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Abnaki, Western
   was spoken in   
Canada
20 native speakers left
Achumawi
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 nonfluent speakers 1997. Ethnic population: 1,000
Adynyamathanha
   was spoken in   
Australia
Agta, Dicamay
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Agta, Isarog
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Ahom
   was spoken in   
India
Ahtena
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
80 native speakers in 1995. Ethnic population: 500
Ainu
   was spoken in   
Japan
Aka-Bea
   was spoken in   
India
Aka-Bo
   was spoken in   
India
Aka-Cari
   was spoken in   
India
Aka-Jeru
   was spoken in   
India
Aka-Kede
   was spoken in   
India
Aka-Kol
   was spoken in   
India
Aka-Kora
   was spoken in   
India
Akar-Bale
   was spoken in   
India
Akurio
   was spoken in   
Suriname
10 native speakers in 2000
Alawa
   was spoken in   
Australia
17-20 native speakers left 1991
Alngith
   was spoken in   
Australia
3 native speakers left 1981
Alune
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Alutor
   was spoken in   
Russia
Amahai
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Amanayé
   was spoken in   
Brazil
Ethnic population: 60
Amarag
   was spoken in   
Australia
5 native speakers left
Ami
   was spoken in   
Australia
30 to 35 native speakers left 1983
Anambé
   was spoken in   
Brazil
7 native speakers left
Andegerebinha
   was spoken in   
Australia
Antakarinya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Aore
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Apache, Kiowa
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
18 native speakers in 1990. Ethnic population: 1,000
Apache, Lipan
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
2 or 3 native speakers in 1981
Apiacá
   was spoken in   
Brazil
2 native speakers left
A-Puckiwar
   was spoken in   
India
Aputai
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Arabana
   was spoken in   
Australia
Areba
   was spoken in   
Australia
Arikapú
   was spoken in   
Brazil
6 native speakers left
Arikara
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
20 native speakers in 1997
Aruá
   was spoken in   
Brazil
12 native speakers left
Arutani
   was spoken in   
Brazil
17 native speakers left
Arutani
   was spoken in   
Venezuela
2 native speakers/39 total population in 2002
Atampaya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ata
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Ati
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Atsugewi
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
3 native speakers in 1994
Aurá
   was spoken in   
Brazil
2 native speakers left
Ayabadhu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ayta
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Babuza
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Badimaya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Baga Koga
   was spoken in   
Guinea
Baga Mboteni
   was spoken in   
Guinea
Baldemu
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Bandjalang
   was spoken in   
Australia
Bandjigali
   was spoken in   
Australia
Bardi
   was spoken in   
Australia
20 native speakers left 1999
Barrow Point
   was spoken in   
Australia
Basay
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Bassa-Kontagora
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Baure
   was spoken in   
Bolivia
13 native speakers left
Bauygo
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Bayungu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Bella Coola
   was spoken in   
Canada
20 native speakers left
Berakou
   was spoken in   
Chad
Berbice Creole Dutch
   was spoken in   
Guyana
4 or 5 native speakers 1986. 15 with limited competence l989
Berti
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Besisi
   was spoken in   
Malaysia
Bete
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Bidyara
   was spoken in   
Australia
Bikya
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Birale
   was spoken in   
Ethiopia
Birked
   was spoken in   
Sudan
Bishuo
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Boana
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Bodo
   was spoken in   
The Central African Republic
Bonerif
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Boon
   was spoken in   
Somalia
Boruca
   was spoken in   
Costa Rica
5 women native speakers left as of 1986
Bung
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Bungku
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Burduna
   was spoken in   
Australia
Buso
   was spoken in   
Chad
Busuu
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Cabiyarí
   was spoken in   
Colombia
50 native speakers left
Caddo
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
25 native speakers in 1997
Cafundo Creol
   was spoken in   
Brazil
40 native speakers left
Cahuarano
   was spoken in   
Peru
5 native speakers in 1976
Cahuilla
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
7 to 20 estimated native speakers in 1997
Chagatai
   was spoken in   
Turkmenistan
Chamicuro
   was spoken in   
Peru
2 native speakers in 2000
Chavacano
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Chetco
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
5 native speakers estimated in 1962
Chiapanec
   was spoken in   
Mexico
17 native speakers in 1977
Chinook
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
12 speakers of Kiksht dialect in 1996
Chinook Wawa
   was spoken in   
Canada
83 native speakers left
Chinook Wawa
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
17 native speakers in l990
Chukwa
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Clallam
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers in 1997
Cnnintang
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Coeur D'Alene
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
5 native speakers in 1997
Coos
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 or 2 native speakers in 1962
Coptic
   was spoken in   
Egypt
Extinct
Cornish
   was spoken in   
The United Kingdom
Dama
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Dampal
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Darling
   was spoken in   
Australia
Degexit'an
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
20 to 30 native speakers in 1997
Dhalandji
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dhargari
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dirari
   was spoken in   
Australia
Djamindjung
   was spoken in   
Australia
30 native speakers left 1990
Djangun
   was spoken in   
Australia
Djawi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Djingili
   was spoken in   
Australia
Djiwarli
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dusner (Irian Jaya)
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Dyaabugay
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dyaberdyaber
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dyangadi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dyirbal
   was spoken in   
Australia
Dyugun
   was spoken in   
Australia
El Molo
   was spoken in   
Kenya
Erre
   was spoken in   
Australia
Eton
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Eyak
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 native speaker out of 50 in ethnic population in 1995
Fali of Baissa
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Flinders Island
   was spoken in   
Australia
Fongoro
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Foya Hukumina
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Frisian
   was spoken in   
Germany
Gadjerawang
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gagadu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gambera
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gamilaraay
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ganggalida
   was spoken in   
Australia
Garig-Ilgar
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ghomara
   was spoken in   
Morocco
Extinct
Gilyak
   was spoken in   
Russia
Giyug
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gooniyandi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gros Ventre
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers in l977
Guanche
   was spoken in   
Spain
Extinct
Guató
   was spoken in   
Brazil
40 native speakers left
Gudanji
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gugadj
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gugu Badhun
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gugubera
   was spoken in   
Australia
Guguyimidjir
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gule
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Gungabula
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gunya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Guragone
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gurdjar
   was spoken in   
Australia
Guwamu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Gweno
   was spoken in   
Tanzania
Haida, Northern
   was spoken in   
Canada
30 native speakers left
Haida, Southern
   was spoken in   
Canada
Haisla
   was spoken in   
Canada
25 native speakers left
Han
   was spoken in   
Canada
7 or 8 native speakers left
Han
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
7 or 8 in 1997
Hawai'i Pidgin Sign Language
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
A few users out of about 6,000 profoundly deaf people in Hawaii
Himarimã
   was spoken in   
Brazil
40 native speakers left
Hoanya
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Holikachuk
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
12 native speakers in 1995
Homa
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Hulung
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Hupa
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
8 native speakers in 1995 out of ethnic population of 2000
Iñapari
   was spoken in   
Peru
4 native speakers in 1999
Ibu
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Ifo
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Iliun
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Indo-Portuguese
   was spoken in   
India
Ingrian
   was spoken in   
Russia
Iquito
   was spoken in   
Peru
35 native speakers in 2005
Isconahua
   was spoken in   
Peru
82 native speakers in 2000
Itonama
   was spoken in   
Bolivia
10 native speakers left
Itza'
   was spoken in   
Guatemala
12 native speakers as of 1986
Jabutí
   was spoken in   
Brazil
5 native speakers left
Jarnango
   was spoken in   
Australia
Jebero
   was spoken in   
Peru
Ethnic population: 2,000 to 3,000
Júma
   was spoken in   
Brazil
4 native speakers left
Jurchen
   was spoken in   
China
Extinct language
Jur Modo
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Kalapuya
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 or 2 native speakers left in 1962
Kamarian
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Kamas
   was spoken in   
Russia
Kamu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kanakanabu
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Kanju
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kansa
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
19 native speakers in 1990
Karadjeri
   was spoken in   
Australia
Karahawyana
   was spoken in   
Brazil
40 native speakers left
Karipuná
   was spoken in   
Brazil
12 to 15 native speakers left
Karok
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers in 1997
Kashaya
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
45 native speakers in 1995
Katabaga
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Katawixi
   was spoken in   
Brazil
10 native speakers left
Katukína
   was spoken in   
Brazil
1 native speakers left
Kawaiisu
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
8 to 10 native speakers in 2000
Kayardild
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kayeli
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Kelo
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Kembra
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Kerek
   was spoken in   
Russia
Ketangalan
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Ket
   was spoken in   
Russia
Khamyang
   was spoken in   
India
Kiliwa
   was spoken in   
Mexico
24 to 32 native speakers in 1994
Kiong
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Klamath-Modoc
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 native speaker out of ethnic population of 2000 in 1998
Kokata
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kreye
   was spoken in   
Brazil
30 native speakers left
Kudu-Camo
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Kuku-Mangk
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kuku-Mu'inh
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kuku-Muminh
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kuku-Ugbanh
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kuku-Uwanh
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kulun
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Kumbainggar
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kunbarlang
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kunggara
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kunggari
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kunjen
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kurrama
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kusanda
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Kuskokwim, Upper
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
40 native speakers in 1995 out of three households
Kutenai
   was spoken in   
Canada
6 native speakers left
Kutenai
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
6 native speakers in 2002
Kuthant
   was spoken in   
Australia
Kwerisa
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Labir
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Lamu-Lamu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Laragia
   was spoken in   
Australia
Lardil
   was spoken in   
Australia
Latin
   was spoken in   
Vatican City
Leco
   was spoken in   
Bolivia
20 native speakers left
Lenca
   was spoken in   
El Salvador
Ethnic population: 36,858
Lenca
   was spoken in   
Honduras
Only a few speakers in Honduras as of 1993
Lengilu (Kalimantan)
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Lere
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Ligurian
   was spoken in   
France
Limilngan
   was spoken in   
Australia
Lingkhim
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Liv
   was spoken in   
Latvia
Lom (Sumatra)
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Loun
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Lufu
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Luhu
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Luiseño
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
30 to 40 native speakers in 2000
Luo
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Luri
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Lushootseed
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
60 native speakers estimated in 1990
Mabire
   was spoken in   
Chad
Madngele
   was spoken in   
Australia
Maidu, Northeast
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 to 2 native speakers estimated in 1998 out of population of 150
Maidu, Northwest
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
3 to 6 native speakers in 1994 out of population of 200.
Maku'a (Nusa Tenggara)
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Manda
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mandandanyi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mandan
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
6 native speakers in 1992 out of ethnic population of 400
Mander
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Mangara
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mangerr
   was spoken in   
Australia
Manx
   was spoken in   
The United Kingdom
Maori
   was spoken in   
New Zealand
157,100 people (or 4 percent of the total New Zealand population) could hold a conversation in Māori in 2006, 84% were Māori. The percentage is declining.
Mapia
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Mapidian
   was spoken in   
Brazil
50 native speakers left
Mapidian
   was spoken in   
Guyana
Mapoyo
   was spoken in   
Venezuela
3 native speakers/120 total population in 200
Mara
   was spoken in   
Australia
Maragus
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Maranunggu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Margany
   was spoken in   
Australia
Margu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Maridan
   was spoken in   
Australia
Maridjabin
   was spoken in   
Australia
Marimanindji
   was spoken in   
Australia
Maringarr
   was spoken in   
Australia
Marithiel
   was spoken in   
Australia
Maritime Sign Language
   was spoken in   
Canada
Mariyedi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Marti Ke
   was spoken in   
Australia
Martuyhunira
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mashco Piro
   was spoken in   
Peru
20 to 100 native speakers in 1976
Matipuhy
   was spoken in   
Brazil
40 native speakers left
Matlatzinca-Atzingo
   was spoken in   
Mexico
50 to 100 native speakers in 1993
Matlatzinca-San Francisco
   was spoken in   
Mexico
Ethnic population: 1,167
Mator
   was spoken in   
Russia
Mawayana
   was spoken in   
Guyana
50 native speakers
Mayaguduna
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mbabaram
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mbariman-Gudhinma
   was spoken in   
Australia
Menominee
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
39 native speakers out of population of 3500 in 1977
Meohan
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Miriwung
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mittu
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Miwa
   was spoken in   
Australia
Miwok, Central Sierra
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
12 native speakers
Miwok, Lake
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 to 2 native speakers in 1992
Miwok, Northern Sierra
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
6 native speakers in 1994
Miwok, Plains
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 native speaker in 1962
Miwok, Southern Sierra
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
7 native speakers in 1962
Mlahso
   was spoken in   
Syria
MOKSELA
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Mok
   was spoken in   
Thailand
Mondé
   was spoken in   
Brazil
30 native speakers left
Mono
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
37 to 41 native speakers in 1994
Morokodo
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Mozarabic
   was spoken in   
Spain
Extinct
Mudbura
   was spoken in   
Australia
Mullukmulluk
   was spoken in   
Australia
Muluridyi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Muniche
   was spoken in   
Peru
3 native speakers in 1988
Munsee
   was spoken in   
Canada
7 or 8 native speakers left
Muruwari
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nachering
   was spoken in   
Nepal
NAKA'ELA
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Nasarian
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Ndai
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Negidal
   was spoken in   
Russia
Ngadjunmaya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngalakan
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngalkbun
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngamini
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngarla
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngarluma
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngawun
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngong
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Ngura
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ngurmbur
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nhuwal
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nijadali
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nimanbur
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nisenan
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 native speaker in 1994
Niuatoputapu
   was spoken in   
Tonga
Extinct
Njerep
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Noy
   was spoken in   
Chad
Nungali
   was spoken in   
Australia
NUSA LAUT
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
N|u
   was spoken in   
South Africa
Nyamal
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nyang
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nyawaygi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nyigina
   was spoken in   
Australia
Nyulnyul
   was spoken in   
Australia
Oblo
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Odut
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Ofayé
   was spoken in   
Brazil
15 native speakers left
Oko-Juwoi
   was spoken in   
India
Old Kentish Sign Language
   was spoken in   
The United Kingdom
Omagua
   was spoken in   
Brazil
There may be no native speakers left in Brazil
Omagua
   was spoken in   
Peru
10 to 100 speakers in Peru in 1976
Omotik
   was spoken in   
Kenya
Ona
   was spoken in   
Argentina
1 to 3 native speakers left
Opata
   was spoken in   
Mexico
15 native speakers
Orok
   was spoken in   
Russia
Oro Win
   was spoken in   
Brazil
5 native speakers left
Osage
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
5 native speakers out of 15,000 ethnic population in 1991
Pacahuara
   was spoken in   
Bolivia
17 native speakers left
Pakanha
   was spoken in   
Australia
Pali
   was spoken in   
Sri Lanka
Pali Turung
   was spoken in   
India
Palumata
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Pam
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Panamint
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
20 native speakers out of ethnic population of 100 in 1998
Panytyima
   was spoken in   
Australia
Papora
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Paulohi
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Pawnee
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
20 native speakers out of 2500 in 1997
Pazeh
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Pidgin, Timor (Nusa Tenggara)
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Pini
   was spoken in   
Australia
Pipil
   was spoken in   
El Salvador
20 native speakers as of 1987
Piru
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Pitta Pitta
   was spoken in   
Australia
Pémono
   was spoken in   
Venezuela
1 native speaker in 2000
Polabian
   was spoken in   
Germany
Pomo, Central
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
2 to 5 native speakers out of population of 4766 in 1997
Pomo, Southeastern
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
5 (1994 L. Hinton).
Pomo, Southern
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 native speaker in 1994
Pongyong
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Puelche
   was spoken in   
Argentina
5 or 6 native speakers left
Puruborá
   was spoken in   
Brazil
2 native speakers left
Putai
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Qawasqar
   was spoken in   
Chile
20 native speakers left
Quapaw
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
34 out of 2000 total population native speakers in 1990
Quileute
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers out 300 total ethnic population in 1977
Rama
   was spoken in   
Nicaragua
24 native speakers/900 total population in 1989
Resígaro
   was spoken in   
Peru
14 native speakers in 1978
Reyesano
   was spoken in   
Bolivia
Possibly a few speakers
Saam
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Saaroa
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Sakao
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Salish, Straits
   was spoken in   
Canada
20 native speakers left
Samaritan
   was spoken in   
Palestine
Samaritan Aramaic
   was spoken in   
Palestine
SAPONI
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Sapé
   was spoken in   
Venezuela
5 native speakers/25 total population in 1977
Sechelt
   was spoken in   
Canada
40 native speakers left
Sekani
   was spoken in   
Canada
30 to 40 native speakers left
Semelai
   was spoken in   
Malaysia
Senhaja De Srair
   was spoken in   
Morocco
Extinct
Seroa
   was spoken in   
Lesotho
Extinct
Serrano
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
1 native speaker in 1994
Seru
   was spoken in   
Malaysia
Shau
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Shuadit
   was spoken in   
France
Sikiana
   was spoken in   
Brazil
33 native speakers left
Sikiana
   was spoken in   
Suriname
15 native speakers in 2001
Siraiya
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Sirenek
   was spoken in   
Russia
San Miguel Creole French
   was spoken in   
Panama
3 native speakers
Snohomish
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers out of total 800 ethnic population in 1998
Somyev
   was spoken in   
Nigeria
Sorbian
   was spoken in   
Germany
Sowa
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Squamish
   was spoken in   
Canada
15 native speakers left
Syriac
   was spoken in   
Syria
Tagish
   was spoken in   
Canada
2 native speakers left
Tahltan
   was spoken in   
Canada
35 native speakers left
Tanacross
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
35/120 native speakers in 1997
Tanaina
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
75 out of 900 native speakers in 1997
Tanana, Lower
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
30/380 native speakers in 1995
TANDIA
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Taokas
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Tariano
   was spoken in   
Brazil
100 native speakers left
Tariano
   was spoken in   
Colombia
Ethnic population: 332
Taushiro
   was spoken in   
Peru
1 native speaker in 2002
Tübatulabal
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
6/900 native speakers in 200
Tehuelche
   was spoken in   
Argentina
4 native speakers left
Ternateño
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Thao
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Thaypan
   was spoken in   
Australia
Tinigua
   was spoken in   
Colombia
2 native speakers left
Tocharian
   was spoken in   
Turkey
Togoyo
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Tolowa
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
4 to 5 native speakers in 1994
Torá
   was spoken in   
Brazil
40 native speakers left
Torona
   was spoken in   
The Sudan
Totoro
   was spoken in   
Colombia
4 native speakers left
Tremembé
   was spoken in   
Brazil
Tsotsitaal
   was spoken in   
South Africa
Tsou
   was spoken in   
Taiwan
Tunebo, Angosturas
   was spoken in   
Colombia
50 native speakers left
Tuscarora
   was spoken in   
Canada/United States
7 or 8 in Canada/4-5 in United States native speakers left
Tututni
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers in 1962
Twendi
   was spoken in   
Cameroon
Tyaraity
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ubykh
   was spoken in   
Turkey
Udthe
   was spoken in   
Russia
Umbindhamu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Umbugarla
   was spoken in   
Australia
Umbuygamu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Uradhi
   was spoken in   
Australia
Ura
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Urningangg
   was spoken in   
Australia
Uru
   was spoken in   
Bolivia
2 native speakers left
Vatrata
   was spoken in   
Vanuatu
Vayu
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Vilela
   was spoken in   
Argentina
20 native speakers left
Wadjiginy
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wadjigu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wagaya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wageman
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wajarri
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wakawaka
   was spoken in   
Australia
Waling
   was spoken in   
Nepal
Wambaya
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wamin
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wangaaybuwan - Ngiyambaa
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wanggamala
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wangganguru
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wanman
   was spoken in   
Australia
Waray
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wardaman
   was spoken in   
Australia
Warlmanpa
   was spoken in   
Australia
Warluwara
   was spoken in   
Australia
Warrgamay
   was spoken in   
Australia
Warrwa
   was spoken in   
Australia
Warungu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wasco-Wishram
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
69 native speakers in 1990 out of population of 750
Washo
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 native speakers in 1998
Wichita
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
3 native speakers in 2000 out of population of 1400.
Wik-Epa
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wik-Iiyanh
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wik-Keyangan
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wik-Me'anha
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wikngenchera
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wilawila
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wintu
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
5 or 6 native speakers out of population of 2,244 in 1998
Wiradhuri
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wirangu
   was spoken in   
Australia
Woria
   was spoken in   
Indonesia
Worora
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wulna
   was spoken in   
Australia
Wunambal
   was spoken in   
Australia
Xetá
   was spoken in   
Brazil
3 native speakers left
Xipaya
   was spoken in   
Brazil
2 native speakers left
Xiri
   was spoken in   
South Africa


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