Aragonese language

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Aragonese
aragonés
Pronunciation [aɾaɡoˈnes]
Native to Spain
Region Aragon; center and north of the province of Huesca and north of province of Zaragoza.
Native speakers
10,000 (30,000 total)
Early form
Latin (Aragonese alphabet)
Official status
Official language in
 Aragon (Native language)
Regulated by Academia d'a Luenga Aragonesa
Language codes
ISO 639-1 an
ISO 639-2 arg
ISO 639-3 arg
Linguasphere 51-AAA-d
Bariedaz lingüisticas d'Aragón.png
Map of Aragón with the Aragonese dialects of Northern Aragón in gray, blue and light orange.
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The Aragonese language is spoken in the north of Aragon. The Aragonese is similar to other near languages: Spanish language, Catalan and Occitan. Also there are a lot of words in Aragonese similar to Basque words. About 10,000 people speak Aragonese. Aragonese is a Romance language.