मंगोलियन भाषा

विकिपीडिया से
सीधे इहाँ जाईं: नेविगेशन, खोजीं
Mongolian
मूलभाषा बाटे Mongolia, China
क्षेत्र All of Mongolia and Inner Mongolia; parts of Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang and Gansu provinces in China
मूल बोले वाला
5.2 million (2005)[1]
Mongolic
  • Mongolian
प्रारंभिक रूप
स्टैंडर्ड रूप
Khalkha (Mongolia)
Chakhar (Inner Mongolia)
बोली सभ
Mongolian alphabets:
Traditional Mongolian script
(in Inner Mongolia),
Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet (in Mongolia),
Mongolian Braille
ऑफिशियल स्टेटस
सरकारी भाषा बाटे

 मंगोलिया
 China

नियमित कइल जाले Mongolia:
State Language Council (Mongolia),[3]
Inner Mongolia:
Council for Language and Literature Work[4]
भाषा कोड
ISO 639-1 mn
ISO 639-2 mon
ISO 639-3 moninclusive code
Individual codes:
khk – Khalkha Mongolian
mvf – Peripheral Mongolian (part)
Glottolog mong1331[5]
Linguasphere part of 44-BAA-b
Topographic map showing Asia as centered on modern-day Mongolia and Kazakhstan. An orange line shows the extent of the Mongol Empire. Some places are filled in red. This includes all of Mongolia, most of Inner Mongolia and Kalmykia, three enclaves in Xinjiang, multiple tiny enclaves round Lake Baikal, part of Manchuria, Gansu, Qinghai, and one place that is west of Nanjing and in the south-south-west of Zhengzhou
Geographic distribution of Mongolic peoples (red)
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मंगोलियन भाषा प्रमुख रूप से मंगोलिया में बोलल जाए वाली आ इहाँ के सरकारी भाषा बाटे।

संदर्भ[संपादन]

  1. उद्धरण खराबी:Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named ReferenceA
  2. "China"; Ethnologue. 
  3. "Törijn alban josny helnij tuhaj huul'"; MongolianLaws.com; 2003-05-15; पहुँचतिथी 2009-03-27.  The decisions of the council have to be ratified by the government.
  4. "Mongγul kele bičig-ün aǰil-un ǰöblel". See Sečenbaγatur et al. 2005: 204.
  5. Nordhoff, Sebastian; Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, संपा॰ लोग (2013); "Mongolian"; Glottolog 2.2; Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.