MULTEXT-East Morphosyntactic Specifications

2.1. Languages

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This section details the languages currently covered by the specifications. The first column defines the cannonical ordering of the languages. In the current specification they are grouped together by language family. The codes follow ISO 639 two-letter codes for languages. For each language we note which language family it belongs to and the link the the respective entry in the Ethnologue database.

Languages covered by the specification
PCodeNameFamilyLinks
1enEnglishGermanicWikipedia
2roRomanianRomanceWikipedia
3plPolishWest SlavicWikipedia
4csCzechWest SlavicWikipedia
5skSlovakWest SlavicWikipedia
6slSloveneSouth West SlavicWikipedia
7sl-rozajResianDialect of SloveneWikipedia
8hbsSerbo-CroatianSouth West SlavicWikipedia
9sr-torTorlak dialect of SerbianSouth West SlavicWikipedia
10ruRussianEast SlavicWikipedia
11ukUkrainianEast SlavicWikipedia
12mkMacedonianSouth East SlavicWikipedia
13bgBulgarianSouth East SlavicWikipedia
14bg-damDamaskiniSouth East SlavicWikipedia
15sqAlbanianIndo-EuropeanWikipedia
16faPersianIndo-IranianWikipedia
17etEstonianFinno-UgricWikipedia
18huHungarianFinno-UgricWikipedia
19ceChechenCaucasianWikipedia
20kaGeorgianKartvelianWikipedia
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Date: 2021-08-20
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