List of Wikipedias by language macrofamily

List of Wikipedias by language macrofamily

Article share of the largest language macro-families
Nostratic
  
75.91%
Austric
  
18.21%
Dene-Caucasian
  
4.33%
Other
  
1.55%

Lists of Wikipedias by various criteria: edit

Nostratic languages (39,556,422 Articles, 399,272 Active Users)Edit

 
Present day worldwide distribution of the Nostratic macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Indo-European languages33,445,480360,701
Altaic languages3,019,74223,609
Afro-Asiatic languages1,444,1648,757
Uralic languages1,204,2514,419
Dravidian languages291,8861,433
Kartvelian languages148,546320
Eskimo-Aleut languages2,35333

Austric languages (9,491,011 Articles, 8,072 Active Users)Edit

 
Present day worldwide distribution of the Austric macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Austronesian languages8,102,1714,841
Austroasiatic languages1,248,0392,057
Tai-Kadai languages140,8011,174

Dene-Caucasian languages (2,255,516 Articles, 9,479 Active Users)Edit

 
Present day worldwide distribution of the Dené-Caucasian macrofamily of languages.
Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Sino-Tibetan languages1,622,6009,026
Vasconic languages350,940378
North Caucasian languages270,00960
Na-Dene languages11,96715

Constructed languages and Creoles (527,325 Articles, 594 Active Users)Edit

Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
A priori and Indo-European-
based
Constructed languages
458,111491
Creoles and Pidgins69,214103

Congo-Saharan languages (122,805 Articles, 497 Active Users)Edit

Language FamilyArticlesActive Users
Niger-Congo languages122,805495
Nilo-Saharan languages02

Amerind languages (39,843 Articles, 171 Active Users)Edit

Languag FamilyArticlesActive Users
Quechuan languages21,78832
Uto-Aztecan languages6,97617
Aymaran languages4,64518
Je–Tupi–Carib languages3,72522
Algic languages1,86864
Iroquoian languages83410
Muskogean languages78