Polonia
 

Nombre del idioma     
País
Código
Nombres alternativos del idioma

 

Belorussian

Bielorrusia, Lituania, Polonia, Ucrania

bel
Central Belarusian, Northeast Belarusian, Southwest Belarusian, Grodnen-Baranovich, Polots, Slutska-Mazyrski, Slutsko-Mozyr, Viteb-Mogilev, Belarusian, Belarusan, Bielorussian, Byelorussian, White Russian, White Ruthenian, Podlachian, Pudlaśka mova

 

Kashubian

Polonia

csb
Kashubian Proper, Slovincian, Cashubian, Cassubian, Kaszubski, Kaszëbsczi jãzëk

 

 

Esperanto

Polonia

epo
Lingvo Internacia

 

Polish

Alemania, Eslovaquia, Hungría, Israel, Lituania, Polonia, República Checa; Chequia, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

pol
Polnisch, Polština, Lengyel, Lenku, Masurian, Upper Silesian, Mazurian, Mazurski

 

Romani, Carpathian

Eslovaquia, Polonia, República Checa; Chequia, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

rmc
Roman, Romani, East Slovak, Burgenland Romani, Central Romani, East Slovak Romani, Moravian Romani, West Slovak Romani, Bashaldo, Hungarian-Slovak Romani, Karpacki Roma, Romungro, Gurvari, Vend Romani, Veršend Romani, Bergitka, South Polish Romani, Galician, Transylvanian, Prekmurski Romani, Servika Romani, Romanes, Sárvika Romá, Ungrike Romá

 

Romani, Baltic

Letonia, Lituania, Polonia, Ucrania

rml
White Russian Romani, Balt Romani, Balt Slavic Romani, Baltic Slavic Romani, Estonian Romani, Lotfitko Romani, Čuxny Romani, Lithuanian Romani, Polish Romani, Polska Roma, Latvian Romani, North Russian Romani, Lettish Romani, Lotfitko Romani cib, Lotfítka Romá, Xaladytko, Xaladitka, Xaladytka, Roma, Romani, Rúska Romá

 

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

 

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

 

Ukrainian

Croacia, Eslovaquia, Hungría, Kazajistán, Lituania, Moldavia, Polonia, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

ukr
Ukrán, Ukraiński, Ucrainean, East Ukrainian, Northwest Ukrainian, Southwest Ukrainian


ScriptureEarth.org