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In ISO 639 and BCP 47 standards, the [mo] language code has been deprecated, as being essentially an orthographic variant of standard Romanian, just written with the Cyrillic script, i.e. [ro-Cyrl] in BCP 47, and with minor dialectal differences (notably some Slavic borrowings from Russian or Ukrainian by dual-language speakers in Moldova and the Dniestr river region).
- Language (ISO 639)
- ISO 639-1 : mo
- ISO 639-2 : mol
- ISO 639-3 : mol | Ethnologue | Glottolog | Multitree | Odin | OLAC | OmegaWiki
- ISO 639-5 : (none)
- Scripts (ISO 15924)
- Cyrl / 220 (Cyrillic), supported in Unicode since version 1.1 with the alias Cyrillic : Translation tool | Recent changes
- Latn / 215 (Latin), supported in Unicode since version 1.1 with the alias Latin : mo-Latn, mo-Latn – (disabled)
- Wikimedia projects [mo:]
- Wikipedia, Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikiquote, Wikinews, Wikivoyage, Wikisource, Wikiversity