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Swahili and Croatian Speaking countries

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1 Countries
1.1 Countries
African Union, Democratic Republic of the Congo, East African Community, Kenya
Austria, Bosnia, Croatia, European Union, Herzegovina, Italy, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia
1.2 Total No. Of Countries
Spanish Speakin..
4
Rank: 11 (Overall)
9
Rank: 7 (Overall)
Bhojpuri Speaking Countries
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1.3 National Language
Burundi, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, South Sudan, Tanzania
Austria
1.4 Second Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
Not spoken in any of the countries
1.5 Speaking Continents
Africa
Europe
1.6 Minority Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
Austria, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro, Romania
1.7 Regulated By
Chama cha Kiswahili cha Taifa (Kenya)
Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics
1.8 Interesting Facts
  • Swahili language has borrowed many words from Arabic language.
  • The oldest written scripts in swahili language were found in 18th century.
    • In croatian language, everywhere there are words without vowels.
    • Though croatian language was born in 9th century, the first written document in croatian was in 11th century.
    1.9 Similar To
    Burundi, Rwanda, Malawi Languages
    Serbain and Bosnian
    1.10 Derived From
    Arabic Language
    Church Slavonic

    Swahili vs Croatian Countries

    Comparing Swahili vs Croatian countries gives you idea about number of countries that speak Swahili and Croatian languages.

    So we find that, total number of countries where Swahili is official language is 4 whereas total number of countries where Croatian is official language is 9

    Find if Swahili and Croatian are Most Spoken Languages. Comparison of Swahili and Croatian speaking countries will give you the presence of Swahili and Croatian languages in different countries. Along with Swahili vs Croatian countries, you can also compare Swahili vs Croatian.

    Swahili and Croatian as Minority Language

    In Swahili and Croatian speaking countries you will get the countries which have Swahili and Croatian as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.

    • Swahili as minority language: Not spoken in any of the countries.
    • Croatian as minority language: Austria, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro, Romania.

    If you want to compare Swahili and Croatian dialects, then you can go to Swahili vs Croatian Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.

    Swahili and Croatian Regulators

    Swahili and Croatian speaking countries provide you Swahili and Croatian regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Chama cha Kiswahili cha Taifa (Kenya) regulates Swahili language.Croatian is regulated by Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics. Also get to learn, Swahili and Croatian Language History.

    Swahili and Croatian Continents

    Thinking about Swahili and Croatian continents in which Swahili and Croatian speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Swahili and Croatian. Most of the Swahili speaking countries lie in Africa. While Croatian speaking countries lie in Europe. Continentwise, most of the languages belong to Asian Languages and African Languages. It's always fun to know about interesting facts of any language, so lets discuss about unknown facts of Swahili and Croatian languages:

    Swahili Interesting Facts:

    • Swahili language has borrowed many words from Arabic language.
    • The oldest written scripts in swahili language were found in 18th century.
      • Croatian Interesting Facts:

        • In croatian language, everywhere there are words without vowels.
        • Though croatian language was born in 9th century, the first written document in croatian was in 11th century.

        The Swahili language was derived from Arabic Language and is similar to Burundi, Rwanda, Malawi Languages whereas Swahili language is similar to Serbain and Bosnian and derived from Church Slavonic.

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