Megleno-Romanian is a Romance language spoken mainly in parts of Greece and the Republic of Macedonia by about 5,000 people. The Megleno-Romanian speakers, who call themselves Vlahi, live in a few villages in the Moglena region which is partly in the Greek region of Macedonia and partly in the Republic of Macedonia. There are also a number of speakers in Romania and Turkey.
Megleno-Romanian is similar to Romanian and Aromanian. It is considered by some as a dialect of Romanian or Aromanian. Others view it as a separate language in its own right.
Download a chart of the Megleno-Romanian alphabet (PDF, in German)
Ạń am un ại̯or plin di cal’ al’bi. Saldi un roș ăn mejluc tucu ạl’ clutsăi̯aști.
I have a stable full of white horses. Only one red in the middle who kicks all.
Information provided by Wolfram Siegel and Michael Peter Füstumum
This video is about all varieties of Romanian. The part in Megleno-Romanian starts at 7:54.
Information about the Megleno-Romanian language
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