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 (last updated 2001-04-26)

In "Tags for the Identification of Languages" [BCP47,RFC3066] there is a provision for listing unique "tags" or names for languages and variants of languages.  This document summaries the list of assigned language tags.

Assigned Language Tags

Tag          Description                   Reference   Notes
-----------  ----------------------------- ---------   ---------

art-lojban   Lojban                        [Cowan]

cel-gaulish  Gaulish                       [Lilley]

en-scouse    English Liverpudlian dialect  [Szlamp]
             known as 'Scouse'

i-ami        Amis                            [Tai]

i-bnn        Bunun                         [Tai]

i-default    Default Language Context      [RFC2277]

i-hak        Hakka                         [Tai]       Deprecated use IETF
                                                       zh-hakka, registered
                                                       Jan. 10,2000
i-klingon    Klingon                     [Everson]

i-lux        Luxembourgish            [Wimmer]    Deprecated use ISO
                                                       639 lb, registered
                                                       Sept. 9, 1998
i-mingo      Mingo                        [Burke]

i-navajo     Navajo                          [Burke]     Deprecated
                                                       use ISO 639 nv, registered
                                                       Feb. 18, 2000
i-pwn        Paiwan                        [Tai]

i-tao        Tao                           [Tai]

i-tay        Tayal                         [Tai]

i-tsu      Tsou                          [Tai]

no-bok       Norwegian "Book language"                 Deprecated use ISO
                                                       639 nb, registered
                                                       Feb. 18, 2000

no-nyn       Norwegian "New Norwegian"                 Deprecated use ISO
                                                       639 nn, registered
                                                       Feb. 18, 2000
sgn-BE-fr    Belgian-French Sign Language  [Everson]

sgn-BE-nl    Belgian-Flemish Sign Language [Everson]

sgn-BR       Brazilian Sign Language       [Everson]

sgn-CH-de    Swiss German Sign Language    [Everson]

sgn-CO       Colombian Sign Language       [Everson]

sgn-DE       German Sign Language          [Everson]

sgn-DK       Danish Sign Language          [Everson]

sgn-ES       Spanish Sign Language         [Everson]

sgn-FR       French Sign Language          [Everson]

sgn-GB       British Sign Language         [Everson]

sgn-GR       Greek Sign Language           [Everson]

sgn-IE       Irish Sign Language           [Everson]

sgn-IT       Italian Sign Language         [Everson]

sgn-JP       Japanese Sign Language        [Everson]

sgn-MX       Mexican Sign Language         [Everson]

sgn-NL       Dutch Sign Language           [Everson]

sgn-NI       Nicaraguan Sign Language      [Everson]

sgn-NO       Norwegian Sign Language       [Everson]

sgn-PT       Portuguese Sign Language      [Everson]

sgn-SE       Swedish Sign Language         [Everson]

sgn-US       American Sign Language        [Everson]

sgn-ZA       South African Sign Language   [Everson]

zh-gan       Kan or Gan                    [Compton]

zh-guoyu     Mandarin or Standard Chinese  [Compton]

zh-hakka     Hakka                         [Compton, Cowan]

zh-min       Min, Fuzhou, Hokkien, Amoy    [Compton]
             or Taiwanese

zh-min-nan   Minnan, Hokkien, Amoy,        [Tai]
             Taiwanese, Southern Min,
             Southern Fujian, Hoklo,
             Southern Fukien, Ho-lo

zh-wuu       Shanghaiese or Wu             [Compton]

zh-xiang     Xiang or Hunanese             [Compton]

zh-yue       Cantonese                     [Compton]

[iso639]  http://lcweb.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/codechanges.html

[RFC2277] Alvestrand, H. "IETF Policy on Character Sets and
          Languages", RFC 2277, Maxware, January 1998.

[RFC3066] Alvestrand, H., "Tags for the Identification of Languages",
[BCP47]   RFC 3066, BCP 47, January 2001.

[Burke] Sean Burke, <sean@qrd.org>, October 1997.

[Compton] Clay Compton, <clayco@microsoft.com>, January 2000.

[Cowan] John Cowan, <jcowan@reutershealth.com>, April 2001.
                    <cowan@ccil.org>, November 2001.

[Everson] Michael Everson, <everson@evertype.com>, May 1999,
          March 2001, November 2001.

[Lilley] Chris Lilley, <chris@w3.org>, March 2001.

[Szlamp] Keith Szlamp, <keith@szlamp.com>, ?.

[Tai] Kai-hus Tai, <kaihsu@ugcs.caltech.edu>, April. May 1999,
      March 2001.

[Wimmer] Matthias Wimmer, <ich@matthias-wimmer.dec>, October 1999.


Örnek bir dil onayý :


Name of requester          : Keith Szlamp
E-mail address of requester: keith@szlamp.com
Tag to be registered       : en-scouse

English name of language   : English Liverpudlian dialect known as

Native name of language (transcribed into ASCII): Scouse

References to published description of the language (book or article):

Shaw, Frank, Spiegl, Fritz, and Kelly, Stan. Lern Yerself Scouse
Volume 1:
How to Talk Proper in Liverpool. Liverpool, UK: Scouse Press,

Lane, Linacre. Lern Yerself Scouse Volume 2: The ABZ of
Scouse. Liverpool, UK:
Scouse Press, 1966-1996.

Minard, Brian. Lern Yerself Scouse Volume 3: Wersia Sensa Yuma?
UK: Scouse Press, 1966-1996.

Unknown. Lern Yerself Scouse Volume 4: The Language of Laura Norder.
Liverpool, UK: Scouse Press, 1966-1996.

Szlamp. Oxford English Dictionary (Online Abstract): The definition of
the word 'Scouser' , 'Scouser'
Liverpool, UK: http://www.scouser.com/define/, 1996-Present (via
Active Update).

Diðer bir ilginç onay :

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 16:29:47 +0100

To: iana@ISI.EDU

From: Michael Everson <everson@indigo.ie>

Subject: I approve the registration of i-klingon

Cc: ietf-languages@apps.ietf.org




Name of requester          : Michael Everson

E-mail address of requester: everson@indigo.ie

Tag to be registered       : i-klingon


English name of language   : Klingon


Native name of language (transcribed into ASCII): tlhIngan Hol


Reference to published description of the language (book or article):


Okrand, Marc. 1992. The Klingon Dictionary: English-Klingon Klingon

English. New York: Pocket books. ISBN 0-671-74559-X


Okrand, Marc. 1997. Klingon for the galactic traveler. New York: Pocket

books. ISBN 0-671-00995-8





Michael Everson, Everson Gunn Teoranta ** http://www.indigo.ie/egt

15 Port Chaeimhghein Íochtarach; Baile Átha Cliath 2; Éire/Ireland

Guthán: +353 1 478-2597 ** Facsa: +353 1 478-2597 (by arrangement)

27 Páirc an Fhéithlinn;  Baile an Bhóthair;  Co. Átha Cliath; Éire


Kelt dili Gauloise Lehçesi onay baþvurusu :




     Name of requester          : Chris Lilley

     E-mail address of requester: chris@w3.org

     Tag to be registered       : cel-gaulish

     English name of language   : Gaulish

     French name of language    : Gauloise

     Native name of language (transcribed into ASCII): not known

     Reference to published description of the language (book or



Dottin, Georges. 1918. La langue gauloise - grammaire, textes et

glossaire. Paris. no ISBN.


Lambert, Pierre-Yves. 1997. La langue gauloise. Editions Errance,

Paris. ISBN 2-87772-089-6


various. 1985-. Recueil des Inscriptions Gauloises. Paris,

CNRS. Multiple volumes, publication ongoing. Vol 1, Textes

gallo-Grecs, 1985. Vol 2, Textes gallo-etrusques , textes

gallo-latins sur pierre, 1988. Vol 3, Les calendriers (Coligny,

Villards d'Heria), 1988. Vol 4, Textes gallo-latins de

l'instrumentum, estimated 2001 (in press).


Lejeune, Michel. 1985. Notes d'etymologie gauloise: le premiere

declension celtique. Etudes Celtique XXII, 88-91


Koch, John. 1985. Movement and emphasis in the Gaulish

sentence. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, XXXII, 1-37.


  Any other relevant information: Gaulish was the language of ancient Gaul

-  roughly corresponding in geographical area to modern France,

Belgium, Luxembourg and western Switzerland. It is a member of the

Celtic group of Indo-European languages. It was written in several

different scripts, including Greek, Iberian, Latin, Etruscan and Lepontic.




Michael Everson  **  Everson Gunn Teoranta  **   http://www.egt.ie

15 Port Chaeimhghein Mochtarach; Baile Atha Cliath 2; Iire/Ireland

Mob +353 86 807 9169 ** Fax +353 1 478 2597 ** Vox +353 1 478 2597

27 Pairc an Fhiithlinn;  Baile an Bhsthair;  Co. Atha Cliath; Iire


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