LANGUAGES WE COVER

Macrolanguage* - (plural macrolanguages) (linguistics) A language consisting of widely varying dialects. (linguistics) A group of mutually intelligible speech varieties that are sometimes considered distinct languages.

Below are all the languages & macrolanguages we cover.

  • Abron

  • Aceh

  • Afar

  • Afrikaans

  • Akan

  • Albanian (macrolanguage)

  • Albanian, Gheg

  • Albanian, Tosk

  • Alur

  • Amharic

  • Arabic (macrolanguage)

  • Arabic, Algerian Spoken

  • Arabic, Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Spoken

  • Arabic, Egyptian Spoken

  • Arabic, Gulf Spoken

  • Arabic, Hijazi Spoken

  • Arabic, Libyan Spoken

  • Arabic, Mesopotamian Spoken

  • Arabic, Moroccan Spoken

  • Arabic, Najdi Spoken

  • Arabic, North Levantine Spoken

  • Arabic, North Mesopotamian Spoken

  • Arabic, Sa'idi Spoken

  • Arabic, Sanaani Spoken

  • Arabic, South Levantine Spoken

  • Arabi

  • Arabic, Sudanese Spoken

  • Arabic, Ta'izzi-Adeni Spoken

  • Arabic, Tunisian Spoken

  • Armenian

  • Assamese

  • Awadhi

  • Aymara, Central

  • Azerbaijani (macrolanguage)

  • Azerbaijani, North

  • Azerbaijani, South

  • Bagheli

  • Bagri

  • Bali

  • Balochi, Eastern

  • Balochi, Southern

  • Balochi, Western

  • Baluchi

  • Bamanankan

  • Banjar

  • Baoulé

  • Bashkort

  • Bavarian

  • Bedawiyet

  • Belarusan

  • Bemba

  • Bengali

  • Betawi

  • Beti

  • Bhili

  • Bhojpuri

  • Bicolano, Albay

  • Bicolano, Central

  • Bikol

  • Bonsian

  • Bouyei

  • Brahui

  • Bugis

  • Bulgarian

  • Burmese

  • Catalan-Valencian-Balear

  • Cebuano

  • Chechen

  • Chhattisgarhi

  • Chiga

  • Chinese (macrolanguage)

  • Chinese, Gan

  • Chinese, Hakka

  • Chinese, Huizhou

  • Chinese, Jinyu

  • Chinese, Mandarin

  • Chinese, Min Bei

  • Chinese, Min Dong

  • Chinese, Min Nan

  • Chinese, Min Zhong

  • Chinese, Pu-Xian

  • Chinese, Wu

  • Chinese, Xiang

  • Chinese, Yue

  • Chittagonian

  • Chokwe

  • Chuvash

  • Croatian

  • Czech

  • Dagaare, Southern

  • Danish

  • Deccan

  • Dholuo

  • Dhundari

  • Dimli

  • Dogri (macrolanguage)

  • Dogri

  • Domari

  • Dong, Southern

  • Dutch

  • Ebira

  • Edo

  • Ekegusii

  • English

  • Estonian

  • Éwé

  • Farsi, Eastern

  • Farsi, Western

  • Filipino

  • Finnish

  • Fon

  • French

  • Fulah (macrolanguage)

  • Fulfulde, Maasina

  • Fulfulde, Nigerian

  • Fulfulde, Western Niger

  • Galician

  • Ganda

  • Garhwali

  • Georgian

  • German, Standard

  • German, Swiss

  • Gikuyu

  • Gilaki

  • Godwari

  • Gogo

  • Gondi, Northern

  • Greek

  • Guaraní (macrolanguage)

  • Guaraní, Paraguayan

  • Gujarati

  • Hadothi

  • Haitian

  • Haryanvi

  • Hassaniyya

  • Hausa

  • Haya

  • Hebrew

  • Hiligaynon

  • Hindi

  • Hindko, Northern

  • Hindko, Northern

  • Hmong

  • Ho

  • Hungarian

  • Hunsrik

  • Igbo

  • Ilocano

  • Indian Sign Language

  • Indonesian

  • Italian

  • Izon

  • Jamaican Creole English

  • Japanese

  • Javanese

  • Jula

  • K'iche', Central

  • Kabardian

  • Kabyle

  • Kamba

  • Kanauji

  • Kangri

  • Kannada

  • Kanuri

  • Kanuri, Central

  • Karen, Pwo Eastern

  • Karen, S'gaw

  • Kashmiri

  • Kazakh

  • Khandesi

  • Khmer, Central

  • Khmer, Northern

  • Kimbundu

  • Kimîîru

  • Kituba

  • Kongo

  • Konkani (macrolanguage)

  • Konkani, Goan

  • Koongo

  • Korean

  • Kumaoni

  • Kurdish (macrolanguage)

  • Kurdish, Central

  • Kurdish, Northern

  • Kurdish, Southern

  • Kurux

  • Kyrgyz

  • Lahnda

  • Lambadi

  • Lao

  • Latvian

  • Ligurian

  • Limburgish

  • Lingala

  • Lithuanian

  • Lombard

  • Luba-Kasai

  • Lugbara

  • Luri, Northern

  • Macedonian

  • Madura

  • Magahi

  • Maguindanao

  • Mainfränkisch

  • Maithili

  • Makasar

  • Makhuwa

  • Makonde

  • Malagasy (macrolanguage)

  • Malagasy, Northern Betsimisaraka

  • Malagasy, Plateau

  • Malagasy, Southern Betsimisakara

  • Malagasy, Tandroy-Mahafaly

  • Malagasy, Tsimihety

  • Malay (macrolanguage)

  • Malay, Jambi

  • Malay, Kedah

  • Malay, Pattani

  • Malay, Standard

  • Malayalam

  • Malvi

  • Mandingo

  • Mandinka

  • Maninkakan, Eastern

  • Marathi

  • Marwari

  • Mazanderani

  • Meitei

  • Mende

  • Merwari

  • Mewari

  • Mewati

  • Miao, Chuanqiandian Cluster

  • Miao, Chuanqiandian Cluster

  • Miao, Norther Quiandong

  • Mina

  • Minangkabau

  • Mongolian

  • Mongolian, Halh

  • Mongolian, Peripheral

  • Mòoré

  • Mundari

  • Musi

  • Napoletano-Calabrese

  • Ndonga

  • Nepali

  • Norwegian

  • Nuosu

  • Nyakyusa-Ngonde

  • Nyanja

  • Nyankore

  • Occitan

  • Oriya

  • Oromo (macrolanguage)

  • Oromo, Borana-Arsi-Guji

  • Oromo, Eastern

  • Oromo, West Central

  • Pampangan

  • Pangasinan

  • Panjabi, Eastern

  • Panjabi, Mirpur

  • Panjabi, Western

  • Pashto, Central

  • Pashto, Northern

  • Pashto, Southern

  • Persian (macrolanguage)

  • Piemontese

  • Polish

  • Portuguese

  • Pulaar

  • Pular

  • Pushto

  • Quechua (macrolanguage)

  • Quechua, Cusco

  • Quechua, South Bolivian

  • Quichua, Chimborazo Highland

  • Rajasthani

  • Rangpuri

  • Romanian

  • Rundi

  • Russian

  • Rwanda

  • Santali

  • Sasak

  • Seraiki

  • Serbian

  • Serbo-Croatian

  • Serer-Sine

  • Shan

  • Shekhawati

  • Shona

  • Sicilian

  • Sidamo

  • Sindhi

  • Sinhala

  • Slovak

  • Slovene

  • Soga

  • Somali

  • Songe

  • Soninke

  • Sotho, Northern

  • Sotho, Southern

  • Spanish

  • Sukuma

  • Sunda

  • Susu

  • Swati

  • Swedish

  • Sylheti

  • Tachelhit

  • Tagalog

  • Tajiki

  • Tamazight, Central Atlas

  • Tamil

  • Tatar

  • Tausug

  • Telugu

  • Teso

  • Thai (macrolanguage)

  • Thai, Northeastern

  • Thai, Northern

  • Thai, Southern

  • Themne

  • Tibetan, Central

  • Tigrigna

  • Tiv

  • Tsonga

  • Tswana

  • Tulu

  • Tumbuka

  • Turkish

  • Turkmen

  • Ukrainian

  • Umbundu

  • Urdu

  • Uyghur

  • Uzbek (macrolanguage)

  • Uzbek, Northern

  • Uzbek, Southern

  • Varhadi-Nagpuri

  • Venda

  • Venetian

  • Vietnamese

  • Vlaams

  • Wagdi

  • Walloon

  • Waray-Waray

  • Wolaytta

  • Wolof

  • Xhosa

  • Yao

  • Yiddish, Eastern

  • Yoruba

  • Zande

  • Zarma

  • Zhuang (macrolanguage)

  • Zhuang, Central Hongshuihe

  • Zhuang, Eastern Hongshuihe

  • Zhuang, Guibei

  • Zhuang, Guibian

  • Zhuang, Liujiang

  • Zhuang, Yongbei

  • Zhuang, Yongnan

  • Zhuang, Zuojiang

  • Zulu