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Index of language articles

Languages of the world (map)

This is a partial index of 772 WorldHeritage articles treating natural languages, arranged alphabetically.

For a published list of languages, see ISO 639-1 (list of ISO 639-1 codes for 136 major languages), or for a more inclusive list, see ISO 639-3 (list of ISO 639-3 codes, 7,874 in total as of June 2013). The enumeration of languages and dialects can easily be taken into the five-digit range; the Linguasphere Observatory has a database (LS-2010) with more than 32,800 coded entries and more than 70,900 linguistic names.

A

1. 'Are'are (Malayo-Polynesian) 2. 'Auhelawa (Malayo-Polynesian) 3. A'Tong (Tibeto-Burman) 4. Aari (Omotic)

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

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