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Uncharted Waters Online is an online game wherein you play in the Age of Discovery/Exploration period of Planet Earth (15th to 17th Century), where you are one of the Captain on voyage trying to open new trade routes, discover new exciting places, and the mapping of the planet. Of course, before you can have a conversation and establish a good trade with the peoples of the world, you need to learn their languages.

Learning a new language is simple, just visit any city and talk to the lords and ladies of any 'houses'. As a clue, the names of these houses end up with the word 'Estate'. Additionally, guild houses (Adventurer Guild, Maritime Guild, and Merchant/Trader Guild) also offer languages.

Below you will find a tabular list[1] of the languages available per city and the establishment where you can learn it. A word of caution, languages count as one (1) skill. You will need to forget a skill if you already maxed out your allotted number of skills that you can learn. But be careful not to unlearn the language of the city you are currently in, lest you want to travel all the way back to where you first learnt of their language in the first place.

Germanic Languages
Celtic Languages
Romanic Languages
Eastern European Languages
Northern European Languages

 

Afroasiatic Languages
Altaic Languages
African Languages
Indian Languages
Amerindian Languages
Southern Asian Languages
Eastern Asian Languages

 

Austronesian Languages



Per Region

Region Spoken Languages
Europe
Northern Europe

 

Western Europe
Eastern Europe
Asia
Southeast Asia
East Asia

 

Oceania
Africa
Western Africa
Southern Africa
Eastern Africa / India
America
North America
Central America / Carribean
South America

Per Language

Language Used in City/Town

Arabic

Western Europe:
Algiers, Tripoli, Tunis
Eastern Europe:
Alexandria, Beirut, Benghazi, Cairo, Jaffa, Istanbul, Naples, Trebizond, Venice
Eastern Africa/India:
Aden, Basra, Jeddah, Jofra, Massawa, Muscat, Saylac, Socotra, Suez

Athens (Maritime Guild)

Genoa (Merchant Guild)

Seville (Tome Pires)

Celtic

Northern Europe:
Dublin, Edinburgh

London (Shakespeare)

Chinese

East Asia:
Anping, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Macau, Quanzhou, Tamsui, Yuntaisha

Anping (He Bin)

Dutch

Northern Europe:
Amsterdam, Antwerp, Helder, Dover, Groningen
Caribbean:
Nassau, Willemstad
Southeast Asia:
Ambon, Ternate

London (Shakespeare)

Marseilles (Francois Rabelais)

Seville (Maritime Guild)

Venice (President Shylock)

Ancient Egyptian

Eastern Europe:
Alexandria, Cairo

Beirut (Bay Hail)

Tripoli (Shinan Pasha)

English

Northern Europe:
Dover, Dublin, Edinburgh, London, Plymouth
Caribbean:
Grand Cayman, Nassau

Amsterdam (Erasmus)

Genoa (Maritime Guild)

Marseilles (Francois Rabelais)

Seville (Duke of Parma)

French

Northern Europe:
Bordeaux, Calais, Nantes
Western Europe:
Marseilles, Montpellier
Central America:
Cayenne

Amsterdam (Lou Pence)

Venice (Michelangelo)

Far North Languages

Northern Europe:
St Petersburg

St Petersburg (Daikokuya Kodayu)

German

Northern Europe:
Bremen, Danzig, Hamburg, Lubeck

Amsterdam (Maritime Guild)

Greek

Eastern Europe:
Athens, Famagusta, Salonika, Candia

Naples (Merchant Guild)

Venice (Maritime Guild)

Hebrew

Sinai Peninsula


Beirut, Jaffa

Naples (Thomas Campanella)

Indian languages

Eastern Africa/India:
Calicut, Ceylon, Cochin, Diu, Calcutta, Machilipatnam, Pondicherry

Hormuz (Ali Reis)

Manila (Lopez de Legazpi)

Muscat (Al Gauri)

Italian

Western Europe:
Cagliari, Calvi, Genoa, Pisa, Sassari
Eastern Europe:
Ancona, Candia, Naples, Ragusa, Syracuse, Trieste, Venice, Zadar
Central America:
Caracas

Lisbon (President Baldi)

Marseilles (Da Vinci)

Seville (El Greco)

Japanese

East Asia:
Edo, Nagasaki, Sakai

Nagasaki (William Adams) St Petersburg (Daikokuya Kodayu)

Korean

East Asia:
Busan, Hanyang, Pohang

Hanyang (Yu Seong-ryong)

Latin

European Scholars

Syracuse (Prince Jame)

Malay-Tagalog

Southeast Asia:
Ambon, Banda Aceh, Banjarmasin, Brunei, Dili, Davao City , Jakarta, Jambi, Jolo, Kuching, Makassar, Malacca, Manila, Palembang, Run, Surabaya, Ternate

Calicut (Gujarat)

Mayan

Caribbean:
Havana, Jamaica, San Juan, Santiago, Santo Domingo
Central America:
Acapulco, Guatemala, Merida, Panama, Portobelo, Veracruz
South America:
Bahia, Buenos Aires, San Antonio, Rio de Janeiro

Havana (Chief Uareo)

Mon-Khmer languages

Southeast Asia:
Gia Dinh

Calicut (Adventurer Guild)

Nahuatl (Aztec)

Central America:
Tenochititlan

Veracruz (Las Casas)

Nordic/Norse

Northern Europe:
Bergen, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, St Petersburg, Visby

London (Maritime Guild)

St Petersburg (Merchant GM)

North American languages

Northern America:
San Francisco, Tacoma

San Francisco (Merchant GM)


Oceanic languages

Oceania:
Guam, Hiva Oa, Hobart, Kakadu, K'gari, Pinjarra, Wanganui

Buenos Aires (Diaz de Solis)

Manila (Lopez de Legazpi)

Persian

Eastern Africa/India:
Basra, Hormuz

Mozambique (Koritan)

Zanzibar (Elder Majid)

Portuguese

Western Europe:
Arguin, The Azores, Casablanca, Ceuta, Faro, Gijon, Lisbon, Madeira, Porto
Western Africa:
Abidjan, Cabo Verde, Saint-Georges, Sao Tome, Sierra Leone
Central America:
Pernambuco
South America:
Bahia, Rio de Janeiro

Amsterdam (Mercator)

Nantes (Princess Margaret)

Seville (Tome Pires)

Quechua

Central America:
Lambayeque, Tumbes
South America:
Copiapo, Cusco, Lima, Machu Picchu, Valparaiso

Portobelo (Balboa)

Slavic

Northern Europe:
Riga
Eastern Europe:
Ragusa, Kaffa

Antwerp (Queen Mary)

Athens (Martinengo engineer)

Ragusa (Veronica Franco)

St Petersburg (Maritime GM)

Spanish

Western Europe:
Barcelona, Cagliari, Faro, Gijon, Las Palmas, Malaga, Palma, Sassari, Seville, Valencia
Caribbean:
Havana, Jamaica, San Juan, Santiago, Santo Domingo
Central America:
Acapulco, Maracaibo, Merida, Panama, Trujillo, Veracruz
South America:
Buenos Aires, Lima, San Antonio

Lisbon (Diaz Admiral)

London (Shakespeare)

Venice (Paracelsus)

Swahili

South Africa:
Mozambique, Natal, Sofala, Tamatave
Eastern Africa/India:
Kilwa, Malindi, Mogadishu, Mombasa, Zanzibar

Lisbon (Njinga Nbenba)

Thai-Burmese

Southeast Asia:
Lop Buri, Pattani, Pegu

Calicut (Marikkaru)

Turkish

Eastern Europe:
Athens, Beirut, Famagusta, Istanbul, Jaffa, Kaffa, Odessa, Salonika, Sevastopol, Trebizond

Syracuse (Prince Jem)

Tunis (Merchant Guild)

West African languages

Western Europe:
Arguin
Western Africa:
Abidjan, Benin, Cabo Verde, Douala, Luanda, Saint-Georges, Sao Tome, Sierra Leone
South Africa:
Benguela, Cape, Karibib

Porto (Duarte Lopez Estate)

References

  1. Source: Uncharted Waters Online: Language Guide, DHO Guide(KR) Creative Commons-Attribution-Share_Alike 3.0

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