Languages of Nedland

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The languages of Nedland are the official and spoken languages of Nedland.

Official

English

English has 75 home speakers in Nedland. It is the primary spoken language of Nedland, especially outside of the home.

Spanish

Spanish has 25 home speakers in Nedland as of 2017. It is recognized due to its status as the second most spoken language in Nedlandic territory. They are the majority of Thurshodn and Zelenarus, and form a significant minority in New Rogaland and Alikiir.

Recognized minority languges

Arabic

Arabic, mainly Maghrebi Arabic dialects, has 13 native speakers in Nedland. It is recognized in Wellayat Adnan, where speakers of the Algerian Darija dialect constitute an absolute minority. Moroccan Darija speakers form a significant minority in New Rogaland.

When Arabic was first introduced, then as an official language, no Arabic speakers resided in Nedland. It was un-officialized in 2015, however.

Azerbaijani

Azerbaijani has 5 home speakers as of 2017; they form an absolute majority of the Ekmek department, where the language is recognized.

Bengali

Bengali has 7 home speakers as of 2017, all concentrated in New Rogaland. Sylheti, which can be considered a dialect of Bengali, has recognition in Arefinistan.

Corian

Corian is recognized in Rotar, and has no speakers as of a 2017 post-census report. It has minority recognition due to cultural reasons.

Czech

Czech is recognized in Acrest, and has 1 home speaker as of the 2017 census.

Dutch

Dutch is recognized in Alkland, and has 1 home speaker as of the 2017 census.

Evonian

Evonian is recognized in Evonia, and has no speakers as of a 2017 post-census report. It has minority recognition due to cultural reasons.

French

French is recognized as a minority language in Abeldane Nedland, and 2 regular home speakers reside there. There is also one bilingual speaker in Terstegnia as of the 2017 census. At one time, it had official status in Nedland, but it was revoked due to the number of speakers failing to reach the qualifying percentage for said status

Hasani

Hasani is recognized in Chakaristan, and has no speakers as of the 2017 census. It has minority recognition due to cultural reasons.

Litvanian

Litvanian is recognized in Grassland and Mosavia, and has no speakers as of the 2017 census. It has minority recognition due to cultural reasons.

Norwegian

Though it has no speakers in Nedland as of 2017, Norwegian is rarely used in official state affairs due to Nedland's former tenure under Paravian colonialism.

Pashto

Pashto is recognized in Khomand, and has 5 home speakers as of the 2017 census. They form a significant minority in the New Rogaland department.

Polish

Polish is recognized in Varsovia and Umtitia, and had 9 native speakers as of the 2017 census.

Romanian

Romanian has 6 home speakers as of 2017; they form an absolute majority of the Carpathia department, where the language is recognized. It is also recognized in Pavlograd, where speakers form one third of the population.

Serbian

Serbian is recognized in Pavlograd and Rotar, where speakers form the majority in both departments. There is a historically low presence of Serbophones in Nedland; the historical high is 49.

Šlovedkian

Šlovedkian is recognized in Dragovina, Jaland, Kustulvudupad, New Rogaland, Romitria, Samegrelo, and Slavoslavia. It has no speakers as of the 2017 census, and is recognized as a minority language for cultural reasons.

Somali

Somali is recognized in Kustulvudupad, and has 2 home speakers as of the 2017 census.

Sylheti

Sylheti is recognized in Arefinistan, and has 3 home speakers as of the 2017 census.

Twi

Twi is a dialect of the Asante language, spoken in Ghana by 3.4 million people. Twi has 3 home speakers in Nedland as of the 2017 census, and is recognized in Samegrelo and Twistan.