In Wikipedia: language.

Many important languages of the world are listed in the table below.

A Abkhazian Achinese Acoli Adangme Adyghe Afar Afrihili Afrikaans Akan Akkadian Albanian Alemani Angika Arabic Aragonese Aramaic Araucanian Arawak Armenian Aromanian Assamese Asturian Australian languages Avaric Awadhi Aymara Azerbaijani
B Balinese Baluchi Bambara Bamileke languages Banda Basa Bashkir Basque Batak (Indonesian) Beja Belarusian Bemba Bengali Bhojpuri Bihari Bikol Bini Bislama Blin Bosnian Braj Breton Buginese Bulgarian Buriat Burmese
C Carib Catalan; Valencian Cebuano Chagatai Chamic languages Chamorro Chechen Cherokee Cheyenne Chibcha Chichewa Chinese Chipewyan Choctaw Chuukese Chuvash Classical Newari; Classical Nepal Basha Corsican Cree Creek Creoles and pidgins (English based) Creoles and pidgins (French based); Creoles and pidgins (Portuguese based); Crimean Tatar; Crimean Turkish Croatian Czech
D Dakota Danish Dargwa Dari (Afghan Persian) Delaware Dinka Divehi; Maldivian Dogri Dogrib Dongxiang Duala Dungan Dutch; Flemish Dyula Dzongka
E Efik Ekajuk Elamite English Erzya Esperanto Estonian Ewe Ewondo
F Fang Fanti Faroese Farsi Finnish Fon French Friulian Fulah
G Ga; Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic; Galician Ganda Gayo Gbaya Geez Georgian German Gilbertese Gondi Gorontalo Gothic Grebo Greek Guarani Gujarati
H Haida; Haitian; Haitian Creole; Hausa Hawaiian; Hawaiian Pidgin English; Hebrew Herero Hiligayon Himachali Hindi Hiri Motu Hittite Hmong Hungarian Hupa
I Iban Icelandic Ido Igbo Ijo Iloko Indonesian Ingush Interlingue Inuktitut Inupiaq Irish Italian
J Japanese Javanese
K Kabardian Kabyle Kachin Kalaallisut (Greenlandic) Kalmyk; Oirat Kamba Kannada Kanuri Karachay-Balkar Kara-Kalpak Karelian Karen Kashmiri Kashubian Kazakh Khasi Khmer Kikuyu(Gikuyu) Kimbundu Kinyarwanda Komi Kongo Konkani Korean Kpelle Kru Kuanyama Kumyk Kurdish Kurukh Kyrgyz
L Ladino Lahnda Lamba Lao Latin Latvian Lezghian Limburgan]]] Lingala Lithuanian Lojban; Lower Sorbain; Low German; Lozi Luba-Katanga Luba-lulua Lunda; Luo (Kenya and Tanzania); Lushai; Letzeburgesch
M Macedonian Madurese Magahi Maithili Makasar Malagasy Malay Malayalam Maltese Mandar Mandingo Manipuri Manx Maori Marathi Mari Marshallese Marwari Masai; Mayan languages; Mende Minangkabau Mirandese Mohawk Mosha Moldavian Mongo Mongolian Mossi; Munda languages
N Nahuatl Nauru Navajo Ndebele North Ndebele South Ndonga Neapolitan Nepali Nias N’ko Nogai; Northern Sami; Northern Sotho; Pedi; Sepedi Norwegian Nobiin Nyamwezi Nyankole Nyoro Nzima
O Ojibwa Oriya Oromo Ossetian
P Palauan Pali Pampanga Pangasinan Panjabi Papiamento Pohnpeian Polish Portuguese Pushto
Q Quechua
R Raeto-Romance Rajasthani Rarotongan Romanian Romany Rundi Russian
S Samoan Sandawe Sango Sanskrit Santali Sardinian Sasak Scots Serbian Serer Shan Shona ; Sichuan Yi; Sicilian Sidamo Sindhi Sinhala; Sinhalese Sioux Slovak Slovenian Sogdian Somali Soninke ; Sotho southern Southern Altai Spanish ; Sranan Togo Sukuma Sundanese Susus Swabian Swahili Swati Swedish
T Tagalog Tahitian Tajik Tamashek Tamil Tatar Telugu Tetum Thai Tibetan Tigre Tigrinya Timne Tiv Tonga (Nyasa); Tonga (Tonga Islands) Tsonga Tswana Tumbuka Turkish Turkmen Tuvalu Tuvinian Twi
U Udmurt Uighur Ukrainian Umbundu Upper Sorbian Urdu Uzbek
V Vai Venda Vietnamese Volapuk
W Walamo Walloon Waray Welsh Wolof
X Xhosa
Y Yakut Yao Yiddish Yoruba
Z Zande Zapotec Zaza; Dimili Zhuang; Chuang Zulu

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The level of Wikipedia development for a large number of languages in the world is reported at: http://actants.ens-dictionary.info/actant:int-wikipedia


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