# - No information provided
0 - Not translation
1 - Translation
Source of code
# - MARC language code
7 - Source specified in subfield $2
|$a - Language code associated with
community information entity (R)
$b - Language code of supertitle or subtitle (R)
$h - Language code of original (R)
|$2 - Source of code (NR)
$6 - Linkage (NR)
$8 - Field link and sequence number (R)
Codes for languages associated with the community information entity when the language code in field 008/12-14 (Language) is insufficient for a multilingual entity. Codes from: MARC Code List for Languages or other code lists, such as ISO 639-1 (Codes for the representation of names of languages -- Part 1: alpha-2 code).
Used in conjunction with 008/12-14 (Language). The code in 008/12-14 is also recorded as the first code in subfield $a of field 041. If a non-MARC code is used to express the predominate language in an item, field 008/12-14 is coded with three fill characters (| | |).
Used when one or more of the following conditions exist:
In records for organizations or agencies (Leader/07, code o) and programs or services (Leader/07, code p), the language associated with the community information entity is the language spoken by the staff; for individuals (Leader/07, code n) and events (Leader/07, code q), the language is that spoken by the individual or by those participating in the event.
Languages may also be recorded in textual form in field 546 (Language Note).
[The entity includes text in English and German.]
|546||##$aFluent in English and Spanish.|
[The opera was originally written in Russian and is being performed in English.]
|546||##$aThe staff speaks English, French, and Spanish.|
|546||##$aIn English and Spanish.|
|110||2#$aNew York City Opera.|
|546||##$aEnglish language supertitles.|
Italian with English language supertitles.
[The opera was originally written in French and is being performed in Italian with the use of English supertitles.]
[Two language code schemes are used and field 041 is repeated]
speaks English, Chinese, German, Russian, and
[English is the predominant language.]
|546||##$aThe staff speaks English, French, and German.|
[The staff speaks English (the predominant language) and eight other languages.]