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Verfügbare Sprachen und Dialekte (insgesamt): 108
Zuletzt hinzugefügt: Walisisch (Welsh)
Rot = 2 (weitgehend vollständig)

Orange = 106 (vorübergehende Rohübersetzungen)
Grau = ca. 40 (noch nicht verfügbar. Weitere folgen, wird fortgesetzt)

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Die Sprachen in der Tabelle sind alphabetisch (A-Z) geordnet, aber nach den ENGLISCHEN Namen der Sprachen. Aber Du kannst auch in den Klammern die Namen in der Muttersprache finden.

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A
Abaza (абаза бызшва, abaza byzšwa, абазэбзэ)
Acehnese
(Achinese, Bahsa/Basa Acèh, بهسا اچيه)
Achinese – see “Acehnese”
Adyghe
(West Circassian, Cherkess, КӀахыбзэ, K’axybzæ, Адыгабзэ, Adygabzæ)
Afghan Persian – see “Persian – Afghan Persian (Dari)” or “Persian”; Not to be confused with “Afghani”
Afghani (افغانی , Afghāni) – see “Pashto”; Not to be confused with “Afghan Persian”
Afrikaans
(Afrikaans, Cape Dutch)
Albanian
(shqip, gjuha shqipe, Shqiptar, Shqiptare)
Amharic
(
አማርኛ, amarəñña)
Arabic (Arabian language, اللغة العربية , اَلْعَرَبِيَّةُ , al-ʿarabiyya, عَرَبِيّ, ʿarabīy)
Aramaic/Aramaean (Aramaian, ארמית , Arāmît, ܐܪܡܝܐ , Ārāmāyâ, Turoyo, Ṭūroyo, Ṭūr ‘Abdinian Aramaic, Surayt, Sūrayṯ, Suryoyo, Sūryōyō, ܛܘܪܝܐ , Syriac, Syrian; Not to be confused with “Armenic” – see “Armenian”)
Armenian/Armenic (հայերէն/հայերեն, Hayeren, Hayaren, Haieren; Not to be confused with “Aramaic”)
Assamese (অসমীয়া, asamīẏā)
Austro German
– see “German – Austro German”
Azerbaijani (Azərbaycan, Azeri, آذربایجان دیلی , Азәрбајҹан дили)
B
Bai
(Bairt‧ngvr‧zix, Báiyǔ, 白語, 白语)
Bangla/Bangladesh language – see “Bengali”
Bashkir (Башҡортса Bashqortsa, Башҡорт теле Bashqort tele, Basquir; Not to be confused with
“Basque”)
Basque (Euskara; Not to be confused with “Basquir” – see “Bashkir”)
Basquir – see “Bashkir” (Not to be confused with
“Basque”)
Belarusian(Belarusan, Belarussian, Belorussian, беларуская мова belaruskaja mowa)
Bengali (বাংলা ভাষা, bāṃlā bhāṣā, Bangla, Bangladesh language)
Binisaya – see “Bisaya”
Birmese – see “Burmese”
Bisaya/Bisayan – see “Cebuano”
Bosnian (bosanski jezik/босански језик)
Bulgarian
(български език, bălgarski esik)
Burman – see “Burmese”
Burmese (bəma˨sa˨, မြန်မာစာ, mranmabhasa, Myanmar language, Burma language, Burman language)
C
Canadian French – see “French – Canada/Canadian French” (Not to be confused with “Kannada”)
Cambodian – see “Khmer”

Cape Dutch – see “Afrikaans”
Castilian/Castillian/Castellano – see “Spanish”
Catalan (Valencian, valencià, catalá)
Cebuan/Cebuano (Binisaya, Bisaya, Bisayan, Visayan, Sebwano, Cebuan from Cebu island on the Philippines)
Changana – see “Xitsonga”
Chewa – see “Nyanja”
Chichangana – see “Xitsonga”
Chichewa – see “Nyanja”
Chishangana – see “Xitsonga”
Chishona – see “Shona”
Chitsonga – see “Xitsonga”
Chinyanja – see “Nyanja”
Chinese
Circassian – see “Adyghe”
Cherkess – see “Adyghe”
Chuukese
(Chuuk, Ruk, Trukese)
Corsican (Corsu, Lingua Corsa)
Cree
(Nēhiyawēwin, ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ)
Creole – see “Haitian Creole” and “Mauritian Creole”
Croatian
(hrvatski jezik)
Cymric – see “Welsh”
Czech
(český jazyk, čeština)
D
Danish
(dansk)
Dari in Afghanistan ( دری ,  Darī, فارسی دری , Fārsī-yi Darī) – see “Persian – Afghan Persian (Dari)” or “Persian”; Not to be confused with the other “Dari” – see “Dari in Iran”
Dari in Iran
(Gabri , دری ; Not to be confused with the other “Dari” – see “Dari in Afghanistan”)
Duala
(Duálá)
Dutch
E
English (All Versions)
Esperanto (Constructed/Plan language Esperanto; Not to be confused with “Español” – see “Spanish”)
Estonian
(eesti keel)
Euskara – see “Basque”
F
Faroese
(føroyskt mál)
Farsi
(Fārsī, форсӣ, Iranian Persian ,زبان فارسی, similar to Dari – see “Dari in Afghanistan”)
Fijian
(Fiji, Na vosa vaka-Viti)
Filipino/Philipino
(Wikang Filipino, Pilipino, Tagalog)
Finnish
(suomi, suomen kieli)
French
French – Standard French (Français)
French – Canada/Canadian French/Quebec (Québec, Français)
Frisian
Frisian in Friesland of the Netherlands – West Frisian (Westerlauwersk Frysk, Westerlauwers Fries; Not to be confused with Frisian in Northern Germany – see “North Frisian”)
Frisian in Northern Germany – North Frisian
(nordfriisk; Not to be confused with Frisian in Friesland in the Netherlands – see “West Frisian”)

G
Gabri – see “Dari in Iran”
Gaelic – see
“Irish” and “Scottish”
Galician (Galego, Gallego)
Gallego/Galego – see “Galician”
Ganda – see “Luganda”
Georgian (ქართული ენა, kartuli ena)
German Languages (Overview)
German/Deutsch (Informal Form/Du-Form)
German/Deutsch 2
(Formal Form/Sie-Form)

German/Deutsch (Children’s Version/ Kinderversion)
German – Austro German (Austrian German, Österreichisch)
German – Judeo-German – see
“Yiddish”

German – Low German
(German mostly in some parts of North Germany, Plattdeutsch, Holsteiner Platt, Niederdeutsch)
German – Swiss German
(German in Switzerland, Schwizerdütsch, Schwiizertüütsch, Schweizerdeutsch)
Gorkha/Gorkhali – see “Nepali”
Greek (ελληνική, ellinikí)

Gujarati (Gujarathi, ગુજરાતી, Gujarātī)
Gurkha/Gurkhali – see “Nepali”
H
Haieren – see “Armenian”
Haitian Creole (kreyòl ayisyen, Creole, Kreyòl)

Harshen/Halshen Hausa – see “Hausa”
Hausa
(Harshen/Halshen Hausa, Hausanci, هَرْشَن , هَوْسَ)
Hawaiian (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi)
Hayeren/Hayaren – see “Armenian”
Hebrew
(Ivrit, עברית , ‘Ivrit)
Hiligaynon
(Ilonggo)
Hindi
(हिन्दी, हिंदी, Hindī)
Hmong/Mong (Hmoob)
Hmoob – see “Hmong”
Hungarian
(Magyar nyelv)
I
Ibo – see “Igbo”
Icelandic (íslenska)

Igbo
(Ibo, Ásụ̀sụ́ Ìgbò)
Ikinyarwanda – see “Kinyarwanda”
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Inuktitut
(Language of the Inuits, Eskimo, Inuinnaqtun, ᐃᓄᐃᓐᓇᖅᑐᓐ)
Iranian Persian – see “Persian (Farsi)”
Irish (Gaeilge, Gaolainn, Gaelic; Not to be confused with “Scottish Gaelic”)
Isan – see “Lao”
Italian (Italiano)
Ivrit – see “Hebrew”
J
Japanese
(日本語, にほんご, ニホンゴ, nihongo, Not to be confused with “Javanese”)
Javanese (basa Jawa, ꦧꦱꦗꦮ, باسا جاوا‎ , Not to be confused with “Japanese”)
Jingpho/Jingpo – see “Kachin”
Judeo-German – see “Yiddish”
K
Kachin
(Jingpho, Jingpo language)
Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ, Not to be confused with “Canada” – see “Canadian French”)
Kazakh/Qazaq (qazaqşa)
Kechua – see “Quechua”
Khalkha – see “Mongolian”
Khmer (Cambodian, ភាសាខ្មែរ, Phéasa Khmér)
Kichwa – see “Quechua”
Kinyarwanda (Ikinyarwanda, Rwandan, Ruanda)
Kirghiz/Kirgiz – see “Kyrgyz”
Kiswahili – see “Suaheli”
Korean (hangugeo, hangugmal, 한국말, chosŏnmal, 조선말)
Kurdish – Kurmanji (Kurdî, Kurmancî, Kurmanci, کوردی)
Kurmanji – see “Kurdish”
Kyrgyz (Kirgiz, Kirghiz, Кыргыз, Kyrgyz tili, قیرغیزچا )
L
Lao/Laotian ( ລາວ, ພາສາລາວ, Phasa Lao; similar to Northeastern Thai, Thai Isan, Lao Isan; Not to be confused with “Luo”)
Lappish – see “Sami”
Latin (Latīnum, Lingua Latīna)
Latvian/Lettish
(latviešu valoda, Latviski)
Lettish – see “Latvian”
Lingala
(Ngála)
Lithuanian
(lietuvių kalba)
Low German– see “German – Low German”
Luganda
(Ganda, Oluganda)
Luo (Dholuo, d̪ólúô; Not to be confused with
“Lao”)
Lushai/Mizo
Luxembourgish/Luxemburgish (Lëtzebuergesch, Luxembourgian, Luxemburgisch)
M
Maasai (ɔl Maa)
Macedonian (македонски јазик, makedonski jazik)
Magyar – see “Hungarian”
Malagasy (malagasy,language of Madagascar)
Malay/Malayic (Bahasa Melayu , بهاسا ملايو ) – see “Malaysian” or “Indonesian”
Malayalam (മലയാളം, Malayāḷaṁ;Not to be confused with “Malaysian”)
Malaysian (Malaysian Malay, Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Melayu Malaysia , بهاس مليسيا; Not to be confused with “Malayalam”)
Maltese (Malti)
Mandarin – see “Chinese”
Manipuri (ইমার ঠার/বিষ্ণুপ্রিয়া মণিপুরী, imār ṭhār, biṣṇupriẏā maṇipurī, Meitei)
Maori (Te Reo Māori)
Marathi (मराठी, Marāṭhī)
Mauritian Creole (Morisien, Morisyen, kreol morisien)
Meitei – see “Manipuri”
Miskito
(Miskitu)
Mizo – see “Lushai
Moldavian – see “Moldovan”
Moldovan (Moldavian, limba moldovenească, лимба молдовеняскэ, лимба молдовенѣскъ) – see “Romanian”
Mong – see “Hmong” (Not to be confused with
“Mongolian”)
Mongolian (Mongol, монгол хэл, ᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ, ᠬᠡᠯᠡ, Khalkha; Not to be confused with “Mong” – see “Hmong”)
Morisien/Morisyen – see “Mauritian Creole”
Myanmar language – see “Burmese”
N
Nauruan (Nauru, dorerin Naoero)
Nepali (Nepalese language, नेपाली, Nepālī, Gorkha, Gorkhali, Gurkha, Gurkhali)
Netherlandic – see “Dutch”
Norwegian (Norsk)
Nosu – see “Yi”
Nuosu – see “Yi”

Nyanja (ChiNyanja, ChiChewa, Chewa)
O
Odia (ଓଡ଼ିଆ, Oṛiā, Oriya)
Oriya/Oria – see “Odia”
Ozbek/Oʻzbekcha – see “Uzbek”
P
Panjabi – see “Punjabi”
Papiamentu
(Papiamento)
Pashto (Pakhto, Pashtu, Pushto, پښتو, Pəx̌tó, Pax̌tó)
Persian
Philipino – see “Filipino”
Pilipino – see “Filipino”
Polish (język polski, polszczyzna)
Portuguese (Português)
Punjabi/Panjabi (پنجابی , پن٘جابی , ਪੰਜਾਬੀ , Panjābī)
Q
Qazaq/Quazaq – see “Kazakh”
Quebec/Québec – see “Canadian French”
Quechua (Runa Simi, Runasimi, Qhichwa Simi, Qheswa Simi, Kichwa, Kechua, Kechuan, Quechuan, Quichua)
Quichua – see “Quechua”
R
Romanian/Rumanian (limba română, românește, similar to “Moldovan/Moldavian”)
Ruanda – see “Kinyarwanda”
Ruk – see “Chuukese”
Rumanian – see “Romanian”
Runasimi – see “Quechua”
Russian

Rwanda/Rwandan – see “Kinyarwanda”
S
Sami/Lappish
(Sámegiella)
Samoan (Gagana Sāmoa, Gagana faʻa Sāmoa)
Scottish Gaelic (Scots Gaelic, Gàidhlig, Gaelic, Not to be confused with “Irish”)
Sebwano – see “Cebuano”
Serbian (српски језик, srpski jezik)
Sesotho (Sotho, language of the Basotho in Lesotho)
Shangaan/Shangana/Shangani – see “Xitsonga”
Shona (chiShona)
Shqiptare – see “Albanian”
Siamese – see “Thai”
Sindhi (सिंधी , سنڌي , Sindhī)
Sinhalese (සිංහල, Sinhala)
Slovak (slovenčina)
Slovenian
(Slovene, slovenščina)
Somali (Af-Soomaali, Soomaali, اف صومالي , صومالي)

Sotho – see “Sesotho”
Spanish (Espanol, Español, Castellano, Castilian, Castillian, Hispanic, Hispano)
Suaheli/Swahili (Kiswahili, كِيْسَوَاحِيْلِيْ )
Sundanese (Basa Sunda)
Surayt/Suryoyo – see “Aramaic”
Swahili – see “Suaheli”
Swedish
(Svenska)
Swiss German – see “German – Swiss German”
Syriac/Syrian – see “Aramaic”
T
Tadzikh – see “Tajik”
Tagalog – see “Filipino”
Tajik (Tadzikh, Забони тоҷикӣ, Zaboni Tojikī, Tajik Persian, Tajiki, форси́и тоҷикӣ́, forsii tojikī) – see “Persian – Tajik Persian”
Tamil (தமிழ், Tamiḻ)
Tartar – see “Tatar”
Tatar (Tatarian, Tartar, Tartarian, татар теле, tatar tele, татарча, tatarça)
Telugu (తెలుగు)
Te Reo Māori – see “Maori”
Thai

Tibetan (Standard or Lhasa Tibetan, ལྷ་སའི་སྐད་, Lha-sa’i skad, Lhaséké, Lasägä)
Tonga/Tongan (Tonga, lea fakatonga. Not to be confused with “Tsonga” – see “Xitsonga”.)
Trukese – see “Chuukese”
Tsonga – see “Xitsonga” (Not to be confused with “Tonga/Tongan”)
Tswa-Ronga – see “Xitsonga”
Turkish (Türkçe, Türkiye Türkçesi; Not to be confused with “Turkmen”)
Turkmen (türkmençe, түркменче , تۆرکمنچه , Not to be confused with“Turkish”)
Turoyo – see “Aramaic”

U
Uighur – see “Uyghur”
Ukrainian (українська мова, ukrainska mova)

Urdu (اردو‎, اُردُو , Urdū)
Uyghur (Uighur, ئۇيغۇرچە , Уйғурчә, Uyghurche, Uyƣurqə, Uyğurçä)
Uzbek (Oʻzbekcha, Ozbek, Özbek, ўзбекча , اۉزبېکچه)
V
Valencian – see “Catalan”
Vietnamese (tiếng Việt, Hán Nôm, 㗂越, tiếng Việt Nam, 㗂越南, Việt ngữ, 越語)

Visayan – see “Cebuano”
W
Welsh (Cymric, Cymraeg, y Gymraeg)
White Russian – see “Belarusian”
X
Xangana – see “Xitsonga”
Xhosa (isiXhosa)

Xichangana – see “Xitsonga”
Xitsonga (Language of the Tsonga/Shangaan people, Tswa-Ronga, Shangaan, Shangani, Shangana, Changana, Chishangana, Chishangana, Chitsonga, Xichangana, Xangana, Thonga. Not to be confused with “Tonga”.)
Y
Yi (Nosu, Nuosu, 彝语, Yíyǔ, ꆇꉙ)
Yiddish (ייִדיש , יידיש , אידיש , yidish, idish, “Jewish”, Yiddish-Taitsh, Judaeo German, Judeo German, jiddisch-daitsch, jüdisch-deutsch)
Yoruba (èdè Yorùbá, عِدعِ يوْرُبا)
Z
Zulu (isiZulu)

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