I appreciate the previous answers, and I'm not arguing here, I'm not an expert in comparative languages. But I'd like to draw attention on one subject that has intrigued me for so long and have done some unfinished research on, the Cognates. Started with Cognates and ended with comparing several languages for use of letters and meanings, it was found out that letters have certain meanings that are shared with most languages around. The word good in English is jayyed in Arabic and góður in Icelandic, gowy in Turkmen, اچھی in Urdu, godt in Danish, and many other languages. Please note the use of the sound of ’g’ in all the above examples. Something to think about, no? Language is lugga in Arabic, Langage in French, język in Polish… and the examples are in the thousands for the rest of the letters and including a number of unrelated languages. Before we establish which language borrowed from which, we need to explore this new horizon first. I have developed a list comparing 3 languages with rune letters that is extinct, and guess what??
I think we need to found a new science here.