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Sigma KEE - SpanishLanguage
SpanishLanguage(spanish language)
Mexican_Spanish, Spanish

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(documentation SpanishLanguage EnglishLanguage "A Romance language that is the official language of Spain, Mexico, and many Central and South American countries.") Mid-level-ontology.kif 14465-14466
(documentation SpanishLanguage EnglishLanguage "The SpanishLanguage is a CastilianLanguage of Spain. SIL code: SPN. ISO 639-1: es. ISO 639-2: spa. Population: 28,173,600 in Spain, 72.8% of the population (1986). Population total all countries: 322,200,000 to 358,000,000 first language users (1999 WA--source for the second figure), 417,000,000 including second language users (1999 WA). Region: Central and southern Spain and the Canary Islands. Also spoken in 43 other countries including Andorra, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Finland, France. Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO, CASTILIAN. Dialects: ANDALUSIAN, MURCIAN, ARAGONESE, NAVARRESE, CASTILIAN, CANARY ISLANDS SPANISH, AMERICAN SPANISH. Comments: Leonese has similarities to Asturian, and may be extinct. 89% lexical similarity with Portuguese, 85% with Catalan, 82% with Italian, 76% with Sardinian, 75% with French, 74% with Rheto-Romance, 71% with Rumanian. Most mother tongue speakers of other languages in Spain use Spanish as second language. The Aragonese dialect of Spanish is different from the Aragonese language. Official language. Dictionary. Grammar. SVO, prepositions, genitives, relatives after noun heads, articles, numerals before noun heads, adjectives before or after noun heads depending on whether it is evaluative or descriptive, question word initial, (C(C))V(C), nontonal. Christian. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Andorra. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 24,600 in Andorra, 60% of population (1986). Alternate names: CASTILIAN. Comments: Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Argentina. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 33,000,000 in Argentina (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Belize. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 80,477 in Belize (1991 census). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: Radio programs, TV. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Bolivia. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 3,483,700 in Bolivia (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Chile. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 13,800,000 in Chile, including 25% Spanish, 66% mestizo (1995). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Colombia. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 34,000,000 in Colombia (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Costa Rica. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 3,300,000 in Costa Rica (1995 estimate). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Cuba. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 10,000,000 in Cuba (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Dominican Republic. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 6,886,000 in Dominican Republic (1995 estimate), 87% of the population. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Ecuador. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 9,500,000 in Ecuador (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Christian. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: El Salvador. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 5,900,000 in El Salvador (1995), or 92.3% of the population (1982 Barrett). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Equatorial Guinea. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 11,500 in Equatorial Guinea (1993 Johnstone). Comments: Official language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: France. (Language name: SPANISH.) Alternate names: CASTILLIAN. Comments: Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Gibraltar. (Language name: SPANISH.) Comments: Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Guatemala. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 4,673,000 in Guatemala (1995 estimate). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Honduras. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 5,600,000 in Honduras (1996). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Mexico. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 86,211,000 first language speakers in Mexico (1995), 88% of the population. Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Morocco. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 20,000 in Morocco (1993 Johnstone). Comments: Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Nicaragua. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 4,347,000 in Nicaragua (1995 estimate). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Panama. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 2,100,000 in Panama (1995 estimate). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Paraguay. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 110,000 in Paraguay (1979 estimate). Comments: Used in education and government. National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Peru. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 20,000,000 in Peru (1995 estimate). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Philippines. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 2,658 (1990 census). Comments: Formerly the official language. Used by a few families as mother tongue. Christian. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Puerto Rico. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 3,437,120 speakers in Puerto Rico, 90% of the population (1996). Comments: Some dialects are considered to be archaic. National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Trinidad and Tobago. (Language name: SPANISH.) Comments: Users seem to be second language users only. Frequent contact with Venezuelan fishing communities that lie nine miles off the coast of Trinidad. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Uruguay. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 3,000,000 in Uruguay (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: USA. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 22,400,000 in USA, 8.9% of the population (1990 census). Alternate names: ESPANOL, CASTELLANO. Comments: Population: has increased 61% or more since 1970. Official language. Bible 1553-1979. Also spoken in: Venezuela. (Language name: SPANISH.) Population: 21,480,000 in Venezuela (1995 estimate). Comments: National language. Bible 1553-1979.(extract from http:/ / www.ethnologue.com/ )") Languages.kif 10359-10444
(externalImage SpanishLanguage "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ 1/ 11/ Dialectos_del_castellano_en_Espa%C3%B1a.png") pictureList.kif 7950-7950
(externalImage SpanishLanguage "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ 6/ 6c/ Map-Hispanophone_World.png") pictureList.kif 7951-7951
(externalImage SpanishLanguage "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ 8/ 8a/ Page_of_Lay_of_the_Cid.jpg") pictureList.kif 6885-6885
(externalImage SpanishLanguage "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ c/ c9/ Mapa_-_Paises_voseantes.png") pictureList.kif 7952-7952
(instance SpanishLanguage CastilianLanguage) Languages.kif 10358-10358 Spanish language is an instance of castilian language
(instance SpanishLanguage NaturalLanguage) Mid-level-ontology.kif 14464-14464 Spanish language is an instance of natural language
(instance SpanishLanguage SpokenHumanLanguage) Mid-level-ontology.kif 14463-14463 Spanish language is an instance of spoken human language
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Anger "ira") emotion.kif 963-963
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Anxiety "ansiedad") emotion.kif 1170-1170
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Compassion "compasión") emotion.kif 1004-1004
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Contempt "desprecio") emotion.kif 731-731
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Contentment "satisfacción") emotion.kif 891-891
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Despair "desesperación") emotion.kif 934-934
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Disappointment "Déception") emotion.kif 945-945
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Disgust "asco") emotion.kif 830-830
(termFormat SpanishLanguage EmotionalStress "estrés") emotion.kif 1184-1184
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Fear "miedo") emotion.kif 1019-1019
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Guilt "culpa") emotion.kif 1077-1077
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Happiness "felicidad") emotion.kif 815-815
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Hate "odio") emotion.kif 1052-1052
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Interested "interés") emotion.kif 719-719
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Irritation "irritación") emotion.kif 926-926
(termFormat SpanishLanguage Jealousy "celos") emotion.kif 712-712

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(termFormat ChineseLanguage SpanishLanguage "西班牙语") domainEnglishFormat.kif 54423-54423
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage SpanishLanguage "西班牙語") domainEnglishFormat.kif 54422-54422
(termFormat EnglishLanguage SpanishLanguage "spanish language") domainEnglishFormat.kif 54421-54421

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(codeMapping ISO-639-1 "es" SpanishLanguage) Languages.kif 14799-14799 "es" in ISO-639-1 denotes spanish language


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