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Slavic Cataloging Manual
MARC Format

Language Codes for Slavic and East European Areas


bosBosnian      See: Bosnian Language
cauAbkhaz
cauAdyghe
albAlbanian
tutAltai
tutAltaic (Other)
armArmenian
azeAzerbaijani
tutBalkar Use: Karachay-Balkar
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
batBaltic (Other)
bakBashkir
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
cauBats
belBelarusian
bulBulgarian
tutBuriat
slaCakavian
cauCaucasian (Other)
chgChagatai
cheChechen
chuChurch Slavic
chvChuvash
tutCrimean Tatar
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
hrv Croatian
slaCzech, Old (to 1500)
czeCzech
tutDagur
cauDargwa
fiuErzya
estEstonian
tutEven
tutEvenki
finFinnish
fiuFinno-Ugrian (Other)
geoGeorgian
tutGreek Tatar
hunHungarian
fiuIngrian
cauIngush
cauKabardian
tutKalmyk
kaaKara-Kalpak
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
tutKarachay-Balkar
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
fiuKarelian
slaKashubian
kazKazakh
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
tutKhakass
tutKhalaj
fiuKhanty
tutKipchak
kirKirghiz
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
fiuKomi
fiuKomi-Permyak
cauLak
lavLatvian
litLithuanian
fiuLivonian
fiuLudic
macMacedonian
tutManchu
fiuMansi
fiuMari
tutMoghol
fiuMoksha
molMoldavian
monMongolian
tutMonguor
fiuMordvin
tutNanai
tutNogai
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
tutNorthern Altai
tutOirat
slaPolabian
polPolish
batPrussian
batPrussian
rumRomanian
romRomany
slaRussian, Old (to 1300)
rusRussian
srp Serbian
scr Serbo-Croatian (Roman) - OBSOLETE
scc Serbo-Croatian (Cyrillic) - OBSOLETE
slaSlavic (Other)
sloSlovak
slvSlovenian
wenSorbian languages
cauSvan
cauTabasaran
tjk
was: taj
Tajik
tat
was: tar
Tatar
See also: Classification of Literary Authors
tutTurkish, Old (to 1500
tukTurkmen
tutTuvinian
cauUbykh
fiuUdmurt
uigUigur
slaUkrainian, Old (ca. 1300-1700)
ukrUkrainian
wenUpper Sorbian
cauUrartian
uzbUzbek
fiuVeps
tutYakut
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