High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! An official language is
a language that is given a special legal status in a particular
country, state, or other territory. Typically a nation's official
language will be the one used in that nation's courts, parliament
and administration. However, official status can also be used to
give a language (often indigenous) a legal status, even if that
language is not widely spoken. For example, in New Zealand the Mori
language has official status under the Mori Language Act even
though it is spoken by less than five percent of the New Zealand
population. Non-national or supra-national organizations such as
the United Nations and the European Union may also have official
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