Sardinian or Sard is a Romance language spoken by the Sardinians on the Western Mediterranean island of Sardinia. Many Romance linguists consider it the language that is closest to Latin among all its genealogical descendants. The original character of the Sardinian language among the Romance idioms has long been known among linguists.
Sardinian is a Romance language. It is native to the island of Sardinia, a Mediterranean island and autonomous region of Italy. About 1.2 million people speak Sardinian. The main dialects are Campidanese , Gallurese , Logudorese , and Sassarese . The standard version of the language is called Limba Sarda Comuna.
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Sardinians (Sardinian: Sardos or Sardus; Italian: Sardi) are the people native to the island of Sardinia, an autonomous region of Italy. Sardinians are noted for the distinct Nuragic civilization in ancient times. They are also known for the indigenous language many still speak, Sardinian.
May 15, 2023 · Spoken in: Sardinia, Italy First written: 1080 AD Writing system: Latin script Status: official language in Italy (Sardinia) There are four main varieties of Sardinian: Logudorese, Campidanese, Gallurese and Sassarese, and each of them, expect Sassarese, is really a collection of dialects.
Sardinian language. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. English: Sardinian ( Sardu) is the main historical language spoken in the island of Sardinia, Italy, remarkable for being the most conservative of the Romance languages and for its Paleosardinian substratum.
Jul 4, 2020 · Languages spoken in Sardinia Image credit: Wikipedia Languages Spoken in Sardinia. Sardinians obviously speak Italian – but not only. The main local language, inherent to the island of Sardinia, is Sardinian or Su Sardu.. Quite often mistaken in mainland Italy as a dialect, Su Sardu was officially recognised as an official language in 1997.Today, the Sardinian language is one of only 12 ...
Mar 23, 2023 · English Wikipedia has an article on: Sardinian language Etymology [ edit] From Latin Sardiniānus . Proper noun [ edit] Sardinian A Romance language spoken in the Italian region of Sardinia. Synonyms [ edit] Sard Translations [ edit] ± show language See also [ edit] Wiktionary’s coverage of Sardinian terms Adjective [ edit]
Jun 11, 2021 · Sardinian was recognized as one of the official minority languages of Italy, complete with its grammar and lexicon, in 1999 (law 482/1999) – although it took decades of petitions from the Sardinian speaking community (and the other 11 linguistic minorities of Italy) for the law to be approved.
Dec 7, 2021 · Languages and dialects of Sardinia. Sardinian is a language which belongs to the Romance branch of the Indo-European languages. It is spoken and written on most of the island of Sardinia.
It’s a rich and beautiful language. Today, there are over 1,350,000 native or second-language speakers of Sardinian. Out of all the romance languages (including French, Italian, Spanish and Romanian) Sardo is considered to be the closest descendant of Latin with only an 8% difference in vocabulary, syntax, and phonology.
Feb 19, 2012 · Languages, varieties and dialects in Sardinia. Yellow: the Sardinian languages, top left Logudorese (src), top right Nuorese (src) and below Campidanese (sro). Green: three Corsican languages, Corso oltramontano (co), Gallurese (sdn) en Sassarese (sdc). Blue: Catalan (ca), pink Ligurian (lij).
Jan 1, 2021 · This is the main category of the Sardinian language . It is spoken in Italy . Category:sc:All topics: Sardinian terms organized by topic, such as "Family" or "Chemistry". Category:Sardinian appendices: Pages containing additional information about Sardinian. Category:Sardinian entry maintenance: Sardinian entries, or entries in other languages ...