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|Native to||Novgorod Republic|
|Ethnicity||Novgorodian people, Vladimirian people, Slavs|
|Native Speakers||circa 540 million|
|Official language in||Novgorod|
|Regulated by||Novgorodian Language Institute|
The Novgorodian language is a Slavic language primarily spoken in Novgorod, as well as in diaspora around the eastern European area. There are numerous Novgorodian-speaking communities around the world, specifically in Brazil, the United States, and Canada. It is a branch of the Eastern Slavic language family.
Novgorodian has some quirks that aren't found in other Slavic languages, for example there is no second palatalization. The letters are unique as other Slavic languages, as the Church Slavonic alphabet isn't used in the Novgorodian language. Because of this, most people raised to speak the Novgorodian language have historically usually been literate.