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NAME
       Date::Manip::Lang::dutch	- Dutch	language support.

SYNOPSIS
       This module contains a list of words and	expressions supporting the
       language. It is not intended to be used directly	(other Date::Manip
       modules will load it as needed).

LANGUAGE EXPRESSIONS
       The following is	a list of all language words and expressions used to
       write times and/or dates.

       All strings are case insensitive.

       Month names and abbreviations
	   When	writing	out the	name of	the month, several different
	   variations may exist	including full names and abbreviations.

	   The following month names may be used:

	      januari

	      februari

	      maart

	      april

	      mei

	      juni

	      juli

	      augustus

	      september

	      oktober

	      november

	      december

	   The following abbreviations may be used:

	      jan

	      feb

	      maa
	      mrt

	      apr

	      mei

	      jun

	      jul

	      aug

	      sep

	      oct
	      okt

	      nov

	      dec

       Day names and abbreviations
	   When	writing	out the	name of	the day, several different variations
	   may exist including full names and abbreviations.

	   The following day names may be used:

	      maandag

	      dinsdag

	      woensdag

	      donderdag

	      vrijdag

	      zaterdag

	      zondag

	   The following abbreviations may be used:

	      ma

	      di

	      wo

	      do

	      vr

	      zat
	      za

	      zon
	      zo

	   The following short (1-2 characters)	abbreviations may be used:

	      M

	      D

	      W

	      D

	      V

	      Za

	      Zo

       Delta field names
	   These are the names (and abbreviations) for the fields in a delta.
	   There are 7 fields: years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes,
	   seconds.

	   The names and abbreviations for these fields	are:

	      jaren
	      jaar
	      ja
	      j

	      maanden
	      maand
	      mnd

	      weken
	      week
	      w

	      dagen
	      dag
	      d

	      uren
	      uur
	      u
	      h

	      minuten
	      m
	      minuut
	      min

	      seconden
	      seconde
	      sec
	      s

       Morning/afternoon times
	   This	is a list of expressions use to	designate morning or afternoon
	   time	when a time is entered as a 12-hour time rather	than a 24-hour
	   time.  For example, in English, the time "17:00" could be specified
	   as "5:00 PM".

	   Morning and afternoon time may be designated	by the following sets
	   of words:

	      am
	      a.m.
	      vm
	      v.m.
	      voormiddag
	      's ochtends
	      ochtend
	      's nachts
	      nacht

	      pm
	      p.m.
	      nm
	      n.m.
	      namiddag
	      's middags
	      middag
	      's avonds
	      avond

       Each or every
	   There are a list of words that specify every	occurrence of
	   something.  These are used in the following phrases:

	      EACH Monday
	      EVERY Monday
	      EVERY month

	   The following words may be used:

	      elke
	      elk

       Next/Previous/Last occurrence
	   There are a list of words that may be used to specify the next,
	   previous, or	last occurrence	of something.  These words could be
	   used	in the following phrases:

	      NEXT week

	      LAST Tuesday
	      PREVIOUS Tuesday

	      LAST day of the month

	   The following words may be used:

	   Next	occurrence:

	      volgende
	      volgend

	   Previous occurrence:

	      voorgaande
	      voorgaand
	      vorige

	   Last	occurrence:

	      laatste
	      afgelopen

       Delta words for going forward/backward in time
	   When	parsing	deltas,	there are words	that may be used to specify
	   the the delta will refer to a time in the future or to a time in
	   the past (relative to some date).  In English, for example, you
	   might say:

	      IN 5 days
	      5	days AGO

	   The following words may be used to specify deltas that refer	to
	   dates in the	past or	future respectively:

	      geleden
	      vroeger
	      eerder

	      over
	      later

       Business	mode
	   This	contains two lists of words which can be used to specify a
	   standard (i.e. non-business)	delta or a business delta.

	   Previously, it was used to tell whether the delta was approximate
	   or exact, but now this list is not used except to force the delta
	   to be standard.

	   The following words may be used:

	      exact
	      precies
	      nauwkeurig
	      ongeveer
	      ong
	      ong.
	      circa
	      ca
	      ca.

	   The following words may be used to specify a	business delta:

	      werk
	      werkdagen
	      zakelijke
	      zakelijk

       Numbers
	   Numbers may be spelled out in a variety of ways.  The following
	   sets	correspond to the numbers from 1 to 53:

	      1ste
	      eerste
	      een

	      2de
	      tweede
	      twee

	      3de
	      derde
	      drie

	      4de
	      vierde
	      vier

	      5de
	      vijfde
	      vijf

	      6de
	      zesde
	      zes

	      7de
	      zevende
	      zeven

	      8ste
	      achtste
	      acht

	      9de
	      negende
	      negen

	      10de
	      tiende
	      tien

	      11de
	      elfde
	      elf

	      12de
	      twaalfde
	      twaalf

	      13de
	      dertiende
	      dertien

	      14de
	      veertiende
	      veertien

	      15de
	      vijftiende
	      vijftien

	      16de
	      zestiende
	      zestien

	      17de
	      zeventiende
	      zeventien

	      18de
	      achttiende
	      achttien

	      19de
	      negentiende
	      negentien

	      20ste
	      twintigstetiende
	      twintigtien
	      twintig

	      21ste
	      eenentwintigstetiende
	      een-en-twintigste
	      eenentwintigtien
	      een-en-twintig
	      Eenentwintig

	      22ste
	      tweeentwintigstetiende
	      twee-en-twintigste
	      tweeentwintigtien
	      twee-en-twintig
	      tweeentwintig
	      tweeentwintigste
	      tweeA<<ntwintig
	      tweeA<<ntwintigste

	      23ste
	      drieentwintigstetiende
	      drie-en-twintigste
	      drieentwintigtien
	      drie-en-twintig
	      drieentwintig
	      drieentwintigste
	      drieA<<ntwintig
	      drieA<<ntwintigste

	      24ste
	      vierentwintigstetiende
	      vier-en-twintigste
	      vierentwintigtien
	      vier-en-twintig
	      vierentwintig
	      vierentwintigste

	      25ste
	      vijfentwintigstetiende
	      vijf-en-twintigste
	      vijfentwintigtien
	      vijf-en-twintig
	      vijfentwintig
	      vijfentwintigste

	      26ste
	      zesentwintigstetiende
	      zes-en-twintigste
	      zesentwintigtien
	      zes-en-twintig
	      zesentwintig
	      zesentwintigste

	      27ste
	      zevenentwintigstetiende
	      zeven-en-twintigste
	      zevenentwintigtien
	      zeven-en-twintig
	      zevenentwintig
	      zevenentwintigste

	      28ste
	      achtentwintigstetiende
	      acht-en-twintigste
	      achtentwintigtien
	      acht-en-twintig
	      achtentwintig
	      achtentwintigste

	      29ste
	      negenentwintigstetiende
	      negen-en-twintigste
	      negenentwintigtien
	      negen-en-twintig
	      negenentwintig
	      negenentwintigste

	      30ste
	      dertigsteentwintigstetiende
	      dertigste-en-twintigste
	      dertigentwintigtien
	      dertig-en-twintig
	      dertig
	      dertigste

	      31ste
	      eenendertigsteentwintigstetiende
	      een-en-dertigste-en-twintigste
	      eenendertigentwintigtien
	      een-en-dertig-en-twintig
	      eenendertig
	      eenendertigste

	      32ste
	      tweeendertig
	      tweeendertigste
	      tweeA<<ndertig
	      tweeA<<ndertigste

	      33ste
	      drieendertig
	      drieendertigste
	      drieA<<ndertig
	      drieA<<ndertigste

	      34ste
	      vierendertig
	      vierendertigste

	      35ste
	      vijfendertig
	      vijfendertigste

	      36ste
	      zesendertig
	      zesendertigste

	      37ste
	      zevenendertig
	      zevenendertigste

	      38ste
	      achtendertig
	      achtendertigste

	      39ste
	      negenendertig
	      negenendertigste

	      40ste
	      veertig
	      veertigste

	      41ste
	      eenenveertig
	      eenenveertigste

	      42ste
	      tweeA<<nveertig
	      tweeA<<nveertigste
	      tweeenveertig
	      tweeenveertigste

	      43ste
	      drieA<<nveertig
	      drieA<<nveertigste
	      drieenveertig
	      drieenveertigste

	      44ste
	      vierenveertig
	      vierenveertigste

	      45ste
	      vijfenveertig
	      vijfenveertigste

	      46ste
	      zesenveertig
	      zesenveertigste

	      47ste
	      zevenenveertig
	      zevenenveertigste

	      48ste
	      achtenveertig
	      achtenveertigste

	      49ste
	      negenenveertig
	      negenenveertigste

	      50ste
	      vijftig
	      vijftigste

	      51ste
	      eenenvijftig
	      eenenvijftigste

	      52ste
	      tweeA<<nvijftig
	      tweeA<<nvijftigste
	      tweeenvijftig
	      tweeenvijftigste

	      53ste
	      drieA<<nvijftig
	      drieA<<nvijftigste
	      drieenvijftig
	      drieenvijftigste

       Ignored words
	   In writing out dates	in common forms, there are a number of words
	   that	are typically not important.

	   There is frequently a word that appears in a	phrase to designate
	   that	a time is going	to be specified	next.  In English, you would
	   use the word	AT in the example:

	      December 3 at 12:00

	   The following words may be used:

	      om

	   Another word	is used	to designate one member	of a set.  In English,
	   you would use the words IN or OF:

	      1st day OF December
	      1st day IN December

	   The following words may be used:

	      in
	      van

	   Another word	is use to specify that something is on a certain date.
	   In English, you would use ON:

	      ON July 5th

	   The following words may be used:

	      op

       Words that set the date,	time, or both
	   There are some words	that can be used to specify a date, a time, or
	   both	relative to now.

	   Words that set the date are similar to the English words
	   'yesterday' or 'tomorrow'.  These are specified as a	delta which is
	   added to the	current	time to	get a date.  The time is NOT set
	   however, so the delta is only partially used	(it should only
	   include year, month,	week, and day fields).

	   The following words may be used:

	      eergisteren	   -0:0:0:2:0:0:0
	      gisteren		   -0:0:0:1:0:0:0
	      morgen		   +0:0:0:1:0:0:0
	      overmorgen	   +0:0:0:2:0:0:0
	      vandaag		   0:0:0:0:0:0:0

	   Words that set only the time	of day are similar to the English
	   words 'noon'	or 'midnight'.

	   The following words may be used:

	      middernacht	   00:00:00
	      noen		   12:00:00

	   Words that set the entire time and date (relative to	the current
	   time	and date) are also available.

	   In English, the word	'now' is one of	these.

	   The following words may be used:

	      nou		   0:0:0:0:0:0:0
	      nu		   0:0:0:0:0:0:0

       Hour/Minute/Second separators
	   When	specifying the time of day, the	most common separator is a
	   colon (:) which can be used for both	separators.

	   Some	languages use different	pairs.	For example, French allows you
	   to specify the time as 13h30:20, so it would	use the	following
	   pairs:

	      :	:
	      h	:

	   The first column is the hour-minute separator and the second	column
	   is the minute-second	separator.  Both are perl regular expressions.
	   When	creating a new translation, be aware that regular expressions
	   with	utf-8 characters may be	tricky.	 For example, don't include
	   the expression '[x]'	where 'x' is a utf-8 character.

	   A pair of colons is ALWAYS allowed for all languages.  If a
	   language allows additional pairs, they are listed here:

	      [.]  [.]
	      [uh]  [m]

       Fractional second separator
	   When	specifying fractional seconds, the most	common way is to use a
	   decimal point (.).  Some languages may specify a different
	   separator that might	be used.  If this is done, it is a regular
	   expression.

	   The decimal point is	ALWAYS allowed for all languages.  If a
	   language allows another separator, it is listed here:

	      Not defined in this language

KNOWN BUGS
       None known.

BUGS AND QUESTIONS
       Please refer to the Date::Manip::Problems documentation for information
       on submitting bug reports or questions to the author.

SEE ALSO
       Date::Manip	 - main	module documentation

LICENSE
       This script is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR
       Sullivan	Beck (sbeck@cpan.org)

perl v5.32.1			  2020-11-30	   Date::Manip::Lang::dutch(3)

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