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Albanian, Gheg
[aln] 7,180 (2003 UNSD). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Recognized language (2000, Slovenian Ratification, ECRML). Alternate Names: Shqyp. Classification: Indo-European, Albanian, Gheg. Comments: Non-indigenous.

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Croatian
[hrv] 1,322,300 in Slovenia, all users. L1 users: 72,300 (2003 UNSD). L2 users: 1,250,000 (European Commission 2012). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Recognized language (2000, Slovenian Ratification, ECRML). Alternate Names: Hrvatski, Serbo-Croatian. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western. Comments: Non-indigenous.

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German, Standard
[deu] 862,630 in Slovenia, all users. L1 users: 1,630 (2003 UNSD). L2 users: 861,000 (European Commission 2012). Status: 5 (Dispersed). Recognized language (2000, Slovenian Ratification, ECRML). Alternate Names: Deutsch, Nemški. Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, High German, German, Middle German, East Middle German. Comments: Non-indigenous.

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Hungarian
[hun] Northeast, Pomursko Region, Hungary border. 8,700 (Laakso et al 2013). Status: 2 (Provincial). Statutory provincial language in Prekmurje region (1991, Constitution, Article 64). Alternate Names: Madžarski, Magyar. Classification: Uralic. Comments: Non-indigenous. Acknowledged as autochthonous (indigenous) communities and protected by the constitution.

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Italian
[ita] Obalno-kraska Region, Piran and Isola municipalities. 3,760 (2003 UNSD). Status: 2 (Provincial). Statutory provincial language in Istria (1991, Constitution, Article 64). Alternate Names: Italiano, Italijanski. Classification: Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Italo-Western, Italo-Dalmatian. Comments: Acknowledged as autochthonous communities and protected by the constitution.

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Romani, Carpathian
[rmc] Pomurska region, Kuzma municipality, Gornji Slaveci, near Murska Sobota. 3,830 (2003 UNSD). Status: 5 (Developing). Statutory language of national identity (1991, Constitution, Article 65). Dialects: Prekmurski Romani. Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Intermediate Divisions, Western, Romani, Northern. Comments: Non-indigenous.

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Russian
[rus] 30,000 in Slovenia (Arefyev 2012), all users. Status: 5 (Dispersed). Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, East. Comments: Non-indigenous.

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Slovene
[slv] Widespread. 1,910,000 (European Commission 2012). Total users in all countries: 2,104,630. Status: 1 (National). Statutory national language (1991, Constitution, Article 11). Alternate Names: Slovenian. Autonym: Slovenski jezik, Slovenščina. Dialects: Lower Carniola, Upper Carniola, Stajerski, Primorski, Prekmurski. The literary dialect between the 2 main dialects is based on Dolenjsko. Dialects diverse. Classification: Indo-European, Balto-Slavic, Slavic, South, Western.

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Slovene Sign Language
[ysl] Scattered. 1,000 (2014 Association of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Slovenia). 2,500–3,000 (2004 M. Debecv et al). 1,000 sign language users, 1,500 Deaf (2014 Association of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Slovenia). Status: 5 (Developing). Recognized language (2006, Law 96, Use of Slovene Sign Language, Section 1). Alternate Names: SZJ, Slovenian Sign Language, Slovenski Znakovni Jezik, Yugoslavian Sign Language. Classification: Sign language. Comments: Non-indigenous. 44 sign language interpreters (2014 EUD). Christian.

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