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  • Azerbaijan - Languages | Ethnologue
    Juwri Classification Indo European Indo Iranian Iranian Western Southwestern Tat Comments Jewish More Information Khalaj kjf Population total all countries 42 100 Status 6a Vigorous Classification Indo European Indo Iranian Iranian Western Northwestern Comments Different from Turkic Khalaj klj in Iran More Information Khinalugh kjj Quba county Khinalug village 1 000 Salminen 2007 Status 6b Threatened De facto language of provincial identity in Quba District Alternate Names Khinalug Khinalugi Xinalug Classification North Caucasian East Caucasian Khinalugh Comments Muslim More Information Kryts kry Quba county Kryz Jek Khaput Yergyuj and Alyk villages 5 000 Salminen 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Dzek Dzhek Dzheki Katsy Kryc Kryz Kryzy Dialects Alyk Dzhek Kryts Xaput Khaput Yergyudzh Dialects quite distinct perhaps separate languages Classification North Caucasian East Caucasian Lezgic Nuclear Lezgic South Lezgic Comments Muslim Sunni More Information Kurdish Northern kmr Basargechar Minkend Kubatly Zangelan especially Kelbajar and Lachin Many displaced 20 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Status 5 Developing Statutory language of provincial identity in Jabrayil Kelbajar Lachan Qubadly Zangilan districts 1995 Constitution Articles 25 3 and 45 Alternate Names Kurdî Kurmancî Kurmanji Classification Indo European Indo Iranian Iranian Western Northwestern Kurdish Comments Muslim Sunni More Information Lezgi lez Qusar and Zachmaz provinces near Russian Federation border on the northeast southern slopes of main Caucasus chain 364 000 in Azerbaijan 2007 Status 6b Threatened De facto language of provincial identity in Qusar and Zachmaz Alternate Names Kiurinty Lezghi Lezgian Lezgin Dialects Quba Classification North Caucasian East Caucasian Lezgic Nuclear Lezgic East Lezgic Comments Muslim More Information Russian rus 475 000 in Azerbaijan Status 3 Wider communication De facto national working language Classification Indo European Balto Slavic Slavic East More Information Rutul rut Sheik and Kax counties 17 000 in Azerbaijan Status 6b Threatened Classification North Caucasian East Caucasian Lezgic Nuclear Lezgic West Lezgic More Information Talysh tly Caspian coast south of Viliazh Chai River May be in Central Asia and Siberia 800 000 in Azerbaijan 1996 Population total all countries 915 400 Status 4 Educational De facto language of provincial identity in Astara Lankaran Lerik Masally districts Alternate Names Talesh Talish Talyshi Dialects Astara Lenkoran Lerik Massali Northern Talyshi in Azerbaijan and Iran Dialects in Azerbaijan are similar Dialects in Iran may be separate languages Reportedly similar to Harzani hrz Classification Indo European Indo Iranian Iranian Western Northwestern Talysh Comments Muslim Sunni Muslim Shi a More Information Tat Muslim ttt Widespread in mountains near Qonaqkend Kuba Davichi Sizan Vartashen Baku cities Apsheron peninsula Balakhan Surakhan Lakhij Matrasa Konakhkend Afruja Chichi Dagkushu and Genvab villages 18 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Population total all countries 28 010 Ethnic population 22 000 1990 A Kibrik Status 7 Shifting De facto language of provincial identity in Quba Shabran Siazan Alternate Names Muslim Tat Mussulman Tati Tati Dialects Absheron Aruskush Daqqushchu Khyzy Balakhani Devechi Lahyj Malham Qonaqkend Quba Qyzyl Qazma Surakhani Difficult intelligibility of Judeo Tat jdt Reportedly similar to Farsi pes Balakhani are recent exiles from Iran Lahyj dialect may be a separate language Classification

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  • Azerbaijan - Status | Ethnologue
    Lachan Qubadly Zangilan districts 1995 Constitution Articles 25 3 and 45 20 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Udi udi 5 Developing De facto language of provincial identity in Qabala District 3 800 in Azerbaijan 2009 census Population total all countries 6 590 6a Vigorous Judeo Tat jdt 6a Vigorous De facto language of provincial identity in Quba Baku districts 24 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Khalaj kjf 6a Vigorous Population total all countries 42 100 6b Threatened Avar ava 6b Threatened De facto language of provincial identity in Balakan and Zaqatala 44 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Khinalugh kjj 6b Threatened De facto language of provincial identity in Quba District 1 000 Salminen 2007 Kryts kry 6b Threatened 5 000 Salminen 2007 Lezgi lez 6b Threatened De facto language of provincial identity in Qusar and Zachmaz 364 000 in Azerbaijan 2007 Rutul rut 6b Threatened 17 000 in Azerbaijan Tsakhur tkr 6b Threatened De facto language of provincial identity in Tovuz District 13 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Population total all countries 23 673 Ethnic population 13 300 1989 census 7 Shifting Armenian hye 7 Shifting 152 000 in Azerbaijan Budukh bdk 7 Shifting 200 Bril 2010 Ethnic population 1 000 1990 A Kibrik Tat Muslim ttt 7 Shifting De facto language of provincial identity in Quba Shabran Siazan 18 000 in Azerbaijan 1989 census Population total all countries 28 010 Ethnic population 22 000 1990 A Kibrik 9 Dormant Akhvakh akv 9 Dormant No known L1 speakers in Azerbaijan Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Azerbaijan An Ethnologue Country Report 26 pp 9 95 Language Map of Azerbaijan License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free

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  • Bangladesh - Languages | Ethnologue
    Megam Classification Austro Asiatic Mon Khmer Northern Mon Khmer Khasian Comments Previously listed as dialect of Khasi Culturally intermediate between the Khasi and the Garo Resemble Garos in appearance and customs Singh 1994 Lyngngam is a former Garo clan but do not mix with the Garo and consider themselves to be Khasi Breton 1997 Megam mef and Lyngngam are sometimes used interchangeably for the same language in Netrokona district Christian More Information Mahali mjx Rajshahi Division Abirpara Matindor and Mundumala Pachondor villages scattered 3 000 in Bangladesh 2010 SIL Ethnic population 3 000 2004 SIL Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Mahle Classification Austro Asiatic Munda North Munda Kherwari Santali More Information Marma rmz Chittagong Division Rangamati Bandarban and Khagrachari districts 150 000 in Bangladesh 2007 Population total all countries 180 600 Status 3 Wider communication Largest and earliest language group to settle in the area Used in Cox s Bazar and Bandarban districts in religious ceremonies market stores and churches Alternate Names Mogh pej Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Ngwi Burmese Burmish Southern Comments Buddhist Christian Muslim More Information Megam mef Dhaka Division Netrokona district Kalmakanda subdistrict 6 870 2000 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Migam Negam Dialects Lexical similarity 7 9 with the Abeng dialect of Garo grt 60 with Lyngngam lyg Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Sal Bodo Garo Northern Naga Bodo Koch Bodo Garo Comments Identify ethnically with the Garo grt Christian More Information Meitei mni Sylhet district Moulvi Bazar district Kamalganj subdistrict and Sylhet dity 15 000 in Bangladesh 2003 300 monolinguals Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Manipuri Meetei Meithei Dialects Hindu Meitei Pangan Pangal Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Sal Kuki Chin Naga Meitei Comments Preferred name is Meitei Manipuri Outsiders don t distinguish between Meitei and Bishnupriya calling both of them Manipuri Meitei is a well developed language with much literature in India but little is available in Bangladesh Hindu Muslim More Information Mizo lus Chittagong Division Rangamati Sajek 250 in Bangladesh 2007 census Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Hualngo Lei Lusai Lushai Lushei Sailau Whelngo Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Sal Kuki Chin Naga Kuki Chin Central Comments Most moved from Bangladesh to India Christian More Information Mru mro Chittagong Division Bandarban district 30 000 in Bangladesh 2007 Population total all countries 50 000 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Maru Mrung Murung Dialects Anok Dowpreng Sungma Lexical similarity 13 with Mro Khimi Chin cmr 72 76 with Anu Hkongso Chin anl lexical similarity with Anok Dowpreng and Sungma dialects in Bangladesh is high 91 98 Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Ngwi Burmese Mru Comments Ethnically related to the Khumi 5 linguistically distinct groups Anok largest and central and Tshungma in the north Domrong in the lowlands north of the Matamuri Dopreng and Rumma in far south and into Arakan Brauns and Loffler 1990 Traditional religion More Information Mundari unr Rajshahi Division Naogaon district Rangpur Division Dinajpur district possibly in Sylhet Division various tea estates 2 500 in Bangladesh 2005 Caritas Bangladesh Ethnic population

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  • Bangladesh - Status | Ethnologue
    5 Developing 15 000 in Bangladesh 2003 300 monolinguals Mru mro 5 Developing 30 000 in Bangladesh 2007 Population total all countries 50 000 Rakhine rki 5 Developing 200 000 in Bangladesh 2011 SIL Rangpuri rkt 5 Developing 10 000 000 in Bangladesh 2007 Population total all countries 15 000 000 Sadri Oraon sdr 5 Developing 166 000 2000 Santhali sat 5 Developing 225 000 in Bangladesh 2011 Usoi usi 5 Developing 22 400 6a Vigorous Bishnupriya bpy 6a Vigorous 40 000 in Bangladesh 2003 400 monolinguals Chak ckh 6a Vigorous 3 000 in Bangladesh Bradley 2007 Chin Asho csh 6a Vigorous 4 000 in Bangladesh 2011 Chin Khumi cnk 6a Vigorous 2 090 in Bangladesh 2005 Indian Sign Language ins 6a Vigorous Koch kdq 6a Vigorous 6 000 in Bangladesh 2006 SIL Koda cdz 6a Vigorous 1 300 in Bangladesh 2005 Kok Borok trp 6a Vigorous 5 000 in Bangladesh Kol ekl 6a Vigorous 1 660 2012 SIL Mahali mjx 6a Vigorous 3 000 in Bangladesh 2010 SIL Ethnic population 3 000 2004 SIL Megam mef 6a Vigorous 6 870 2000 Mundari unr 6a Vigorous 2 500 in Bangladesh 2005 Caritas Bangladesh Ethnic population 5 000 Pangkhua pkh 6a Vigorous 3 200 in Bangladesh 2012 SIL Pnar pbv 6a Vigorous 4 000 in Bangladesh 2002 Tangchangya tnv 6a Vigorous 21 600 1991 census Tippera tpe 6a Vigorous 85 000 War Jaintia aml 6a Vigorous 16 000 in Bangladesh 2003 SIL Population total all countries 41 900 4 000 monolinguals 6b Threatened Atong aot 6b Threatened Used as LWC among all Mandi 5 400 in Bangladesh Khasi kha 6b Threatened Very few speakers Kurux kru 6b Threatened 50 000 in Bangladesh 2011 decreasing Ethnic population 50 000 Mizo lus 6b Threatened 250 in Bangladesh 2007 census Rohingya rhg 6b Threatened

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  • Bhutan - Languages | Ethnologue
    Khengkha xkf Mainly Sarpang district into southwest Mongar district smaller area in southeast Trongsa district Zhemgang district 50 000 2003 SIL 30 000 monolinguals L2 users 15 000 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Ken Keng Kenkha Khen Khenkha Kyengkha Dialects Lower Kheng Middle Kheng Upper Kheng Bumthangkha kjz reportedly most similar related language but comprehension not sufficient for complex discourse Comprehend Kurtokha xkz with difficulty Lexical similarity 75 85 with Bumthangkha kjz 70 with Kurtokha xkz and Nyengkha neh 34 with Dzongkha dzo 40 with Tshangla tsj and 75 100 between dialects Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Western Tibeto Burman Bodish East Bodish Bumthang Comments Middle Kheng region strongest and most developed economically Lower Kheng least developed Buddhist More Information Kurtokha xkz Northwest Lhuntse district bounded by Kurichhu river east and north Tangmachhu village south and Rudong La pass west 15 000 2011 SIL Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Gurtü Kurteopkha Kürthöpka Kurthopkha Kurtobikha Kurtopakha Dialects The dialect around Tangmachhu is more divergent Lexical similarity 69 with Nyengkha neh 70 73 with Bumthangkha 66 74 with Khengkha Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Western Tibeto Burman Bodish East Bodish Bumthang More Information Kurux kru Chukha and Samtse districts most likely small speaker groups well scattered 4 200 in Bhutan 2002 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Kurukh Oraoan Uraon Classification Dravidian Northern More Information Lakha lkh Wangdue Phodrang district central west area extending into nearby Trongsa district 8 000 Van Driem 1993 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Tshangkha Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Western Tibeto Burman Bodish Central Bodish Central Southern More Information Layakha lya North Punakha District around Laya Gasa District Thimphu District Lingzhi Gewog 1 100 2003 Status 6a Vigorous Dialects None known Reportedly similar to Dzongkha dzo but many divergent grammatical features significantly limit mutual intelligibility Spoken by Layabs alpine yakherds in northern Bhutan and Lingzhibs in Western Bhutan Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Western Tibeto Burman Bodish Central Bodish Central Southern More Information Lepcha lep Samtse district Amo river east and south lower valleys 2 000 in Bhutan 2006 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Lapcha Nünpa Rong Rongke Rongpa Dialects Ilammu Rengjongmu Tamsangmu Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Central Tibeto Burman Lepcha Comments Traditional religion Buddhist Lamaist More Information Lhokpu lhp Southwesternmost Bhutan Samtse district between Samtsi and Phuntsoling Taba Damtey Loto Kuchu Sanglong Sataka and Lotu villages 2 500 Van Driem 1993 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Lhobikha Taba Damey Bikha Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Western Tibeto Burman Bodish Comments An ancient population of Bhutan More Information Lunanakha luk Gasa District north northeast quadrant Lunana on Pho Chhu river north from Punakha right fork halfway up the valley 700 1998 Status 6a Vigorous Dialects None known Reportedly similar to Dzongkha dzo but many divergent grammatical features limit intelligibility between them Classification Sino Tibetan Tibeto Burman Western Tibeto Burman Bodish Central Bodish Central Southern Comments Take herds over to Gasa District north from Punakha up the Mo Chhu River More Information Nepali npi Foothills the entire length

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  • Bhutan - Status | Ethnologue
    5 000 2006 census Bumthangkha kjz 6a Vigorous 20 000 2011 SIL Chalikha tgf 6a Vigorous 1 500 2011 SIL Chocangacakha cgk 6a Vigorous 30 000 2011 SIL Dakpakha dka 6a Vigorous 2 000 2011 SIL Dzalakha dzl 6a Vigorous 22 000 2011 SIL Khengkha xkf 6a Vigorous 50 000 2003 SIL 30 000 monolinguals L2 users 15 000 Kurtokha xkz 6a Vigorous 15 000 2011 SIL Layakha lya 6a Vigorous 1 100 2003 Lunanakha luk 6a Vigorous 700 1998 Nupbikha npb 6a Vigorous 2 200 2006 Nyenkha neh 6a Vigorous 10 000 2006 Royal Government of Bhutan 6b Threatened Gongduk goe 6b Threatened 2 000 2006 Kurux kru 6b Threatened 4 200 in Bhutan 2002 Lakha lkh 6b Threatened 8 000 Van Driem 1993 Lepcha lep 6b Threatened 2 000 in Bhutan 2006 Lhokpu lhp 6b Threatened 2 500 Van Driem 1993 Olekha ole 6b Threatened 500 Van Driem 2007 Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Bhutan An Ethnologue Country Report 26 pp 9 95 Language Map of Bhutan License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a

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  • British Indian Ocean Territory - Languages | Ethnologue
    Philippine origin More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th

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  • British Indian Ocean Territory - Status | Ethnologue
    to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West

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