List of Wikipedias by language family

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Article share of the largest languages families
Indo-European
  
71.18%
Altaic
  
6.48%
Austronesian
  
9.3%
Uralic
  
2.44%
Sino-Tibetan
  
2.96%
Austroasiatic
  
2.85%
Constructed
  
1.15%
Afro-Asiatic
  
1.5%
Other
  
4.99%

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Indo-European (22,258,579) - 71.18%[edit]

Germanic
  
47.99%
Italic
  
26.09%
Slavic
  
19.04%
Indo-Aryan
  
1.76%
Iranian
  
2.18%
Baltic
  
1.04%
Other
  
1.9%
  1. Germanic languages (10,682,589)
  2. Italic languages (5,806,299)
  3. Slavic languages (4,238,515)
  4. Indo-Aryan languages (392,171)
  5. Iranian languages (484,585)
  6. Baltic languages (232,490)
  7. Celtic languages (155,181)
  8. Hellenic languages (100,628)
  9. Albanian language (50,770)
  10. Armenian language (115,351)

Altaic (2,024,969) - 6.48%[edit]

Japonic
  
44.66%
Turkic
  
41.12%
Korean
  
13.48%
Mongolic
  
0.75%
  1. Japonic languages (904,396)
  2. Turkic languages (832,580)
  3. Korean language (272,881)
  4. Mongolic languages (15,112)

Austronesian (2,908,242) - 9.3%[edit]

Philippine
  
66.77%
Sunda-Sulawesi
  
31.15%
Bornean
  
1.62%
Polynesian
  
0.42%
Timor-Babar
  
0.03%
East Fijian
  
0.01%
  1. Philippine languages (1,941,954)
  2. Sunda-Sulawesi languages (905,965)
  3. Bornean languages (47,122)
  4. Polynesian languages (12,072)
  5. Timor-Babar languages (859)
  6. East Fijian languages (270)

Uralic (763,560) - 2.44%[edit]

Finno-Permic
  
66.21%
Ugric
  
33.79%
  1. Finno-Permic languages (505,567)
  2. Ugric languages (257,993)

Sino-Tibetan (926,910) - 2.96%[edit]

Sinitic
  
88.33%
Tibeto-Burman
  
11.67%
  1. Sinitic languages (818,743)
  2. Tibeto-Burman languages (108,167)

Constructed languages (359,927) - 1.15%[edit]

  1. Indo-European-based Constructed languages (358,744)
  2. A priori Constructed languages (1,183)

Austroasiatic languages (891,413) - 2.85%[edit]

  1. Mon-Khmer languages (891,413)

Afro-Asiatic (469,021) - 1.5%[edit]

  1. Semitic languages (462,665)
  2. Cushitic languages (3,925)
  3. Berber languages (1,847)
  4. Chadic languages (584)

Dravidian languages (169,037) - 0.54%[edit]

  1. Dravidian languages (169,037)

Tai–Kadai languages (89,359) - 0.29%[edit]

  1. Tai–Kadai languages (89,359)

Niger–Congo languages (70,949) - 0.22%[edit]

  1. Bantoid languages (37,340)
  2. Yoruboid languages (30,825)
  3. Mande languages (397)
  4. Kwa languages (1,020)
  5. Igboid languages (970)

Uto-Aztecan languages (9,766) - 0.03%[edit]

  1. Uto-Aztecan languages (9766)

North Caucasian languages (29,634) - 0.09%[edit]

  1. Northeast Caucasian languages (27,455)
  2. Northwest Caucasian languages (2,179)

Na-Dene languages (2,433) - 0.01%[edit]

  1. Athabaskan languages (2,433)

Je–Tupi–Carib languages (2,721) - 0.01%[edit]

  1. Tupian languages (2721)

Other language groups[edit]

  1. Basque language (170,793)
  2. Pidgins and Creole languages (59,000)
  3. Kartvelian languages (86,959)
  4. Quechuan languages (18,802)
  5. Eskimo-Aleut languages (2,164)
  6. Aymaran languages (1,000)