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Sigma KEE - BulgarianLanguage

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(documentation BulgarianLanguage EnglishLanguage "The BulgarianLanguage is a SoutheasternSlavicLanguage of Bulgaria. SIL code: BLG. ISO 639-1: bg. ISO 639-2: bul. Population: 7,986,000 in Bulgaria, 85% of the population (1986). Population total all countries: 9,000,000 (1999 WA). Region: Also spoken in Canada, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Moldova, Romania, Turkey (Europe), Ukraine, USA, Yugoslavia. Alternate names: BALGARSKI. Dialects: PALITYAN (PALITIANI, BOGOMIL). Comments: Palityan is functionally intelligible with Standard Bulgarian. The Sopa are of Petecheneg origin and speak Bulgarian. National language. Grammar. SVO. Christian. Bible 1864-1923. Also spoken in: Greece. (Language name: BULGARIAN.) Population: 30,000 in Greece (1998 Greek Helsinki Monitor). Dialects: POMAK (POMAKCI, POMAKIKA). Comments: Pomak is close to Serbian and Bulgarian, geographical dialect shading toward each. Bilingualism in Turkish, Greek. They speak Pomak at home. Also referred to locally as 'Macedonian' and 'Vlach'. The term 'Vlach' is applied variously to varieties of Bulgarian, Romani, and Romanian in Romania, Greece, Albania, and Yugoslavia. Many Greek loan words and others from the dead language, Thraco-Illyrian. Viewed as Turks in Greece. Muslim. Bible 1864-1923. Also spoken in: Moldova. (Language name: BULGARIAN.) Population: 361,000 in Moldova (1979 census), 68% speak it as mother tongue. Comments: Christian. Bible 1864-1923. Romania. (Language name: BULGARIAN.) Population: 10,439 (1966 census). Dialects: PALITYAN (PALITIANI, BOGOMIL). Comments: The Palityan dialect is apparently intelligible with other Bulgarian dialects. In Romania it is a recognized minority language. Christian. Bible 1864-1923. Also spoken in: Turkey (Europe). (Language name: BULGARIAN.) Population: 270,000 in Turkey, including refugees from Bulgaria (1993 Johnstone). Alternate names: POMAK. Dialects: POMAK. Comments: 93% bilingual in Turkish. Spoken by Muslim Pomaks in Turkey and Greece. Sunni Muslim. Bible 1864-1923. Also spoken in: Yugoslavia. (Language name: BULGARIAN.) Comments: Catholic Bulgarians are in Yugoslav and Romanian Banat. Bible 1864-1923.(extract from http:/ / )") Languages.kif 10805-10833
(externalImage BulgarianLanguage " commons/ 7/ 7d/ Bulgarian_vowel_chart.png") pictureList.kif 5894-5894
(instance BulgarianLanguage SoutheasternSlavicLanguage) Languages.kif 10804-10804

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(termFormat ChineseLanguage BulgarianLanguage "保加利亚语言") domainEnglishFormat.kif 12293-12293
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage BulgarianLanguage "保加利亞語言") domainEnglishFormat.kif 12292-12292
(termFormat EnglishLanguage BulgarianLanguage "bulgarian language") domainEnglishFormat.kif 12291-12291

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(codeMapping ISO-639-1 "bg" BulgarianLanguage) Languages.kif 14758-14758

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