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=== Pontic Greek ===
 
=== Pontic Greek ===
 
ISO 639-3
 
ISO 639-3
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Pontic Greek is spoken by 780,000 people roughly worldwide, with only a fraction of those as active speakers. There seems to be a reasonable number of resources available on this language.
 
Pontic Greek is spoken by 780,000 people roughly worldwide, with only a fraction of those as active speakers. There seems to be a reasonable number of resources available on this language.
  
 
=== Lezgian ===
 
=== Lezgian ===
 
ISO 639-2
 
ISO 639-2
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Lezgian is spoken by around 800,000 people, most of which are in Russia. There seem to be a variety of resources available on this language.
 
Lezgian is spoken by around 800,000 people, most of which are in Russia. There seem to be a variety of resources available on this language.
  

Latest revision as of 21:02, 17 February 2021

Partner preference

I have some experience in both computer science and linguistics, so I am not looking for anyone in particular.

Languages of interest

  1. Shor
  2. Pontic Greek
  3. Lezgian

Language Information

Shor

ISO 639-3

Shor is spoken by around 2,800 people in southwest Siberia. There are not many resources, but there are some, including several translations.

Pontic Greek

ISO 639-3

Pontic Greek is spoken by 780,000 people roughly worldwide, with only a fraction of those as active speakers. There seems to be a reasonable number of resources available on this language.

Lezgian

ISO 639-2

Lezgian is spoken by around 800,000 people, most of which are in Russia. There seem to be a variety of resources available on this language.