Romansh leid

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Romansh
Rumantsch, Rumàntsch,
Romauntsch, Romontsch
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Frae tap left tae bottom richt: Sutsilvan inscription on a hoose in Andeer, Sursilvan hoose inscription in Trun, Rumantsch Grischun sign in the Swiss Naitional Pairk, Vallader Sgraffito in Guarda.
Pronunciation [rʊˈmantʃ], [ʁoˈmɔntʃ], [rʊˈmɛntʃ], [rʊˈmaʊ̯ntʃ], [rʊˈmœntʃ]
Spoken natively in Swisserland
Region Grisons (Graubünden)
Ethnicity Romansh Swiss
Native speakers 36,600 (main leid)  (2012)[1]
60,000 (regular speakers) (2000)[2]
Leid faimlie
Staundart forms
Putèr
Sutsilvan
Surmiran
Sursilvan
Vallader
Dialects
Writin seestem Laitin
Offeecial status
Offeecial leid in  Swisserland
Leid codes
ISO 639-1 rm
ISO 639-2 roh
ISO 639-3 roh
Linguasphere 51-AAA-k
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The tradeetional Romansh-speakin pairts o Swisserland (dark green)
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Romansh (an aa spelled Romansch, Rumantsch, or Romanche; Romansh: Aboot this soond rumantsch , rumàntsch, Aboot this soond romauntsch  or Aboot this soond romontsch ) is a Romance leid spoken predominantly in the sootheastren Swiss canton o Grisons (Graubünden), whaur it haes offeecial status alangside German an Italian an is uised as the medium o instruction in schuils in Romansh-speakin auries.

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