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      • Pannonian Rusyn is one of the official languages of the Serbian Autonomous Province of Vojvodina . The Pannonian Rusyns themselves call their language Bačvan'ska ruska bešeda (бачваньска руска бешеда), or Bačvan'ski ruski jazik (бачваньски руски язик), both meaning "the Rusyn language of Bačka".
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  2. Rusyn language - Wikipedia

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    Serbia has recognized Rusyn, more precisely Pannonian Rusyn, as an official minority language. Since 1995, Rusyn has been recognized as a minority language in Slovakia, enjoying the status of an official language in municipalities where more than 20 percent of the inhabitants speak Rusyn.

  3. Rusyn language From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rusyn (Rusyn: русиньска бесїда or русиньскый язык) is an East Slavic language. It is spoken by the Rusyns of Central Europe.

  4. Pannonian Rusyn - Wikipedia

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    Pannonian Rusyn, or simply Rusyn (руски язик (ruski jazik), руска бешеда (ruska bešeda), русински язик [citation needed] (rusinski jazik); or Ruthenian), is an East Slavic language spoken by the Pannonian Rusyns, in north-western Serbia (Bačka region) and eastern Croatia.

  5. Rusyn - Wikipedia

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    Lemkian Rusyn people, a branch of Rusyn or Ukrainian people; Rusyn language, an East Slavic language Pannonian Rusyn language, a variant of Rusyn language; Lemkian Rusyn language, a variant of Rusyn language; Rusyn Voivodeship, a historical province from 15th to 18th century; Rusyn Byzantine Catholic Church, a particular Eastern Catholic Church

  6. Rusyns - Wikipedia

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    According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census, thirty percent of Rusyns in Ukraine identified Ukrainian as their native language, while two thirds named the Rusyn language. However, about 10 thousand people, or 0.8%, of Ukraine's Zakarpattia Oblast (Province) identified themselves as Rusyns; by contrast, over 1 mllion considered themselves Ukrainians.

    • 638–10,531
    • 33,482
    • 14,246
    • 10,183–32,386
  7. Ruthenian language - Wikipedia

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    Ruthenian or Old Ruthenian (also see other names) was the group of varieties of East Slavic spoken in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and later in the East Slavic territories of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. The written form is also called Chancery Slavonic by Lithuanian and Western European linguists.

  8. Rusyn is listed as a protected language by the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in Slovakia, Serbia, Croatia and Romania.

  9. Lemkos - Wikipedia

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    The spoken language of the Lemkos, which has a code of rue under ISO 639-3, has been variously described as a language in its own right, a dialect of Rusyn or a dialect of Ukrainian. In Ukraine, almost all Lemkos speak both Lemko and standard Ukrainian (according to the 2001 Ukrainian Census).

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