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Asturian edition of Wikipediathe free encyclopedia. University records indicate an increased number of courses and amount of scientific work using Asturian, with courses in the Department of Philology and Educational Sciences. The number of speakers is estimated atnative andsecond language.

Linguistic area of Astur-Leonese, including Asturian. Romanian Diccionagio Moldovan Vlach.

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Asturian grammar is similar to that of other Romance languages. Its use, teaching and diffusion in the media will be furthered, whilst its local dialects and voluntary apprenticeship will always be respected”.

Conceyos which have not applied. However, due to the close castelkano between Castilian and Asturian, it is often unclear if a word dicciinario borrowed from Castilian, common to both languages from Latin, or dcicionario loanword from Asturian to Castilian. Asturian government websites, [36] council webpages, blogs, [37] entertainment webpages and social networks exist.

At the end of the 20th century, the Academia de la Llingua Asturiana Academy of the Asturian Language attempted to provide the language with tools needed to enhance its survival: Retrieved from ” https: The ambiguity of the Statute of Autonomy, which recognises the existence of Asturian but does not give it the same status as Spanish, leaves the door open to benign neglect.


Academia de la Lengua Asturiana. Regulated by the Academia de la Llingua Asturiana, it is mainly spoken in Asturias except in the west, where Galician-Asturian is spoken.

In number of loanwords, Spanish leads the list. Asturian distinguishes five vowel phonemes these same ones are found in SpanishAragoneseSardinian and Basqueaccording to three degrees of vowel openness close, mid and open and backness front, central and back. For that gable, we must appoint to Reguera as the author of this literature, that I could call ‘bable’.

Efforts have been made since to protect and promote Asturian. Compare la entrada the entry and la islla the island. During the 12th, 13th and part of the 14th centuries Astur-Leonese was used in the kingdom’s official documents, with many examples of agreements, donations, wills and commercial contracts from that period onwards. The Latin alphabet was used in the earliest Asturian texts.

Conceyos which have applied for approval. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem: Look up Asturian in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Although the Academia de la Llingua Asturiana published orthographic rules in[26] different spelling rules are used in Terra de Miranda Portugal.

Meaning of “bable” in the Spanish dictionary

The transition from Latin to Asturian was slow eiccionario gradual; for a long time they co-existed in a diglossic relationship, first in the Kingdom of Asturias and later in that of Asturias and Leon.

Although some 10th-century documents have the linguistic features of Asturian, numerous examples such as writings by notariescontracts and wills begin in the 13th century. Adjectives are modified by gender. Diccionarko similar survey in found that 44 percent of the population aboutpeople could speak Cashellano, with from 60, to 80, able to read and write it.


Archived from the original PDF on Many Celtic words such as bragues, camisa, carru, cerveza and sayu were integrated into Latin and, later, into Asturian. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Castilian Spanish arrived in the area during the 14th century, when the central administration sent emissaries and functionaries to political and ecclesiastical offices. A survey [14] indicatednative Asturian speakers 12 percent of the Asturian population andwho could speak or understand Asturian as a second language.

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The Spanish Constitution has not been fully applied regarding the official recognition of languages in the autonomous communities. Fiat voluntas tua, Sicut in caelo et in terra. The dialects are mutually intelligible. Although little is known about the language of the ancient Asturesit may have been vable to two Indo-European languages: Asturian has also received siccionario of its lexicon from other languages, such as CastilianFrenchOccitan and Galician. In addition to this Latin basis are words which entered Asturian from languages spoken before the arrival of Latin its substratumafterwards its superstratum and loanwords from other languages.

Asturian has several digraphssome of which have their own names.