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Argomenti di Norme

Mozione di E. Beggiato
Mozione n. 262 del 20/05/1998
R. n. 262/99 Regione Veneto
Legge 482/99 R. italiana
Minoranze escluse dalla tutela
Proposta di legge regionale
Vicenza: lingua tutelata
Statuto della Regione Veneto
Carta europea delle lingue
Proposta regionale sulla lingua
Legge regionale sulla lingua
UNESCO: giornata delle lingue
UNESCO: rapporto sulle lingue
Il veneto: norme ISO
Lingue romanze in Italia

 

Venetian

Documentation for ISO (International Standard Organisation www.iso.ch  Organizzazione di norme standard internazionali) 639 identifier: vec
ISO/DIS 639-3: vec
Identifier: vec
Name: Venetian
Status: Active
Code set:  639-3
Scope: Individual
Type: Living

A language of Italy

Population 2,180,387 in Italy (2000 WCD).
Region Northern Italy, city of Venice, area of the Tre Venezie; Venezia EugÓnea westward to Verona, southward to the Po, and eastward to the border of the Fruili; Venezia Tridentina, in the Adige valley and neighboring mountain regions to the north of Trent; and Venezia Giulia, east of the Friuli, and including Trieste. Bisiacco is spoken in Gorizia Province. Also spoken in Croatia, Slovenia.
Alternate names   Veneto, Venet
Dialects Istrian, Triestino, Venetian Proper, Bisiacco. Distinct from Standard Italian.
Classification Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Italo-Western, Western, Gallo-Iberian, Gallo-Romance, Gallo-Italian
Language use Vigorous. Speakers also use Italian.
Language development Bible portions: 1859.

 

Also spoken in Croatia

Language name   Venetian
Population 100,000 in Croatia and Slovenia (1994 Tapani Salminen). See also Italian in Croatia.
Region Istrian Peninsula and Dalmatia.
Dialects Istrian, Tretine, Venetian Proper.
Language use Vigorous.

 

Individual languages

In this part of ISO 639, most identifiers are assumed to denote distinct individual languages. Furthermore, it is a goal for this part of ISO 639 to provide an identifier for every distinct human language that has been documented, whether living or extinct, and whether its modality is spoken, written or signed.

There is no one definition of "language" that is agreed upon by all and appropriate for all purposes. As a result, there can be disagreement, even among speakers or linguistic experts, as to whether two varieties represent dialects of a single language or two distinct languages. For this part of ISO 639, judgments regarding when two varieties are considered to be the same or different languages are based on a number of factors, including linguistic similarity, intelligibility, a common literature, the views of speakers concerning the relationship between language and identity, and other factors. The following basic criteria are followed:

bulletTwo related varieties are normally considered varieties of the same language if speakers of each variety have inherent understanding of the other variety (that is, can understand based on knowledge of their own variety without needing to learn the other variety) at a functional level.
bulletWhere spoken intelligibility between varieties is marginal, the existence of a common literature or of a common ethnolinguistic identity with a central variety that both understand can be strong indicators that they should nevertheless be considered varieties of the same language.
bulletWhere there is enough intelligibility between varieties to enable communication, the existence of well-established distinct ethnolinguistic identities can be a strong indicator that they should nevertheless be considered to be different languages.

Some of the distinctions made on this basis may not be considered appropriate by some users or for certain applications. These basic criteria are thought to best fit the intended range of applications, however

Linguistic  Lineage for Venetian

Indo-European (449)
      Italic (48)
            Romance (47)
                  Italo-Western (38)
                        Western (32)
                                    Gallo-Iberian (30)
                                          Gallo-Romance (14)
                                                Gallo-Italian (5)
                                                      Venetian [vec]

 

 

This web edition of the Ethnologue contains all the content of the print edition and may be cited as:
Gordon, Raymond G., Jr. (ed.), 2005. Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Fifteenth edition. Dallas, Tex.: SIL International. Online version: http://www.ethnologue.com/Contact us

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