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About the Dalmatian language[edit]

The Dalmatian language is a Romance extinct language, it was spoken in Dalmatia, current Croatia. It was extinct when her last speaker, Tuone Udaina (in Italian: Antonio Udina) died in 1898, death by explosion in current island of Krk.

About the vocabulary and dictionaries[edit]

There is in Neciklopedija a page with a Dalmatian vocabulary, but limited, it's from the website dalmatianlanguage. It's available here.

About the grammar[edit]

The grammatical rules known about the Dalmatian language were archived by scholar Mateo Bartoli. In Web, the content is available in mainly. The near future there is in Neciklopedija a page about the grammar.