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  1. Asturleonese ( Asturian: Asturlleonés; Spanish: Asturleonés; Portuguese: Asturo-leonês; Mirandese: Asturlhionés) is a Romance language spoken primarily in northwestern Spain, namely in the historical regions and Spain's modern-day autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in a small neighbouring …

  2. Asturleonese language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Asturleonese language Talk From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Asturleonese ( Asturian: Asturlleonés) is a Romance language spoken mainly in the autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in some parts of Portugal.

  3. Asturleonese is a Romance language spoken primarily in northwestern Spain, namely in the historical regions and Spain's modern-day autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in a small neighbouring area of Portugal.

  4. Asturleonese is a Romance language spoken primarily in northwestern Spain, namely in the historical regions and Spain's modern-day autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in a small neighbouring area of Portugal. The name of the language is largely uncommon among its native speakers, as it forms a dialect continuum of mutually intelligible ...

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    Given the low so­cial and po­lit­i­cal ac­cep­tance of re­fer­ring to the lan­guage in As­turias as Leonese, and the one in other parts of the do­main (such as León or Zamora) as As­turian (even though it is vir­tu­ally the same lan­guage), a sig­nif­i­cant part of the au­thors and spe­cial­ists pre­fer to refer to all the di­alects col­lec­tively ...

    The lan­guage de­vel­oped from Vul­gar Latin with con­tri­bu­tions from the pre-Ro­man lan­guages which were spo­ken in the ter­ri­tory of the As­tures, an an­cient tribe of the Iber­ian penin­sula. Castil­ian (Span­ish)came to the area later in the 14th cen­tury when the cen­tral ad­min­is­tra­tion sent emis­saries and func­tionar­ies to oc­cupy p...

    (in German) (in Spanish) Bauske, Bernd (1995) Sprachplannung des Asturianischen. Die Normierung und Normalisierung einer romanischen Kleinsprache in Spannungsfeld von Linguistik, Literatur und Poli...
    (in German) (in Spanish) Lexikon der Romanitischen Linguistik, Bd. 6.I: Aragonesisch/Navarresisch, Spanisch, Asturianisch/Leonesisch. Tübingen, Max Niemeyer, ISBN 3-484-50250-9.
    Llera Ramo, F. (1994). Los Asturianos y la lengua Asturiana: Estudio Sociolingüístico para Asturias - 1991 (in Spanish). Oviedo: Consejería de Educación y Cultura del Principado de Asturias. ISBN 8...
    (in Spanish) Menéndez Pidal, R (1906): "El dialecto Leonés", Revista de Archivos, Bibliotecas y Museos 2-3:128-172, 4-5:294-311 (There's a modern reprint: (2006) El dialecto Leonés. León, El Buho V...
  5. The Mirandese language (Mirandese: mirandés or lhéngua mirandesa; Portuguese: mirandês or língua mirandesa) is an Astur-Leonese language or language variety [3] that is sparsely spoken in a small area of northeastern Portugal in Terra de Miranda (made up of the municipalities of Miranda do Douro, Mogadouro and Vimioso ).

  6. Asturleonese area Asturleonese ( Asturian : Asturlleonés ; Spanish : Asturleonés ; Portuguese : Asturo-leonês ; Mirandese : Asturlhionés ) is a Romance language spoken primarily in northwestern Spain, namely in the historical regions and Spain's modern-day autonomous communities of Asturias , northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria

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