List of Wikipedias by language macrofamily

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List of Wikipedias by language macrofamily

Article share of the largest language macro-families
Nostratic
  
75.19%
Austric
  
19.3%
Dene-Caucasian
  
4.04%
Other
  
1.47%

Lists of Wikipedias by various criteria: edit

Nostratic languages (36,108,214 Articles, 358,187 Active Users)[edit]

Present day worldwide distribution of the Nostratic macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Indo-European languages31,064,201326,052
Altaic languages2,694,36317,968
Uralic languages1,097,8044,600
Afro-Asiatic languages848,5358,262
Dravidian languages265,888994
Kartvelian languages135,097280
Eskimo-Aleut languages2,32631

Austric languages (9,265,811 Articles, 6,703 Active Users)[edit]

Present day worldwide distribution of the Austric macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Austronesian languages7,957,7283,834
Austroasiatic languages1,179,8271,608
Tai-Kadai languages128,2561,261

Dene-Caucasian languages (1,938,156 Articles, 9,307 Active Users)[edit]

Present day worldwide distribution of the Dené-Caucasian macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Sino-Tibetan languages1,462,7578,695
Vasconic languages292,807565
North Caucasian languages177,68236
Na-Dene languages4,91011

Congo-Saharan languages (104,474 Articles, 363 Active Users)[edit]

Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Niger-Congo languages104,474363
Nilo-Saharan languages00

Amerind languages (37,482 Articles, 193 Active Users)[edit]

Languag FamilyArticlesActive Users
Quechuan languages20,52135
Uto-Aztecan languages7,01015
Aymaran languages4,35128
Je–Tupi–Carib languages3,52018
Algic languages1,23886
Iroquoian languages83511
Muskogean languages70

Constructed languages and Creoles (486,302 Articles, 636 Active Users)[edit]

Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
A priori and Indo-European-
based
Constructed languages
423,200524
Creoles and Pidgins63,102112