Ucrania
 

Nombre del idioma     
País
Código
Nombres alternativos del idioma

 

Bashkir

Rusia, Ucrania

bak
Burzhan, Kuvakan, Yurmaty, Mountain Bashkir, Steppe Bashkir, Western Bashkir, Bashkort, Bashqort, Basquort

 

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

 

Bulgarian

Bulgaria, Croacia, Grecia, Hungría, Moldavia, Rumania; Rumanía, Turquía, Ucrania

bul
Balgarski, Palityan, Bogomil, Palitiani, Pomak, Pomakci, Pomakika

 

Czech

Austria, Croacia, Croacia, República Checa; Chequia, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

ces
Bohemian, Cestina, Central Bohemian, Czecho-Moravian, Hanak, Lach, Northeast Bohemian, Southwest Bohemian, Yalach, Čeština, Český jazyk, Češki, Cehă, Texas Czech

 

Crimean Tatar

Bulgaria, Rumania; Rumanía, Turquía, Ucrania, Uzbekistán

crh
Crimean,, Crimean Turkish, Central Crimean, Northern Crimean, Southern Crimean, Crimean Nogai, Steppe Crimean, Crimean Turkish, Qirim, Qirimtatar, Qırımtatar tili, Qırımtatarca

 

 

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

 

Gagauz

Bulgaria, Moldavia, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

gag
Gagauzi, Bulgar Gagauz, Maritime Gagauz, Gagauz dili, Gagauzça, Bulgar Gagauzi, Maritime Gagauzi

 

Hungarian

Austria, Croacia, Croacia, Eslovaquia, Eslovenia, Hungría, Israel, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

hun
Magyar, Oberwart, Ungarisch, Madžarski, Central Transdanubian, Northeastern Hungarian, Palóc, Southern Great Plains, Southern Transdanubian, Tisza–Körös, Western Transdanubian, Csángó, Mezoségi, Székely, Maghiar, Mađarski, Maďarský, Uhorsʹkyy

 

Armenian

Armenia, Azerbaiyán, Chipre, Georgia, Hungría, Irán, Iraq, Israel, Jordania, Líbano, Rumania; Rumanía, Siria, Turquía, Ucrania

hye
Ashkharik, Erevan, Karabagh, Khvoy-Salmst, North Komedia, Choi-Salmst, Eriwan, Karabakh, Armjanski Yazyk, Eastern Armenian, Ena, Ermeni Dili, Ermenice, Haieren, Somkhuri, Agulis, Julfa, Shamakhi, Dschugha, Dschulfa, Dzhulfa, Schamachi, Armjanski, Astrakhân, Jolfâ, Karabagh Shamakhi, Khoi-Salmst, Urmia-Maragheh, Khvoy, Urmia-Maragha, Armani, Erâmani, Somekhuri, Astrakhan, Astrachan

 

Armenian, Western

Armenia, Azerbaiyán, Chipre, Georgia, Hungría, Irán, Iraq, Israel, Jordania, Líbano, Rumania; Rumanía, Siria, Turquía, Ucrania

hye
Ashkharik, Erevan, Karabagh, Khvoy-Salmst, North Komedia, Choi-Salmst, Eriwan, Karabakh, Armenian, Armjanski Yazyk, Eastern Armenian, Ena, Ermeni Dili, Ermenice, Haieren, Somkhuri, Agulis, Julfa, Shamakhi, Dschugha, Dschulfa, Dzhulfa, Schamachi, Armjanski, Astrakhân, Jolfâ, Karabagh Shamakhi, Khoi-Salmst, Urmia-Maragheh, Khvoy, Urmia-Maragha, Armani, Erâmani, Somekhuri, Astrakhan, Astrachan

 

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, 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

 

Romanian

Croacia, Hungría, Israel, Moldavia, Rumania; Rumanía, Ucrania

ron
Daco-Rumanian, Moldavian, Roumanian, Rumanian, Boyash Romanian, Daco-Romanian, Limba română, Româneşte, Rumanian, Română, Banat, Bayash, Chrishana, Maramuresh, Muntenian, Oltenia-Lesser Wallachia, Muntean, Oltean, Walachian, Moldovan, Roumanian, Moldavian, Transylvanian

 

 

 

Slovak

Austria, Croacia, Eslovaquia, Hungría, Montenegro, República Checa; Chequia, Rumania; Rumanía, Serbia, Ucrania

slk
Slovenčina, Slovenský Jazyk, Slovakian

 

Ukrainian Sign Language

Ucrania

ukl
USL, Ukrayinska Mova Zhestiv, Ukrayinska Zhestova Mova

 

Ukrainian

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

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

 

Yiddish

Israel, Letonia, Moldavia, Rumania; Rumanía, Suecia, Ucrania

ydd
Yiddish, Eastern, Northeastern Yiddish, Litvish, Mideastern Yiddish, Southeastern Yiddish, Judeo-German, Lithuanian Yiddish, Bessarabian Yiddish, Bessarabian-Romanian, Polish Yiddish, Podolian, Volhynian


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