Difference between revisions of "Medwedian language"

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| name          = Medwedian
 
| name          = Medwedian
 
| altname      =
 
| altname      =
| nativename    =  
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| nativename    = Medwedisk
| pronunciation = Medwedisk
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| pronunciation =
 
| states        = [[Medwedia]]
 
| states        = [[Medwedia]]
 
| region        = Northeastern [[West Uletha]]
 
| region        = Northeastern [[West Uletha]]
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| fam2          = North Gaermanic
 
| fam2          = North Gaermanic
 
| fam3          = East North Gaermanic
 
| fam3          = East North Gaermanic
| fam4          =
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| fam4          = Ursic
 
| fam5          =  
 
| fam5          =  
 
| ancestor1    = Proto-Uletarephian  
 
| ancestor1    = Proto-Uletarephian  
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| script        = [[Romantian|Romantian]] script
 
| script        = [[Romantian|Romantian]] script
 
| sign          =  
 
| sign          =  
| nation        = Official in [[Medwedia]]<br>Regional status in [[Bloregia]]
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| nation        = Official in [[Medwedia]]<br>Official in [[Haugland]]<br>Regional status in [[Bloregia]]
 
| minority      =  
 
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Revision as of 21:37, 14 May 2020

Medwedian
Medwedisk
Native toMedwedia
RegionNortheastern West Uletha
EthnicityMedwedian
Native speakers42 million (as of 2016)
Language familyUletarephian/Proto-Ulethan
  • North Gaermanic
    • East North Gaermanic
      • Ursic
        • Medwedian
Early formsProto-Uletarephian
  • Proto-Gaermanic
    • Proto-North Gaermanic
      • Old Ursic
        • Old Medwedian
          • Medwedian
Writing systemRomantian script
Official status
Official language inOfficial in Medwedia
Official in Haugland
Regional status in Bloregia


Medwedian (native name Medwedisk), a North Gaermanic language, is the sole official language of the Medwedian Democratic Federation and of the Principiality of Haugland and serves as a regional language in eastern Bloregia. It is spoken by approximately 42 million persons worldwide in these countries as well as a secondary language, especially in the eastern border areas of Nordurland.

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