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LANGUAGES & DIALECTS BY LANGUAGE


Acholi – Uganda, Sudan
Afrikaans – South Africa, Namibia
Akan – Ghana, Ivory Coast
Akateko – Guatemala
Albanian – Albania
Algerian Arabic – Algeria
Amharic – Ethiopia
Anyuak (Anuak) – Ethiopia, Eritrea
Arabic – Widely Distributed
Armenian [Eastern, Western] – Armenia
Ashanti (Asante Twi) – Ghana
Assyrian – Iraq
Azerbaijani – Azerbaijan
Azorean Portuguese – Azores Islands
Bahnar – Vietnam
Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) – Indonesia
Bambara – Mali
Belarusian – Belarus
Bengali – Bangladesh, India
Bosnian – Bosnia & Herzegovina
Brazilian Portuguese – Brazil
Bulgarian – Bulgaria
Burmese – Myanmar (former Burma)
Cambodian (Khmer) – Cambodia
Cantonese – China
Cape Verdean (Portuguese Creole) – Cape Verde
Catalan – Andorra, Spain
Cebuano – Philippines
Chaldean – Iraq
Chamorro – Guam
Chaozhou (Teochew) – China
Chin – Myanmar (former Burma)
Chinese (var. languages/dialects) – China
Chuukese (Trukese) – Micronesia (Chuuk)
Croatian – Croatia
Czech – Czech Republic
Danish – Denmark
Dari (Afgan Farsi) – Afghanistan
Dene – Canada
Dewoin – Liberia
Dinka – Sudan
Doumenese – China
Duala – Cameroon
Dutch – Netherlands
Dzongkha – Bhutan
Egyptian Arabic – Egypt
English
Estonian – Estonia
Ewe – Ghana
Falam – Myanmar (former Burma)
Fante – Ghana
Farsi (Persian) – Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan
Fijian – Fiji
Fijian Hindi – Fiji
Filipino (Tagalog) – Philippines
Finnish – Finland
Flemish – Belgium
French – Africa, Canada, France, Tunisia, et al.
French Creole – Caribbean
Fukienese – China
Fulani (Fulfulde, Fula) – Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal
Fuzhou – China
Ga – Ghana
Gen (Mina) – Togo, Benin
German – Germany
Gokana (Khana) – Nigeria
Greek – Greece
Gujarati – India
Haitian Creole – Haiti
Haka Burmese – Myanmar (former Burma)
Hakka – China
Hausa – Niger
Hebrew – Israel
Hindi – India
Hmong – China, Vietnam, Laos
Hungarian – Hungary
Ibo (Igbo) – Nigeria
Ilocano – Philippines
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) – Indonesia
Iraqi Arabic – Iraq
Italian – Italy
Japanese – Japan
Jarai – Vietnam
Javanese – Indonesia
Jingpho (Kachin) – Myanmar (former Burma)
Jordanian Arabic – Jordan
Juba Arabic – Sudan
Kanjobal (Q’anjob’al) – Guatemala
Kannada – India
Kapampangan – Philippines
Karen [Pa’o, S’gaw] – Myanmar (former Burma)
Kayah – Myanmar (former Burma)
Khmer (Cambodian) – Cambodia
Kinyarwanda – Rwanda
Kirundi – Burundi
Koho – Vietnam
Korean – Korea
Kpelle – Guinea, Liberia
Krahn – Liberia, Ivory Coast
Krio – Sierra Leone
Kunama – Eritrea
Kurdish [Kurmanji, Sorani] – Iraq, Turkey, Iran
Kurmanji (Northern Kurdish) – Turkey
Kuwaiti Arabic – Kuwait
Lao – Laos
Latvian – Latvia
Lebanese Arabic – Lebanon
Lingala – Republic of the Congo
Lithuanian – Lithuania
Luganda – Uganda
Luo – Kenya
Maay (Af Maay, Rahanween, Bantu) – Somalia
Macedonian – Macedonia
Malay – Malaysia
Malayalam – India
Malinke – Senegal
Mam – Guatemala
Mandarin – China
Mandinka (Mandingo) – Senegal
Marathi – India
Marshallese – Marshall Islands
Mayan [Akateko, Kanjobal] – Guatemala, Mexico
Mien – China, Laos, Thailand
Mina (Gen) – Togo, Benin
Minangkabau – Indonesia
Mixteco Alto – Mexico
Mixteco Bajo – Mexico
Mizo – Myanmar (former Burma)
Mnong – Vietnam
Mongolian – Mongolia
Montagnard Dega – Vietnam
Moroccan Arabic – Morocco
Navajo – U.S.A.(Southwest)
Nepali – Bhutan, India, Nepal
Nigerian Pidgin – Nigeria
Nuer – Sudan
Oromo – Ethiopia
Palauan – Palau
Palestinian Arabic – Israel, Jordan
Pangasinan – Philippines
Papiamento – Netherlands Antilles
Pashto (Pushto) – Pakistan, Afghanistan
Persian (Farsi) – Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan
Polish – Poland
Portuguese – Portugal, Brazil, et al.
Portuguese Creole (Cape Verdean) – Cape Verde
Pulaar – Senegal
Punjabi (Panjabi) – Pakistan, India
Quechua – Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Quiche (K’iche) – Guatemala
Rade – Vietnam
Romanian – Romania
Russian – Russia
Samoan – Samoa
San Miguel – Mexico
Santa Eulalia – Guatemala
Serbian – Serbia, Montenegro
Serbo- Croatian – Balkans
Shanghainese – China
Sichuan (Szechuan) – China
Sinhala – Sri Lanka
Slovak – Slovakia
Somali – Somalia
Soninke (Serahule) – Mali
Sorani (Central Kurdish) – Iraq
Spanish – Spain, Latin America, et al.
Sudanese Arabic – Sudan
Sunda (Sundanese) – Indonesia
Susu – Guinea
Swahili – Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, et al.
Swedish – Sweden
Sylheti – Bangladesh, India
Syrian Arabic – Syria
Tagalog (Filippino) – Philippines
Tai Dam – Vietnam
Taiwanese – Taiwan
Tamil – India
Tedim – Myanmar (former Burma)
Telugu – India
Teochew (Chaozhou) – China
Thai – Thailand
Tibetan – China
Tigrigna (Tigrinya) – Ethiopia, Eritrea
Toishanese – China
Tongan – Tonga
Trukese (Chuukese) – Micronesia
Tunisian Arabic – Tunisia
Turkish – Turkey
Twi – Ghana
Tzotzil – Mexico
Ukrainian – Ukraine
Urdu – Pakistan, India
Uzbek – Afghanistan, Uzbekistan
Vietnamese – Vietnam
Visayan – Philippians
Wolof – Senegal
Xhosa – South Africa
Yemeni Arabic – Yemen
Yiddish – Israel
Yoruba – Nigeria
Yup’ik – U.S.A (Alaska)
Zarma – Niger
Zhongshanese – China
Zophei – Myanmar (former Burma)
Zulu – South Africa

LANGUAGES & DIALECTS BY COUNTRY


Afghanistan –

Dari, Farsi (Persian),
Pashto (Pushto), Uzbek

Albania – Albanian

Algeria –

Algerian Arabic, French,
Hassaniya Arabic

Andorra – Catalan, French, Spanish
Argentina – Quechua, Spanish

Armenia –

Armenian [Eastern, Western]

Azerbaijan – Azerbaijani
Azores Islands – Azorean Portuguese
Balkans – Serbo-Croatian
Bangladesh – Bangladesh, Bengali
Belarus – Belarusian
Belgium – Flemish
Benin – Gen, Mina
Bhutan – Dzongkha, Nepali
Bolivia – Quechua, Spanish

Bosnia & Herzegovina –

Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian (SBC)

Brazil – Brazilian Portuguese
Bulgaria – Bulgarian
Burundi – Kirundi
Cambodia – Khmer (Cambodian)

Cameroon –

Duala, French, Fulani (Fulfulde, Fula)

Canada – Dene, French

Cape Verde –

Portuguese Creole (Cape Verdean)

Caribbean – French Creole
Chad – French, Fulfulde (Fulani, Fula)
Chile – Spanish
China – Cantonese, Chaozhou (Teochew), Doumenese, Fukienese, Fuzhou, Hakka, Hmong, Mandarin, Mien, Shanghainese, Sichuan (Szechuan), Tibetan, Toishanese, Zhongshanese
Colombia – Quechua, Spanish
Congo, Republic of the – French, Lingala
Costa Rica – Spanish
Croatia – Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian (SBC), Serbo-Croatian
Cuba – Spanish
Czech Republic – Czech
Denmark – Danish
Dominican Republic – Spanish
Ecuador – Quechua, Spanish
Egypt – Egyptian Arabic
El Salvador – Spanish
Eritrea – Anyuak (Anuak), Kunama, Tigrigna (Tigrinya)
Estonia – Estonian
Ethiopia – Amharic, Anyuak (Anuak), Tigrigna (Tigrinya)
Fiji – Fijian, Fijian Hindi
Finland – Finnish
France – French
Germany – German
Ghana – Akan, Ashanti (Asante Twi), Ewe, Fante, Ga, Twi
Greece – Greek
Guam – Chamorro
Guatemala – Akateko, Kanjobal (Q’anjob’al), Mam, Quiche (K’iche), Santa Eulalia, Spanish
Guinea – Kpelle, Susu
Haiti – Haitian Creole
Honduras – Spanish
Hungary – Hungarian
India – Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Punjabi (Panjabi), Sylheti, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu
Indonesia – Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia), Javanese, Minangkabau, Sunda (Sundanese)
Iran – Farsi (Persian), Kurdish [Kurmanji, Sorani] Iraq – Assyrian, Chaldean, Farsi (Persian), Iraqi Arabic, Kurdish [Kurmanji, Sorani] Israel – Hebrew, Palestinian Arabic, Yiddish
Italy – Italian
Ivory Coast – Akan, French, Krahn
Japan – Japanese
Jordan – Jordanian Arabic, Palestinian Arabic
Kenya – Luo, Swahili
Korea – Korean
Kuwait – Kuwaiti Arabic Laos – Hmong, Lao, Mien
Latin America – Spanish
Latvia – Latvian
Lebanon – Lebanese Arabic
Liberia – Dewoin, Kpelle, Krahn
Lithuania – Lithuanian
Macedonia – Macedonian
Madagascar – French
Malaysia – Malay
Mali – Bambara, Soninke (Serahule)
Marshall Islands – Marshallese
Mauritania – Hassaniya Arabic, Pulaar
Mexico – Mayan [Akateko, Kanjobal], Mixteco Alto, Mixteco Bajo, San Miguel, Spanish, Tzotzil
Micronesia (Chuuk) – Chuukese (Trukese)
Mongolia – Mongolian
Montenegro – Serbian
Morocco – French, Moroccan Arabic
Myanmar (former Burma) – Burmese, Chin, Falam, Haka Burmese, Jingpho (Kachin), Karen [Pa’o, S’gaw], Kayah, Mizo, Tedim, Zophei
Namibia – Afrikaans
Nepal – Nepali
Netherlands – Dutch
Netherlands Antilles – Papiamento
Nicaragua – Spanish
Niger – French, Fulani (Fulfulde, Fula), Hausa, Zarma
Nigeria – Fulani (Fulfulde, Fula), Gokana (Khana), Hausa, Ibo (Igbo), Nigerian Pidgin, Yoruba
Pakistan – Farsi (Persian), Pashto (Pushto), Punjabi (Panjabi), Urdu
Palau – Palauan
Panama – Spanish
Paraguay – Spanish
Peru – Quechua, Spanish
Philippines – Cebuano, Ilocano, Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Tagalog (Filipino), Visayan
Poland – Polish
Portugal – Portuguese
Puerto Rico – Spanish
Romania – Romanian
Russia – Russian
Rwanda – French, Kinyarwanda
Samoa – Samoan
Senegal – French, Fulani (Fulfulde, Fula), Malinke, Mandinka (Mandingo), Pulaar, Wolof
Serbia – Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian (SBC), Serbo-Croatian
Sierra Leone – Krio
Slovakia – Slovak
Somalia – Maay (Af Maay, Bantu, Rahanween) Somali, Swahili
South Africa – Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu
Spain – Catalan, Spanish
Sri Lanka – Sinhala
Sudan – Acholi, Dinka, Juba Arabic, Nuer, Sudanese Arabic
Sweden – Swedish
Syria – Syrian Arabic
Taiwan – Taiwanese
Tanzania – Swahili
Thailand – Mien, Thai
Togo – Gen (Mina)
Tonga – Tongan
Tunisia – French, Tunisian Arabic
Turkey – Kurdish (Kurmanji, Sorani), Turkish
U.S.A. – Navajo, Yup’ik
Uganda – Acholi, Luganda
Ukraine – Ukrainian
Uruguay – Spanish
Uzbekistan – Uzbek
Venezuela – Spanish
Vietnam – Bahnar, Hmong, Jarai, Koho, Mnong, Montagnard Dega, Rade, Tai Dam, Vietnamese
Yemen – Yemeni Arabic

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