Egano-Romanish language

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Egano-Romanish
Vallaquian
Vlêхesхte
Pronunciation/vlə'heʃte/
Native toKoutsovlakhia, Egani
EthnicityVallaquians
Native speakers1,300,000 (1997)
Language familyUletarephian
Early formsRomantian
Settingfar-west Romanish language.
Writing systemEgano-Romanish Alphabet
Official status
Minority language inKoutsovlakhia and Egani (Scanda Ekelenin, Scanda Paelis ka Kain and Scanda Lilepanes)
OGFL-1ro-eg
OGFL-2/Tero
OGFL-2/Bvlh

The Egano-Romanish language (known as Vlêхesхte (Vallaquian) by speakers), informally known as Vlax, is a Romantish language, similar to Aromanish and Romanish, or a dialect of the Romanish language. It is spoken by the Egano-Romanies in Koutsovlakhia a few regions in Egani. It is also spoken by emigrants from these villages and their descendants in Antharia. Today it is considered an endangered language.

Example Text

In Egano-Romanish: Tselû karele tsere direptate, direptate sê sê kate sê хi sê фakê. Tselû karele dêinôesхte întrô osîndê nedirëptê, sхi nô sê plîndze, atselôхia sê nô sê kate sê sê фakê direptate, tsi, pê anti, sê хi sê mêrëskê osînda, ka atôntse sê kate spre milôstënia aperiorê lô Dômnedzeô.

In Romanish: Cel care cere dreptate, dreptate să i de facă. Cel care trăiește în nedreaptă osândă și nu se plânge, aceluia să nu i de facă dreptate, ci, în schimb, să i se mărească osânda, că atunci să caute spre milostenia nemărginită a lui Dumnezeu.

In Ingerish: Those who ask for justice should get justice. Those who live in unjust punishment and don't complain, they shouldn't get justice but a even bigger punishment instead, so they can find the unbounded mercy of God.

(Anton Pann, Dzia alê mîndri, 1879)

Egano-Romanish on the map

  • Alley:
    • 1) Katrima (f) - Katrimë (from Eganian)
    • 2) Korsô (m) - Korsû (from Garlian)
  • Bell Tower: Klôpotnitsa (f) - Klôpotnitsë (from Romanish)
  • Cathedral: Kaѳidrikê (f) - Kaѳidrikë (from Eganian)
    • (St. X Cathedral - Kaѳidrikë dzia alû Sîntû X (m) / Kaѳidrikë dzia alë Sîntë X (f))
  • Church: Kilissê (f) - Kilissë (from Antharian)
  • Cloister: Riфak (m) - Riфakû (from Mazanic)
  • Courtyard:
    • 1) Kôrt (m) - Kôrtû (from Romantian)
    • 2) Sa'n (m) - Sa'nû (from Mazanic)
  • Fort:
    • 1) Kalëi (f) - Kalëië (from Turquese)
    • 2) Karstema (f) - Karstemë (from Eganian)
  • Gate: Pѵla (f) - Pѵlë (from Antharian)
  • Inn: Karaфansêraix (m) - Karaфansêraixû (from Antharian)
  • Market: Sîkx (m) - Sîkxû (from Mazanic)
  • Minaret: Minar (m) - Minarû (from Mazanic)
  • Monastery: Skitî (m) - Skitû (from Antharian)
  • Mosque: Dzamia (f) - Dzamië (from Turquese)
  • Palace: Kas'r (m) - Kas'rû (from Mazanic)
  • Paraklesis: Parakilissê (f) - Parakilissë (from Antharian)
  • Park: Îdika (f) - Îdikë (from Mazanic)
  • Passage: Lmamar (m) - Lmamarû (from Mazanic)
  • Prayer Hall: Liфan (m) - Liфanû (from Mazanic)
  • Square: Mêxidan (m) - Mêxidanû (from Mazanic)
  • Street: Sxetrema (f) - Sxetremë (from Eganian)
  • Synagogue: Aфra (f) - Aфrë (from Antharian)
  • Wall: Aѵit (m) - Aѵitû (from Mazanic)