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LANGUAGES DEMOGRAPHICS

Lao – Laos – 25 million
Welsh – United Kingdom, Wales, Argentina, Canada, US 700,000+
Sindhi – Pakistan, India 25 million
Belarusian – Belarus, Parts of Poland 2.53 million
Bulgarian – Bulgaria 9 million
Yoruba – Nigeria 30 million
Hawaiian - Hawaii 2,000
Bosnian – Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.5 million
ENGLISH – Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Ireland 400 million
Romanian – Romania, Moldova, Vojvodina (Serbia) 26 million
Haitian Creole – Haiti 9.6 million
Swahili – Tanzania, Kenya, Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, African Union 15 million
Turkish – Turkey, Cyprus, B&H, Greece, Iraq, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania 88 million
Estonian – Estonia 1.1 million
Yiddish – parts of Europe (Jewish) 1.5 million
Hmong - China, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, Thailand 3.7 million
Punjabi – Pakistan, India, parts of Canada 122 million
Malagasy – Madagascar 18 million
Amharic – Ethiopia 22 million
CHINESE – China, Taiwan, Singapore, Myanmar 960 million
Icelandic – Iceland 358,000
Urdu – Pakistan, India 81 million
Dutch – Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, Netherlands, Saint Maarten, Suriname 28 million
JAPANESE – Japan 125 million
Macedonian – Macedonia 2.5 million
Malayalam – India 38 million
Gujarati – India 49 million
Kurdish – Southeast Turkey, parts of Iran, Iraq and Syria 15 million
RUSSIAN – Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyztan, Parts of Ukraine 260 million
Slovak – Slovakia, Czech Republic, Vojvodina (Serbia) 5.2 million
Somali – Somalia, Somaliland Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya 15 million
Sesotho – (or Sotho) Lesotho, South Africa, Zimbabwe 7.9 million
Kyrgyz – Kyrgyzstan and China 4.3 million
Korean – North Korea, South Korea, parts of China 77.2 million
Chichewa (Also Chewa) – Zimbabwe, Malawi 12 million
Vietnamese – Vietnam, Czech Republic 75 million
Shona – Zimbabwe 15 million
Hebrew - (Modern Hebrew) Israel
Cebuano – Cebu and Southern region in Philippines 21 million
Sundanese – regional parts of Java, Indonesia 40 million
Sinhala – (also Sinhalese) Sri Lanka 16 million
Thai – Thailand, Cambodia 44 million
Norwegian (Bokmål) – Norway 5.2 million
Persian – (aka Farsi, Dari and Tajiki) Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan 110 million
Spanish
Finnish – Finland 5.4 million
Georgian – Georgia 3.7 million
Javanese – Java (Indonesia) parts of Malaysia 94 million
Galician – Galicia in Spain 2.4 million
PORTUGUESE – Brazil, Portugal, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, East Timor, Equatorial Guinea, Macau, Cape Verde, Sao Tome and Principe 265 million
Hindi – India 260 million
Scots Gaelic – Scotland, Canada 87,000
Latvian – Latvia 1.75 million
Corsican – Corsica (France), Sardinia (Italy) 30,000
Telugu – India 74 million
Ukrainian – Ukraine 45 million
Swedish – Finland, Sweden 9.6 million
Armenian – Armenian, Republic of Artsakh 6.7 million
Danish – Denmark, Faroe Islands, North Germany 5.5 million
English (American) -
Hausa – Niger, Nigeria 27 million
Khmer – (also called Cambodian) Cambodia 16 million
Italian
Catalan – Andorra, Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencia 4.1 million
Polish – Poland 55 million
Basque – Western Spain and France, Basque country 751,000
Latin – Holy See, Malta
Irish – Ireland and parts of UK 1 million
ARABIC – Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabi, Tunisia , United Arab Emirates
Albanian – Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia 5.4 million
Japanese
Azerbaijani – Azerbaijan, Russia 26 million
Marathi – India 73 million
Mongolian – Mongolia, China 5.2 million
Greek - Greece, Cyprus 13.2 million
Samoan – Samoa, American Samoa 510,000
Malay – Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore 77 million
SPANISH – Mexico, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Cuba, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Paraguay, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Panama, Uruguay, Some parts of Andorra, Belize, Gibraltar, United States, Philippines 570 million
Slovenian – Slovenia, Austria, Hungary, Italy 2.5 million
Afrikaans – South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe 10.3 million
Frisian – North of Netherlands (Friesland) 470,000
Filipino – Philippines 70 million
Serbian – Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo 12 million
Portuguese
Pashto – Afghanistan, Pakistan 60 million
Kannada – India 50 million
Indonesian – Indonesia 43 million
Croatian – Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and parts of Serbia 5.6 million
GERMAN – Germany, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Parts of Poland, Italy, Brazil 95 million
Xhosa – South Africa, Zimbabwe 11 million
Zulu – South Africa 16 million
Tajik – Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan 8.4 million
Arabic
Uzbek – Uzbekistan, Afghanistan 32 million
Esperanto – constructed language, international 2 million
German
Bengali – Bangladesh and Parts of India 189 million
Russian
Lithuanian – Lithuania 3.1 million
Burmese – Myanmar 33 million
Igbo – Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea 24 million
Kazakh – Kazakhstan, Russia 15 million
FRENCH – France, Canada, Belgium, Haiti, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco, Dominica, Saint Lucia, Vanuatu, Many African Countries, Territories such as French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, 274 m
French
Hungarian – Hungary and parts of Europe 13 million
Chinese
Maori – New Zealand 160,000+
Tamil – Sri Lanka, Singapore, India 70 million
Czech – Czech Republic 10.7 million
Luxembourgish – Luxembourg 390,000
Maltese – Malta 520,000
ITALIAN – Italy, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City, Parts of Croatia, Slovenia and Brazil 90 million
Nepali – Nepal, India 20 million

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