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Written languages in Europe

It is the aim to write the following languages and dialects with the new typeface:

Albanian, Aragonese, Aromunian/Macedoromanian, Arpitanian/Franco-Provençal, Arvanitican, Asturian, Bashkir, Baskish, Bosnian, Breton, Bulgarian, Croatian of the Burgenland, Caló, Danish, German, Alsatian, English (incl. Scots), Estonian (incl. Võro), Faroese, Finnish, French (incl. langues d’Oïl, Friesian, (North-, East-, Sater- and West Friesian), Friulian, Gaelic (incl. Scottish-Gaelic), Gagauz, Galician, Gascon, Goranski, Modern Gutnish (Gutnish, Gutamål), Greek, Griko, Ischorish (Ingrish), Irish (incl. Ulster Scots), Icelandic, Istriotic, Istro Rumanian, Italian, Jamtlandic, Yenish, Jèrriais, Yiddisch (YIVO-Transcription), Kalmyk, Karelian, Catalan, Kashubian, Castilian, South Guelderish, Komi, Cornisch, Corsican, Crimean Tartar, Croatian, Kurdish (incl. Kurmandji), Curonian, Kven, Ladini, Latin, Leonese, Latvian, Ligurian, Limburgish, Lithuanian, Livonian, Lorrainian/Frankish, Luxembourgish, Maltese, Manx, Mari, Macedonian, Meänkieli/Tornedalfinnish, Mercheros, Mirandés, Slavomolisano, Montenegrin, Mordvin, Nehrungskurish, Low German (incl. Plautdietsch), Dutch, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Occitan/Aranese (incl. Auvergnat, Langue d'Oc, Limousin, Nissart, Provençal), Polish, Portugese, Romansh (Friulan, Ladin, Romansh), Romani/Romanes, Romanian (incl. Megleno-Romanian, Moldavian), Rusyn, Russian, Sami (incl. Inari-, Lule-, North-, Pite-, Ter- und Skoltsami), Sardinian, Swedish, Selonian, Sephardic, Serbian, Shelta/Gammen/Sheldru/Cant, Sicilian, Slovak, Slovenian (incl. Resian), Sorbian (Upper- und Lower Sorbian), Spanish, Czech, Chuvash, Turkish (incl. Laz, Tatar, Zazaki), Udmurt, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Valencian, Venetic, Welsh, Walloon, Belorussian, Vepsian, Cimbrian.

This list does not claim to be complete!

The European written languages use only Latin, Greek and Cyrillic characters.