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Date 29 May 2011
Source Wikipedia en español, portugués, inglés y francés.
Author Jonatan argento
English: Map of the portuguese language in the world
  • Dark green: native language.
  • Green: official and administrative language.
  • Light green: cultural or secondary language.
  • Yellow: portuguese-based creole.
  • Green square: portuguese speaking minorities.
Français : Carte de la langue portugaise dans le monde
  • Vert foncé: langue maternelle.
  • Vert: langue officielle et administrative.
  • Vert clair: langue culturelle ou secondaire.
  • Jaune:créole de base portugaise.
  • Carré vert: minorités parlant le portugais.
Español: Mapa del idioma portugués en el mundo
  • Verde oscuro: lengua materna.
  • Verde: lengua oficial y administrativa.
  • Verde claro: lengua cultural o secundaria.
  • Amarillo: criollo de base portuguesa.
  • Cuadrado verde: minorías hablantes de portugués.
Português: Mapa da língua portuguesa no mundo
  • Verde escuro: língua materna.
  • Verde: língua oficial e administrativa.
  • Verde claro: língua cultural ou secundária.
  • Amarelo: crioulo de base portuguesa.
  • Quadrado verde: minorias falantes de português.
Italiano: Mappa della lingua portoghese nel mondo
  • Verde scuro: lingua materna.
  • Verde: lingua ufficiale e amministrativa.
  • Verde chiaro: lingua culturale o secondaria.
  • Giallo: Creolo portoghese.
  • Quadrati verdi: minoranze di lingua portoghese.
Deutsch: Karte der portugiesischen Sprache auf der Welt
  • Dunkelgrün: Muttersprache.
  • Grün: offizielle und administrative Sprache.
  • Hellgrün: Kultur-oder Zweitsprache.
  • Gelb: portugiesischbasierte Kreolsprache.
  • Grünes Quadrat: portugiesischsprachige Minderheiten.
Gaeilge: Léarscáil na teanga Portaingéilis ar fud an domhain
  • Glas Dorcha: dteanga dhúchais.
  • Glas: theanga oifigiúil agus riaracháin.
  • Solas glas: teanga chultúrtha nó thánaisteach.
  • Buí: Portaingéilis-bhunaithe Creole.
  • Cearnach glas: mionlaigh a labhraíonn Portaingéilis.
Lëtzebuergesch: Kaart vun der portugisescher sprooch op der welt
  • Donkelgréng: Mammesprooch.
  • Gréng: offiziell an administrativ Sprooch.
  • Hellgréng: Kultur- oder Zweetsprooch.
  • Giel: portugiseschbaséiert Kreolsprooch.
  • Gréng Carréen: portugiseschsproocheg Minoritéiten.


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