PALESTINA

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LENGUAS EN PALESTINA

Arabic, Levantine Bedawi Spoken

Arabic, South Levantine Spoken

Arabic, Standard

Armenian, Western

Domari

Samaritan Aramaic

Samaritan Hebrew

 

MAPA LENGUAS DEL MUNDO https://www.ethnologue.com/

 

LENGUAS EN PELIGRO

  • Domari

Leer más sobre la lengua domari en Jerusalem https://www.thisweekinpalestine.com/the-domari-of-jerusalem/

UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger              http://www.unesco.org/languages-atlas/index.php


EGIPTO

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LÍBANO

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JORDANIA

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ISRAEL

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LANGUAGES

  • Adyghe
  • Al-Sayyid Bedouin Sign Language
  • Amharic
  • Arabic, Judeo-Iraqi
  • Arabic, Judeo- Moroccan
  • Arabic, Judeo-Tripolitanian
  • Arabic, Judeo-Tunisian
  • Arabic, Judeo-Yemeni
  • Arabic, South Levantine
  • Arabic, Standard
  • Armenian, Western
  • Barzani-Sandu Jewish Neo-Aramaic
  • Bukharic
  • Dzhidi
  • English
  • Hebrew
  • Hebrew, Ancient
  • Hulaulá
  • Hungarian
  • Inter-Zab Jewish Neo-Aramaic
  • Israeli Sign Language
  • Jewish Babylonian
  • Aramaic
  • Judeo-Arabic
  • Judeo-Berber
  • Judeo-Georgian
  • Judeo-Tat
  • Ladino
  • Lishán Noshan
  • Lishana Deni
  • Polish
  • Romanian
  • Russian
  • Samaritan
  • Samaritan Aramaic
  • Tigrigna
  • Yevanic
  • Yiddish
  • Yiddish, Eastern

SOURCE: https://www.ethnologue.com/

 

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LANGUAGES IN DANGER

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Adyge

Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic (Israel)

Domari

Hulaula (Israel)

Judeo-Berber (Israel)

Judezmo (Israel)

Juhur (Israel)

Lishan Didan (Israel)

Lishana Deni (Israel)

Lishanid Noshan (Israel)

Moroccan Judeo-Arabic (Israel)

Tunisian Judeo-Arabic (Israel)

Yiddish (Israel)

 

Moroccan Judeo-Arabic (Israel) (en),

judéo-arabe du Maroc (Israël) (fr), judeo-árabe marroquí (Israel) (es) Alternate names: Judeo-Moroccan Related records; Moroccan Judeo-Arabic (Morocco) Vitality: Definitely endangered

Number speakers: 300000 Over 300 000 Jews emigrated from Morocco to Israel. Most speak Judeo-Arabic, a minority are bilingual Judeo-Berber speakers. The population of Moroccan Jews and their descendants is estimated at 600 000. Location: Tel Aviv Israel

 

Tunisian Judeo-Arabic (Israel)

(en), judeo-arabe tunisien (Israël) (fr), judeo-árabe tunecino (Israel) (es) Alternate names: l’arabe des juifs tunisiens Related records: Tunisian Judeo-Arabic (Tunisia) Vitality: Severely endangered Country: Israel lat : 32.0779; long : 34.8019

 

Yiddish

Name of the language:Yiddish (Israel) (en), yiddish (Israël) (fr), yiddish (Israel) (es), идиш (ru) Alternate names:Judeo-German Related records:Yiddish (Europe) Vitality:Definitely endangered

Yiddish Location(s): most speakers now live outside Europe, mainly in North America and Israel; cf. Yiddish (Europe) Country or area: Israel Coordinates: lat : 32.0833; long : 34.8333 Corresponding: ISO 639-3 code(s)ydd

Number speakers: 3000000 Number of first-language speakers: Israel 215,000; USA 178,000; Canada 17,255 (2006 census); Moldova 17,000; Ukraine 3,213; Belarus 1,979; Russia 1,683; there are also communities of speakers in Romania, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.

 


SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC

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LANGUAGES 

  • Adyghe
  • Arabic, Levantine Bedawi Spoken
  • Arabic, Mesopotamian Spoken
  • Arabic, Najdi Spoken
  • Arabic, North Levantine Spoken
  • Arabic, North Mesopotamian Spoken
  • Arabic, Standard
  • Armenian, Western
  • Assyrian Neo-Aramaic
  • Azerbaijani, South
  • Domari
  • Kabardian
  • Kurdish, Northern
  • Lomavren
  • Mlahsö
  • Ossetic
  • Turkmen
  • Turoyo
  • Western Neo-Aramaic

SOURCE: https://ethnologue.com

 

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LANGUAGES IN DANGER

Unesco, Mapa interactivo https://bit.ly/38H6rA1

  • Adyge
  • Domari
  • Mlahso
  • Suret
  • Turoyo
  • Western Neo-Aramaic

 

ADYGE

adyguéen (fr), adiga (es), адыгейский (ru) Alternate name: Adyghe; Western Circassian

  • Vitality: Vulnerable
  • Number speakers: 300000
  • Country: Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Russian Federation, Syria, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey

 

Domari

Alternate names: Ghagar, Ghajar, Nawar, Nawari Severely endangered Location(s): Jerusalem, Gaza, Jordan, Libanon and Syria; possibly extinct in Egypt and elsewhere in North Africa; Country: Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine, Syrian Arab Republic

 

Mlahso (Syria) (en)

mlahso (République arabe syrienne) (fr), melasó (Siria) (es), млахсо (ru) Alternate names: Mlaḥsô; “Mlahsö” (incorrect) Vitality: Extinct The last speaker, Ibrahim Hanna, died in 1998 Location: the émigré community in the town of Qamishli Country: Syria

 

Suret

soureth (fr), neo-arameo oriental (es) Alternate names: Suryaya Swadaya, Lishana Aturaya, Lishana Kaldaya, Suryani, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, Chaldean Neo-Aramaic, Neo-Syriac, Christian Northeastern Neo-Aramaic Vitality: Definitely endangered Number of speakers: 240.000  Location(s): Iraqi Kurdistan, western Iranian Azerbaijan and Kurdistan, northeast Syria near the Turkish border. Extinct in Turkey. A large number of speakers are in diaspora in Europe, North and South America, Australia. Country: Armenia, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Turkey

 

Turoyo

touroyo (fr), turoyo (es) Alternate namesṬuroyo VitalitySeverely endangered Number of speakers: 50000 Location(s):Traditionally spoken around the town of Midiad, Turkey; important emigration in Sweden and Germany Country: Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey

 

Western Neo-Aramaic

araméen occidental (fr), neo-arameo sirio (es) Alternate names: Ma’lula, Siryoon, Aroomay Definitely endangered Number speakers: 20000 Location: 3 villages in Syria, in the mountains 50km northeast of Damascus (Ma’luula, Bax’a, Jubb’adiin) Country: Syria


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