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Megleno-Romanian (Vlaheshte) is a Romance language, similar to Aromanian, spoken in the Moglená region, located in the Kilkis and Serres prefectures in Macedonia, Greece, as well as in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Spoken by the Moglenite Vlachs who call themselves Vlashi, it is considered to be an endangered language.
Some scholars consider Megleno-Romanian to be a dialect of the Aromanian language, while others consider it to be an independent language. It is closer to standard Romanian than the Aromanian spoken by a much larger minority in the Pindus; some linguists consider it to be an intermediary between the two.
While the evolution of the Aromanian language can be explained by the fact that the Aromanians were isolated from the speakers of other Eastern Romance languages from the 9th century, it seems that the Moglenites and Romanians broke their linguistic union at a much later time; one theory is that the Moglenites were settled in the area some time around the 14th century by the Byzantines. Other theories reject this scenario.
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