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Albanian, Gheg
[aln] Debar, Gostivar, Kicevo, Kumanovo, Ohrid, Resen, Skopje, Struga, and Tetovo municipalities. Population: 524,000 in Macedonia (2016). Ethnic population: 509,000 (2002 census). Status: 2 (Provincial). Statutory provincial language in northern, western regions (1991, Constitution, Article 7(6)). Alternate Names: Geg, Gegnisht, Shqip, Shqyp. Classification: Indo-European, Albanian, Gheg.

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Aromanian
[rup] Bitola, Ohrid, Prilep, Resen, and Struga municipalities: Gevgelija, Kocani-Vinica, Krusevo, Kumanovo, Skopje, Stip, and Sveti Nikole; north of Ohrid and Presba lakes. Population: 8,320 in Macedonia (2016). Total users in all countries: 181,120. Status: 4 (Educational). Alternate Names: Armina, Armini, Aromunian, Arumanian, Arumenian, Macedo Romanian, Macedo-Rumanian, Vlach, Vlav. Autonym: Armani. Classification: Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Eastern.

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Balkan Gagauz Turkish
[bgx] Bitola and Kumanovo municipalities. Kumanovo area (Gagauz dialect); Bitola area (Yuruk dialect). Population: 2,020 in Macedonia (2016). Status: 6b* (Threatened). Alternate Names: Balkan Turkic. Dialects: Macedonian Gagauz, Yuruk (Konyar, Yoruk). Classification: Turkic, Southern, Turkish.

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Bosnian
[bos] Petrovec, Skopje, Veles and Zelenikovo municipalities. Population: 8,560 in Macedonia (2002 census). Ethnic population: 17,000 (2002 census). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Alternate Names: Serbo-Croatian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western.

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Macedonian
[mkd] Widespread. Population: 1,380,000 in Macedonia (2016). Ethnic population: 1,300,000 (2002 census). Total users in all countries: 1,620,290. Status: 1 (National). Statutory national language (1991, Constitution, Article 7(1)). Alternate Names: Macedonian Slavic. Autonym: македонски‎ (Makedonski), македонски јазик‎ (makedonski jazik). Dialects: Northern Macedonian, Southeastern Macedonian, Western Macedonian. Standard dialect recognized in 1944. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Eastern.

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Romani, Balkan
[rmn] Scattered. Population: 56,200 in Macedonia (2016). Ethnic population: 53,900 (2002 census). Status: 6a* (Vigorous). Alternate Names: Romani ćhib. Dialects: Arli (Arlije), Tinners Romani, Prilep, Bugurdži Romani (Arabadži, Kovački, Rabadži), Pazardžik Kalajdži. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Intermediate Divisions, Western, Romani, Balkan.

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Romani, Vlax
[rmy] Bitola, Dolneni, Ohrid, Prilep, and Resen municipalities. Population: Status: 6a* (Vigorous). Dialects: Gurbet (Das, Džambazi). Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Intermediate Divisions, Western, Romani, Vlax.

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Romanian, Megleno
[ruq] Gevgelija municipality. Population: 6,050 in Macedonia (2016). Status: 6b (Threatened). Classification: Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Eastern.

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Serbian
[srp] Kriva Palanka, Kumanovo, and Skopje municipalities. Population: 25,000 in Macedonia (2016). Ethnic population: 35,900 (2002 census). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Alternate Names: Serbo-Croatian. Dialects: Serbian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western.

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Turkish
[tur] Berovo, Bitola, Debar, Radovis, Struga, Strumica, and Valandovo municipalities. Population: 81,200 in Macedonia (2016). Ethnic population: 78,000 (2002 census). Status: 5* (Dispersed). Alternate Names: Osmanli, Türkçe. Dialects: Macedonian Turkish, Dinler. Classification: Turkic, Southern, Turkish.

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