Language Tags

This page and its associated JSON file were created in response to the question Looking for a good ISO language tag list by number of native speakers on StackOverflow.

The following table shows the language tags and the corresponding languages, ordered by the number of native speakers. (The number of natives speakers can often only be estimated.) In addition to the English name, the table also shows what native speakers call the language, the script or scripts used to write the language, and the source of these data.

For the first 100 languages, the ordering in the table is based on the Wikipedia article List of languages by number of native speakers (July 2016). However, the data of the number of speakers are taken from the Wikipedia entries for the individual languages (see the sources in the last column).

Languages without an ISO language tags are not listed. (For example, some constructed languages have no language tags.)

The language tags are those defined in the ISO standards ISO 639-1: Codes for the representation of names of languages — Part 1: Alpha-2 code and ISO 639-3: Codes for the representation of names of languages – Part 3: Alpha-3 code for comprehensive coverage of languages. ISO 639-1 defines two-letter tags for a relatively small number of languages (just over 180 as of October 2015), while ISO 639-3 defines three-letter tags for much larger set of languages. The choice between a two-letter tag and a three-letter tag is determined by IETF BCP 47: always choose the shortest available tag. In other words, when a language has both a two-letter tag and a three-letter tag, the ISO 639-1 tag has precedence.

Some ISO 639-3 codes refer to “macrolanguages”, for example ‘zho’ (Chinese) and ‘ara’ (Arabic).

Some languages have more than one script. In such cases, the script used in the endonyms column is listed first.

A machine-readable version with just the language tags, the English names and the endonyms is available in JSON format. Make sure that you read it as encoded in UTF-8.

Below is a list of resources that are somewhat similar:

ISO 639-3 ISO 639-1 Language Endonym(s) Script(s) Native speakers Notes
zho zh Chinese 中文, 汉语, 普通话, 华语 Chinese characters: 汉字(hànzì) 1,200,000,000 (Chinese); 960,000,000 (Standard Chinese) Source: Wikipedia (English)
spa es Spanish Español, Castellano (español, castellano) Latin 470,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
eng en English English Latin 360,000,000 - 400,000,000 (with many more non-native speakers) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hin hi Hindi हिन्दी / मानक हिन्दी Devanagari 180,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ara ar Arabic العربية Arabic alphabet (type: abjad) 420,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
por pt Portuguese Português (português) Latin 215,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ben bn Bengali / Bangla বাংলা Bengali alphabet 210,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
rus ru Russian Русский (русский язык) Cyrillic (Russian alphabet) 150,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
jpn ja Japanese 日本語 kanji (漢字), katakana (カタカナ / 片仮名), hiragana (ひらがな / 平仮名), romaji (Latin script) 125,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pan pa Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (پنجابی) Gurmukhī alphabet / Shahmukhi alphabet 100,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
deu de German Deutsch (deutsche Sprache) Latin 90,000,000 - 95,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
jav (…) jv Javanese [Basa Jawa] Javanese script / Latin script / Arabic script (Pegon alphabet) 82,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
wuu - Wu Chinese 吴语 / 吳語 Chinese characters (hanzi, 汉字) 80,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
msa ms Malay Bahasa Melayu Latin (Malay alphabet) / Arabic script (Jawi alphabet) 77,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tel te Telugu తెలుగు Telugu alphabet (Brahmic) 75,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
vie vi Vietnamese Tiếng Việt Latin (Vietnamese alphabet) 75,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kor ko Korean 한국어 Hangul 80,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
fra fr French Français (français) Latin (French alphabet) 80,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mar mr Marathi मराठी Balbodh style of Devanagari / Modi alphabet (Brahmic scripts) 73,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tam ta Tamil தமிழ் Tamil alphabet (Brahmic) 70,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
urd ur Urdu اردو Extended Perso-Arabic (Urdu alphabet) 65,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tur tr Turkish Türkçe Latin (Turkish alphabet) 80,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ita it Italian Italiano Latin (Italian alphabet) 65,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
yue - Yue (Yue Chinese) 粵語 / 粤语 Traditional Chinese characters (Written Cantonese) 60,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tha th Thai (Siamese) ไทย (ภาษาไทย) Thai script (type: abugida) 20,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
guj gu Gujarati ગુજરાતી Gujarati alphabet (Brahmic) 50,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cjy - Jin Chinese (Shanxinese) 晋语 [Chinese characters (hanzi, 汉字)] 48,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nan - Southern Min 閩南語 / 闽南语 Chinese characters (hanzi, 汉字) / 台闽汉字 / 漢字 (Hàn-jī) 47,000,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Hàn-jī (Wikipedia)
fas fa Persian / Farsi فارسی Persian alphabet (Iran and Afghanistan) / Tajik alphabet (Tajikistan) 45,000,000 - 60,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pol pl Polish Polski (język polski) Latin (Polish alphabet) 55,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pus ps Pashto پښتو Arabic (Pashto alphabet) 40,000,000 - 60,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kan kn Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ Kannada alphabet (Brahmic script) 38,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hsn - Xiang / Hsiang / Hunanese 湘语 / 湘語 / 湖南话 (no specific writing system) 38,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
mal ml Malayalam മലയാളം Malayalam script (Brahmic) 38,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sun su Sundanese (Basa Sunda) Sundanese script / Latin alphabet 38,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hau ha Hausa Hausa, هَرْشَن هَوْسَ Latin script (Boko alphabet), Arabic script (ajami) 44,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ori or Odia / Oriya ଓଡ଼ିଆ Odia alphabet (Brahmic script) 38,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mya my Burmese Burmese alphabet (type: abugida) 33,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hak - Hakka / Kejia 客家語 / Hak-kâ-ngî Hanzi / Latin 30,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ukr uk Ukrainian Українська (українська мова) Cyrillic (Ukrainian alphabet) 30,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bho (bh: Collective language code for Bhojpuri, Magahi, and Maithili?) Bhojpuri भोजपुरी Devanagari 30,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tgl tl Tagalog Tagalog (Wikang Tagalog) Latin (Tagalog/Filipino alphabet) 28,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
yor yo Yoruba Yorùbá (Èdè Yorùbá) Latin (Yoruba alphabet) 28,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mai - Maithili मैथिली Tirhuta (Mithilakshar; type: abugida) 30,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
uzb uz Uzbek Oʻzbekcha (Oʻzbek tili), Ўзбек тили Latin, Cyrillic, Arabic, Uzbek 27,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Deutsch)
snd (lss, sbn) sd Sindhi سنڌي, सिन्धी, … Arabic, Devanagari, Khudabadi alphabet, Laṇḍā, Sindhi Roman, Gurmukhi 75,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
amh am Amharic አማርኛ Ge'ez script (Amharic syllabary; type: abugida) 25,820,220 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ful ff Fula / Fulani Fulfulde Latin 24,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ron ro Romanian Română (limba română) Latin (Romanian alphabet) 24,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
orm om Oromo Oromoo (Afaan Oromoo) Latin Qubee 50,000,000 ? / 24,000,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Deutsch)
ibo ib Igbo Igbo (Asụsụ Igbo) Latin (Önwu alphabet), Nwagu Aneke script 25,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
aze az Azerbaijani, Azeri Azərbaycanca (Azərbaycan dili), آذربایجان دیلی, Азәрбајҹан дили Latin (Azerbaijani alphabet), Persian alphabet, Cyrillic 26,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
awa - Awadhi अवधी, ودهي Devanagari, Kaithi, Perso-Arabic 38,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
gan - Gan / Gan Chinese 贛語 (江西话) Chinese characters (hanzi, 汉字) 22,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ceb - Cebuano (Bisaya, Binisaya, Visayan) Sinugboanon (Cebuano, Binisayang Sinugboanon) Latin (Cebuano alphabet) 21,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedya (Cebuano)
nld nl Dutch Nederlands Latin (Dutch alphabet) 23,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
kur ku Kurdish Kurdî, کوردی Hawar alphabet (Latin script), Sorani alphabet (Perso-Arabic script) 20,000,000 - 30,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hbs sh (deprecated) Serbo-Croatian Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски Latin (Gaj), Cyrillic (Serbian) 19,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mlg mg Malagasy Malagasy Latin script (Malagasy alphabet) 18,000,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
skr - Saraiki (dialect of Punjabi) سرائیکی, सराइकी Shahmukhi alphabet (Persian alphabet), Gurmukhi, Devanagari script, Langdi script 20,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nep ne Nepali नेपाली (नेपाली भाषा) Devanagari 16,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sin si Sinhalese / Sinhala සිංහල Sinhala alphabet (type: abugida) 16,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ctg - Chittagonian, Chittagong Bangla চাঁটগাঁইয়া ? (Bengali alphabet?) 13,000,000 - 16,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
zha za Zhuang (Zhuang languages) 話僮 Sawndip (Zhuang characters) 16,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
khm, kxm km Khmer, Cambodian ភាសាខ្មែរ Khmer script (type: abugida) 16,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tuk tk Turkmen Türkmençe (türkmen dili) Latin (Turkmen alphabet), Cyrillic, Arabic 8,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
asm as Assamese অসমীয়া (অসমীয়া ভাষা) Assamese alphabet 15,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mad - Madurese Madhurâ (Bhâsa Madhurâ) Latin 15,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
som so Somali Soomaaliga (Af-Soomaali), اف سومالى‎ Latin script (Somali alphabet), Wadaad writing (Arabic script) 17,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mwr - Marwari मारवाड़ी Devanagari script, Mahajani 22,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mag - Magahi मगही Devanagari, Kaithi 14,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bgc - Haryanvi Devanagari script 13,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hun hu Hungarian Magyar (magyar nyelv) Latin script (Hungarian alphabet) 13,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hne [sgj] - Chhattisgarhi छत्तीसगढ़ी Devanagari script 17,500,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ell el Greek Ελληνικά Greek alphabet 13,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nya ny Chewa (Nyanja) Chi-Chewa Latin (Chewa alphabet) 12,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
dcc - Dakhini (Dakkhani, Deccani) دکنی Urdu alphabet (Nastaʿlīq script) 11,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
aka ak Akan Akan Latin (Twi alphabet, Fante alphabet) 11,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kaz kk Kazakh Қазақша (Қазақ тілі), قازاق تىلى Cyrillic (Kazakhstan, Mongolia), Perso-Arabic (China), Latin (Kazakhstan) 11,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mnp - Northern Min 閩北語 (Mâing-bă̤-ngṳ̌) Chinese characters 11,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
syl - Sylheti (Sylheti Bangla) ছিলটী (সিলেটী) Bengali alphabet 11,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
zul zu Zulu IsiZulu Latin (Zulu alphabet) 12,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ces cs Czech Čeština (čeština, český jazyk) Latin script (Czech alphabet) 10,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kin rw Kinyarwanda (Rwandan, Fumbira) Ikinyarwanda (Kinyarwanda) Latin script 9,800,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
dhd - Dhundari ? 9,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hat ht Haitian Creole Kreyòl ayisyen (kreyòl) Latin script (Haitian Creole alphabet) 9,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cdo - Eastern Min 平話 (Bàng-uâ) Chinese characters 9,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ilo - Ilocano (Ilokano) Ilokano (Pagsasao nga Ilokano, Iloko, Iluko) Latin script (Ilocano alphabet) 9,100,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Ilokano)
que qu Quechuan (Quechua; language family) Runa Simi (Qhichwa simi) Latin script 8,900,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
run rn Kirundi (Rundi) Ikirundi Latin script 8,800,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (German)
swe sv Swedish Svenska (svenska) Latin (Swedish alphabet) 9,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hmv, mww, hnj, hmz, cqd, hrm, hmf - Hmong Hmoob Ntawv Hmoob (RPA) [and many scripts, including Pahawh Hmong] 3,700,000 (not counting Vietnam) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (English): Hmong writing, Wikipedia (English): Pahawh Hmong
sna, twl, mxc, twx, ndc sn Shona ChiShona Latin script (Shona alphabet) 8,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
uig ug Uyghur (Uighur) ئۇيغۇرچە, Uyghurche Arabic (Uyghur alphabet), Latin script, Cyrillic script 10,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hil - Hiligaynon Inilonggo (Binisayâ nga Hiligaynon) Latin script (Hiligaynon alphabet) 9,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mos - Mossi (Mooré) Mõõré Latin script 7,600,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (French)
xho xh Xhosa isiXhosa Latin script (Xhosa alphabet) 8,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bel be Belarusian Беларуская Cyrillic (Belarusian alphabet) 3,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bal - Balochi, Baluchi بلوچی Balochi script 7,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kok - Konkani कोंकणी Devanagari, Roman, Kannada, Malayalam, Perso-Arabic 7,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (German)
lah - Western Punjabi (Lahnda) لہندا پنجابی Shahmukhi alphabet (Extended Perso-Arabic) 90,500,000 ? Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
raj - Rajasthani राजस्थानी Devanagari script, Sindhi script 50,000,000 - 80,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
arz - Egyptian Arabic اللغة المصرية العامية Arabic alphabet 55,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ind id Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia Latin script (Indonesian alphabet) 43,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lao lo Lao (Laotian) ລາວ Lao, Thai alphabet 20,000,000 - 25,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tts - Isan ภาษาอีสาน Thai alphabet 21,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kmr - Northern Kurdish (Kurmanji) Kurmancî Latin (in Turkey, Syria); Perso-Arabic (in Iran, Iraq) 15,000,000 - 20,000,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
hbs (srp, hrv, bos, svm, kjv) sh (deprecated) Serbo-Croatian (Serbo-Croat, Serbo-Croat-Bosnian (SCB), Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian (BCS), Bosnian-Croatian-Montenegrin-Serbian (BCMS)) Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски Latin script (Gaj), Cyrillic script (Serbian) 19,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bar - Bavarian Boarisch Latin script 14,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mup - Malvi, Malwi (Devanagari?) 10,400,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
twi tw Twi Twi Latin script 9,000,000 (2015) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gaz - West Central Oromo Afan Oromo Latin script, Ethiopic script (until 1990) 8,920,000 (1994) Source: Ethnologue
srp sr Serbian Српски / srpski Cyrillic script (Serbian alphabet), Latin script (Gaj's alphabet) 8,700,000 - 10,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tgk tg Tajik (Tajiki) Тоҷикӣ (tojikī) Cyrillic, Latin, Persian 8,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hye hy Armenian Հայերեն (հայերէն/հայերեն) Armenian alphabet 8,000,000 - 12,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bul bg Bulgarian Български Cyrillic script (Bulgarian alphabet) 9,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
swa sw Swahili Kiswahili Latin script (Roman Swahili alphabet), Arabic script (Arabic Swahili alphabet) 2,000,000 - 15,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
afr af Afrikaans Afrikaans Latin script (Afrikaans alphabet) 7,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kik ki Kikuyu, Gikuyu Gĩkũyũ Latin script 6,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tat tt Tatar Татарча / tatarça Cyrillic script, Latin script, Arabic script 6,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kon kg Kongo, Kikongo Kongo, Kikongo Latin script 6,500,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
tir ti Tigrinya, Tigrigna ትግርኛ 6,915,000 Ge'ez script (Tigrinya alphabet) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
nap - Neapolitan Napulitano Latin script 5,700,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hrv hr Croatian Hrvatski Latin script (Gaj's alphabet) 5,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kas ks Kashmiri, Koshur कॉशुर, كأشُر Devanagari script, Perso-Arabic script (Nastaliq variant) 5,580,830 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
min, zmi - Minangkabau Baso Minangkabau Latin script 5,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kab - Kabyle (Kabylian) ⵜⴰⵇⴱⴰⵢⵍⵉⵜ, Taqbaylit Tifinagh, Arabic, Latin 5,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
dan da Danish Dansk (dansk) Latin script (Dano-Norwegian alphabet) 5,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lin ln Lingala (Ngala) Lingála Latin script (African reference alphabet), Mandombe 5,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
fin fi Finnish Suomi (suomen kieli) Latin script (Finnish alphabet) 5,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sqi sq Albanian Shqip (gjuha shqipe) Latin script (Albanian alphabet) 5,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
slk sk Slovak Slovenčina (slovenčina, slovenský jazyk) Latin script (Slovak alphabet) 5,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mon mn Mongolian Монгол (Монгол хэл), ᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ ᠬᠡᠯᠡ Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet, Traditional Mongolian script 5,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tsn tn Tswana Setswana Latin script (Tswana alphabet) 5,200,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
mtr - Mewari (Devanagari?) 5,100,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nor no Norwegian Norsk (norsk) Latin script (Norwegian alphabet) 5,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sdh - Southern Kurdish (Palewani) Kurdí Xwarig, پاڵەوانی، کوردی خوارگ Hawar alphabet (Latin), Sorani alphabet (based on Persian alphabet) 5,000,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (German)
bug - Buginese (Basa Ugi) Lontara, Latin script 5,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lrc - Central Luri / Lurish (لۊری شومالی (Northern Luri?)) Perso-Arabic script 5,000,000 (all variants of Luri combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
luz - Southern Luri Perso-Arabic script 5,000,000 (all variants of Luri combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gsw - Swiss German + Alsatian Schwiizerdütsch & Elsässerditsch Latin script 4,930,000 + 1,500,000 (Swiss German + Alsatian, resp. Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (English)
grn gn Guarani Avañe'ẽ Latin script (Guarani alphabet) 4,900,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
scn - Sicilian Sicilianu (lingua siciliana) Latin script 4,700,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hoj - Harauti ? 4,700,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nso - Northern Sotho Sesotho sa Leboa Latin script (Sotho alphabet) 4,620,000 (2011) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
hae - Eastern Oromo, Ittu Oromo, Qottu Oromo Harar Latin script 4,530,000 (1994) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
heb he Hebrew עברית Hebrew alphabet 4,400,000 (in Israel) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kat ka Georgian ქართული Georgian script 4,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kir ky Kyrgyz Кыргызча Cyrillic script (Kyrgyz alphabet), Perso-Arabic script (Kyrgyz alphabet) 4,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
wol, wof (Gambian Wolof) wo Wolof Wolof Latin script (Wolof alphabet) 4,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cat ca Catalan Català (català) Latin script (Catalan alphabet) 4,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lug lg Luganda, Ganda, Oluganda Luganda Latin script (Ganda alphabet) 4,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bam bm Bambara, Bamanankan Bamanankan Latin script, N’Ko script 4,072,040 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
luo - Dholuo, Luo Dholuo Latin script 4,044,000 (2009) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
tso ts Tsonga Xitsonga Latin script (Tsonga alphabet) 4,009,000 (13,000,000 ?) Sources: Wikipedia (English) Ethnologue
ckb - Central Kurdish (Sorani) سۆرانی، کوردیی ناوەندی Sorani alphabet (based on Persian alphabet) 4,000,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
rom - Romani, Romany, Gypsy, Gipsy romani čhib Latin script 4,000,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
ksw - S'gaw (S'gaw Karen) Mon script (S'gaw Karen alphabet) 4,000,000 (1983-2011, all S'gaw Karen languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
jkp - Paku (S'gaw Karen) Mon script (S'gaw Karen alphabet) 4,000,000 (1983-2011, all S'gaw Karen languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
jkm - Mopwa (S'gaw Karen) Mon script (S'gaw Karen alphabet) 4,000,000 (1983-2011, all S'gaw Karen languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wea - Wewaw (S'gaw Karen) Mon script (S'gaw Karen alphabet) 4,000,000 (1983-2011, all S'gaw Karen languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gax - Borana (afaan borana), Southern Oromo ? 4,000,000 ? (undated) Source: Wikipedia (English)
vec - Venetian Vèneto Latin alphabet 3,900,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kau kr Kanuri Latin script, Ajami Arabic script 3,760,500 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
fuc - Pulaar ? 3,700,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lmo - Lombard Lombard (Lumbaart) Latin alphabet 3,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ace - Acehnese (Achinese) Acèh (Basa Acèh) Latin script 3,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bhb - Bhili, Bhagoria, Bhilboli भीली (Devanagari?) 3,500,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bjn (bvu) - Banjar Basa Banjar, بهاس بنجر Latin script, Jawi script 3,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mzn - Mazanderani (Tabari, Geleki) مازِرونی (طبری, گلکی) Persian alphabet 3,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
glk - Gilaki گیلکی 3,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
jam - Jamaican Patois, Jamaican Creole Jumiekan Kryuol, Jumiekan Patwa Latin script 3,200,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Patwa)
ewe ee Ewe, Ebwe, Efe Èʋegbe Latin script (Ewe alphabet) 3,112,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
bqi - Bakhtiari (dialect of Southern Luri) بختیاری Persian alphabet 3,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lit lt Lithuanian Lietuvių (lietuvių kalba) Latin script (Lithuanian alphabet) 3,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
swv - Shekhawati (Devanagari?) 3,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hrx - Riograndenser Hunsrückisch German Hunsrik Latin script 3,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aym ay Aymara Aymar aru Latin script 2,800,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pcc - Bouyei, Giay, Yay Haausqyaix Latin script, Sawndip 2,700,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bos bs Bosnian Bosanski (босански) Latin script (Gaj's alphabet), Cyrillic script 2,500,000 - 3,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
war - Waray Winaray (Waray-Waray) Latin script 2,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
slv sl Slovene / Slovenian Slovenščina (slovenski jezik, slovenščina) Latin script (Slovene alphabet) 2,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bcl - Central Bikol Bikol Sentral Latin script (Bikol alphabet) 2,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
brh - Brahui براہوئي Arabic script, Nastaliq variant; Arabic script, Naskh variant 2,430,000 (4,000,000 ?) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
glg gl Galician Galego (galego) Latin script (Galician alphabet) 2,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ndc - Ndau ndau, xiNdau Latin script 2,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
knn - Maharashtrian Konkani महाराष्ट्रीय कोंकणी Devanagari script? 2,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ssw ss Swazi, Swati SiSwati Latin script (Swazi alphabet) 2,324,200 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
tum - Tumbuka, Chitumbuka ChiTumbuka Latin script 2,200,000 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bgq - Bagri बागड़ी (Devanagari?) 2,100,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
iii ii Nuosu, Northern Yi, Liangshan Yi, Sichuan Yi ꆈꌠ꒿ Yi script (syllabary), Latin script 2,000,000 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
kru - Kurukh, Kurux, Oraon, Uranw कुड़ुख़ Devanagari script; Tolong Siki 2,000,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pam - Kapampangan, Pampangan Kapampangan Latin script (Kapampangan alphabet) 1,900,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
khn - Khandeshi, Ahirani ख़ानदेशी / अहिरणी (Devanagari?) 1,900,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
fat - Fante, Mfantse, Fanti Fanti Latin script 1,900,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
adx - Amdo Tibetan ཨ་མདོ་སྐད Tibetan script 1,800,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
rhg - Rohingya Ruáingga Arabic script (Urdu), Burmese, Hanifi, Rohingyalish (based on Latin) 1,800,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
tcy - Tulu ತುಳು (ತುಳು ಭಾಷೆ) Kannada script 1,720,000 (2001) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
pms - Piedmontese Piemontèis (piemontèis, lenga piemontèis) Latin script 1,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mkd mk Macedonian Македонски Cyrillic script (Macedonian alphabet) 1,400,000 - 2,500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ljp - Lampung Api Lampung script 1,500,000 (2000; Lampung Api + Lampung Nyo + Komering) Source: Wikipedia (English)
abl - Lampung Nyo Lampung script 1,500,000 (2000; Lampung Api + Lampung Nyo + Komering) Source: Wikipedia (English)
abr - Abron ? 1,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sot st Southern Sotho, Sesotho Sesotho Latin script (Sotho alphabet) 1,770,000 (2010) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
lav lv Latvian Latviešu (Latviešu valoda) Latin script (Latvian alphabet) 1,750,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
zza - Zaza (Zazaki, Kirmanjki, Kirdki, Dimli) Zazaki Latin script 1,600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kbd - Kabardian (Kabardino-Cherkess) Адыгэбзэ (Къэбэрдейбзэ), къэбэрдей-черкесыбзэ Cyrillic script, Latin script, Arabic script 1,600,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
teo - Teso, Ateso, Bakedi Ateso Latin script 1,570,000 (2002) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
nds - Low German (Low Saxon) Plattdüütsch (Nedderdüütsch, Platduuts, Nedderduuts) Latin script 1,000,000 - 2,000,000 ? Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (German)
yid yi Yiddish ייִדיש Hebrew script (Yiddish alphabet) 1,500,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
laj - Lango, Langi, Leb-Lango Lango Latin script 1,490,000 (2002) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
khg - Khams Tibetan ཁམས་སྐད། Tibetan script 1,400,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Tibetan)
alz - Alur, Aloro Lur Latin script 1,400,000 (2002)? 750,000 (2001)? Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
che ce Chechen Нохчийн мотт (Noxçiyn Mott) Cyrillic script, Latin script 1,400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
vls - Flemish (including West Flemish) Vlaams, Vloams (West-Vlams, West-Vloams) Latin script 1,400,000 (West Flanders + Zealand) Source: Wikipedia (English)
zea - Zealandic Zeêuws Latin script 1,400,000 (West Flanders + Zealand) / 220,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (English)
aar aa Afar, ’Afar Af Qafaraf Latin script, Ethiopic script 1,379,200 (4,200,000 ?) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
lim li Limburgish Limburgs Latin script 1,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
egl - Emilian Emigliân Latin script 1,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
rmt - Domari (no standard written form) 1,300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mxc - Manyika (Latin script?) 1,300,000 (Manyika and Tewe combined?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
twx - Tewe (Latin script?) 1,300,000 (Manyika and Tewe combined?), 250,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
ven ve Venda Tshivenḓa Latin script (Venda alphabet) 1,294,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
bod bo Standard Tibetan བོད་ཡིག Tibetan script 1,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bak ba Bashkir Башҡортса (башҡорт теле) Cyrillic script 1,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cbk - Chavacano, Chabacano Chavacano Latin script (Spanish alphabet) 1,200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tsc - Tswa, Kitshwa Xitswa Latin script 1,180,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
pnt - Pontic Greek Ποντιακά Greek script, Latin script, Cyrillic script 1,178,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
ach - Acholi, Acoli Acholi Latin script 1,170,000 (2002) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
pag - Pangasinan, Salitan Pangasinan Pangasinan Latin script (Pangasinan alphabet) 1,200,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
srr - Serer Seereer, Seereer-Siin Latin script, Arabic script 1,130,000 (2006) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
chv cv Chuvash Чӑвашла Cyrillic script 1,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
rgn - Romagnol Rumagnôl Latin script 1,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
est et Estonian Eesti (eesti keel) Latin script (Estonian alphabet) 1,100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
srd sc Sardinian Sardu (limba sarda, lingua sarda) Latin script 1,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pfl - Palatine German Pälzisch Latin script (German alphabet) 1,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Deutsch)
ffm - Maasina Fulfulde Maasinankoore Latin script 1,000,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ijc - Izon Ịzọn (?) Latin script ? 1,000,000 (1989) Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
emu - Eastern Muria ? 1,000,000 (2000-2007: Eastern Muria + Western Muria + Far Western Muria (Gaita Koitor)) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mut - Western Muria ? 1,000,000 (2000-2007: Eastern Muria + Western Muria + Far Western Muria (Gaita Koitor)) Source: Wikipedia (English)
fmu - Far Western Muria (Gaita Koitor) ? 1,000,000 (2000-2007: Eastern Muria + Western Muria + Far Western Muria (Gaita Koitor)) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sth - Shelta De Gammon Latin script 1,000,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gju - Gujari, Gojri (Devanagari?) 990,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kxu - Kui (Kandh, Khondi, Khond, Khondo, Kanda, Kodu (Kōdu), Kodulu, Kuinga (Kūinga), Kuy) Odia script 920,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
new - Newar (Newari, Nepal Bhasa) नेपाल भाषा Devanagari 860,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
swg - Swabian (Swabian German) Schwäbisch Latin script (German alphabet) 820,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ndo ng Ndonga, Oshindonga Ndonga (Oshiwambo?) Latin script 807,000 (2006) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
ava av Avar Авар (Магӏарул мацӏ, Авар мацӏ) Cyrillic script, Georgian script, Arabic script 760,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
rng - Ronga, Gironga XiRonga Latin script 722,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
cym cy Welsh Cymraeg (y Gymraeg) Latin script (Welsh alphabet) 700,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pcd - Picard Picard Latin script 700,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kua kj Kwanyama, Oshikwanyama Oshikwanyama Latin script 668,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
lez - Lezgian Лезги (Лезги чӏал) Cyrillic script (Lezgian alphabet) 655,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
eus eu Basque Euskara Latin script (Basque alphabet) 550,000 - 720,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
rue - Rusyn (Ruthene, Ruthenian) Русиньскый (русиньский язык, русиньска бесїда) Cyrillic script 620,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
loz - Lozi, siLozi, Rozi Latin script (Lozi alphabet) 612,000 (2010) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
wln wa Walloon Walon Latin script 600,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
gag - Gagauz Gagauz (Gagauz dili, Gagauzca) Latin script (Gagauz alphabet) 590,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ady - Adyghe, West Circassian Адыгабзэ Cyrillic script, Latin script 585,500 Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
kaa - Karakalpak Qaraqalpaqsha (Qaraqalpaq tili) Latin script 583,410 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Karakalpak)
oss os Ossetian (Ossete, Ossetic) Ирон æвзаг Cyrillic script (Ossetian alphabet) 570,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mlt mt Maltese Malti Latin script (Maltese alphabet) 520,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
szl - Silesian Ślůnski (ślůnsko godka, ślōnskŏ gŏdka) Latin script 510,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
smo sm Samoan Gagana fa'a Sāmoa (Gagana Sāmoa) Latin script (Samoan alphabet) 510,000 (2015) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lij - Ligurian Ligure Latin script 500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xmf - Mingrelian, Megrelian მარგალური ნინა Georgian script 500,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
scl - Shina Arabic script (variation of the Urdu alphabet) 500,000 (?) (Shina and Kohistani Shina combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
plk - Kohistani Shina Arabic script (variation of the Urdu alphabet) 500,000 (?) (Shina and Kohistani Shina combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tet - Tetum Tetun (Lia-Tetun) Latin script 500,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sgs - Samogitian [dialect of Lithuanian] Žemaitiu kalba (žemaitiu ruoda, žemaitiu rokunda) Latin script 500,000 (< 500,000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
crh - Crimean Tatar (Crimean Turkish) Qırımtatarca (Qırımtatar tili, Къырымтатарджа, Къырымтатар тили) Cyrillic script; Latin script 480,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
wci - Waci, Ouatchi, Waci-Gbe Latin script 476,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
fry fy West Frisian (Frisian) Frysk Latin script 470,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mhr - Meadow Mari, Eastern Mari Олык марий Cyrillic script 470,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kge - Komering 470,000 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sah - Yakut (Sakha) Саха тыла Cyrillic script 450,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kum - Kumyk къумукъ тил Cyrillic script 450,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sag sg Sango, Sangho Sängö, yângâ tî sängö Latin script 404,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
hif - Fiji Hindi (Fijian Hindi) Bharatiya, फिजी बात Latin script, Devanagari script 400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mxg - Mbangala ? 400,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
aee - Northeastern Pashayi ? 400,000 (all Pashayi languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
glh - Northwestern Pashayi ? 400,000 (all Pashayi languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
psi - Southeastern Pashayi ? 400,000 (all Pashayi languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
psh - Southwestern Pashayi ? 400,000 (all Pashayi languages combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ltz lb Luxembourgish Lëtzebuergesch Latin script (Luxembourgish alphabet) 390,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
myv - Erzya эрзянь кель Cyrillic script 390,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mdf - Moksha Мокшень (мокшень кяль) Cyrillic script 390,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tdt - Tetun Dili, Tetun Prasa Tétum Praça Latin script 390,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
daq - Dandami Maria (Madiya) ? 360,000 (2000: Garhchiroli Maria + Dandami Maria) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mrr - Garhchiroli Maria (Madiya) ? 360,000 (2000: Garhchiroli Maria + Dandami Maria) Source: Wikipedia (English)
adh - Adhola japadhola Latin script 360,000 (2002) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
kff - Koya Oriya script, Telugu script, Devanagari script, Latin script 360,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
peg - Pengo ? 350,000 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
udm - Udmurt Удмурт (удмурт кыл) Cyrillic script 340,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
div dv Maldivian ދިވެހިބަސް Thaana 340,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
isl is Icelandic Íslenska (íslenska) Latin script (Icelandic alphabet) 330,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
fij fj Fijian Na Vosa Vakaviti Latin script 337,320 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
bua - Buryat Буряад (буряад хэлэн) Cyrillic script, Mongolian script (Vagindra script, Latin script) 265,000 + 65,000 (Russia & Mongolia + China) Source: Wikipedia (English)
krc - Karachay-Balkar, Karachay-Balkar Turkish Къарачай-малкъар Cyrillic script, Latin script 310,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mfv - Mandjak, Mandjaque, Mandyak ? 310,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
fur - Friulian Furlan Latin script 300,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
oci oc Occitan Occitan (occitan, lenga d'òc) Latin script 100,000 - 800,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bre br Breton Brezhoneg Latin script 206,000 - 295,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Breton)
tyv - Tuvan, Tuvinian, Tyvan, Tuvin Тыва дыл Cyrillic script 280,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
pap - Papiamento, Papiamentu Papiamentu Latin script 271,261 Source: Wikipedia (English)
bjs - Bajan Creole, Bajan Bajan Latin script 260,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
jra - Jarai Vietnamese alphabet 260,000 (2007–2008) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ijn - Kalabari ? 258,000 (1989) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
rup - Aromanian (Macedo-Romanian, Vlach) Armãneashti (armãneashce, armãneashti, rrãmãneshti) Latin script (Aromanian alphabet) 250,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
okr - Kirike, Okrika ? 248,000 (1995) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
khw - Khowar, Chitrali, Arniya کهووار Arabic script (Khowar alphabet) 240,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
her hz Herero Otjiherero Latin script 237,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
kom kv Komi Коми (Коми кыв) Cyrillic script 220,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cja - Western Cham Cham alphabet (Vietnam), Arabic script (Cambodia) 204,000 (2002-2008) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cos co Corsican Corsu (lingua corsa) Latin script 200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ext - Extremaduran Estremeñu (estremeñu) Latin script 200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ksh - Colognian Kölsch Latin script 200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mvy - Maiya, Abasin Kohistani, Indus Kohistani Arabic script 200,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
iru - Irula இருளா Tamil script 200,000 (2003) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfa - Kodava, Coorg ಕೊಡವ Kannada script; Coorgi–Cox alphabet 200,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bha - Bharia ? 200,000 (1981) Source: Wikipedia (English)
rad - Rade klei Êđê Latin script 180,000 (2007, Vietnam) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfi - Kurumba, Kannada Kurumba Kannada script; Coorgi–Cox alphabet 180,000 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
shk - Shilluk Dhøg Cøllø Latin script 175,000 (1982) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kdi - Kumam Ikokolemu, Akokolemu Latin script (Kumam alphabet) 174,000 (2002) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
dzo dz Dzongkha (Ngalopkha) ཇོང་ཁ Tibetan script 171,080 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nav nv Navajo Diné bizaad Latin script 170,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
gym - Guaymí, Ngäbere Ngäbere Latin script 170,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kxv - Kuvi ? 160,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ton to Tongan Lea faka-Tonga (lea faka-Tonga) Latin script 96,000 + 73,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kpv - Komi-Zyrian Коми кыв Cyrillic script 160,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ltg - Latgalian Latgaļu (latgaļu volūda, latgalīšu volūda) Latin script 150,000–200,000 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lbe - Lak лакку маз Cyrillic script 150,000 (157,000?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
srn - Sranan Tongo, Sranan, Sranantongo, Surinaams, Surinamese, Suriname Creole, Taki Taki Sranantongo, Sranan Tongo Latin script 130,000 - 150,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
gle ga Irish (Gaelic, Irish Gaelic) Gaeilge Latin script (Irish alphabet) 140,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pch - Pardhan, Pradhan (Indic script) 140,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
frp - Franco-Provençal, Francoprovençal, Arpitan, Romand Arpetan (francoprovençâl, arpetan, patouès) Latin script 140,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
anu - Anuak, Anywa ? 140,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
bfq - Badaga படகா Tamil script; (?) Kannada alphabet 135,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lbj - Ladakhi ལ་དྭགས་སྐད། Tibetan script 130,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pdc - Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch Deitsch, Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch Latin script 130,000 - 350,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sco - Scots (Lowland Scots) Scots (Lallans, Scots leid) Latin script 110,000 – 125,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lad - Judaeo-Spanish (Ladino) Ladino (Lingua djudeo-espanyola, גֿודֿיאו-איספאנייול, Ђудео-Еспањол) Latin script, Hebrew, Cyrillic 120,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bpy - Bishnupriya Manipuri বিষ্ণুপ্রিয়া মণিপুরী Bengali alphabet 120,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tpi - Tok Pisin ("New Guinea Pidgin") Tok Pisin Latin script (Tok Pisin alphabet) 120,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cre cr Cree Nēhiyawēwin, ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ Latin script, Canadian Aboriginal syllabics (Cree) 120,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfb - Kolami (no standard written form?) 120,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kmj - Kumarbhag Paharia कुमारभाग पहाड़िया Devanagari script, Bengali script 74,000 - 117,000 (2003; 2015; Kumarbhag Paharia + Sauria Paharia) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mjt - Sauria Paharia सौरिया पहाड़िया Devanagari script, Bengali script 74,000 - 117,000 (2003; 2015; Kumarbhag Paharia + Sauria Paharia) Source: Wikipedia (English)
abk ab Abkhaz Аԥсуа бызшәа, аԥсшәа Cyrillic script (Abkhaz alphabet) 113,000 (1993) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ast - Asturian Asturianu (asturianu) Latin script 110,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
dng - Dungan Хуэйзў йүян Cyrillic script 110,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
csb - Kashubian (Cassubian) Kaszëbsczi (Kaszëbsczi jãzëk) Latin script (Kashubian alphabet) 108,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nrf - Norman Normaund Latin script 100,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
roc - Cacgia Raglai ? (97,000 (2007, all dialects combined)) Source: Wikipedia (English)
rog - Northern Raglai ? (97,000 (2007, all dialects combined)) Source: Wikipedia (English)
rgs - Southern Raglai ? (97,000 (2007, all dialects combined)) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pcg - Paniya ? 94,000 (2003) Source: Wikipedia (English)
vro - Võro Võro (võro kiil) Latin script 87,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nog - Nogai (Nogay, Nogai Tatar) Ногай тили Cyrillic script 87,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lwo - Jur, Luwo Luwo Latin script 80,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
jdt - Judeo-Tat ז'אוּהאוּראִ, çuhuri, жугьури Latin script, Cyrillic script, Hebrew 80,000 - 101,000 ? (1989-1998) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cjm - Eastern Cham Cham alphabet (Vietnam), Arabic script (Cambodia) 73,000 (2002-2008) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ijs - Southeast Ijo Akassa (?) Latin script ? 71,500 (1977) Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
yeu - Yerukala ஏறுகள (no standard written form?) 70,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tah ty Tahitian Reo tahiti Latin script 68,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
orc - Orma Orma Latin script 66,300 (2009) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
fao fo Faroese Føroyskt (føroyskt) Latin script (Faroese alphabet) 66,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
koi - Komi-Permyak Перем коми кыв Cyrillic script 63,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cha ch Chamorro Chamoru, Finu' Chamoru, Finu' Chamorro Latin script 62,500 (1991) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
rel - Rnedille ? 60,000 (2009) Sources: Wikipedia (English)
mri mi Māori, Maori Māori (reo Māori) Latin script (Māori alphabet) 60,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kal kl Greenlandic Kalaallisut Latin script 60,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
iby - Ibani ? 60,000 (1989) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
brb - Lave (Brao), Laveh ? 59,000 (2005-2008; all variants of Brao combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
krr - Kru’ng (Brao), Krung ? 59,000 (2005-2008; all variants of Brao combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
krv - Kavet (Brao), Kravet ? 59,000 (2005-2008; all variants of Brao combined) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bfr - Bazigar ? 58,000 (1981) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gla gd Scottish Gaelic Gàidhlig Latin script (Scottish Gaelic alphabet ) 57,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mah mh Marshallese, Ebon Kajin M̧ajeļ Latin script 54,600 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
arg an Aragonese Aragonés (aragonés) Latin script (Aragonese alphabet) 54,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pci - Duruwa, Parji दुरुवा Devanagari script, Oriya script 51,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mkb - Mal Paharia Devanagari script 51,000 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
roh rm Romansh Rumantsch Latin script 39,000 - 60,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
abq - Abaza абаза бызшва, abaza byzšwa Cyrillic script, Latin script 47,880 Source: Wikipedia (English)
yea - Ravula, Yerava, Adiyan ? 47,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bnc - Bontoc Finallig 41,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xkv - Kgalagadi, Kgalagarhi, Shekgalagari ? 40,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
(vls) (same tag as Flemish) - French Flemish Vlamsch, nuuze Vlaamsche tale Latin script 20,000 - 60,000 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (English)
meu - Motu Motu Latin script (Motu alphabet) 39,000 (2008) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
caq - Car ? 37,000 (2005) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mjq - Malaryan (no standard written form?) 35,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hro - Haroi ? 35,000 (1998) Source: Wikipedia (English)
snj - Riverain Sango Unwritten 34,500 (1996) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
iu ike Inuktitut ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics script / Inuktitut syllabics, Latin script 34,100 (2011) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
kwx - Khirwar ? 34,000 (undated) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xub - Betta Kurumba, Beṭṭa Kurumba பெட்டா குறும்ப Tamil script, Kannada script, Malayalam script 32,000 (2003) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lld - Ladin Ladin Latin alphabet 31,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tmn - Taman 30,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mrj - Hill Mari (Western Mari) Кырык мары Cyrillic script 30,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
mmk - Mukha-Dora ? 30,000 ? (1991) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfh - Kurichiya (no standard written form?) 29,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lkr - Päri, Lokoro Latin script ? 28,000 ? (1987) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ttt - Tat language, Tat/Tati Persian (not written before 1935; Azerbaijani Latin alphabet?) 28,000 ? (1989?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kpb - Mullu Kurumba ? 26,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
srm - Saramaccan Saamáka Latin script 26,000 (1995) Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
sme se Northern Sami Sámegiella (davvisámegiella) Latin script (Northern Sami alphabet) 25,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cde - Chenchu (no standard written form?) 26,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
haw - Hawaiian Hawaiʻi (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi) Latin script (Hawaiian alphabet) 24,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kep - Kaikadi காய்கடி (no standard written form?) 24,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sle - Sholaga, Soliga சொலிக Tamil script? 24,000 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sva - Svan ლუშნუ ნინ Georgian script 15,000 - 30,000 (2000, 1997) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lzz - Laz Lazuri, ლაზური Latin script, Georgian script 22,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wae - Walser German, Walliser German Wallisertiitsch Latin script 20,000 (?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfc - Konda, Konda-Dora (none) 20,000 (2007) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Deutsch)
yay - Gwune, Agwagwune ? 20,000 (1973) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cje - Chru ? 19,000 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kev - Kanikkaran கணிக்காரன் (no standard written form?) 19,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mjo - Malankuravan ? 19,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tsb - Tsamai, Tsamako ? 18,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sab - Buglere, Murire, Muoy ? 18,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
muv - Muthuvan முதுவன் (no standard written form?) 17,000 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pau - Palauan a tekoi er a Belau Latin alphabet 17,000 (2008) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mpi - Mpade (Makari) mpadɨ Latin script 16,000 (in Cameroon) Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
clj - Laitu, Laitu Chin (and Ekai) ? 15,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mwl - Mirandese Mirandés Latin script 15,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
brl - Birwa Latin script ? 15,000 (2004) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
nlx - Kalto, Nahali ? 15,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
gdb - Ollari, Pottangi Ollar Gadaba, Ollar Gadaba, Ollaro, Hallari (no standard written form?) 15,000 (2002) Source: Wikipedia (English)
san sa Sanskrit संस्कृतम् Devanagari, various other Brahmic scripts 14,135 Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfd - Koraga, Korra Koraga (Koragar, Koragara, Korangi) ಕೊರಗ Kannada script 14,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
csv - Sumtu, Sumtu Chin ? 14,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ssn - Waata, Sanye ? 13,000 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hsb - Upper Sorbian Hornjoserbsce (hornjoserbšćina) Latin script (Sorbian alphabet) 13,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
dhv - Drehu, Dehu, Lifou, Lifu, qene drehu ? ? (13,000 L1 + L2, 2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mjr - Malavedan (no standard written form?) 12,600 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
zau - Zangskari Tibetan script 12,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
chp - Chipewyan Dënesųłiné ? 12,000 (2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
chr - Cherokee ᏣᎳᎩ, ᏣᎳᎩ ᎦᏬᏂᎯᏍᏗ, Tsalagi Gawonihisdi Cherokee syllabary, Latin script 11,000–13,500 (2006–2008) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cho - Choctaw Chahta' (Chahta Anumpa) Latin script 10,400 (2010) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
bis bi Bislama, Bichelamar Bislama Latin script 10,000 (2011) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
wkb - Kumbaran (no standard written form?) 10,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
emb - Embaloh, Mbalo 10,000 (1991) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nit - Naiki (no standard written form?) 10,000 ? (1989) Source: Wikipedia (English)
frr - North Frisian Frasch (Fresk, Freesk, Friisk) Latin script 10,000 (1976) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kog - Kogi, Kággaba - 9,900 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kca - Khanty, Ostyak хӑнты ясӑң / xănty jasăŋ Cyrillic script 9,600 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pcf - Paliyan ? 9,500 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nen - Nengone ? 8,700 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gau - Kondekor, Gadaba, San Gadaba, Gadba, Sano, Kondekar, Kondkor, Konḍekor Gadaba, Mudhili Gadaba (no standard written form?) 8,000 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mwt - Moken 8,000 (1984–2007, Moken + Moklen) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mkm - Moklen 8,000 (1984–2007, Moken + Moklen) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bxb - Belanda Bor, Bor De Bor Latin script 8,000 (1983) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
ymr - Malasar (no standard written form?) 7,800 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bob - Aweer, Boni 7,600 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nik - Southern Nicobarese, Sambelong ? 7,500 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pri - Paicî ? 7,300 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
dwa - Diri ? 7,200 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mhd - Mbugu, Ma’a kiMbbugu, kiMa'a ? 7,000 (1997) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
dsb - Lower Sorbian Dolnoserbski, Dolnoserbšćina Latin script (Sorbian alphabet) 6,900 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
thu - Thuri Dhe Thuri Latin script 6,600 ? (1956) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
nau na Nauruan Dorerin Naoero Latin script 6,000 ? (1991) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mjp - Malapandaram ? 5,900 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
crv - Chaura, Tutet ? 5,900 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ane - Xârâcùù, Kanala Latin script 5,700 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bsw - Baiso 5,500 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aji - Ajië, Wai, A’jie ? 5,400 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
jje - Cheju, Jeju, Chejuan 제주말 Hangul 5,000–10,000 (2012) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mus - Muscogee Mvskoke Latin script (Muscogee alpahbet) 5,000 (2010) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
fkv - Kven kvääni Latin script (Finnish alphabet; planned?) 2,000 – 8,000 (2005?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ctt - Wayanad Chetti, Chetti (no standard written form?) 5,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
era - Eravallan எரவல்லன் (no standard written form?) 5,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
orr - Oruma ? 5,000 (1995) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
ije - Biseni ? 4,800 (1977) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
nkx - Nkoroo Nkọrọọ Latin script? 4,550 (1989) Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
rop - Australian Kriol, Kriol ? 4,200 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
iai - Iaai ? 4,078 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
huq - Tsat, Utsat, Utset, Hainan Cham, 回辉语 / Huíhuīhuà ? 4,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kef - Kpessi ? 4,000 (2002) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
mha - Manda ? 4,000 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
okd - Okodia, Akita ? 3,600 (1977) Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
udg - Muduga, Mudugar (no standard written form?) 3,400 ? (1991) Source: Wikipedia (English)
thn - Thachanadan (no standard written form?) 3,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ncb - Camorta ? 3,400 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cam - Cèmuhî, Cemuhî, Camuhi, Camuki, Tyamuhi, Wagap Latin script 2,600 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cpg - Cappadocian Greek, Asia Minor Greek ? (formerly Arabic and Greek script) 2,800 (2015) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
kfg - Kudiya ? 2,800 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mue - Media Lengua, Chaupi-shimi, Chaupi-Quichua, Quichuañol Latin script 2,600 (2005, 2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nua - Yuanga, Yuaga, Nua ? 2,400 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
den - Slavey, Slave, Slavé 2,350 (2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kdk - Numèè, Naa Numee, Naa-Wee, Kwényi ? 2,200 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
dgr - Dogrib, Tlinchon Tłı̨chǫ Yatıì Latin script 2,100 (2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
chy - Cheyenne Tsetsêhestâhese, Tsėhésenėstsestȯtse Latin script 2,100 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tef - Teressa, Taih-Long ? 2,080 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
yly - Nyâlayu, Yâlayu, Nyelâyu ? 2,000 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kej - Kadar (no standard written form?) 2,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
duf - Ndrumbea, Ndumbea, Dubea, Drubea, Païta ? 2,000 (1996) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nll - Nihali ? 2,000 ? (1991) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ipk ik Inupiat, Inupiaq, Inupiatun Iñupiatun, Iñupiak Latin script (Iñupiaq alphabet) 2,000 Source: Wikipedia (English)
two - Tswapong, Setswapong Latin script ? 2,000 (1997) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
ovd - Elfdalian, Övdalian Övdalsk Latin script 2,900 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
fwa - Fwâi, Poai ? 1,900 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mhn - Mòcheno Bersntoler sproch Latin script 1,900 (1992) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tiw - Tiwi ? 1,700 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
vep - Veps Vepsän kel’ (vepsän kel’) Latin script (Vepsian alphabet) 1,600 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tcx - Toda தோதா ? 1,600 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gct - Colonia Tovar dialect Alemán Coloniero Latin script 1,500 Source: Wikipedia (English)
txo - Toto (no specific script; some texts in Bengali script) 1,411 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
smj - Lule Sami julevsámegiella Latin script 1,000–2,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pkr - Attapady Kurumba, Pal Kurumba (no standard written form?) 1,400 ? (1991) Source: Wikipedia (English)
msq - Caac ? 1,200 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nee - Kumak, Nêlêmwa-Nixumwak ? 1,100 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
stq - Saterland Frisian Seeltersk Latin script 1,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gjr - Gurindji Kriol Gurindji Kriol Latin script 1,000 (2012) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sel - Selkup ? 1,000 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
brw - Bellari ? 1,000 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ima - Mala Malasar (no standard written form?) 1,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wku - Kunduvadi (no standard written form?) 1,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pty - Pathiya (no standard written form?) 1,000 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
jaz - Jawe, Diahoue, Njawe, Oubatch, Ubach ? 990 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mns - Mansi маньси/моаньсь Cyrillic script 940 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kfe - Kota ? 930 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ncb - Nancowry, Nancoury, Nankwari Nang-kauri ? 930 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nem - Nemi ? 910 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
clc - Chilcotin, Tsilhqot’in, Tsilhqut’in, Tzilkotin Tŝinlhqut’in ? 860 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
axx - Xârâgurè, 'Aragure, Haragure ? 760 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wkl - Kalanadi (no standard written form?) 750 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
crg - Michif, Michif-Cree, Métchif, French Cree Latin script ? 725 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
crx - Carrier Dakeł ? 680 (Carrier and Southern Carrier combined, 2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
caf - Southern Carrier ? 680 (Carrier and Southern Carrier combined, 2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gwi - Gwich’in Dinjii Zhu’ Ginjik Latin script (Northern Athabaskan alphabet) 670 (2007, 2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ikt - Inuvialuktun (Western Canadian Inuit, Western Canadian Inuktitut) Inuvialuktun Latin script 630 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sma - Southern Sami Åarjelsaemien gïele Latin script 600 ? (1992) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gue - Gurindji ? 592 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hoy - Holiya (no standard written form?) 500 (2002) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nio - Nganasan Ñanokåj [?] / næʔ [?] / njaʔ [?] ? 500 (2002) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bpk - Orowe ? 490 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hvk - Haveke ? 450 (Haveke and Bwatoo combined, 2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bwa - Bwatoo ? 450 (Haveke and Bwatoo combined, 2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kwk - Kwak'wala ? 450 (2016) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bcr - Babine-Witsuwit'en, Nadot’en-Wets’uwet’en Witsuwit'en ? 430 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pih - Pitcairn-Norfolk (Norfolkese, Pitcairn English) ? 430 (2011) Source: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
sii - Shompen ? 400 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
dal - Dahalo ? 400 (1992) Source: Wikipedia (English)
cim - Cimbrian Zimbar Latin script 400 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
all - Allar ? 350 (1994) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tce - Southern Tutchone ? 350 (Southern & Northern Tutchone, 2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ttm - Northern Tutchone ? 350 (Southern & Northern Tutchone, 2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sjd - Kildin Sami Кӣллт са̄мь кӣлл Cyrillic script 340 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sms - Skolt Sami sääʹmǩiõll, nuõrttsääʹmǩiõll Latin script 320 (1995–2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aek - Haeke, ’Aeke ? 300 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
koy - Koyukon Denaakkenaageʼ, Denaakkʼe, Dinaak̲'a Latin script 300 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
smn - Inari Sami anarâškielâ Latin script 300 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pme - Pwaamei ? 290 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mrk - Hmwaveke, ’Moaveke ? 200 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aaf - Aranadan, Aranatan (no standard written form?) 200 ? (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mik - Mikasuki (Miccosukee, Mikisúkî, Hitchiti-Mikasuki) Hitchiti-Mikasuki Latin script 190 Source: Wikipedia (English)
nud - Ngala, Sogap ? 180 Source: Wikipedia (English)
piz - Pije ? 180 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
srs - Sarcee, Tsuut’ina, Tsuu T’ina, Tsu T’ina Tsúùt’ínà ? 170 (2011) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aqr - Arhâ ? 170 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bea - Dane-zaa, Danezaa, Beaver, Tsattine ? 160 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
vis - Vishavan ? 150 (1994) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nek - Neku ? 130 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tau - Upper Tanana, Tabesna, Nabesna Neeʼaandeegnʼ Latin script (Northern Athabaskan alphabet) 110 (1997-2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tsd - Tsakonian, Tsaconian, Tzakonian, Tsakonic τσακώνικα Greek alphabet a few hundred? (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mkt - Vamale ? 100 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aht - Ahtna Atnakenaege’ Latin script (Ahtna alphabet) 80 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tfn - Dena’ina, Tanaina Dena’ina Qenaga, Dena'inaq' Latin script (Dena'ina alphabet) 75 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wym - Wymysorys, Vilamovian, Wilamowicean Wymysiöeryś Latin script 70 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
tcb - Tanacross, Transitional Tanana Neeʼaandegʼ Latin script 60 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
rmi - Lomavren [(Armenian) Bosa/Bosha] Լոմավրեն (Armenian?) 50 Source: Wikipedia (English)
tht - Tahltan Tałtan ẕāke ? 45 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ing - Deg Xinag Degexit’an Latin script (Northern Athabaskan alphabet) 40 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kuu - Upper Kuskokwim Dinakʼi Latin script (Northern Athabaskan alphabet) 40 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sje - Pite Sami, Arjeplog Sami Bidumsámegiella Latin script 25-50 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pop - Pwapwâ, Poapoa ? 40 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
enf - Forest Enets Онаь базаан Cyrillic script 40 (Forest Enets + Tundra Enets, 2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
enh - Tundra Enets Онаь базаан Cyrillic script 40 (Forest Enets + Tundra Enets, 2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sek - Sekani Tse'khene ? 30 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sju - Ume Sami Ubmejensámien giella Latin script 20 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
haa - Hän Häł gołan Latin script (Dené alphabet) 20 (1997–2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sih - Zire, Sîshëë, Nerë ? 19 (2009) Source: Wikipedia (English)
taa - Lower Tanana, Middle Tanana Menhti Kenaga Latin script (Northern Athabaskan alphabet) 15 (2007) Source: Wikipedia (English)
kkz - Kaska Dene Zágéʼ ? 15 (2014) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bxe - Ongota ? 12 (2012) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lbz - Lardil, Leerdil, Leertil ? 10 (2005) to 50 (2006) Source: Wikipedia (English)
aok - Arhö ? 10 (2000) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mud - Mednyj Aleut, Copper Island Creole, Copper Island Aleut ? 5 ? (2004); 10-12 (1996) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gyd - Kayardild ? 8 (2005) to 25 (2006 census) Source: Wikipedia (English)
yuc - Yuchi (Tsoyaha) ? 4 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sjt - Ter Sami (saa´mekiill) (no standard written form) 2 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
lrz - Lemerig ? 2 (2010) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ccc - Chamicuro ? 2 (2004) Source: Wikipedia (English)
hmo ho Hiri Motu, Police Motu, Pidgin Motu Police Motu Latin script "very few" (120,000 L2) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Ethnologue
pey - Petjo, Petjoh, Petjok, Pecok Latin script "some" (2007) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
tgx - Tagish Tā̀gish ? 1 (2001) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wep - Westphalian Wäästfaalisch Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
jut - Jutlandic, Jutish jysk Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
vmd - Mudu Koraga Kannada script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
kxl - Nepali Kurux (Dhangar) ? ? (see Kurukh) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xis - Kisan ? ? (see Kurukh) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nob nb Norwegian Bokmål Norsk bokmål Latin script (Norwegian alphabet) 0 (written only) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nno nn Norwegian Nynorsk Norsk nynorsk Latin script (Norwegian alphabet) 0 (written only) Source: Wikipedia (English)
(nor) - Norwegian Høgnorsk ("High Norwegian") Høgnorsk / Landsmål Latin script (Norwegian alphabet) ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
bxg - Bangala ? ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
ull - Ullatan (no standard written form?) 0? Source: Wikipedia (English)
uby - Ubykh, Ubyx, Pekhi tʷaχəbza (no standard written form) 0 (since 1992) Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipédia (français)
bik - Bikol (language group) Source: Wikipedia (English)
bua - Buryat буряад хэлэн, buriaad xelen Cyrillic script, Mongolian script, Vagindra script, Latin script Source: Wikipedia (English)
chm - Mari марий йылме, marij jəlme Source: Wikipedia (English)
del - Delaware Source: Wikipedia (English)
din - Dinka Source: Wikipedia (English)
doi - Dogri डोगरी Devanagari, Perso-Arabic script Source: Wikipedia (English)
gba - Gbaya Source: Wikipedia (English)
gon - Gondi Gunjala Gondi Lipi, Gondi script, Devanagari, Telugu script Source: Wikipedia (English)
grb - Grebo Source: Wikipedia (English)
hai - Haida Source: Wikipedia (English)
jrb - Judeo-Arabic languages Source: Wikipedia (English)
kln - Kalenjin Source: Wikipedia (English)
kpe - Kpelle Kpɛlɛwoo Kpelle syllabary, African reference alphabet Source: Wikipedia (English)
kpe - Kpelle Kpɛlɛwoo Kpelle syllabary, African reference alphabet Source: Wikipedia (English)
luy - Luhya, Luyia ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
man - Manding languages ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
oji - Ojibwe, Chippewa Anishinaabemowin, ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᒧᐎᓐ Latin script, Ojibwe syllabics Source: Wikipedia (English)
tmh - Tuareg languages Latin script, Tifinagh, Arabic script Source: Wikipedia (English)
syc - Syriac ܫܢܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ Syriac abjad Source: Wikipedia (English)
zap - Zapotec languages Source: Wikipedia (English)
aga - Aguano ? (Extinct? See Chamicuro) Source: Wikipedia (English)
jvd - Javindo (Krontjong) Latin script 0 (possibly extinct) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
brc - Berbice Creole Dutch (Berbice-Nederlands) Latin script 0 Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
skw - Skepi Creole Dutch Latin script 0 (extinct site 1998) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
njr - Njerep ? 0 (extinct site 1998) Source: Wikipedia (English)
dcr - Negerhollands Latin script 0 (extinct since 1987) Sources: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Nederlands)
glv gv Manx (Manx Gaelic) Gaelg (y Ghaelg, y Ghailck) Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
gmh - Middle High German diutsch, tiutsch Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
goh - Old High German diutisk Runic script, Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cor kw Cornish Kernowek Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lng - Lombardic, Langobardic Latin script, Runic script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
odt - Old Dutch Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
dum - Middle Dutch Diets Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xlg - Ancient Ligurian ? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
got - Gothic 𐌲𐌿𐍄𐌹𐍃𐌺𐍉𐍂𐌰𐌶𐌳𐌰 (gutisko razda) Gothic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English), Wikipedia (Norsk bokmål)
xli - Liburnian (no standard written form) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
cms - Messapian, Messapic Messapian script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xpg - Phrygian Greek script; Phoenician-derived script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
txh - Thracian Greek script (only four inscriptions) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xdc - Dacian ? (no known inscriptions) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xmk - Ancient Macedonian Greek script? (or unwritten?) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
scx - Sicel Greek script? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xls - Lusitanian Latin alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ave ae Avestan (no native script) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pka - Magadhi Prakrit ? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pmh - Maharashtri Prakrit ? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
psu - Shauraseni ? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xlu - Cuneiform Luwian (CLuwian) Cuneiform 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hlu - Hieroglyphic Luwian (HLuwian) Anatolian hieroglyphs 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xlc - Lycian Lycian script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xld - Lydian Lydian script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
osc - Oscan Old Italic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xhr - Hernican Old Italic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
umc - Marrucinian Old Italic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
pgn - Paelignian, Paeligni Old Italic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xum - Umbrian Umbrian, Old Italic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xvo - Volscian Old Italic alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
spx - South Picene Picene alphabets 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ims - Marsian ? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xae - Aequian ? (two inscriptions) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xvs - Vestinian ? (two inscriptions) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xvn - Vandalic ? 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
yol - Yola; Forth and Bargy dialect ? 0 (mid 19th century) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xcu - Curonian ? 0 (16th century) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xsv - Sudovian ? 0 (17th century?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xgl - Galindian ? (no extant writings) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
sxl - Selonian ? 0 (16th century) Source: Wikipedia (English)
czk - Knaanic ? 0 (Middle Ages) Source: Wikipedia (English)
orv - Old East Slavic ? 0 (15th century) Source: Wikipedia (English)
prg - Old Prussian ? 0 (18th century) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xzm - Semigallian ? 0 (16th century?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xlp - Lepontic Lepontic alphabet (derived from Etruscan alphabet?) 0 (100 BC) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xpi - Pictish (scattered incidences of Ogham script) 0 (1100 AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ett - Etruscan Etruscan alphabet 0 (180 BC) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xtg - Transalpine Gaulish ? 0 (6th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xga - Galatian ? 0 (6th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xcg - Cisalpine Gaulish ? 0 (1st century BC?) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nrc - Noric, Eastern Celtic (northern Italic alphabet) 0 (6th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xce - Celtiberian, Northeastern Hispano-Celtic Celtiberian script 0 (1st century BC) Source: Wikipedia (English)
owl - Old Welsh Latin script 0 (12th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wlm - Middle Welsh Latin script 0 (15th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
xcb - Cumbric ? (no contemporary written records) 0 (12th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
pgl - Primitive Irish, Archaic Irish Ogham 0 (6th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sga - Old Irish Latin script 0 (10th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
mga - Middle Irish Gaelic alphabet (Latin script) 0 (12th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
ghc - Classical Gaelic Latin script 0 (18th century AD) Source: Wikipedia (English)
gmy - Mycenaean Greek Linear B 0 (12th century BC) Source: Wikipedia (English)
nbg - Nagarchal ? 0 (extinct since late 20th C.) Source: Wikipedia (English)
zsk - Kaskian, Kaška ? 0 (Bronze Age) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sia - Akkala Sami Latin script 0 (since 2003) Source: Wikipedia (English)
sjk - Kemi Sami Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
url - Urali (no standard written form?) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
hoi - Holikachuk Doogh Qinag Latin script (Northern Athabaskan alphabet) 0 (prior to 2012) Source: Wikipedia (English)
txc - Tsetsaut Wetaŀ ? 0 (mid 20th century) Source: Wikipedia (English)
qwt - Kwalhioqua-Clatskanie, Kwalhioqua–Tlatskanai ? 0 (before 1930) Source: Wikipedia (English)
wmn - Waamwang ? 0 (no date) Source: Wikipedia (English)
oar - Old Aramaic (Aramaic?) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
epo eo Esperanto Esperanto Latin script (Esperanto alphabet) 2,000 ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
ina ia Interlingua Interlingua Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
ile ie Interlingue (Occidental) Interlingue Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
ido io Ido Ido Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
vol vo Volapük Volapük Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
afh - Afrihili El-Afrihili Latin script (Afrihili alphabet) ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
tlh - Klingon tlhIngan Hol Latin alphabet, Klingon alphabets ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
jbo - Lojban la .lojban. Latin and others ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
nov - Novial Novial Latin script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
lfn - Lingua Franca Nova Lingua Franca Nova Latin script, Cyrillic script ? Source: Wikipedia (English)
lzh - Classical Chinese 文言 (文言文, 古文) Chinese characters (traditional) 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
xct - Classical Tibetan Tibetan script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
otb - Old Tibetan Tibetan script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
lat la Latin Latina (Lingua latīna) Latin alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
grc - Ancient Greek Ἑλληνική Greek alphabet 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
ang - Old English Ænglisc, Anglisc, Englisc Latin script (Old English alphabet), Runic 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
chu cu Old Church Slavonic (Old Church Slavic) (& Church Slavonic (New Church Slavonic)) ⰔⰎⰑⰂⰡⰐⰠⰔⰍⰟ, Словѣньскъ Glagolitic script, Cyrillic script 0 Sources: Wikipedia (English), (Wikipedia (English))
pli pi Pali, Pāli पालि Brāhmī, Brāhmī-derived scripts, Latin script 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)
vsn - Vedic Sanskrit संस्कृतम् 0 Source: Wikipedia (English)