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This is the list of the different language editions of Wikipedia; as of January 2018 there are 298 Wikipedias of which 288 are active and 10 are not.

Wikipedia edition codes

Distribution of the 47,325,464 articles in different language editions (as of 20 January 2018);[1] the majority of the articles in Swedish, Cebuano, and Waray were created by Lsjbot.[citation needed]

  English (11.7%)
  Cebuano (11.4%)
  Swedish (8%)
  German (4.5%)
  French (4.1%)
  Dutch (4.1%)
  Russian (3.1%)
  Italian (3%)
  Spanish (2.9%)
  Waray (2.7%)
  Polish (2.7%)
  Vietnamese (2.5%)
  Japanese (2.3%)
  Portuguese (2.1%)
  Other (34.9%)

Each Wikipedia has a code, which is used as a subdomain below wikipedia.org. Interlanguage links are sorted by that code. The codes represent the language codes defined by ISO 639-1 and ISO 639-3, and the decision of which language code to use is usually determined by the IETF language tag policy. Wikipedias also vary by how thinly they slice dialects and variants; for example, the English Wikipedia includes most modern varieties of English (American English, British English, Indian English, South African English, etc.), but does not include other related languages such as Scots, or Anglo-Saxon, all of which have separate Wikipedias. The Spanish Wikipedia includes both Peninsular Castilian and Latin American Spanish; Malay Wikipedia includes a large number of Malay languages; and so on.

Differences between the ISO mappings and Wikipedia codes include:

WP code WP edition name ISO 639 code for this language Notes
Albanian 'sq' is the ISO code for the Albanian macrolanguage, which includes four individual languages.
Alemannic 'gsw' for Swiss German, Alemannic German, and Alsatian; 'gct' for Colonia Tovar dialect; 'swg' for Swabian German, and 'wae' for Walser German 'als' is actually the ISO code for Tosk Albanian.[2]
Aromanian rup 'roa' is the ISO code for Romance (Other).
Banyumasan 'map' is the ISO code for Austronesian (Other).
Dutch Low Saxon The Low Saxon dialects in the Netherlands have their own ISO codes. In ISO, nds is 'Low Saxon', restricted to Germany in Ethnologue.
Bihari ISO collective code 'bih' is a macrolanguage which includes Bhojpuri (bho), Maithili (mai), Magahi (mag) and nine others.[3] Bihari Wikipedia excludes Maithili () and Fiji Hindi () which exist as independent Wikipedias.
Cantonese yue
Classical Chinese lzh
Malay ISO collective code 'ms' is a macrolanguage that includes more than 30 individual languages and dialects. However, the wiki excludes Indonesian because Indonesian Wikipedia () exists independently.
Min Nan nan
Norwegian Bokmål nb, nob ISO uses no for Norwegian in general. (Norwegian Nynorsk is at 'nn' in both ISO and Wikipedia.)
Ripuarian none ISO ksh is for the Kölsch language, the most prominent dialect of the Ripuarian language group. The other variants (e.g. the Aachen dialect) do not have ISO codes.
Samogitian sgs 'bat' is the ISO code for Baltic (Other).
simple Simple English none
Tarantino none 'roa' is the ISO code for Romance (Other).
Võro vro
Zamboanga Chavacano none ISO cbk is for the Chavacano language. The individual variants do not have ISO codes.

Additionally, Wikipedias vary in wikt:orthography at times. Chinese Wikipedia automatically translates from modern Mandarin Chinese into four standard forms: Mainland China and Singapore in simplified Chinese characters, and Taiwan and Hong Kong / Macau in traditional Chinese characters. Belarussian, however, has a separate Wikipedia for the 'normative' orthography (be) and Taraškievica (be-tarask).

List

An approximation of the number of active users (registered users who have made at least one edit in the last thirty days) is given in powers of ten (see common logarithm): so "5" means at least 10,000, "4" means at least 1000, "3" means at least 100, and so on.[clarification needed]

Detailed list

Notes

  • The "Total" column refers to the number of pages in all namespaces, including both articles (the official article count of each wiki) and non-articles (user pages, images, talk pages, "project" pages, categories, and templates).
  • "Active Users" are registered users who have made at least one edit in the last thirty days.
  • "Images" is the number of locally uploaded files. Note that some large Wikipedias don't use local images and rely on Commons completely, so the value 0 is not a glitch.
  • The "Depth" column (Edits/Articles × Non-Articles/Articles × [1−Stub-ratio]) is a rough indicator of a Wikipedia’s quality, showing how frequently its articles are updated. It does not refer to academic quality.
Language Language (local) Wiki Articles Total Edits Admins Users Active Users Images Depth
English English en 44,013,080 930,705,893 1,239 32,717,341 125,720 853,250 1013.7
Cebuano 8,963,951 0.95
Swedish 7,643,144 5.74
German 6,035,101 96.75
French 9,233,757 222.71
Dutch 3,878,555 13.89
Russian 5,553,967 148.75
Italian 5,073,765 131.69
Spanish 6,188,912 204.52
Waray 2,875,364 3.58
Polish 2,780,916 27.03
Vietnamese 11,637,503 254.06
Japanese 3,219,094 80.2
Portuguese 4,545,389 148.01
Chinese 5,279,860 176.1
Ukrainian 2,296,225 38.96
Serbian 2,122,867 50.26
Persian 3,861,325 214.17
Catalan 1,411,769 30.66
Arabic 3,370,125 226.03
Norwegian (Bokmål) 1,271,680 38.37
Serbo-Croatian 4,588,930 783.68
Finnish 1,159,963 44.43
Hungarian 1,232,939 59.34
Indonesian 2,279,100 125.48
Korean 1,567,535 115.69
Czech 1,068,587 41.7
Romanian 1,970,898 105.5
Malay 841,419 15.99
Turkish 1,542,410 219.99
Basque 707,054 18.64
Esperanto 538,340 16.99
Bulgarian 530,201 24.53
Armenian 791,505 38.94
Danish 790,541 66.39
Min Nan 710,611 12.31
Slovak 487,276 18.64
Minangkabau 317,076 0.89
Kazakh 514,981 9.33
Hebrew 907,733 254.3
Lithuanian 436,887 22.95
Croatian 478,644 28.48
Estonian 425,174 27.49
Chechen 188,853 0.28
Slovenian 377,197 25
Belarusian 490,970 33.34
Galician 354,199 27.98
Greek 434,966 67.86
Norwegian (Nynorsk) 323,139 17.43
Simple English 445,693 76.88
Azerbaijani 337,056 32.56
Uzbek 618,130 62.21
Latin 247,877 12.2
Urdu 699,160 169.06
Hindi 726,952 125.76
Thai 694,593 247.98
Volapük 249,414 15.1
Georgian 337,207 33.99
Tamil 328,743 27.03
Welsh 206,066 56.66
Tajik 165,469 3.73
Macedonian 420,894 133.36
Tagalog 234,761 21.39
Malagasy 219,569 9.87
Occitan 140,032 7.03
Latvian 332,585 81.58
Kirghiz 100,345 0.21
Bosnian 361,113 117.59
Tatar 180,968 24.87
Newar 196,173 12.71
Albanian 197,078 30.4
Telugu 224,903 52.7
Cantonese 165,245 17.91
Piedmontese 98,287 2.47
Breton 125,673 13.98
Belarusian (Taraškievica) 164,069 33.46
Southern Azerbaijani 94,728 0.98
Asturian 91,230 4.34
Bengali 552,903 432.77
Malayalam 350,151 231.38
Javanese 140,573 27.76
Haitian 63,251 0.56
Luxembourgish 112,354 27.79
Marathi 208,226 75.39
Afrikaans 117,024 28.6
Scots 174,768 24.82
Irish 76,898 5.24
Western Punjabi 64,651 1.36
Icelandic 117,239 38.24
Bashkir 119,740 23.92
Chuvash 70,219 4.68
West Frisian 115,542 30.05
Sundanese 67,498 4.17
Swahili 91,627 20.78
Burmese 78,585 5.7
Lombard 96,071 30.51
Aragonese 104,868 77
Yoruba 54,576 5.47
Nepali 85,678 24.49
Eastern Punjabi 95,247 25.71
Gujarati 75,757 21.82
Ido 41,240 5.65
Low Saxon 74,656 33.3
Sicilian 55,440 18.12
Bishnupriya Manipuri 57,913 24.02
Alemannic 56,192 26.88
Bavarian 95,009 63.16
Kurdish (Kurmanji) 59,241 29.72
Kannada 85,557 64.23
Kurdish (Sorani) 114,766 106.12
Interlingua 32,893 6.41
Quechua 52,652 31.82
Mongolian 59,637 51.35
Egyptian Arabic 148,471 306.95
Samogitian 27,320 6.15
Scottish Gaelic 30,943 22.08
Walloon 37,881 23.3
Neapolitan 26,345 17.8
Sinhalese 66,401 84.04
Yiddish 39,385 42.94
Buginese 18,623 1.09
Amharic 44,580 37.87
Min Dong 26,379 2.49
Odia 57,944 57.3
Banyumasan 27,721 8.98
Faroese 37,835 36.11
Mazandarani 27,267 7.06
Upper Sorbian 31,700 27.94
Mingrelian 27,510 7.4
Maithili 27,974 8.26
Limburgish 59,931 114.83
Sakha 39,207 52.71
Sanskrit 51,109 106.05
Venetian 33,901 75.82
Ilocano 46,946 76.59
Ossetian 40,655 98.33
Hill Mari 15,154 1.4
Fiji Hindi 28,879 33.52
Meadow Mari 22,397 12.69
Bhojpuri 47,898 167.15
Emilian-Romagnol 28,307 17.15
Tarantino 17,249 6.01
Pashto 30,729 43.62
Zazaki 26,081 61.59
Kapampangan 18,330 19.69
Sindhi 25,914 16.62
Hakka 15,961 6.44
Northern Sotho 9,609 0.21
Northern Sami 17,397 31.22
Classical Chinese 74,522 338.54
Central Bicolano 12,259 6.82
Acehnese 13,630 6.6
Maori 13,425 8.61
Nahuatl 19,573 70.31
Dutch Low Saxon 16,747 41.84
Silesian 15,839 28.94
Wu 16,585 33.83
Gan 33,176 217.3
Rusyn 11,785 7.22
North Frisian 19,618 29.96
West Flemish 18,420 61.07
Khmer 26,512 85.72
Tibetan 16,010 27.01
Vepsian 18,238 28.39
Gilaki 11,910 5.4
Sardinian 13,338 22.32
Crimean Tatar 19,402 44.41
Võro 9,869 11.28
Corsican 13,470 58.27
Northern Luri 8,801 4.05
Turkmen 13,303 36.12
Komi 11,525 16.79
Kashubian 8,327 7.58
Manx 17,722 115.05
Assamese 39,183 221.77
Erzya 10,965 16.49
Ladino 13,905 61.38
Somali 17,803 86.06
Zeelandic 8,179 9.68
Navajo 15,869 82.45
Aymara 8,553 10.04
Udmurt 11,469 28.71
Lezgian 9,236 14.29
Interlingue 7,043 12.34
Saterland Frisian 9,471 27.64
Cornish 8,344 30.63
Norman 8,079 38.31
Picard 7,940 10.61
Mirandese 8,725 24.33
Romansh 8,758 41.48
Komi-Permyak 7,338 9.76
Abkhazian 8,005 12.48
Konkani 7,238 27.79
Uyghur 12,002 82.5
Ligurian 14,427 129.85
Guarani 8,771 32.38
Maltese 15,047 229.35
Friulian 7,091 35
Lower Sorbian 10,232 72.28
Shona 9,112 25.51
Divehi 11,059 81.73
Anglo-Saxon 14,674 204.02
Lingala 8,624 52.03
Extremaduran 6,290 24.31
Chavacano 5,158 12.88
Kabyle 10,866 53.49
Ripuarian 10,287 1071.39
Franco-Provençal 7,257 66.71
Lao 9,270 36.07
Gagauz 6,226 17.07
Doteli 7,011 ——
Pangasinan 7,324 29.99
Pali 4,419 12.93
Livvi-Karelian 3,946 ——
Avar 9,718 69.59
Kalmyk 10,168 126.22
Palatinate German 4,837 21.82
Buryat 7,598 50.27
Hawaiian 4,822 28.37
Karachay-Balkar 13,467 261.9
Papiamentu 4,588 34.95
Karakalpak 4,728 21.18
Kinyarwanda 5,086 49.93
Pennsylvania German 5,498 82.66
Banjar 12,699 191.21
Tongan 4,996 28.44
Hausa 4,355 22.69
Novial 4,212 107.44
Greenlandic 4,868 58.5
Aramaic 5,897 109.46
Jamaican Patois 2,791 3.25
Kabardian 6,594 65.57
Tuvan 4,811 24.11
Tok Pisin 6,430 156.22
Tetum 3,464 38.26
Igbo 6,247 122.32
Kikuyu 2,854 8.66
Nauruan 4,996 131.88
Aromanian 4,793 466.99
Lak 10,918 259.47
Lojban 5,465 247.56
Tahitian 3,616 56.52
Moksha 4,680 95.09
Zhuang 2,939 29.43
Kongo 2,745 27.89
Luganda 4,138 39.96
Bislama 2,828 ——
Wolof 5,441 255.69
Sranan 2,627 31.48
Kabiye 2,232 ——
Tulu 2,549 ——
Zulu 4,722 180.49
Cherokee 4,495 143.97
Latgalian 2,678 67.45
Samoan 3,827 146.5
Oromo 4,089 126.15
Xhosa 3,014 101.7
Romani 2,506 163.65
Tswana 2,657 86.27
Old Church Slavonic 4,482 623.7
Norfolk 2,569 ——
Kirundi 1,952 ——
Cheyenne 2,124 64.09
Twi 1,873 44.92
Tumbuka 1,873 71.87
Tsonga 2,574 ——
Sesotho 3,016 ——
Gothic 3,967 ——
Pontic 1,930 ——
Swati 2,078 ——
Chamorro 3,192 ——
Bambara 3,117 ——
Fijian 1,964 ——
Adyghe 1,222 ——
Inuktitut 3,853 ——
Chichewa 1,811 ——
Atikamekw 954 ——
Ewe 3,516 ——
Kashmiri 2,595 ——
Akan 2,086 ——
Inupiak 2,263 ——
Venda 1,616 ——
Sango 1,598 ——
Fula 1,740 ——
Dzongkha 1,778 ——
Tigrinya 1,599 ——
Cree 3,019 ——
Dinka 283 ——
Ndonga 439 ——
Choctaw 200 ——
Kuanyama 113 ——
Marshallese 205 ——
Hiri Motu 128 ——
Nuosu 189 ——
Afar 1,512 ——
Muscogee 114 ——
Herero 175 ——
Kanuri 162 ——

Grand total

Articles Total Edits Admins Users Active Users Images
47,325,464 181,970,643 2,499,119,039 3,821 72,683,140 289,711 2,490,921

See also

References

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