In Wikipedia: Portuguese.

Portuguese is an official language in: Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Macao, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé and Príncipe.

Portuguese is spoken by minorities in: Bermuda (4%), Barbados(1%), Canada (1-2%), France (2%), Germany (2%), India (10% of the population of Daman, and 4% of the population of Goa), Luxembourg (14%), Andorra (between 4-13%), Namibia (20% of the population), Netherlands Antilles (1%), Paraguay (7%), South Africa (20% of the population), Spain (4%), Switzerland (2%), United States (0.24%), Uruguay (1%), Venezuela (1-2%) and Zimbabwe (20% of the population).

Read the Portuguese translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Translation to and from Portuguese is supported by Google Translate.

The (ontological) order of Portugese is the Social Order.