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CzechLanguage
The CzechLanguage is a CzechSlovakLanguage of the CzechRepublic. SIL code: CZC. ISO 639-1: cs. ISO 639-2(B): cze. ISO 639-2(T): ces. Population: 10,004,800 in Czech Republic (1990 WA). Population total all countries: 12,000,000 (1999 WA). Region: Western, Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia. Also spoken in Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Israel, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, USA. Alternate names: CESTINA, BOHEMIAN. Dialects: CENTRAL BOHEMIAN, CZECHO-MORAVIAN, HANAK, LACH (YALACH), NORTHEAST BOHEMIAN, SOUTHWEST BOHEMIAN. Comments: All Czech and Slovak dialects are inherently intelligible to each other's speakers. National language. Grammar. SVO. Christian. Bible 1380-1980.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
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InstancesContentBearingPhysicalAny Object or Process that expresses content. This covers Objects that contain a Proposition, such as a book, as well as ManualSignLanguage, which may similarly contain a Proposition.
 CzechSlovakLanguageOf the eight WestSlavicLanguages, three are classified as a CzechSlovakLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 EntityThe universal class of individuals. This is the root node of the ontology.
 HumanLanguageThe subclass of Languages used by Humans.
 IndoEuropeanLanguageThere are 433 languages categorized as an IndoEuropeanLanguage, forming a major family of the world's languages and including many of the most familiar languages of Europe and South Asia.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 LanguageA system of signs for expressing thought. The system can be either natural or artificial, i.e. something that emerges gradually as a cultural artifact or something that is intentionally created by a person or group of people.
 LinguisticExpressionThis is the subclass of ContentBearingPhysical which are language-related. Note that this Class encompasses both Language and the the elements of Languages, e.g. Words.
 PhysicalAn entity that has a location in space-time. Note that locations are themselves understood to have a location in space-time.
 SlavicLanguageA SlavicLanguage is any of 18 closely related IndoEuropeanLanguages spoken in central and eastern Europe.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 SpokenHumanLanguageA SpokenHumanLanguage is a HumanLanguage which has as its medium the human voice. It can also be represented visually through writing, although not all SpokenHumanLanguages have a codified written form.
 WestSlavicLanguageOf the 18 SlavicLanguages, eight are classified as a WestSlavicLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
Belongs to Class IndoEuropeanLanguage


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