D (Pajenn nevez : Rummad:Yezhoniezh Trede rann ISO 639 eo '''ISO 639-3'''. War ar stern emañ c'hoazh. Labourat e e vez warnañ evit ledanaat ISO 639-2 evit ma vefe ur c'hod unvan evit hol...)
Trede rann [[ISO 639]] eo '''ISO 639-3'''. War ar stern emañ c'hoazh. Labourat e e vez warnañ evit ledanaat [[ISO 639-2]] evit ma vefe ur c'hod unvan evit holl [[:Rummad:Yezhoù ar bed|yezhoù ar bed]].
The draft from [[2005-07-30]] contains 7602 entries. The inventory of languages is based on three sources: the individual languages contained in 639-2 are the basis, this was extended by modern languages from the [[Ethnologue]] 15th edition, and by historic varieties, ancient languages and [[constructed language|artificial languages]] from the [[Linguist List]].▼
The status of this project is that of Final Draft International Standard (FDIS). The current draft is referred to as '''ISO/FDIS 639-3'''. As of August 2006, it is in ballot for approval as standard; in theory, it could be approved and published before the end of the year.
Some of these macrolanguages had no individual language as defined by 639-3 in ISO 639-2, e.g. 'ara'. Others like 'nor' had their two individual parts ('nno', 'nob') already in 639-2.
This is an attempt to deal with varieties that may be linguistically distinct from each other, but are treated by their speakers as two forms of the same language, e.g. in cases of [[diglossia]].
See http://www.sil.org/iso639-3/macrolanguages.asp for the complete list.