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I wanted to ask you if I could add "Nones" as a new language on Wikipedia. I live in northern Italy, and Nones is spoken by many people in the region of Trentino - Alto Adige. It is a very nice language and in our areas it is very important and understood by everybody. Thank you! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Kinghoden (talk) March 2013
"Nones_Language" is a language of the family of the Ladin_language, spoken in the Non_Valley in Italy. Many linguists say that it is a variant or a dialect of the Ladin language, since it shares many similarities. As alls know, the Ladin Language is certenly a Language, but there isn't a "standard-ladin". Then Nones Language is a variant of the Ladin Language and a part of it. A Man called Mussolini - shure not a friend of the minorities - wrote in "Il Trentino visto da un Socialista" that "The Non valley" is a "semi-ladin valley"".