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Carpathian Romani

Carpathian Romani
Central Romani
Native toPoland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Ukraine, Slovenia
Native speakers
150,000 in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Ukraine (2001 & 2011 censuses)[1]
Indo-European
Language codes
ISO 639-3rmc
Glottologcarp1235
ELPCarpathian Romani
Romany dialects Central.svg

Carpathian Romani, also known as Central Romani or Romungro Romani, is a group of dialects of the Romani language spoken from southern Poland to Hungary, and from eastern Austria to Ukraine.

North Central Romani is one of a dozen of major dialect groups within Romani, an Indo-Aryan language of Europe. The North Central dialects of Romani are traditionally spoken by some subethnic groups of the Romani people in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia (with the exception of its southwestern and south-central regions), southeastern Poland, the Transcarpathia province of Ukraine, and parts of Romanian Transylvania. There are also established outmigrant communities of North Central Romani speakers in the United States, and recent outmigrant communities in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, and some other Western European countries.

Dialects

Elšík[2] uses this classification and dialect examples (geographical information from Matras[3]):

Sub-group Dialect Place
Northern Central Bohemian Czech Republic (extinct after Porajmos)
West Slovak Slovakia
East Slovak Slovakia, Czech Republic
South Polish Poland
Gurvari Gurvari Hungary[4]
Southern Central Romungro Hungary
Roman Austria
Vend Hungary, Slovenia

Bibliography

  • Boretzky, Norbert. 1999. Die Gliederung der Zentralen Dialekte und die Beziehungen zwischen Südlichen Zentralen Dialekten (Romungro) und Südbalkanischen Romani-Dialekten. In: Halwachs, Dieter W. and Florian Menz (eds.) Die Sprache der Roma. Perspektiven der Romani-Forschung in Österreich im interdisziplinären und internazionalen Kontext. Klagenfurt: Drava. 210–276.
  • Elšík, Viktor, Milena Hübschmannová, and Hana Šebková. 1999. The Southern Central (ahi-imperfect) Romani dialects of Slovakia and northern Hungary. In: Halwachs, Dieter W. and Florian Menz (eds.) Die Sprache der Roma. Perspektiven der Romani-Forschung in Österreich im interdisziplinären und internazionalen Kontext. Klagenfurt: Drava. 277–390.
  • Elšík, Viktor. 2003. Interdialect contact of Czech (and Slovak) Romani varieties. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 162, 41–62.
  • Elšík, Viktor, and Yaron Matras. 2006. Markedness and language change: The Romani sample. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Koptová, Anna. (2011). Slovensko-rómsky, rómsko-slovenský slovník = Slovačiko-romano, romano-slovačiko lavustik = Slovaćiqo-rromano, rromano-slovaćiqo lavustik. Koptová, Martina. (1. vyd ed.). Košice: Nadácia Dobrá Rómska Víla Kesaj. ISBN 978-80-970999-0-9. OCLC 854687874.

References

  1. ^ Carpathian Romani at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. ^ Elšík, Viktor (1999). "Dialect variation in Romani personal pronouns" (PDF). p. 2. Retrieved 17 September 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Matras, Yaron (2002). Romani: A Linguistic Introduction, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-02330-0
  4. ^ "ROMLEX: Romani Dialects". romani.uni-graz.at.



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