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4.3.1.20 Value Set http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/languages

Financial Management Work Group Maturity Level: 5Normative Use Context: Not Intended for Production use

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This is a value set defined by the FHIR project.

Summary

Defining URL:http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/languages
Name:Common Languages
Definition:

This value set includes common codes from BCP-47 (http://tools.ietf.org/html/bcp47)

Committee:Financial Management Work Group
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.4.642.3.20 (for OID based terminology systems)
Source ResourceXML / JSON

This value set is used in the following places:


This value set includes codes from the following code systems:

  • Include these codes as defined in urn:ietf:bcp:47
    CodeDisplay
    arArabic
    bnBengali
    csCzech
    daDanish
    deGerman
    de-ATGerman (Austria)
    de-CHGerman (Switzerland)
    de-DEGerman (Germany)
    elGreek
    enEnglish
    en-AUEnglish (Australia)
    en-CAEnglish (Canada)
    en-GBEnglish (Great Britain)
    en-INEnglish (India)
    en-NZEnglish (New Zeland)
    en-SGEnglish (Singapore)
    en-USEnglish (United States)
    esSpanish
    es-ARSpanish (Argentina)
    es-ESSpanish (Spain)
    es-UYSpanish (Uruguay)
    fiFinnish
    frFrench
    fr-BEFrench (Belgium)
    fr-CHFrench (Switzerland)
    fr-FRFrench (France)
    fyFrysian
    fy-NLFrysian (Netherlands)
    hiHindi
    hrCroatian
    itItalian
    it-CHItalian (Switzerland)
    it-ITItalian (Italy)
    jaJapanese
    koKorean
    nlDutch
    nl-BEDutch (Belgium)
    nl-NLDutch (Netherlands)
    noNorwegian
    no-NONorwegian (Norway)
    paPunjabi
    plPolish
    ptPortuguese
    pt-BRPortuguese (Brazil)
    ruRussian
    ru-RURussian (Russia)
    srSerbian
    sr-SPSerbian (Serbia)
    svSwedish
    sv-SESwedish (Sweden)
    teTelegu
    zhChinese
    zh-CNChinese (China)
    zh-HKChinese (Hong Kong)
    zh-SGChinese (Singapore)
    zh-TWChinese (Taiwan)

Additional Language Displays

CodeDansk (Danish, da)Deutsch (German, de)English (English, en)Nederlands (Dutch, nl)Polskie (Polish, pl)Русский (Russian, ru)中文 (Chinese, zh)
arArabiskArabicArabisch
bnBengalskBengalischBengaliBengaalsБенгальский孟加拉语
csTjekkiskTschechischCzechTsjechischЧешский捷克语
daDanskDänischDanishDeensДатский丹麦语
deTyskDeutschGermanDuitsНемецкий德语
de-ATTysk (ØstrigDeutsch (Österreich)German (Austria)Duits (Oostenrijk)Немецкий (Австрия)德语 (奥地利)
de-CHTysk (Schweiz)Deutsch (Schweiz)German (Switzerland)Duits (Zwitserland)Немецкий (Швейцария)德语 (瑞士)
de-DETysk (Tyskland)Deutsch (Deutschland)German (Germany)Duits (Duitsland)Немецкий (Германия)德语 (德国)
elGræskGriechischGreekGrieksГреческий希腊语
enEngelskEnglischEnglishEngelsАнглийский英语
en-AUEngelsk (Australien)Englisch (Australien)English (Australia)Engels (Australië)Английский (Австралия)英语 (澳大利亚)
en-CAEngelsk (Canada)Englisch (Kanada)English (Canada)Engels (Canada)Английский (Канада)英语 (加拿大)
en-GBEngelsk (Storbritannien)Englisch (Großbritannien)English (Great Britain)Engels (Groot Brittannië)Английский (Великобритания)英语 (英国)
en-INEngelsk (Indien)Englisch (Indien)English (India)Engels (India)Английский (Индия)英语 (印度)
en-NZEngelsk (New Zeeland)Englisch (Neuseeland)English (New Zeland)Engels (Nieuw Zeeland)Английский (Новая Зеландия)英语 (新西兰)
en-SGEngelsk (Singapore)Englisch (Singapur)English (Singapore)Engels (Singapore)Английский (Сингапур)英语 (新加坡)
en-USEngelsk (Amerikansk)Englisch (USA)English (United States)Engels (Verenigde Staten)Английский (США)英语 (美国)
esSpanskSpanischSpanishSpaansИспанский西班牙语
es-ARSpansk (Argentina)Spanisch (Argentinien)Spanish (Argentina)Spaans (Argentinië)Испанский (Аргентина)西班牙语 (阿根廷)
es-ESSpansk (Spanien)Spanisch (Spanien)Spanish (Spain)Spaans (Spanje)Испанский (Испания)西班牙语 (西班牙)
es-UYSpansk (Uruguay)Spanisch (Uruguay)Spanish (Uruguay)Spaans (Uruguay)Испанский (Уругвай)西班牙语 (乌拉圭)
fiFinskFinnischFinnishFinsФинский芬兰语
frFranskFranzösischFrenchFransФранцузский法语
fr-BEFinsk (Belgien)Französisch (Belgien)French (Belgium)Frans (België)
fr-CHFransk (Schweiz)Französisch (Schweiz)French (Switzerland)Frans (Zwitserland)Французский (Швейцария)法语 (比利时)
fr-FRFransk (Frankrig)Französisch (Frankreich)French (France)Frans (Frankrijk)Французский (Франция)法语 (瑞士)
fyFrisiskFriesischFrysianFries弗里士兰语
fy-NLFrisisk (Holland)Friesisch (Niederlande)Frysian (Netherlands)Fries (Nederland)弗里士兰语(荷兰)
hiHindiHindiHindi
hrKroatiskKroatischCroatianKroatischХорватский克罗地亚语
itItalienskItalienischItalianItaliaansИтальянский意大利语
it-CHItaliensk (Schweiz)Italienisch (Schweiz)Italian (Switzerland)Italiaans (Zwitserland)Итальянский (Швейцария)意大利语 (瑞士)
it-ITItaliensk (Italien)Italienisch (Italien)Italian (Italy)Italiaans (Italië)Итальянский (Италия)意大利语 (意大利)
jaJapanskJapanischJapaneseJapansЯпонский日语
koKoreanskKoreanischKoreanKoreaansКорейский朝鲜语
nlHollandskNiederländischDutchNederlandsНидерландский荷兰语
nl-BEHollandsk (Belgien)Niederländisch (Belgien)Dutch (Belgium)Nederlands (België)荷兰语 (比利时)
nl-NLHollandsk (Holland)Niederländisch (Niederlande)Dutch (Netherlands)Nederlands (Nederland)Нидерландский (Нидерланды)荷兰语 (荷兰)
noNorskNorwegischNorwegianNoorsНорвежский挪威语
no-NONorsk (Norge)Norwegisch (Norwegen)Norwegian (Norway)Noors (Noorwegen)Норвежский (Норвегия)挪威语 (挪威)
paPunjabiPunjabiPunjabi
plPolskie
ptPortugisiskPortugiesischPortuguesePortugeesПортугальский葡萄牙语
pt-BRPortugisisk (Brasilien)Portugiesisch (Brasilien)Portuguese (Brazil)Portugees (Brazilië)Португальский (Бразилия)葡萄牙语 (巴西)
ruRussiskRussischRussianRussischРусский俄语
ru-RURussisk (Rusland)Russisch (Russland)Russian (Russia)Russisch (Rusland)Русский (Россия)俄语 (俄罗斯)
srSerbiskSerbischSerbianServischСербский塞尔维亚语
sr-SPSerbisk (Serbien)Serbisch (Serbien)Serbian (Serbia)Servisch (Servië)Сербский (Сербия)塞尔维亚语 (塞尔维亚)
svSvenskSchwedischSwedishZweedsШведский瑞典语
sv-SESvensk (Sverige)Schwedisch (Schweden)Swedish (Sweden)Zweeds (Zweden)Шведский (Швеция)瑞典语 (瑞典)
teTeluguTeluguTeleguTeloegoeТелугу泰卢固语
zhKinesiskChinesischChineseChineesKитайский中文
zh-CNKinesisk (Kina)Chinesisch (China)Chinese (China)Chinees (China)Kитайский (Китай)中文 (中国)
zh-HKKinesisk (Hong Kong)Chinesisch (Hong Kong)Chinese (Hong Kong)Chinees (Hong Kong)Kитайский (Гонконг)中文 (香港特别行政区)
zh-SGKinesisk (Singapore)Chinesisch (Singapur)Chinese (Singapore)Chinees (Singapore)Kитайский (Сингапур)中文 (新加坡)
zh-TWKinesisk (Taiwan)Chinesisch (Taiwan)Chinese (Taiwan)Chinees (Taiwan)Kитайский (Тайвань)中文 (台湾)

 

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Explanation of the columns that may appear on this page:

LvlA few code lists that FHIR defines are hierarchical - each code is assigned a level. For value sets, levels are mostly used to organize codes for user convenience, but may follow code system hierarchy - see Code System for further information
SourceThe source of the definition of the code (when the value set draws in codes defined elsewhere)
CodeThe code (used as the code in the resource instance). If the code is in italics, this indicates that the code is not selectable ('Abstract')
DisplayThe display (used in the display element of a Coding). If there is no display, implementers should not simply display the code, but map the concept into their application
DefinitionAn explanation of the meaning of the concept
CommentsAdditional notes about how to use the code