Languages of Portugal
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Portuguese is practically universal in Portugal, but there are some specificities.
- Dialects of the Portuguese in Portugal
- Barranquenho - In the town of Barrancos (in the border between Extremadura, Andalusia and Portugal), a dialect of Portuguese heavily influenced by Extremaduran is spoken, known as Barranquenho.
- Caló language - spoken by the Romani people in Portugal
- Minderico - a sociolect or argot spoken in Minde, practically extinct
- Mirandese language - A dialect of Astur-Leonese spoken in Miranda do Douro in northeastern Portugal, recognized officially as a minority language in 1999.
- Portuguese Sign Language
Other languages have been extensively spoken in the territory of modern Portugal:
- Proto-Celtic & Celtic languages
- Tartessian language
- Lusitanian language
Roman, Post-Roman and Medieval languages
- Arabic language
- Berber languages
- Germanic languages
- Latin language
- Scythian languages
- "SPECIAL EUROBAROMETER 386 Europeans and their Languages" (PDF). ec.europa.eu. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-01-06.