Popular Category:Language articles citing Ethnologue 14

This tracking category is triggered by entering "e14" in the ref field of the language infobox.

There are a couple reasons this may be desired: The language has not been supported by SIL/ISO since e14, or an undated population figure has been copied over by Ethnologue since e14 or earlier. In the latter case, the out-of-date citation will provide some indication of how dated the figure is.

Pages in category "Language articles citing Ethnologue 14"

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