List of language names

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This article is a resource of the native names of most of the major languages in the world. These are endonymic glossonyms.

Languages[edit]

A[edit]

Aasáx – Aasá

Abaza – Aбаза бызшва

Abellen – Ayta Abellen

Abenaki – Alnôba, Wôbanakiôdwawôgan

Abkhaz – Aҧсуа бызшәа, Aҧсшәа

Abui – abui

Abure – ɔbule ɔyʋɛ

Acehnese – Aceh or Bahsa Acèh

Achang – Mönghsa, ŋa˨˩ʈʂhaŋ˨˩

Achi – achi'

Achumawi † - Achomawi or Ajúmmááwí

Adai † – Tenánat Hadéyas

Adangme – Adangbɛ

Adangbe – Adangbe

Adele – Gidire

Adioukrou – mɔjukru

Adnyamathanha – Yura Ngawarla

Adyghe – Адыгабзэ

Afade – afaë

Afar – Qafár af

Afrihili – El-Afrihili

Afrikaans – Afrikaans

Aguacateco – awakateko

Aghem – aghím

Aghul – агъул чӀал

Ahtena – Atnakenaege

Ainu – アイヌ イタク, Aynu Itak

Ajië – A’jie, Ajië, Houailou, Wai, Wailu

Akan – Akan, Fante, Twi

Akkadian † – akkadû or 𒀝𒅗𒁺𒌑

Akkala Sámi – äh'k'el'säm'la

Aklanon – Akeanon, Binisaya nga Akeanon or Inakeanon

Akum – aakuem

Alabama – Albaamaha

Albanian – Shqip, Shqiptar

Algerian Saharan Arabic – dŷazāri' or جزائري

Aleut – Unangam Tunuu, Унáҥам Тунý

Algonquin – ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᒧᐎᓐ or anicinâbemowin

Altai – Алтай тили

  • Spoken in: the Russian republic of Altai Altai Republic

Alyutor – nəməlʔu

Amdang – Sìmí Amdangtí

Amharicኣማርኛ

Amo – Timap

Ancient Egyptian Language – 𓂋𓏤𓈖𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖

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Ancient Greek (till 1453) † - Ἑλληνική

Andalusian Arabic † - عربية أندلسية

Anfillo – Mao

Spoken In: Ethiopia Ethiopia

Angika – अंगिका

Angloromani – Romanichal

Apache – Ndéé

Apsaalooke – Apsaalooke

Arabela – Tapweyokwaka

Arabic – العربية

Aragonese – l'Aragonés

Aramaic – ܐܪܡܝܐ

Arapaho – Hinono'eitiitt

Arbëreshë Albanian – Arbërisht

Archi – аршаттен

Arikara – Sáhniš

Arin – bbˈirk

ArmenianՀայերեն

Aromanian

Arpitan – arpetan or francoprovençâl

Arrernte – Arrernte Angkentye

Arvanitika – arbërisht or αρbε̰ρίσ̈τ

Assamese – অসমীয়া

Assiniboine – Nakhóda

Asturian – Asturianu

Auslan – Sign Language

Atikamekw – Nēhinawēwin

Avar – МагIарул МацI

Avestan𐬆𐬬𐬈𐬯𐬙𐬆𐬥

Awadhi – अवधी

Aweer – Boni

Awijilah – Tawjilit, طاوجيليت or ⵟⴰⵡⵊⵉⵍⵉⵜ

Ayapaneco

Aymara – Aymar Aru

Äynu – ئەينۇ

Azerbaijani – Azərbaycanca, آذربایجان دیلی

Azoyu Me'phaa – me̱'pha̱a̱ tsíndíí

B[edit]

Babine – Witsuwit’en, ᗔᙣᗔᗥᐣ

Baga – Barka

Bai – 白语

Baki

Balineseᬩᬲᬩᬮᬶ

Balti – སྦལ་ཏིའི་སྐད་, بلتی

Bambara – Bamanankan

Bantu – Narrow Bantu

Basa-Gumna – Basa-Kaduna, Basa Kuta

Bashkir – башҡорт Теле, Başqort Tele

Basque – Euskara

Bassa – ɓasaá

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Belarusian – Беларуская

Bemba – iciBemba

Bengali – বাংলা

Berber – Tamaziɣt, Tamazight, or ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵜ

Berta – Gebeto or Wetawit

Bezhta – бежкьалас миц

Bhojpuri – भोजपुरी, بھوجپوري

Bijago – Kangaki-Kagbaaga-Kajoko Bidyogo

Bislama – Bislama

Blackfoot – ᑯᖾᖹ, ᓱᖽᐧᖿ

Bodo – बड़ो

Bosnian – Босански, Bosanski

Breton – Brezhoneg

Bugineseᨅᨔ ᨕᨘᨁᨗ

Buhidᝊᝓᝑᝒᝇ

Bulgarian – български език

Burmeseမြန်မာစာ or မြန်မာစကား

Buryat – буряад хэлэн

Bussa - Mossittaata, Mossiya, ሞስሲትቷታ or ሞስሲያ

C[edit]

Caddo – Hasí:nay

Cahuilla – Ivia

Canichana – ?

Cantonese – 廣東話

Carrier – ᑐᑊᘁᗕᑋᗸ

Catalan – Català

Catawba – Iyeye

Cayuga – Gayogo̱hó:nǫ’

Cebuano – Bisaya, Sinugboanon

Chalcatongo Mixtec

Cham

Chamorro – Chamoru, Fino'Chamorro

Chechen – Нохчийн Mотт

Cherokee – ᏣᎳᎩ, ᏣᎳᎩ ᎦᏬᏂᎯᏍᏗ

Chewa – Nyanja

Cheyenne – Tsėhesenėstsestotse, Tsisinstsistots

Chhattisgarhi – छत्तीसगढ़ी

Chickasaw – Chikasha

Chinese – 汉语, 漢語, 华语, 華語, or 中文

Chinese (Classical)古文 or 文言

Chipewyan – ᑌᓀᓲᒢᕄᓀ, Dene Suline, Dëne Sųłiné

Chittagonian – চাটগাঁইয়া বুলি

Chocangaca – ཁྱོ་ཅ་ང་ཅ་ཁ་

Choctaw – Chahta', Chahta Anumpa

Chukchi – чаучу

Chulym – Ось тили, тадар тили

Chuvash – Чӑвашла, Çăvaşla

Cimbrian – Zimbrisch

Cocos Islands Malay – Basa Pulu Cocos

Comanche – Nʉmʉ Tekwapʉ

Cook Islands Māori – ‘Airani

CopticⲘⲉⲧⲢⲉⲙ̀ⲛⲭⲏⲙⲓ

Cornish – Kernewek, Kernowek

Corsican – Corsu

Cree – ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ

Crimean Tatar

Croatian – Hrvatski

Cupeño – Kupangaxwicham Pe'memelki

Cypriot Arabic – Sanna

Czech – Český Jazyk, Čeština

D[edit]

Dair – Thaminyi or طهامينيي

Dakhini – دکنی

Dakota – Dakȟótiyapi

Dalecarlian – Dalmål

Danish – Dansk

Dargwa – Дарган Mез

Dari – فارسی, دری, دريلو, or Yazdi

Dhivehi – ދިވެހި

Dolgan Дулҕан, Dulğan, Һака, Haka

Domari – Dômarî

Drehu – Dehu, Lifou, Lifu, Qene Drehu

Dungan – 回族语言, Xуэйзў йүян

Durkha – ȭར་ཁ་

Dutch – Nederlands

Dutton World Speedwords – rapmotz

Dzongkha – རྫོང་ཁ་

E[edit]

E – 誒

Egyptian Arabic – اللغة المصرية العامية

English – English

Erzya – Эрзянь Kель

Esperanto – Esperantaj

Estonian – Eesti

Even – эвэн то̄рэ̄нни or эвэды

Evenki – Эвэды̄ турэ̄н

Ewe – Èʋe, Èʋegbe

Extremaduran – Estremeñu

Eyak – I•ya•q

F[edit]

Fala – Fala

Faroese – Føroyskt

Fijian – Na vosa vaka-Viti, Vakaviti

Fiji Hindi – फिजी बात or Fiji Baat

Filipino – Wikang Filipino

Finnish – Suomi

Fon – Fon gbè, Fɔngbè

French – Français

Frisian (North) – Noordfreesk

Frisian (Saterland) – Seeltersk

Frisian (West) – Frysk

Friulian – Furlan

Fula – Fulfulde, Pulaar, Pular

Fur – For

G[edit]

Ga – Gã

Gagauz

Galician – Galego

Gallo – Galo

Gan – 赣语, 贛語

Garre – ?

Ge'ezግዕዝ

Georgian – ქართული

German – Deutsch

Gikuyu – Gĩkũyũ

Gilbertese – Taetae ni Kiribati

Godoberi – ГъибдилӀи Mицци, Ɣibdiƛi Micci

Gothic – 𐌲𐌿𐍄𐌹𐍃𐌺

  • Formerly spoken in: pre-18th. Century Europe

Greek – Ελληνικά

Greenlandic – Kalaallisut

Grenadian French Creole – Patwa

Guaraní – Avañe'ẽ or Javy ju

Gujarati – ગુજરાતી

Gumuz – Bega

Gurung – तमु क्यी

Gwich'in – Gwich'in

H[edit]

Haida – Xaat Kíl

Hainanese – 海南話

Haitian Creole – Kreyòl Ayisyen

Hakka – 客家話, 客家话

Harariሃራሪ

Haryanvi – हरयाणवी

Hausa – حَوْسَ

Hawaiian – ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Hebrewעברית

Herero – Otjiherero

Hill Mari – Мары йӹлмӹ

Himba – Omuhimba, Simba

Hindi – हिन्दी

Hindustani – ہندوستانی, हिन्दुस्तानी

Hinuq гьинузас мец

Hiri Motu – Hiri Motu

Hmong – lol Hmongb, lus Hmoob, lug Moob

Hopi – Hopilàvayi or Hopílavayi

Hungarian – Magyar

I[edit]

Icelandic – Íslenska

Ido – Ido

Igbo – Asụsụ Igbo

Ik – Icetot

Ili Turki – İlı turkeşi, И̇лı туркес̧и, ي̇لي تۋركەسي

Ilocano – Iloko, Pagsasao nga Iloko

Indonesian – Bahasa Indonesia

Ingush – ГӀалгӀай мотт

Interlingua – Interlingua

Interlingue (Occidental) – Interlingue

Interslavic – Medžuslovjansky, Меджусловјанскы

Inuinnaqtun – ?

Inuit Sign Language – Atgangmuurngniq, ᐊᑦᒐᖕᒨᕐᖕᓂᖅ or ᐆᒃᑐᕋᐅᓯᖏᑦ

Inuktitut – ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ

Inupiaq – Iñupiatun

Irish – Gaeilge

Isthmus Nahuatl – Mela'tájtol

Istro Romanian – Istroromånă

Italian – Italiano

J[edit]

Japanese – 日本語, 日本語

Jarawa – Aongəŋ

Javaneseꦧꦱꦗꦮ

Judaeo-Spanishגֿודֿיאו-איספאנייול‎, Ladino

Jutish – Jydsk

Jèrriais – Jèrriais

K[edit]

Kabardian – Адыгэбзэ

Kabyle – شئعم

Kaingang – Kanhgág

Kaixana – Too little people for it to be written/typed (1 Person as of 2020)

Kannada – ಕನ್ನಡ

Kanuri – Kanuri

Karakalpak – Қарақалпақ тили, Qaraqalpaq tili

Karamojong – ŋaKaramojoŋ or ŋaKarimojoŋ

Karelian – Karjalan Kieli

Kashmiri – كٲشُر, कॉशुर, Kạ̄šur, Koshur

Kashubian – Kaszëbsczi Jãzëk

Kazakh – Қазақ Tілі

Kelantanese Malay – بهاس ملايو كلنتن or Baso Kelate

Kendeje – Kendeje

Ket – Остыганна ӄа'

Khakas – Хакас Tілі

Khanty – ханты

Khmer – ភាសាខ្មែរ

Khoekhoe – Khoekhoegowab

Khowar – کھوار

Kimki – ?

Kinyarwanda – Ikinyarwanda or Runyarwanda

Komi – Коми

Konkani – कोंकणी, Konknni, കൊങ്കണി, ಕೊಂಕಣಿ

Korean – 조선말, 한국어

Koryak – нымылан

Kosraean – Kosrae

Kuanua – Tinata Tuna

Kunama

Spoken in: Eritrea Eritrea and Ethiopia Ethiopia

Kuliak – Rub

Kumyk – Къумукъ Tил

Kurdish – Kurdí, کوردی, or K’öрди

Kurdish (Southern) – کوردی خوارین, Kurdîy Xwarîn

Kurmanji – Kurmancî, کورمانجی

Kutchi – کچھی or કચ્છી

Kwadi – !Kwa/tse

Kyrgyz – Кыргыз тили * Official language in: Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan and the Russian autonomous republic of the Altai Republic Altai Republic

L[edit]

Laal – yəw láà:l

Ladakhi – ལ་དྭགས་སྐད།

Ladin – Ladin

Lakha – ལ་ཁ་

Lakota – Lakȟótiyapi

Lao – ພາສາລາວ

Latin – Lingua Latīna

Latvian – latviešu

Laz – ლაზური ნენა

Leonese – Llïonés

Lepchaᰛᰩᰵ་ᰛᰧᰶᰵ

Limbuᤕᤰᤌᤢᤱ ᤐᤠᤴ

Limburgish – Lèmburgs

Lingala – Lingála

Lisuꓡꓲ-ꓢꓴ or ꓡꓲꓢꓴ

Lithuanian – Lietuvių

Livonian – Līvõ Kēļ or Rāndakēļ

Low German – Plattdüütsch

Low Prussian Dialect – Niederpreußisch

Luba-Kasai – Tshiluba

Luganda – Luganda, LùGáànda, Oluganda

Luiseño – Cham'teela

Luo – Kavirondo or Dholuo

Luri – لری or Lori

Luxembourgish – Lëtzebuergesch

M[edit]

Maasai – ɔl Maa

Macedonian – Mакедонски

Madurese – Basa Mathura

Magahi – मगही

Magar – मगर भाषा

Maithili – मैथिली, মৈথিলী

Makassarese – Basa Mangkasara', ᨅᨔ ᨆᨀᨔᨑ

Malagasy – Malagasy

Malay – بهاس ملايو or Bahasa Melayu

Malayalam – മലയാളം

Maltese – Malti

Manchuᠮᠠᠨᠵᡠ ᡤᡳᠰᡠᠨ

Mandarin – 國語

  • Spoken in: Most of China China

Manx – Gaelg

Marathi – मराठी

Marshallese – Ebon, Kajin M̧ajeļ, Kajin Majõl

Marwari – मारवाड़ी, مارواڑی

Masalit – kana masara

Meadow Mari – олык марий

Meitei – মনিপুরি, মৈতৈলোল্, মৈতৈলোন্, মৈথৈ

Miami-Illinois – Myaamia

Michoacán Nahuatl – Pómaro Nahuatl

Min – 閩語 or 闽语

  • Spoken in: the southeastern area of China China

Min Bei – 闽北语

Min Dong – 閩東語

Min Nan – 閩南語 or 闽南语

  • Spoken in: the southeastern area of China China

Min Zhong – 闽中话

  • Spoken in: the southeastern area of China China

Monဘာသာ မန်

Mongolian – Монгол Хэл, ᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ ᠬᠡᠯᠡ

Montenegrin – crnogorski, црногорски

Mon-Khmer

Mor – ?

Spoken in: Indonesia Indonesia

Muscogee Creek – Mvskoke, Mvskokē

Musgu – Mulwi

Muskum – Muzuk

  • Formerly spoken in: Chad Chad

Mussau-Emira

Spoken In: Mussau Island of St Matthias Islands New Ireland Province and Emira Island New Ireland Province part of Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea

Māori – te Reo Māori

N[edit]

Nagumi – Gong or Ngong

Nahuatl – Māsēwallahtōlli, Mexicano, or Nāhuatlahtōlli

Naukan Yupik – ?

Navajo – Diné bizaad

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Nepal Bhasa – नेपाल भाषा

Nepali – नेपाली

New Zealand Sign Language – Sign Language

Ngbee – Lingbee

Nihali

Northern Thaiᨣᩴᩤᨾᩮᩥᩬᨦ

Norwegian – Norsk

Nuosu – ꆈꌠ꒿

Nyangia – Nyang'i

O[edit]

Occitan – Occitan

Odia – ଓଡ଼ିଆ

Oirat – ᡆᡕᡅᠷᠠᡑ ᡘᡄᠯᡄᠨ

Oirata

Ojibwe – ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᒧᐎᓐ

Okinawan Japanese – ウチナーヤマトゥグチ

Old Church Slavonic – Словѣ́ньскъ Ѩзꙑ́къ, ⰔⰎⰀⰂⰑⰐⰊⰍ

Old English – Anglisc, Ænglisc, Englisc, or ᚫᛝᛚᛁᛋᚻ

Omotik – Laamoot

Onge – Öñge

Ontong Java – Luangiua

Oroch – Орочи кэсэни

Oromo – Afaan Oromoo

Ossetian – иронау, ирон æвзаг

Note: Georgia but there is a dispute with Russia and Georgia with North Ossetia and South Ossetia is wanting independence.

P[edit]

Pahari – पहाड़ी

Palula – پالولہ

Paratio

Parya – Парья

Pashto – پښتو

Pattani Malay – بهاس جاوي, Bahasa Jawi, or ภาษายาวี

Persian – فارسی

Phoenician𐤃𐤁𐤓𐤉𐤌 𐤊𐤍𐤏𐤍𐤉𐤌

Pidgin

Piman – Tepiman

Pipil – Náhuat or Nawat

Pirahã – xapaitíiso

  • Spoken in: the Brazilian state of Amazonas Amazonas (Brazilian state).

Pitjantjatjara – Pitjantjatjara

Plautdietsch – Plautdietsch

Polish – Język polski, polski, or polszczyzna

Portuguese – Português

Punjabi language – पंजाबी, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, or پنجابی

Pu-Xian Min – 興化話 or 莆仙話

Q[edit]

Quechuan – Runasimi

Quinqui

R[edit]

Raga – Hano

Rajasthani – राजस्थानी

Rohingya

Romani – Romani Ćhib

Romanian – Română

Ramanos - ?

Romansh – Rumantsch

Russian – Русский

Rusyn – Русиньский Язык, Русиньска Бесїда

Ruthenian – Руский Языкъ

Rotokas

Spoken in: Bougainville Autonomous Region of Bougainville part of Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea

S[edit]

Sami (Inari) – anarâškielâ

Sami (Kildin) – Кӣллт са̄мь кӣлл

Sami (Lule) – julevsámegiella

Sami (Northern) – davvisámegiella

Sami (Pite) – bidumsámegiella

Sami (Skolt) – sääʹmǩiõll, nuõrttsääʹmǩiõll

Sami (Southern) – åarjelsaemien gïele

Sámi (Ter) – Са̄мькӣлл, saa´mekiil

  • A moribund language spoken in Russia

Sami (Ume) – ubmejensámien giella

Samoan – Gagana Sāmoa

Sanskrit – संस्कृतम्, संस्कृता वाक्

Sardinian – Sardu

Saurashtraꢱꣃꢬꢵꢰ꣄ꢜ꣄ꢬꢵ

Scots – Scots, Scottis, Scots leid, Lallans

Scottish Gaelic – Gàidhlig

Serbian – Српски, Srpski

Serbo-Croatian – srpskohrvatski/српскохрватски, also hrvatskosrpski/хрватскосрпски

Serer – Seereer, Seereer-Siin

Shanလိၵ်ႈတႆး

Shanghaiese – 上海闲话

Sherpa language – शेर्पा, ཤེར་པཱ།

Shona – Shona

Sicilian – Sicilianu

Sikkimese – འབྲས་ལྗོངས་

Sindhi – سنڌي

Sinhala – සිංහල

Slovak – Slovenčina

Slovianski – Interslavic

Slovene – Slovenščina

Somali – اللغة الصومالية, Af-Soomaali

Sorani – سۆرانی, Soranî

Sotho – Sesotho

Southern Quechua

Spanish – Español

Stellingwarfs – Stellingwerfs

Sundaneseᮘᮞ ᮞᮥᮔ᮪ᮓ

Sumerian † – 𒅴𒂠 (EME.G̃IR15)

Susuami – ?

Spoken in: Morobe Province Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea

Swahili – Kiswahili

Swedish – Svenska

Swiss German – Schwyzerdütsch

Sylheti – ছিলটী, সিলেটী

T[edit]

Taa – ǃXóõ

Tagalogᜏᜒᜃᜅ᜔ ᜆᜄᜎᜓᜄ᜔, Wikang Tagalog

Tahitian – Reo Mā'ohi, Reo Tahiti

Tai Damꪺꪕꪒꪾ

Tai Khün – ไทเขิน

Tai Lüᦑᦺᦟᦹᧉ

Tai Nüa – ᥖᥭᥰᥖᥬᥳᥑᥨᥒᥰ

Tajik – Тоҷикӣ * Official language in: the Tajikistan Tajikistan

Tamang – तामाङ

Tamil – தமிழ்

Tangut𗼇𗟲

Tatar – تاتارچا, Tatarça, Tатарча

Telugu – తెలుగు

Tepes – Soo

Teribe – Naso, Norteño, Quequexque, Teribe, Tiribi, or Térraba

Tetum – Lia-Tetun

Thai – ภาษาไทย

Tibetan – དབུས་སྐད་

Tigrinyaትግርኛ

Tobagonian Creole – ?

Tofa – Тоъфа дыл

Tok Pisin – Tok Pisin

Tongan – Lea faka-Tonga

Tongva – Gabrielino

Trinidadian Creole – ?

Tsez – Цез Мец, Цезяс Мец

Tswana – Setswana

Tuareg – Tamahaq, Tamajaq, Tamasheq, or ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵌⴰⵆ

Tunica – Luhchi Yoroni

Tunisian Arabic – تونسي

Turkish – Türkçe

Turkmen – Türkmençe or Türkmen dili

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Tumpoon – ?

Tübatulabal – Pakaːnil

Tuvan – тыва дыл

U[edit]

Ubykh † – twaxəbza

Formerly spoken in: Turkey Turkey

Uduk – Tw'ampa or T'wampa

Ukrainian – Українська

Upper Sorbian – Hornjoserbsce

  • Spoken In: The State Of [[Saxony|SaxonySaxony]], Germany Germany

Urdu – اُردُو

Uspanteco – uspantek

Uyghur – ئۇيغۇر تىلى

Uzbek – اوزبیک, Ўзбек, Oʻzbek

V[edit]

Vaagri Booli – ஃஅக்கிபிக்கி

Vai – ꕙꔤ

Valencian – Valencià

Vedda – ?

Venda – Tshivenḓa

Venetian – Vèneto

Vietnamese – Tiếng Việt Nam

Vincentian Creole – Naygar (meaning people not Vincentian Creole)

Vlax Romani – řomani čhib

Volapük – Volapük

Votic – Vaddja

Võro – Võro Kiil

W[edit]

Walloon – Walon

Warlpiri – Warlpiri

Welsh – Cymraeg

Western Itelmen – итэнмэн

West Frisian – Frysk

Wintu – wintʰuːh

Wolof – Wolof

Wu – 吴方言

X[edit]

Xaracuu – Kanala, Xârâcùù

Xhosa – isiXhosa

Xiang – 湘语

Xibeᠰᡞᠪᡝᡤᡞᠰᡠᠨ

Xucuru † – ?

Formerly spoken in: Brazil Brazil

Xiriâna † – Bahwana

Y[edit]

Yapese – Yapese

Yakut – Саха тыла

Yanesha' – Yanešač̣

  • Spoken in: the Peruvian department of Pasco

Yiddish – ייִדיש ייִדיש

Yoruba – Èdè Yorùbá

Yuchi – Tsoyaha

Yue – 粵語, 粤语, 廣東話, or 广东话

Z[edit]

Zaghawa – Beria

Zaza – Zazaki

Zulu – isiZulu

Zuni – Shiwi’ma

Zuojiang Zhuang – 話僮

Zyphe Chin – ?

† = Extinct Language

Alphabets and scripts[edit]

'[edit]

'Phags-paꡖꡍꡂꡛ ꡌ

A–M[edit]

Abkhaz – Aҧсшәа

Anglo-Saxon – ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ

Armenian AlphabetՀայկական Այբուբեն

Avestan𐬆𐬬𐬈𐬯𐬙𐬆𐬥

Bopomofo – ㄓㄨˋ ㄧㄣ ㄈㄨˊ ㄏㄠˋ

Borama – 𐒄𐒋𐒦𐒩𐒗𐒓

Braille – ⠃⠗⠁⠊⠇⠑

  • Braille is a tactile writing system, versions of which are used for many different languages and also used for the blind.

Carian𐊴𐊠𐊥𐊹𐊠𐊵

Deseret𐐔𐐯𐑅𐐨𐑉𐐯𐐻

Glagolitic – Кѷрїлловица, ⰍⱛⰓⰊⰎⰎⰑⰂⱄⰜⰀ

Hanunó'oᜱᜨᜳᜨᜳᜢ

Kayah Liꤊꤢꤛꤢꤟ ꤜꤤ

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Mandombe

N–T[edit]

N'Koߒߞߏ

Osmanya𐒋𐒘𐒈𐒑𐒛𐒒𐒕𐒀

Runic – ᚱᚢᚾᛟ

Shavian – 𐑖𐑱𐑝𐑾𐑯

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Tagbanwaᝦᝪᝨᝯ

Tai Thamᨲ᩠ᩅᩫᨾᩮᩬᩥᨦ

† = Extinct alphabet or Script

Dialects[edit]

ǂ[edit]

ǂAkhoe – ǂAkhoe Haiǁom

A–K[edit]

Albanian (Gheg) – gegnisht

Albanian (Tosk) – toskërisht

Amoy – 廈門話 or 厦门话

Armenian (Eastern)Արևելահայերեն

Armenian (Western)Արեւմտահայերէն

Fuzhou – 平話 or 福州話

Hazāragī – هزارگی

Hokkien – 福佬話

Kwanyama – Oshikwanyama

M–T[edit]

Meänkieli – Meänkieli

Monégasque – Munegascu

Māori English

Ningbo – 寧波閒話

Pothohari – پوٹھوهاری or پوٹھواری

Quanzhou – 泉州話

Saraiki – سرائیکی, ਸਰਾਇਕੀ, सराइकी

Seroa – ǃGãǃne, ǁKuǁe

Teochew – 潮州話

† = Extinct dialect

Required fonts[edit]

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See also[edit]

External links[edit]