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Romanian Language Statistics/Facts

Romanian is the language spoken officially in Romania and the Republic of Moldova. The Romanian language is also one of the six official languages in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, in Serbia. There are more than 27 million Romanian speakers all over the world, 24 million of which speak it as a native language. Due to emigration, you can find Romanian speaking communities all over the world, mostly in Europe, but also in the US and Canada. There is also a large community of Romanian speakers in Israel. Romanian is one of the five languages used in religious services in Greece, at Mount Athos. In the regions with Romanian communities, the language is also taught in some schools.

Romanian is a Romance language from the Indo-European language family belonging to the Italic branch. Romanian has more than 70% in common with languages like Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese; it is considered by some to be the closest living language to the Latin structure.

Organizations from around the world use Romanian as an official or administrative language, in the places where Romanian communities have a higher density and also in the European Union and the Latin Union.

Dialects of Romanian

WallachianSpoken in the Dobrogea, Muntenia, Oltenia (the southern part of Romania)
MoldavianCurrently split among Romania, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, spoken in the historical region of Moldavia
BanatSpoken in the historical region of Banat and parts of Serbia
MaramureșSpoken in the northern part of Romania, in the historical region of Maramureș, currently split between Romania and Ukraine

Countries Where Romanian Is Spoken

  • Bulgaria
  • Greece
  • Moldova
  • Serbia
  • Canada
  • Hungary
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • France
  • Israel
  • Romania
  • Ukraine
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Russia
  • United States

Romanian-Speaking Country Data

Country: Romania

Capital: Bucharest
Population: 21,529,967
Semi Presidential Republic: President Klaus Lohannis
Currency: Romanian Leu (RON)
GDP (ppp): $22,300
Unemployment: 6.7%
Government Type: Semi Presidential Republic
Industries: Automotive, mining, construction, petrochemical, agriculture, oil refining, shoes, textiles, timber, chemicals, food processing

Country: Moldova

Capital: Chișinău
Population: 3,474,121
Parliamentary Republic: President Igor DODON
Currency: Moldovan Leu (MDL)
GDP (ppp): $5,300
Unemployment: 4.2%
Government Type: Parliamentary Republic
Industries: Agriculture, wine industry, tobacco cultures, textile, food processing, power generation, engineering, hosiery, shoes

Country: Serbia

Capital: Belgrade
Population: 7,111,024
Parliamentary Republic: President Aleksandar Vucic
Currency: Serbian Dinar (RSD)
GDP (ppp): $14,500
Unemployment: 13.8%
Government Type: Parliamentary Republic
Industries: Coal, oil and gas, chemicals, metals, machinery, aerospace, shipbuilding, manufacturing, communications, agriculture, consumer durable goods, textiles, processed foods, and handicrafts

Romanian Language History

The battles between the Romans and Dacians started during the time of Emperor Domitian (88, en) and were continued by the Emperor Train. These battles lead to a transformation of the Roman province of Dacia, for 165 years, until the Emperor Aurelian withdraws Roman garrisons in the south of the Danube.
During this time, in Dacia are brought Roman colonists, merchants, soldiers who, after fulfilling their obligations, are rewarded with privileges (such as land and civil rights). In the year 212 AD, the emperor Caracalla releases “Constitutio Antoniana” that states that the Dacians would become Romanian citizens, due to assuming the Roman lifestyle and the Latin language.

During the years 101 and 271 Ad, the Romanian language has a bilingualism problem because the language is interbred with the Latin language. The Latin language prevailed because it was a great tool of communication, improved tremendously by the work of great writers and men of culture.

Another crossing point for the Romanian language appeared when the Slavic people arrived; the Latin rules of linguistic conversion can’t be apply to the words of Slavic origin. Some linguists consider that, at this point, a second cross between newly formed Romanian and the Slavic language occurs, the Romanian language coming out as a winner.

Being more numerous and better organized north of the Danube, the Romanian population assimilated or rejected the Slavs. The Slavic people have then crossed over to the south of the Danube dispersing the Romanian community from that area.

Romanian language training era is followed by a time of the general Romanian language between the 6th and the 9th century. During this time, we have a separation of Aromanian ethnic group, which gradually descends to the south, under the pressure of the Slavic and Hungarian groups from the Pannonia and Dalmatian area. The place of birth and forming of the Romanian language is situated both north and south of the Danube, in the territory of the former Roman provinces of Dacia, Moesia, Illyria, Pannonia and Dardania.

The presence of Aromanians is signaled in Macedonia, Achaia and Thessaloniki since 1308, some stating that they had come to Hungary under the pressures of the Hungarians and the Huns, and from the Sava River region were displaced by the arrival of the Serbs.

Modern history states that the first grammar book of the Romanian language was published in Vienna in 1780. In the present time the Romanian language achieved popularity outside of the boarder of Romania with the help of numerous artists and award winning movies.