Casinos supporting Romanian language
Unlike some of its Eastern European neighbours, Romanian is considered a Romance language. Spoken by over 20 million people, Romanian is the standard language in Romania, Moldova and the Ukraine.
Romanian is a mix of languages which stem from its written origins in the early 16th century. Combining words and phrases from French, German, Turkish, and Greek languages, Romanian began its life in the older version of the Cyrillic alphabet as well as Latin. In the late 16th century the Cyrillic was removed in favour of a Romanian alphabet written completely in Latin. By the 18th century this was intermingled with the Italian alphabet.
Today, Romanian is written in a Western-style alphabet comprised of 28 letters, with multiple letters utilized with diphthongs and triphthongs for "A", "I", "S", and "T", "Q", "W", and "Y" are not included in the official Romanian alphabet; however, they are utilized when speaking or writing foreign words with no Romanian translation.