Ungarsk (sprog)

Ungarsk
(Magyar)
Talt i:Ungarn 
Region:Mellemeuropa
Talere i alt:omkring 13 millioner 
Rang:52
Sprogstamme:Uralsk
 finsk-ugrisk
  urgisk
   Ungarsk 
Officiel status
Officielt sprog i:Ungarn Ungarn
EU EU
Reguleret af:Forskningsinstitut for Lingvistik ved Det ungarske Videnskabsakademi
Sprogkoder
ISO 639-1:hu
ISO 639-2:hun
ISO 639-3:hun 
Udbredelsesområdet af ungarnsk.

Ungarsk (magyar) er sproget i den uraliske sprogstamme. Det er det officielle sprog i Ungarn og en af de 24 officielle sprog i Den Europæiske Union. Det tales også af etniske ungarere i andre Europæiske lande og regioner blandt andet Rumænien (ITranssylvanien), Slovakiet, Ukraine, Serbien (i Vojvodina), Kroatien og Slovenien.

Ungarsk er også et officielt sprog i den serbiske provins Vojvodina og i 3 komuner i Slovenien.

Ungarsk er et agglutinerende sprog.

Historie

De første kilder, hvor Ungarsk er dokumenteret kommer fra 11. århundrede. De kendte kilder er primært stednavne.

I denne periode blev de gamle runer også erstattet af Det latinske alfabet.

Kilder

Eksterne henvisninger

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