Francia
 

Nombre del idioma     
País
Código
Nombres alternativos del idioma

 

Breton

Francia

bre
Gwenedeg, Kerneveg, Leoneg, Tregerieg, Cornouaillais, Leonais, Tregorrois, Vannetais, Berton, Brezhoneg

 

Catalan - Valencian - Balear

Andorra, España, Francia, Italia

cat
Catalan, Catalan-Valencian-Balear, Català, Balearic, Catalan-Rousillonese, Central Catalan, Northwestern Catalan, Valencian, Aiguavivan, Balear, Eastern Aragonese, Eivissenc, Insular Catalan, Lleidatà, Mallorqui, Menorqui, Menorquin, Northern Catalan, Pallarese, Ribagorçan, Valenciano, Valencià, Catalonian, Catalán, Alghero, Algherese, Algherese Catalan

 

Chibi, Setentrional

Brasil, España, Francia, Portugal

rmq
Brazilian Calão, Caló, Chibi, Gitano, Iberian Romani, Catalonian Caló, Portuguese Calão, Spanish Caló, Calão, Lusitano-Romani, Caló Romani, Hispanoromani, Romanó

 

Corsican

Francia, Italia

cos
Northern Corsican, Sartenais, Venaco, Vico-Ajaccio, Bastia, Cape Cors, Corse, Corsi, Corso, Corsu

 

Euskara

España, Francia

eus
Alavan, Eastern Navarrese, Middle Basque, South High Navarrese, Western Basque, Alto Navarro Meridional, Arabar euskalkia, Biscayan, Ekialdeko nafarrera, Gipuzkera, Gipuzkoan, Guipuzcoan, Guipuzcoano, Hegoaldeko goi nafarrera, High Navarrese, Mendebaldeko euskalkia, Roncalese, Upper Navarran, Vizcaino, Basque, Euska, Euskera, Euskerie, Navarrese-Labourtan, Souletin, Bajo Navarro Occidental, Bajo Navarro Oriental, Benaffarera, Eastern Low Navarrese, Labourdin, Lapurdiera, Nafar-lapurtera, Navarro-Labourdin, Souletino, Suberoan, Suletino, Western Low Navarrese, Xiberoera, Zuberera, Zuberoera

 

 

French Sign Language

Francia, Guadalupe, Guayana Francesa, Martinica

fsl
Marseille Sign Language, Southern French Sign Language, LSF, Langue des signes française

 

Greek

Albania, Chipre, Francia, Grecia, Hungría, Italia, Rumania; Rumanía, Turquía, Ucrania

ell
Northern Estonian, Cypriot Greek, Dimotiki, Katharevousa, Saracatsan, Grec, Greco, Neo-Hellenic, Romaic, Görög, Aspromonte, Salento, Griko, Katoitaliótika, Greacă, Yunan, Mariupol Greek, Crimeo-Rumeic, Tavro-Rumeic, Hretsʹkyy, Urum

 

Italian

Croacia, El Vaticano, Eritrea, Eslovenia, Francia, Italia, Rumania; Rumanía, San Marino, Somalia, Suiza

ita
Italiano, Italienisch, Italien, Talijanski, Abruzzese, Central Marchigiano, Cicolano-Reatino-Aquilano, Laziale, Molisano, Pugliese, Tuscan, Umbrian, Salentino, Italiană, Italijanski, Talyaaniga

 

Luxembourgeois

Alemania, Bélgica, Francia, Luxemburgo

ltz
Areler, Letzburgisch, Luxembourgeois, Eechternoacher, Kliärrwer, Veiner, Luxemburgian, Lëtzebuergesch, Moselle Franconian, Minetter, Miseler, Frankish, Platt, Stater, Weelzer, Luxemburgish

 

Occitan

España, Francia, Italia, Mónaco

oci
Occitani

 

 

Romani de Vlach

Albania, Alemania, Bosnia y Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Colombia, Eslovaquia, Francia, Grecia, Italia, Noruega, Países Bajos, Polonia, Portugal, Rumania; Rumanía, Rusia, Suecia

rmy
Gurbet, North Albanian, South Albanian, Fieri, Korça, Romani Vlax, Rom, Austrian Lovari, Kalderash, Serbo-Bosnian, Southern Vlax, Machvano, Machwaya, Danubian, Gurbéti, Gypsy, Tsigene, Vlax, Ihtiman, Filipidzía, Grekurja, Kalpazea, Lovari, Xandurja, Greco, Romanés, Tsingani, Cerhari, Hungarian Lovari, Beás, Cigány, Roma, Italian Xoraxane, Italian Kalderash, Das, Džambazi, Mexican Vlax, Norwegian Lovari, Polish Lovari, Churari, Eastern Vlax Romani, Gabor, Ghagar, Sedentar Romani, Sedentary Bulgarian, Ukraine-Moldavia, Vallachian, Zagundzi, Bisa, Churarícko, Coppersmith, Kalderari, Kelderash, Kelderashícko, Lovarícko, Machvanmcko, Sievemakers, Romanese, Romani, Vlax Romany, Dzambazi, Gurbetsky, Serbian Kalderash, Central Vlax Romani, Crimean Romani, Chokeshi Lovari, Russian Kalderash, Arli, Taikon Kalderash, Slovak Bougesti, Kaldarári, Ukrainian Vlax

 

Romani, Balkan

Alemania, Bulgaria, Francia, Grecia, Hungría, Irán, Italia, Macedonia, Moldavia, Rumania; Rumanía, Serbia, Turquía, Ucrania

rmn
Arli, Drindari, Dzambazi, East Bulgarian Romani, Greek Romani, Ironworker Romani, Khorakhani, Paspatian, Pazardžik Kalajdži, Tinners Romani, Chalgijis, Erli, Kitajis, Sofia Erli, Gypsy, Pyrgos, Romancilikanes, Sepečides Romani, Serres, Arlije, Sepeči, Romano, Zargari Romani, Romani ćhib, Ursári, Usari, Bugurdži Romani, Prilep, Arabadži, Kovački, Rabadži, Prizren, Kosovan Arli, Kosovan Romani, Roma, Romani, Rumelian Romani, Crimean Romani, Kyrymitika Roma

 

Romani, Sinti

Alemania, Austria, Croacia, Eslovenia, Francia, Italia, Kazajistán, Países Bajos, Polonia, República Checa; Chequia, Serbia, Suiza

rmo
Romani, Sinte, Manuš, Romanes, Sinte, Sinti, Sintitikes, Lallere, Tsigane, Eftawagaria, Estracharia, Gadschkene, Kranaria, Krantiki, Praistiki, Sinto-Manush, Zigeuner, Manouche, Manuche, Manush, Piedmont Sintí, Slovenian-Croatian, Venetian Sinti, Piedmontese Sinti, Abbruzzesi, Serbian Romani, Slovenian-Croatian Romani, Sasítka Romá


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