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AbazaDogribKannadaMiddle High GermanSerbian latin
AbkhazianDualaKanuriMiddle IrishSerer
AchineseDutchKara-KalpakMinangkabauSesotho
AcoliDyulaKarachay-BalkarMingrelianSesotho sa leboa
AdangmeDzongkhaKarelianMirandeseSeychellois Creole
AdjukruEastern FrisianKashmiriMohawkShambala
AdygheEfikKashubianMokshaShan
AfarEgyptianKawiMoldovanShilluk
AfrihiliEkajukKazakhMongoShona
AfrikaansElamiteKhakasMongolianShor
AgutaynenEmilian-RomagnolKhasiMongolian TransliterationSichuan Yi
AinuEnglishKhmerMongolian scriptSicilian
AkanErzyaKhotaneseMontenegrinSidamo
AkkadianEsperantoKikuyuMossiSiksika
AlbanianEstonianKimN'KoSindhi
AleutEweKimakondeNasioiSinhala
AmharicEwondoKimbunduNauruSkolt Sami
Ancient GreekFangKingaNavajoSlave
AngikaFantiKinyarwandaNdongaSlovak
ArabicFaroeseKirghizNeapolitanSlovenian
AragoneseFijianKirufijiNepal BhasaSogdian
ArapahoFilipinoKlingonNepaliSomali
ArawakFinnishKomiNiasSoninke
ArmenianFonKongoNiueanSouth Ndebele
AssameseFrenchKonkaniNogaiSouthern Altai
AssyrianFrench Guiana CreoleKoreanNorth NdebeleSouthern Sami
AsturianFrisianKorean TransliterationNorthern SamiSpanish
AvarFriulianKosraeanNorwegian BokmalSranan Tongo
AvestanFulahKpelleNorwegian NynorskSukuma
AwadhiGaKrioNumèèSumerian
AymaraGalibi CaribKuanyamaNyakyusaSundanese
AzerbaijaniGalicianKumykNyamweziSurigaonon
BalineseGalleganKurdishNyanjaSuriname Creole
BaluchiGandaKurmanjiNyankoleSusu
BambaraGaulishKurukhNyoroSvan
BaouléGayoKutenaiNzimaSwahili
BasaaGbayaKwangaliOccitanSwati
BashkirGe'ezLadinOdiaSwedish
BasqueGelaLahndaOfficial AramaicSwiss German
BejaGenLambaOjibwaSyriac
BelarusianGeorgianLangoOld EnglishTagalog
Belizean CreoleGermanLaoOld FrenchTahitian
BembaGilberteseLatinOld High GermanTajik
BengaliGondiLatvianOld IrishTamashek
BhojpuriGorontaloLezghianOld NorseTamil
BikolGothicLigurianOld OccitanTatar
BilinGreboLimburganOld PersianTelugu
BiniGreekLingalaOld PrussianTetum
BislamaGroningsLithuanianOromoThai
BosnianGuadeloupe CreoleLojbanOsageThai Transliteration
Bosnian cyrillicGuaraniLombardOssetianTibetan
BrajGujaratiLow GermanOttoman TurkishTigre
BretonGwichʼinLower SorbianPahlaviTigrinya
BugineseHadzaLoziPalauanTimne
BulgarianHaidaLuba-KatangaPaliTiv
BuriatHaitian CreoleLuba-LuluaPampangaTlingit
BurmeseHausaLuguruPangasinanTok Pisin
CaddoHawaiianLuisenoPapiamentoTokelauan
Cameroonian CreoleHebrewLule SamiPashtoTonga
Caribbean HindustaniHereroLundaPersianTsonga
CarolinianHiligaynonLuoPhoenicianTswana
CatalanHindiLushaiPiedmonteseTuamotuan
CebuanoHiri MotuLuxembourgishPinyinTurkish
Central Atlas TamazightHittiteMacedo-RomanianPohnpeianTurkmen
ChagataiHmongMacedonianPolishTuvan
ChamorroHungarianMaduresePortugueseTweants
ChechenHupaMagahiPortuguese creoleUkrainian
CherokeeIbanMaithiliPunjabiUpper Sorbian
CheyenneIcelandicMakasarQuechuaUrdu
ChibchaIdoMalagasyRajasthaniUzbek
ChineseIgboMalayRapanuiValencian
Chinese TaiwanIlocanoMalayalamRarotonganVenda
Chinese simplifiedInari SamiMalteseRennelleseVenetian
Chinook jargonIndonesianMamasaReunioneseVietnamese
ChipewyanIngushManchuRodriguan CreoleVili
ChoctawInterlinguaMandarRomanianVirgin Islands Creole
Church SlavonicInterlingueMandinkaRomanshVisayan
ChuukeseInuktitutManhRomanyWallisian
ChuvashInupiaqManipuriRotokasWalloon
Classical NewariIraqwMaoriRundiWalmajarri
ComorianIrishMapudungunRussianWanji
CopticIsiXhosaMarathiRutheneWaray
CornishItalianMariSamaritan AramaicWayana
CorsicanIvatanMarshalleseSamiWayuu
CreeJapaneseMarwariSamoanWelsh
CreekJavaneseMasaiSandaweWolof
Crimean TatarJudeo-ArabicMashiSangoYakut
CroatianJudeo-PersianMauritian CreoleSanguYao
CzechKabardianMayanSanskritYiddish
DakotaKabyleMbweraSantaliYom
DanishKachinMendeSardinianYoruba
DargwaKaguruMeruSasakZande
DelawareKalaallisutMi'kmaqScotsZigula
DhivehiKalmykMiddle DutchScottish GaelicZulu
DinkaKambaMiddle EnglishSelkup
DogriKamiMiddle FrenchSerbian
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