[ces] West: Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia. 10,400,000 in Czech Republic (ELDIA 2012). Population total all countries: 10,619,340. Status: 1 (National). De facto national language. Alternate Names: Bohemian, Cestina Dialects: Central Bohemian, Czecho-Moravian, Hanak, Lach (Yalach), Northeast Bohemian, Southwest Bohemian. All Czech and Slovak dialects mutually inherently intelligible. Czech is also intelligible with Polish [pol]. Classification: Indo-European, Slavic, West, Czech-Slovak Comments: Christian.
Czech Sign Language
[rmc] Central, Bohemia, and Moravia. 40,400 in Czech Republic (2011 census). Population total all countries: 151,500. Status: 5 (Developing). Alternate Names: Bashaldo, Hungarian-Slovak Romani, Romungro Dialects: East Slovakian Romani, Moravian Romani, West Slovakian Romani. Not intelligible of Vlax Romani [rmy] or Angloromani [rme]. A member of macrolanguage Romany [rom]. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central zone, Romani, Northern Comments: Ethnic groups: Sárvika Romá (north and east Slovakia), Ungrike Romá (southSlovakia). Ethnonym: Karpacki Roma. Christian.
[rmo] 5,100 in Czech Republic (2004). Status: 5 (Developing). Alternate Names: Rommanes, Sinte, Sinti, Tsigane Dialects: Lallere. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central zone, Romani, Northern Comments: Lallere ancestors came from Czech Republic. Ethnic group: Sasítka Romá. Christian.
[slk] 235,000 in Czech Republic (2011 census). L2 users: 1,690,000 in Czech Republic (ELDIA 2012). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Statutory language of national identity (1992, Fundamental Rights Charter, Resolution of 10 December, Articles 24,25). Classification: Indo-European, Slavic, West, Czech-Slovak