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JutishLanguage
The JutishLanguage is a DanishGroupLanguage of Denmark. SIL code: JUT. ISO 639-2: gem. Population: No estimate available. Region: German-Danish border area, Southern Jutland on the Danish side, and in northern Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Also spoken in Germany. Alternate names: JUTLANDISH, JYSK, WESTERN DANISH. Comments: The westernmost and southernmost dialects differ so much from Standard Danish, that many people from the Eastern Islands have great difficulty understanding it. From the viewpoint of inherent intelligibility, it could be considered a separate language (Norbert Strade). All inhabitants in Rudbol village are reported to be able to speak 5 languages: Danish, Jutish, North Frisian, Low Saxon, and German.(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.
 DanishBokmalLanguageOf the eight DanishSwedishLanguages, four are classified as a DanishBokmalLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 DanishGroupLanguageOf the four DanishBokmalLanguages, three are classified as a DanishGroupLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 DanishSwedishLanguageOf the eight EastScandinavianLanguages, all eight are classified as a DanishSwedishLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 EastScandinavianLanguageOf the 14 NorthGermanicLanguages, eight are classified as a EastScandinavianLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 EntityThe universal class of individuals. This is the root node of the ontology.
 GermanicLanguageA GermanicLanguage is any of 58 closely related IndoEuropeanLanguages spoken in the UnitedKingdom and northern and central Europe.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 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.
 NorthGermanicLanguageOf the 58 GermanicLanguages, 14 are classified as a NorthGermanicLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 PhysicalAn entity that has a location in space-time. Note that locations are themselves understood to have a location in space-time.
 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.
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