Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Languages/Primary language names in Ethnologue 17 by ISO code

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Targets of ISO language names that do not match the targets of their ISO codes. — kwami (talk) 12:18, 6 October 2013 (UTC)

targets of codes

Ari language (New Guinea), Adjora language, Alorese language, Aramaic language, Saari language, Waimajã language, Bau language (New Guinea), Bendi language (Sudanic), Bola language (Austronesian), Standard Tibetan, Kata-vari dialect, Palawan Batak language, Bete language (Nigeria), Buya language (Democratic Republic of Congo), Old Church Slavonic, Sorani Kurdish, Hanis language, Cua language (Austroasiatic), Dai language (Austronesian), Dondo language (Austronesian), Dazawa language, Elu language (Papua New Guinea), Comecrudan languages, Ersu languages, Fali of Mubi, East Frisian Low Saxon, Gana’ language, Madi language (Papuan), Guarani dialects, Hän language, Heiltsuk-Oowekyala language, Gejia language, Hmongic languages, Ika language (Nigeria), Inuvialuk language, Ju language (Chadic), Nyingwom language, Kung language (Cameroon), Khalaj language (Iranian), Kalash language, Konda language (Papuan), Maharashtrian Konkani, Koyo language (Congo), Kuman language (New Guinea), Karipuna language (Rondônia), Baa language, Central Kalapuya language, Kariri languages, Langalanga language, Ligurian (Romance language), Liberian Kreyol language, Lau language (Malaita), Lou language (Austronesian), Mangbai language, Mangarla language, Mongol language (New Guinea), Mokole language (Benin), Tamambo language, Mokilko language, Malasanga language, Hill Mari language, Mire language, Ninde language, Kuri language (Austronesian), Nagovisi language, Ngondi language, Mankon language, Naandi language, Kalto language, Lala language (Papua New Guinea), Nyole language (Uganda), Pyu language (Papuan), Padaung language, Kunja language (Papuan), Piro Pueblo language, Pitkern language, Pol language, Cuman language, Remo language (Peru), Romang language, Australian Kriol language, Sagara language, Sila language (Laos), Sama language (Angola), Samo language (New Guinea), Sara language (Indonesia), Savara language (Dravidian), Aborlan Tagbanwa language, Sumeri language, Senufo languages, Tuareg languages, Toba Qom language, Coast Tsimshian dialect, Kuan language (Laos), West Flemish, Waci language, Wirö language, Karaboro languages, Khorezmian language (Turkic), San Bartolo Yautepec Zapotec

targets of names

Abu language, Agotime language, Alor language, Ami language, Ari language, Batak languages, Bau language, Bete language, Bola language, Busa, Buya language, Campidanese dialect, Soranî dialect, Chippewa language, Church Slavonic language, Coosan languages, Cua language, Dai language, Maria language, Dari language, Daza language, Dondo language, Kar language, Elu language, Ersu language, Fali, Gana language, Ge language, Guerrero Amuzgo language, Han language, Heiltsuk dialect, Ika language, Inuinnaq dialect, Iranun language, Ju language, Kadu languages, Kalapuyan languages, Kalasha language, Tofa language, Karipuna language, Xocó language, Karko language, Kati language, Kayan language, Khalaj language, Khorezmian language, Koibal language, Konda language, Koyo language, Kriol, Kuman language, Fergana Kipchak language, !Kung language, Kunja language, Kuri language, Kwa languages, Labo, Lala language, Lau, Liberian English, Ligurian language, Limi (disambiguation), Lolo language, Lombi language, Lou language, Maku people, Madi language, Malo language, Mambai language, Mamulique language, Mangala language, Maore dialect, Mokole language, Mongol language, Mukulu language, Mulao language, Mulgi language, Munda languages, Nahali language, Nandi language, Nanti language, Ngemba languages, Ngundi language, Nyole language, Imperial Aramaic language, Pano language, Piro language, Norfuk dialect, Pomo language, Pyu language, Remo language, Sagala language, Samo language, Sara language, Sari language, Savara language, Sibe language, Sila language, Songa language, Tagbanwa, Tagwana language, Tanah Merah language, Tho language, Tibetan language, Toba language, Tsimshianic languages, Upper Tanana language, Flemish, Waimaha language, Wala language, Yautepec Zapotec, Zuojiang Zhuang languages