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
  
75.83%
Austric
  
18.36%
Dene-Caucasian
  
4.27%
Other
  
1.54%

Lists of Wikipedias by various criteria: edit

Nostratic languages (39,136,937 Articles, 385,362 Active Users)[edit]

Present day worldwide distribution of the Nostratic macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Indo-European languages33,191,788351,847
Altaic languages2,976,76618,558
Afro-Asiatic languages1,334,6398,728
Uralic languages1,193,5584,421
Dravidian languages290,7561,454
Kartvelian languages147,079314
Eskimo-Aleut languages2,35140

Austric languages (9,473,049 Articles, 7,759 Active Users)[edit]

Present day worldwide distribution of the Austric macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Austronesian languages8,088,0924,624
Austroasiatic languages1,245,3421,910
Tai-Kadai languages139,6151,225

Dene-Caucasian languages (2,204,684 Articles, 9,416 Active Users)[edit]

Present day worldwide distribution of the Dené-Caucasian macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Sino-Tibetan languages1,582,1648,807
Vasconic languages342,431544
North Caucasian languages269,84248
Na-Dene languages10,24717

Constructed languages and Creoles (522,103 Articles, 602 Active Users)[edit]

Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
A priori and Indo-European-
based
Constructed languages
453,745477
Creoles and Pidgins68,358125

Congo-Saharan languages (121,403 Articles, 561 Active Users)[edit]

Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Niger-Congo languages121,403560
Nilo-Saharan languages01

Amerind languages (39,575 Articles, 177 Active Users)[edit]

Languag FamilyArticlesActive Users
Quechuan languages21,62033
Uto-Aztecan languages6,97323
Aymaran languages4,64424
Je–Tupi–Carib languages3,72220
Algic languages1,77359
Iroquoian languages83615
Muskogean languages73