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Language names listed in Charles & Florence Voegelin (1977) Classification and index of the world's languages. These have been copied by hand, and stripped of their diacritics; however, misspellings generally reflect typos in the original, and some of the surprising spellings not recorded in Ethnologue are nonetheless correct.

The digits have been removed from "state-1" and "state-2", so not all blue links are actually supported. There are 1,866 (2013-3-24) 34 (2014-3-21) red links. An *asterisk marks languages described as "nothing" known in Loukotka; there are no links for these, as there rae unlikely to ever be articles for them to link to. A **double asterisk marks duplicates of red links in Ruhlen (1987); some of these do not appear in Loukotka, in which case they retain a link.

Note
This list is intended only as a quick check to find gaps in the coverage on Wikipedia. Blue links have not been verified to connect to the languages intended by the Voegelins, and if a name is used for both a documented dialect of an ISO language and an unidentifiable language, then it will likely link to the ISO language without disambiguation. A number of red-linked names are listed at MultiTree, but that is not sufficient for identification.

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A[edit]

Aakwo, Aara-Maringe, Aba, Abanyom, Abau, Abe, Abelam, Abipon, Abo, Abua, Abui, Abulome, Abure, Aburra* [Avurrá; Chibchan? 1 word], Abxazo, Acawai, Achagua, Ach'ang, Achinese, Achode, Achumawi, Acione, Acira, North Acroa, South Acroa, Adai, Adangme, Adaua, Adele, Adere, Adhola, Adi, Adjora, Adyukru, Adzaneni, Aeka, Aequian, Afakani, Afar-Saho, Afawa, Afitti, Afoa, Afrike, Afudu [V&V say it's Nigerian Bantu, but cite Koelle 1854, and that is Furu.[3] There's also Yukubenic Afudu[4] & a Tangale dialect[5]], Afusare, Agar, Agatu, Age, Aghu, Aghu Tharnggala, Agi (Papua New Guinea): Central, Agi (Sandaun), Agob, Agoi, Central Agta, Eastern Agta, Agtaa, Aguacatec (Guatemala-1), Aguacatec (Guatemala-2), Agul, Agwagwune, Ahamb, Ahanta, Ahi, Ahizi, Ahlo, Ahom, Ahtena, Aibe, Aiduma, Aiku, Aimal, Ainu, Aird Hills, Aitinjo, Akan, Akani, Akha, Akkadian, Aklanon, Ako, Akoli, Akpafu, Akpet, Akrukay, Akuku, Akwa, Akye, Alaba, Alabama, Alacaluf, Aladian, Alak, Alamblak, Alangan, Alanic, Alawa (Australia), Alawa (Tanzania), Albanian, Aleut, Alfendio, Ali, Alibu, Allentiac, Alngith, Alo Teqel, Alsea, Altai, Northern Altai, Alu, Alur, Alutor, Amadi, Amahai, Amahuaca, Amaimon, Amal, Amanab, Amap, Amara (Papua New Guinea): Oro, Amarag, Amasi, Amba (Uganda), Ambasi, Ambelau, Amberbaken, Ambo, Amboim, Ambonese, Central Ambryn, North Ambryn, South Ambryn, Southeast Ambryn, Ame, Amele, Amenadiapa, Amharic, Ami, Amorite, Ampas, Amto, Amuesha, Amuzgo, Anaguta, Anal, Andaki, Great Andamanese, Andarum, Andi, Andoa, Andoni, Northern Andoque, Southern Andoque, Andra, Andro, Aneityum, Anem, Angadi, Angami, Angas, Angaua, Angba, Angku, Angoram, Angrak, Anima, Anir Island, Aniwan, Ankwe, Anor, Anquet, Antor, Anuak, Anuki, Anus, Anyang, Anyi, Anyimere, Ao, Aola, Aomie, Kiowa Apache, Apaka, Apako, Apalachee, Apalai, Apalakiri, Apanhecra, Api, Apiaca, Apiaka, Apinage, Apo [Grassfields Bantu], Apolista, Apris, Ara (Indonesia), Arabana, Classical Arabic, Modern Arabic, Modern South Arabic, Old South Arabic, Arama, East Aramaic, West Aramaic, Aramot?, Aran, Arana, Lower Aranda, Arapaho, Bumbita Arapesh, Mountain Arapesh, Southern Arapesh, Arara (Brazil-1), Arara (Brazil-2), Araracuara, Arare?, Arasa (Peru-1), Arasa (Peru-2), Araua (Brazil-1), Araua (Brazil-2), Araua (Peru)** [Pano?], Araucanian, Aravira, Arawe, Arbore, Archi, Ardhamagadhi, Areare, Arecuna, Aregerek, Arem, Arequena, Arfak, Argo, Arguni (Indonesia-1), Arguni (Indonesia-2), Ari (Ethiopia), Ari (Ivory Coast), Aricapu, Aricobe** [Acroá?], Arikem, Arimoa, Arin, Arinagoto** [Carib], Aritinngithig, Armenian, Aro, Arop, Arosi, Arso, Aru, Arua (Brazil-1), Arua (Brazil-2), Aruop, Arvi, As, Asan, Asang, Ashaku, Ashavi, Ashushlay [Mataco], Asienara, Asilulu, Askun, Asli-Sidi, Asmat, Aso, Asong, Asowi, Assumbo, Asu, Asua, Ata (Papua New Guinea), Ata (Philippines), Atacameno, Atago, Ataguate* [Cahuapanan?], Atakapa, Atangue, Atayal, Atchin, Ate, Atemple, Aten, Ati, Atiahu, Atok, Atong, Atorai, Atsahuaca, Atsilima, Atsugewi, Atta, Atuot, Au, Aua, Auaque, Aucaan, Auen, Augu, Augutge, Aulua, Aurama, Aushi, Autu, Auwan, Auyana, Auyokawa, Avanti, Avar, Avatime, 'Aveke, Avestan, Avikam, Avukaya, Awa, Awak, Awar, Awara, Aweti, East Awin, West Awin, Awing, Awiya, Awjilah, Awngthim, Awutu, Axvax, Ayamaru, Ayaychuna, Aymara, Ayom, Ayoman, Ayon, Ayu, Azerbaijani, Azumara

B[edit]

Ba Mali, Baakpe, Babadjou, Babalia, Babayana, Babinga, Babouantou, Babuyan, Babuza, Bacairi, Bacenga, Bachama, Bada', Bade, Badjiri, Badung, Badyara, Badza, Baena, Bafang, Bafou, Bafoussam?, Bafum, Bafut, Baga Binari, Baga Koga, Baga Maduri, Baga Mboteni, Baga Sitemu, Baga Sobane, Bagam, Bagirmi, Bago, Bagobo, Bagoi, Bagu, Baguaja, Bagulal, Baham, Bahinemo, Bahing, Bahnar, Bai (Sudan), Baibai, Bailko, Baining, Baiso, Baitsi, Bajau, Baka (Democratic Republic of Congo), Bakhtiari, Baki, Bakovi, Bakpinka, Bakwe, Balaesan, Balanta, Balantak, Balda, Balegete, Baler?, Bali (Democratic Republic of Congo): Bandundu, Bali (Democratic Republic of Congo): Orientale, Balinese, Ballo-Kai-Pomo, Balochi, Balong, Baloum, Baluan, Bam (Papua New Guinea): Morobe, Bamaha, Bamali, Bamassa, Bambara, Bamendiinda, Bamenkombit, Bamenyam, Bamoun, Bamunkum, Banara, Banaro, Banda (Central African Republic), Banda (Indonesia), Bandawa, Bandem, Bandjerang, Bandjin, Bandjoun-Baham, Bandobo, Banen, Bangante?, Bangba, Banggai, Banggakoro [Ado], Bangobango, Bangu, Bangwa, Baniata, Baniva, Banjuri, Bankon, Bankwet [Bamileke? not classified 1970[6]], Banna, Banoni, Banta, Bantik, Banton, Banum [Bənum], Banyun, Bao, Bapen, Bapi (Cameroon-1), Bara (Papua New Guinea), Barai (New Britain) [AN: SW New Britain – typo for Bariai?], Barai (Oro), Barambu, Baraparapa, Barau, Barawa of Dass, Bare, Bare'e, Bareji, Barera, Bargu, Bari (Uganda), Baridzi, Barika, Barim, Barran [dial. Nabwangan[7]], Baru, Barua, Barue, Baruga, Barunggam, Basa (Cameroon), Basa (Nigeria), Basa-Komo, Basap, Basari (Guinea), Basherawa, Bashkir, Basila, Baskarik, Basketo, Basque, Bassa, Bata, Batanga, Batangan, Batcham, Batchingou, Bati (Cameroon): Littoral, Bati (Cameroon): West, Bati (Democratic Republic of Congo), Batie, Batjan, Batongtou, Bats, Batu, Batui, Batuna, Bau, Baure, Bauro, Bauwaki, Bawaipa, Bayag, Bayaka, Bayot, Bayungu, Bayyu, Be, Beach-la-Mar, Beami, Bebele-Gbigbil, Bebeli, Becheve, Bedik, Bedoanas, Beduanda, Beeke, Beembe, Beja, Bekwarra, Bela, 'Beli, Beli (Papua New Guinea), Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Bemba, Bembe (Congo), Bembi, Bena, Benabena, Bencho, Bende, Bendiapa, Benga, Bengali, Bengoi, Benkulan, Bentenan, Beothuk, Bepour, Berba, Berepo, Berrik, Berta, Beseme, Bete (Ivory Coast), Bete (Nigeria), Bezhita, Bhili, Bhramu, Biafada, Biagi, Biak, Biaka, Biakpan, Bian, Biangai, Biaru, Biate, Biba-Bifang, Bibo, 'Bidyo, Bielorussian, Bieri (Vanuatu), Biga, Bigumbil, Bih, Biha, Bihari, Biisa, Bijago, Bikol, Bila, Bilaan, Bile, Biliau, Bilin, Biloxi, Bilua, Bima, Bimin, Binahari, Binandere, Bine, Bingkokak, Bini, Binigura, Binji, Bintucua, Bintulu, Binumarien, Bipi, Bira (Democratic Republic of Congo), Bira (Sulawesi), Bira (Western New Guinea), Western Bira, Birao, Birar, Birifo, Birked, Birom, Birune, Birwa, Bisa (Burkina Faso), Bisaya, Bisis, Bitara, Bitare, Bithynian, Biumu [Binanderean? can't confirm], Biwat, Biya, Biyom, Blackfoot, Blublup, Boa, Boana, Boazi, Bobangi, Bobea, Bobo, Bobongko, Bobot, Bodiman, Bodo (Central African Republic), Bodo (India), Boewe, Bogadjim, Bogotu, Boguru, Bohol, Bohutu, Boiken, Boki, Boko, Bola, Bolano, Bolewa, Bolgo, Boli (Cameroon), Boli (Papua New Guinea), Bolo, Boloa [Tucanoan], Bolondo, Bolongan, Bom (Myanmar), Bom (Sierra Leone), Boma, Bomboko, Bomougoun-Bamenjou, Bomwali, Bonaputa-Mapu, Bonari, Bondei, Bonerif, Bonfia, Bonggo, Bongili, Bongo (Sudan), Bongu, Bonkeng, Bonkiman, Bontok, Bo'o, Bor (Sudan-1), Bor (Sudan-2), Bora, Boritsu, Eastern Bororo, Western Bororo, Borrado, Boruca, Borumessu, Bosavi, Bosngun, Boti, Botlix, Boun, Bouye, Boven Tor, Bowili, Boyawa, Bragat, Brahui, Brao, Bratauolung, Breenugu [e of upper May [Walio] R, dial. Ariap, Mamiap; ≠ the Ariap = Mikarew of the lower Ramu/Bogia?[8]], Breri, Breton, Bribri, Brinken, Bru, Bua (Chad), Buang, Buari, Bube, Bubure, Budu, Buduma, Budux, Buga, Bugi, Buginese, Bugombe, Buhagana, Buhid, Buiamanambu, Buin, Buja, Buji, Buka, Bukaua, Bukidnon, Bukuma, Bulanga-Uki, Bulgarian, Buli (Ghana), Buli (Indonesia), Northern Bullom, Southern Bullom, Bulu (Papua New Guinea), Bulu-Bene, Bulud-Upi, Bum, Bumaji, Bun (Vanuatu), Buna, Bunaba, Bunabun, Bunak, Bunaki, Bunan, Bunara, Bungain, Bungku, Bungu, Bunun, Buol, Bura, Burede* [Carib], Burgundian, Burica, Burji, Burmese, Burongo, Buru, Burue*, Burum, Burumana, Burun, Burungi, Burushaski, Buryat, Busa (Nigeria), Busa (Papua New Guinea), Busamma [Busama], Bushi, Bushmanland [no such language], Buso, Busoon, North Bussa, Butawa, Bute, Butu (Central African Republic) [Boutou], Butuanon, Butung, Buyang (Papua New Guinea), Buyi, Bviri, Bwaidoga, Bwaka, Bwe, Bwel, Bwisi-Talinga, Bwol, Byangsi,

C[edit]

Cabecar, Cabelludo, Cabichi, Cacharari, Cachiniti, Caddo, Cadiudiapa, Caga, Cagaba, Cagayanon, Cahita, Cahuapana, Cahuilla, Caingang, Cakchiquel, Cala, Caliana, Callahuaya, Ca-lo, Calusa, Camaniba* [Carib], Campa, Campuon, Camuhi, Camuni, Canadiapa, Canamari (Brazil-1), Canamari (Brazil-2), Canari, Candoshi, Caninchana, Canoeiro, Cantonese, Capachene, Capanahua, Cape Cumberland, Capocho, Cappadocian, Capuibo, Caquetio, Car, Caracatage*, Caraho, Caraja, Carake* [Caraque; Chibchan?], Caranki, Carare, Carate, Cariaia [Cariay], Carian, Carib, Island Carib, Carijona, Carime, Carinapagoto [Carinepagoto; Carib, Trinidad], Caripuna, Cariri, Carolinian, Carrier, Carrizo, Carutana, Cashibo, Cashinawa, Casiguran, Catacao, Catalan, Cataonian, Catapolitani, Catawba, Catawishi, Catethoy [Kutasho], Catiana** [Arawan?] Catuquina (Brazil-1), Catuquina (Brazil-2), Catuquino, Caua, Cauca (Colombia-1), Cauca (Colombia-2), Cauichana, Cauyari, Cavinena, Caviteno, Cayapa, North Cayapo, South Cayapo, Cayuse, Cayuvava, Cenu (Colombia-1), Cenu (Colombia-2), Chacamecra, Chacobo, Chacopata [n Carib, Ven.], Chacriaba, Chairel, Chakali, Chake, Chakosi, Cham (Cambodia), Cham (Nigeria), Chama, Chamalal, Chamba (Nigeria), Chamboa, Chambri, Chamicuro, Chamo, Chamorro, Chana, Chanco, Chane, Changriwa, Chaouia, Chapacura, Chara (Ethiopia), Chara (Nigeria), Chari, Charrua, Chasta Costa, Chatino, Chaudangsi, Chaung [typo for Chuang],[1] Chaurasya, Chavante, Chawai, Chayahuita, Chayma, Chebero, Chechen, Lower Chehalis, Upper Chehalis, Cheke, Chenapian, Cheng, Chepang, Cheremis, Cherente, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Ch'iang, Chiapaneco, Chibak, Chibcha, Chichimeca-Jonaz, Chicomuceltec, Ch'ien-chiang, Chilcotin, Chiliuvo, Chimakum, Chimariko, Chimbu, Azumacin Chinantec, Lalana Chinantec, Ojitlan Chinantec, Palantla Chinantec, Quiotepec Chinantec, Usila Chinantec, Chinbok, Chingpaw, Chinook Jargon, Lower Chinook, Upper Chinook, Chip, Chipaya, Chipewyan, Chiqui, Chiquito (Bolivia-1), Chiquito (Bolivia-2), Chiri, Chiripon-Lete-Anum, Chiru, Chitamacha, Chivamona, Chiwere, Chocho, Choctaw, Chokobo, Chol, Cholon, Chomo, Chon, Chong, Chongee, Chontal of Tabasco, Chonvugn, Chopi, Choroti, Chorti, Chowra, Chrau, Chru, Chuave, Chujean, Chukchee, Chulym, Chumana, Chumash, Chuncho, Churapa, Churoya, Chuvantzy, Chuvash, Ciga, Cilician, Cinga, Ciokwe, Circassian, Ciri, Clallam, Coahuilteco, Cochimi, Coconuco, Coeur d'Alene, Cofan (Colombia-1), Colan, Colima, Colorado, Columbian, Comecrudo, Comox, Con, Conibo, Coos, Cora, Coraveca, Core, Cornish, Coroa, Coroado, Coronado* [Zaparoan?], Coropo, Correguaje, Northern Costanoan, Southern Costanoan, Coto, Cotoname, Cottian, Covareca, Cowlitz, Coxipo, Cozarini, Craho, Creapimcatage, Crecmun, Cree, Crenge, French Creole, Jamaican Creole, Creye, Cricatage, Crow, Cruatire, Cua, Cuabo, Cuaquer, Cuati, Cubeo, Cucura, Cueretu, Cuiba, Cuica, Cuicatec, Cuitlatec, Cujisenajeri [Cushichineri], Cujuna, Culina, Culino, Culle, Cumana, Cumanacho, Cumanagoto, Cumayena [Kumayena], Cuna, Cunewara [n Carib, Ven.], Cuniba, Cunimia, Cupeno, Curonian, Curucaneca, Curuminaca, Curupite, Custenau, Cutinana, Cutuquina [said to be a variant of "Catuquina", but also Arawak], Cuyunon, Czech

D[edit]

Daba, Dabe, Dabu, Dadia, Dafla, Daga, Dagara, Dagari, Dagbani, Dagoda, Dagoi, Dagur, Dahating, Dai (Chad), Dai (Solomon Islands), Daingnet, Daiomoni, Dairi, Daiso, Daju (Chad-1), Daju (Chad-2), Daju (Sudan), Daju of West Kordoton, Daka, Dakakari, Dakota, Dalla, Dalmato-Romanic, Dalwongo, North Damar, South Damar, Dameli, Dampelasa, Damun, Dan (Liberia), Danaw, Dang, Dangaleat, Grand Valley Dani, Western Dani, Danisa, Daonda, Dapo, Daraloia [Daruloia], Darambal, Dargwa, Dari, Darkinung, Darmiya, Dasenech, Datovitu, Dauan, Davaueno, Land Dayak, Dayang, De, Dea, Debu [Goilala? can't ID], Dedua, Degema, Degha, Delaware, Delo, Dem, Dembo of Cacuta Caenda, Demsa, Demta, Dengese, Dera, Derasa, Desana, Deti, Dhegiha, Dhimal, Di, Dianga [Ngombe[9]], Diau, Dibabaon, Dibiasu, Dibolug, Didinga, Dido, Diegueno, Dieri, Digo, Digul, Digut, Dime, Dimir, Dimuk, Diola, Diryawa, Disa, Djadjala, Djakunda, Djamindjung, Djanggu, Djaru, Djauan, Djendewal, Djeraity, Djinba, Djiwali, Djuka, Dobu, Dogon, Dogrib, Doka, 'Doko, Doko (Ethiopia), Doko of Ngiri, Dollo, Domara, Domkhoe, Dompago, Domuna, Domung, Western Donaldson, Donga, Dongo, Dongola-Kenuz, Dorhosye, Dorin, Dormo, Dorobo, Dorro, Doura, Doyayo, Duala, Duampu, Duan, Duau, Dugene, Duit, Dukawa, Duke, Duludi, Duma, Dumaki, Dume, Dumi, Dumu, Duna, Dungerwab, Dungidjau, Duniberrenai [Salivan], Duon, Dupa, Duru, Dusun, Dya, Dyaul, Dye, Dyimini, Dyula, Dzaiven Boka, Dzhika, Dzili, Dzindza, Dzorgai

E[edit]

Easter Island, Echoja, Efate, Efik, Efutop, Eggon, Egyptian-Coptic, Eikiri, Eiteip, Eivo, Ekajuk, Eket, Eki, Ekoi, Ekpeya, Elamite, Elapaputih, Eleme, Eliri, Elkei, Ellicean, Eloyi, Em, Emai, Embaloh, Embo, Emerum, Empeo, Ena, Endeh, Enga, Engenni, Enggano, Englam, English, Eongo, Northern Epera, Southern Epera, Epie, Erai, Eralado, Eregba, Erima, Ermitano, Erohwa, Erokwanas, Eromanga, Erulia, Eryuan, Esmeralda, Esperigua* [typo for Eperigua; Arawakan?], Esselen, Estonian, South Estonian, Eteocretan, Eteocyprian, Etna Bay, Eton, Etruscan, Even, Evenki, Ewatiaga, Ewe, Ewondo, Eyak,

F[edit]

Fa', Faiwol, Fali, Fali of Kiria, Fali of Mubi, Fali of Yilbu, Faliscan, Fallam, Falor, Fan, Fanji, Fantera, Fanya (Chad-1), Fanya (Chad-2), Faranyao, Fas, Fasu, Fataleka, Faur, Favele, Feroge, Fesoa, Fiba, Fijian, Finnish, Finungwan, Fitita, Upper Fly, Fo, Foi, Foja, Fomopea, Fongondeng, Fo'oa, Foraba, Foran, Fordat, Fore, Foto, Fotouni, Fox, Frafra, French, Frisian, Friulian, Ful, Fuliro, Fulnio, Fuma, Fungom, Fungor, Fur, Furu, Futuna, West Futuna, Fuyuge,

G[edit]

G!ang!ai, G//aa, G//abake, G//am, G//ana, G//anikwe, G//oro, G//wi, Ga, Ga'anda, Gabiano, Gablai, Gabri (Central African Republic), Gabri (Iran), Gabrieleno, Gadba, Christian Gaddang, Pagan Gaddang, Gade, Gadjerong, Gadsup, Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic, Gafat, Gagauz, Balkan Gagauz Turkish, Gahuku, Gaina, Gal, Galar [Gəlär], Galek, Galela, Galeva, Galice, Galla, Galoli, Galoma, Galu, Gam, Gambai, Gambata [Guadalcanal; cf. "Davovitu/Gabata" w Datovitu], Gambre, Gamei, Gamo, Gan (Burkina Faso), Ganade, Ganati, Ganda, Gandangara, Gandua, Gane, Ganglau (Papua New Guinea-1), Ganglau (Papua New Guinea-2), Ganja (Senegal), Ganti, Gants, Ganzi, Gao, Gapun, Garama, Garhwali, Gari, Garia (Papua New Guinea): Central, Garik, Garo (India), Garuh, Garus, Gata', Gatukai, Gaulish, Gawa, Gawanga, Gawar-bati, Gawwada, Gayardilt, Gayi (Ethiopia), Gayi (Nigeria), Gayo, Gayon, Gbanziri, Gbari, Gbaya, Gebi, Geez, Gele (Chad), Gelewa, Gelik, Gende, Gengle, Georgian, Gergito-Salymean [ancient Anatolia], Gerka, Geser, Gezawa, Gezewa [Plateau; homonym for last], Ghardaia, Gheko, Giabal, Giamina, Giay, Gider, Gidja, Gidole, Gidra, Gilaki, Gilbertese, Gilyak, Gimi, Ginux, Gira, Giri, Gisiga, Gizra, Gnau, Goajiro, Gobabingo, Gog, Gogo, Gogodala, Gogot, Goiefu, Goilala, Gokana, Gola, Gold, Goliath, Golo (Central African Republic), Gondi, Gongoroi, Goram, Gorendu, Goroa, Gorogone, Gorontalo, Gorotire, Gorovu, Gorron [NW Carib], Gorum, Gosisi, Gothic, Gourara, Gowar, Goya* [Ge?], Gradaho, Graged, Grebo, Ancient Greek, Modern Greek, Gresi, Grikwa, Groote Eylandt, Guacanahua, Guachichil, Guahibo, Gua-Hua [Gua/Ghua & Hua], Guaiana, Gualachi, Guamaca, Guan, Guana (Brazil), Guanaco, Guanao [NW Carib], Guanche, Guanebucan, Guarategaya, Guariza, Guato, Guatuso, Guayaki, Guaymi, Guayupe [Arawak, passim], Gubi, Gubinengo, Gudu, Guegue** [Ge?], Guenoa, Guentuse, Gueren, Guetar, Guhu Samane, Guicuru, Guinao, Portuguese Guinea, Gujarati, Gula (Chad-1), Gula (Chad-2), Gule, Gulla, Guluwarin, Gumahi, Gumasi, Gumbi[10], Gumuz, Gunantuna, Gunavidji, Gundangbon, Gundi, Gunian, Gunwiggu, Central West Gurage, East Gurage, Peripheral West Gurage, Gurani, Gure, Guregureu, Gurindji, Gurma, Gurmana, Gurung, Gurupy, Gusan, Gusii, Gusilay, Gussum, Gutob, Gutucrac, Guzawa, Gwa, Gwabegwabe, Gwamba, Gwandara, Gwanto, Gweno, Gwere, Gwoiden, Gwoira, Gwoza, Gyarung, Gyema

H[edit]

Ha, Hadiyya, Haeke, Hagari, Hagu, Hahutan, Haida, Haisla, Haitshuwau, Haka, Hakka, Halang, Halisa, Halkomelem, Halong, Halopa, Ham, Hamat, Hameha, Han, Hanahan, Handa, Hanga, Hangaza, Hanglulu [typo for Hanalulo], Hani, Hanon, Hantik, Hanunoo, Hapa, Haragure, Haroy, Hatsa, Hattam, Hattic, Hatue, Haulngo, Hauruha, Hausa, Havu, Havunese, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hehe, Heiban, Hemba, Herero, Herisobocono, Het, Hewa, Heyo, Hidatsa, Higi, Hima, Hina (Nigeria), Eastern Hindi, Western Hindi, Hiotshuwau, Hiroi-Lamgang, Hishkaryana, Hitchiti, Hittite, Hkaku, Hlota, Hmar, Hoamol, Hoanya, Hogirano, Hoking, Holoholo, Homa, Hondiapa, Hopi, Hor, Horo, Horom, Horuru, Hoti (Indonesia), Houailou, Hrangkhol, Hre, Hruso, Hsemtung, Hsiang, Hsi-lin, Huanayo, Huancavilca, Puntano Huarpe, Huastec, Huave, Huela, Huichol, Huku, Hukwe, Hula, Huli, Hulung, Hun, Hunde, Hungana, Hungarian, Hungu, Hunjara, Hupa, Hurri, Hus, Hwethom,

I[edit]

I, Iai, Iangla [Umboi Island], Iarumi, Iatmul, Ibanag, Ibaram-Efifa, Iberian, Ibino, Ibu, Ibukairu, Ica, Icen, Idate, Idiama, Idne, Idoma, Idon, Igala, Igbira, Igbo, Igom, Iha (Indonesia): Maluku Islands, Iha (Indonesia): Papua, I'iaa, Ijo, Ikoro, Ikpeshi, Ikudun, Ikulu, Ila, Ilba, Iliaura, Iliwaki, Illyrian, Ilocano, Ilonggo, Ilongot, Inakona, Inapari, Indo-Portuguese, Indri, Ingalit, Ingarico, Ingassana, Inggarda, Ingrian, Ingush, Inibaloy, Inuit, Ipikoi, Ipili, Ipurina, Ir, Ira-Amaire, Irahutu, Iranche, Iraqw, Iraya, Iria, Irigwe, Irumu, Isal, Isamal, Isaurian, Isebe, Ishan, Isinay, Isurara, Italian, Itawi, Itayaine, Itigo, Itonama, Ittik, Itu, Itutang, Ivatan, Ivbie, Ivitorocai, Iwa, Iwaidji, Iwam, Iworo, Iwur, Ixatec, Ixil, Iyekhee, Izi,

J[edit]

Jaba, Jabaana, Jabal Nafusah, Jabulajabula, Jacaltec, Jadliaura, Jagara, Jahalatane, Jaitmathang, Jajao, Jaku, Jakun, Jalanga, Jalung [Jəluṅ], Jamden, Jamjam, Jamundi*, Janda, Jandjinung, Jangali, Janjero, Janji, Janjula, Jaoi, Japanese, Old Japanese, Japen, Jarai, Jarawa (India), Jarawa (Nigeria), Jarnango, Jaru, Jatvian, Jauaperi, Jaudjibara, Jaulapiti, Jauor, Jauraworka, Jauwa, Javahe, Javanese, Jegasa-Sarau, Jegu, Jeh, Jeico, Jen, Jera, Jerawa proper, Jerba, Jibu, Jicaque, Jilngali, Jimajima, Jimina-kana, Jimjam, Jinwum, Jirajara, Jiru, Jita, Jivaro, Jongor, Jorto, Jotijota, Juang, Juat, Ju-chen, Jukambal, Jukun, Juma, Jumana, Jungman, Juray, Jurua-Purus,

K[edit]

Kaalon, Kaanu, Kaba (Chad), Kaba (Ethiopia), Kaba Dunjo, Kabadi, Kabisiana, Kabiu, Kabre, Kabwari, Kabyle, Kachama, Kadai, Kadara, Kadjang, Kadu, Kadugli, Kaeti, Kagi, Kagoma, Kagulu, Kahe, Kahua, Kahugu, Kai, Kaibubu, Kaibus, Kaidipan, Kaiku, Kaima [dial. Mongol, Langam], Kairi, Kairiru, Kairui (East Timor-1), Kaitero, Kaititj, Kaivi, Kaiwa (Papua New Guinea), Kajakaja, Kaje, Kajeli, Kajoa (Indonesia): Halmahera, Kajumerah, Kajuru, Kakadu, Kakatio, Kako, Kakumo, Kalabra, Kalai, Kalamai, Kalamian, Kalanguya, Kalasa, Kalasa-ala, Kaleung, Kalibamu, Kaliko (Democratic Republic of Congo), Kaliko (Papua New Guinea), Kalinga, Kalispel, Kalkutung, Kalokalo, Kalp, Kam (China), Kam (Nigeria), Kamano, Kamantan, Kamariang, Kamasa, Kamayura, Kamba (Kenya), Kambaira, Kambari, Kamberataro, Kambesi, Kambot, Kamchadal, Kamhau, Kami, Kamilaroi, Kamkam, Kamoro, Kampong Baru, Kamrang, Kamtuk, Kamu, Kamuku, Kan, Kanakanabu, Kanakuru, Kanamara, Kanapit, Kanashi, Kanawari, Kandam, Kande, Kandju, Kanembu, Kanga, Kango, Kaningra, Kaninkwom, Kanjobal, Kankanay, Kannada, Kansiangying, Kantu, Kanum, Kanuri, Kanyoka, Kaonde, Kapau, Kapauku, Kapingamarangi, Kapore, Kapriman, Kapwi, Kara (Sudan), Karaboro, Karachay, Karadjeri, Karaim, Karakalpak, Karam, Karami, Karamojong, Karanga (Chad), Karanga (Zimbabwe), Karangi, Karankawa, Karanti, Karas, Karata, Karawa (Australia), Karawa (Papua New Guinea), Karbo, Kardutjara, Kare (Papua New Guinea), Karelian, Karendala, Karenggapa, Kari (Central African Republic), Kari (Chad), Kariera, Karigari, Karima, Karitiana, Karkin, Karo (Ethiopia), Karo (Indonesia), Karo (Papua New Guinea), Karok, Karon (Indonesia), Karon (Senegal), Karua, Karukaru, Kasanga, Kasem, Kasere, Kashubian, Kasimbar, Kasira, Kasmiri, Kasseng, Kassite, Kataang, Katab, Katazi, Katcha, Kate, Kati, Northern Kati, Southern Kati, Katiati, Katingan, Katla, Kato, Katoratele, Katu, Ka'u, Kaurareg, Kaure, Kauri, Kauwerawet, Kavalan, Kavu, Kawacha, Kawaib, Kawa-Yunnan, Kawol, Kayabi, Kayan (Indonesia), Kayan (Papua New Guinea), Kayik, Kayong, Kazakh, Kazibati, Kazukuru, Kebanagara, Kebu, Kefa, Keheraran, Kei, Keiga, Keiga Jirru, Keigana, Keinjan, Kekchi, Kela (Democratic Republic of Congo), Keladdar, Kelana, Kelao, Kelawa, Kele (Democratic Republic of Congo), Kele (Gabon), Kelimuri, Kemak, Kemba, Kenaboi, Kendari, Ke-ney, Kenga, Kensense, Kenyah, Kenyi, Kepkiriwat, Kera (Cameroon), Keraki, Kerebe, Kerebuto, Kerei, Kerek, Kerema, Keres, Keriaka, Kerintji, Kermanji, Ket, Ketagalan, Kete, Kewa, Kewah, Kewieng, Kha Doi-luang [= Kha Doy, a pejorative term for Khmu'], Kha Kon-tu' [typo for Kha Kon-ku'], Kha Kwang-Lim [all 3 perhaps Khmuic, in Pinnow 1959, Kon-ku' and Kwang-lim from Lefèvre-Pontalis 1892], Khakas, Khalaj, Khaling, Khalkha, Khambu, Khamed, Khami, Khamir, Khamti, Khana, Khandesi, Khari, Kharia, Khasi, Khaskhong, Khasonke, Khmer, Khmu', Black Khoany, White Khoany, Khoi, Khoibu, Khorcin, Khotanese, Khoton, Khowar, Khualringklang, Khumbi, Khun, Khunggoi, Khwarizmian, Kia (Solomon Islands), Kiamerop, Kiangan, Kiaokio, Kibala, Kiballo, Kibene[11], Kibet, Kibiri, Kibuli, Kidzom, Kikuyu, Kila, Kilba, Kile, Kilenge, Kilinailau, Kiliwa, Kilmeri, Kilokaka, Kim (Central African Republic), Kimaghama, Kimbu, Kinaki, Kinalakna, Kinaraya, King, Kinga, Kinkwa, Kinuku, Kiong, Kiowa, Kiposaka, Kirghiz, Kirifawa, Kiriwina, Kirma, Kirungella, Kis, Kisar, Kisi (Sierra Leone), Kisi (Tanzania), Kitabal, Kitimi, Kitsai, Bamu Kiwai, Northern Kiwai, Southern Kiwai, Klamath, Klang-Klang, Koa, Koalib, Koasati, Koassa, Koba, Kobiana, Kobon, Kobro'or, Kodagu, Kofa, Kofiau, Koho, Kohumono, Koiari, Mountain Koiari, Koita, Kokama, Koke, Kokila, Koko Bujundji, Koko Imudji, Koko Jelandji, Koko Mindjan, Koko Pera, Koko Yawa, Koko-Ya'o, Kol, Kola, Kolaka, Kolami, Kolbila, Kolhreng, Koliku, Kom (India), Koma (Nigeria), Koma (Sudan), Central Koma, Komalu, Komasanu [typo for Komasau], Komba, Kombio, Komfana, Komono, Komoro, Komutu, Konabem-Bekwil, Konda (India), Konda (Indonesia), Koneraw, Kongo, Konkomba, Kono (Liberia), Konso, Konyagi, Konzo, Koo, Kooki, Kopo-Moniya, Korak, Korana, Korape, Korappun, Korean, Koria, Koriki, Koro (Nigeria), Korokwa, Koromira, Kororo, Kortse, Koru Buso [n. of Guhu Samane], Koryak, Kosin, Kosorong, Kossee, Kota (Gabon), Kota (India), Kotogut, Kotoi, Kotoko, Kotopo, Kovai, Kovio, Kowaki, Kowan, Koya, Koyo, Koyra, Koyukon, Kpa, Kpala, Kpati, Kpelle, Kposo, Krachi, Krahn, Krangku, Kravet, Kresh, Krim, Krio, Kroe, Krongo, Kru-Krawi, Krung, Kryts, Kuanga, Kuba, Kube, Kubo-Daba, Kuchi, Kuchin, Kuda, Kuepa, Kugbo, Kui (China), Kui (India), Kuiwai, Kuka, Kukaty, Kukele, Kukuya, Kula, Kulaman, Kulango, Kulawi, Kulele, Kuliviu, Kulube, Kulung (Chad), Kulung (Nigeria), Kumaju, Kumam, Kumauni, Kumba, Kumbainggar, Kumdauron,[2] Kumukio, Kumyk, Kumzai, Kunama, Kunambena, Kunda (Democratic Republic of Congo), Kunda (Zimbabwe), Kundjen, Kung, Kungarakany, Kunggara, Kuni, Kunimaipa, Kunua, Kunyi, Kupang, Kupome, Kurama (Australia), Kurama (Nigeria), Kurku, Kuruaya, Kurudu, Kurukh, Kurumba (Burkina Faso), Kurung, Kusage, Kusaiean, Kusal, Upper Kuskokwim, Kusu, Kusundu, Kusuvulu [Koussouvoulou], Kutenai, Kutin, Kutu, Kuturmi, Kuumu, Kuwi, Kuy, Kuyani, Kuzamani, Kven, Kwaa, Kwaatay, Kwadi, Kwaio, Kwaja, Kwakiutl, Kwakum, Kwala, Kwale, Kwalhioqua, Kwalsim, Kwambi, Kwandang, Kwangari, Kwangli, Kwangwa, Kwanka, Kwansu, Kwanyama, Kwara'ae, Kwarekwareo, Kwee, Kwegu, Kwei-yang, Kweni, Kwenyi, Kwerba, Kwese, Kwesten, Kwoireng, Kwolla, Kwoma, Kwomtari, Kyama, Kyau, Kypchak,

L[edit]

Labwor, Ladin, Lafofa, Lahnda, Lahu, Laichau, Laiwonu, Laiwui, Laizo, Lak, Laka, Lakahia, Laki, Lakia, Lakon, Lala (Papua New Guinea), Lala (Zambia), Lama, Lamalama, Lamalanga, Lamangkau, Lamasa, Lamba (Zambia), Lambichhong, Lambon, Lambumbu, Lame (Chad), Lame (Nigeria), Lamet, Lamnso, Lampung, Landawe, Landuma, Langa, Langalanga, Langet, Langi, Langimar, Lango, Langrong, Langtup, Lanuvian, Lao, Inari Lapp, Kola Lapp, Lule Lapp, Pite Lapp, Ruija Lapp, Skolt Lapp, Southern Lapp, Ume Lapp, Laqua, Larakia, Laravat, Lardil, Laro (Papua New Guinea), Laro (Sudan), Lashi, Lati, Classical Latin, Common Latin, Mediaeval Latin, Old Latin, Post-Classical Latin, Vulgar Latin, Lau (Solomon Islands), Laumbe, Laurentian, Lauuna, Lauwa, Laveh, Lawa, Lawangan, Lawthve, Lcon [typo for Leon], Lebei, Leboni, Leco, Lefana, Lega, Legbo, Leha, Lehar, Leket [Papuan: New Britain; typo? can't confirm], Lekon, Lele (Democratic Republic of Congo), Lemben, Lemusmus, Lenca, Lendu, Lengo, Lengola, Lengua, Lengue, Lenje, Lente, Lepcha, Lepontic, Leron, Leti, Lettish, Leun, Leyiga, Lezghian, Li, Liambata, Libo, Lifu, Ligbi, Liguri, Ligurian, Lihir, Likila, Liko, Likpe, Lilau, Lile* [Lili], Lillooet, Lima, Limba (Sierra Leone), Limboto, Limbu, Limera, Linear A, Ling-yun, Lisabata, Lisela, Lisu, Lithuanian, Liuliu, Livara, Livonian, Lobala, Lobi, Loda, Logba, Logo, Logooli, Lohorong, Loinang, Loi-Ngiri, Loko (Sierra Leone), Lokono, Lola, Lolopho, Loma (Liberia), Lomaumbi, Lomban, Lombi, Lombo, Lomrig, Lomwe, Lonchong, Long Pata, Longarim, Longgahaja [Logahaza], Longgu, Longla, Longmi, Longuda, Lontes, Lor, Lore, Losengo, Lote, Lotuho, Lou, Loun, Loven, Lowai, Lozi, Lu, Luangiua, Luba-Katanga, Luba-Lulua, Lubu, Lucazi, Luf, High Lugbara, Low Lugbara, Luhu, Central Luhupa, Northern Luhupa, Southern Luhupa, Luhya, Luimbi, Luiseno, Lule, Lumbu, Luna, Lunda, Lundu, Lundwe, Lung-an, Lungga (Australia), Lungga (Solomon Islands), Lungu, Luo, Luri (Iran), Lusa, Lusatian, Lushai, Lushange, Luuwa [(ki)Luwa/Lua], Luwai, Luwian, Luwu', Luwunda, Luyana, Lwalu, Lwena, Lwo (Sudan), Lwo (Uganda), Lyase-ne, Lyconian, Lydian, Lyele,

M[edit]

Ma'a, Maanyan, Maasai, Maba (Indonesia), Maba (Sudan), Mabaale, Maban, Mabenaro, Mabiha, Mabo, Maca, Macamecran, Macanese, Macedonian, Machacali, Machiguenga, Machui, Macu (Brazil-1), Macu (Brazil-2), Macu (Venezuela), Macuni, Macushi, Mada (Nigeria), Ma'di, Madiha, Madik, Madinava, Madole, Madurese, Mae (Vanuatu): Emae, Maewo, Maga, Magadhi, Magari, Magi, Magori, Magu, Maguindanao, Maha, Mahaga, Mahai, Maharashtri, Mahas-Fiyadikka, Mahigi, Mahura, Maia (Australia), Maiari, Maibrat, Mountain Maidu, Northwest Maidu, Southern Maidu, Valley Maidu, Maiheari, Mailnga, Mailu, Maipure, Mairasi, Mairiri, Maisin, Maiwara, Maiya, Maji, Mak (China), Maka, Makah, Makarub, Makasai, Makasarese, West Makian Islands, East Makian, West Makian, Makiara, Makleu, Makoma, Makonde, Maku, Makua, Makura, Makurap, Mala, Malabu, Malagasy, Malala, Malali, Malangai, Malango, Malas, Malaweg, Malay, Malayalam, Maldivian, Male (Ethiopia), Male (Papua New Guinea), Malgana, Maligo, Malila, Malingo, Malinka, Malngin, Malo (Katuic) [Məlo], Malo (Vanuatu), Malol, Malto, Malua, Malu'u, Mam, Mama, Mamaa, Mambai (East Timor), Mambare, Mambila, Mambwe, Mamudju, Mamusi, Mamvu-Efe, Man Cao-lan, Mana, Managalasi, Manam, Manambu, Manao, Manau, Manbai, Manchati, Manchu, Manda (India), Manda (Tanzania), Mandan, Mandandanji, Mandankwe, Mandara (Nigeria), Mandarese, Mandarin, Mandauaca, Mandaya, Mandi (Cameroon), Maneao, Manegir, Mang, Mangala, Mangarai, Mangareva, Mangawitu, Mangaya, Mangbetu, Mangbutu, Mange'e, Mangeri, Manggarai, Mangguangan, Mangisa, Mangole, Mangue, Mani, Manipa, Maniteneri, Manitsawa, Manjaku, Mankanya, Manmanua, Mano, Agusan Manobo, Central Manobo, Cotabato Manobo, Mansaka, Mansibaber, Mansim, Mansinyo, Mansoanka, Manta, Mantena, Manter, Mantion, Outer Mantse, Manubara, Manukolu, Manx, Manyak, Manyan, Northern Mao, Southern Mao, Maori, Cook Islands Maori, Mapanai, Mape (Papua New Guinea), Mape (Venezuela) [Chibchan or NW Carib; if Mapen (La Vega), this would be Cuica per Mason], Maporese, Mapoyo, Mapute, Maquiritare, Mara (Australia), Mara (India), Maragaus, Maragum, Maram, Maramanindji, Maran, Maranao, Maranunggu, Marapka, Mararit, Marathi, Marau (Solomon Islands), Maraua, Maraura, Marawa, Marba, Marditjali, Mardudunera, Marengar, Margi, Margu, Mari (East Sepik), Mari (Vanuatu), Mariape-Nahuqua, Mariate, Maribishicoa, Marina, Marinaua, Marind, Maring (India), Maring (Papua New Guinea), Marodiapa, Maropa, Marovo, Marquesan, Marrucinian, Marshallese, Marsian, Maru, Masa (Chad-1), Masa (Chad-2), Masaba, Masaca (Brazil-1), Masaca (Venezuela), Masacara, Masakin, Masalit, Masarete, Masasi, Masco, Mascoy, Masegi, Masenrempulu, Mashasha, Mashi, Masimasi, Masongo, Maspo* [Epetineri; Pano: Capanawa?], Massachusett, Mataco, Matagalpa, Mataguayo, Matakam, Matanawi, Matapi, Mataua, Matengo, Matepi, Matete, Matlatzinca, Matsungan, Mattole, Matukar, Matumbi, Mauacua, Maue, Maung, Maututu, Mavia, Maw, Mawak, Mawan, Mawes, May, Maya (Mexico), Mayaoyao, Mayapi, Maykulan, Mayo, Mayogo, Mazahua, Mazanderani, Mazaro, Mazatec, Mba, Mbaama, Mbacca, Mbai, Mbala, Mbamba, Mbangala, Mbanwe, Mbarabam, Mbati, Mbaw, Mbaya-Guaicuru, Mbayaka, Mbe, Mbeafal, Mbeiwum, Mbem, Mbembe, Mbesa, Mbete, Mbimu, Mbo (Cameroon), Mbo (Democratic Republic of Congo), Mbo (Zambia), Mboa, Mboi, Mboka, Mboko (Congo), Mbole (Democratic Republic of Congo): Equateur, Mbomotaba, Mbono, Mbosi, Mbowe, Mbugwe, Mbula, Mbulungish, Mbunda, Mbundu (Angola): Benguela, Mbundu (Angola): Luanda, Mbunga, Mbuti, Mbuun, Mbwela, Mbwera, Mdundulu, Mecayapan, Medlpa, Megiar, Mehek, Mehin, Mehinacu, Meithei, Mekan, Mekeo, Mekongka, Mekwei, Melanau, Mele, Melebuganon, Mende, Mendi, Menemo, Mengen, Menghwa, Menian, Menimehe* [Tucanoan?], Meninggo, Menka, Menomini, Mentawai, Menye, Mera Mera, Merig, Merlav, Mero, Meroitic, Metyibo, Mewun, Meyach, Old Mfengu, Mfinu, Mi, Miaitopa, Miami, Mianka, Mianmin, Miao, Micmac, Midik, Midob, Midsivindi, Mien, Migabac, Mige, Migili, Mikaru, Mikud, Millcayac, Miltu, Mimi (Sudan), Mimika, Northern Min, Southern Min, Minangkabau, Minchia, Mindik, Mindiri, Minduumo, Mingin, Mini, Minjori, Minuane, Minyafuin, Miranya, Miri (Sudan), Miriam (Australia), Miriam (Nigeria), Miriwun, Mirning, Mis, Misdao, Chulikata Mishmi, Digaru Mishmi, Miju Mishmi, Mishulundu, Miskito, Miso'ol, Mitak, Mitaka, Mitakudi, Mitmit, Mitua, Mituku, Central Sierra Miwok, Coast Miwok, Lake Miwok, Northern Sierra Miwok, Plains Miwok, Southern Sierra Miwok, Mixe, Mixtec, Miyawa, Mme, Central Mnong, Eastern Mnong, Southern Mnong, Moabite, 'Moaeke, Moar, 'Moaveke, Moba, Mobab[12], Mober, Mocho (Ethiopia), Mocovi, Modan, Modang, Modgel, Modunga, Moenebeng, Mogamo, Mogao, Mogetemin, Mogogodo, Mogoni, Moguez, Mogum, Mohawk, Mohegan, Mohenjo-Daro, Mohino, Mohissa, Moi, Moibiri, Moi-e, Moira, Mok (Papua New Guinea): Manus, Mokareng, Molale, Moli (Solomon Islands): Choiseul, Moli (Solomon Islands): Guadalcanal, Molima, Molof, Momare, Mombum, Momolili (Papua New Guinea-1), Momolili (Papua New Guinea-2), Mon (Myanmar), Monde, Mongoba, Mongondow, Mongo-Nkunbo [old typo for Nkundu], Mongour, Mongoyo, Mongsen, Mongul, Moni, Monjombo, Mono (Cameroon), Mono (Solomon Islands), Mono (United States), Monocho, Monoico [n Carib, Guy.], Monom, Monshoco, Montal, Monumbo, Mopwa, Mor, Mora, Moraid, Moraori, Morcote, Mordvin, More (Bolivia), More (Burkina Faso), Moresada, Mori, Moriori, Moriuene, Moro, Moro Hills, Morokodo, Moru (Ivory Coast), Moru (Sudan), Moseten, Mosin, Moso, Mota, Motilon, Motlav, Motozintlec, Motu, Movima, Moxo, Mozarabic, Mpalitjan, Mpoto, Mpuono, Mro, Mubi, Mudbura, Muellamues, Muenane, Mugil, Muher, Lower Muiu, Muju, Upper Muju, Muka, Mukawa, Mulaha, Muliama, Muliara, Mulimba, Mullukmulluk, Mumbake, Mumeng, Mumuye, Muna, Mundang, Lower Mundani, Upper Mundani, Mundari (India), Mundrau, Mundu, Munduruku, Mung, Munga, Muniche, Muniwara, Munji (Afghanistan), Munkip, Munumburu, Mu'o'ng, Mup, Mur, Mura, Muralidban, Murawari, Murik (Malaysia), Murik (Papua New Guinea), Murinbata, Murisapa, Murle, Murmi, Murua, North Borneo Murut, Sarawak Murut, Murzu, Musa River, Upper Musa, Musak, Musar, Musei, Musgu, Muskogee, Muso [Muzo; nw Carib, Col.], Mussau, Mutuan [n Carib, Braz.], Mutum, Mvumbo, Mwa, Mwanga, Mwera, Myene, Myriandynian, Mysian, Mzab,

N[edit]

N//hai, N/amani, N/huki, Nabak, Nabandi, Nabi, Nachereng, Nacnhanuc, Nacrehe, Nada, Nadubea, Naga-Mikir, Nagatman, Nagovisi, Nagramadu, Nagumi, Nahali, Nahu, Nahua, Naiki, Najarago, Nakama, Nakanai, Nakara, Nake, Nakiai, Nakwi, Nale, Nalik, Naltje, Nalu, Nama (Cameroon), Nama (Namibia), Gimsbok Nama, Namatote, Nambas, Nambi, Northeast Nambicuara, Southwest Nambicuara, Nameji, Namib [ǂGanin], Namie, Namnam, Namshi, Nancere, Nanda, Nandi, Nandu, Nangalami, Nangire, Nangumiri, Nanhang, Nankanse, Nankina, Nao, Napu, Nara (Eritrea), Narak, Naravute [s Carib: Nahucua], Narom, Naron, Nasioi, Nata, Natal [KS, unattested], Natchez, Natemba, Natioro, Natu, Nauhan, Naumik, Nauruan, Nausaku, Navajo, Nawagi, Nawdam, Nawu, Ncha, Ndaaka, Ndaanda [C19 = Kpala[13] = Taanda[14]], Ndaktup, Ndali, Ndam, Ndamba, Ndandi, Ndau (Papua New Guinea) [Madang], Nde, Ndebele, Ndengereko, Ndingi, Ndo, Ndobo, Ndoe, Ndogo, Ndom, Ndombe, Ndonde, Ndonga, Ndoro, Ndrosun, Nduga, Ndut, Ndzundza, Nee, Neferipi, Negerhollands, Negidal, Negira, Nek, Nekgini, Neko, Neku, Nemi, Neneba, Nenema, Nengone, Nenium, Neo-Melanesian, Neo-Solomonic, Nepali, Netherlandic-German, Nevat, New Zealand, Newari, Nez Perce, Ngaaka, Ngage, Ngaing, Ngaju, Ngala (Papua New Guinea), Ngalakan, Ngalia, Northern Ngalik, Southern Ngalik, Ngaliwuru, Ngalum, Ngamai-iki, Ngamambo, Ngamba, Ngamo, Ngandi, Ngando (Democratic Republic of Congo), Ngando-Kota, Ngandyera, Nganguruku, Ngardi, Ngare, Ngarigo, Ngarinman, Ngarla, Ngarndji, Ngasa, Ngaslawe] [Wandala–Mafa, Ngayaba, Ngbee, Ngbinda, Ngele of Irebu, Ngengu, Ngeq, Ngewin, Nggela, Nggoth, Nghwele, Ngi, Ngindo, Ngizim, Ngo, Ngola, Ngombe (Democratic Republic of Congo), Ngoni (Tanzania), Ngonu, Ngoro, Ngowugar, Ngul, Ngulu (Mozambique), Ngulu (Tanzania), Ngunawal, Ngundi, Nguni, Nguri, Ngurimi, Ngwe, Ngwoi, Nhang, Niakuol, Nialuok, Niarawa** [Pano: Capanawa (Shipibo) in Mason 1950], Nias, Central Nicobarese, Southern Nicobarese, Nielim, Nigua, Nigubaiba, Nika, Nikuda, Nila, Nilamba, Nimbari, Nimboran, Nimi, Nimo, Ninggirum, Ningi, Ningil, Ninigo, Ninzam, Nisan, Nitinat, Niuean, Njai, Njalgulgule, Njem-Bajue, Nkangala, Nkim, Nkom, Nkoya, Nkukoli, Nkum, Nkutu, Nmam [typo for Nnam], Noala, Nogai, Nokon, Nokopo, Nokuku, Nomane, Nombuio, Nomlaki, Nomu, Non, Nongatl, Nonuya, Nooksack, Nootka, Nora, Noraia, Nori, Norocoage*, Nossob, Nottoway, Notu, Nrebele, Nsenga, Nsungli, Ntau, Ntem, Ntombo-Bolia, Nuakata, Nuangeya, Nuaulu, Nubami, Kordofanian Nubian, Nucoecamecran, Nucuini, Nuer, Nuk, Nukuoro, Numanggang, Numfor, Nung (Myanmar), Nung (Vietnam), Nungali, Nunggubuju, Nuniali, Nunuma, Nuoku, Nupe, Nusa [s Nusapenida: Bali-Sasak], Nwa, Nyabungu, Nyada, Nyaheun, Nyakyusa, Nyala (Kenya), Nyamal, Nyambo, Nyamwesi, Nyaneka, Nyang, Nyanga, Nyangbo, Nyangumarda, Nyanja, Nyankole, Nyao, Nyengo, Nyi, Nyigina, Nyiha, Nyimang, Nyole, Nyo'o, Nyoro, Nyule, Nyulnyul, Nyungwe, Nzakara, Nzebi, Nzema,

O[edit]

Obanliku, Obi (Indonesia), Obi (Papua New Guinea), Ocaina, Ocuiltec, Ododop, Odual, Ofo, Ogar, Ogbia, Ogbogolo, Ogondyan, Oi, Oirat, Oirata, Ojibwa, Okanogan, Okobo, Oko-Osanyin, Okpamheri, Oksapmin, Olca, Oli, Olo, Olulumo, Oluta, Omagua, Omba, Ombila, Ombo, Omo, Omurano, Ona, Ondoro, Oneida, Oni, Onin, Onjob, Ono, Onua, Opaie, Opata, Opon, Orai-iu, Ordek-Burnu, Ordos, Oregon, Orierh, Oring, Oriya, Ormu, Ormuri, Oroc, Orocon, Oroha, Orok, Orokaiva, Orokolo, Oron, Ororono [typo for Ocorono], Orri, Oru Lopiko, Oscan, Oser, Oso, Ososo, Ossetic, Ostyak, Osum, Ot Danum, Otamaco, Otati, Oti, Otomi, Otoro, Otuque, Ouargla, Oyampi, Oyana, Oyda,

P[edit]

Paama, Pacas Novas, Pacoh, Padang, Padorho, Paelignian, Paez, Pagi, Pagu, Western Pahari, Pahi, Pai (Nigeria), Pai (Papua New Guinea), Paici, Paicoge, Paioariene, Paipai, Northern Paiute, Southern Paiute, Paiwan, Pak (Papua New Guinea), Pak (Vanuatu), Pakawa, Pakishan, Pala, Palaic, Palank [= Palenque; n Carib, Ven.; ≠ Patangora], Palara, Palauan, Palaung, Palawano, Palaychi, Pali, Palicur, Palmela, Palu, Pama, Pamaino, Pambia, Pame, Pamigua, Pamona, Pampangan, Pana, Panakrusima, Panaras, Panari, Panayati, Pancararu, Panche, Pande, Pangan, Pangasinan, Pangkala, Pangkumu, Pango, Pangwa, Panhame, Panim, Paniquita, Panjabi, Pankhu, Pantera, Pao-an, Pape, Papel, Paphlagonian, Papiamento, Papora, Parachi, Paraua, Paraujano, Paraviyana, Parawen, Paraxim, Parb, Pare, Paressi, Pariagoto [n Carib, Ven.], Parji, Pasai, Pasaramona, Pashto, Passamaquoddy, Passe, Pasto, Patacho, Patagon, Patangoro, Patani, Patia* [Coconucan?], Patipi, Patoco* [Camsa?], Patwin, Pau d'Arco, Pauchiana, Paulohi, Pauserna, Pauwi, Pauxi, Pawnee, Pay, Paya, Pazeh, Pear, Peba, Pehuenche, Pekawa, Peleata, Pelones [ambiguous; incl. Lipan], Pemba, Pemeno* [Cariban?], Pende, Pengo, Penobscot, Penrhyn, Pentlatch, Penyoqui, Pepeha, Peremka, Peri, Pericu, Pero, Persian, Petapa, Petats, Peterei, Phalura, Phana, Pheng, Pho, Phoenician, Phrygian, Phu Thai, Phuan, Phuang, Phunoi, Phupha, Pia, Piame, Pianocoto, Piapoco, Piaroa, Pichobo, Pictish, Australian Pidgin, Hawaiian Pidgin, Micronesian Pidgin, Moluccas Pidgin, Timor Pidgin, Piggattan [typo for Pigattan, = Piggatan], Pijao, Piki, Pila (Benin), Pila (Papua New Guinea), Pilatapa, Pileni, Pililo, Pima, Pima Bajo, Pimbwe, Pimenteira, Pingfang, Pinukpuk, Piocabge, Pioje-Sioni, Pipikoro, Pipil, Piritu*, Piro (Peru), Piro (United States), Pisa, Pisidian, Pisirami, Pitcairnese, Piti, Pitu-Ulunna-Salu, Pityilu, Piva, Plain Country, Po-ai, Poapoa, Pochutla, Podokana, Podokwo, Podzo, Pogolo, Poke, Pokomam, Pokomo, Pokonchi, Pokot, Polabian, Poleo, Polindaro [Totoró], Polish, Polopa, Pol-Pomo, Central Pomo, Eastern Pomo, Northeastern Pomo, Northern Pomo, Southeastern Pomo, Southern Pomo, Southwestern Pomo, Ponam, Ponapean, Poncatage, Pondoma, Pongo (Nigeria), Pongo-Mungo, Ponta* [Ge?], Pontic, Popayan*, Popoloc, Sierra Popoluca, Poromi, Poroporo, Port Sandwich, Portuguese, Po-se, Potaia, Potawatomi, Powhatan, Praenestinian, Pragar [Prəgar], Preng, Provencal, Old Prussian, Puben*, Pucpacuri, Pue, Puelche (Argentina-1), Puelche (Argentina-2), Puguli, Puinave, Pukapukan, Puku-nu, Pula, Puna, Punan Ba, Puncuri, Punthamara, Punu (China), Punu (Gabon), Puoc, Purace* [Coconucan?], Puragi, Purecamecran, Puri, Purubora, Purucarod, Purucoto, Puruha, Purum, Purupuru, Pusaracau* [Yanomam?], Puyamanawa [Punyamumanawa, Puyamanahua; c Pano? not confirmed by Mason], Puyuma, Pwamei, Pyem, Pyen,

Q[edit]

Qci [typo for Qei], Qiche, Quara, Quatpe [typo for Qatpe], Quechua, Quencatage [Kenkateye], Quenoloco* [Carib?], Qui-chau, Quileute, Quilla* [Coconucan?], Quillacinga, Quinault, Quitemoca

R[edit]

Rabinal, Rade, Raetic, Central Raga, South Raga, Rai, Rajasthani, Ralte, Rama, Ramarama, Ramata, Rambutjo, Ramcocamecra, Rana, Rangkas, Rao, Raosiara, Rapa, Rapangkaka, Ratahan, Rataning, Rawa, Rawang, Rebina, Redjang, Reef Island, Rek, Rembarunga, Remi, Remo (India), Remo (Peru), Rempi, Rendile, Rengao, Rengma, Rennellese, Reshe, Resigero, Retan, Reyesano, Riang-lang, Riantana, Riff, Rindre, Riraidjango, Ritarungo, Ro, Roboda, Rodong, Cac Gia Roglai, Northern Roglai, Southern Roglai, Rogo, Roma, Romansch, Romany, Romblomanon, Romkuin, Ron (Nigeria), Ronga, Roro, Rorovana, Roti (Indonesia): Nusa Tenggara, Rotokas, Rotuman, Roviana, Rowa, Ruanda, Rue, Ruguru, Ruihi, Rukai, Rukuba, Rumanian, Rumaya, Rundi, Runga (Tanzania), Rungu, Ruruma, Ruruvai, Rusha, Russian, Rutul, Rwo, Central Ryukyuan, Northern Ryukyuan, Southern Ryukyuan,

S[edit]

Sa'a, Saamia, Saaroa, Sabane, Sabari, Sabela, Old Sabellic, Saberi, Sabeu, Sabine, Sabir, Saclan, Sa'dan, Sae** [Arawak], Saek, Safalaba, Safen, Safwa, Sagada, Sagala, Sahaptin, Sahe, Sailo, Saint Philip's Bay, Saisiyat, Sak, Central Sakai, Eastern Sakai, Northern Sakai, Southern Sakai, Sakam, Sakata, Sakau, Saki, Salakahadi, Salampasu, Salawati, Salinan, Northern Straits Salish, Puget Sound Salish, Saliva, Sama, Samagir, Samal, Samalek, Samap, Samba, Sambali, Samo (Burkina Faso), Samo (Sandaun), Samo (Papua New Guinea): Western, Samoan, Ostyak Samoyed, Sayan Samoyed, Yurak Samoyed, Sampit, Samre, Samsam, San (Angola), San Ignacio** [Chapacura: Ocorono; dial. Borija (typo for Borja); actually Chiquitano? mission names are too ambiguous w/o data], Sanana (Indonesia), Sanana (Papua New Guinea), Sanaroa, Sandawe, Sanga (Democratic Republic of Congo), Sanga (Nigeria), Sangir, Sangke, Sanglechi, Sango (Central African Republic), Sango (Tanzania), Sangu, Sanha, Sanima, Sanio, Classical Sanskrit, Vedic Sanskrit, Northern Santa Cruz, Southeastern Santa Cruz, Southwestern Santa Cruz, Santali, Santiam, Santrokofi, Sanye, Sao Tome, Sapara, Saparuna, Sapibocona, Sapolewa, Saposa, Sapuan, Sapuya, Sara Hii [Bruel[15]], Sara proper, Saramaccan, Saraveca, Sari, Sariba, Sarmatian, Sarsi, Saruga, Sarwa, Sasak, Sasar, Saseng, Sau, Sauch, Sauk, Sauraseni, Sausu, Savan, Savo, Saw, Sawai, Sawi (Papua New Guinea), Sawknah, Sawos, Sayula, Continental Scandinavian, Insular Scandinavian, Scythian, Seba, Sebondoy, Sebuano, Sec, Sedang, Seediq, Seget, Seho, Seim, Seiyawa, Sekani-Beaver, Sekar, Sekiyani, Seko, Seleo, Selepet, Selonian, Semang Proper, Lowland Semang, Seme, Sempan, Sena, Senagi, Senari, Sene, Seneca, Sened, Senegal, Senegele, Sengan, Sengmai, Sentani, Senthang, Sepa (Indonesia), Sepen, Seramina, Seran, Serbocroatian, Sere, Serer, Seri, Seroa, Serrano, Serua, Seruawan, Sesa, Sese, Seshelt, Seta (Brazil), Seta (Papua New Guinea), Setaman, Seti (Indonesia), Seti (Papua New Guinea), Setiali, Sewacu, Sewe, Sgaw, Sha (Myanmar), Shal, Shambaa, Shandu, Shanjo, Yunnan Shant'ou, Shastan, Shatt, Shawnee, She (Ethiopia), Shebayo, Sheko, Sheni, Shikiana, Shilha, Shilluk, Shinasha, Shingi, Shirawa, Shirishana, Shom Pen, Shona, Shongu, Shor, Shoshoni, Shua, Shughni, Shuswap, Shwai, Sialum, Siamese, Siane, Siar, Siaute, Sibil, Sibop, Sicel, Sichule, Sidamo, Sidjuai, Sigila, Sihia, Sikka, Sikube, Silen, Siliama, Siliput, Simaa, Simacu, Simbari, Simeku, Simi, Simog, Sina, Sinabo, Sinaki, Sinaugoro, Sindagua, Sindamon, Sindhi, Sinesip, Singa, Sinhalese, Sini, Sinohoan, Sinsiga, Sipaya, Sipo, Sira, Sirawa, Siraya, Sirenik, Sirhe, Sirimeri, Sirio (Solomon Islands) [Choiseul; typo? cannot confirm], Siriono, Sisala, Sisano, Siuci, Siuslaw, Siwa, Siwai, Siyin, Sko, Skofro, Old Church Slavic, Slovak, Slovene, So (Cameroon), So (Democratic Republic of Congo), So (Laos), Sobei, Sobojo, Soddo, Soga, Sogdian, Sok, Sokoro, Sokte, Soli, Solon, Solor, Soloto, Solowat, Som, Somali, Somba, Yenisei Somoyed, Somrai, Songe, Songhai, Songo, Songola, Songomeno, Soninke, Sonjo, Sonse, Soonde, Soow Huhelia, Sora, Sori, Soruba-Kuyobe, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Soui, South River, Sowanda, Spanish, Bamboo Spanish, Squamish, Sranan, Stieng, Su, Suain, Suam, Suambe, Suaru, Suau, Subanun, Subi (Solomon Islands), Subi (Tanzania), Subia, Subtiaba, Suena, Suerre, Sugu, Sui, Suki, Suku (Democratic Republic of Congo), Suku (Papua New Guinea), Sukuma, Sukur, Sulamata [Sulamatta], Sulka, Sumariup, Sumasti, Sumau, Sumba, Sumbawa, Sumbwa, Sumerian, Sumo, Sumoun, Sundanese, Sunggum, Sungor, Sungumana, Sunwari, Suppire, Suq, Sura, Surubu, Susquehannock, Susu, Susulu, Suwawa, Suya, Svan, Swahili, Swaka, Swit, Sya, Syan, Syiagha,

T[edit]

Taabwa, Tabar, Tabaru, Tabasaran, Tabriak, Tabu, Tadyawan, Tagabili, Tagakaolo, Tagali, Tagalog, Tagbana, Tagbanua, Tagbu, Tagoi, Tagota, Tagula, Tahari, Tahitian, Tahltan, Tai Blanc, Tai Noir, Red Tai, Tain, Taino, Taiof, Taior, Tairora, Taita, Takamanda, Takelma, Takemba, Takua, Takunape, Takwa, Tal, Tala (Indonesia), Talandji, Talaud, Talensi, Tali, Talisi, Talo, Talodi, Taluti, Talysh, Tama (Chad), Taman, Tamari, Tamatamba [typo for Tambatamba], Tamaulipeco, Tamazight, Tambo, Tamezret, Tami, Upper Tami, Tamil, Tamprusi, Tampulma, Tamungkolowi, Tanahmerah (Indonesia-1), Tanahmerah (Indonesia-2), Tanaina, Tanana, Upper Tanana, Tanga, Tanganekald, Tanggum, Tangkul, Tangole, Tangsa, Tangsarr, Tanguat, Tani, Tanna, Taoih, Taokas, Taoujjout, Tapachultec, Tapapi, Taparito, Tapii, Tapirape, Tapixulapan [Ayapanec], Tara, Tarahumar, Tarakan, Taram, Tarao, Tarasca, Tari, Tariana, Taribeleng, Tarof, Tarpia, Taruma, Tarunggare, Tashon, Tasiko, Northern Tasmanian, Southern Tasmanian, Tasmate, Tasobi, Tat, Tatar, Tate, Tatog, Tauade, Tauare, Taulil, Taungtha, Taungthu, Taungurong, Taura (Nigeria), Taura (Solomon Islands), Tavara, Tavgy, Taw Sug, Tawaelia, Tawaili, Tawi, Tawr, Tay, Tay Nua, Tay Poong, Tayaku, Tayhat, Tebu, Teco, Tecua* [Arawak], Tecual, Teda, Eastern Tedi, Upper Tedi, Tehit, Central Teke, East Teke, North Teke, North East Teke, South Teke, West Teke, Tekel, Telefol, Telegu, Tem, Tembo (Democratic Republic of Congo): Bandundu, Tembo (Democratic Republic of Congo): Equateur, Teme, Temein, Temen, T'en, Tenetehara, Tenma, Tensa, Teop, Tep, Tepehua, Tepehuan, Tepes, Mountain Tequistlateco, Tera, Terebu, Tereno, Terera [typo for Tarera], Teressa, Teri-Kawalsch, Ternate, Ternateno, Terraba, Teso, Tetela, Tetepari, Tettum, Te'un, Teuso, Tevi, Tewa (United States), Texixtepec, Tfalati, Thado, Northern Thai, Southern Thai, Thaksya, Thami, Thao, Tharaka, Thargari, Thaua, Thebor, Tho, Thompson, Thongho, Thotsu, Thracian, Thuanga, Thukumi, Thulung, Thurawal, Thuri, Central Tibetan, West Tibetan, Tidikelt, Tidore, Tiefo, Tien-chow, T'ien-pa, Tien-pao, Tifal, Tigre, Tigrinya, Tihoru, Tiini, Tikar, Tikopia, Tikuu, Tilamuta, Tillamook, Tima, Timba*, Timbe, Timbira, Timirem, Timorese, Timote, Timputs, Timucua, T'in, Tindi, Tingal, Tinggian, Tinigua, Tinombo, Tipri, Tira, Tirahi, Tirio, Tirma, Tiro (Indonesia), Tiruray, Tita, Tiv, Tivericoto, Tiwa, Tiwi, Tjapwurong, Tjingilu, Tjirerau [Bomberai AN],[3] Tjiwarlin, Tlamelula, Tlapanec, Tlingit, Tmagourt, Toala, Toaripi, Toba (Argentina), Toba (Indonesia), Tobaku, Tobati, Tobelo, Tobo, Tobote, Tocharian A, Tocharian B, Toda, Todrah, Tofa, Togla, Togoyo, Tojolabal, Tokunu, Tolay [typo for Tolav], Toman, Tombenam, Tombulu, Tomini, Tomoip, Tondano, Tong, Tonga (Malawi), Tonga (Mozambique), Tonga (Zambia), Tongan, Tong-luang, Tongo, Tongoa, Tongwe, Tonkawa, Tonsawang, Tonsea', Tontemboan, Tontoli, Toposo, Toqabaita, Tora, Toradja, Torau, Tori, Tori Aikwawakai, Toro (Democratic Republic of Congo), Toro (Indonesia) [see Indo-Pacific], Torres, Torwali, Totela, Toto, Totonac, Totorame, Totore, Totoro, Touat, Towa, Trangan, Tregami, Trieng, Trio, Trique, Triton Bay, Trukese, Trumai, Tsaangi, Tsaiwa, Tsakonian, Tsakrima, Tsamai, Tsamphung, Tsaxur, Ts'e-heng, Tsetsaut, Tshairel, Tshirambo, Tshuma, Tsikhuli, Tsimsian, Tsinyaji, Tsogo, Tsoko, Tsonga, Tsou, Ts'un-lao, Tswa, Tswana, Tuam, Tuamotuan, Tuareg, Tubatulabal, Tubeta, Tubetube, Tuburi, Tucano, Tucuna, Tucundiapa, Tucurrike, Tudza, Tugu, Tukangbesi, Tukpa, Tukudede, Tukum, Tula, Tulishi, Tulu (India), Tulu (Papua New Guinea), Tumak, Tumapasa, Tumaru, Tumbez, Tumbuka, Tumleo, Tumma, Tumtum, Tunebo, Tunica, Tunjuamu, Tunya (Central African Republic), Tunya (Chad), Tupari, Tupi, Tupuri, Turamona, Turkana, Old Turkic, Turkish, Crimean Turkish, Turkmen, Turuka, Turum, Tuscarora, Tushan, Tutchone, Tutelo, Tutunohan, Tuva, Tuwari, Tuyuneri, Twana, Tyeliri, Tyrrhenian, Tyurama, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Tzutuhil,

U[edit]

Uabari, Uaica, Uaimiri, Uainamari* [Wainamari;** Arawak?], Uainuma, Uanham, Uapichana, Uaraicu, Uasi, Uaura, Ubang, Uberi, Ubian Banadan, Ubir, Ubulgara, Ubyx, Uchicrin, Uchupiamona, Udi, Udihe, Udjir, Uduk, Ufien[16], Ufim, Ugaritic, Ugele, Ugi, Uhami, Uhei Kachlakin, Uhunduni, Uighur, Yellow Uighur (Russia), Uiridiapa, Uirina, Uitai, Ukfwo, Ukpe, Ukrainian, Ukue, Ulaolinya, Ulingan, Ulithian, Ulrata, Ulu, Uluwa, Umairof, Umalasa, Umana-Kaina, Umboi, Umbrian, Umida, Umon, Umotina, Upper Umpqua, Uneme, Ungarinyin, Unggarangi, Unggumi, Uningangk, Unkia, Uom, Ura (Nigeria), Ura (Vanuatu), Urartaean, Urat, East Ureparapara, Urhobo, Uri, Uria, Urigina, Urimo, Uripiv, Uru, Uruangnirin, Uruava, Urucuena, Uruku, Urumi, Urunumacan, Urupa, Ururudiapa, Usino, Uspantec, Utu, West Uvea, Uvol, Uyanga, Uzbek,

V[edit]

Vagala, Vagena, Vagua, Vai, Vaikenu, Vailala, Vale, Valman, Valpay, Valscian, Vamtu [Kanpetlet], Vanikoro, Vanimo, Vao, Varisi, Vasengasenga, Vatrat, Vaturanga, Vayu, Veda, Veh, Velaviuru, Vele Uasi, Venda, Venetic, Vepsian, Vere, Vestinian, Veverau, Vidunda, Vietnamese, Vige, Vilela, Vili (Gabon), Vili (Republic of Congo), Vinza, Viru, Virulata, Vitu, Vogul, Volow, Votic, Voto, Votyak, Vuite, Vuras,

W[edit]

Wa (Myanmar), Wab, Wabuda, Wadaginam, Wadiwangga, Wadja, Wadjeri, Wadjiginy, Waelulu [w Ceram],[4] Waesama, Waffa, Wagarabai, Wagarindem, Wagawaga, Wageman, Wagilag, Wagimuda, Wahai, Wahgi, Waica, Waicuru, Waigeo, Waiiemi [Wailemi], Wailaki, Wailpi, Waimaha, Waimdra [Manus; dial.? Badlok, Mundubureu/w, Pundru; ≈ Kele-Titan], Waioli, Waisera, Waiwai, Waja, Wajokeso, Waka, Wakaman, Wakaya, Wakhi, Wala, Walamo, Walangama, Walbiri, Waliem, Waling, Walio, Walmanba, Wam, Wamai, Wamar, Wamas, Wambaya, Wambon, Wamoang, Wampur, Wanam, Wanamara, Wanambere, Wanang, Wanarua, Wanawana, Wanayaga, Wanda, Wandamen, Wandaran, Wandatokwe, Wandji, Wanggom, Wangkadjera, Wan'guri, Wanji (Australia), Wanji (Tanzania), Wanman, Wano, Wantoat, Wanuma, Wanya, Wapi, Wappo, Warao, Warat, Waray (Philippines), Wardaman, Ware, Warembori, Wari (Papua New Guinea), Warienga, Warilau, Waris, Warjawa, Warluwara, Waropen, Warrai, Warumungu, Waruna, Warup, Warwa, Washo, Wasi-weri, Waskia, Watakataui, Watam, Watulai, Waunana, Wayoro, Wayumara, We, Weda, Wedauan, Weining, Welemur, Welsh, Wembi, Wenke, Were, Wescos, Wetan, Wewaw, Wiaki, Wichita, Widekum, Wik Muminh, Wikepa, Wikmean, Wikmunkan, Wikngatara, Williams River, Win, Winebago, Winiv, Wintu, Wipsi-ni, Wiradjuri, Wirangu, Wiriwiri, Wiru, Witoto, Wiyot, Woccon, Woga, Wogamusin, Wogeo, Woko, Wolani, Wolio, Wolof, Wolyamidi, Wom (Cameroon), Won, Wongaibon, Wongo, Worimi, Worin, Workai, Worora, Wotapuri-Katarqalai, Wotu, Wowonga, Wu, Wudjawuru, Wuli, Wulua, Wum, Wumbvu, Wu-ming, Wuna, Wunambal, Wuong, Wutong, Wuumu, Wuvulu, Wyandot,

X[edit]

Xagua, Xibito, Xinalug, Xinca, Xiparicot* [Ciparigoto; Carib, Mason 1950], Xvarshi,

Y[edit]

Ya, Yabarana, Yabaypura, Yaben, Yabim, Yabio, Yabiyufa, Yache, Yachumi, Yaganon, Yagawak, Yaghnobi, Yagua, Yagwoia, Yahadian, Yahang, Yahgan, Yahi, Yahuna, Yaka (Democratic Republic of Congo), Yakamul, Yakan, Yakha, Yakiba, Yakoma, Yakurr, Yakut, Yala, Yamai, Yamaluba** [branch of Tacanan per Mason 1950], Yamamadi, Yamarikuma [Yamarikuna, Jamarikuma; s Carib], Yamas, Yambasa, Yambes, Yameci*, Yameo, Yami, Yana Proper, Yanam, Yano, Yanoman, Yanomani, Yanzi, Yao (Malawi), Yapese, Yapunda, Yaqay, Yaqui, Yareba, Yarigui, Yaruma, Yaruro, Yasa, Yashi, Yasing, Yatsam, Yau (Sandaun), Yauagepa, Yaugang, Yava, Yavietero, Yay, Yega, Yega of Gona, Yegir, Yeji, Yekora, Yela, Yele, Yelmek, Yelogu, Yendang, Yerakai, Yergham, Yeripa, Yeskwa, Yewa [typo for Yewu[17]], Yey, Yeye, Yil, Yimas, Yiporok, Yirgay, Yis, Yoda, Yogad, Yoidik, Foothill North Yokuts, Foothill South Yokuts, Valley Yokuts, Yokwa, Yolo*, Yolox, Yonggom, Yonkalla, Yopi, Yoria, Yoruba, Yos, Yualyai, Yuan, Yubamona, Yuberi, Yuchi, Yucuna, Yugumbal, Yukaghir, Yuki, Yulu-Binga, Delta River Yuman, River Yuman, Upland Yuman, Yumbri, Yunca, Yung-chu'un, Yunger, Yunggor, Central Alaskan Yupik, Pacific Gulf Yupik, Saint Lawrence Island Yupik, Yuri (Brazil), Yuri (Papua New Guinea), Yurok, Yuruna,

Z[edit]

Zabana, Zaghawa, Zahao, Zamboangueno, Northern Zamucoan, Southern Zamucoan, Zan, Zanaki, Zande, Zanniat, Zaoua, Zapara, Zaparo, Zapotec, Zaramo, Zayse, Zaza, Zelmamu, Zemgalian, Zenaga, Zeuhnang, Zia, Ziba, Zigula, Zimakani, Zimba, Zimbabwe [KS, but link to country], Zithung, Zokhaoh, Zoque, Zotung, Zumoni, Zumper, Zumu, Zuni, Zurina, Zyoba, Zyrian

Names with multiple disambiguators[edit]

Agi (Central Papua New Guinea), Agi (Sandaun), Bali (Bandundu), Bali (Orientale), Bati (Littoral), Bati (West Cameroon), Iha (Maluku Islands), Iha (Papua), Mbundu (Benguela), Mbundu (Luanda), Moli (Choiseul), Moli (Guadalcanal), Samo (Sandaun), Samo (Western Papua New Guinea), Tembo (Bandundu), Tembo (Equateur)

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