LinguaDiem

This is a list of the first 500 languages that were posted to @LinguaDiem on Twitter. You can also read this blog post here to find out more.

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Abau
Abkhaz
Abui
Adnyamathanha
Afrikaans
Aghem
Aguaruna
Ainu
Akha
Akhvakh
Alabama
Albanian
Amanab
Ambulas
Amele
Anggruk
Anywa
Apache
Apinaye
Arabana-Wangkangurru
Arabela
Arapaho
Arop-Lokep
Arrente
Asheninka Perene
ASL
Athabaskan (family)
Athapare
Australian (family)
Awa
Awtuw
Aymara
Ayoreo
Bagiro
Bambara
Bannoni
Bariai
Baruga
Beja
Belarusian
Belhare
Benchnon
Berber, Rif
Betawi
Biak
Bini
Blackfoot
Blagar
Bor
Boro
Breton
Bribri
Burmese
Buru
Busa
Bwisi
Caddo
Cahuilla
Camling
Canela
Cantonese
Caodeng
Car
Carrier
Cayuvava
Chaha
Cham, Eastern
Chamariko
Chamococo
Chatino
Chayahuita
Chichimeco Jonaz
Chickasaw
Chipewyan
Chiquimulilla
Chocktaw
Chukchi
Cicipu
Comanche
Cree
Creek
Crow
Czech
Dadibi
Dagaare
Dahalik
Dakota
Damin
Dan
Dani
Danish
Dciriku
Dhaasanac
Dhivehi
Dinka
Diyari
Dobu
Dogrib
Dolakhae
Domari
Doromu-Koki
Dschang
Dulong
Dungan
Dyirbal
Eipo
Enga
English Canadian
Epena Pedee
Eton
Evenki
Faroese
Fasu
Fijian Hindi
Finnish
Finnish Sign Language
French Canadian
Fula
Fur
Fuyung
Gabadi
Galo
Gapapaiwa / Gapa / Paiwa
Georgian
German Sign Language
Gidar
Gitksan
Godie
Godoberi
Gola
Gondi
Goro
Greenlandic
Guarani
Gumawana
Gusii
Gyarong
Gyeli
Hadza
Haida
Haisla
Haitian Creole
Hamar
Hausa
Hawaiian
Hayu
Heiltsuk
Hidatsa
Hiw
Hixkaryana
Hmong
Hua
Hunde
Hungarian
Hunzib
Ibibio
Icelandic
Igbo
Igede
Illinois
Imonda
Inari Sami
Ingush
Inuktitut
Inupiaq
Iquito
Iraqw
Irish
Isolates
Israeli sign language
Italian
Itelman
Iyo
Jalapa Mazatec
Jamaican Creole
Jaminjung
Japanese
Jarawa
Jeh
Jinghpo
Kabardian
Kabyle
Kairi
Kairiru
Kalam
Kali’na
Kaluli
Kam
Kambera
Kanembu
Kara
Karaja
Kari’ña
Karo Rawa
Katu
Kayah Li
Kayardild
Kazakh
Kewapi
Kham
Khanty
Kickapoo
Kinyarwanda
Kire
Kiribati
Kirundi
Kisi
Kissi
Kiwai
Klamath
Koasati
Komering
Komi
Konai / Kalai
Korya Chiini
Kresh
Kriyol
Kulina
Kunimaipa
Kuot
Kurtop
Kuskokwim
Kusunda
Kwakwala
Kwaza
Kwerba
Kwomtari
Laal
Lahu
Lai
Lakota
Lampung
Lao
Latin
Lavukaleve
Lenakel
Lepcha
Leti
Lezgian
Lillooet
Lingala
Lisu
Lithuanian
Loniu
Lote
Luiseno
Maasai
Maay
Macanese
Macedonian
Madi
Mafa
Makalero
Makonde
Makushi
Malagasy
Malakmalak
Maltese
Mam
Mamaindê
Mamvu
Mandarin
Mangarrayi
Mangbetu
Manggarai
Manjaku
Mapuche
Mapudungun
Maranungku
Mari
Maricopa
Marquesan
Marshallese
Martuthunira
Mato
Mayo
Mbodomo
Meithei
Mengen
Menya
Michif
Migabac
Mikmaq
Misima
Mixtec, Chalcatongo
Mlabri
Mohawk
Mojave
Mokilese
Moksha
Mongghul
Mongolian
Mortlockese
Moru
Motuna
Movima
Muhiang
Munduruku
Murrinhpatha
Mussau
Nadëb
Nahuatl
Najamba
Nambikwara
Namia
Nankina
Nanti
Nar-Phu
Nauran
Navajo
Ndebele
Nelemwa
Nend
Nengone
Neverver
Newari
Nez Perce
Ngiti
Ngiyambaa
Nias
Norwegian
Notsi
Nuer
Nupe
Nuxalk
Nyamwezi
Ojibwe
Oksapmin
Oneida
Ono
Orokaiva
Oromo
Orungu
Osage
Ossetic
Panare
Pangasinan
Pantar
Papiamento
Pari
Passmaquoddy
Paya Kuna
Penan Benalui
Pichi
Pinai-Hagahai
Piraha
Pitjantjatjara
Plang
Pohnpeian
Polish
Pomo, Central
Prinmi
Prokem
Pukapukan
Pumi
Punjabi
Pwo Karen
Qafar
Qawasqar
Qiang
Quechua
Quileute
Rabha
Rapa Iti
Rapanui
Rawang
Rotokas
Russian
Saami
Saanich
Sacapultec
Saisiyat
Saliba
Salishan (family)
Sam
Samoan
Satawal
Satawalese
Sauk
Saya
Scots
Seereer
Seimat
Semelai
Sentinelese
Sereer
Shakgalagari
Shimakonde
Siar
Sicilian
Sidaama
Sindhi
Sinhalese
Sio
Sipakapense
Skou
Slavey
Somali
Soqotri
Sotho / Sesotho
Spanish
Suena
Sulka
Suma
Sursurunga
Swiss German
Taba
Tabaa
Tadaksahak
Tagalog
Tamang
Tamazight Berber
Tamil
Tanacross
Tariana
Tawala
Teiwa
Temne
Tepehua, Heuheutla
Terena
Teribe
Thai
Tibetan
Tigrinya
Tiwi
Tohono O’odham
Tolai
TommoSo
Toqabaqita
Trio
Trique
Trumai
Ts’amakko
Tsakhur
Tsez
Tshangla
Tshiluba
Tuki
Tungak
Tupinamba
Turkish
Tuvualuan
Twi
Udmurt
Ukranian
Ura
Uradhi
Urarina
Uspanteko
Uzbek
Vanimo
Varli
Vitu
Wadarang
Waimiri Atroari
Wappo
Warao
Warlpiri
Warray
Washo
Waskuk
Waunana
Welsh
Wersing
West Frisian
Winnebago
Wishram
Wobe
Wolof
Worrorra
Wuvulu
Xhosa
Xiang Chinese
Xilixana
Xinka
Xinka, Jumaytepeque
Yagua
Yaka
Yala
Yale
Yami
Yapese
Yavapai
Yeli Dnye
Yiddish
Yimas
Yintyingka
Yir-Yoront
Yokuts
Yu We / Waghi
Yucatec Mayan
Yunnan Bai
Yupik
Yurakare
Zande
Zigula
Zoque
Zulu
Zuni

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