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The Kven language is a Finno-Ugric language, spoken mostly by the Kven population in Northern Norway. Once considered a dialect of the Finnish language, it received a legal minority language status in 2005, within the framework of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
Kven language is closely related to the three other official modern-day Finnic languages spoken in Northern Scandinavia: The Meänkieli language (spoken in today's Northern Sweden), the Karelian language (spoken in today's Northwestern Russia) and the Finnish language.
In a 2005 census, the number of people speeking the Kven language in Norway is estimated to be between 2,000 and 8,000, depending on the criteria used.
Today, most speakers of the Kven language are found mostly in the extreme Northeastern parts of Norway, in such communities as Bugoynes and Neiden (a municipality of Sør-Varanger, where the last centuries' main migration of Kven people took place from 1830 to 1860), Vestre Jakobselv and Vadso (Vadsø Municipality) and Børselv (Municipality of Porsanger). A few older speakers may still be found also in the municipalities of Nordreisa and Storfjord. Bugøynes, by Varanger Fjord, perhaps remains the most vital of all the remaining Kven communities in Norway.
The Kven language has come to incorporate many Norwegian loan words, e.g. tyskäläinen (meaning "German" in English). The Kven language also uses some old Finnish words that no longer are used in Finland.
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