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Dutch and Burmese Language Codes

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1 Code
1.1 ISO 639 1
nl
my
1.2 ISO 639 2
1.2.1 ISO 639 2/T
nld
mya
1.2.2 ISO 639 2/B
dut
bur
1.3 ISO 639 3
nld
mya
1.4 ISO 639 6
Not Available
Not Available
1.5 Glottocode
mode1257
sout3159
1.6 Linguasphere
52-ACB-a
No data available
1.7 Types of Language
1.7.1 Language Type
Historical
Living
1.7.2 Language Linguistic Typology
Subject-Object-Verb
Subject-Object-Verb
1.7.3 Language Morphological Typology
Synthetic
Analytic, Isolating

Dutch vs Burmese Language Codes

The Dutch and Burmese language codes are the codes which are used to represent languages in the form of letters and/or numbers. Dutch vs Burmese language codes serve you with ISO codes, glottocodes and linguasphere codes. Linguasphere code of Dutch is 52-ACB-a while there is no linguasphere code of Burmese. Take look at Dutch vs Burmese so that you get a brief idea of these languages.

Dutch and Burmese ISO Language Codes

ISO language codes are designed to represent most of the languages in the world. Dutch and Burmese ISO language codes consists of ISO 639 1, ISO 639 2, ISO 639 3 codes. ISO 639 1 is the two letter code, while ISO 639 2 and ISO 639 3 are three letter codes.

    Dutch ISO Codes:
  • ISO 639 1 code: nl
  • ISO 639 2/T code: nld
  • ISO 639 2/B code: dut
  • ISO 639 3 code: nld
    Burmese ISO Codes:
  • ISO 639 1 code: my
  • ISO 639 2/T code: mya
  • ISO 639 2/B code: bur
  • ISO 639 3 code: mya

Go through Dutch vs Burmese alphabets to know number of alphabets, vowels and consonants.

Dutch vs Burmese Glottocodes

You will find Dutch vs Burmese glottocodes under the Dutch and Burmese language codes. Dutch glottocode is mode1257 and Burmese glottocode is sout3159. Along with Dutch and Burmese language codes, you can also check how many people speak these languages on Dutch vs Burmese.

More on Dutch and Burmese Language Codes

Explore more on Dutch and Burmese language codes to understand more about these languages. Dutch and Burmese language codes are unique and are used in wide range of applications. The language codes are mainly used in the computer and information systems. The ISO codes are set of international standards that are short unique representation for language names.

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