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Afrikaans Translation - one of the languages of the West Germanic group. The language of the Boers, descendants of Dutch and German settlers in South Africa. Until the early 20th century it was considered a dialect of Dutch. Now Afrikaans is one of the 11 official languages of the Republic of South Africa, also spoken in Namibia. In addition, small communities of Afrikaans speakers live in other Southern African countries: Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zimbabwe, Zambia.
Albanian Translation - the language of Albanians, used in Albania, Cosovo, Southern Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Greece
Amharic Translation - the language of the Amhara people and the official language of Ethiopia. The number of Amharic speakers in Ethiopia is about 25 million. It is also spoken by some nationalities of neighbouring countries (in Eritrea, Somalia and eastern Sudan).
Arabic Translation - the language of the Arabs. It is divided into five different dialects, which from a linguistic point of view are basically different languages. It's the official language of 25 countries.
Armenian Translation - national language of the Republic of Armenia. In addition to Armenia a considerable number of Armenians live in Russia and the United States, Georgia, Iran, Syria and Lebanon.
Assamese Translation - a language of the Indo-Aryan group of the Indo-European family. It is the mother tongue of about 15 million people living mainly in the northeastern Indian state of Assam and neighbouring states. Written language based on an adapted Bengali alphabet.
Aymara Translation - one of the two dominant language families in the Andes, along with Quechua. Aymara is spoken by 2.2 million people in Bolivia, 350,000 in Peru, and some in Chile and Argentina.
Azerbaijani Translation - official language of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Besides Azerbaijan, a significant number of native speakers of the Azerbaijani language live in Iran and Russia.
Bambara Translation - a language of the Bambara or Bamana people, spoken mainly in the centre of the western part of the Republic of Mali. It has the status of a national language and is the main language of inter-ethnic communication in Mali. The number of speakers of Bambara as a mother tongue is estimated at 4 million and as a second language at about 10 million.
Basque Translation - language Basque people living in the North-West of Spain and South-West of France. There are about 1 million Basque speakers
Belarusian Translation - the national language of Belorussians, the main population group of Belarus. At the present moment it is scarcely used in Belarus itself due to the significant usage of Russian.
Bengali Translation - the national language of Bengalis. The official language of India and Bangladesh. The total number of speakers is about 250 million.
Bhojpuri Translation - an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand, and parts of Uttar Pradesh. It is also spoken by minorities in Guyana, Suriname, and the islands of Trinidad and Tobago and Mauritius.
Bosnian Translation - the language of the South Slavic group, which is considered an ethnolect of Serbo-Croatian.
Bulgarian Translation - the official language of Bulgaria. Also used in Greece, Romania, Serbia, Macedonia and Turkey.
Catalan Translation - the official language of the Spanish provinces of Catalonia, Valencia, and the Balearic Islands.
Cebuano Translation - distributed in the Philippines on the island of Cebu.
Chichewa Translation - one of the two official languages of Malawi, also commonly used in Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Since 1968, the language has been referred to as Chewa in Malawi, while in other countries it is called Chichewa. The Chichewa language is part of the Bantu language family, which is spread across much of sub-Saharan Africa.
Chinese Simplified Translation - a Simplified form of writing Chinese characters that has been used since 1956 in the People's Republic of China, as well as currently in Singapore and among Chinese living in Malaysia and some other countries.
Chinese Traditional Translation - a Traditional form of writing Chinese characters that is used among the Chinese in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau and some other countries.
Corsican Translation - a dialect of the Italian language. It is spoken on the island of Corsica (France) and northern Sardinia. The total number of speakers is about 100,000
Croatian Translation - the official language of Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina. It is spoken by about six million people.
Czech Translation - the official language of the Czech Republic. It is very close to Slovak. It is spoken by about 6.2 million people.
Danish Translation - the official language of Denmark, one of the Scandinavian languages. It is also spoken a little in northern Germany.
Dhivehi Translation - Dhivehi language or Maldivian language. The official language of the Maldives, also spoken in the Indian Union Territory of Lakshadweep on the island of Minicoy. The language is spoken by about 371,000 people, of whom 356,000 in the Maldives and about 15,000 in India
Dogri Translation - a language of the Dogra people in North India, belongs to the Indo-Aryan languages of the Indo-Iranian subgroup of the Indo-European language family. In the past, Dogri was considered a dialect of Punjabi, but today it is recognised as an independent language. Dogri is spoken by 2.1 million people. It is recognised as an official language in Jammu and Kashmir.
Dutch Translation - the official language of the Netherlands, and is also widely spoken in Belgium, Surinam, and the Netherlands Antilles.
Esperanto Translation - an artificial language created in the XIX century. The total number of owners of Esperanto is about 2 million people.
Estonian Translation - the state language of the Republic of Estonia. The number of speakers is approximately 1.1 million people.
Ewe Translation - language of the Niger-Congolese macrofamily, spoken in Ghana, Togo and Benin. The number of speakers is about 5 million people.
Filipino Translation - the state language of the Philippines. It is spoken by approximately 87 million people.
Finnish Translation - the state language of the Finnish people. It is primarily spoken in Finland, and also in some parts of Sweden, Norway, and Russia.
French Translation - he official language of the French people, and the French-speaking populations of Belgium, Switzerland, and Canada (Province of Quebec). It is spoken by approximately 270 million people.
Frisian Translation - a language or language group of the Frisian languages, which belongs to the West Germanic language group. It is spoken in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands, including the West Frisian islands of Terschelling and Schirmonnikog, and in north-west Germany, in Sutherland. The total number of speakers is about 350,000-750000.
Galician Translation - the official language of the Spanish province of Galicia. It is grammatically very similar to Portuguese.
Georgian Translation - the official language of Georgia. The Georgian language is spoken by approximately 4 million people. It is widespread in Georgia and among the Georgian Diaspora in Russia, Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, the USA, Iran and Turkey.
German Translation - the official language of Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, and one of the official languages of Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Belgium. It is spoken by about 110 million people around the world.
Greek Translation - the official language of Greece and the Republic of Cyprus. It is somewhat used in Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Albania.
Guarani Translation - Amerindian language spoken in several South American countries, mainly in Paraguay. It is one of the two official languages of Paraguay and one of the 37 official languages of Bolivia. It also has official language status in the provinces of Misiones and Corrientes in Argentina. The total number of speakers is 4,800,000.
Gujarati Translation - the language of Gujarati who live in Western India. One of the 23 official languages of India. In the language spoken by approximately 46 million people.
Haitian Creole Translation - A language spoken by the population of Haiti. It is also spoken in several other regions of the Americas where Haitians live. The number of speakers was about 12 million in Haiti and about 2 million in other countries. Formed on the basis of the French language.
Hausa Translation - the people of Nigeria make up a large part of the population in the North of the country. Distributed also in Cameroon, Niger, Chad.
Hawaiian Translation - one of the languages of the Austronesian language family; formerly the primary language of the Hawaiian Islands. The largest and most populous community of native Hawaiians lives on the island of Ni'ihau. Approximately 27,000 people use Hawaiian as their first language.
Hebrew Translation - the state language of Israel. For 18 centuries it was considered a dead language, brought back to life in the 20th century and adapted as a conversational language for the state of Israel.
Hindi Translation - the most widely used language in India, spoken in most of the northern and central regions of the country. It is spoken by around 480 million people.
Hmong Translation - the language of the Miao nation which has no state. Hmong native speakers live mainly in South China, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand. A small community of 170 thousand Miao people live in the United States.
Hungarian Translation - the official language of Hungary. Besides Hungary it is used in the Carpathian Region of Ukraine, and also in Serbia, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia and Slovenia.
Icelandic Translation - the state language of Iceland. The majority of its speakers live in Iceland.
Igbo Translation - language of the Igbo people, who live in south-eastern Nigeria. The number of speakers is over 18 million. It belongs to the Benue-Congolese languages and is a set of dialects, some of which are rather separate languages.
Ilocano Translation - one of the Philippine languages, the language of the Iloco people. It is the main language of inter-ethnic communication for the peoples living in the northern part of Luzon and the third most spoken language in the Philippines. In total in the Philippines it is spoken as a native language by approx. 7.7 million people speak it as a mother tongue and 2.3 million as a second language.
Indonesian Translation - one of the Austronesian languages. It is the official language and language of interethnic communication in Indonesia. It also has the status of a working language in East Timor. According to various estimates, between 30 and 50 million people use it for everyday communication. The total number of speakers of the language to some extent is about 200 million.
Irish Translation - the national language of Ireland. At the current moment it is not widely spoken due to the overwhelming use of English.
Italian Translation - the official language of Italy, the Vatican, San Marino, and Switzerland. It is spoken by no less than 70 million people.
Japanese Translation - the national language of the Japanese. It is the native language of 125 million people, with 140 million fluent speakers
Javanese Translation - spoken in Yogyakarta, Central and East Java, as well as on the north coast of West Java in Indonesia. The total number of speakers is 78 million people.
Kannada Translation - the language of the people in southwestern India. It is spoken about 38 million.
Kazakh Translation - the official language of the Republic of Kazakhstan. For about 11 million people, Kazakh is the native language. A total of 16 million people speak Kazakh. It is widespread in Kazakhstan, also Mongolia, China and Russia.
Khmer Translation - spoken by about 20 million people mostly in Cambodia, as well as in Thailand, Laos and Vietnam.
Kinyarwanda Translation - is a language of the Rwanda people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congolese language family. It is spoken mainly in Rwanda, where it is an official language, as well as in southern Uganda and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The total number of speakers is over 7 million.
Konkani Translation - an Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Indo-European language family and spoken on the west coast of India Konkan region. It has approximately 7.6 million speakers. Konkani is the official language of the state of Goa.
Korean Translation - the official language of South Korea and North Korea. It is also spoken to some degree in China, Japan, the United States, Russia, and the countries of Central Asia.
Krio Translation - English-based Creole language, the national language of Sierra Leone. It is widely used as a lingua franca. It is spoken to some extent by 97 per cent of the population. It is the mother tongue of about 300,000 Creoles.
Kurdish Kurmanji Translation - or Northern Kurdish is the most common Kurdish dialect. Kurmanji is spoken in all parts of Kurdistan (Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Iran). The total number of speakers is approximately 15 million.
Kurdish Sorani Translation - or Central Kurdish is the second largest Kurdish dialect by number of speakers. It is spoken in Iraq in the south-eastern part of Southern Kurdistan, as well as in the western part of Iran. The total number of speakers is 8 million.
Kyrgyz Translation - the language of the Kyrgyz people and the official language of Kyrgyzstan, belonging to the Kyrgyz-Kypchak group of Turkic languages. In Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz was the mother tongue of 3.8 million people. Also native speakers of Kyrgyz are ethnic Kyrgyz living in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, China, Russia, Afghanistan and some other countries.
Lao Translation - the official language of Laos, and it is also spoken in northeast Thailand
Latin Translation - the official language of the Vatican and the order of Malta.
Latvian Translation - the state language of the Republic of Latvia. The number of speakers is approximately two million people.
Lingala Translation - a language of the Bantu language group, spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo. It is spoken by more than 10 million people in total.
Lithuanian Translation - the state language of the Republic of Lithuania. Besides Lithuania, it is also used a little in Poland, Belarus, and the Kaliningrad Region of Russia.
Luganda Translation - or Ganda is a language of the Bantu family, spoken mainly in Uganda in a region called Buganda. In addition to the Ganda people, it is spoken by about 100,000 other ethnic groups.
Luxembourgish Translation - one of the languages of everyday communication of the population of Luxembourg. The total number of speakers is about 400,000.
Macedonian Translation - the state language of the Republic of Macedonia. In its structure it is fairly close to Bulgarian, enough that linguists regard it as a dialect of Bulgarian.
Maithili Translation - Indo-Aryan language, a member of the Indo-European language family. It is spoken in the Indian state of Bihar and Nepal. The total number of speakers ranges from 13.5 to 34 million.
Malagasy Translation - an Austronesian language and the national language of Madagascar.
Malay Translation - the state language of Malaysia, Burma, and Singapore. It is spoken by about 20 million people.
Malayalam Translation - dravidian language spoken in southwestern India. The number of speakers is about over 35 million people.
Maltese Translation - the language of the Maltese, the official language of the Republic of Malta. In its structure it is fairly close to Arabic, though now it is considered its own language.
Maori Translation - the language of the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand.
Marathi Translation - speaks about about 80 million people living mostly in India and Mauritius.
Meiteilon Manipuri Translation - the language of Manipuri people, the official language of the state of Manipur in north-eastern India. The language is also spoken in the neighbouring states of Assam, Tripura, Nagaland and West Bengal, as well as in Bangladesh and Burma. The total number of speakers is over 1,500,000.
Mizo Translation - a language spoken by the Mizo people of Mizoram state (India), Chin state (Myanmar), and eastern Bangladesh. The number of speakers is about 843,000.
Mongolian Translation - the state language of Mongolia and the regional language of inner Mongolia in China. The total number of native speakers of 5.7 million people.
Myanmar (Burmese) Translation - language of the Bamar people, and the official language of Myanmar (former Burma).
Nepali Translation - the official language of Nepal where it spoken about 48% of the population. Besides Nepal used as Bhutan, India (in the States of West Bengal, Bihar and Assam), as well as Bhutan. The total number of speakers is about 35 million people.
Norwegian Translation - the state language of Norway. It is spoken by approximately five million people.
Odia Oriya Translation - is an Indo-European language spoken by about 35 million people in the Indian state of Odisha. It is one of the 23 officially recognised languages of India and has its own script.
Oromo Translation - language of the Cushitic branch of the Afrasian language macrofamily. It is spoken in eastern North Africa, in the Somali Peninsula region, Ethiopia and northern Kenya. It is the mother tongue of approximately 25 million people of the Oromo people.
Pashto Translation - language of the Pashtun people, one of the East Iranian languages. It is an official language of Afghanistan and some regions of Pakistan. It is spoken throughout southern and south-eastern Afghanistan and north-western Pakistan. The total number of speakers is between 40 and 60 million.
Persian Translation - a language used in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. It is spoken by approximately 65 million people.
Polish Translation - the official language of the Republic of Poland. It is the native language of 40 million people, of which 38 million live in Poland.
Portuguese Translation - the official language of Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Biscay, Sao Tome and Principe and East Timor.
Punjabi Translation - a language of the Punjabis and Jats, belonging to the Indo-Aryan languages of the Indo-European language family. It is one of the official languages of India. Panjabi is spoken in eastern Pakistan, as well as in northwestern and other parts of India in the state of Punjab, and in the neighbouring states of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. There are approximately 28-29 million speakers in India.
Quechua Translation - language of the South American Indian people Quechua, belongs to the Quechuan language group. It is spoken in Ecuador, southern Colombia and northern Peru. The total number of speakers is 14 million.
Romanian Translation - the official language of Romania, it's the native and spoken language of 90% of the country.
Russian Translation - the language has official status in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. About 170 million people regard it as their native tongue.
Samoan Translation - a language of the Samoan people, spoken in Samoa and American Samoa, where, along with English, it is an official language. It belongs to the Polynesian group of the Malayo-Polynesian supra branch of the Austronesian language family. The total number of speakers is 415 thousand.
Sanskrit Translation - an ancient language of India with a complex synthetic grammar. Sanskrit should be considered not as a language of any nation, but as a language of a certain culture, spread among the social elite. Sanskrit in the East in the following centuries became the language of intercultural communication of scholars and religious figures.
Scots Gaelic Translation - one of the representatives of the Goydel branch of the Celtic languages, the speakers of which - the Celtic Gaelic people - traditionally lived in the Highlands of Scotland and the Hebrides. The number of speakers in Scotland is 87,000 people.
Sepedi Translation - a language of the Bantu group, belonging to the Sotho-Tswana subgroup, spoken mainly in the Republic of South Africa. One of the 11 official languages of South Africa. The total number of speakers is 4.2 million.
Serbian Translation - the language of the Serb people used in Serbia and Montenegro, some eastern regions of Croatia, and also in the Bosnian region of the Republic of Serbia. It is spoken by about 11 million people.
Sesotho Translation - a language of the Bantu family spoken in South Africa. One of the official languages of South Africa and Lesotho. Total number of speakers is 5 million.
Shona Translation - a Bantu language spoken in South Africa, mainly in Zimbabwe, but also in Mozambique, Zambia and Botswana. The total number of speakers is about 10 million.
Sindhi Translation - a language of the Indo-Aryan group of the Indo-European family. It is the mother tongue of about 20 million Sindhis living mainly in Pakistan. It is the official language of the Pakistani province of Sindh. A significant number of speakers also live in India, but Sindhi is not an official language of any state in India. Written language based on Devanagari (in India) and Arabic-Persian script. The total number of speakers is 20 million.
Sinhala Translation - the native language of the Sinhalese people. The largest ethnic group in Sri Lanka, numbering about 16 million people.
Slovak Translation - the state language of Slovakia. It is spoken by approximately six million people.
Slovenian Translation - the majority of speakers reside in Slovenia. It is spoken by approximately two million people.
Somali Translation - the language of the people living in Somalia, as well as Ethiopia, Djibouti and Kenya.
Spanish Translation - the native language of 360 million people and is the official language of 20 countries.
Sundanese Translation - the Arabic dialect is widespread in the North of Sudan.
Swahili Translation - the state language of Tanzania, the Republic of Kenya and Uganda. It is the native language of 2.5-5 million people, with another 50-70 million using it as a second language.
Swedish Translation - the national language of the Swedish. Besides in Sweden, it is also used in Finland and Norway.
Tajik Translation - the language of Tajiks and the state language of Tajikistan. Except Tajikistan it is widespread in Kyrgyzstan,Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Russia. The total number of speakers is about 6 million people.
Tamil Translation - one of the official languages of India and Sri Lanka. It is spoken by about 70 million people.
Tatar Translation - the national language of the Tatars, the official language of the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia. The total number of speakers is 5,200,000.
Telugu Translation - the lenguage is spoken in the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Telingana.
Thai Translation - the official language of Thailand. It is spoken by approximately 46 million people.
Tigrinya Translation - a Semitic language of the northern subgroup of the Ephiosemitic languages. It is the mother tongue of the Tigray people. It is the official language of Eritrea and the official language of the Ethiopian region of Tigray. The total number of speakers is estimated at 7 million.
Tsonga Translation - a language of the Benue-Congolese language family of the Bantoid branch of the Bantu group, spoken by the Tsonga people along the Indian Ocean coast: eastern South Africa, southern Mozambique, southeastern Zimbabwe, and Eswatini. The total number of speakers is 4 million.
Turkish Translation - the state language of Turkey and the unrecognized republic of Northern Cyprus. It is the native language for 65 million people.
Turkmen Translation - a Turkmen language belonging to the Oghuz group of Turkic languages. Territorially concentrated in Turkmenistan, as well as in Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Russia. The total number of speakers is 7 million.
Twi Translation - one of the dialects of the Akan language, sometimes regarded as a separate language. Widespread in Ghana among the Akapim, Ashanti, Achem, Denchira, Akamu and other Akan nationalities. It belongs to the Akan languages of the Kwa family. The number of speakers is about 1 million.
Ukrainian Translation - the state language of Ukraine and the national language of the Ukrainians. The number of speakers is approximately 40 million people.
Urdu Translation - the second official language of Pakistan and one of the 22 official languages of India. The total number of native speakers is about 40-60 million people. Native speakers also live in the United States, England, Canada and Fiji.
Uyghur Translation - widespread in China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan; small groups of Uyghurs also exist in Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, some European Union countries, the United States, Russia and Canada
Uzbek Translation - the state language of the Republic of Uzbekistan. In addition to Uzbekistan, it is also widespread in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Russia. The total number of speakers is about 24 million people.
Vietnamese Translation - the official language of the Republic of Vietnam. Also somewhat used in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and China.
Welsh Translation - the language of the Welsh, belongs to the British group of Celtic languages, used in Wales.
Xhosa Translation - one of the official languages of South Africa. It is spoken by about 7.9 million people
Yiddish Translation - the Jewish language of the German group. At the present time it is spoken by under 500,000 people.
Yoruba Translation - language of people in West Africa
Zulu Translation - distributed mainly in South Africa.