زڤون ڤلزی

د ڤیکیپدیا، دونسمنامٱ آزاد
پرش به ناوبری پرش به جستجو
Welsh
Cymraeg, y Gymraeg
گوتٱ بیئن چوٙأ:IPA-cy
هٱچایٱ بیئنی د United Kingdom (Wales, England), Argentina (Chubut Province)
شومارٱ هٱچایٱکوݩ

All UK speakers: 700,000+ (2012)[۱]

  • Wales: 562,016 speakers (19.0% of the population of Wales),[۲] (data from 2011 Census); All skills (speaking, reading, or writing): 630,062 language users[۳] / 898,700 in 2018 according to the Annual Population Survey[۴]
  • England: 110,000–150,000 (estimated)
  • Argentina: 1,500-5,000[۵][۶]
  • Canada: L1,<3,885[۷]
  • United States: ~2,235 (2009–2013)  (2017)
هونڤادٱ زڤون
سامونٱ نیسٱنن Latin (Welsh alphabet)
Welsh Braille
رٱڤشت جاڤٱنن
زڤون جاڤٱنٱ د چوٙأ:Country data Wales
زڤون میزونکاری بیٱ Aled Roberts, the Welsh Language Commissioner (since 1 April 2019)[۸] and the Welsh Government (Llywodraeth Cymru)
رارینٱیا زڤون
ISO 639-1 cy
ISO 639-2 wel (B)
cym (T)
ISO 639-3 cym
Linguasphere 50-ABA
ایٛ بٱلگٱ د رٱڤشت IPA کاْ د لۏری مینجایی مۊٱ یونیکود دیٛاری میکٱ. هامینداری یونیکود، سی یٱنٱ کاْ جا پیٛنیاریٛا یونیکود، ڤا نشونٱیا پورس کردن، چارسيکیٛا ناْ سئیل بٱکيت.

زڤون ڤلزی (ڤ ڤلزی: Cymraeg - اْنڳلٛیسی: Welsh) یاٛ زڤون دمادار سلتی ٱ کاْ زایارٱ ڤلز ڤش دبریتانیا هٱچایٱ مؽکٱن . اؽ زڤون ایساْ زڤون ۲۰٪ زایارٱ ڤلز ئٱ ۉ د ٱنازٱ بؽشترؽ د اؽ ٱنازٱ دش زڤون بلٱلٱن. بؽشتر زایارٱ اؽ راساگٱ اْنڳلٛیسی هٱم دونٱن.


ساوقٱ[آلشتکاری]

نیسموݩ[آلشتکاری]

ڤلاتشناسی هٱچایٱ کنؽا[آلشتکاری]

د بریتانیا د اؽ راساگٱیا ڤش هٱچایٱ مۊئٱ ،ینٱ نٱشخٱ ڤلات ڤلز ٱː

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سرچشمٱ[آلشتکاری]

  1. Jones, Hywel M (February 2012). "A statistical overview of the Welsh language". Cardiff: Welsh Language Board. p. 115. http://www.byig-wlb.org.uk/English/publications/Publications/A%20statistical%20overview%20of%20the%20Welsh%20languagef2.pdf. 
  2. "Welsh speakers by local authority, gender and detailed age groups, 2011 Census". statswales.gov.wales. 11 December 2012. https://statswales.gov.wales/Catalogue/Welsh-Language/WelshSpeakers-by-LocalAuthority-Gender-DetailedAgeGroups-2011Census. [permanent dead link]
  3. "Data Viewer – Nomis – Official Labour Market Statistics". http://www.nomisweb.co.uk/census/2011/QS206WA/view/2092957700?cols=measures. 
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  5. Devine, Darren (2013-03-30). "Patagonia's Welsh settlement was 'cultural colonialism' says academic". Cardiff: Trinity Mirror. https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/patagonias-welsh-settlement-cultural-colonialism-2514111. "Now, though 50,000 Patagonians are thought to be of Welsh descent, the number of Welsh speakers is believed to be between only 1,500 and 5,000.The Welsh language is spoken more in north wales" 
  6. "Wales and Patagonia". Welsh Government. http://www.wales.com/Patagonia. "Today the province of Chubut, where most Welsh immigrants settled, has a population of 550,000 people. Of these, some 50,000 can claim Welsh ancestry and 5,000 speak the Welsh language." 
  7. "Population of immigrant mother tongue families, showing main languages comprising each family, Canada, 2011". http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2011/as-sa/98-314-x/2011003/tbl/tbl3_2-1-eng.cfm. 
  8. خطای لوآ در ماجول:Citation/CS1/en در خط 257: Argument map not defined for this variable.