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Ut nexus in commentarium de lingua Yue sit
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'''Lingua Sinica'''<ref>Petrus Ribadenaira, Philippus Alegambe, Nathaniel Sotvellus, ''Bibliotheca Scriptorum Societatis Iesu'', vol. 2 (Romae: 1676), [https://books.google.com/books?id=GKtLAAAAcAAJ&pg=RA1-PA598&q=%22lingua%20sinica%22 p. 598].</ref> seu '''Sinensis'''<ref>Vide titulum: ''Dictionarium linguae Sinensis, cum explicatione Latina et Hispanica, charactere Sinensi et Latino''. [http://books.google.fr/books?id=s7wUAAAAQAAJ&pg=PT292&lpg=PT292&dq=%22lingua+sinensis%22&source=bl&ots=kUhrh2NhRn&sig=gZX1AfCr2oWlDxCR1nyZe2dnLJk&hl=fr&ei=8b8sTOrBF82lOLKviPII&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=%22lingua%20sinensis%22&f=false]</ref><ref>Ebbe Vilborg, ''Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok'', editio secunda, 2009.</ref> vel '''Chinensis'''<ref>{{Kircher}} p. 205.</ref> (Sinice: 漢語/汉语 ''Hànyǔ'' 'lingua Sinica' et 中文 ''Zhōngwén'' 'litterae Sinicae') re vera constat in familia [[lingua]]rum orta a ramo [[Linguae Sinotibetanae|linguarum Sinotibetanarum]]. Loquentes saepe se eadem lingua omnes loqui putant, quia fere omnes eodem [[character Sinicus|characterum]] systemate utuntur ut scribant, sed inter se pronuntiatu et grammatica tanto possunt discrepare, ut alii alios intellegere non possint.
 
Sunt decem linguae Sinicae. [[Lingua Sinensis Mandarinica]], quia lingua publica [[Res Publica Popularis Sinarum|Reipublicae Popularis Sinarum]] et [[Respublica Sinarum|Reipublicae Sinarum]] est, circiter 1300 000 000 loquentium habens, plerumque ut lingua commoda Sinica habetur. Etiam sunt linguae: [[Lingua Wu|Wu]] ([[Sinice]]: 吴语), [[lingua Yue|Yue]] seu Cantonensis (Sinice: 粤语), [[lingua Min|Min]] (Sinice: 闽语), [[lingua Jin|Jin]] (Sinice: 晋语), [[lingua Xiang|Xiang]] seu Hunanica (Sinice: 湘语), [[lingua Kejia|Kejia]] seu ''Hakkafa'' (Sinice: 客家话), [[lingua Gan|Gan]] (Sinice: 贛語), [[lingua Hui|Hui]] (Sinice: 徽州话) et [[lingua Ping|Ping]] (Sinice: 平话); de quibus omnibus plura legere licet in tabula quae sequitur.
 
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|90&nbsp;000&nbsp;000
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|[[lingua Yue|Lingua Yue]] <br /> includit [[sermo Cantonensis|Cantonensem]]
|Yue; 粤/粵
|Yuèyǔ
|}
 
SuntNonnulli sermones nonnulli a populis minoribus adhibitiadhibentur et hucusque e classificatione omissi, inter quos: [[sermo Danzhou]] (儋州话/儋州話) quo in [[Danzhou]] insulae [[Hainan]] loquuntur; [[Xianghua]] (乡话/鄉話) in regione [[Hunan]] occidentali; [[Shaozhou Tuhua]] (韶州土话/韶州土話) in [[Guangdong]] septentrionali. [[Lingua Dungan]], qua loquuntur in [[Asia Media]] est Mandarinicae cognata, e grege linguarum Sinicarum saepe omittitur, [[scriptura Cyrillica|Cyrillice]] scripta et a populo [[Dungan]] (qui minime inter [[Sinae (gens)|Sinas]] recipitur) adhibita.
 
 
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== Bibliographia ==
* {{cite book|last=DeFrancis|first=John|title=The Chinese Language: Fact and Fantasy|publisher=University of Hawaii Press|year=1984|isbn=0-8248-1068-6}}.
*DeFrancis, John DeFrancis, ed., [[2003]]. ''ABC Chinese-English Comprehensive Dictionary''. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2003. ISBN 0-8248-2766-X.
* {{cite book|author=Hannas, William C.|title=Asia's Orthographic Dilemma|publisher=University of Hawaii Press|year=1997|isbn=0-8248-1892-X}}.
* {{cite book|author=Norman, Jerry|title=Chinese|publisher=Cambridge University Press|year=1988|isbn=0-521-29653-6}}.
*Pulleyblank, E. G. Pulleyblank. [[1984]]. ''Middle Chinese: A Study in Historical Phonology.'' VancouverVancuverii: University of British Columbia Press. ISBN 0-7748-0192-1.
* {{cite book|author=Qiu, Xigui|title=Chinese Writing|publisher=Society for the Study of Early China and Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley|year=2000|isbn=1-55729-071-7}}.
* {{cite book|author=Ramsey, S. Robert|title=The Languages of China|publisher=Princeton University Press|year=1987|isbn=0-691-01468-X}}.
*Schuessler, Axel. Schuessler,[[2007]]. ''ABC Etymological Dictionary of Old Chinese''. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0-8248-2975-9.
*Minglang, Zhou. Minglang,[[2003]]. ''Multilingualism in China: The Politics of Writing Reforms for Minority Languages, 1949-2002''. Berolini: Walter de Gruyter, 2003. ISBN 3-11-017896-6.
 
== Vide etiam ==
* [[Lingua Sinica antiqua]]
 
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