Burushaski

ISO 639-3 Code : bsk
ISO 639-2/B Code : -
ISO 639-2/T Code : -
ISO 639-1 Code : -
Scope : Individual
Language Type : Living

Names of Languages ISO 639-3 . 2013.

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  • Burushaski — Gesprochen in Pakistan Sprecher 100.000 Linguistische Klassifikation Isolierte Sprache Burushaski …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Burúshaski — Burushaski Gesprochen in Pakistan Sprecher 100.000 Linguistische Klassifikation Isolierte Sprache Burushaski Sprachcodes …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • burushaski — ● burushaski ou bourouchaski nom masculin Langue parlée à l extrême nord du Pakistan par environ 30 000 locuteurs. (C est une langue complètement isolée, sans parenté reconnue.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Burushaski — Bourouchaski Bourouchaski Parlée au Pakistan Nombre de locuteurs 87000 Classification par famille     Hors classification (isolats)        Bourouchaski (Dérivée de la classification …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Burushaski — /boor euh shah skee/, n. a language of NW Kashmir, not known to be related to any other language. * * * …   Universalium

  • Burushaski — noun A language of NW Kashmir, not known to be related to any other language …   Wiktionary

  • burushaski — bu·ru·shas·ki …   English syllables

  • burushaski — ˌbu̇rəˈshäskē noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized : a language of unknown affinity spoken in northwestern Kashmir, India * * * /boor euh shah skee/, n. a language of NW Kashmir, not known to be related to any other language …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burushaski language — language familycolor=Isolate name=Burushaski region=Northern Areas, Pakistan, Jammu Kashmir speakers=87,000 (2000) iso3=bskBurushaski ( ur. بروشسکی burūšaskī) is a language isolate not known to be related to any other language of the world. [… …   Wikipedia

  • Burushaski language —       language spoken by the Burusho people living in the Gilgit territory of northwestern Kashmir. Burushaski is a “language isolate,” not known to be related to any other language of the world.       Among the grammatical characteristics of… …   Universalium

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