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Language keywords

Keywords for Bantu languages were assigned based on the language group classification of the New Updated Guthrie List (opens as pdf) compiled by Jouni Filip Maho. For example, for Zulu, use keyword Nguni S40.

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Language Genetic classification
AAE see: African American English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Aage see: Esimbi Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Aakhoe see: Khoekhoe Khoe < Khoisan
Aari Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Aasá see: Aasáx Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Aasáx Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
AAVE see: African American English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Abau Sepik < Papuan
Abaza Abkhaz < Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Abazin see: Abaza Abkhaz < Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Abenaki Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Abenaqui see: Abenaki Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Abipón Languages of the Chaco Region < Languages of South America
Abkhaz Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Abma see: Raga Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Abui Papuan
Abul see: Heiban Kordofanian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Abun Papuan
Abxazo see: Abkhaz Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Acadian French Modern French < French < Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Acehnese Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Achagua Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Achang Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Achi Mayan < Meso-American languages
Achumawi see: Paleihnihan Languages of North America
Adamawa Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Adamawa-Ubangian Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Adamorobe Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Adang Timor-Alor-Pantar < Papuan
Adare see: Harari Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Adele Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Aderinya see: Harari Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Adioukrou Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Adna-mat-na see: Adynyamathanha Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Adygei see: Circassian (Adyghe) Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Adyghe see: Circassian (Adyghe) Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Adynyamathanha Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Adzera Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Afar Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Afenmai see: Yekhee Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Afitti Nyima < Nilo-Saharan
African American English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
African French Modern French < French < Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
African Portuguese Non-European Portuguese < Modern Portuguese < Portuguese, Galician < Ibero-Romance < Indo-European languages
Afrikaans West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Afro-Bolivian Spanish Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Afro-Hispanic pidgin see: Bozal Spanish Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Afro-Peruvian Spanish Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Afro-Seminole English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Afro-Yungueño Spanish see: Afro-Bolivian Spanish Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Agaw Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Agäw see: Agaw Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Aghem Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Aghul see: Agul Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Agni see: Anyin Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Agta Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aguacateco see: Awakatek Mayan < Meso-American languages
Aguaruna Jivaroan < Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Agul Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Agutaynen Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Àhàn Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
A-Hmao Hmong-Mien (Miao-Yao)
Ahom Southwestern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Ahtena see: Ahtna Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Ahtna Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Ai Nan see: Maonan Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Aikaná Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Aikanã see: Aikaná Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Ainu Eurasiatic languages
Aiton Southwestern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Aivaliot see: Asia Minor Greek Greek < Indo-European languages
Äiwoo see: Ayiwo Papuan
Aja see: Ajagbe Gbe < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ajagbe Gbe < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ajië Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aka see: Yaka H30 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Akan Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Akawaio Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Akha Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Akhvakh see: Axvax Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Akkadian East Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Aklanon Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Akoko Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Akpes Akoko < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Akposo see: Kposo Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Akum Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Akuntsú Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Akwe-Xerente see: Xerente Jê family < Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
’Ala’ala Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Alaba see: Allaaba Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Alabama-Koasati Muskogean < Languages of North America
Alagwa Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Alamblak Papuan
Alaša see: Alasha Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Alasha Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Alawa Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Albanian see: Udi Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Albanian Indo-European languages
Alderney English see: Channel Island English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Aleut Eskimo-Aleut < Languages of North America
Algerian Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Algerian Jewish Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Algherese Modern Catalan < Catalan < Ibero-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Algic see: Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) Languages of North America
Algonkin Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) Languages of North America
Alipur Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Allaaba Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Allang Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Almora Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Alor Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Alor (Adang) see: Adang Timor-Alor-Pantar < Papuan
Alsatian New High German < High German < German < West Germanic < Indo-European languages
Alsea Languages of North America
Altai see: Altay Northeast Turkic < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Altaic Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Altay Northeast Turkic < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Altinin see: Palewyami Yokuts < Languages of North America
Alune Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Alutor see: Alyutor Chukchi-Kamchatkan < Paleosiberian (Paleoasiatic) < Eurasiatic languages
Alyawarr see: Alyawarra Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Alyawarra Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Alyutor Chukchi-Kamchatkan < Paleosiberian (Paleoasiatic) < Eurasiatic languages
Ama Papuan
Amahai Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Amara Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Amarasi Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Amarinnya see: Amharic Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amarinya see: Amharic Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amathusian Minoan, Eteocretan, Prehellenic < Mediterranean languages
Amazigh see: Berber Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amazonian French Creole Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Ambonese Malay Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Amdo Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Amele Papuan
American English see: US English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
American Indian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
American Sign Language Sign languages
Amharic Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amharinya see: Amharic Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amis Formosan < Austronesian
Ammonite Canaanite < Northwest Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amondawa see: Amundava Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Amorite Northwest Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Amuesha Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Amundava Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Amurdak Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Amuzgo Otomanguean < Meso-American languages
Ana Juba Arabic see: Juba Arabic Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Anakalangan Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Anambé Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Anamgura Papuan
Anamuxra see: Anamgura Papuan
Anarya Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Anatolian Indo-European languages
Anatolian Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ancient Arabic (Safaitic, Lihyanite, Thamudic, Hasaitic) Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ancient Ethiopic see: Geʿez Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ancient Greek Greek < Indo-European languages
Ancient languages of the Balkans Balkan linguistics < Indo-European languages
Ancient languages of the Iberian peninsula see: Basque and the ancient languages of the Iberian peninsula
Ancient Latin Latin < Latino-Faliscan < Italic < Indo-European languages
Andalusian Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Andamanese
Andean Spanish Non-European Spanish < Modern Spanish < Spanish < Ibero-Romance < Indo-European languages
Andi Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Andio Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Andoke Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Aneityum Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Anejom see: Aneityum Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Anfillo Gonga < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Angami Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Angan Trans-New Guinea < Papuan
Angas-Sura Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Angkuic Northern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Angolar Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Anguillan Creole English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Anii Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Animere Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Anindilyakwa Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Annobonese see: Fa d’Ambu Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Anong see: Anung Central Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Antigua and Barbuda Creole English English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Anuki Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Añún Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Anung Central Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Anuta Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Anyi see: Anyin Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Anyin Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ao Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Apabhramsa Middle Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Apache Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Apalai Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Apali Papuan
Apatani Tani < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Apinajé Jê family < Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Apinayé see: Apinajé Jê family < Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Apma see: Raga Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Appolo see: Nzema Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Apurina Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Ar Khorchin see: Baarin Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Arabana-Wangganguru Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Arabic see: Central Semitic: Arabic Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Araduyiwar see: Gawar-Bati Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Arafundi Papuan
Aragonese Ibero-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Arakanese Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Araki Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aralle-Tabulahan Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aramaic Northwest Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Aranda see: Arrernte Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Arandic Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Aranese Modern Occitan < Occitan (Provençal) < Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Araona Takana family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Arapaho Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Arapesh see: Buki Papuan
Arara Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Arara do Pará Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Arawá Arawan family < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Arawakan stock Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Arawan family Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Araweté Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Arbëresh Albanian < Indo-European languages
Arbore Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Archi Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Ardhamagadhi Middle Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
'Are'are Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Argentinian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Argobba Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Argobbinya see: Argobba Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Aribwatsa Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Arikara Caddoan < Languages of North America
Arleng see: Karbi Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Armenian Indo-European languages
Aromanian Balkan Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Arop Arop-Lokep < Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Arop-Lokep Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Arosi Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Arpitan see: Franco-Provençal Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Arrarnte see: Arrernte Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Arrernte Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Arsacid Pahlavi see: Parthian Middle Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Aru Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aru Khorchin see: Baarin Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Aruá Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Arumanian see: Aromanian Balkan Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Arvanitika Albanian < Indo-European languages
Arwur see: Warray Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Asamiya see: Assamese Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Asháninka Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Ashéninca Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Ashtiyani West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Asia Minor Greek Greek < Indo-European languages
Asian Englishes Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Asianic and Mediterranean languages
Asianic languages
Asilulu Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aslian Southern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Asmat-Kamoro Papuan
Assamese Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Assyrian Akkadian < East Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Asturian Ibero-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Asurini do Tocantins Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Asurini do Xingu Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Atacameño see: Kunsa Languages of the South American Cone < Languages of South America
Atakapa Languages of North America
Atayal Formosan < Austronesian
Athapaskan Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Athapaskan-Eyak Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Athpare Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Atlantic Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Atong Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Atsina Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Atsugewi see: Paleihnihan Languages of North America
Attié Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
’Auhelawa Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Aukaans see: Ndyuka English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Aukan see: Ndyuka English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Aulua Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Australian
Australian Aboriginal English Australian English < Modern English < English < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Australian English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Australian Pidgins English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Australian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Austrian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Austro-Asiatic
Austronesian
Austronesian, Papuan and Australian languages
Avá Guarani < Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of South America
Avá-Canoeiro Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Avar Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Avaro-Andi-Dido Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Avatime Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Avava Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Avestan Old Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Awa Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Awa Pit see: Awa Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Awabakal Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Awad Bing Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Awakatek Mayan < Meso-American languages
Awara Papuan
Awarai see: Warray Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Awarra see: Warray Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Awetí Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Awngi Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Awtuw Papuan
Awutu see: Efutu Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Awyu Papuan
Axvax Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Ayiwo Papuan
Aymara Quechumaran stock < Languages of the Andes < Languages of South America
Ayoreo Languages of the Chaco Region < Languages of South America
Ayu Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ayutla Mixe-Zoquean < Meso-American languages
Azerbaijani see: Azeri (Azerbaijani) Southwest Turkic (Oghuz) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Azeri (Azerbaijani) Southwest Turkic (Oghuz) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Aztecan see: Uto-Aztecan Meso-American languages
Baadi Nyulnyulan < Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Baarin Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Baba Malay Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Babanki Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Babatana Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Babine Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Babylonian Akkadian < East Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bactrian Middle Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Badaga South Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Bade Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Badi see: Baadi Nyulnyulan < Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Badiaranke see: Badyara Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Badjidi Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Badyara Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bafia A50 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bafou see: Yemba Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bafut Ngemba < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Baghdadi Arabic see: Iraqi Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bagulal Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bagvalal Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bahamian Creole English English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bahenemo see: Bahinemo Papuan
Bahinemo Papuan
Bahing Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bahnaric Eastern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Bai Northeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Baikeno Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bailko see: Nijadali Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Baima Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Baïnounk Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bainuk see: Baïnounk Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Baiso see: Bayso Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bajan English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Bajau Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bajo Bajau < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Baka Ubangian (Eastern) < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bakairí Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Baki Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bakumpai Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Balami Newar < Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Balangingi Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Balanta Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Balantak Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Balinese Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bali-Vitu see: Muduapa Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Balkan dialects see: Turkish (Osmanli), Balkan dialects, Gagauz Southwest Turkic (Oghuz) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Balkan linguistics Indo-European languages
Balkan Romance Romance < Indo-European languages
Balochi see: Baluchi Northwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Balti Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Baltic Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Balto-Slavic Indo-European languages
Baluchi Northwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Balygu see: Nijadali Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bamako see: Bambara Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bamana see: Bambara Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bamanankan see: Bambara Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bambara Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bamileke-Bangangté see: Medumba Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bamun Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ban Khor Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Banavá-Jafi see: Banawá Arawan family < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Banawá Arawan family < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Banda Ubangian (Eastern) < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bandanese Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bandjalang see: Bundjalung Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bangerang see: Yorta Yorta Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bangi-Ntomba C30 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bangla see: Bengali Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Bangru Hruso < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Baniva Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Baniwa see: Baniva Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Banjalang see: Bundjalung Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Banjar Malay Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Banoni Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Banso see: Lamnso Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bantawa Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bantik Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bantu Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bantu languages except Swahili see: Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bantu-Botatwe see: Lenje-Tonga M60 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Banyaduq Dayak < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Baoan Modern Mongolic languages besides Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Baoulé Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Baraamu Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Baram Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Baram Kajan Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Barang-Barang Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Barasana Tukanoan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Barbacoan Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Barbadian Creole see: Bajan English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Bard see: Baadi Nyulnyulan < Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Barda see: Baadi Nyulnyulan < Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bardi see: Baadi Nyulnyulan < Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bare Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Barea see: Nera Nilo-Saharan
Bargam Papuan
Bargut Buriat (Buryat) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Bari Nilo-Saharan
Bariai Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Barkly Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Barngarla Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Barunga Kriol English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Barupu see: Warapu Papuan
Baruya Papuan
Barya see: Nera Nilo-Saharan
Basaa A40 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Basay Formosan < Austronesian
Bashkarik see: Kalami Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Bashkir Western Kipchak (Tatar, Bashkir, Crimean Tatar, Karaim) < Northwest Turkic (Kipchak) < Turkic < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Basketo Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Basketto see: Basketo Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
BASL see: Black American Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Basque
Basque and the ancient languages of the Iberian peninsula
Bata Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Batad Ifugao see: Ifugao Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Batak Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Batak Angkola Batak < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Batak Dairi Batak < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Batak Mandailing Batak < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bats see: Tsova-Tush Nakh < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bauchi Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Baule see: Baoulé Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Baure Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Bavarian New High German < High German < German < West Germanic < Indo-European languages
Bawlé see: Baoulé Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bawule see: Baoulé Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Baya see: Gbaya Ubangian (Eastern) < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bayot Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bayso Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bayungu Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bazaar Malay Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Bbadha see: Lendu Nilo-Saharan
Beaver Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Bedawiye see: Beja Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bedayuh Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bedia see: Kudmali Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Bedja see: Beja Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bedouin Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bedouin Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Begak Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Behran see: Thayore Paman < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Beja Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Belait Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Belantak Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Belarusian (Byelo-Russian, White Russian) East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Belauan see: Palauan Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Belhare Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Belizean Creole English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Bella Coola Salish < Languages of North America
Bemba M40 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bembe-Buyi D50 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bena-Kinga G60 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bench Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Benchnon see: Bench Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bende see: Islander Creole English English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Beng Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bengali Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Benue-Congo Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Berawan Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Berba see: Biali Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Berber Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Berbice Dutch Creole Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Beria see: Zagawa-Bideyat-Berti Saharan < Nilo-Saharan
Berinmo Papuan
Berta Nilo-Saharan
Betawi Malay Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bété Kru < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Betoi Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Betta Kuruba see: Betta Kurumba Tamil < South Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Betta Kurumba Tamil < South Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Bezhita Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bezhta see: Bezhita Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bezhti see: Bezhita Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bhadarwahi Northern Indo-Aryan (Pahari/Himalayan) < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Bhojpuri Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Bhujel Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Biak South Halmahera-West-New Guinea < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Biali Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Biao Min Hmong-Mien (Miao-Yao)
Biblical Hebrew see: Pre-Biblical, Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew Hebrew < Canaanite < Northwest Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bidayuh see: Bedayuh Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bidiya Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bidyogo see: Bijogo Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bierebo Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bieri see: Biali Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bieria Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bih Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bijago see: Bijogo Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bijogo Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bikol Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bilen see: Bilin Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bilin Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bilinarra Ngumpin < Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bilua Papuan
Bilybara Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bimanese Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Binanderean Papuan
Binigura see: Pinikura Australian
Bininj Gun-wok Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bininj Kunwok see: Bininj Gun-wok Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Binnigora see: Pinikura Australian
Birale see: Ongota Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bira-Nyali D30 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Birgandi West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Biri Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bisa see: Bissa Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bisayan Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bislama English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Bissa Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bisu Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bizisa Northeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Black American Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Black Mountain see: Olekha Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Black Seminole see: Afro-Seminole English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Black South African English see: South African Black English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Black Tai Southwestern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Blackfoot Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Blagar Papuan
Blin see: Bilin Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Boandik see: Buwandik Paman < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bobo Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bobongko Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bocota see: Buglere Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Bodic see: Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bodish Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bodish languages except Tibetan Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bodo Bodo-Garo < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bodo-Garo Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bogo see: Bilin Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bogos see: Bilin Agaw < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bogue see: Esimbi Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bohairic Coptic < Egypto-Coptic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bokhan Buriat (Buryat) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Boko Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bokobaru Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bola Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bole Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bolgar see: Chuvash (Bolgar) Border languages < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Bolyu Mangic < Southern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Bom Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bonan see: Baoan Modern Mongolic languages besides Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Bonda see: Remo Munda < Austro-Asiatic
Bondoukou see: Kulango Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bonggi Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bongo Nilo-Saharan
Bongor Arabic Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Boni Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Bontok Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Booandik see: Buwandik Paman < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bora Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Borana Oromo < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Border languages Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Boro Gonga < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Boro (Tibeto-Burman) see: Bodo Bodo-Garo < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bororo Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Boruca Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Borum see: Botocudo Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Bosavi Papuan
Bosnian Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Bote Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Botlix Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Botocudo Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Botswana English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Bouyei Northern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Bozal Spanish Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Brahui North Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Brazilian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Brazilian Vernacular Portuguese Non-European Portuguese < Modern Portuguese < Portuguese, Galician < Ibero-Romance < Indo-European languages
Breton Brittonic < Insular Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Bribri Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
British English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
British Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Brittonic Insular Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Bru Eastern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Brunei Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Buang Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bubi-Benga A30 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Budinos Planned languages
Budugh see: Budux Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Budukh see: Budux Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Buduma Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Budux Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Bugan Mangic < Southern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Buganditj see: Buwandik Paman < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bugawac Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bughotu Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Buginese see: Bugis Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bugis Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Buglere Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Bugotu see: Bughotu Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bugun Central Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Buin Papuan
Bujhyal see: Bhujel Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bukawa see: Bugawac Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Buki Papuan
Bulaga River languages see: Yelmek-Maklew Papuan
Bulgarian South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Buli Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bulisa see: Buli Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bullom So see: Mani Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bulom see: Mani Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Buma Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bumang Languages of Mainland Southeast Asia
Bumthang Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Buna see: Bunaq Papuan
Bunaba see: Bunuba Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bunak see: Bunaq Papuan
Bunaki see: Naki Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bunan Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bunaq Papuan
Bundeli Hindi and Urdu < Central Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-European languages
Bundjalung Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bunganditj see: Buwandik Paman < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bungku Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bunong see: Mnong Bahnaric < Eastern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Bunuba Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Bunun Formosan < Austronesian
Buol Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bura-Pabir Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Burba see: Biali Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Burgundian East Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Buriat (Buryat) Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Burji Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Burmese Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Burmeso Papuan
Burmic see: Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Buru Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Burundi Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Burushaski
Buryat see: Buriat (Buryat) Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Busa Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bushoong C80 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Bussa Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Buwandik Paman < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Buyang Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Buyuan see: Jino Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Bwaidoka Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Bwe Karen < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Byali see: Biali Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Byangsi Almora < Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Sino-Tibetan
Byelo-Russian see: Belarusian (Byelo-Russian, White Russian) East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Byrale see: Ongota Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Byzantine and Medieval Greek Greek < Indo-European languages
C’lela Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
C’ova-Tušuri see: Tsova-Tush Nakh < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
C’uli’ Formosan < Austronesian
Cabécar Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Cabiyari Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Cabrais see: Kabiyé Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Caddo Caddoan < Languages of North America
Caddoan Languages of North America
Cahuapana see: Kawapana Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Cahuilla Uto-Aztecan < Meso-American languages
Cajun English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Cak see: Chak Luish < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Calabrian Greek see: Griko Greek < Indo-European languages
Callahuaya see: Kallawaya Languages of the Andes < Languages of South America
Caló Romani (Gypsy) < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Calunga Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Calusa Languages of North America
Cama Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Cameroon Pidgin English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Camileroi see: Gamilaraay Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Camling Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Canaanite Northwest Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Canadian English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Canadian French Modern French < French < Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Canela Jê family < Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Cangin Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Cantonese Modern Chinese < Sinitic (Chinese) < Sino-Tibetan
Cantonese Nung Modern Chinese < Sinitic (Chinese) < Sino-Tibetan
Cao Lan Central Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Capanawa Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Cape Dutch Pidgin Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Capeverdean Creole Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Cappadocian see: Asia Minor Greek Greek < Indo-European languages
Čaqar see: Chakhar Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Caquetá see: Coreguaje Tukanoan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Car Nicobarese < Southern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Carabayo Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Carian Anatolian < Indo-European languages
Carib see: Kari’ña Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Carib family Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Caribbean English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Caribbean French Creole Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Caribbean Hindustani Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Caribbean Spanish Non-European Spanish < Modern Spanish < Spanish < Ibero-Romance < Indo-European languages
Carijona Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Carinthian-Slovenian Slovenian < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Carrier Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Cashibo Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Cashinahua see: Cashinawa Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Cashinawa Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Catalan Ibero-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Catalan Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Caucasian languages
Caucasian Turkic (Karachay-Balkar, Kumyk) Northwest Turkic (Kipchak) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Cavineña Takana family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Caxinaua see: Cashinawa Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Caxur see: Tsaxur Lezghian < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Cayapa see: Chachi Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Cayuga Iroquoian < Languages of North America
Cebuano Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Celtiberian see: Celtiberian and Hispano-Celtic Continental Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Celtiberian and Hispano-Celtic Continental Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Celtic Indo-European languages
Cemuhi Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Central Alaskan Yupik see: Yupik Eskimo-Aleut < Languages of North America
Central American Spanish Non-European Spanish < Modern Spanish < Spanish < Ibero-Romance < Indo-European languages
Central Bodish see: Tibetan (Central Bodish) Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Central Dravidian Dravidian languages
Central Indo-Aryan Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Central Italian dialects Italo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Central Kenya Bantu see: Kikuyu-Kamba E50 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Central Khoisan see: Khoe Khoisan
Central Malayo-Polynesian Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Central Semitic: Arabic Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Central Sudanic Nilo-Saharan
Central Tai Tai < Tai-Kadai
Central Tibetan Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Central Tibeto-Burman languages Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Cerma Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Cez see: Dido Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Ch’ol Cholan < Mayan < Meso-American languages
Ch’orti’ Cholan < Mayan < Meso-American languages
Cha’ Palaachi see: Chachi Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Chabacano Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Chachi Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Chácobo Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Chadian Arabic Sudanese Arabic < Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Chadic Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Chadong Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Chaga E60 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Chagatay Southeast Turkic (Uighur) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Chaha Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Chak Luish < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chakali Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Chakhar Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Chakma Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Chalkandu Northeast Turkic < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Cham Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Chamacoco Languages of the Chaco Region < Languages of South America
Chamalal Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Chamalin see: Chamalal Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Chamba-Daka Adamawa < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Chamikuro Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Chamling see: Camling Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chamorro Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Chamuro see: Chamorro Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Chan see: Laz Zan < South Caucasian (Kartvelian) < Caucasian languages
Chang Konyak < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chanindawa see: Sharanawa Pano family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Channel Island English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Chantyal Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chaocha Pai see: Coreguaje Tukanoan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Chapakura stock Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Chara Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Chashan Yao see: Lakkja Tai-Kadai
Chatino Otomanguean < Meso-American languages
Chattisgarhi East-Central Indo-Aryan (Kosali) < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Chaudangsi Almora < Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Sino-Tibetan
Chayahuita Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Chechen Nakh < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Chehalis Salish < Languages of North America
Cheke Holo Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Chelkan Southwest Turkic (Oghuz) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Chepang Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Cheremis see: Mari (Cheremis) Volgaic < Finno-Ugric < Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Cherkes see: Circassian (Adyghe) Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Cherokee Iroquoian < Languages of North America
Chewa-Nyanja N30 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Cheyenne Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Chhulung see: Chulung Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chibcha family Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Chibcha-Misumalpa stock Languages of South America
Chican Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Chicano English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Chichimec Otomanguean < Meso-American languages
Chickasaw Western Muskogean < Muskogean < Languages of North America
Chicomuceltec Mayan < Meso-American languages
Chilcotin Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Chilean Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Chilean Spanish Non-European Spanish < Modern Spanish < Spanish < Ibero-Romance < Indo-European languages
Chilkhodin see: Chilcotin Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Chimakuan Languages of North America
Chimariko Languages of North America
Chimbu-Wahgi Chimbu-Wahgi < Papuan
Chimila Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Chimwiini Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Chin Kuki-Chin < Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chinantec Otomanguean < Meso-American languages
Chinese see: Sinitic (Chinese) Sino-Tibetan
Chinese Pidgin English English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Chinese Pidgin Russian Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Chinese Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Chinook Jargon English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Chinookan Languages of North America
Chintang Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chipewyan see: Dëne Suliné Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Chiquitano Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Chiriguano Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Chirripó see: Cabécar Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Chitimacha Languages of North America
Chitrali see: Khowar Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Chiwere Siouan < Languages of North America
Chocha-ngachakha Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chocó Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Choctaw Western Muskogean < Muskogean < Languages of North America
Chokri Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chol see: Ch’ol Cholan < Mayan < Meso-American languages
Cholan Mayan < Meso-American languages
Cholón Languages of the Andes < Languages of South America
Chon Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Chong Pearic < Eastern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Chontal de Oaxaca see: Tequistlatec Meso-American languages
Chorasan Turkic see: Turkmen, Chorasan Turkic Southwest Turkic (Oghuz) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Choresmian see: Khwarezmian Middle Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Chorote Languages of the Chaco Region < Languages of South America
Chota Valley Spanish Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Christian Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Christian Middle Arabic see: Middle Arabic Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Chuj Mayan < Meso-American languages
Chukchi Chukchi-Kamchatkan < Paleosiberian (Paleoasiatic) < Eurasiatic languages
Chukchi-Kamchatkan Paleosiberian (Paleoasiatic) < Eurasiatic languages
Chukotko see: Chukchi Chukchi-Kamchatkan < Paleosiberian (Paleoasiatic) < Eurasiatic languages
Chulung Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Chulupí see: Niwaklé Languages of the Chaco Region < Languages of South America
Chulym Northeast Turkic < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Chumash see: Chumashan Languages of North America
Chumashan Languages of North America
Chumburung Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Chundzur see: Avar Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Chung Pearic < Eastern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Chuukese Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Chuvash (Bolgar) Border languages < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Cicipu Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ciokwe-Luchazi K10 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Circassian (Adyghe) Northwest Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Clallam see: Klallam Salish < Languages of North America
Classical and Modern Standard Arabic Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Classical Egyptian see: Middle (Classical) Egyptian Egyptian < Egypto-Coptic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Classical Malay Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Classical Tibetan Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Coahuilteco Languages of North America
Coast Salish Salish < Languages of North America
Cocama-Cocamilla Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Cocopa Yuman < Languages of North America
Coeur d’Alene Salish < Languages of North America
Cofán Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Cogapacori see: Nanti Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Colac Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Coligan see: Colac Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Colorado see: Tsafiki Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Columbia Salish Salish < Languages of North America
Colville-Okanagan Salish < Languages of North America
Comanche Uto-Aztecan < Meso-American languages
Comorian Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Comox Salish < Languages of North America
Continental Celtic Celtic < Indo-European languages
Continental Scandinavian North Germanic (Scandinavian) < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Cook Islands Māori Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Coos Languages of North America
Copi S60 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Copper River see: Ahtna Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Coptic Egypto-Coptic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Cora Uto-Aztecan < Meso-American languages
Coreguaje Tukanoan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Cornish Brittonic < Insular Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Corsican Italo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Costa Rican Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Costanoan Languages of North America
Craô see: Krahô Jê family < Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Cree Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi < Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Creek-Seminole Muskogean < Languages of North America
Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Crimean Tatar Western Kipchak (Tatar, Bashkir, Crimean Tatar, Karaim) < Northwest Turkic (Kipchak) < Turkic < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Crnogorski see: Montenegrin Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Croatian Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Croatian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Crow Siouan < Languages of North America
Cua Eastern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Cuaiquer see: Awa Barbacoan < Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Cubeo Tukanoan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Cuiba Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Cuicatec Otomanguean < Meso-American languages
Cullo see: Dawro Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Cuman Northwest Turkic (Kipchak) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Cun Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Cuna see: Kuna Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Cupeño Uto-Aztecan < Meso-American languages
Curipaco see: Kurripako Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Curripaco see: Kurripako Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Cushitic Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Cypriot Greek < Indo-European languages
Cypriot Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Czech West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Czech Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Da’a Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Da’o Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Daai Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Daai Chin see: Daai Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Daakaka Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Daasanach Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Daco-Romance see: Romanian (Rumanian) Balkan Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Dadjriwalé Kru < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dadungalung see: Tanganekald Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Daeng see: Tai Daeng Southwestern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Dagaare Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dagbamba see: Dagbani Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dagbane see: Dagbani Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dagbani Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dagbanli see: Dagbani Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Daghestanian see: Northeast Caucasian North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Dagomba see: Dagbani Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dagur Modern Mongolic languages besides Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dahalik Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dahalo Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dahlak see: Dahalik Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Daju Nilo-Saharan
Dakota Siouan < Languages of North America
Dakotan Siouan < Languages of North America
Dakpa see: Dakpakha Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dakpakha Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dalabon Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dalmatian Balkan Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Daly Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Damana see: Sanká Chibcha family < Chibcha-Misumalpa stock < Languages of South America
Dameli Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Damin see: Lardil Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dan Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Danau Palaungic < Northern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Danche Zeem < Zaar < Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dangaléat Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Danganararumindjeri see: Tanganekald Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dangla see: Dangaléat Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dangme Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dani Papuan
Danish Continental Scandinavian < North Germanic (Scandinavian) < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Danish Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Danuwar Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Darai Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Dardic Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Dargi Lak-Dargwa < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Dargwa Lak-Dargwa < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Dari Persian < Southwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Indo-European languages
Darkhad see: Darkhat Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Darkhan Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Darkhat Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Darma Almora < Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Sino-Tibetan
Darmiya Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dartsendo Kham < Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dass Zaar < Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Datooga Nilo-Saharan
Daur see: Dagur Modern Mongolic languages besides Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dauro see: Dawro Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Davani Southwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Davawenyo Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dâw Makú < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Dawan see: Baikeno Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dawanese see: Baikeno Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dawawa Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dawro Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dawuro see: Dawro Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dayak Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Deed Mongol Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Defaka Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Deg Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Deg Xinag see: Ingalik Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Degema Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Degexit’an see: Ingalik Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Dehong see: Tai Nua Southwestern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Dehu Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Delaware see: Lenapé Salish < Languages of North America
Dembiya Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Demotic Egyptian < Egypto-Coptic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dena’ina see: Tanaina Athapaskan < Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Dendi Nilo-Saharan
Dene see: Slavey Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Dëne Suliné Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Dene Tha Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Deni Arawan family < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Denya Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dera Papuan
Derbet see: Dörbet Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Desano Tukanoan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Dhaasanac see: Daasanach Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dhalandji Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dhangar North Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Dhangu Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dhao Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dhargari Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dharua see: Kudmali Eastern Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Dharumbal Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dhegiha Siouan < Languages of North America
Dhimal Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dhitoro see: Otoro Kordofanian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dholuo see: Luo Nilo-Saharan
Dido Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Diegueño Yuman < Languages of North America
Dieri see: Diyari Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dili Tetum see: Tetun Dili Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Dimasa Bodo-Garo < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dime Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dimli see: Zazaki Northwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Dinka-Nuer Nilo-Saharan
Diola see: Joola Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dioula see: Dyula Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dir Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Diraašša see: Dirasha Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dirasha Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ditammari Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Diyari Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dizi Dizoid < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dizoid Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dizu see: Bench Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Djabugay see: Dyaabugay Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djadja Wurrung see: Djadjala Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djadjala Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djadjawurung see: Djadjala Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djamindjungan see: Jaminjungan Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djaru see: Jaru Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djeebbana see: Ndjébbana Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djingili see: Jingulu Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djingli see: Jingulu Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djirbal see: Dyirbal Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Djiwarli Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dla see: Dera Papuan
Dobel Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Doga Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dogon Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dogon Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Dogrib Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Dohoi Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dolgan Yakut < Border languages < Turkic < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dom Papuan
Domaakí Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Domari Central Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Dondo Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dong Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Donggan Modern Chinese < Sinitic (Chinese) < Sino-Tibetan
Dongxiang see: Santa Modern Mongolic languages besides Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dörbed see: Dörbet Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dörbet Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dorig Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dörvöd see: Dörbet Oirat (including Kalmyk) < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dorze Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Doyayo Duru < Adamawa < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dravidian languages
Drubea Papuan
Drung see: Trung Central Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dschang see: Yemba Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Duala A20 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dukhan see: Tuvan Northeast Turkic < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Dullay Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Dulong see: Trung Central Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dumagat Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dumbea see: Drubea Papuan
Dumi Rai < Himalayan Bodic languages < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dumut Papuan
Duna Papuan
Dungan see: Donggan Modern Chinese < Sinitic (Chinese) < Sino-Tibetan
Duoxu Qiang < Northeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman
Dura Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Duri Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Durorp Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Duru Adamawa < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dusner South Halmahera-West-New Guinea < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dusun Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Dutch West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Dutch Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Duungidjawu Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Duwai Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Duwet Papuan
Dyaabugay Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dyirbal Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Dyula Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Dzala see: Dzalakha Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dzalakha Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Dzongkha Tibetan (Central Bodish) < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Early Middle Japanese Japanese < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Early Middle Korean Korean < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Early Modern English English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Early Modern Japanese Japanese < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Early New High German High German < German < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
East African English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
East Ambae Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
East Germanic Germanic < Indo-European languages
East Greenlandic Eskimo-Aleut < Languages of North America
East Iranian Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
East Makian see: Taba South Halmahera-West-New Guinea < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
East Semitic Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
East Slavic Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
East-Central Indo-Aryan (Kosali) Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Eastern Indo-Aryan Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Eastern Kipchak (Nogai, Kazakh, Karakalpak, Kirghiz) Northwest Turkic (Kipchak) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Eastern Malayo-Polynesian Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Eastern Maroon Creole English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Eastern Mon-Khmer Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
Eastern Sudanic Nilo-Saharan
Eastern Ubangian see: Ubangian (Eastern) Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Eastern Yugur Modern Mongolic languages besides Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Ebang see: Heiban Kordofanian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ebira Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Eblaite East Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ebrié see: Cama Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ede see: Rade Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Edo Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Edomite Canaanite < Northwest Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Efik Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Efutu Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ega Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Egyptian Egypto-Coptic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Egyptian Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Egypto-Coptic Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ei Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Eipo Papuan
Ejagham Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ekagi Papuan
Ekoi see: Ejagham Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Elamite Asianic languages
Elmolo Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Elpira see: Warlpiri Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Elymian Indo-European languages
Emae Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Emai Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Embaloh Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Emberá Norte Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Emberá Sur Languages of Northwest South America < Languages of South America
Emerillon Tupi-Guarani substock < Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Emerum see: Apali Papuan
Emirati Arabic see: Bedouin Arabic Modern Arabic dialects < Central Semitic: Arabic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
En see: Wa Northern Mon-Khmer < Mon-Khmer < Austro-Asiatic
’Enana see: Marquesan Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
’Enata see: Marquesan Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Ende Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Enets Samoyedic < Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Enga Papuan
Engan Papuan
Engenni Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Enggano Austronesian
English West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
English lexifier pidgins and creoles Pidgins and Creoles
Enim Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Enu Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Enuani see: Igbo Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Eora see: Yora Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Erbore see: Arbore Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ere Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Eromanga Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Erromanga see: Eromanga Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Ersu Qiang < Northeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman
Erzya Mordva (Mordvinian) < Volgaic < Finno-Ugric < Uralic < Eurasiatic languages
Esan Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ese eja Takana family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Ese ejja see: Ese eja Takana family < Languages of the South American Southern Foothills < Languages of South America
Esimbi Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Eskimo-Aleut Languages of North America
Esmeralda Languages of the South American Northern Foothills < Languages of South America
Esperanto Planned languages
Esselen Languages of North America
Estonian Finnic < Finno-Ugric < Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Estonian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Etchemin Algonquian-Ritwan (Algic) < Languages of North America
Eteocretan see: Minoan, Eteocretan, Prehellenic Mediterranean languages
Eteocypriot see: Amathusian Minoan, Eteocretan, Prehellenic < Mediterranean languages
Ethiopian see: Amharic Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ethiopian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Ethiopic South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Etruscan Mediterranean languages
Etsakor see: Yekhee Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Euchee see: Yuchi Languages of North America
Eurasiatic languages
Euro-English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Even Northern Tungusic < Tungusic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Evenki Northern Tungusic < Tungusic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Evji see: Duwai Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ewe Gbe < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ewondo-Fang A70 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Extinct Samoyedic languages Samoyedic < Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Extreme Southern Italian dialects Italo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Eyak Athapaskan-Eyak < Na-Dene < Languages of North America
Eynu Southeast Turkic (Uighur) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Fa d’Ambô see: Fa d’Ambu Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Fa d’Ambu Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Fali Adamawa < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Falkland Islands English Modern English < English < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Fallam Kuki-Chin-Naga < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Fanakalo Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Fantasy languages Planned languages
Farefare Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Faroese Insular Scandinavian < North Germanic (Scandinavian) < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Farsi see: Persian Southwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Fasu Papuan
Fataluku Papuan
Favorlang Formosan < Austronesian
Fe'fe' Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Fesoa see: Nalik Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Fessoa see: Nalik Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Fiji Hindi Hindi and Urdu < Central Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-European languages
Fijian Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Fijian Hindustani see: Fiji Hindi Hindi and Urdu < Central Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-European languages
Filipino see: Tagalog Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Finnic Finno-Ugric < Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Finnish (Suomi) Finnic < Finno-Ugric < Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Finnish Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Finnish-Russian Jargon Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Finno-Ugric Uralic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Fiorentino see: Tuscan Italian < Italo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Fipa-Mambwe M10 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Flaaitaal see: Tsotsitaal Afrikaans < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Flemish see: Modern Dutch Dutch < West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Flemish Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Foe see: Foi Papuan
Foi Papuan
Fon Gbe < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Fongbe see: Fon Gbe < Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Foodo Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
For see: Fur Nilo-Saharan
Fordata Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Fore Papuan
Formosan Austronesian
Franco-Provençal Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
French Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
French Belgian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
French Guianese Creole Romance lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
French of Subsaharan Africa see: African French Modern French < French < Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
French Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Frisian West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Friulan Rhaeto-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Fula Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Fulfulde see: Fula Atlantic < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Fulniô Yatê see: Yaathe Macro-Jê stock < Languages of Eastern Brazil < Languages of South America
Fur Nilo-Saharan
Futunan Polynesian < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Fwaî Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Ga Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ga’dang Languages of the Philippines < Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Gaagudju see: Gagadu Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gaahmg see: Jebel Nilo-Saharan
Gaalpu see: Dhangu Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gadaba Central Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Gadang Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gadjerawang Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gadsup Papuan
Gaelic see: Goidelic (Gaelic) Insular Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Gafat Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gafatinya see: Gafat Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gagadu Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gagauz see: Turkish (Osmanli), Balkan dialects, Gagauz Southwest Turkic (Oghuz) < Turkic < Altaic < Uralic and Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Gahom see: Bahinemo Papuan
Gahri Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Gahuku Papuan
Galela Papuan
Galeya Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Galgadungic Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Galibi see: Kari’ña Carib family < Languages of Northern Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Galim see: Suga Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Gallo Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Gallo-Italian Italo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Gallo-Romance Romance < Indo-European languages
Galo Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Gamilaraay Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gamo Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gan Modern Chinese < Sinitic (Chinese) < Sino-Tibetan
Gan (Gur) see: Kaanse Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Gane see: Kaanse Gur (Voltaic) < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Gapapaiwa Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Garawa Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Garhwali Northern Indo-Aryan (Pahari/Himalayan) < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Garifuna Arawakan stock < Languages of Western Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Garo Bodo-Garo < Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India (Bangladesh, Nepal) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Garrwa see: Garawa Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Garwi see: Kalami Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gascon Modern Occitan < Occitan (Provençal) < Gallo-Romance < Romance < Indo-European languages
Gaulish Continental Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Gavar see: Gawar-Bati Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gavião Tupian stock < Languages of Central Amazonia < Languages of Amazonia < Languages of South America
Gawar-Bati Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gawwada Dullay < Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gayardilt see: Kayardild Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gayo Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Gazhuo see: Khatso Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Gban Mande < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Gbaya Ubangian (Eastern) < Adamawa-Ubangian < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Gbe Kwa < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ge Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Geba Karen < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Ge-Chi Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Geʿez Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Geʿez Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Geji Zaar < Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gela Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Gelao Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Gelong Hlai < Tai-Kadai
Gemu see: Gamo Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Georgian South Caucasian (Kartvelian) < Caucasian languages
Georgian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
German West Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
German Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Germanic Indo-European languages
Geser Central Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Gesinan see: Harari Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ge-Sinan see: Harari Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gestuno see: International Sign Language Planned languages
Geto Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Geyang Thai < Southwestern Tai < Tai < Tai-Kadai
Ge-Yang Kadai < Tai-Kadai
Ghale Bodish languages except Tibetan < Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Ghanaian Pidgin English English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Ghanaian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Ghɔmálá’ see: Ghomala Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Ghimirra see: Bench Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ghodoberi see: Godoberi Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Ghomala Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Gi’iz see: Geʿez Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gidabal Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gidar Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gide’o Cushitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gidja see: Kija Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gilaki Northwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gilbertese see: Kiribati Melanesian and Micronesian (including Chamorro and Palauan) < Oceanic < Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Gilyak (Nivkh) Paleosiberian (Paleoasiatic) < Eurasiatic languages
Gimira see: Bench Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gimojan Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Ginux Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Gitksan Tsimshian < Languages of North America
Gizey Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Glavda Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Globish Planned languages
Godoberi Avaro-Andi-Dido < Northeast Caucasian < North Caucasian < Caucasian languages
Goemai Chadic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gofa Ometo < Gimojan < Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gogo-Kagulu G10 Individual Bantu languages (except Swahili) < Bantu < Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Goidelic (Gaelic) Insular Celtic < Celtic < Indo-European languages
Gojri Central Indo-Aryan < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gokana see: Ogoni Benue-Congo < Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)
Golbafi Southwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gomadj see: Gumatj Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gomaidj see: Gumatj Southwest Pama-Nyungan < Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gondi South-Central Dravidian < Dravidian languages
Gong see: Ugong Burmese-Lolo (Burmic) < Southeastern Tibeto-Burman languages < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Gonga Omotic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Gongdubikha see: Gongduk Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Gongduk Bodish < Western Tibeto-Burman (Bodic) < Tibeto-Burman < Sino-Tibetan
Gooniyandi Non-Pama-Nyungan < Australian
Gorani see: Gurani Northwest Iranian < West Iranian < Modern Iranian < Iranian < Indo-European languages
Gorlos Gorlos-Jalait-Dörbet < Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Eurasiatic languages
Gorlos-Jalait-Dörbet Mongolian proper < Modern Mongolian < Mongolic (including Proto-Mongolic) < Altaic < Eurasiatic languages
Gorontalo Western Malayo-Polynesian < Malayo-Polynesian < Austronesian
Gorum Munda < Austro-Asiatic
Gothic East Germanic < Germanic < Indo-European languages
Gouraghie see: Gurage Ethiopic < South Semitic < Semitic < Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages
Govorka see: Taimyr Pidgin Russian Pidgins and creoles with lexifiers other than Romance and English < Pidgins and Creoles
Grangali Dardic < Modern Indo-Aryan < Indo-Aryan (Indic) < Indo-Iranian < Indo-European languages
Great Andamanese Andamanese
Greek Indo-European languages
Greek Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Grenadian Creole English English lexifier pidgins and creoles < Pidgins and Creoles
Griko Greek < Indo-European languages
Gta Munda <