Ldi umuɣ agejdan

Talmant (assaɣ ayman: Deutsch) d yiwet n tutlayt Taǧermant tutrimt igan d yiwen n ufurk seg twacult n tutlayin tihendurupyin, Talmant tettumeslay s talɣa tagejdant deg Uruppa talemmast anda i tga d tutlayt tamaddudt n Tegduda n Lalman tadukklant d tegduda Tutrict d umazan n Liechtenstein akken daɣen i tga d yiwet seg kuẓ (4) n tutlayin tinamurin n Teswist d yiwet daɣen seg 3 n tutlayin timaddudin n tdukt n Luxembourg yakk d yiwet seg tutlayin timaddudin n Tgelda n Biljik (Tamɣiwent yessawalen Talmant n Biljik) yakk d tutlayt tamaddudt deg tama n unẓul n Tyrol id yezgan deg ugafa n tegduda n Italy, yakk d tutlayt n tadersi Jutland n unẓul yeṭṭafaren tamurt n Danmaṛk
Tutlayin tiǧermanin n umalu n iden am Tefrikanist d Tehullandit d Tegnizt d Tefrist d Telmant taddayt d Tyidict d gid-ak yakk yettemcabin s waṭas ar Telmant akken daɣen yella kra wemcabi s tfesniwin yemgaraden yakk d Tdanict d Tnerwijt d Teswidt yeṭṭafaren afurk agafay n tutlayin tiǧermanin
Talmant d tutlayt Taǧermant tis snat deg wemdan n imsawalen seld n Teglizt

Talmant
Deutsch
Abdar dɔʏtʃ
Aẓaran deg Asegder arakal i yemsawalen n Telmant
Tamnaḍt Lalman d tmura n iden
Azdar

Imsawalen s Telmant

At tutlayt tayemmat
90 million (2010)[1] to 95 million (2014)[2]
L2 speakers: 10–15 million (2014)[2][3]
Talɣiwin tizikanin
Standard forms
Agemmay Alatin (German alphabet)
German Braille
Signed German, LBG
(Lautsprachbegleitende / Lautbegleitende Gebärden)
Addad amaddud
Tamaddudt deg

Several international institutions
Recognised minority language in
Regulated by

No official regulation

(German orthography regulated by the Council for German Orthography[4]).
Ingalen n tutlayt
ISO 639-1 de
ISO 639-2 ger (B)
deu (T)
ISO 639-3

Variously:
deu – German
gmh – Middle High German
goh – Old High German
gct – Colonia Tovar German
bar – Bavarian
cim – Cimbrian
geh – Hutterite German
ksh – Kölsch
nds – Low GermanTuccḍa n temsisɣelt: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no name must have content
sli – Lower Silesian
ltz – LuxembourgishTuccḍa n temsisɣelt: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no name must have content
vmf – Mainfränkisch
mhn – Mòcheno
pfl – Palatinate German
pdc – Pennsylvania German
pdt – PlautdietschTuccḍa n temsisɣelt: Invalid <ref> tag;

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swg – Swabian German
gsw – Swiss German
uln – Unserdeutsch
sxu – Upper Saxon
wae – Walser German
wep – Westphalian
hrx – Riograndenser Hunsrückisch
yec – Yenish
Glottolog high1287  High Franconian[5]
uppe1397  Upper German[6]
Linguasphere
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  (Co-)D tamaddudt, d tutlayt n tigti
  D tamaddudt Maca mači d tutlayt n tigti
  D tutlayt tadelsant n tdersi
  Non-statutory minority language

Talmant d yiwet gar tutlayin timadlanin timeqranin acku tga d tutlayt tayemmat i wugar n 100 n imelyan n yemdanen deg umadal, akken i tga d tutlayt tamezwart deg tiddukla n Turuft akken daɣen i tga d tutlayt tis snat (s tezfi yakk d Tefrensist) seld n Teglizt ayen ara ad tt-yeǧǧen d tutlayt tis snat deg tiddukla n Uruppa seld Taglizit

Asegder arakalẒreg

Uruppa

Talmant tettusexdem deg ansa amezwar deg Lalman anda tga d tutlayt tayemmat n 95% n imezdaɣ-is, 89% deg Tutrict, 65% di Teswist akken i tga d tutlayt n tigti deg Liechtenstein, akken daɣen i tella Telmant d tutlayt n tdersi deg kra n tamiwin d igezduyen n Ṭelyan d Danmaṛk, Akken daɣen i llant kra n timɣiwanin yettmeslayen s Telmant deg kra n imuren n tmurt n Ččik d Hungaria d Puḷunya d Rumanya yakk d kra n tmura n iden ur nli (ur nesɛi) tilisa s Lalman am Kazaxistan d Qubrus d Sirbya

 
Tamusni n Uruppa s tutlayt Talmant

Deg uzaɣar n Uruppa

Amzegraw ameqran yakk n imsawalen s Telmant deg uzaɣar n Uruppa d win yellan deg Iwunak Yeddukklen n Marikan d Kanada d Brazil d Tarjentint anda imelyan n Ilmanen gguǧǧen ar tmura ayyi seg 200 n iseggasen-a yezrin maca tura azgen ameqran n warraw-nsen ur ttmeslayen ara Talment

Imeslayen imezdayen yakk d TegliztẒreg

Aẓaṛ n tutlayt Taglizit yettuɣal ar Telmant anda iminigen Ilmanen ddmen tutlayt-a ar Bṛitanya

Asuffeɣ n Telmant ar umadalẒreg

TiwelhiwinẒreg

  1. Mikael Parkvall, "Världens 100 största språk 2010" (The World's 100 Largest Languages in 2010), in Nationalencyklopedin
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ammon, Ulrich (2014). Die Stellung der deutschen Sprache in der Welt (in Talmant) (1st ed.). Berlin: de Gruyter. ISBN 978-3-11-019298-8. Retrieved 24 July 2015.
  3. Tuccḍa n temsisɣelt: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named eurobarometer
  4. "Rat für deutsche Rechtschreibung – Über den Rat". Rechtschreibrat.ids-mannheim.de. Retrieved 11 October 2010.
  5. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "High Franconian". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
  6. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Alpine Germanic". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.