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This is a list of the different language editions of Wikipedia; as of 31 March 2017 there are 295 Wikipedias of which 284 are active.

Wikipedia edition codes

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Distribution of the 44,145,435 articles in different language editions (as of 31 March 2017)[1]

  English (12.2%)
  Cebuano (9.4%)
  Swedish (8.6%)
  German (4.6%)
  Dutch (4.3%)
  French (4.2%)
  Russian (3.1%)
  Italian (3%)
  Spanish (3%)
  Waray (2.9%)
  Other (44.7%)

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, 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 edition name WP code Code meaning in ISO 639
Albanian 'sq' is the ISO code for the Albanian macrolanguage that includes four individual languages, although Tosk Albanian is mainly used. 'Als' is the individual code for Tosk Albanian, but this code is used for Alemannic Wikipedia.
Alemannic 'als' is the ISO code for Tosk Albanian.[2] ISO doesn't map exactly here; 'gsw' is the ISO 639-2 and -3 code for Swiss German, Alemannic German, and Alsatian. 'gct' is the ISO 639-3 code for Colonia Tovar dialect, 'swg' is for Swabian German, and 'wae' is for Walser German
Aromanian Not an ISO code. 'roa' is Romance (Other); ISO uses 'rup'.
Banyumasan Not an ISO code. 'map' is Austronesian (Other).
Dutch Low Saxon Not an ISO code. nds is 'Low Saxon', restricted to Germany in Ethnologue. The Low Saxon dialects in the Netherlands have their own ISO codes.
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 Not an ISO code; ISO uses 'yue'.
Classical Chinese Not an ISO code; ISO uses 'lzh'.
Malay Macro language that includes more than 30 individual languages and dialects. However, the wiki excludes Indonesian because Indonesian Wikipedia () exists independently.
Min Nan Not an ISO code; ISO uses 'nan'.
Norwegian Bokmål ISO uses no for Norwegian in general. Bokmal specifically is 'nb' or 'nob'. (Norwegian Nynorsk is at 'nn' in both ISO and Wikipedia.)
Ripuarian 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 Not an ISO code; ISO uses 'sgs'. 'bat' is Baltic (Other).
Simple English simple Not an ISO code.
Tarantino Not an ISO code. 'roa' is Romance (Other).
Võro Not an ISO code; ISO uses 'vro'.
Zamboanga Chavacano Not an ISO code; ISO uses 'cbk' as Chavacano.

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).

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An approximation to the number of active users 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.

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 41,824,517 882,349,167 1,268 30,591,991 140,999 846,445 970.86
Cebuano 7,473,006 1.17
Swedish 7,568,371 5.19
German 5,834,388 98.96
Dutch 3,793,542 13.15
French 8,679,073 215.09
Russian 5,189,115 141.13
Italian 4,737,876 123.56
Spanish 5,821,723 192.74
Waray 2,873,435 3.57
Polish 2,610,750 24.67
Vietnamese 3,461,744 30.55
Japanese 3,078,797 77.12
Portuguese 4,333,902 139.38
Chinese 4,925,311 167.18
Ukrainian 2,076,808 39.57
Catalan 1,345,914 31.21
Persian 3,477,392 217.44
Arabic 2,793,561 182.42
Norwegian (Bokmål) 1,204,823 36.26
Serbo-Croatian 4,559,825 791.23
Finnish 1,113,105 44.94
Hungarian 1,171,990 57.91
Indonesian 2,134,339 123.91
Czech 1,003,165 40.66
Korean 1,453,470 114.35
Romanian 1,723,418 85.4
Serbian 1,269,926 71.49
Turkish 1,476,025 220.96
Malay 782,861 16.28
Basque 686,272 18.44
Esperanto 521,298 16.83
Bulgarian 508,703 24.17
Danish 762,759 67.28
Minangkabau 316,618 0.88
Kazakh 502,535 8.92
Armenian 701,811 35.68
Slovak 472,254 18.97
Min Nan 621,383 10.97
Hebrew 867,425 260.75
Lithuanian 420,938 22.08
Croatian 461,308 30.39
Chechen 182,597 0.18
Estonian 395,761 28.39
Slovenian 365,760 24.97
Belarusian 430,107 26.09
Galician 331,380 25.91
Norwegian (Nynorsk) 313,746 17.43
Greek 399,398 70.39
Uzbek 615,877 61.57
Latin 243,673 11.81
Simple English 419,104 76.28
Urdu 645,159 160.6
Volapük 249,077 15.15
Hindi 653,259 111.58
Azerbaijani 301,887 34.59
Thai 640,280 234.64
Georgian 315,745 32.99
Tamil 275,748 33.25
Welsh 200,104 42.78
Macedonian 408,756 137.83
Malagasy 218,105 9.99
Occitan 138,270 7.03
Latvian 308,545 82.15
Bosnian 351,777 122.15
Newar 196,040 12.69
Tatar 170,839 25.71
Tajik 137,455 6.63
Tagalog 213,206 35.76
Telugu 213,998 47.1
Kirghiz 83,663 0.25
Albanian 177,307 31.85
Piedmontese 97,499 2.41
Breton 122,176 14.25
Belarusian (Taraškievica) 157,129 31.97
Cantonese 144,161 23.84
Haitian 62,275 0.52
Javanese 130,462 22.98
Bengali 506,589 453.27
Malayalam 322,605 246.65
Asturian 75,710 4.19
Luxembourgish 107,097 28.45
Marathi 193,774 76.92
Afrikaans 106,414 29.54
Western Punjabi 59,304 1.03
Scots 158,988 26.64
Icelandic 113,728 41.03
Irish 64,008 5.11
Chuvash 64,312 3.97
Bashkir 108,186 20.93
West Frisian 98,119 23.13
Swahili 85,037 23.1
Burmese 67,614 4.53
Lombard 92,486 32.3
Aragonese 103,159 78.67
Yoruba 54,210 5.35
Nepali 82,396 21.9
Gujarati 69,011 16.99
Ido 40,587 5.71
Low Saxon 69,439 32.95
Sicilian 56,628 20.21
Eastern Punjabi 84,864 24.76
Bishnupriya Manipuri 57,546 23.51
Kurdish (Kurmanji) 57,995 29.67
Alemannic 50,470 22.71
Bavarian 88,616 62.9
Kannada 76,657 57.24
Quechua 52,040 32.22
Interlingua 31,690 6.17
Sundanese 46,042 20.56
Kurdish (Sorani) 107,651 113.21
Mongolian 53,488 45.26
Egyptian Arabic 136,004 311.27
Samogitian 26,831 6
Southern Azerbaijani 25,584 2.25
Walloon 37,215 22.15
Neapolitan 26,219 17.73
Scottish Gaelic 29,918 21.17
Buginese 18,389 0.99
Yiddish 38,285 43.85
Amharic 43,211 40.04
Banyumasan 27,307 8.58
Sinhalese 61,562 88.61
Oriya 54,895 55.7
Faroese 37,364 36.37
Mazandarani 26,206 6.6
Limburgish 54,562 106.2
Sakha 37,246 51.08
Upper Sorbian 28,698 30.89
Sanskrit 47,730 95.34
Venetian 33,384 76.98
Maithili 23,753 7.34
Ilokano 45,582 74.04
Ossetian 39,738 97
Hill Mari 14,448 1.13
Fiji Hindi 26,276 27.69
Mingrelian 24,333 12.67
Meadow Mari 20,917 10.75
Tarantino 17,048 5.73
Bihari 37,724 117.6
Emilian-Romagnol 26,491 18.54
Kapampangan 18,146 19.45
Pashto 23,806 33.03
Zazaki 24,635 76.41
Northern Sotho 9,406 0.2
Sindhi 24,152 17.92
Hakka 14,439 6.92
Nahuatl 19,826 65.96
Northern Sami 16,959 30.13
Maori 13,322 8.49
Central Bicolano 11,915 7.04
Dutch Low Saxon 16,621 41.25
Gan 33,088 217.4
Gilaki 12,387 4.39
Classical Chinese 70,158 422.98
West Flemish 17,741 64.6
Rusyn 10,226 5.31
Wu 14,964 42.38
Tibetan 15,516 25.02
Silesian 14,060 39.17
Sardinian 12,804 21.98
Võro 9,674 11.03
Corsican 13,280 58.27
Vepsian 13,576 15.68
Northern Luri 8,682 3.23
Turkmen 12,868 34.9
Crimean Tatar 17,995 46.78
Komi 11,101 16.09
Kashubian 8,153 7.59
Khmer 24,914 117.19
Manx 17,620 113.82
North Frisian 16,227 41.79
Assamese 38,121 238.98
Ladino 13,496 59.38
Somali 16,935 80.46
Zeelandic 8,058 9.31
Min Dong 9,297 7.89
Acehnese 10,252 21.23
Aymara 8,044 10.7
Udmurt 9,698 24.76
Lezgian 8,681 13.03
Cornish 8,223 30.16
Saterland Frisian 9,125 26.99
Erzya 8,468 18.46
Interlingue 6,528 12.46
Norman 7,985 37.54
Picard 7,675 11.11
Komi-Permyak 7,155 9.06
Romansh 8,515 40.62
Uyghur 11,757 82.8
Konkani 7,127 30.24
Ligurian 13,465 122.16
Maltese 14,877 235.72
Friulian 6,966 34.39
Guarani 8,364 33.76
Lower Sorbian 10,113 71.9
Chavacano 5,079 10.77
Divehi 10,951 83.42
Navajo 13,968 162.74
Extremaduran 6,256 24.28
Anglo-Saxon 14,289 211.51
Kabyle 10,673 50.23
Ripuarian 10,251 1071.77
Mirandese 7,475 32.49
Lingala 8,340 55.17
Gagauz 6,166 16.62
Shona 7,920 25.48
Franco-Provençal 6,515 66.67
Pangasinan 7,147 28.95
Pali 4,325 12.16
Avar 9,067 61.15
Kalmyk 9,531 110.13
Livvi-Karelian 2,910 ——
Palatinate German 4,743 20.79
Karachay-Balkar 13,142 252.83
Hawaiian 4,645 28.32
Karakalpak 4,688 21.12
Buryat 6,679 48.94
Kinyarwanda 5,003 49.19
Pennsylvania German 5,410 81.47
Papiamentu 4,333 38.38
Banjar 11,732 178.34
Tongan 4,925 27.57
Novial 4,097 100.59
Greenlandic 4,772 55.73
Lao 7,415 98.4
Aramaic 5,497 96.54
Jamaican Patois 2,710 2.93
Kabardian 6,318 59.92
Hausa 3,417 19.76
Tuvan 3,659 14.79
Tetum 3,386 37.66
Tok Pisin 6,286 172.16
Kikuyu 2,721 7.67
Igbo 5,940 127.5
Nauruan 4,932 131.44
Abkhazian 5,332 101.42
Lak 10,262 237.8
Aromanian 4,695 459.45
Lojban 5,382 244.96
Tahitian 3,514 55.63
Kongo 2,666 26.11
Moksha 4,314 84.73
Zhuang 2,733 25.68
Luganda 3,815 35.87
Wolof 5,363 262.84
Sranan 2,605 35.24
Bislama 2,499 ——
Zulu 4,261 121.74
Latgalian 2,606 64.48
Cherokee 4,291 169.56
Tulu 1,897 ——
Samoan 3,576 150.67
Oromo 3,833 123.37
Tswana 2,556 83.9
Cheyenne 2,034 58.52
Xhosa 2,547 120.84
Twi 1,752 41.14
Old Church Slavonic 4,318 702.68
Romani 2,357 196.31
Tumbuka 1,794 64.09
Norfolk 2,315 ——
Kirundi 1,687 ——
Gothic 4,022 ——
Pontic 1,847 ——
Bambara 3,028 ——
Swati 1,968 ——
Chamorro 3,072 ——
Adyghe 1,026 ——
Moldovan 2,420 ——
Tsonga 2,132 ——
Inuktitut 3,759 ——
Sesotho 2,827 ——
Fijian 1,742 ——
Chichewa 1,696 ——
Ewe 3,443 ——
Akan 1,853 ——
Kashmiri 2,507 ——
Inupiak 2,218 ——
Sango 1,483 ——
Venda 1,526 ——
Dzongkha 1,648 ——
Fula 1,663 ——
Tigrinya 1,509 ——
Cree 2,926 ——
Ndonga 439 ——
Choctaw 201 ——
Kuanyama 113 ——
Marshallese 205 ——
Hiri Motu 128 ——
Nuosu 189 ——
Afar 1,512 ——
Muscogee 114 ——
Herero 175 ——
Kanuri 162 ——
Ilonggo Ilonggo hil 0 0 0 0 0 0 ——

Grand total

Articles Total Edits Admins Users Active Users Images
44,145,435 162,636,491 2,341,940,021 3,876 67,478,897 314,870 2,435,909

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