ISO 639-2 Registration Authority - Library of Congress

ISO 639 Registration Form

Request for addition or change

Please review the criteria for registration of language codes for the assignment of new language codes
(ISO 639-2 or ISO 639-1)

 

1. New Languages

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Name of language (English):
(Required)

Name of language (French):

Reference where found:

Name of language (indigenous)

Reference where found:

If in non-Roman script and supply a romanized form, indicate transliteration system used:

Evidence of sufficient number of documents to establish separate code per ISO 639-2 Annex A A.2.1 (request by one agency with 50 documents or five agencies with a total of 50 among them). Please cite name of institution(s) where documents are held and number at each. Example: Library of Congress (65)a:
(Required)

Additional information (may include number of speakers):

Request addition in:

ISO 639-2 only

ISO 639-1 and ISO 639-2
(Note that ISO 639-1 is a subset of ISO 639-2)

Code suggestion (Note that there is no guarantee that these codes will be assigned):

2. Changes

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Name of language (English):
(Required)

Name of language (French):

ISO 639-2/B code:
(Required)

ISO 639-2/T code:
(Required)

Indicate specific change requested including justification and any references:
(Required)

Note: Codes that have already been used are generally not changed. Language names may be changed when well documented.


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