Official language

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An official language is, generally speaking, a language in which all official business, particularly governmental functions, are required by law to be conducted. It is possible for a nation to have more than one official language nationwide, although it is rather rare to have more than two.

In micronations, this term may refer simply to the language(s) most often used by the people of a nations, regardless of its status in law. Although many micronations simply use their native language as an official language, some may also create a conlang to serve alongside it.


Please complete this list in accordance with the list of official languages.
Please complete in alphabetical order.


List of official languages

This is a list of micronations by national or official language.

List

Europe

Micronation Languages
UKBKTHG- flag kingdom.jpg United Holy Kingdom of Beaulosagñe and the Knights Templar of the Holy Grail Spanish, Portuguese, French,

English, Dutch, German

Flag scoria.png Republic of Scoria English (National), German, Irish (Second Official)