In Aklanon, you can say "Damo gid nga salamat" to express thank you very much.
Mayad-ayad nga agahon! is an Aklanon equivalent of the Tagalog phrase Magandang umaga! The phrase translates as "Good morning!" in English. The pronunciation will be "MA-gan-DANG oo-MA-ga" in Tagalog.
boholano cebuano ilonggo waray rombloanon hamtikanon bisaya aklanon badjao ilonggo waray magahat
waray, boholanon, magahak, cebuano, ilonggo, maranao, monobo, bisaya at badjao..Iba't ibang Kasagutan:1. Ang mga pangkat-etniko sa visayas ay ang boholanon at magahatsabakano2.boholano,cebuano,ilonggo,waray,rombloanon,hamtikanon,bisaya,aklanon,badjao,ilonggo..Ati-Mahusay na panganagso,mangingisda at mangangalap ng pagkain3. Mga Pangkat Etniko sa PilipinasBoholanoCebuanoIlonggoWarayRombloanonHamtikanonBisayaAklanonBadjaoilonggo4. Ilonggo, waray, boholanon at cebuano...warayboholanonmagahat
List of languages by name: A from WIKIPEDIA * Abanyom (Bantu) * Abaza (Northwest Caucasian) * Abenaki (Algonquian) * Abkhaz or Abkhazian (Northwest Caucasian) * Abujmaria (Dravidian) * Acehnese (Malayo-Polynesian) * Adamorobe Sign Language (Signing) * Adele (Kwa) * Adyghe (Northwest Caucasian) * Afar (Cushitic) * Afrikaans (Germanic) * Afro-Seminole Creole (English-based creole) * Aimaq or Barbari (Iranian) * Aini (Turkic) * Ainu (language isolate) * Akan (Kwa) * Akawaio (Carib) * Akkadian (Semitic) (extinct) * Aklanon (Malayo-Polynesian) * Albanian (Indo-European) * Aleut (Eskimo-Aleut) * Algonquin (Algonquian) * Alemán Coloneiro (Germanic) * Alsatian (Germanic) * Altay (Turkic) * Alutor (Chukotko-Kamchatkan) * American Sign Language (Signing) * Amharic (Semitic) * Amorite (Semitic) (extinct) * Anglo-Saxon or Old English (Germanic) * Amdang (Nilo-Saharan) * Ammonite (Semitic) (extinct) * Andalusian (Romance) * Angaur (Malayo-Polynesian) * Angika (Indo-Aryan) * Anyin (Volta-Congo) * Ao (Tibeto-Burman) * A-Pucikwar (Andamanese) * Arabic (Semitic) * Aragonese (Romance) * Aramaic (Semitic) * Are (Malayo-Polynesian) * Argobba (Semitic) * Aromanian or Macedo-Romanian (Romance) * Armenian (Indo-European) * Arvanitic(Indo-European) * Ashkenazi Hebrew (Semitic) * Ashkun (Indo-Iranian) * Assamese (Indo-Iranian) * Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (Semitic) * Ateso or Teso (Nilotic) * Asi (Malayo-Polynesian) * Asturian (Romance) * Ati (Malayo-Polynesian) * Auslan (Signing) * Avar (Northeast Caucasian) * Avestan (Indo-Iranian) * Awadhi (Indo-Iranian) * Aymara (Aymaran) * Azerbaijani (Turkic)
# Abanyom (Bantu) # Abaza (Northwest Caucasian) # Abenaki (Algonquian) # Abkhaz or Abkhazian (Northwest Caucasian) # Abujmaria (Dravidian) # Acehnese (Malayo-Polynesian) # Adamorobe Sign Language (Signing) # Adele (Kwa) # Adyghe (Northwest Caucasian) # Afar (Cushitic) # Afrikaans (Germanic) # Afro-Seminole Creole (English-based creole) # Aimaq or Barbari (Iranian) # Aini (Turkic) # Ainu (language isolate) # Akan (Kwa) # Akawaio (Carib) # Akkadian (Semitic) (extinct) # Aklanon (Malayo-Polynesian) # Albanian (Indo-European) # Aleut (Eskimo-Aleut) # Algonquin (Algonquian) # Alemán Coloneiro (Germanic) # Alsatian (Germanic) # Altay (Turkic) # Alutor (Chukotko-Kamchatkan) # American Sign Language (Signing) # Amharic (Semitic) # Amorite (Semitic) (extinct) # Anglo-Saxon or Old English (Germanic) # Amdang (Nilo-Saharan) # Ammonite (Semitic) (extinct) # Andalusian (Romance) # Angaur (Malayo-Polynesian) # Angika (Indo-Aryan) # Ao (Tibeto-Burman) # A-Pucikwar (Andamanese) # Arabic (Semitic) # Aragonese (Romance) # Aramaic (Semitic) # Are (Malayo-Polynesian) # Argobba (Semitic) # Aromanian or Macedo-Romanian (Romance) # Armenian (Indo-European) # Arvanitic(Indo-European) # Ashkenazi Hebrew (Semitic) # Ashkun (Indo-Iranian) # Assamese (Indo-Iranian) # Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (Semitic) # Ateso or Teso (Nilotic) # Asi (Malayo-Polynesian) # Asturian (Romance) # Ati (Malayo-Polynesian) # Auslan (Signing) # Avar (Northeast Caucasian) # Avestan (Indo-Iranian) # Awadhi (Indo-Iranian) # Aymara (Aymaran) # Azerbaijani (Turkic) Source: Wikipedia
Ang mga sumusunod ang 175 wika sa Pilipinas: * Agta (Alabat Island) * Agta (Camarines Norte) * Agta (Casiguran Dumagat) * Agta (Central Cagayan) * Agta (Dupaninan) * Agta (Isarog) * Agta (Mt. Iraya) * Agta (Mt. Iriga) * Agta (Remontado) * Agta (Umiray Dumaget) * Agutaynen * Aklanon * Alangan * Alta (Northern) * Alta (Southern) * Arta * Ata * Ati * Atta (Faire) * Atta (Pamplona) * Atta (Pudtol) * Ayta (Abenlen) * Ayta (Ambala) * Ayta (Bataan) * Ayta (Mag-Anchi) * Ayta (Mag-Indi) * Ayta (Sorsogon) * Balangao * Balangingi * Bantoanon * Batak * Bicolano (Albay) * Bicolano (Central) * Bicolano (Iriga) * Bicolano (Hilagang Catanduanes) * Bicolano (Timog Catanduanes) * Binukid * Blaan (Koronadal) * Blaan (Sarangani) * Bolinao * Bontoc (Central) * Buhid * Butuanon * Caluyanun * Capampangan * Capiznon * Cebuano * Cuyonon * Davawenyo * English / Ingles * Español / Kastila / Spanish / Castillian * Filipino * Finallig * Ga'dang * Gaddang * Giangan * Hanunoo * Higaonon * Hiligaynon * Ibaloi * Ibanag * Ibatan * Ifugao (Amganad) * Ifugao (Batad) * Ifugao (Mayoyao) * Ifugao (Tuwali) * Iloko * Ilongot * Inabaknon * Inonhan * Intsik (Mandarin) * Intsik (Min Nan) * Intsik (Yue) * Iranon probinsiya ng Shariff Kabunsuan, Maguindanao, Lanao Del sur at parte ng Zamboanga[pananangguni'y kailangan] * Iraya * Isinai * Isnag * Itawit * Itneg (Adasen) * Itneg (Banao) * Itneg (Binongan) * Itneg (Inlaod) * Itneg (Maeng) * Itneg (Masadiit) * Itneg (Moyadan) * Wikang Ivatan * I-wak * Kagayanen * Kalagan * Kalagan (Kagan) * Kalagan (Tagakaulu) * Kalinga (Butbut) * Kalinga (Limos) * Kalinga (Lower Tanudan) * Kalinga (Lubuagan) * Kalinga (Mabaka Valley) * Kalinga (Madukayang) * Kalinga (Southern) * Kalinga (Upper Tanudan) * Kallahan (Kayapa) * Kallahan (Keley-i) * Kallahan (Tinoc) * Kamayo * Kankanaey * Kankanay (Northern) * Karao * Karolanos * Kasiguranin * Kinaray-a * Magahat * Maguindanao * Malaynon * Mamanwa * Mandaya (Cataelano) * Mandaya (Karaga) * Mandaya (Sangab) * Manobo (Agusan) * Manobo (Ata) * Manobo (Cinamiguin) * Manobo (Cotabato) * Manobo (Dibabawon) * Manobo (Ilianen) * Manobo (Matigsalug) * Manobo (Obo) * Manobo (Rajah Kabunsuwan) * Manobo (Sarangani) * Manobo (Kanlurang Bukidnon) * Mansaka * Mapun * Maranao * Masbatenyo * Molbog * Palawano (Brooke's Point) * Palawano (Central) * Palawano (Southwest) * Pangasinense * Paranan * Philippine Sign Language * Porohanon * Ratagnon * Romblomanon * Sama (Central) * Sama (Pangutaran) * Sama (Southern) * Sambal * Sangil * Sexists * Sorsogon (Masbate) * Sorsogon (Waray) * Subanen (Central) * Subanen (Northern) * Subanon (Kolibugan) * Subanon (Western) * Subanon (Lapuyan) * Sulod * Surigaonon * Tadyawan * Tagabawa * Tagalog * Tagbanwa * Tagbanwa (Calamian) * Tagbanwa (Central) * Tausug * Tawbuid (Eastern) * Tawbuid (Western) * Tboli * Tiruray * Waray-Waray * Yakan * Yogad * Zamboangueño | Chavacano (Chabacano de Zamboanga) * Caviteño | Chavacano (Chabacano de Cavite) * Ternateño | Chavacano (Chabacano de Barra) * Ermiteño | Chavacano (Chabacano de Ermita) * Agta (Dicamay) * Agta (Villa Viciosa) * Ayta (Tayabas) * Katabaga
Bicolano The Bicolanos originated in Bicol, Luzon. There are several Bicolano languages, of which there is a total of about 3.5 million speakers. Their language is referred to as Bikol or Bicolano. IbanagThe Ibanags are an ethnic group numbering around half a million people, who inhabit the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, and Nueva Vizcaya. Ilocano The Ibanag, Ivatan, the Ilocano people are the inhabitants of the lowlands, and coastal areas of northern Luzon. Ilocano are also found in central Luzon, Manila, and some towns in the Visayas, and Mindanao.There are about 8 million speakers of Ilocano, and most of these individuals are Christians. Ivatan The Ivatan are predominant in the Batanes Islands of the Philippines. Kapampangan + The Kapampangan or Capampañgan (English: Pampangan; Spanish: Pampangueño or Pampango) people originate from the central plains of Luzon, starting from Bataan up to Nueva Ecija. The Kapampangan language is spoken by more than two million people, and has been shown to be related to some Indonesian dialects. Most Kapampangans are Catholics.- The Kapampangan or Capampañgan (English: Pampangan; Spanish: Pampangueño or Pampango) people originate from the central plains of Luzon, starting from Bataan up to Nueva Ecija. The Kapampangan language is spoken by more than two million people, and has been shown to be related to some Indonesian dialects. + In the Spanish colonial era, Pampanga was known to be a source of valiant soldiers. There was a Kapampangan contingent in the colonial army who helped defend Manila against the Chinese Pirate Limahon. They also helped in battles against the Dutch, the English and Muslim raiders.:3 Kapampangans, along with the Tagalogs, played a major role in the Philippine Revolution. Moro The Moros comprise of various ethnolinguistic groups in southern, and western Mindanao who are the same as other Filipinos, but whose religion is Islam. The largest of these are the Tausug, the Maguindanao, the Maranao, the Samal, the Yakan, and the Banguingui. These ethnolinguistic groups are different in terms of culture, religion, and have been politically independent. Muslim Filipinos have an independent justice, and education system based in Cotabato City. They form about 5% of the Philippine population, making them the sixth largest ethnic group in the country. Pangasinese Pangasinense are the ninth largest Filipino ethnic group. They originated from the northwestern seaboard of Luzon.  Sambal The Sambal are the inhabitants of the province of Zambales, and the city of Olongapo in the Philippines. Sambals currently make up a large proportion of the population in the municipalities of Zambales province north of Iba. Tagalog The Tagalogs, the first settlers of Manila and its surrounding areas, are one of the most widespread groups of people in the Philippines. . The Tagalog language was chosen as an official language of the Philippines in the 1930s. Today, Filipino, a de facto version of Tagalog, is taught throughout the islands. There are about 22 million native speakers of Tagalog. Visayan The term Visayans refer to several ethnolinguistic groups living in the Visayas region. Some of these individuals are also found in some parts of Mindanao. There are various Visayan languages spoken in the Central Philippine region. They include Cebuano, Ilonggo, and Waray-Waray. There are some ethnolinguistic groups that have languages which are classified as Visayan, but do not identify themselves as Visayan, such as the Tausug, which speak a Visayan language yet are predominantly Muslim. Some of these only use the Visayan identity to refer to those who are Christian.Ethnic groups include the Hiligaynon, Cebuano, Waray, Romblomanon, Masbateño, Karay-a, Aklanon, Cuyonon, etc. Kapampangan The province of Pampanga is traditional homeland of the Kapampangans. Kapampangans now populate a region that extends beyond the political boundaries of the small province of Pampanga. T'boliTheT'boli are one of the indigenous people of Southern Mindanao. -by: baby_thugz017-(Do you know why i know this? Actually this is my project!! hahaha!! in English!! I hope I answered your question! :D)
RIZAL IN DAPITAN Reaction Paper of Edmar Gallebo Sagun BSED -2 Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao Tuguegarao City From June 17, 1892 to July 31, 1896, Dapitan became the bare witness to one of the most fruitful periods in Rizal's life. His stay in the province was more than he was living in exile. It was the period when Rizal had been more focused on serving the people and the society through his civic works, medical practices, land development, promotion of education and of course, coming accross with his one true love, Josephine Bracken. The part of Rizal's life where he came to know Josephine is the most romantic. Their love story was an example of unconditional love because despite of the fact that there were no priest who was willing to marry the them, the couple exchanged their vows before God in their own way. Their love bear its fruit - Josephine was pregnant. Unfortunately, Josephine gave birth to a one-month premature baby boy who lived only for three hours. The child was buried in Dapitan, bearing the name Francisco, after Rizal's father. I got mad with Jose Rizal in the event of Josephines premature birth of the supposedly son of a hero. How come Rizal who was a doctor was so unmindful of Josephine's condition that night when his anger bursted after Maria's accusation of Josephine being a spy? Not only physically but mentally and emotionally, Josephine who was then pregnant was tortured of Rizal's misbehavior which caused her to collapse and ultimately lose the baby in her womb. I can imagine how Rizal's life would be more colorful and interesting if he had a son who lived and continued his good doings. It is really disappointing that losing that baby ends Rizal's direct lineage. If he was not a hero, he would have been long forgotten because his direct ancestry ended when he was killed. However, I believe without a doubt that he really deserves to be our national hero in every man's point of view. People in Dapitan looked up to him, adored and respected him. The young ones had the passion to follow him, learn what he has to teach and follow what he has to instruct. He established a school in Dapitan which was attended by 16 young boys from prominent families. Instead of charging them for the matriculation, he made the students do community projects for him like maintaining his garden and field. He taught them reading, writing in English and Spanish, geography, history, mathematics, industrial work, nature study, morals and gymnastics. He encouraged his students to engage in sports activities to strengthen their bodies as well. There was no formal room, like the typical classroom nowadays. Classes were conducted from 2 p.m to 4 p.m. with the teacher sitting on a hammock while the students sat on a long bamboo bench but still the students spirits were so solid to learning. Rizal also definitely wins my admiration for his being a doctor in that primitive era with limited tools and medicines. He really was good. As a physician, Rizal provided free medicine to his patients, most of them were underprivileged. However, he also had wealthy patients who paid him well enough for his excellent surgical skill. Among them were Don Ignacio Tumarong who gave Rizal 3000 pesos for restoring his sight, an Englishman who gave him 500 pesos, and Aklanon haciendero, Don Francisco Azcarraga, who paid him a cargo of sugar. His skill was put into test in August 1893 when his mother, Doña Teodora Alonzo, was placed under opthalmic surgery for the third time. The operation was a success, however, Alonzo, ignored her son's instructions and removed the bandages in her eyes which lead to irritation and infection. When Dr. Pio Valenzuela came to Dapitan, I thought we would be of a great support to Rizal's undertakings and missions but it was disheartening to later on realize that his visit would just endager Pepe. Prior to the outbreak of the revolution, the Katipunan leader, Andres Bonifacio, seek the advise of Jose Rizal. In a secret meeting on May 2, 1896 at Bitukang Manok river in Pasig, the group agreed to send Dr. Pio Valenzuela as a representative to Dapitan who will inform Rizal of their plan to launch a revolution against the Spaniards. On board the steamer Venus, Valenzuala left Manila on June 15, 1892 and in 6 days, arrived at Dapitan with a blind companion, Raymundo Mata. At night, Rizal and Valenzuela had a talk in the former's garden. There, Valenzuela told him of the Katipunan's plan. Regarding this, Rizal outspokenly objected Bonifacio's "premature" idea for two reasons: 1. the Filipinos were still unready for such bloody revolution; and 2. the Katipunan lacked machinery - before plotting a revolution, there must be sufficient arms and funds collected. Valenzuela also told Rizal of their plan to rescue him in Dapitan. Again, the exiled hero disagreed because he had no plan of breaking his word of honor to the Spanish authorities. This reality was presented to the court but was ignored. But prior to keeping Rizal in captive by the government, was his sad farewell to Dapitan. At midnight of July 31, 1896, he left Dapitan on board the steamer España, together with Narcisa, Josephine, Angelica (Narcisa's daughter), three nephews and six of his students. Many were saddened as the adopted son of Dapitan left. In Cebu, on their way to Manila, Rizal successfully performed an opthalmic operation to a merchant who paid him fifty silver pesos. After almost a week, on August 6, 1896, España arrived in Manila. Rizal was supposedly to board the Isla de Luzon for Spain, but unfortunately, left ahead of time. Instead, he was transferred to the Spanish cruiser Castilla to stay and wait for the next mail boat that woul sail for Spain next month. He was prohibited from leaving the vicinity but was allowed to accept visitors so long as they were his immediate family. Of course, all these delays were part of the drama - Rizal has now fallen to the critical/deadly Spanish trap. Before Rizal's final moment in Bagumbayan were court proceedings. On one of these moments where he spoke of Education and NOT rebellion as his weapon to liberating the country and the people from the Spanish tyranny, and as far I know, Rizal had perfectly became triumphant in his objective especially these days where Filipinos are known worldwide of being well educated.
Main article: Bicolano people The Bicolanos originated in Bicol, Luzon. There are several Bicolano languages, of which there is a total of about 3.5 million speakers.Their language is referred to as Bikol or Bicolano. Main article: Ibanag people The Ibanags are an ethnic group numbering around half a million people, who inhabit the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, and Nueva Vizcaya. Main article: Ilocano people The Ibanag, Ivatan, the Ilocano people are the inhabitants of the lowlands, and coastal areas of northern Luzon. Ilocano are also found in central Luzon, Manila, and some towns in the Visayas, and Mindanao.  There are about 8 million speakers of Ilocano, and most of these individuals are Christians. Main article: Ivatan people The Ivatan are predominant in the Batanes Islands of the Philippines. Main article: Kapampangan people The Kapampangan or Capampañgan people originated from the central plains of Luzon in Bataan, and Nueva Ecija. The Kapampangan language is spoken by about two million people. Most Kapampangans are Christians. Main articles: Moro people, Maguindanao, Maranao, Tausug, Bajau, Yakan, Sangir, Illanun, and Banguingui The Moros comprise of various ethnolinguistic groups in southern, and western Mindanao who are the same as other Filipinos, but whose religion is Islam. The largest of these are the Tausug, the Maguindanao, the Maranao, the Samal, the Yakan, and the Banguingui. These ethnolinguistic groups are different in terms of culture, religion, and have been politically independent. Muslim Filipinos have an independent justice, and education system based in Cotabato City. They form about 5% of the Philippine population, making them the sixth largest ethnic group in the country. Main article: Pangasinan people Pangasinense are the ninth largest Filipino ethnic group. They originated from the northwestern seaboard of Luzon.  Main article: Sambal people The Sambal are the inhabitants of the province of Zambales, and the city of Olongapo in the Philippines. Sambals currently make up a large proportion of the population in the municipalities of Zambales province north of Iba. Main article: Tagalog people Tagalog are found in Manila, Mindoro, and Marinduque.The Tagalog language was chosen as an official language of the Philippines in the 1930s. Today, Filipino, a de facto version of Tagalog, is taught throughout the islands. There are about 22 million native speakers of Tagalog. Main articles: Visayans, Cebuano people, Hiligaynon people, and Waray people Visayans are an ethnic group living in the Visayas region. Some of these individuals are also found in some parts of Mindanao. There are various Visayan languages spoken in the Central Philippine region. They include Cebuano, Ilonggo, and Waray-Waray. There are some ethnolinguistic groups that have languages which are classified as Visayan, but do not identify their ethnic group as Visayan, such as the Muslim Filipino ethnolinguistic group known as the Tausug. Some of these individuals only use the Visayan identity to refer to those who are Christian. Ethnic groups include the Hiligaynon, Cebuano, Waray, Romblomanon, Masbateño, Karay-a, Aklanon, Cuyonon, various dialects, and other ethnic groups. Main article: Tribal groups of the Philippines There are more than 100 highland, lowland, and coastland tribal groups in the Philippines. These include: == The Badjao are found in the Sulu Archipelago. == The Igorot (Bontoc, Ibaloi, Ifugao, Isneg, Kalinga, Kankana-ey), live in the highlands of Luzon. They are primarily located in the Cordillera Administrative Region. == The Ilongot are a headhunting ethnic group found in the Caraballo Mountains. == The Lumad of Mindanao includes several tribes such as the Manobo, the Tasaday, the Mamanwa, the Mandaya, and the Kalagan. They primarily inhabit the eastern parts of Mindanao such as the Caraga, and Davao Regions. == The Mangyan are found in Mindoro. == The Negrito, Aeta, Batak, and Mamanwa lived in remote areas throughout the islands. == The tribes of Palawan are a diverse group of tribes primarily located in the island of Palawan. Main article: Chinese Filipino Filipinos of Chinese ancestry forms a minority in the Philippine population.Most migrations of Chinese to the Philippines started during the Spanish colonial period, when foreign trade with other countries were opened to the Philippines. Their official population are unknown.  Main article: Filipinos of Spanish descent Filipinos of Spanish ancestry forms a minority in the Philippine population. Most of these mestizos are descendance from the Spanish, and Mexican settlers who settled in the islands during the Spanish colonial period. The official population of Filipinos mixed with Spanish ancestry is unknown, however according to recent research study by Stanford University, stated that about 3.6% of the Philippine population has varied mixtures of European ancestry. Main article: Filipinos of American descent Filipinos of American ancestry forms a minority in the Philippine population. Some of these multiracial individuals are descendance from American settlers during the United States colonial period; or tourist who have settled in the Philippines in the contemporary period. Their official population are unknown. Main article: Filipinos of Arab descent Arabs forms a minority in the Philippine population. Their official population are unknown. Main article: Filipinos of Indian descent East Indian forms a minority in the Philippine population. Their official population are unknown. Main article: Filipinos of Japanese descent Persons of Japanese descent form a minority in the Philippine population. Their official population are unknown. Main article: Jews in the Philippines Jews forms a minority in the Philippine population. Their official population are unknown. Main article: Koreans in the Philippines Koreans are approximately numbered a few hundred. Most are tourist or students studying in the Philippines. Main article: Filipinos of Mexican descent Filipinos of Mexican descent form a minority of population. Their official population are unknown. Other ethnic groups include British, Belgian, Dutch, Italian, German, Polish, French, Scandinavian, Brazilian, Australian, New Zealander, Belgian, Russian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese, and other ethnic groups.
Wika/Dyalekto(Language/Dialect)Kung Saan Sinasalita(Where Spoken)1. AGTA, Alabat Island(Alabat Island Dumagat)Silangang Lalawigan ng Quezon,Luzon2. AGTA, Camarines Norte(Manide, Agiyan)Luzon, Santa Elena at Labo,Camarines Norte3. AGTA, Sentral Cagayan(Central Cagayan Dumagat)Hilagang Silangan ng Luzon4. AGTA, Dicamay(Dicamay Dumagat)Luzon, Isabela (malapit sa Jones)5. AGTA, Silangang CagayanHilagang Silangang Luzon, TimogDavilacan Bay at Palaui Island saHilaga6. AGTA, IsarogMt. Isarog, Silangang Lunsod ngNaga, Lalawigan ng Bikol; Luzon7. AGTA, Kabuluwen(Ditayun Alta, Ditayun Dumagat)Lalawigan ng Quezon; Luzon8. AGTA, Mt. Iraya(Inagta ng Mt. Iraya, Rugnot ngSilangang Lake Buhi, ItbegRugnot)Silangang Lake Buhi, Lalawigan ngBikol; Luzon9. AGTA, Mt. Iriga(San Ramon Inagta, KanlurangLake Buhi, Mt. Iriga Negrito)Silangang Lunsod ng Iriga,Kanlurang Lake Buhi, MgaLalawigan ng Bikol; Luzon10. AGTA, Remotado(Hatang-Kayey)Luzon; Santa Inez, Lalawigan ngRizal Paimouhan, Gen. Nakar,Quezon11. AGTA, VillaviciosaLuzon, Lalawigan ng Abra12. AGUTAYNONHilagang mga lalawigan ng Cuyo,Palawan13. AKLANON(Aklan, Panay)Lalawigan ng Aklan, pahilagangPanay14. ALANGANHilagang Sentral ng Mindoro15. AMBALALuzon; Lalawigan ng Bataan16. ATAMabinay, Negros Oriental17. ATIPulo ng Panay, Maliit na pangkat salahat ng lalawigan18. ATTA, Faire(Katimugang Alta)Malapit sa Faire, Rizal, Lalawiganng Cagayan; Luzon19. ATTA, Pamplona(Kahilagaang Cagayan Negrito)Hilagang Kanluranin ng Lalawiganng Cagayan; Luzon20. ATTA, PudtolPudtol, Kalinga-Apayao; Luzon21. AYTA, MarivelesMariveles, Bataan; Luzon22. AYTA, TayabasTayabas, Quezon; Luzon23. BAGOBO(Jangan, Giangan, GvangaGulanga)Lunsod ng Davao, Mindanao;Silangang Dahilig ng Mt. Apo,Davao del Sur24. BALANGAO(Balangao Bontoc, Gulanga)Silanganing Lalawigan Bontoc;Luzon25. BALOGAFloridablanca, Pampanga; Luzon26. BANTUANON(Banton, Odionganon,Sibalenhon)Banton, Simara, Maestro de Ocampoat mga pulo ng Tablas, Romblon,sa pagitan ng Masbate at Mindoro27. BATAGNONDulong Katimugan ng Mindoro28. BATAK(Babuyan, Tinitianes,Palawan Batak)Palawan29. BIKOLANO, AlbayKanluraning Lalawigan Albay atBuhi, Camarines Sur; Luzon30. BIKOLANO, Central(Bicol)Katimugang Catanduanes,Kahilagaang Sorsogon, Albay,Camarines Norte at Sur; Luzon31. BIKOLANO, Iriga(Riconada, Bicolano)Lunsod ng Iriga, Baao, Nabua,Bato, Camarines Sur; Luzon32. BIKOLANO, KahilagaangCatanduanesLuzon; Kahilagaang Catanduanes,Silangang Bicol33. BIKOLANO, KatimugangCatanduanesLuzon; Katimugang Silangang Bikol34. BINUKID(Binukid Manobo)Hilagang Sentral Mindanao,Katimugang Bukidnon, hilagangsilangang Cotabato, Agusan del Sur35. BLAAN, Koronadala(Koronadal Bilaan, Bilanes,Biraan, Baraan, Tagalgad)Lalawigan ng Timog Cotabato,Mindoro36. BLAAN, Saranggani(Bilaan, Balud, Tumanao)Lalawigan sa Timog Cotabato,Saranggani Peninsula; Mindanao37. BOLINAO(Bolinao Sambal, Bolinao Zambal)Lalawigan sa KanlurangPangasinan; Luzon38. BONTOC, Sentral(Igorot)Bulubunduking Lalawigang Sentral;Luzon39. BONTOC, Silanganin(Katimugang Bontoc,Kadaklan-Barlig Bontoc)Bulubunduking Lalawigang Sentral;Luzon40. BUHID(Bukil, Bangon)Katimugang Mindoro41. BUTUANONLunsod ng Butuan, Mindanao42. CALUYANUN(Caluynanen, Caluyanyon)Mga pulo ng Caluyan, Antique43. CAPIZNON(Capisano, Capiseno)Hilagang-Silanganing Panay44. CEBUANO(Sugbuhanon, Mindanao Visayan,Visayan, Sebuano)Negros, Cebu, Bohol Visayas at mgabahagi ng Mindanao45. CHAVACANO(Zamboangeño, Chabakano)Naninirahang Kastilang Creole saMindanao46. CUYONON(Cuyono, Cuyunon, Cuyo,Kuyunon)Baybaying dagat ng Palawan, mgapulo ng Cuyo a pagitan ng Palawanat Panay47. DAVAWENO(Matino, Davaono)Batayang Kastilang Creole saMindanao48. DAVAWENO ZAMBOANGENODavao Oriental, Davao del Sur,Mindanao49. DUMAGAT, Casiguran(Casiguran Agta)Baybaying dagat Silangan ng Luzon;hilagang lalawigan ng Quezon50. DUMAGAT, Umiray(Umirey Dumagat, Umiray Agta)Lalawigan ng Quezon; Luzon51. FILIPINOPambansang Wika ng Pilipinas52. GA'DANG(Gaddang)Silanganing LalawigangBulubundukin, Katimugang Isabela,Nueva Viscaya; Luzon53. HANONOO(Hanunoo)Katimugang Oriental Mindoro54. HILIGAYNON(Ilonggo)Iloilo, Capiz, Panay, NegrosOccidental, Visayas55. IBALOI(Inibalo, Nabaloi, Benguet-Igorot,Igodor)Sentral at Katimugang LalawigangBenguet, Kanluraning lalawigan ngNueva Viscaya; Luzon56. IBANAGIsabela at Cagayan; Luzon57. IBATAAN(Babuyan, Ibatan, Ivatan)Babuyan Island, hilagang Luzon58. IFUGAO, AmganadIfugao, Luzon59. IFUGAO, BatadIfugao, Luzon60. IFUGAO, Kiangan(Gilipanes, Quiangan)Ifugao, Luzon61. ILOCANO(Iloko, Ilokano)Hilagang-kanluranin ng Luzon,La Union at mga lalawigan ngIlocos, Cagayan Valley, Babuyan,Mindoro, Mindanao62. ILONGOT(Bugkalut, Bukalot, Lingotes)Silanganing Nueva Vizcaya,Kanluraning Quirino; Luzon63. INGLESIsa sa pangalawang wika ngPilipinas64. IRAYAKahilagaang Mindoro65. ISINAI, Insinai(Isinay, Inmeas)Luzon, Bambang, Dupax at Aritao,Nueva Vizcaya66. ISNAG(Dibagat-Kabugao-Isneg, Isneg)Kahilagaang Apayao, Luzon67. ITAWIT(Itawit, Tawit, Itawes)Luzon; Katimugang Cagayan68. ITNEG, Adasen(Addasen Tinguian)Hilagang-silangan ng Abra69. ITNEG, Binongan(Tinguian)Ba-ay Valley at Licuan, Abra; Luzon70. ITNEG, MasadiitSallapadan at Bucloc, Abra; Luzon71. ITNEG, Katimugan(Lubo-Tiempo Itneg)Luzon, Katimugang lalawigan ngAbra72. IVATAN(Basco Ivatan)Basco, Mga pulo ng Batanes73. IWANK(I-wak)Naninirahan sa sumusunod nalugar: Tojongan, Bakes, Lebeng,Chimulpus, Kayo-ko, Salaksak(Kayapa) at Kalayuang silangangItogon, Lalawigan ng Benguet; Luzon74. KAGAYANEN(Cagayano Cillo)Pulo ng Cagayan, Baybaying Dagatng Palawan sa Pagitan ng Negros atPalawan75. KALAGANSa kahabaan ng silangan atkanlurang baybaying dagat ngDavao del Sur at Davao Oriental76. KALAGAN, Kagan(Kaagan, Kagan, Kalagan)Lunsod ng Davao, Mindanao77. KALAGAN, Tagakaulu(Tagakaolo)Katimugang Mindanao78. KALINGA, ButbutLuzon; Butbut, Tinglayan,Kalinga-Apayao79. KALINGA, GuinaangSilanganing Abra atKalinga-Apayao, Luzon80. KALINGA, LimosLuzon, Kalinga-Apayao81. KALINGA, Mabaka Valley(Mabaka Itneg, Kal-uwan)Luzon, Timog-SilangangKalinga-Apayao82. KALINGA, MadukayangKatimugang lalawigangBulubundukin, Luzon83. KALINGA, Southern(Sumadel-Tinglayan, Kalinga)Katimugang Kalinga-Apayao, Luzon84. KALINGA, TanudanKatimugang Kalainga-Apayao,Luzon85. KALLAHAN, Kayapa(Kalangoya, Kalanguyya, Kalkali)Kanluraning Nueva Viscaya86. KALLAHAN, Keley-1(Antipolo Ifugao)Napayo, Kiangan, Ifugao87. KAMAYOSurigao del Sur, sa pagitan ngMarihatag at Lingig, Mindanao88. KANKANAEY(Sentral Kankanaey, Kankanai,Kankanay)Kahilagaang Lalawigan ng Benguet,Timog kanluranin ng lalawigangBulubundukin, Timog-Silangan ngIlocos Sur, hilagang silangan ng LaUnion, Luzon89. KANKANAY, Kahilagaan(Sagada Igorot, KanluraningBontoc)Kanluraning lalawigangBulubundukin, Timog SilangangIlocos Sur, Luzon90. KARAOKarao, Bokod, lalawigan ng Benguet,Luzon91. KAROLANOSSentral ng Pilipinas92. KASIGURANCasiguran, Quezon; Luzon93. KINARAY-A(Hinaray-a, Karay-a, Antiqueno,Hamtinon)Mga lalawigan ng Antique,Kanluraning Panay94. LOOCNONKatimugang pulo ng Tabias95. MAGAHAT(Bukidnon, Ata-Man)Timog-Kanluraning negros, Mt.Amiyo malapit sa Bayawari96. MAGINDANAON(Magindanao, Magindana)Maguindanao; Iranum,Maguindanao; Hilagangn Cotabato,Timog Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat atZamboanga del Sur, Iranum saBukidnon; Mindanao97. MALAYNONMalay, Hilagang-kanluranin ngAklan, Panay (kapatagan)98. MAMANWA(Mamanwa Negrito,Minamanwa, Mamanwa Sambal)Agusan del Norte at Surigao,Mindanao99. MANDAYA, CataelanoDavao Oriental, Mindanao100. MANDAYA, Karaga(Manay Mandayan, MangaraganMandaya)Davao Oriental, Mindanao101. MANDAYA, SangadMindanao102. MANOBO, AgusanMindanao, Hilagang KanluraningDavao103. MANOBO, Ata(Ata ng Davao)Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur,Mindanao104. MANOBO, CotabatoTimog Cotabato, Mindanao105. MANOBO, Dibabawon(Mandaya, Dibabaon, Debabaon)Manguagan, Davao del Norte,Mindanao106. MANOBO, IlianenKahilagaang Cotabato, Mindanao107. MANOBO, Matig-SalugDavao del Norte, Timog-silangangBukidnon, Mindanao108. MANOBO, Obo(Obo Bagobo, Bagobo,Kidapawan Manobo)Sa pagitan ng Davao del Sur atHilagang Cotabato, Mindanao109. MANOBO, Rajah KabungsuanKatimugang Surigao del Sur110. MANOBO, SarangganiKatimugan at Silangang Davao,Mindanao111. MANOBO, TagabawaKatimugang Surigao del Sur112. MANOBO, KanluraningBukidnonMindanao, Lunsod ng Davao,Dalisid ng Mt. Apo113. MANOBO(Mandaya Mansaka)Silangang Davao at mga lalawiganng Davao Oriental114. MARANAO(Ranao, Maranaw)Silangang Davao at mga lalawiganng Davao Oriental115. MASBATEÑO(Minasbate)Kasama ang Sorsogon, Masbate attatlong pulo116. MOLBOGPulo ng Balabas, KatimugangPalawan117. PALAWANO, Brooke's PointTimog Silangang Palawan118. PALAWANO, Sentral(Quezon Palawano, Palawanen)Kasama ang Timog KanlurangPalawano, Katimugang Palawan119. PALAWANO, Timog KanluranTimog Kanlurang Palawan mula saCanipaan hanggang Canduaga120. PAMPANGAN(Pampango)Pampanga, Tarlac, at Bataan; Luzon121. PANGASINANPangasinan; Luzon122. PARANAN(Palanenyo)Silangang baybaying dagat, Isabela,Luzon, napapaligiran ng bundok123. POROHANON(Camotes)Mga pulo ng Camotes124. ROMBLOMANON(Romblon)Romblon at mg pulo ng Sibuyanbahagi ng Silangang pulo ng Tablas,Hilagang Panay125. SAMA, Abaknon(Abaknon, Inbaknon, Capul,Capuleño)Capul Island na katabi ng SanBernardino Strait, HilangangKanlurang Samar126. SAMA, Balangingi(Baangingi; KahilagaangSinama)Kapuluran ng Sulu sa hilagangsilangang Jolo, baybaying dagat ngZamboanga, Kanluraning Mindanao127. SAMA, Sentral(Siasi Sama, Sentral Sinama)Sulu, baybaying dagat ng Sabah,kalapit ng Malaysia128. SAMA, Mapun(Cagayan de Sulu, Jama Mapun,Cagayanon)Cagayan de Sulu at Palawan, gayondin sa Sabah, kalapit ng Malaysia129. SAMA, PangutaranKanlurang Sentral ng Sulu,Kanlurang Jolo; Mindanao130. SAMA, KatimuganMga kapuluang sumusunod saBorneo Katimugang Sulu, mgapangkat at Tawi-Tawi; Simunul,Sibulu, at iba pang pangunahingpulo131. SAMBAL, Botolan(Aeta Negrito, Botolan Zambal)Sentral Luzon, Zambales132. SAMBAL, Tina(Tino)Kahilagaang Zambales, Luzon133. SANGIHE(Sangil, Singerese)Indonesia, mga pulo ng Balut labasng Mindanao134. SANGIRE(Snagil, Singgil)Pulo ng Balut, labas ng Mindanao135. SORSOGON, MasbateKahilagaang Sorsogon, Sorsogon(Bicolano)Luzon, Sorsogon, Casiguran atJuban, lalawigan ng Sorsogon136. SORSOGON, Waray(Katimugang Sorsogon, BikolSorsogon)Katimugang lalawigan ng Sorsogon137. SUBANON, Tuboy-SalogTubay, Sergio Osmeña, Mutia,Zamboanga del Norte; Salog,Misamis Occidental; Mindanao138. SUBANON, Kanluranin(Siocon)Mindanao, Zamboanga Peninsula139. SUBANUN, Lapuyan(Lapuyen, Margosatubig)Mga Sub-peninsula ng Sulu saSilangang Zamboanga del Sur,Mindanao140. SUBANUN, SindanganSilangang Peninsula ng Mindanao,Kapuluan ng Sulu, Mindanao141. SULOD(Bukidnon Mondo)Tapaz, Capiz, Lambunao, Iloilo,Valderama, Antique, Panay142. SURIGAONONSurigao, Carrascal, Cantilan, Madrid,Larosa143. TADYAWAN(Pula, Tadianan, Balaban)Silangang Sentral Mindoro144. TAGALOGKatimugang Luzon, kasama angKalakihang Maynila (MetropolitanManila), Bulacan, Cavite, Rizal,Batangas, Laguna, mga bahagi ngQuezon, ilang lugar sa Palawan,Mindoro, Masbate, Bataan145. TAGBANWA, Aborlan(Apurahuano, Tagbanwa)Palawan, kasama ng Lamane146. TAGBANWA, Calamian(Kalamian, Calamiano,Kalamianon)Pulo ng Colon, Hilagang Palawanat Busuanga; Baras, silangangbaybay-dagat ng Palawan, katapatng Pulo ng Dumaras147. TAGBANWA, SentralKahilagaang Palawan148. TAUSUG(Taw Sug, Sulu, Suluk, Tausug,Moro, Joloano)Jolo, Kapuluan ng Sulu149. TAWBUID(Bangon, Batangan, Tabuid,Piron, Suri, Barangan,Binatangan)Sentral Mindoro150. T'BOLI(Tibolo, Tagabili)Timog Cotabato, Mindanao151. TIRURAY(Tirurai, Teduray)Upi, Cotabato, Mindanao152. WARAY-WARAY(Samareño, Samaran,Samar-Leyte, Waray)Kahilagaaan sa silanganangSamar-Leyte153. YAKAN(Yacaves)Kapuluan ng Sulu, Pulo ng Basilan,Kanluraning Mindanao154. YOGADEchague, Isabela; Luzon
You've asked a very broad and general question so it's quite difficult to answer. There are countless countries and islands in the world and more than twice as many languages - some official, some not.Find below a list of languages spoken throughout the world that I have managed to find in Wikipedia - not the most reliable of source, mind you.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_name)Abanyom (Bantu)Abaza (Northwest Caucasian)Abenaki (Algonquian)Abkhaz or Abkhazian (Northwest Caucasian)Abujmaria (Dravidian)Acehnese (Malayo-Polynesian)Adamorobe Sign Language (Signing)Adele (Kwa)Adyghe (Northwest Caucasian)Afar (Cushitic)Afrikaans (Germanic)Afro-Seminole Creole (English-based creole)Aimaq or Barbari (Iranian)Aini (Turkic)Ainu (language isolate)Akan (Kwa)Akawaio (Carib)Akkadian (Semitic) (extinct)Aklanon (Malayo-Polynesian)Albanian (Indo-European)Aleut (Eskimo-Aleut)Algonquin (Algonquian)Alemán Coloneiro (Germanic)Alsatian (Germanic)Altay (Turkic)Alutor (Chukotko-Kamchatkan)American Sign Language (Signing)Amharic (Semitic)Amorite (Semitic) (extinct)Anglo-Saxon or Old English (Germanic)Amdang (Nilo-Saharan)Ammonite (Semitic) (extinct)Andalusian (Romance)Angaur (Malayo-Polynesian)Angika (Indo-Aryan)Anyin (Volta-Congo)Ao (Tibeto-Burman)A-Pucikwar (Andamanese)Arabic (Semitic)Aragonese (Romance)Aramaic (Semitic)Are (Malayo-Polynesian)Argobba (Semitic)Aromanian or Macedo-Romanian (Romance)Armenian (Indo-European)Arvanitic (Indo-European)Ashkenazi Hebrew (Semitic)Ashkun (Indo-Iranian)Assamese (Indo-Iranian)Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (Semitic)Ateso or Teso (Nilotic)Asi (Malayo-Polynesian)Asturian (Romance)Ati (Malayo-Polynesian)Auslan (Signing)Avar (Northeast Caucasian)Avestan (Indo-Iranian)Awadhi (Indo-Iranian)Aymara (Aymaran)Azerbaijani (Turkic)Badaga (Dravidian)Badeshi (Indo-Iranian)Bahnar (Austroasiatic)Bajelani (Indo-Iranian)Balinese (Malayo-Polynesian)Balochi (Indo-Iranian)Balti (Tibeto-Burman)Bambara or Bamanankan (Mande)Banjar (Malayo-Polynesian)Banyumasan (Malayo-Polynesian)Basaa (Bantu)Bashkir (Turkic)Basque (Isolated)Batak Dairi (Malayo-Polynesian)Batak Karo (Malayo-Polynesian)Batak Mandailing (Malayo-Polynesian)Batak Simalungun (Malayo-Polynesian)Batak Toba (Malayo-Polynesian)Bateri (Indo-Iranian language)Bats (North Caucasian)Bavarian (Germanic)Beja (Cushitic)Belarusian (Slavic)Belhare (Tibeto-Burman)Bellari (Dravidian)Berta (Nilo-Saharan)Bemba (Bantu)Bengali (Indo-Aryan)Bengali Sign language (Sign languages)Bezhta (Northeast Caucasian)Beothuk (unclassified) (extinct)Berber (Afro-Asiatic)Bete (Niger-Congo)Bété (Niger-Congo)Bhili (Indo-Aryan)Bhojpuri (Indo-Aryan)Bijil Neo-Aramaic (Semitic)Bikol (Malayo-Polynesian)Bikya or Furu (Bantu)Bissa (Mande)Blackfoot (Algonquian)Boholano (Malayo-Polynesian)Bohtan Neo-Aramaic (Semitic)Bolgar (unclassified) (extinct)Bonan or Paoan (Mongolic)Bororo (Bororoan)Bosnian (Slavic)Brahui (Dravidian)Breton (Celtic)British Sign Language (Signing)Bua (Niger-Congo)Buginese (Malayo-Polynesian)Bukusu (Bantu)Bulgarian (Slavic)Bunjevac (Slavic)Burmese (Tibeto-Burman)Burushaski (language isolate)Buryat (Mongolic)CCaluyanon or Caluyanun (Malayo-Polynesian)Camunic (unclassified) (extinct)Cantonese (Sinitic)Carian (Anatolian) (extinct)Catawba (Siouan) (extinct)Catalan (Romance)Cayuga (Iroquoian)Cebuano (Malayo-Polynesian)Chabacano or Chavacano (Creole)Chaga or Kichagga (Bantu)Chagatai (Turkic) (extinct)Chaldean Neo-Aramaic (Semitic)Chamorro (Malayo-Polynesian)Chaouia or Tachawit (Berber)Chechen (Northeast Caucasian)Chemakum (Chimakuan) (extinct)Chenchu (Dravidian)Chenoua (Berber)Cherokee (Iroquoian)Cheyenne (Algonquian)Chhattisgarhi (Indo-Aryan)Chickasaw (Muskogean)Chintang or Chhintang (Tibeto-Burman)Chilcotin (Athabaskan)Chinese (Sinitic)Chiricahua or Mescalero-Chiricahua Apache (Athabaskan)Chichewa or Nyanja (Bantu)Chipewyan (Athabaskan)Chittagonian (Indo-Aryan)Choctaw (Muskogean)Chorasmian or Khwarezmian (Iranian)Chukchi or Chukot (Chukotko-Kamchatkan)Chulym (Turkic)Church Slavonic (Slavic)Chuukese or Trukese (Malayo-Polynesian)Chuvash (Turkic)Cocoma or Cocama (Tupian)Cocopa (Hokan)Coeur d'Alene (Salishan)Comorian (Bantu)Coptic (Egyptian) (extinct, liturgical language)Cornish (Celtic) (revived)Corsican (Romance)Cree (Algonquian)Crimean Tatar or Crimean Turkish (Turkic)Croatian (Slavic)Cuman (Turkic) (extinct)Cumbric (Celtic) (extinct)Curonian (Baltic) (extinct)Cuyonon (Malayo-Polynesian)Czech (Slavic)DDacian (Indo-European) (extinct)Dagbani (Gur)Dahlik (Semitic)Dalecarlian (Germanic)Dalmatian (Romance) (extinct)Dameli (Indo-Aryan)Danish (Germanic)Dargin (Northeast Caucasian)Dari (Zoroastrian) (Iranian)Dari-Persian (Iranian)Darkhat (Mongolic)Daur or Dagur (Mongolic)Dena'ina or Tanaina (Athapaskan)Dhatki (Indo-Aryan)Dhivehi or Maldivian (Indo-Aryan)Dida (Volta-Congo)Dioula or Jula (Mande)Dogri (Indo-Aryan)Dogrib or Tli Cho (Athapaskan)Dolgan (Turkic)Domaaki or Dumaki (Indo-Aryan)Dongxiang or Santa (Mongolic)Duala (Bantu)Dungan (Sinitic)Dutch (Germanic)Dzhidi or Judeo-Persian (Iranian)Dzongkha (Tibeto-Burman)EEastern Yugur (Mongolic)Eblaite (Semitic) (extinct)Edomite (Semitic) (extinct)Egyptian (Afro-Asiatic) (extinct)Egyptian Arabic (Semitic)Ekoti (Bantu)Elamite (isolated) (extinct)Endegen (Semitic)Enets or Yenisey Samoyed (Samoyedic)English (Germanic)Ennemor or Inor (Semitic)Erzya (Finno-Ugric)Esperanto (planned language)Estonian (Finno-Ugric)Etruscan (Tyrsenian) (extinct)Even (Altaic)Evenk or Evenki (Altaic)Ewe (Volta-Congo)Eyak (Na-Dené)FFaeroese (Germanic)Fang (Bantu)Fars (Iranian)Fijian (Malayo-Polynesian)Filipino (Malayo-Polynesian)Finnish (Finno-Ugric)Finnish Sign Language (Signing)Flemish language (Belgium)Fon (Volta-Congo)Franco-Provençal or Arpitan (Romance)French (Romance)French Sign Language (Signing)Frisian, North (Germanic)Frisian, Saterland (Germanic)Frisian, West (Germanic)Friulian (Romance)Fula or Fulfulde or Fulani (Atlantic)Fur (Nilo-Saharan)GGa (Volta-Congo)Gadaba (Dravidian)Gafat (Semitic) (extinct)Gagauz (Turkic)Galician (Romance)Gan (Sinitic)Gangte (Tibeto-Burman)Garhwali (Indo-Aryan)Gaulish (Celtic) (extinct)Gayo (Malayo-Polynesian)Gazi (Iranian)Ge'ez (Semitic) (extinct)Gen or Gẽ or Mina (Volta-Congo)Georgian (South Caucasian)German (Germanic)German Sign Language (Signing)Ghomara (Berber) (extinct)Gikuyu or Kikuyu (Bantu)Gilbertese or Kiribati (Malayo-Polynesian)Gileki (Iranian)Goaria (Indo-Aryan)Gondi (Dravidian)Gothic (Germanic) (extinct)Gawar-Bati or Gowari or Narsati (Indo-Aryan)Grangali or Gelangali (Indo-Aryan)Greek (Indo-European)Guanche (Berber) (extinct)Guaraní (Tupian)Gujarati (Indo-Aryan)Gula Iro or Kulaal (Volta-Congo)Gullah or Sea Island Creole English (English-based creole)Gusii (Bantu)Gwichʼin (Athabaskan)HHadramautic (Semitic) (extinct)Hadza or Hatsa (Khoisan)Haida or Masset (Na-Dené)Haitian Creole (French-based creole)Hakka (Sinitic)Hän (Athabaskan)Harari (Semitic)Harauti (Indo-Aryan)Harsusi (Semitic)Haryanavi or Haryani or Bangru (Indo-Aryan) (a dialect of Hindi)Harzani (Iranian)Hattic (unclassified, possibly Northwest Caucasian) (extinct)Hausa (Afro-Asiatic)Havasupai or Upland Yuman (Hokan)Hawaiian (Malayo-Polynesian)Hawaii Pidgin Sign Language (Signing)Hazaragi (Iranian) (a dialect of Persian)Hebrew (Semitic)Herero (Bantu)Hértevin (Semitic)Hiligaynon or Ilonggo (Malayo-Polynesian)Hindi (Indo-Aryan)Hinukh (Northeast Caucasian)Hiri Motu (Motu-based Pidgin)Hittite (Anatolian) (extinct)Hixkaryana (Carib)Hmong (Hmong Mien)Ho (Austroasiatic)Hobyót (Semitic)Hopi (Uto-AztecanHulaulá (Semitic)Hungarian (Finno-Ugric)Hurrian (Hurro-Urartian) (extinct)Hutterite German (Germanic)IMain article: List of languages by name: I Ibibio (Volta-Congo)Iban (Malayo-Polynesian)Ibanag (Malayo-Polynesian)Icelandic (Germanic)Igbo or Ibo or Biafra (Volta-Congo)Ikalanga or Kalanga (Bantu)Ili Turki (Turkic)Illinois (Algonquian) (extinct)Ilokano or Ilocano (Malayo-Polynesian)Inari Sami (Finno-Ugric)Indonesian (Malayo-Polynesian)Ingrian or Izhorian (Finno-Ugric)Ingush (Northeast Caucasian)Inuktitut (Eskimo-Aleut)Inupiaq (Eskimo-Aleut)Inuvialuktun (Eskimo-Aleut)Iraqw (Cushitic)Irish or Irish Gaelic (Celtic)Irish Sign Language (Signing)Irula (Dravidian)Isan or Northeastern Thai (Kradai)Istro-Romanian (Romance)Italian (Romance)Itelmen or Kamchadal (Chukotko-Kamchatkan)JMain article: List of languages by name: J Jacaltec or Jakalteko (Mayan)Jalaa (unclassified, possibly Niger-Congo)Japanese (isolated, possibly Altaic)Jaqaru (Aymaran)Jarai (Malayo-Polynesian)Javanese (Malayo-Polynesian)Jibbali or Shehri (Semitic)Jicarilla Apache (Athabaskan)Juang (Austro-Asiatic)Judeo-Aramaic (Semitic) (extinct)Jurchen (Tungusic) (extinct)KMain article: List of languages by name: K Kabardian (Northwest Caucasian)Kabyle (Berber)Kachin or Jingpo (Tibeto-Burman)Kalaallisut or Greenlandic (Eskimo-Aleut)Kalami or Gawri or Dirwali (Indo-Aryan)Kalasha (Indo-Aryan)Kalmyk or Oirat (Mongolic)Kalto or Nahali (Indo-Aryan)Kamas (Samoyedic) (extinct)Kankanai or Kankanaey (Malayo-Polynesian)Kannada (Dravidian)Kaonde or Chikaonde (Bantu)Kapampangan (Malayo-Polynesian)Karachay-Balkar (Turkic)Karagas (Turkic)Karaim (Turkic)Karakalpak (Turkic)Karelian (Finno-Ugric)Kashmiri (Indo-Aryan)Kashubian (Slavic)Kawi (Malayo-Polynesian) (extinct)Kazakh (Turkic)Kemi Sami (Finno-Ugric) (extinct)Kensiu (Austro-Asiatic)Kerek (Paleosiberian)Ket (Chukotko-Kamchatkan)Khakas (Turkic)Khalaj (Turkic)Kham or Sheshi (Tibeto-Burman)Khandeshi (Indo-Aryan)Khanty or Ostyak (Finno-Ugric)Khasi (Austro-Asiatic)Khazar (probably Turkic) (extinct)Khirwar (Dravidian)Khmer (Austro-Asiatic)Khmu (Austro-Asiatic)Khowar (Indo-Aryan)Khunsari (Iranian)Kildin Sami (Baltic-Finnic)Kimatuumbi (Bantu)Kinaray-a or Hiraya (Malayo-Polynesian)Kinyarwanda (Bantu)Kirombo (Bantu)Kirundi (Bantu)Kivunjo (Bantu)Klallam or Clallam (Salishan)Kodava Takk or Kodagu or Coorgi (Dravidian)Kohistani or Khili (Indo-Aryan)Kolami (Dravidian)Komi or Komi-Zyrian (Finno-Ugric)Konda (Trans-New Guinea)Konkani (Indo-Aryan)Kongo or Kikongo (Bantu)Koraga (Dravidian)Korandje (Nilo-Saharan)Korean (isolated)Korku (Austro-Asiatic)Korowai (Trans-New Guinea)Korwa (Austro-Asiatic)Koryak (Chukotko-Kamchatkan)Kosraean (Malayo-Polynesian)Kota (Dravidian)Koyra Chiini or Western Songhay (Nilo-Saharan)Koy Sanjaq Surat (Semitic)Koya (Dravidian)Krymchak or Judeo-Crimean Tatar (Turkic)Kujarge (unclassified, perhaps Chadic)Kui (Dravidian)Kumauni (Indo-Aryan)Kumyk (Turkic)Kumzari (Iranian)ǃKung (Khoisan)Kurdish (Iranian)Kurukh or Kurux (Dravidian)Kurumba (Dravidian)Kusunda (Tibeto-Burman) (extinct)Kutenai or Kootenay or Ktunaxa (isolated)Kuvi (Dravidian)Kwanyama or Ovambo (Bantu)Kxoe (Khoisan)Kyrgyz or Kirghiz (Turkic)LMain article: List of languages by name: L Laal (unclassified)Ladakhi (Tibeto-Burman)Ladin (Romance)Ladino or Judeo-Spanish (Romance)Lakota or Lakhota or Teton (Siouan)Lambadi or Lamani or Banjari (Indo-Aryan)Lao or Laotian (Kradai)Latin (Romance) (liturgical language)Latvian (Baltic)Laz or Lazuri (South Caucasian)Lenape or Unami or Delaware (Algonquian) (extinct)Leonese (Romance)Lepontic (Celtic) (extinct)Lezgi or Agul (Northeast Caucasian)Ligbi or Ligby (Mande)Limburgish (Germanic)Lingala (Bantu)Lipan Apache (Athabascan)Lisan al-Dawat (Indo-Aryan)Lishana Deni (Semitic)Lishanid Noshan or Lishana Didan (Semitic)Lithuanian (Baltic)Livonian or Liv (Finno-Ugric)Lombard (Romance)Lotha (Tibeto-Burman)Low German or Low Saxon or Plattdeutsch (Germanic)Lower Sorbian (Slavic)Lozi or Silozi (Bantu)Ludic or Ludian (Finno-Ugric)Luganda (Bantu)Lunda or Chilunda (Bantu)Luri (Iranian)Lushootseed (Salishan)Lusoga or Soga (Bantu)Luvale (Bantu)Luwati (Indo-Iranian)Luwian or Luvian (Anatolian) (extinct)Luxembourgish (Germanic)Lycian (Anatolian) (extinct)Lydian (Anatolian) (extinct)MMain article: List of languages by name: M Macedonian (Slavic)Macedonian, Ancient (Proto-Greek) (extinct)Magadhi (Indo-Aryan)Maguindanao (Malayo-Polynesian)Mahican (Algonquian) (extinct)Mahl (Indo-Aryan)Maithili (Indo-Aryan)Makasar (Malayo-Polynesian)Makhuwa or Makua (Bantu)Makhuwa-Meetto (Bantu)Malagasy (Malayo-Polynesian)Malay (Malayo-Polynesian)Malayalam (Dravidian)Malaysian Sign Language (Signing)Maltese (Semitic)Malto or Sauria Paharia (Dravidian)Malvi or Malavi or Ujjaini (Indo-Aryan)Mam (Mayan)Manchurian (Tungusic)Manda (Dravidian)Mandaic (Semitic)Mandarin (Sinitic)Mandinka (Niger-Congo)Mansi or Vogul (Finno-Ugric)Manx (Celtic)Manyika (Bantu)Maori (Malayo-Polynesian)Mapudungun or Mapuche (isolated)Maragoli (Bantu)Maranao (Malayo-Polynesian)Marathi (Indo-Aryan)Mari or Cheremis (Finno-Ugric)Maria (Dravidian)Marquesan (Malayo-Polynesian)Marshallese or Ebon (Malayo-Polynesian)Martha's Vineyard Sign Language (Signing)Masaba (Bantu)Masbatenyo or Minasbate (Malayo-PolynesianMeitei or Manipuri or Meithei (Tibeto-Burman)Mesqan or Masqan (Semitic)Mator (Samoyedic) (extinct)Mauritian Creole or Morisyen (French-based creole)Maya (Mayan)Mazandarani or Tabari(Iranian)Meänkieli or Tornedalen Finnish (Finno-Ugric)Megleno-Romanian (Romance)Megrelian or Mingrelian (South Caucasian)Mehri or Mahri (Semitic)Menominee (Algonquian)Mentawai (Malayo-Polynesian)Meroitic (unclassified, maybe Nilo-Saharan or isolated)Merya (Finno-Ugric) (extinct)Mescalero Apache (Athabaskan)Mesmes (Semitic) (extinct)Messapian (Indo-European (extinct)Meru or Kimeru (Bantu)Miami (Algonquian) (extinct)Michif (mixed, French and Cree based)Middle Dutch (Germanic) (extinct)Middle English (Germanic) (extinct)Middle French (Romance) (extinct)Middle High German (Germanic) (extinct)Middle Persian or Pahlavi (Iranian) (extinct)Mikasuki or Miccosukee (Muskogean)Mi'kmaq or Micmac (Algonquian)Minaean (Semitic) (extinct)Minangkabau (Malayo-Polynesian)Mirandese (Romance)Mlahsô or Suryoyo (Semitic) (extinct)Moabite (Semitic) (extinct)Mobilian Jargon (pidgin, Choctaw and French based)Moghol (Mongolic)Mohawk (Iroquoian)Mohegan (Algonquian) (extinct)Moksha (Finno-Ugric)Molengue (Bantu)Mon (Austro-Asiatic)Mongolian (Mongolic)Mono (Volta-Congo)Mono (Uto-Aztecan)Mono (Malayo-Polynesian)Montagnais (Algonquian)Montenegrin (Slavic)Motu (Malayo-Polynesian)Mpre (unclassified, perhaps Niger-Congo or isolated) (extinct)Muher (Semitic)Mukha-Dora or Nuka (unclassified)Mundari (Austro-Asiatic)Munji (Iranian)Murcian (Murcian)Muria (Dravidian)Muromian (Finno-Ugric) (extinct)Murut (Malayo-Polynesian)Main article: List of languages by name: NContentsTop · 0-9 · A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Nafaanra (Volta-Congo)Nagarchal (Dravidian)Nahuatl (Uto-Aztecan)Naiki (Dravidian)Nama (Khoisan)Nanai (Tungusic)Natanzi (Iranian)Nauruan (Malayo-Polynesian)Navajo or Navaho (Na-Dené)Nayini or Biyabanak (Iranian)Ndau or Southeast Shona (Bantu)Ndebele (Bantu)Ndonga (Bantu)Neapolitan (Romance)Negidal (Tungusic)Nenets or Yurak (Samoyedic)Nepal Bhasa or Newari (Tibeto-Burman)Nepali (Indo-Aryan)New Zealand Sign Language (Signing)Nihali or Nahali (isolated)Nganasan or Tavgi (Samoyedic)Ngumba (Bantu)Nheengatu or Geral or Modern Tupí (Tupian)NiasNicaraguan Sign Language (Signing)Nicola (Athabaskan languages) (extinct)Niellim (Volta-Congo)Nigerian Pidgin (pidgin, English-based)Nisenan (Penutian) (Maiduan)Niuean or Niue (Malayo-Polynesian)Nivkh or Gilyak (isolated)Nogai (Turkic)Norfuk or Norfolk or Pitcairn-Norfolk (cant, English-Tahitian based)Norman or Norman-French (Romance)Norn (Germanic) (extinct)Northern Sami (Finno-Ugric)Northern Sotho or Sepedi (Bantu)Northern Straits Salish) (Salishan)Northern Yukaghir (Yukaghir)Norwegian (Bokmål, Nynorsk, Riksmål) (Germanic)Nuer (Nilotic)Nuxálk or Bella Coola (Salishan)Nyabwa (Volta-Congo)Nyah Kur (Austro-Asiatic)Nyangumarta (Pama-Nyungan)Nyoro (Bantu)Nǀu (Khoisan)OMain article: List of languages by name: O Occitan or Provençal (Romance)Ojibwe or Ojibwa or Chippewa (Algonquian)Old Church Slavonic (Slavic) (extinct, liturgical language)Old English or Anglo-Saxon (Germanic) (extinct)Old French (Romance) (extinct)Old French Sign Language (Signing) (extinct)Old High German (Germanic) (extinct)Old Norse (Germanic) (extinct)Old Nubian language (Nilo-Saharan) (extinct)Old Persian (Iranian) (extinct)Old Prussian (Baltic) (extinct)Old Saxon (Germanic) (extinct)Old South Arabic (Semitic) (extinct)Old Tupi or Tupinamba (Tupian) (extinct)Olonets Karelian or Liv or Livvi (Finno-Ugric)Omagua (Tupian)Ongota (Afro-Asiatic)Oriya (Indo-Aryan)Ormuri (Iranian)Oroch (Tungusic)Orok (Tungusic)Oromo or Afaan Oromoo (Cushitic)Oropom (unclassified) (extinct)Ossetic or Ossetian (Iranian)Ottoman Turkish (Turkic) (extinct)Main article: List of languages by name: P Páez or Nasa Yuwe (isolated)Palaic (Anatolian) (extinct)Palauan (Malayo-Polynesian)Pali (Indo-Aryan) (extinct)Pangasinan (Malayo-Polynesian)Papiamento or Papiamentu (Portuguese-based creole)Parachi (Iranian)Parauk (Austro-Asiatic)Parji or Duruwa (Dravidian)Parya (Indo-Aryan)Pashto or Pushto or Pashtu (Iranian)Passamaquoddy or Maliseet-Passamaquoddy or Malecite-Passamaquoddy (Algonquian)Pecheneg (Turkic) (extinct)Pemon or Pemong (Cariban)Pengo (Dravidian)Pennacook (Algonquian)Pennsylvania Dutch or Pennsylvania German (Germanic)Pentlatch or Puntlatch (Salishan) (extinct)Persian or Farsi (Iranian)Phalura (Indo-Aryan)Phoenician (Semitic) (extinct)Phrygian (Indo-European) (extinct)Phuthi (Bantu)Picard (Romance)Pictish (Celtic) (extinct)Pirahã (Mura)Pisidian (Anatolian) (extinct)Plautdietsch or Mennonite Low German (Germanic)Polabian (Slavic) (extinct)Polish (Slavic)Portuguese (Romance)Pothohari or Pahari-Potwari (Indo-Aryan)Potiguara (Tupian) (extinct)Pradhan or Pardhan (Dravidian)Prakrit (Indo-Aryan) (extinct)Proto-Indo-European (Indo-European) (extinct)Puelche (isolated)Puma (Tibeto-Burman)Punjabi or Panjabi or Gurmukhi (Indo-Aryan)QMain article: List of languages by name: Q Qashqai or Ghashghai (Turkic)Qatabanian (Semitic) (extinct)Quebec Sign Language (Signing)Quechua (Quechuan)RMain article: List of languages by name: R Rajasthani (Indo-Aryan)Ratagnon or Datagnon or Latagnun (Malayo-Polynesian)Réunion Creole or Bourbonnais (French-based creole)Romanian (Romance)Romansh or Rhaeto-Romance (Romance)Romany (Indo-Iranian)Romblomanon (Malayo-Polynesian)Rotokas (East Papuan)Runyankole language or Nyankore (Bantu)Russenorsk (Russian-Norwegian pidgin) (extinct)Russian (Slavic)Russian Sign Language (Signing)Ruthenian or Rusyn or Carpathian (Slavic)Main article: List of languages by name: S Sabaean (Semitic) (extinct)Salar (Turkic)Samaritan Hebrew (Semitic) (extinct)Samoan (Malayo-Polynesian)Sandawe (Khoisan)Sangisari or Sangesari (Iranian)Sanglechi-Ishkashimi (Iranian)Sango (Ngbandi-based creole)Sanskrit (Indo-Aryan) (liturgical language)Santali (Austro-Asiatic)Sara (Malayo-Polynesian)Saramaccan (English-based creole)Sardinian (Romance)Sarikoli (Iranian)Saurashtra or Sourashtra (Indo-Aryan)Savara (Dravidian)Savi (Indo-Aryan)Sawai (Malayo-Polynesian)Scots or Ulster Scots or Hiberno-Scots or Ullans (Germanic)Scots Gaelic or Scottish Gaelic or Gaidhlig or Gaelic (Celtic)Selangor Sign Language (Signing)Selkup or Ostyak Samoyed (Samoyedic)Selonian (Baltic) (extinct)Semnani (Iranian)Senaya (Semitic)Sened (Berber) (extinct)Senhaja de Srair (Berber) (extinct)Sephardi Hebrew (Semitic)Serbian (Slavic)Serbo-Croatian (Slavic)Sesotho (Bantu)Seto or Setu (Finno-Ugric)Seychellois Creole (French-based creole)Shahrudi (Iranian)Shimaore (Bantu)Shina (Indo-Aryan)Shona (Bantu)Shor (Turkic)Shughni (Iranian)Shumashti (Indo-Aryan)Shuswap (Salishan)Sicilian (Romance)Sidamo (Cushitic)Sidetic (Anatolian) (extinct)Sika (Malayo-Polynesian)Silesian (Slavic)Silt'e or Selti or East Gurage (Semitic)Sindhi (Indo-Aryan)Sinhalese (Indo-Aryan)Sioux (Siouan)Siraiki or Seraiki or Southern Punjabi (Indo-Aryan)Sivandi (Iranian)Skolt Sami (Finno-Ugric)Slavey (Athabaskan)Slovak (Slavic)Slovene or Slovenian (Slavic)Soddo or Kistane (Semitic)Soi (Iranian)Somali (Cushitic)Sonjo or Temi (Bantu)Sonsorolese or Sonsorol (Malayo-Polynesian)Soqotri (Semitic)Sora (Austro-Asiatic)Sorbian, Lower (Slavic)Sorbian, Upper (Slavic)Sourashtra (Indo-Aryan)Southern Sami (Finno-Ugric)South Estonian (Finno-Ugric)Southern Yukaghir or Tundra Yukaghir (Yukaghir)Spanish (Romance)Sranan Tongo (English-based creole)St'at'imcets or Lillooet (Salishan)Sucite or Sìcìté Sénoufo (Volta-Congo)Suba (Bantu)Sudovian or Yotvingian (Baltic) (extinct)Sumerian (isolated) (extinct)Sundanese (Malayo-Polynesian)Supyire or Supyire Senoufo (Volta-Congo)Surigaonon (Malayo-Polynesian)Susu (Niger-Congo)Svan (South Caucasian)Swahili (Bantu)Swati or Swazi or Siswati or Seswati (Bantu)Swedish (Germanic)Syriac (Semitic)TMain article: List of languages by name: T Tabasaran or Tabassaran (Northeast Caucasian)Tachelhit (Berber)Tagalog (Malayo-Polynesian)Tahitian (Malayo-Polynesian)Taiwanese Sign Language (Signing)Tajik (Iranian)Takestani (Iranian)Talysh (Iranian)Tamil (Dravidian)Tanacross (Athabaskan)Tangut or Xixia (Tibeto-Burman) (extinct)Tarifit or Rifi or Riff Berber (Berber)Tat or Tati (Iranian)Tatar (Turkic)Tausug (Malayo-Polynesian)Tehuelche (Chon)Telugu (Dravidian)Temiar or Northern Sakai (Austro-Asiatic)Tetum (Malayo-Polynesian)Tepehua language (Totonacan)Tepehuán language (Uto-Aztecan))Thai (Kradai)Tharu (Indo-Aryan)Thracian (Indo-European) (extinct)Tibetan (Tibeto-Burman)Tigre or Xasa (Semitic)Tigrinya (Semitic)Tillamook (Salishan) (extinct)Tirahi (Indo-Aryan)Tiv (Volta-Congo)Tlingit (Na-Dené)Tobian (Malayo-Polynesian)Tocharian A and B (Indo-European) (extinct)Toda (Dravidian)Tok Pisin (English-based creole)Tokelauan (Malayo-Polynesian)Tonga (Bantu)Tongan (Malayo-Polynesian)Tongva (Uto-Aztecan) (extinct)Torwali or Turvali (Indo-Aryan)Tregami (Indo-Aryan)Tsat (Malayo-Polynesian)Tsez or Dido (Northeast Caucasian)Tshiluba or Luba-Kasai or Luba-Lulua (Bantu)Tsimshian (Penutian)Tsonga (Bantu)Tswana or Setswana (Bantu)Tu or Monguor (Mongolic)Tuareg languages or Tamasheq (Berber)Tulu (Dravidian)Tumbuka (Bantu)Tupiniquim (Tupian)Turkish (Turkic)Turkmen (Turkic)Turoyo (Semitic)Tuvaluan (Malayo-Polynesian)Tuvan Tuvin or Tyvan (Turkic)UUbykh (Northwest Caucasian) (extinct)Udihe or Ude or Udege (Tungusic)Udmurt or Votyak (Finno-Ugric)Ugaritic (Semitic) (extinct)Ukrainian (Slavic)Ulbare (Semitic)Ulch or Olcha (Tungusic)Unserdeutsch or Rabaul Creole German (German-based creole)Upper Sorbian (Slavic)Urdu (Pakistani)Uripiv (Malayo-Polynesian)Urum (Turkic)Ute (Uto-Aztecan)Uyghur or Uigur (Turkic)Uzbek (Turkic)VVafsi (Iranian)Valencian (Romance)Valencian Sign Language (Signing)Vasi-vari or Prasuni (Indo-Aryan)Venda or Tshivenda (Bantu)Venetian (Romance)Veps (Finno-Ugric)Vietnamese (Austro-Asiatic)Võro (Finno-Ugric)Votic or Votian (Finno-Ugric)WWaddar (Dravidian)Waigali or Kalasha-Ala (Indo-Aryan)Waima or Roro (Malayo-Polynesian)Wakhi (Iranian)Walloon (Romance)Waneci (Iranian)Wapishana or Aruma (Arawakan)Waray-Waray or Binisaya (Malayo-Polynesian)Washo (Hokan)Welsh (Celtic)Western Neo-Aramaic (Semitic)Weyto (unclassified, probably Afro-Asiatic) (extinct)Wolane (Silt'e) (Semitic)Wolof (Niger-Congo)Wotapuri-Katarqalai (Indo-Aryan)Wu (Sinitic)XǀXam (Khoisan) (extinct)Xhosa (Bantu)Xiang (Sinitic)Xibe or Sibo (Tungusic)Xipaya (Tupian)ǃXóõ (Khoisan)Xokó (unclassified) (extinct)Xukurú (unclassified) (extinct)YYaaku languageYaeyama languageYakutYankunytjatjara languageYanomamiYanyuwa languageYapeseYaqui languageYauma language (Bantu)Yavapai languageYazdi (Iranian)Yemenite Hebrew language (Semitic)Yeni languageYevanic languageYi languageYiddish (Germanic)Yogur (also known as Yoghur, (Mongolic) Sarï Uyghur, and (Mongolic) Yellow Uyghur, Mongolic)Yokutsan languagesYonaguni languageYorùbá languageYucatec Maya languageYucatec Maya Sign Language (Signing)Yuchi languageYugur (also known as Yughur, (Turkic) Sarïgh Uyghur, and (Turkic) Yellow Uyghur, Turkic)Yukaghir languagesYupik language (Eskimo-Aleut)Yurats languageYurok languageZZáparo (Saparoan)Zapotec (Oto-Manguean)Zazaki (Iranian)Zhuang (Kradai)Zoque (Mixe-Zoquean)Zulu (Niger-Congo) (Bantu)Zuñi or Zuni (isolated)Zway or Zay (Semitic)