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Bavarian
[bar] Karlovy Vary and Plzen regions; Vysocina region: Jihlavsky. Population: 9,000 in Czechia (2005). Status: 5* (Developing). Alternate Names: Bavarian Austrian, Bayerisch, Boarisch. Dialects: Central Bavarian, North Bavarian, South Bavarian (Heanzian). Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, High German, German, Upper German, Bavarian-Austrian.

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Czech
[ces] Widespread. Population: 10,532,000 in Czechia, all users. L1 users: 10,400,000 in Czechia (European Commission 2012). L2 users: 132,000 (European Commission 2012). Total users in all countries: 13,386,850 (as L1: 10,704,850; as L2: 2,682,000). Status: 1 (National). De facto national language. Alternate Names: Bohemian. Autonym: Český jazyk, Čeština. 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, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, West, Czech-Slovak.

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Czech Sign Language
[cse] Scattered. Population: 10,000 (2014 EUD). EUD figure represents Deaf sign language users. 12,000 (2011 census). 51,500 (2014 IMB). Status: 5* (Developing). Alternate Names: CZJ, Český Znakový Jazyk. Dialects: None known. Possibly a distinct variety in Moravia. Partially intelligible with French Sign Language [fsl]. Classification: Sign language.

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English
[eng] Population: 2,867,200 in Czechia, all users. L1 users: 7,200 in Czechia (2011 census). L2 users: 2,860,000 (European Commission 2012). Status: 4 (Educational). Alternate Names: Angličtina. Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, English.

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German, Standard
[deu] Karlovy Vary and Ústí nad Labem regions; Erzgebirge mountain range. Population: 1,611,300 in Czechia, all users. L1 users: 21,300 in Czechia (2017 Eurostat). Based on nationality. L2 users: 1,590,000 (European Commission 2012). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Recognized language (2001, National Minority Rights Act No. 273, Article 2). Alternate Names: Deutsch, Němec. Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, High German, German, Middle German, East Middle German.

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Polish
[pol] Moravia-Silesia region: Frydek-Mistek district. Population: 33,600 in Czechia (2011 census). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Recognized language (2001, National Minority Rights Act No. 273, Article 2). Alternate Names: Polština. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, West, Lechitic.

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Romani, Carpathian
[rmc] Scattered. Population: 2,710 in Czechia (2011 census). Status: 6b* (Threatened). Recognized language (2001, National Minority Rights Act No. 273, Article 2). Alternate Names: Bashaldo, Hungarian-Slovak Romani, Karpacki Roma, Romungro. Dialects: Moravian Romani, East Slovak Romani, West Slovak Romani. Not intelligible of Vlax Romani [rmy] or Angloromani [rme]. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Intermediate Divisions, Western, Romani, Northern.

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Romani, Sinte
[rmo] Scattered. Population: 5,100 in Czechia (2004). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Recognized language (2001, National Minority Rights Act No. 273, Article 2). Alternate Names: Romanes, Sinte, Sinti, Tsigane. Dialects: Lallere. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Intermediate Divisions, Western, Romani, Northern.

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Rusyn
[rue] Hlavni Mesto; Prague area. Population: 780 in Czechia (2011 census). Status: 6a* (Vigorous). Recognized language (2001, National Minority Rights Act No. 273, Article 2). Alternate Names: Carpathian, Carpatho-Rusyn, Ruthenian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, East.

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Silesian, Lower
[sli] Moravia-Silesia and Olomouc regions. Population: 10,900 in Czechia (2001 census). Status: 6a* (Vigorous). Alternate Names: Upper Schlesisch. Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, High German, German, Middle German, East Middle German.

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Slovak
[slk] Major cities. Population: 1,854,000 in Czechia, all users. L1 users: 154,000 in Czechia (2011 census). L2 users: 1,700,000 (European Commission 2012). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Recognized language (2001, National Minority Rights Act No. 273, Article 2). Alternate Names: Slovenčina, Slovenský Jazyk. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, West, Czech-Slovak.

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