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Match 1
ID a & Name b 18-FBA-cb Nive
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 113
LSName h nive
LSType i inner language
IsNotional k no
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 Cameroon
Match 2
ID a & Name b 40-AAA-aga Nive-N.
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 332
LSName h nive-N.
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l Nive lower valley
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 France
Match 3
ID a & Name b 40-AAA-agb Nive-S.
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 332
LSName h nive-S.
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l Nive upper left-bank
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 France
Match 4
ID a & Name b 50-ABB-bbd Brezhoneg-Falhuneg
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 388
LSName h brezhoneg-falhuneg
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l "university" breton, "standard" breton 3, in [51=] Français: breton universitaire # brezneg-falhuneg =«(Father) Falc'hun's Breton»
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 France
Match 5
ID a & Name b 51-AAA-hfa Wallon-W.
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 398
LSName h wallon-W.
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l "walloon"-W., wallo-picard transition < [51=] Picard ⊕ Nivelles... Louvière+ Charleroi+ Thuin... Philippeville+ Fagnes-E. country... Botte of Givet-W. enclave (Meuse left-bank)
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 Belgium | France
Match 6
ID a & Name b 51-AAA-hmb Nivernais
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 399
LSName h nivernais
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l Nivernais country (former province)
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 France
Match 7
ID a & Name b 52-ACB-dl Hochdeutsch-F.
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 432
LSName h hochdeutsch-F.
LSType i inner language
IsNotional k no
Notes l high-german, "formal german", "standard german", gepflegtes hochdeutsch (=«cultivated high german»), deutsche schriftsprache (=«german written language»), deutsche hochsprache (=«german high language»), deutsche literatursprache (=«german literary language»), bühnendeutsch (=«stage german»), deutsche standardsprache (=«german standard language»); einheits-sprache (= «unity language»), part of neu-hochdeutsch, "new high german" ; the development of a compromise speech-form (Ausgleichssprache) based on converging forms of German in Thüringen and Sachsen culminated in the 14th cent. written language of the imperial chancellery in Prague, which was in turn consolidated in the written language of the Meissen, Dresden and other Saxon and Thüringian chancelleries, and of the universities of Leipzig and Wittenberg. The determining event for the establishment of modern standard German was the publication of Luther's translation of the Bible in the early 16th cent. To the "national" idioms listed below should be added the written idioms of Hochdeutsch (often archaic or influence < other German or non-German idioms) which correspond to many of idioms of Auswanderungsdeutsch (Émigré German). Idioms are listed below for the countries where German is currently an official language
Scale o 7
Statistics
5 Dialects
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 Deutschland | Österreich | Italy | Schweiz | Liechtenstein | Luxembourg | Belgium | France
Match 8
ID a & Name b 79= SINITIC phylozone
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 557
LSName h SINITIC
LSType i zone
Grouping j phylo
IsNotional k no
Notes l covers the "Chinese" or Han-Yu set, part of the "Sino-Tibetan" ("Sino-Indian") continental affinity; comprising 1 set of languages (= 16 outer languages) spoken by communities throughout East Asia, centered on the Huang-He ("Yellow River") and Yangtze basins: 79-A HAN-YU including 3 arterial languages: Putonghua (Mandarin); Wu; Yue (Cantonese) The English term "dialect" has in the past been used inappropriately to describe the major components of "Wider Chinese", which are here classified as a net of 16 outer-languages, divided into 69 inner-languages (and subsequently into 429 "dialects", in the Register's usage of that term and on the basis of presently limited knowledge). Although degrees of spoken inter-intelligibility vary greatly within each outer-language, and are generally low among outer-languages, communication within China is facilitated by a common writing system and by the universal teaching of Putonghua (the standard form of "Mainstream Chinese" or so-called 'Mandarin') as the language of national education. Mainstream Chinese, or Putonghua in the wider sense, is the language with the largest number of primary speakers in the world, serving as the official national language of the most populous nation-state. At the end of the 20th century, the title of "most spoken language in the world" can be taken to alternate between Mainstream Chinese and English within each 24-hour cycle, depending on whether China is "asleep" or "awake". Mainstream Chinese is one of two languages in the world to have reached an estimated total of one billion primary plus alternate voices by the end of the 2bd millennium.
Scale o 9
Statistics
1 Set • 1 Chain • 1 Net • 16 OuterLanguages • 69 InnerLanguages • 429 Dialects • 22 ISO-639-Relatives
Relatives
ISO-639 A 1 ISO-639-5-Collective-zhx Chinese
GeoEntity C 1 Bangladesh | Bhutan | Myanmar | India | Japan | Lao People’s Democratic Republic | Kazakhstan | Kyrgyzstan | Malaysia | Nepal | Democratic People’s Republic of Korea | Pakistan | Singapore | Republic of Korea | Thailand | Vietnam | Australia | Brazil | Brunei Darussalam | Canada | Colombia | Costa Rica | Cuba | Fiji | France | French Guiana | French Polynesia | Guam | Guatemala | Guyana | Indonesia | Jamaica | Madagascar | Mauritius | Mexico | Mongolia | Mozambique | Nauru | Netherlands | New Zealand | Panama | Papua New Guinea | Paraguay | Peru | Philippines | Portugal | Réunion | Samoa | Seychelles | South Africa | Suriname | Trinidad and Tobago | United Kingdom | United States | Vanuatu | Venezuela

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