Czech Republic Language and Languages

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<!--{12090747748960} -->Most of the people in the Czech Republic speak the Czech language. Czech is a Slavic language related to Slovak, Polish and Russian. However, Czech was not recognized as an official language until 1877 in Bohemia and 1905 in Moravia. It was seldom used as a written language until the late 1800s. Except for modern records of the 1900s, records in the Czech Republic were written mostly in Latin and German. Other languages sometimes used in Czech records include Old Church Slavonic, Polish, Hebrew, and Yiddish.  
 
<!--{12090747748960} -->Most of the people in the Czech Republic speak the Czech language. Czech is a Slavic language related to Slovak, Polish and Russian. However, Czech was not recognized as an official language until 1877 in Bohemia and 1905 in Moravia. It was seldom used as a written language until the late 1800s. Except for modern records of the 1900s, records in the Czech Republic were written mostly in Latin and German. Other languages sometimes used in Czech records include Old Church Slavonic, Polish, Hebrew, and Yiddish.  
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eská abeceda/The Czech Alphabet
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A, a, Á, á
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B, b
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C, c, , 
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D, d, , 
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E, e, É, é, 
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F, f
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G, g
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H, h
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Ch, ch
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I, i, Í, í
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J, j
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K, k
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L, l
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M, m
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N, n, , 
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O, o, Ó, ó
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P, p
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Q, q
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R, r, , 
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S, s, Š, š
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T, t, , 
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U, u, Ú, ú, 
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V, v
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W, w
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X, x
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Y, y, Ý, ý
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Z, z, , z
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See the following sections:  
 
See the following sections:  

Revision as of 17:25, 31 July 2008

Most of the people in the Czech Republic speak the Czech language. Czech is a Slavic language related to Slovak, Polish and Russian. However, Czech was not recognized as an official language until 1877 in Bohemia and 1905 in Moravia. It was seldom used as a written language until the late 1800s. Except for modern records of the 1900s, records in the Czech Republic were written mostly in Latin and German. Other languages sometimes used in Czech records include Old Church Slavonic, Polish, Hebrew, and Yiddish.

eská abeceda/The Czech Alphabet


A, a, Á, á B, b C, c, ,  D, d, ,  E, e, É, é,  F, f G, g H, h Ch, ch I, i, Í, í J, j K, k L, l M, m N, n, ,  O, o, Ó, ó P, p Q, q R, r, ,  S, s, Š, š T, t, ,  U, u, Ú, ú,  V, v W, w X, x Y, y, Ý, ý Z, z, , z


See the following sections:

  Czech Genealogical Word List

  Latin Genealogical Word List

  German Genealogical Word List