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