Ukrainian leid

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Ukrainian
українська мова
ukrajinśka mova
Pronunciation [ukrɑˈjinʲsʲkɑ ˈmɔwɑ]
Native tae Ukraine
Ethnicity Ukrainians
Native speakers
35 million (2000)[1]
Speakers: aroond 40 million (estimatit)[2]
Early form
Cyrillic (Ukrainian alphabet)
Ukrainian Braille
Offeecial status
Offeecial leid in

 Ukraine

Recognised minority
leid in
Regulatit bi National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine: Institute for the Ukrainian Language, Ukrainian language-information fund, Potebnya Institute of Language Studies
Leid codes
ISO 639-1 uk
ISO 639-2 ukr
ISO 639-3 ukr
Glottolog ukra1253  Ukrainian[7]
Linguasphere 53-AAA-ed < 53-AAA-e
(varieties: 53-AAA-eda to 53-AAA-edq)
Ukrainian in the world.svg
Ukrainian-speakin warld
Ukrainians en.svg
Ukrainian leid an Ukrainians wi their neebours in the early 20t century.
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Ukrainian (Ukrainian: украї́нська мо́ва ukrayins'ka mova, [ukrɑˈjınʲsʲkɑ ˈmɔwɑ]) is a leid o the East Slavic subgroup o the Slavic leids. It is the offeecial state leid o Ukraine. Written Ukrainian uises a variant o the Cyrillic alphabet.

The Ukrainian leid traces its oreegins tae the Auld East Slavic o the early medieval state o Kievan Rus'. In its earlier stages it wis kent as Ruthenian. Ukrainian is a lineal descendant o the colloquial leid used in Kievan Rus (10t–13t century).[8] Despite active discouragement the Ukrainian leid haes continued tae exist an be uised bi Ukrainians. It haes aaways maintained a sufficient base amang the Ukrainian fowk in its fowklore sangs, itinerant muisickers, an prominent authors.

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  3. The status o Crimea an of the ceety o Sevastopol is syne March 2014 unner dispute atween Roushie an Ukraine; Ukraine an the majority o the internaitional commonty conseeder Crimea tae be an autonomous region o Ukraine an Sevastopol tae be ane o Ukraine's ceeties wi special status, whauras Roushie conseeders Crimea tae be a federal subject o Roushie an Sevastopol tae be ane o Roushie's three federal ceeties.
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