Belgorian language

Ⲃⲓⲉⲗⲅⲟⲣϣⲧⲓⲓⲛⲁ - Bělgoršťina
Belgorian cultural flag
Pronunciation/biɛlgorʃtʲina/ Speaker Icon.svg
Native to
RegionSlavic Belt in Thuadia
EthnicityBelgorian Slavs
Native speakers
L1: 108,715,000
L2: 23,712,000
FL: 3,510,000
Standard forms
The New Grammar for the Monteblanquoise language
Official status
Official language in
Recognised minority
language in
Language codes
ISO 639-1MB
ISO 639-2MBG
ISO 639-3MBG
Distribution of the language
     Absolute majority
     >30% of native speakers
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Ⲁ ⲁ
Ⲃ ⲃ
Ⲅ ⲅ
Ⲇ ⲇ
ⲆⲒ ⲇⲓ
/dʲ ~ ɟ/
Ⲉ ⲉ
/ɛ ~ e/
Ⲋ ⲋ
Ⲍ ⲍ
Ⲏ ⲏ
Ⲑ ⲑ
/ð ~ θ/
Ⲓ ⲓ
/i ~ j/
Ⲕ ⲕ
Ⲗ ⲗ
Ⲙ ⲙ
Ⲛ ⲛ
ⲚⲒ ⲛⲓ
/nʲ ~ ɲ/
Ⲝ ⲝ
Ⲟ ⲟ
/ɔ ~ o/
Ⲡ ⲡ
Ⲣ ⲣ
/r ~ ɾ/
Ⲥ ⲥ
Ⲧ ⲧ
ⲦⲒ ⲧⲓ
/tʲ ~ c/
Ⲩ ⲩ
Ⲫ ⲫ
/pʰ ~ f/
Ⲭ ⲭ
Ⲯ ⲯ
Ⲱ ⲱ
Ϣ ϣ
Ϥ ϥ
Ϧ ϧ
Ⳉ ⳉ
Ϩ ϩ
Ϫ ϫ
Ϭ ϭ
Ϯ ϯ
Ⳁ ⳁ
  1. Official languages of the Sekidean Union are official languages of countries that are members. Therefore, Belgorian is considered an official language, although on the international basis, Common is used the most.