Bohtan Neo-Aramaic

ISO 639-3 Code : bhn
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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