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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Spanish language.
See also changes related to Spanish language, or pages that link to Spanish language or to this page or whose text contains "Spanish language".

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  • Romance languages [r]: Branch of the Indo-European language family, originally spoken in southern, eastern and western Europe and descended from Vulgar Latin, the language of the Ancient Romans; includes modern Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian and Romanian. [e]

Other related topics

  • Aragonese language [r]: Romance language mainly spoken in northern Aragon. [e]
  • Catalan language [r]: A Romance language spoken in the Catalan Countries (eastern Spain, Andorra, parts of France and Sardinia). [e]
  • Chavacano language [r]: Several varieties of Spanish-based creole used in the southern Philippines. [e]
  • Galician language [r]: The language of Galicia in northwest Spain. [e]
  • Galician-Portuguese language [r]: Romance language spoken mainly in Galicia, Portugal, Brazil and various countries of Africa and Asia, with two main standardized varieties: Galician in Galicia and Portuguese in the other countries. [e]
  • Latin language [r]: An Indo-European language of the Italic group which was the dominant medium of communication in western Europe for many centuries; the ancestor of today's Romance languages, such as French and Spanish. [e]
  • Occitan language [r]: Romance language spoken in Occitania. [e]
  • Portuguese language [r]: An Iberian Romance language, of the Indo-European family. [e]
  • Rioplatense Spanish [r]: The dialect of Spanish spoken in the River Plate (Río de la Plata) basin, which includes Uruguay and parts of Argentina, encompassing Buenos Aires. [e]
  • Roman alphabet [r]: Most widely used alphabet, the standard script of most languages that originated in Europe, where it developed in ancient Rome before 600 BC from the Etruscan alphabet (in turn derived from the Greek alphabet). [e]}
  • Romance languages [r]: Branch of the Indo-European language family, originally spoken in southern, eastern and western Europe and descended from Vulgar Latin, the language of the Ancient Romans; includes modern Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian and Romanian. [e]