Turkmenistan

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Turkmenistan
A country in Asia
The number of individual languages listed for Turkmenistan is 7. Of these, 6 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 2 are indigenous and 4 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 3 are developing, and 2 are vigorous.
Official Name
Republic of Turkmenistan
Population Full

5,663,000 (2017 World Bank)

Principal Languages
Turkmen
Literacy Rate
100% (2017 Our World in Data: Univ. of Oxford)
Immigrant Languages
Bashkort (5,900), Belarusian (7,200), Brahui (1,600), Chuvash (2,800), Dargwa (2,000), Dungan, Eastern Yiddish (3,100), Erzya (3,200), Georgian (1,200), Iranian Persian (8,000), Karakalpak (3,800), Kazakh (106,000), Korean (3,600), Lak (3,000), Lezgi (13,100), North Azerbaijani (42,200), Ossetic (3,000), Romanian (1,560), Southern Pashto (1,500), Tabasaran (180), Tajik (3,900), Tatar (47,800), Ukrainian (22,200), Uyghur (1,600)
General References
Sebeok 1963
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Turkmenistan is 7. Of these, 6 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 2 are indigenous and 4 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 3 are developing, and 2 are vigorous.
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