Website definitions of Extinct Language
Source: ISO 639-3 (https://iso639-3.sil.org)
"Types of individual languages"
Extinct languages: A language is listed as extinct if it has gone extinct in recent times. (e.g. in the last few centuries). The criteria for identifying distinct languages in these case are based on intelligibility (as defined for individual languages).
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