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  • Faroese | Ethnologue
    Faroe islands Language Status 2 Provincial De facto provincial language in Faroe Islands Classification Indo European Germanic North West Scandinavian Dialects None known Not inherently intelligible with Icelandic isl Language Development Grammar Bible 1948 1961 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Faroese Writing Latin script Latn Other Comments Faroe Islands are self governing in most matters Spoken on Faroe Islands by about 45 000 and in Denmark by about 21 000 Faroese Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Denmark An Ethnologue Country Report 19 pp 9 95 Add to cart Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West Camp Wisdom Road Dallas TX 75236 5629 USA publications intl sil org T 972 708 7404 F 972 708 7363

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  • Hausa | Ethnologue
    Ninzo nin Numana Nunku Gbantu Numbu nbr Nya Huba hbb Nyankpa yes Nyong muo Pangu png Pero pip Piya Kwonci piy Ron cla Samba Daka ccg Shama Sambuga sqa Shanga sho Shiki gua Shoo Minda Nye bcv Sorko bze Sukur syk Tangale tan Teme tdo Tera ttr Tigon Mbembe nza Tsikimba kdl Tsishingini tsw Tsucuba cbq Tsuvadi tvd Tunzuii dza Tyap kcg ut Ma in gel Wandala mfi Warji wji Yendang ynq Yukuben ybl Zari zaz Zeem zua Language Development New media Radio programs TV Dictionary Grammar Bible 1932 2004 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Hausa Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage Other Comments Muslim Christian traditional religion Hausa Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Benin Language name Hausa Population 800 000 in Benin 2006 Location Widespread in north Atakora Alibori Donga and Borgou departments mainly in larger towns market villages Status 3 Wider communication Language Use Used as L2 by Boko bqc Mokole mkl Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage Other Comments Muslim Christian traditional religion View other languages of Benin Burkina Faso Language name Hausa Population 500 in Burkina Faso Vanderaa 1991 Location Scattered Est region Gourma and Tapoa provinces Alternate Names Haoussa Status 5 Developing Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage Other Comments Muslim View other languages of Burkina Faso Cameroon Language name Hausa Population 23 500 in Cameroon 1982 SIL Location Widespread Alternate Names Haoussa Hawsa Status 5 Developing Language Use Also use Ncane ncr Used as L2 by Cung cug Koma kmy Mambai mcs Naami bzv Ncane ncr Noone nhu Tigon Mbembe nza Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage Other Comments Muslim View other languages of Cameroon Chad Language name Hausa Population 100 000 in Chad Gunnemark and Kenrick 1985 Status 3 Wider communication Widespread use as L2 in northern Chad Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage View other languages of Chad Côte d Ivoire Language name Hausa Population 121 000 in Côte d Ivoire Ethnic population 1 000 000 Location Abidjan Status 5 Developing Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage View other languages of Côte d Ivoire Ghana Language name Hausa Status 3 Wider communication Used as L2 in the north Language Use Used as L2 by Konkomba xon Kusaal kus Maasina Fulfulde ffm Paasaal sig Tumulung Sisaala sil Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Braille script Brai Latin script Latn used since 1880 primary usage Other Comments Muslim View other languages of Ghana Niger Language name Hausa Population 5 460 000 in Niger 2006 Location Widespread in cities along Nigeria

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  • Greek | Ethnologue
    Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Albania Language name Greek Population 15 200 in Albania 2011 census Ethnic population 24 200 2011 census Location Widespread in south and in larger cities Dialects Northern Estonian Status 3 Wider communication De facto provincial working language in Gjirokaster Sarande and Delvina provinces in south Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage View other languages of Albania Cyprus Language name Greek Population 1 100 000 in Cyprus European Commission 2012 L2 users 57 000 in Cyprus European Commission 2012 Location Nearly all in south Cyprus Dialects Cypriot Greek Status 1 National Statutory national language 1960 Constitution Article 3 1 Language Use 514 000 also use English eng 81 000 also use French fra 33 800 also use Standard German deu Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage Other Comments Christian View other languages of Cyprus France Language name Greek Location Corsica region Île de France region Paris and environs Provence Alpes Côte d Azur region Marseilles Rhône Alpes region Grenoble Dialects Cargese Status 5 Dispersed Language Use Shifted to French fra Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage View other languages of France Hungary Language name Greek Population 1 870 in Hungary 2011 census Ethnic population 3 920 2011 census Location Budapest and Fejér counties Status 6b Threatened Language Use 100 also use Hungarian hun Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage View other languages of Hungary Italy Language name Greek Population 20 000 in Italy Vincent 1987 Location Calabria region east of Reggio Apulia region Bari province Monopoli Adriatic coast Alternate Names Greco Griko Dialects Aspromonte Salento Status 7 Shifting Language Use Salento dialect is used widely and there may be a few child speakers but the shift to South Italian ita has proceeded rapidly and active speakers tend to be 50 and older The Calabrian dialect is only used actively in Gaddhiciano village but the youngest speakers are over 30 years old Salminen 2007 Mostly older adults Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage View other languages of Italy Romania Language name Greek Population 4 150 in Romania 2002 census Location Bucharest Constanta Prahova and Tulcea departments Status 5 Dispersed Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage Other Comments Karakatchan are Greek speaking Romanian nomadic shepherds View other languages of Romania Turkey Language name Greek Population 4 000 in Turkey 1993 Location Istanbul some in Izmir Province Status 5 Dispersed Writing Braille script Brai Cyrillic script Cyrl used in Ukraine Greek script Grek primary usage Other Comments Nearly all Greeks emigrated from Turkey There were 1 500 000 in Turkey in 1900 View other languages of Turkey Ukraine Language name Greek Population 5 850 in Ukraine 2001 census Ethnic population 91 500 Location

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  • Kurdish, Central | Ethnologue
    intelligible A member of macrolanguage Kurdish kur Typology SOV no grammatical gender or case noun head initial tense split ergative pattern 9 vowel phonemes 31 consonant phonemes McCarus 2009 Language Use All domains Children learn it first Positive attitudes Used as L2 by Macho hac Language Development Literary standard is based on Sorani from Suleimaniye variety Taught in primary and secondary schools Fully developed NT 1994 2011 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Kurdish Central Writing Arabic script Arab Other Comments Christian Muslim Shi a Yezidi Kurdish Central Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Iran Language name Kurdish Central Population 3 250 000 in Iran Location Northwest primarily Kordestan and Azarbayjan e Gharbi provinces Kermanshah Hamadan and Zanjan provinces Mukri dialect Mahabad area Sineyi Sine i dialect Sanandaj Sine area Alternate Names Kordi Korkora Kurdi Kurdy Mokri Mukri Sine i Sorani Wawa Dialects Mukri Kordi Mokri Pijdari Sanandaji Sina i Sine i Sineyi Southern Jafi Status 3 Wider communication De facto provincial working language in northwest Language Use Mukri dialect also used as literary language similar to Central Kurdish Sorani literary language used in Iraqi Kurdistan Hajo 1994 Used as L2 by Gurani hac Language Development Taught at 2 universities Writing Arabic script Arab Other Comments 90 in cities or villages 10 nomadic Kordi may also refer to Northern Kurdish varieties such as in Khorasan Province and Southern Kurdish sdh varieties such as Kermanshahi sdh Muslim Sunni View other languages of Iran Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Iraq An Ethnologue Country Report 32 pp 9 95 Add to cart Language Map of Iraq An Ethnologue Language Map 24 95 Add to cart Browse all products Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language

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  • Fulfulde, Adamawa | Ethnologue
    Arabic schools are increasing rapidly Poetry Newspapers Radio programs Films Videos Dictionary Grammar Bible 1983 Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Fulfulde Adamawa Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Latin script Latn Other Comments Glossonym Fulfulde Ethnonym Fulbe Muslim Christian traditional religion Fulfulde Adamawa Also spoken in Expand All Collapse All Chad Language name Fulfulde Adamawa Population 148 000 in Chad 2006 Kano Katsina Bororro Fulfulde 152 000 all Fulfulde varieties in Chad Location Mayo Kebbi Ouest region Lac Léré department Alternate Names Adamawa Fulani Biira Boulbe Domona Dzemay Eastern Fulani Foulfoulde Ful Fula Fulbe Nagapelta Palata Paldena Paldida Pelta Hay Peul Peulh Pladina Pule Pullo Sanyo Taareyo Zaakosa Zemay Dialects Bilkire Fulani Bilkiri Garoua Kambariire Maroua Ngaoundéré Nomadic Fulfulde Status 5 Developing Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Latin script Latn Other Comments Traditional religion Muslim View other languages of Chad Nigeria Language name Fulfulde Adamawa Population 7 610 000 all Fulfulde in Nigeria 1991 SIL Location Taraba and Adamawa states Yola area Alternate Names Eastern Fulfulde Fillanci Fula Fulani Fulatanchi Status 5 Developing De facto language of provincial identity in Adamwa and Taraba states Language Use All ages Used as L2 by Bacama bcy Bade bde Bata bta Dadiya dbd Language Development Government has a nomadic education program with materials 2013 R Wenger Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Latin script Latn Other Comments Glossonym Fulatanchi Fillanci or Fula Ethnonym Pullo sg Fulbe or Fulani pl meaning a speaker the people respectively Traditional religion Muslim View other languages of Nigeria South Sudan Language name Fulfulde Adamawa Location West Bahr el Ghazal state Status 6a Vigorous Writing Arabic script Arab Maghribi and Naskh styles Latin script Latn Other Comments Migrating groups of Ambororo cattle herders View other languages of South Sudan Sudan

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  • Khinalugh | Ethnologue
    explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Azerbaijan An Ethnologue Country Report 26 pp 9 95 Add to cart Language Map of Azerbaijan An Ethnologue Language Map 24 95 Add to cart Browse all products Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition

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  • Thai, Northeastern | Ethnologue
    Vigorous De facto language of provincial identity in east northeast provinces Classification Tai Kadai Kam Tai Tai Southwestern Dialects Central Isan Kalerng Kaleung Kaloeng Korat Northern Isan Southern Isan Korat dialect is quite different and may be a separate language Typology SVO Language Use 88 use Isan dialect in the home 1 use Central Thai 11 use both Used as L2 by Kuy kdt Northern Khmer kxm Nyaw nyw Phu Thai pht Yoy yoy Language Development Dictionary Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Thai Northeastern Writing Thai script Thai Other Comments Buddhist Thai Northeastern Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Thailand An Ethnologue Country Report 60 pp 14 95 Add to cart Language Map of Northern Thailand An Ethnologue Language Map 24 95 Add to cart Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition

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  • New Zealand Sign Language | Ethnologue
    Many structural similarities between British Sign Language BSL bfi Australian Sign Language Auslan asf and New Zealand Sign Language NZSL nzs and a high degree of mutual intelligibility 2003 T Johnston 2005 R McKee Linguists sometimes use the name BANZSL to refer to them as a group while still recognizing them as separate related languages Typology Two handed finger spelling system derived from British Sign Language bfi Language Use Developed informally among deaf people at school and in deaf organizations Used since 1800s First school for the deaf established 1880 with oralist policies until 1979 Language Development TV Dictionary Grammar Language Resources OLAC resources in and about New Zealand Sign Language New Zealand Sign Language Place in Language Cloud Click to enlarge with explanation Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500

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