The romanized version of a language name, sorted in alphabetical, left-to-right order, without diacritics. For many languages, a grammatical article or the word for 'language' may normally appear before the language name; move this word to the end for sorting purposes. For example, romanized Arabic is 'Al-ʿArabīyah', whereas the sorted, romanized version is 'Arabiyah, Al'.
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