Language names

The place for language names of Wikimedia projects, which may be used for different purposes.

  • This is the list of languages of Wikimedian projects.
    • This is not the list of any other set of languages.
    • Languages inside of Incubator should be added here, too -- if they are approved by LangSubCom.
    • If this list is not complete or you are a speaker of recently added language into Incubator, add it into the section "Additional languages" here and inside of the template. Unlike the initial list, this one is not alphabetic, but in order of arrival, which means that your language should be at the end.

CollaborationEdit

  • If you see that link to your language page is red, use template, paste it to the appropriate page and replace string "[[w:xyz" with "[[w:<lang code>".
  • Even the link to your language page exists, please check the page. It is possible that there is no one translation.
  • Cells without translations are marked with red background (bgcolor="#FF0000"); cells with translations are marked with green background (bgcolor="#00FF00"). So, when you translate one or a number of cells, please change the color from red to green.
  • Columns are:
    • The first is an ordinal number (don't change that).
    • The second is a language code used at Wikimedia projects (don't change that, too).
    • The third column is the short form of a language name. In many languages this is a simple adjective (eg. "English") which may be related to the country, nation or ethnicity, too. Keep in mind that if the languages are written with the small first letter in your language, keep small initial letter there, too.
    • The fourth column has two informations: (1) a link to the article about the language at your language edition of Wikipedia and (2) a full language name in your language. Those two informations are the same for, for example, English Wikipedia (cf. w:English language and w:Esperanto. However, some of Wikipedias don't use full names for articles. In this case, please put something like [[w:xx:English|English language]]. Of course, your language may have one (short) name for languages (without forcing "language" suffix). In this case, you should add there appropriate forms from your language (eg. [[w:xx:English|English]]. Note, also, that the link name should be correctly spelled: all Wikipedias have the capital initial letter. So, in the case of Italian spelling, the link should look like [[w:it:Lingua italiana|lingua italiana]].
  • For English speakers: Please check English "translation" and then remove this line.
  • If you have any suggestion, please use the talk page.

Pages for translationsEdit

Initial set of languagesEdit

aa - ab - af - ak - als - am - an - ang - ar - arc - as - ast - av - ay - az - ba - bar - bat-smg - be - bg - bh - bi - bm - bn - bo - bpy - br - bs - bug - bxr - ca - cbk-zam - cdo - ce - ceb - ch - cho - chr - chy - co - cr - cs - csb - cu - cv - cy - da - de - dv - dz - el - en - eo - es - et - eu - fa - ff - fi - fiu-vro - fj - fo - fr - frp - fur - fy - ga - gd - gl - gn - got - gu - gv - ha - hak - haw - he - hi - ho - hr - hsb - ht - hu - hy - hz - ia - id - ie - ig - ii - ik - ilo - io - is - it - iu - ja - jbo - jv - ka - kg - ki - kj - kk - kl - km - kn - ko - kr - ks - ksh - ku - kv - kw - ky - la - lad - lb - lg - li - lij - lmo - ln - lo - lt - lv - map-bms - mg - mh - mi - mk - ml - mn - mo - mr - ms - mt - mus - my - na - nah - nap - nds - ne - new - ng - nl - nn - no - nrm - nv - ny - oc - om - or - os - pa - pag - pam - pap - pdc - pi - pih - pl - pms - ps - pt - qu - rm - rmy - rn - ro - roa-rup - ru - rw - sa - sc - scn - sco - sd - se - sg - sh - si - simple - sk - sl - sm - sn - so - sq - sr - ss - st - su - sv - sw - syr - ta - te - tet - tg - th - ti - tk - tl - tn - to - tokipona - tpi - tr - ts - tt - tum - tw - ty - udm - ug - uk - ur - uz - ve - vec - vi - vls - vo - wa - war - wo - wuu - xal - xh - yi - yo - za - zh - zh-classical - zh-min-nan - zh-yue - zu

Additional languagesEdit

bcl - dsb - crh - myv - ext - gan