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  • Romanian language — Not to be confused with Romani language. Romanian, Daco Romanian română, limba română Pronunciation [roˈmɨnə] Spoken in By a majority …   Wikipedia

  • Romanian language — Romance language spoken mainly in Romania and Moldova. The name Romanian is usually identified with Daco Romanian, one of the four major dialects of Balkan Romance. Other dialects are Aromanian (Macedo Romanian), spoken in scattered communities… …   Universalium

  • Romanian language — …   Википедия

  • Romanian language in Serbia — Infobox Language name=Vlach / Romanian nativename= română / rumâneşte / rumâneşce familycolor=Indo European states=flag|Serbia speakers=54,818 (2002) fam2=Italic fam3=Romance fam4=East Romance fam5=Romanian iso1=none iso2b=none|iso2t=none… …   Wikipedia

  • Istro-Romanian language — language name=Istro Romanian nativename=Vlăşeşte/Rumâreşte local name=Rumêri kuvinta familycolor=Indo European states=flag|Croatia region=Istria speakers=1000 fam2=Italics fam3=Latin fam4=Romance languages fam5=Eastern Romance iso2=roa|iso3=ruo… …   Wikipedia

  • Varieties of the Romanian language — Romanian dialects/varieties are not as varied as in many other Romance languages. Romanians themselves refer to them as accents or graiuri ( speeches / varieties ) rather than dialects. The differences between the varieties of Daco Romanian are… …   Wikipedia

  • Official status of Romanian language in Vojvodina — Ethnic composition of Vojvodina showing areas with Romanian ethnic majority. The Romanian language is one of six official languages in the …   Wikipedia

  • Proto-Romanian language — Proto Romanian (also known as Common Romanian , româna comună or Ancient Romanian , străromâna) is a Romance language evolved from Vulgar Latin and considered to have been spoken by the ancestors of today s Romanians and related Balkan Latin… …   Wikipedia

  • Megleno-Romanian language — Megleno Romanian Vlăheşte Spoken in Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Turkey[1] Region Balkans …   Wikipedia

  • History of the Romanian language — Dacia and Romanization= The Romanian territory was inhabited in ancient times by the Dacians, an Indo European people. They were defeated by the Roman Empire in 106 and part of Dacia (Oltenia, Banat and Transylvania) became a Roman province.… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Romanian language television channels — This is a list of television channels that broadcast for a Romanian language audience. Typically, non Romanian content is subtitled, but maintains the original language soundtrack. Non Romanian programming intended for children, is however,… …   Wikipedia

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