Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan
A country in Asia
The number of individual languages listed for Uzbekistan is 11. All are living languages. Of these, 5 are indigenous and 6 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 2 are institutional, 7 are developing, 1 is vigorous, and 1 is dying.
Official Name
Republic of Uzbekistan
Population Full

31,848,000 (2016 World Bank)

Principal Languages
Northern Uzbek, Russian
Literacy Rate
99% (2017 Our World in Data: Univ. of Oxford)
Immigrant Languages
Bashkort (42,600), Belarusian (19,100), Chechen, Chuvash (12,300), Dargwa (2,400), Dungan (1,600), Eastern Yiddish, Erzya (14,600), Georgian (5,700), Ingush, Iranian Persian (30,400), Karachay-Balkar (500), Kyrgyz (420,000), Lak (3,400), Lezgi (3,700), Lithuanian (2,000), North Azerbaijani (54,500), Ossetic (7,100), Parya (1,000), Romanian (7,300), Tabasaran (500), Tajiki Spoken Arabic, Tatar (430,000), Turkmen (149,000), Ukrainian (48,600), Uyghur (43,800)
General References
Akiner 1983, Campbell and King 2011, Paper 1978, Sebeok 1963
Deaf Population
22,060
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Uzbekistan is 11. All are living languages. Of these, 5 are indigenous and 6 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 2 are institutional, 7 are developing, 1 is vigorous, and 1 is dying.
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