Italské periodické tabulky Furlanstina - Periodicka tabulka ve furlanstine, ktera se pouziva v autonomni oblasti na severu Italie Ladin (Val Badia) Periodic Table of the Elements Ladin (Gardenese) Periodic Table of the Elements Ladino Cadorino (Venas) Periodic Table of the Elements Ladina di Lozzo di Cadore  Periodic Table of the Elements CembranoTavola periodica degli elementi Veneto - Periodicka tabulka ve venetstine, ktera se pouziva v oblasti na severu Italie Paduan (central dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Verona (dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Venezian (dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Orien (dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Feltrin-Belunexe  (dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Dolomiti (dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Alto (dialect Veneto) Periodic Table Lombardie - Periodicka tabulka v Lombardstine, ktera se pouziva v Lombardii v Itálii a v Ticinu ve Svycarsku BrescianoTavola periodica degli elementi CamunoTavola periodica degli elementi Piedmontese - Periodicka tabulka v piemontstine, ktera se pouziva na severu Italie Dialetto di Intra - Verbania  Periodic Table of the Elements Valsesiano (Valduggesse) Periodic Table of the Elements Liguria Periodic Table of the Elements Genoese Periodic Table of the Elements Soldano Periodic Table of the Elements di Pietra Ligure Periodic Table of the Elements EMILIANO-ROMAGNOLO ( EMIGLIAN, Emiliano, Sanmarinese )  Periodic Tables of the Elements -  flag San Marino Bolognese  Periodic Tables of the Elements -  flag San Marino Sanmartinese (Molisano) Periodic Table of the Elements Neapolitan - Periodická tabulka v neapolštině (Neapol město v Itálii). Použita vlajka Neapole. Pannese Periodic Table of the Elements Morrese Periodic Table of the Elements Coratino (variant dialetto Barese) Tavola periodica degli elementi Trecchinese Tavola periodica degli elementi Northern Calabrese Periodic Table of the Elements Southern Calabrese Periodic Table of the Elements

Language: [Emiliano-Romagnolo] Dialects:[Bolognese][Ferrarese][Mantovano][varianta Modenese Carpigiano][Parmigiano (Parmesan)][Piacentino]

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Carpigiano Periodic Table of the Elements Periodická tabulka v karpigarštině (Emilio Romano]


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EMILIANO-ROMAGNOLO ( EMIGLIÀN, Emiliano, Sanmarinese )

A language spoken by 2,000,000 people in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.

CarpigianoEmiliano-Romagnolo (Sanmarinese) languageEmiliano-Romagnolo (Sanmarinese) language

  Western Emiliano (Piacentino and Pavese-Vogherese)
  Massese (mixed with some Tuscan principles)
  Central-Western Emiliano (Parmigiano)
  Central Emiliano (Reggiano and Modenese)
  Southern Emiliano (Bolognese)
  Northeastern Emiliano (Ferrarese and Mantovano)
  Northern Romagnolo
  Southern Romagnolo
Languages spoken in Italy

Pader noster,
ch' t'ì in zil,
sia santificâ al to nom,
vegna al to regn,
sia fatta com in zil la to vuluntâ anc in têrra.
Dazz'incù al noster pan per sustintameint
e dscanzella i nuster dêbit,
com nú i dscanzlein a qui,
ch'ein nuster debitur
e en' permetter ch'a z'arrindamn' alla tentazion,
ma liberez' dal mal.
E aqusé sia.

Contributed by Andrea De Vecchi - E-mail

Note: Usage by country - Home Speakers: All of the Italian administrative Region Emilia-Romagna except for the area which speaks Rumagnôl; parts of the neighbouring Regions Lombardia and Toscana, a small part of Veneto. History - It belongs to the Indo-European family, Romance group and is intelligible to a potential group of 4 000 000 people, to which one can add the 400 000 who understand Rumagnôl, the dialect of Romagna : actually Emigliàn and Rumagnôl, called in Italian "emiliano" and "romagnolo", form a single group of closely related dialects, whose characteristics are quite different from the Italian literary language normally used in official situations. The Ethnologue says: "A structurally separate language from Italian". Bulgnais (called "bolognese" in Italian), is the Emigliàn dialect spoken in the capital city of Emilia-Romagna. Its mainly characteristics (typical diphtongs, lack of double consonants, large use of pronouns, a simplified verbal conjugation on the French model and a large part of its vocabulary) are largely shared by all Emigliàn dialects.

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