زۊن رۊسی

د ڤیکیپئدیا، دوٙنئسمأنامه آزاد
پرش به ناوبری پرش به جستجو
Russian
русский язык[۱]
russkiy yazyk
گوتٱ بیئن [ˈruskʲɪj jɪˈzɨk]
هٱچایٱ بیئنی د Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and other neighbouring Post-Soviet states
شومارٱ هٱچایٱکون ۱۵۰ million  (2010)[۲]
260 million (L1 plus L2 speakers) (2012)[۳]
هۊنڤادٱ زۊن
سامۊنٱ نیسٱنن Cyrillic (Russian alphabet)
Russian Braille
رٱڤشت جاڤٱنن
زۊن جاڤٱنٱ د
یاٛ گئل زۊن کمترۊنٱ د
زۊن میزۊنکاری بیٱ Russian Language Institute[۱۶] at the Russian Academy of Sciences
رارینٱیا زۊن
ISO 639-1 ru
ISO 639-2 rus
ISO 639-3 rus
Linguasphere 53-AAA-ea < 53-AAA-e
(varieties: 53-AAA-eaa to 53-AAA-eat)
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States where Russian is an official language (dark blue) or spoken as a first or second language by 30% or more of the population (teal)
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زون روسی (وه روسی: русский язык، گوتن: روسکیی ییزیک) پرقسه کننه تری زون اوروپا هئ و د مینجا زونیا اسلاوی بیشترین ز یک تیچسه یی نه داره.

ای زون د اوروپای افتوزنون و شمال افتونشین آسیا و بیشتر د روسیه و ولاتیا هنی که اندوم شوروی دمایی بیئن واش قسه بوئه.


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