnaturally fluid.

4 months ago
bip bong
bip bong

I’m gonna be honest, I thought this guy was dead after never seeing any of his videos recommended to me. And I liked it that way. So sad to see him back 😢

4 months ago
Tramaine Terrance
Tramaine Terrance

Hello, Humans. My name is Terrance. Earth is a very strange place. Humans are a very odd species. I can't believe there are 7.2 billion of you on this planet. I've learned much over my time spent on this planet. The things I've discovered, I'll never forget. Sometimes in life, you just end up on Youtube. So many Humans love to go on this website. Terrance will continue to watch the videos created by Humans. All this in hopes of consuming as many Youtube videos as possible. It fascinates me how much one can learn listening to Humans. TERRANCE OUT

4 months ago
the grey jedi
the grey jedi

does anyone know what he said

4 months ago
Bandsxx
Bandsxx

The Egyptian one is pretty inaccurate. "Coptic" isn't native Egyptian. The native language of Egypt was lost some time after the conquest of Alexander the Great, and remained so during the Roman and Byzantine Eras. That language implemented after the conquests is called "Coptic" and is more or less based off of Greek in many ways. It's not native Egyptian. Native Egyptian is called "Demotic" and/or "Hieratic", and was lost way before the Arabs even came near Egypt.

4 months ago
hackboi gaming
hackboi gaming

Its so wierd hearing englesh peaple saying dacian im from romania

4 months ago
561GOD #561God
561GOD #561God

When speaking of Vikings, Norsemen, Celtics, or Europeans..... i noticed no one could speak of anything good about them

4 months ago
Native Seen
Native Seen

dont play wit god people or his SON

4 months ago
Rudraksh Sharma
Rudraksh Sharma

🔥

4 months ago

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