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Sigma KEE - AragoneseLanguage
AragoneseLanguage(aragonese language)

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(documentation AragoneseLanguage EnglishLanguage "The AragoneseLanguage is a PyreneanLanguage of Spain. SIL code: AXX. ISO 639-2: roa. Population: 11,000 or more active speakers. An additional 20,000 people use it as second language (1993 Counsel of the Aragonese Language). The majority speak Eastern Aragonese. 2,000,000 in the ethnic group. Region: Zaragoza, Uesca Province. The northern limit is the Pyrenean border, separating Aragon from Occitania, the western limit is the border of Navarra, the eastern limit is north of Montso. Western Aragonese includes the towns of Anso, Echo, Chasa, Berdun, and Chaca, Central Aragonese the towns of Panticosa, Biescas, Torla, Broto, Bielsa, Yebra, and L'Ainsa, Eastern Aragonese the towns of Benas (Benasque, Benasc, Patues), Plan, Bisagorri, Campo, Perarruga, Graus, Estadilla, Southern Aragonese the towns of Aguero, Ayerbe, Rasal, Bolea, Lierta, Uesca, Almudebar, Nozito, Labata, Alguezra, Angues, Pertusa, Balbastro, Nabal. Alternate names: ARAGOIERAZ, ALTOARAGONES, ARAGONES, FABLA ARAGONESA, PATUES, HIGH ARAGONESE. Dialects: WESTERN ARAGONESE (ANSOTANO, CHESO), CENTRAL ARAGONESE (BELSETAN, CHISTABINO, TENSINO, PANDICUTO, BERGOTES), EASTERN ARAGONESE (BENASQUES, GRAUSINO, RIBAGORZANO, FOBANO, CHISTABINO), SOUTHERN ARAGONESE (AYERBENSE, SEMONTANES). Comments: There are local varieties. Different from the local variety of Spanish (also called 'Aragonese', which is influenced by High Aragonese). Eastern Aragonese is transitional to Catalan. Similarities to Catalan, Occitan, and Gascon. Speakers use Spanish (Castilian) in varying degrees, depending on their education, generally they use it well. Used with outsiders. Speakers include 500 elderly monolinguals (1993). There is an Aragonese Speakers' League (Ligallo de Fablans de l'Aragones) in Zaragoza, and a Council of the Aragonese Language (Consello d'a Fabla Aragonesa) in Uesca. There are 5 magazines in Aragonese, and at least 6 organizations of mother tongue speakers working in the language. The written language is based on Central and Eastern Aragonese. Official language. Grammar. Literacy rate in second language: Nearly 100%. Christian.(extract from http:/ / )") Languages.kif 10561-10589
(externalImage AragoneseLanguage " commons/ 1/ 1e/ Aragon_languages-en.png") pictureList.kif 8343-8343
(instance AragoneseLanguage PyreneanLanguage) Languages.kif 10560-10560 Aragonese language is an instance of pyrenean language

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(termFormat ChineseLanguage AragoneseLanguage "阿拉贡语言") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8154-8154
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage AragoneseLanguage "阿拉貢語言") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8153-8153
(termFormat EnglishLanguage AragoneseLanguage "aragonese language") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8152-8152

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(codeMapping ISO-639-1 "an" AragoneseLanguage) Languages.kif 14751-14751 "an" in ISO-639-1 denotes aragonese language

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