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Package: VA FileMan

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FileMan FileNo FileMan Filename Package
.85 LANGUAGE VA FileMan

Description

Accessed By FileMan Db Calls, Total: 8

Package Total Routines
PCE Patient Care Encounter 4 PXAPIIM    PXPXRM    PXVRPC4    PXVZRT    
Virtual Patient Record 2 VPRDJ00    VPRDPT    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 1 HMPDJ09    
Registration 1 DGRPE    

Pointed To By FileMan Files, Total: 7

Package Total FileMan Files
VA FileMan 4 DIALOG(#.84)[#.847(.01)]    LANGUAGE(#.85)[.08.09]    FILE(#1)[#1.008(.001)]    PRINT TEMPLATE(#.4)[709.11819.1]    
Kernel 2 NEW PERSON(#200)[200.07]    KERNEL SYSTEM PARAMETERS(#8989.3)[207]    
PCE Patient Care Encounter 1 VACCINE INFORMATION STATEMENT(#920)[.04]    

Pointer To FileMan Files, Total: 1

Package Total FileMan Files
VA FileMan 1 LANGUAGE(#.85)[.08.09]    

Fields, Total: 20

Field # Name Loc Type Details
.001 ID NUMBER NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>9999999999)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 31, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a number between 1 and 9999999999, 0 decimal digits.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    A number that is used to uniquely identify a language.  This number corresponds to the Kernel system variable DUZ("LANG"), which is set during Kernel signon to signify which language Fileman should use.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  Entries in this file are standardized, with the contents controlled by the Fileman Primary Development Team. The ID Number field is used to help protect referential integrity in VISTA databases during upgrades to the file.
    ID Number assignment corresponds to the order in which languages were added to the file. They were added in segments.
    The first segment consists of language numbers 1-7, 10-12, and 18, which were the first eleven languages added, in order. English is first because Fileman was originally written in English. German is second because Marcus
    Werners of Germany led the effort to create Fileman's dialog framework, to make translating VISTA into other languages easier. Spanish, French, Finnish, Italian, and Portuguese follow in the order in which the Fileman team
    was approached by potential translators about adding those languages to the file (though Finnish actually predates all other translation efforts except English). Arabic was assigned ID Number 10 instead of 8 in recognition
    of the debt English owes Arabic for introducing the decimal numbering system to Europe. Russian and Greek were the next two translations the Fileman team was approached about. I do not recall why for Hebrew we skipped
    ahead to ID Number 18, but I'm sure there was a reason.
    Thereafter, languages are added in segments, in order by Name, starting with ID Number 8. The segments correspond to the ISO 639 language standards, in order (639-1 languages in segment two, 639-2 in three, and so on).
    Each language has one unique record in this file, so wherever a language in one segment has already been included in an earlier segment, it is not included in the later segment (e.g., Greek was in segment one, so it is not
    also added as a duplicate in segment two).
    This segmented approach makes it comparatively easy to upgrade the file in discrete batches, to keep the update projects manageable.
.01 NAME 0;1 FREE TEXT
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>60!($L(X)<1) X
    MAXIMUM LENGTH:   60
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 31, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-60 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Enter the English name of the language, not the native name.
    The default is the English name from ISO 639, converted where necessary to ASCII. Where the ISO 639 standards disagree (cf. "Central Khmer" in ISO 639-1 to "Khmer" in ISO 639-3), the most recent standard's spelling is
    used.
    However, this use of ISO 639's spelling as a default is overridden in several different ways to improve consistency across entries and to reduce selection error.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  This is the English name of the language, not the native name. It defaults to the English name from ISO 639, mixed case, converted where necessary to ASCII. Where the ISO 639 standards disagree (cf. "Central Khmer" in ISO
    639-1 to "Khmer" in ISO 639-3), the most recent standard's spelling is used.
    However, this use of ISO 639's spelling as a default is overridden in several different ways to improve consistency across entries and to reduce selection error.
    For example, for most modern languages, the form of the name that includes the word "Modern" and the parenthesized dates is an alternate name, but ISO 639 reverses that with Modern Greek. In this file, we reassert the
    pattern by making the ISO 639 name "Greek, Modern (1453-)" an alternate name and making the name "Greek" instead.
    Since most users of these systems are medical professionals rather than linguists or historians, we emphasize modern languages and group historical ones away from the modern names to reduce accidents. For example, "French,
    Old (842-ca.1400)" as so named in ISO 639-2 is used as an alternate name for "Old French" in this file, to move the obsolete form of the language away from the modern one. Thus, "Old" languages, "Ancient" ones, and
    "Middle" ones will tend to sort together. However, languages whose names look like historical ones, such as "Old Church Slavonic", that are still living languages or in active liturgical use are kept in this form if that
    is how they are best known.
    Also, such forms that include parenthetical dates are changed to remove the dates and parentheses from the Name field; the original forms and variants are preserved in the Alternate Name field.
    For similar reasons, language collections like "Banda languages" are renamed as "Languages, Banda" to move them away from individual language a patient might speak, like "Banda-Banda". The same was preserved from ISO 639
    with creoles and pidgins (such as "Creoles and Pidgins, Portuguese-Based"), which are collective languages, to kepp them separate from the individual languages they might be confused with (such as "Portuguese"). However,
    individual languages like "Haitian Creole" and "Chinook Jargon" whose ISO 639 names makes them sound like language collections are nevertheless left as is, since these are the names they are known by and since the
    distinguishing part of the name does come first, allowing for unambiguous selection.
    Where the language name from ISO 639 is a list of alternative names, as in "Catalan, Valencian", the dominant name (based on other code sets, Ethnologue, Wikipedia, e.g. "Catalan") is used as the Name, with the other
    name(s) (e.g., "Valencian") added to the Alternate Name field.
    As a general rule (except in the case of language collections), ISO 639 names that use commas to invert a language name (like "Sorbian, Upper") are corrected (like "Upper Sorbian"), and the ISO 639 name is made an
    Alternate Name. We do not try to use commas in the Name field to group together all related languages or dialects, though we do in the Alternate Name field.
    In the Name field, parenthetical comments are generally restricted to distinguishing between unrelated languages that have the same name, like "Lele (Democratic Republic of Congo)" and "Lele (Papua New Guinea)". The
    parenthetical words will be (in order of preference) a country, a people, or an alternate name of the language, so long as it distinguishes it from the other identically named languages. To date, we have not had to change
    any of the ISO 639 names we've imported to make or correct these distinctions, but we stand ready to do so to enforce this pattern.
  • FIELD INDEX:  B (#1344) REGULAR IR LOOKUP & SORTING
    Unique for:  Key A (#123), File #.85
    Short Descr:  Regular new-style B Index
    Set Logic:  S ^DI(.85,"B",X,DA)=""
    Kill Logic:  K ^DI(.85,"B",X,DA)
    Whole Kill:  K ^DI(.85,"B")
    X(1):  NAME  (.85,.01)  (Subscr 1)  (forwards)
.02 TWO LETTER CODE 0;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>2!($L(X)<2) X
    MAXIMUM LENGTH:   2
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 2 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Enter the two-letter code defined for this language in the ISO 639-1 standard. Not every language has a two-letter code; for those that do not leave this field blank.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    Future versions of this file wil include an optional key on this field.
  • FIELD INDEX:  C (#1345) REGULAR IR LOOKUP & SORTING
    Short Descr:  Regular new style index on two letter language codes
    Set Logic:  S ^DI(.85,"C",X,DA)=""
    Kill Logic:  K ^DI(.85,"C",X,DA)
    Whole Kill:  K ^DI(.85,"C")
    X(1):  TWO LETTER CODE  (.85,.02)  (Subscr 1)  (forwards)
.03 THREE LETTER CODE 0;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>3!($L(X)<3) X
    MAXIMUM LENGTH:   3
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Enter the three-letter code defined for this language in the ISO 639-2/B standard.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    When this file is upgraded to ISO-639-6, an optional key will be added to this field.
  • FIELD INDEX:  D (#1346) REGULAR IR LOOKUP & SORTING
    Unique for:  Key B (#124), File #.85
    Short Descr:  Regular new-style index for three letter abbreviations for languages
    Set Logic:  S ^DI(.85,"D",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    Kill Logic:  K ^DI(.85,"D",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    Whole Kill:  K ^DI(.85,"D")
    X(1):  THREE LETTER CODE  (.85,.03)  (Subscr 1)  (Len 30)  (forwards)
.04 FOUR LETTER CODE 0;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>4!($L(X)<4) X
    MAXIMUM LENGTH:   4
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Enter the four letter code associated with the language in ISO-639-6.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This field is currently not used in this version of the release (as of Fileman V22.2). In a future version when this file is upgraded to ISO-639-6, a key will be added to this field.
.05 ALTERNATE THREE LETTER CODE 0;5 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>3!($L(X)<3) X
    MAXIMUM LENGTH:   3
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the alternate three letter code for a language. This will only be used in cases where the language abbreviation is different in English than in the native language. E.g. GER instead of DEU; for German instead of
    Deutsch. This alternate abbreviation can be found in ISO 639-2/B.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    In a future version of Fileman, this field will have an optional key.
  • FIELD INDEX:  E (#1347) MUMPS IR LOOKUP & SORTING
    Short Descr:  (Pseudo-)Mnemonic index for the Alternate three letter code
    Description:  This will add entries to the D index for the three letter code a la the mnemonic style.
    If you need re-cross-reference this field, you need to kill of the entries in the regular D index, set the D index, and then set this index to update the D with the mnemonic xrefs.
    Set Logic:  S ^DI(.85,"D",X,DA)=1
    Kill Logic:  K ^DI(.85,"D",X,DA)
    X(1):  ALTERNATE THREE LETTER CODE  (.85,.05)  (Subscr 1)  (forwards)
.06 SCOPE 0;6 SET
  • 'I' FOR Individual;
  • 'M' FOR Macrolanguage;
  • 'C' FOR Collective;
  • 'S' FOR Special;
  • 'L' FOR Local;

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select a language's scope
  • DESCRIPTION:  Enter the Scope of a Language.
    Individual if the language is an individually identifiable language (e.g. 'Cantonese').
    Macrolanguage if the language encopasses several other languages (e.g. 'Chinese')
    Collective if the language is a language group (e.g. 'Languages, Sino-Tibetan')
    Special and Local are reserved for specific entries.
.07 TYPE 0;7 SET
  • 'L' FOR Living;
  • 'C' FOR Constructed;
  • 'A' FOR Ancient;
  • 'H' FOR Historical;
  • 'E' FOR Extinct;

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select a choice.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Living means that the language is spoken today (e.g. English).
    Constructed means that the language is artificial (e.g. Esperanto).
    Ancient means that the language is very old and not spoken any more (e.g.  Ancient Egyptian).
    Historical means that the language was being used in the Medieval times and is not spoken any more (e.g. Old High German).
    Extinct means that the language was being used recently but has died out (e.g. Cornish).
.08 LINGUISTIC CATEGORY 0;8 POINTER TO LANGUAGE FILE (#.85) LANGUAGE(#.85)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,6)=""C""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=$G(DIE),X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select a choice.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Enter a language collection to which this language belongs.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    The current version of this file does not distribute data for this field.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,6)=""C"""
  • EXPLANATION:  Only collective languages are selectable
.09 MEMBER OF LANGUAGE SET 0;9 POINTER TO LANGUAGE FILE (#.85) LANGUAGE(#.85)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,6)=""M""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=$G(DIE),X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 01, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter a choice.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If this language is a dialect of a macrolanguage, select the macrolanguage to which it belongs. (E.g. Cantonese is a dialect of Chinese; thus Chinese is Cantonese's macrolanguage.)
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    The current version of this file does not distribute data for this field.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,6)=""M"""
  • EXPLANATION:  You may only select Macrolanguages
1 ALTERNATE NAME 1;0 Multiple #.8501 .8501

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This multiple contains other names by which the language in this entry is known.
10 DESCRIPTION 10;0 WORD-PROCESSING #.8502

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 31, 2012
10.1 ORDINAL NUMBER FORMAT ORD;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 07, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  MUMPS code used to transfer a number in Y to its ordinal equivalent in this language. The code should set Y to the ordinal equivalent without altering any other variables in the environment. Ex. in English:
    Y=1     becomes         Y=1ST
    Y=2     becomes         Y=2ND
    Y=3     becomes         Y=3RD  etc.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
10.2 DATE/TIME FORMAT DD;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 07, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  MUMPS code used to transfer a date or date/time in Y from FileMan internal format, to printable format equivalent to English MMM DD,YYYY@HH.MM.SS. The code should set Y to the output, without altering any other variables
    in the environment.  Ex. in English:
    Y=2940612.031245        becomes         Y=JUN 12,1994@03:12:45
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
10.21 DATE/TIME FORMAT (FMTE) FMTE;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 24, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  MUMPS code used to transfer a date or date/time in Y from FileMan internal format, to printable format based on the various outputs from routine FMTE^DILIBF. This is an extrinsic function. Coming in to this MUMPS code,
    in addition to the internal date in Y, a third parameter will be defined to contain flags equivalent to the flag passed as the second input parameter to FMTE^DILIBF. The code should set Y to the output, without altering
    any other variables in the environment.  The output should be formatted based on these flags:
    1    MMM DD, YYYY@HH:MM:SS
    2    MM/DD/YY@HH:MM:SS     no leading zeroes on month,day
    3    DD/MM/YY@HH:MM:SS     no leading zeroes on month,day
    4    YY/MM/DD@HH:MM:SS
    5    MMM DD,YYYY@HH:MM:SS  no space before year,no leading zero on day
    6    MM-DD-YYYY @ HH:MM:SS spaces separate time
    7    MM-DD-YYYY@HH:MM:SS   no leading zeroes on month,day
    letters in the flag
    S    return always seconds
    U    return uppercase month names
    P    return time as am,pm
    D    return only date part
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
10.22 TIME TIME;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 18, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code for the output of time only.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The code stored here will be used to get formatted output of the time part belonging to a FileMan Date/Time value.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
10.3 CARDINAL NUMBER FORMAT CRD;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 08, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  MUMPS code used to transfer a number in Y to its cardinal equivalent in this language. The code should set Y to the cardinal equivalent without altering any other variables in the environment. Ex. in English:
    Y=2000     becomes         Y=2,000
    Y=1234567  becomes         Y=1,234,567
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
10.4 UPPERCASE CONVERSION UC;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 08, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  MUMPS code used to convert text in Y to its upper-case equivalent in this language. The code should set Y to the external format without altering any other variables in the environment. In English, changes
    abCdeF      to: ABCDEF
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
10.5 LOWERCASE CONVERSION LC;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 08, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  MUMPS code used to convert text in Y to its lower-case equivalent in this language. The code should set Y to the external format without altering any other variables in the environment. In English, changes:
    ABcdEFgHij         to:  abcdefghij
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
20.2 DATE INPUT 20.2;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 14, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @

Found Entries, Total: 534

NAME: ABKHAZ    NAME: ACHINESE    NAME: ACOLI    NAME: ADANGME    NAME: ADYGHE    NAME: AFAR    NAME: AFRIHILI    NAME: AFRIKAANS    
NAME: AINU    NAME: AKAN    NAME: AKKADIAN    NAME: ALBANIAN    NAME: ALEUT    NAME: ALTAI, SOUTHERN    NAME: AMHARIC    NAME: ANCIENT EGYPTIAN    
NAME: ANCIENT GREEK    NAME: ANGIKA    NAME: ARABIC    NAME: ARAGONESE    NAME: ARAPAHO    NAME: ARAWAK    NAME: ARMENIAN    NAME: AROMANIAN    
NAME: ASSAMESE    NAME: ASTURIAN    NAME: AVARIC    NAME: AVESTAN    NAME: AWADHI    NAME: AYMARA    NAME: AZERBAIJANI    NAME: BALINESE    
NAME: BALUCHI    NAME: BAMBARA    NAME: BASA    NAME: BASHKIR    NAME: BASQUE    NAME: BEJA    NAME: BELARUSIAN    NAME: BEMBA    
NAME: BENGALI    NAME: BHOJPURI    NAME: BIKOL    NAME: BILIN    NAME: BINI    NAME: BISLAMA    NAME: BLISSYMBOLS    NAME: BOSNIAN    
NAME: BRAJ    NAME: BRETON    NAME: BUGINESE    NAME: BULGARIAN    NAME: BURIAT    NAME: BURMESE    NAME: CADDO    NAME: CATALAN    
NAME: CEBUANO    NAME: CHAGATAI    NAME: CHAMORRO    NAME: CHECHEN    NAME: CHEROKEE    NAME: CHEYENNE    NAME: CHIBCHA    NAME: CHICHEWA    
NAME: CHINESE    NAME: CHINOOK JARGON    NAME: CHIPEWYAN    NAME: CHOCTAW    NAME: CHUUKESE    NAME: CHUVASH    NAME: CLASSICAL NEWARI    NAME: CLASSICAL SYRIAC    
NAME: COPTIC    NAME: CORNISH    NAME: CORSICAN    NAME: CREE    NAME: CREEK    NAME: CREOLES AND PIDGINS    NAME: CREOLES AND PIDGINS, ENGLISH-BASED    NAME: CREOLES AND PIDGINS, FRENCH-BASED    
NAME: CREOLES AND PIDGINS, PORTUGUESE-BASED    NAME: CRIMEAN TATAR    NAME: CROATIAN    NAME: CZECH    NAME: DAKOTA    NAME: DANISH    NAME: DARGWA    NAME: DELAWARE    
NAME: DINKA    NAME: DIVEHI    NAME: DOGRI    NAME: DOGRIB    NAME: DUALA    NAME: DUTCH    NAME: DYULA    NAME: DZONGKHA    
NAME: EFIK    NAME: EKAJUK    NAME: ELAMITE    NAME: ENGLISH    NAME: ERZYA    NAME: ESPERANTO    NAME: ESTONIAN    NAME: EWE    
NAME: EWONDO    NAME: FANG    NAME: FANTI    NAME: FAROESE    NAME: FIJIAN    NAME: FILIPINO    NAME: FINNISH    NAME: FON    
NAME: FRENCH    NAME: FRISIAN, EASTERN    NAME: FRISIAN, NORTHERN    NAME: FRISIAN, WEST    NAME: FRIULIAN    NAME: FULA    NAME: GA    NAME: GAELIC    
NAME: GALIBI CARIB    NAME: GALICIAN    NAME: GANDA    NAME: GAYO    NAME: GBAYA    NAME: GEEZ    NAME: GEORGIAN    NAME: GERMAN    
NAME: GILBERTESE    NAME: GONDI    NAME: GORONTALO    NAME: GOTHIC    NAME: GREBO    NAME: GREEK    NAME: GUARANI    NAME: GUJARATI    
NAME: GWICH'IN    NAME: HAIDA    NAME: HAITIAN CREOLE    NAME: HAUSA    NAME: HAWAIIAN    NAME: HEBREW    NAME: HERERO    NAME: HILIGAYNON    
NAME: HINDI    NAME: HIRI MOTU    NAME: HITTITE    NAME: HMONG    NAME: HUNGARIAN    NAME: HUPA    NAME: IBAN    NAME: ICELANDIC    
NAME: IDO    NAME: IGBO    NAME: ILOKO    NAME: INARI SAMI    NAME: INDONESIAN    NAME: INGUSH    NAME: INTERLINGUA    NAME: INTERLINGUE    
NAME: INUKTITUT    NAME: INUPIAQ    NAME: IRISH    NAME: ITALIAN    NAME: JAPANESE    NAME: JAVANESE    NAME: JUDEO-ARABIC    NAME: JUDEO-PERSIAN    
NAME: KABARDIAN    NAME: KABYLE    NAME: KACHIN    NAME: KALAALLISUT    NAME: KALMYK    NAME: KAMBA    NAME: KANNADA    NAME: KANURI    
NAME: KARA-KALPAK    NAME: KARACHAY-BALKAR    NAME: KARELIAN    NAME: KASHMIRI    NAME: KASHUBIAN    NAME: KAWI    NAME: KAZAKH    NAME: KHASI    
NAME: KHMER    NAME: KHOTANESE    NAME: KIKUYU    NAME: KIMBUNDU    NAME: KINYARWANDA    NAME: KIRGHIZ    NAME: KLINGON    NAME: KOMI    
NAME: KONGO    NAME: KONKANI    NAME: KOREAN    NAME: KOSRAEAN    NAME: KPELLE    NAME: KUANYAMA    NAME: KUMYK    NAME: KURDISH    
NAME: KURUKH    NAME: KUTENAI    NAME: LADINO    NAME: LAHNDA    NAME: LAMBA    NAME: LANGUAGES, AFRO-ASIATIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, ALACALUFAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ALGIC    
NAME: LANGUAGES, ALGONQUIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ALTAIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, APACHE    NAME: LANGUAGES, ARAUAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ARAWAKAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ARMENIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ARTIFICIAL    NAME: LANGUAGES, ATHAPASCAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, ATLANTIC-CONGO    NAME: LANGUAGES, AUSTRALIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, AUSTRO-ASIATIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, AUSTRONESIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, BALTIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, BAMILEKE    NAME: LANGUAGES, BANDA    NAME: LANGUAGES, BANTU    
NAME: LANGUAGES, BASQUE    NAME: LANGUAGES, BATAK    NAME: LANGUAGES, BERBER    NAME: LANGUAGES, BIHARI    NAME: LANGUAGES, CADDOAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, CAUCASIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, CELTIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, CENTRAL AMERICAN INDIAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, CENTRAL MALAYO-POLYNESIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, CENTRAL SUDANIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, CHADIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, CHAMIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, CHIBCHAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, CHINESE    NAME: LANGUAGES, CUSHITIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, DRAVIDIAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, EAST GERMANIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, EAST SLAVIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, EASTERN MALAYO-POLYNESIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, EASTERN SUDANIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, EGYPTIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ESKIMO-ALEUT    NAME: LANGUAGES, FINNO-UGRIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, FORMOSAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, GERMANIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, GREEK    NAME: LANGUAGES, HIMACHALI    NAME: LANGUAGES, HMONG-MIEN    NAME: LANGUAGES, HOKAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, IJO    NAME: LANGUAGES, INDIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, INDO-EUROPEAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, INDO-IRANIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, IRANIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, IROQUOIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ITALIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, JAPANESE    NAME: LANGUAGES, KAREN    NAME: LANGUAGES, KHOISAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, KORDOFANIAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, KRU    NAME: LANGUAGES, LAND DAYAK    NAME: LANGUAGES, MALAYO-POLYNESIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, MANDE    NAME: LANGUAGES, MANOBO    NAME: LANGUAGES, MAYAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, MON-KHMER    NAME: LANGUAGES, MONGOLIAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, MULTIPLE    NAME: LANGUAGES, MUNDA    NAME: LANGUAGES, NA-DENE    NAME: LANGUAGES, NAHUATL    NAME: LANGUAGES, NIGER-KORDOFANIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, NILO-SAHARAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, NORTH CAUCASIAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, NORTH GERMANIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, NUBIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, OMOTIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, OTO-MANGUEAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, OTOMIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, PAPUAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, PHILIPPINE    NAME: LANGUAGES, PRAKRIT    
NAME: LANGUAGES, QUECHUAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, ROMANCE    NAME: LANGUAGES, SALISHAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, SAMI    NAME: LANGUAGES, SAMOYEDIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, SEMITIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, SIGN    NAME: LANGUAGES, SINO-TIBETAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, SIOUAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, SLAVIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, SONGHAI    NAME: LANGUAGES, SORBIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, SOUTH AMERICAN INDIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, SOUTH CAUCASIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, SOUTH SLAVIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, TAI    
NAME: LANGUAGES, TIBETO-BURMAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, TRANS-NEW GUINEA    NAME: LANGUAGES, TUNGUS    NAME: LANGUAGES, TUPI    NAME: LANGUAGES, TURKIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, UNCODED    NAME: LANGUAGES, URALIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, UTO-AZTECAN    
NAME: LANGUAGES, WAKASHAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, WEST GERMANIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, WEST SLAVIC    NAME: LANGUAGES, WESTERN MALAYO-POLYNESIAN    NAME: LANGUAGES, YUPIK    NAME: LANGUAGES, ZANDE    NAME: LAO    NAME: LATIN    
NAME: LATVIAN    NAME: LEZGHIAN    NAME: LIMBURGAN    NAME: LINGALA    NAME: LITHUANIAN    NAME: LOJBAN    NAME: LOW GERMAN    NAME: LOZI    
NAME: LUBA-KATANGA    NAME: LUBA-LULUA    NAME: LUISENO    NAME: LUNDA    NAME: LUO (KENYA AND TANZANIYA)    NAME: LUSHAI    NAME: LUXEMBOURGISH    NAME: MACEDONIAN    
NAME: MADURESE    NAME: MAGAHI    NAME: MAITHILI    NAME: MAKASAR    NAME: MALAGASY    NAME: MALAY    NAME: MALAYALAM    NAME: MALTESE    
NAME: MANCHU    NAME: MANDAR    NAME: MANDINGO    NAME: MANIPURI    NAME: MANX    NAME: MAORI    NAME: MAPUDUNGUN    NAME: MARATHI    
NAME: MARI    NAME: MARSHALLESE    NAME: MARWARI    NAME: MASAI    NAME: MENDE    NAME: MI'KMAQ    NAME: MIDDLE DUTCH    NAME: MIDDLE ENGLISH    
NAME: MIDDLE FRENCH    NAME: MIDDLE HIGH GERMAN    NAME: MIDDLE IRISH    NAME: MINANGKABAU    NAME: MIRANDESE    NAME: MOHAWK    NAME: MOKSHA    NAME: MONGO    
NAME: MONGOLIAN    NAME: MOSSI    NAME: N'KO    NAME: NAURU    NAME: NAVAJO    NAME: NDEBELE, NORTH    NAME: NDEBELE, SOUTH    NAME: NDONGA    
NAME: NEAPOLITAN    NAME: NEPAL BHASA    NAME: NEPALI    NAME: NIAS    NAME: NIUEAN    NAME: NO LINGUISTIC CONTENT    NAME: NOGAI    NAME: NORWEGIAN    
NAME: NORWEGIAN BOKMAL    NAME: NORWEGIAN NYNORSK    NAME: NUOSU    NAME: NYAMWEZI    NAME: NYANKOLE    NAME: NYORO    NAME: NZIMA    NAME: OCCITAN    
NAME: OFFICIAL ARAMAIC    NAME: OJIBWE    NAME: OLD ENGLISH    NAME: OLD FRENCH    NAME: OLD HIGH GERMAN    NAME: OLD IRISH    NAME: OLD NORSE    NAME: OLD PERSIAN    
NAME: OLD PROVENCAL    NAME: ORIYA    NAME: OROMO    NAME: OSAGE    NAME: OSSETIAN    NAME: OTTOMAN TURKISH    NAME: PAHLAVI    NAME: PALAUAN    
NAME: PALI    NAME: PAMPANGA    NAME: PANGASINAN    NAME: PAPIAMENTO    NAME: PASHTO    NAME: PEDI    NAME: PERSIAN    NAME: PHOENICIAN    
NAME: POHNPEIAN    NAME: POLISH    NAME: PORTUGUESE    NAME: PUNJABI    NAME: QUECHUA    NAME: RAJASTHANI    NAME: RAPANUI    NAME: RAROTONGAN    
NAME: ROMANIAN    NAME: ROMANSH    NAME: ROMANY    NAME: RUNDI    NAME: RUSSIAN    NAME: SAMARITAN ARAMAIC    NAME: SAMI, LULE    NAME: SAMI, NORTHERN    
NAME: SAMI, SKOLT    NAME: SAMI, SOUTHERN    NAME: SAMOAN    NAME: SANDAWE    NAME: SANGO    NAME: SANSKRIT    NAME: SANTALI    NAME: SARDINIAN    
NAME: SASAK    NAME: SCOTS    NAME: SELKUP    NAME: SERBIAN    NAME: SERER    NAME: SHAN    NAME: SHONA    NAME: SICILIAN    
NAME: SIDAMO    NAME: SIKSIKA    NAME: SINDHI    NAME: SINHALA    NAME: SLAVE (ATHAPASKAN)    NAME: SLAVONIC, CHURCH    NAME: SLOVAK    NAME: SLOVENIAN    
NAME: SOGDIAN    NAME: SOMALI    NAME: SONINKE    NAME: SORBIAN, LOWER    NAME: SORBIAN, UPPER    NAME: SOTHO, SOUTHERN    NAME: SPANISH    NAME: SRANAN TONGO    
NAME: STANDARD MOROCCAN TAMAZIGHT    NAME: SUKUMA    NAME: SUMERIAN    NAME: SUNDANESE    NAME: SUSU    NAME: SWAHILI    NAME: SWATI    NAME: SWEDISH    
NAME: SWISS GERMAN    NAME: SYRIAC    NAME: TAGALOG    NAME: TAHITIAN    NAME: TAJIK    NAME: TAMASHEK    NAME: TAMIL    NAME: TATAR    
NAME: TELUGU    NAME: TERENO    NAME: TETUM    NAME: THAI    NAME: TIBETAN    NAME: TIGRE    NAME: TIGRINYA    NAME: TIMNE    
NAME: TIV    NAME: TLINGIT    NAME: TOK PISIN    NAME: TOKELAU    NAME: TONGA (NYASA)    NAME: TONGA (TONGA ISLANDS)    NAME: TSIMSHIAN    NAME: TSONGA    
NAME: TSWANA    NAME: TUMBUKA    NAME: TURKISH    NAME: TURKMEN    NAME: TUVALU    NAME: TUVINIAN    NAME: TWI    NAME: UDMURT    
NAME: UGARITIC    NAME: UIGHUR    NAME: UKRAINIAN    NAME: UMBUNDU    NAME: UNDETERMINED    NAME: URDU    NAME: UZBEK    NAME: VAI    
NAME: VENDA    NAME: VIETNAMESE    NAME: VOLAPUK    NAME: VOTIC    NAME: WALLOON    NAME: WARAY    NAME: WASHO    NAME: WELSH    
NAME: WOLAITTA    NAME: WOLOF    NAME: XHOSA    NAME: YAKUT    NAME: YAO    NAME: YAPESE    NAME: YIDDISH    NAME: YORUBA    
NAME: ZAPOTEC    NAME: ZAZA    NAME: ZENAGA    NAME: ZHUANG    NAME: ZULU    NAME: ZUNI    

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