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This is the list of the different language editions of Wikipedia; as of May 2018 there are 301 Wikipedias of which 291 are active and 10 are not.

Wikipedia edition codes

Distribution of the 48,001,931 articles in different language editions (as of 19 May 2018);[1] the majority of the articles in Swedish, Cebuano, and Waray were created by Lsjbot.[citation needed]

  English (11.8%)
  Cebuano (11.2%)
  Swedish (7.9%)
  German (4.5%)
  French (4.1%)
  Dutch (4%)
  Russian (3.1%)
  Italian (3%)
  Spanish (2.9%)
  Polish (2.7%)
  Waray (2.6%)
  Vietnamese (2.4%)
  Japanese (2.3%)
  Chinese (2.1%)
  Other (35.4%)

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 five standard forms: Mainland China and Singapore in simplified Chinese characters, and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau in traditional Chinese characters. Belarussian, however, has a separate Wikipedia for the 'normative' orthography (be) and Taraškievica (be-tarask).

Language editions

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  • The English Wikipedia was the first Wikipedia edition and has remained the largest. It has pioneered many ideas as conventions, policies or features which were later adopted by Wikipedia editions in some of the other languages. These ideas include "featured articles",[4] the neutral-point-of-view policy,[5] navigation templates,[6] the sorting of short "stub" articles into sub-categories,[7] dispute resolution mechanisms such as mediation and arbitration,[8] and weekly collaborations.[9]
  • Esperanto Wikipedia
  • Estonian Wikipedia

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Founded in March 2001, it is the second-oldest and, with 2,182,375 articles, at present (2017) the fourth-largest edition of Wikipedia by number of articles, behind the English Wikipedia, the Swedish Wikipedia and the Cebuano Wikipedia.[10][11] It has the second-largest number of edits. On 7 November 2011, it became the second edition of Wikipedia, after the English edition, to exceed 100 million page edits. The German Wikipedia currently has 2,182,375, making it the 4th largest Wikipedia by article count.[12]

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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 100,000 (105), "4" means at least 10,000 (104), "3" means at least 1000 (10³), 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 44,987,609 837,252,504 1,214 33,630,280 134,739 868,900 901.47
Cebuano 8,964,379 1.11
Swedish 7,658,720 5.86
German 6,136,568 94.38
French 9,462,810 222.37
Dutch 3,965,401 14.4
Russian 5,665,343 132.07
Italian 5,680,381 148.52
Spanish 6,326,548 206.08
Polish 2,850,063 28.06
Waray 2,875,933 3.51
Vietnamese 13,273,557 321.74
Japanese 3,277,388 80.24
Chinese 5,396,861 173.9
Portuguese 4,634,292 148.92
Ukrainian 2,381,494 38.7
Persian 4,066,802 176.19
Serbian 3,641,276 140.6
Catalan 1,438,304 30.19
Arabic 3,560,072 215.99
Norwegian (Bokmål) 1,297,008 39.08
Serbo-Croatian 4,595,769 776.72
Finnish 1,181,790 42.25
Hungarian 1,253,366 57.68
Indonesian 2,347,440 117.65
Korean 1,621,627 109.21
Czech 1,090,403 42.01
Romanian 2,038,383 109.39
Malay 858,843 14.99
Turkish 1,559,843 206.37
Basque 718,435 18.28
Esperanto 548,097 17.07
Bulgarian 537,719 23.6
Armenian 803,219 39.18
Danish 800,399 66.6
Min Nan 715,871 12.3
Slovak 491,479 18.7
Hebrew 934,904 246.06
Minangkabau 317,798 0.9
Kazakh 521,006 9.18
Croatian 490,589 25.17
Lithuanian 445,016 22.59
Estonian 438,097 25.48
Chechen 189,726 0.32
Slovenian 381,773 24.43
Belarusian 505,436 32.26
Galician 364,309 27.68
Greek 448,154 65.95
Urdu 744,793 88.19
Norwegian (Nynorsk) 328,045 17.57
Azerbaijani 347,402 30.88
Simple English 460,283 78.58
Uzbek 619,474 46.13
Latin 250,074 11.97
Hindi 749,846 126.84
Thai 719,211 242.94
Georgian 347,320 33.72
Volapük 249,382 14.36
Tamil 338,058 27.24
Welsh 215,529 32.28
Macedonian 431,092 109.65
Tajik 175,127 4.27
Malagasy 219,840 9.34
Latvian 354,775 81.98
Occitan 141,427 6.64
Tagalog 232,136 24.15
Kirghiz 100,214 0.21
Tatar 187,520 22.63
Bosnian 363,779 110.07
Asturian 119,601 4.59
Southern Azerbaijani 157,620 3.09
Albanian 206,305 28.81
Newar 196,216 12.72
Telugu 231,020 56.56
Cantonese 169,889 16.86
Breton 127,086 13.15
Piedmontese 98,533 2.4
Belarusian (Taraškievica) 167,669 32.31
Bengali 580,307 414.93
Malayalam 354,287 220.43
Javanese 144,290 26.46
Luxembourgish 115,087 25.26
Haitian 64,025 0.57
Scots 188,867 24.8
Marathi 212,413 73.5
Afrikaans 122,013 29.22
Irish 77,088 4.93
Western Punjabi 65,935 1.34
Icelandic 119,415 36.43
Bashkir 124,154 23.52
Swahili 94,486 17.28
Chuvash 70,906 4.59
West Frisian 117,160 28.96
Sundanese 68,056 4.09
Burmese 80,790 5.99
Lombard 97,468 25.7
Aragonese 105,453 73.23
Yoruba 53,850 4.69
Nepali 85,844 24.5
Low Saxon 81,509 28.69
Eastern Punjabi 98,663 24.8
Gujarati 79,153 24.7
Ido 41,485 5.66
Sicilian 55,088 16.43
Bavarian 98,697 54.81
Bishnupriya Manipuri 58,171 23.36
Alemannic 56,288 24.88
Kurdish (Kurmanji) 59,323 27.76
Kannada 89,593 75.76
Kurdish (Sorani) 117,792 95.79
Interlingua 33,024 6.5
Quechua 52,090 28.74
Egyptian Arabic 155,047 286.89
Mongolian 62,812 53.22
Samogitian 27,414 5.87
Sinhalese 66,838 78.69
Scottish Gaelic 30,410 20.36
Walloon 37,993 22.57
Neapolitan 26,440 16.5
Yiddish 39,484 40.86
Amharic 44,268 34.82
Buginese 18,629 1.05
Odia 59,264 57.35
Min Dong 26,641 2.44
Banyumasan 28,639 9.5
Upper Sorbian 32,697 26.39
Faroese 38,055 35.96
Mazandarani 27,815 7.48
Maithili 29,766 11.07
Mingrelian 27,718 7.25
Limburgish 60,240 111.03
Sakha 39,678 50.27
Sanskrit 53,336 113.26
Venetian 34,098 72.05
Ilocano 46,266 71.04
Ossetian 41,388 91.51
Hill Mari 15,384 1.52
Emilian-Romagnol 29,115 15.18
Meadow Mari 22,968 12.54
Fiji Hindi 30,640 36.26
Sindhi 28,069 14.4
Bhojpuri 54,083 232.72
Tarantino 17,340 5.98
Wu 19,060 15.47
Pashto 32,326 47.48
Zazaki 26,263 56.64
Kapampangan 18,365 20.01
Hakka 16,382 5.84
Northern Sotho 9,661 0.21
Classical Chinese 75,513 313.54
Central Bicolano 13,490 7.09
Northern Sami 17,477 30.2
Acehnese 13,874 6.53
Silesian 17,640 28.35
Maori 12,752 7.17
Nahuatl 18,512 63.88
Dutch Low Saxon 16,806 38.68
North Frisian 20,685 30.24
Rusyn 12,221 6.64
West Flemish 18,622 57.56
Gan 33,196 207.13
Khmer 25,962 79.43
Tibetan 16,303 26.85
Crimean Tatar 20,083 41.28
Sardinian 12,627 17.68
Vepsian 18,779 29.55
Gilaki 11,870 5.27
Corsican 12,602 46.31
Võro 10,204 12.66
Turkmen 12,568 29.1
Northern Luri 8,885 4.38
Komi 13,271 22.63
Erzya 12,264 15.31
Kashubian 8,344 7.7
Manx 16,815 100.66
Assamese 38,693 217.89
Navajo 15,581 61.64
Somali 17,924 86.31
Zeelandic 8,422 10.36
Udmurt 12,273 28.66
Aymara 7,685 6.8
Interlingue 6,551 7.83
Lezgian 10,110 18.31
Saterland Frisian 10,083 28.08
Uyghur 11,702 49.17
Norman 8,796 37.66
Cornish 7,650 23
Ladino 12,906 90.11
Picard 8,039 9.95
Shona 9,839 17.49
Mirandese 9,624 26.99
Guarani 8,427 24.44
Romansh 8,302 34.72
Konkani 7,680 31.88
Komi-Permyak 7,857 11.34
Abkhazian 11,449 35.7
Ligurian 14,759 119.47
Maltese 15,002 209.39
Friulian 7,378 37.33
Lower Sorbian 10,635 68.88
Franco-Provençal 7,686 55.83
Divehi 10,484 69.68
Anglo-Saxon 14,259 187.44
Lingala 7,905 39.92
Chavacano 5,257 10.96
Kabyle 11,118 49.74
Extremaduran 6,816 28.15
Doteli 9,021 ——
Ripuarian 10,294 1074.81
Lao 8,366 29.58
Gagauz 6,233 15.96
Livvi-Karelian 4,530 ——
Pangasinan 7,368 27.94
Pali 4,425 12.23
Avar 9,024 63.5
Hawaiian 4,483 15.52
Buryat 7,651 48.84
Palatinate German 5,279 28.29
Kalmyk 10,298 127.82
Karachay-Balkar 13,474 245.59
Papiamentu 4,646 30.25
Karakalpak 4,768 19.89
Kinyarwanda 5,094 45.16
Pennsylvania German 5,519 76.98
Banjar 13,263 175.96
Hausa 4,650 21.44
Tongan 4,960 29.59
Novial 4,440 111.12
Greenlandic 3,944 34.7
Aramaic 5,908 108.53
Jamaican Patois 2,826 3.73
Kabardian 6,600 64.4
Tuvan 5,514 30.89
Tok Pisin 5,640 116.57
Kabiye 2,694 ——
Tetum 3,497 37.4
Kikuyu 2,861 8.26
Igbo 5,400 113.13
Nauruan 4,091 91.26
Lojban 5,517 244.29
Lak 11,170 263.67
Aromanian 3,817 240.84
Tahitian 2,811 33.71
Moksha 5,021 102.29
Zhuang 2,950 27.99
Kongo 2,753 27.52
Bislama 2,852 ——
Wolof 4,465 177.89
Luganda 4,204 38.96
Sranan 2,630 31.51
Tulu 2,677 ——
Zulu 4,276 158.75
Cherokee 3,541 126.04
Latgalian 2,686 65.93
Samoan 2,848 89.83
Oromo 3,131 93.22
Xhosa 3,107 97.3
Romani 2,525 149.04
Bambara 2,501 ——
Old Church Slavonic 4,604 619.84
Tswana 2,668 82.43
Norfolk 2,630 ——
Kirundi 1,962 ——
Cheyenne 2,154 68.75
Twi 1,901 43.26
Tsonga 2,595 ——
Tumbuka 1,877 62.32
Akan 2,345 ——
Gothic 3,119 ——
Sesotho 2,167 ——
Atikamekw 1,277 ——
Pontic 1,939 ——
Swati 2,092 ——
Chamorro 2,284 ——
Fijian 1,970 ——
Inuktitut 2,861 ——
Adyghe 1,340 ——
Chichewa 1,817 ——
Ewe 2,624 ——
Kashmiri 1,598 ——
Inupiak 2,267 ——
Venda 1,617 ——
Sango 1,604 ——
Fula 1,746 ——
Dzongkha 1,785 ——
Tigrinya 1,606 ——
Cree 2,171 ——
Dinka 495 ——
Ndonga 441 ——
Choctaw 200 ——
Kuanyama 113 ——
Marshallese 205 ——
Hiri Motu 128 ——
Nuosu 188 ——
Afar 509 ——
Muscogee 114 ——
Herero 175 ——
Kanuri 161 ——

Grand total

Articles Total Edits Admins Users Active Users Images
48,001,931 189,190,920 2,392,711,299 3,766 75,078,948 303,287 2,548,491

See also

References

  1. ^ List of Wikipedias – Meta
  2. ^ "ISO 639 code tables". www.sil.org. Retrieved March 9, 2018. 
  3. ^ "Browse by Language Family". Ethnologue. Retrieved March 9, 2018. 
  4. ^ English Wikipedia (30 January 2007). "Featured articles". Retrieved 30 January 2007. 
  5. ^ English Wikipedia (25 January 2007). "Neutral point of view". Retrieved 30 January 2007. 
  6. ^ Wikimedia Meta-Wiki (29 January 2007). "Help:Template". Retrieved 30 January 2007. 
  7. ^ English Wikipedia (19 January 2007). "WikiProject Stub sorting". Retrieved 30 January 2007. 
  8. ^ English Wikipedia (27 January 2007). "Resolving disputes". Retrieved 30 January 2007. 
  9. ^ English Wikipedia (30 January 2007). "Article Creation and Improvement Drive". Retrieved 30 January 2007. 
  10. ^ Wikimedia list of Wikipedias and their statistics.. Retrieved 12 April 2009.
  11. ^ Jimmy Wales [Wikipedia-l] Alternative language Wikipedias, 16 March 2001
  12. ^ List of Wikipedias/Table meta.wikimedia.org, Statistics

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