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Tuvinian language

LC control 85139000
LC classificationPL45.T88 PL45.T8895
Topical headingTuvinian language
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Variant(s)Diba language
Kök language
Mungak language
Soyod language
Soyon language
Soyot language
Tannu-Tuva language
Tofa language (Tuva, Russia)
Tokha language
Tuba language
Tuva language
Tuvan language
Tuvia language
Tuvin language
Tyva language
Tyvan language
Uri︠a︡nkhaĭ language
Uriankhai-Monchak language
Uryankhai language
See alsoChina--Languages
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Russia (Federation)--Languages
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Turkic languages, Northeast
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Found inWikipedia, Apr. 2, 2007 (Tuvan language. Tuvan, also known as Tuvinian, Tyvan, or Tuvin, is one of the Turkic languages. It is spoken by around 200,000 people in the Republic of Tuva in south-central Siberia in Russia)
Ethnologue, via WWW, Apr. 2, 2007 (Tuvin. A language of Russia (Asia). Alternate names: Tuva, Tuvan, Tuvia, Tyva, Tofa, Tokha, Soyot, Soyon, Soyod, Tannu-Tuva, Tuba, Tuvinian, Uriankhai, Uriankhai-Monchak, Uryankhai, Diba, Kök, Mungak. Classification: Altaic, Turkic, Northern. Region: Tuvin Ao. Also spoken in China, Mongolia)