Greek bhasa

Greek bhasa ek Indo-European bhasa hae aur Greece (Hellas) aur Cyprus ke official language hae. Isme abhi Greece me baat karaa jaae hae lekin purana time pe iske Asia Minor ke coast ppe aur southern Italy me baat karaa jawat rahaa. Iske ek dafe Western Asia aur Northern Africa me bahut log use karat rahin. Greek me ii bhasa ke Ελληνικά (Helleniká) bolaa jaae ha.

Greek
Ελληνικά
Ellīniká
Naam ke bole ke dhang[eliniˈka]
Spoken in Greece
 Cyprus
Greek diaspora
Total speakersc. 13 million[1]
Language familyIndo-European
Writing systemGreek alphabet
Official status
Official language in Greece[2]
 Cyprus[3]
 European Union[4]

Recognised minority language in:
 Albania[5]
 Armenia[6][7]
 Italy[5]
 Romania[6]
 Turkey
 Ukraine[6]

Regulated byNo official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1el
ISO 639-2gre (B) ell (T)
ISO 639-3variously:
grc – Ancient Greek
ell – Modern Greek
pnt – Pontic Greek
gmy – Mycenaean Greek
gkm – Medieval Greek
cpg – Cappadocian Greek
tsd – Tsakonian Greek
Linguasphere56-AAA-a (varieties:

56-AAA-aa to -am)

Greeks aapan bhasa ke Greek alphabet me likhe hae. Latin alphabet (jisme English aur dher bhasa me likha jaae hae) Greek alphabet se aais hae. Dunia ke dher alphabets Greek alphabet se aais hae, jaise ki Cyrillic alphabet. Greeks logan Phoenicians se alphabet use kare ke sikhin.

Greek, 3,000 saal se bolaa jaae hae jon ki aur Indo-European bhasa se jaada hae. 15 million se jaada log dunia bhar me Greek me baat kare hae.

Greek bhasa me ginti

Number Greek meNumber Fiji Hindi me
énaek
díodui
tríatiin
tésserachaar
péntepaanch
éksichhe
eptásaat
októaath
ennéanau
dékadas

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References

  1. "Greek language". SIL International. 2009.
  2. "Enthologue report for language code: ell".
  3. "The Constitution of Cyprus, App. D., Part 1, Art. 3". Archived from the original on 2012-07-29. states that The official languages of the Republic are Greek and Turkish. However, the official status of Turkish is only nominal in the Greek-dominated Republic of Cyprus; in practice, outside Turkish-dominated Northern Cyprus, Turkish is little used; see A. Arvaniti (2006): Erasure as a a means of maintaining diglossia in Cyprus, San Diego Linguistics Papers 2: 25-38. Page 27.
  4. "The EU at a glance - Languages in the EU". Europa. European Union. Retrieved 30 July 2010.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Greek". Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Retrieved 2008-12-08. Template:Fix/category[dead link]
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "List of declarations made with respect to treaty No. 148". Council of Europe. Retrieved 2008-12-08.
  7. "An interview with Aziz Tamoyan, National Union of Yezidi". groong.usc.edu. Retrieved 2008-12-08.
  8. Numbers in Million-Speaker Languages

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