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A. Language Codes

The ISO 639 standard defines two-letter codes for many languages, and three-letter codes for more rarely used languages. All abbreviations for languages used in the Translation Project should come from this standard.


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A.1 Usual Language Codes

For the commonly used languages, the ISO 639-1 standard defines two-letter codes.

`aa'

Afar.

`ab'

Abkhazian.

`ae'

Avestan.

`af'

Afrikaans.

`ak'

Akan.

`am'

Amharic.

`an'

Aragonese.

`ar'

Arabic.

`as'

Assamese.

`av'

Avaric.

`ay'

Aymara.

`az'

Azerbaijani.

`ba'

Bashkir.

`be'

Belarusian.

`bg'

Bulgarian.

`bh'

Bihari.

`bi'

Bislama.

`bm'

Bambara.

`bn'

Bengali; Bangla.

`bo'

Tibetan.

`br'

Breton.

`bs'

Bosnian.

`ca'

Catalan.

`ce'

Chechen.

`ch'

Chamorro.

`co'

Corsican.

`cr'

Cree.

`cs'

Czech.

`cu'

Church Slavic.

`cv'

Chuvash.

`cy'

Welsh.

`da'

Danish.

`de'

German.

`dv'

Divehi; Maldivian.

`dz'

Dzongkha; Bhutani.

`ee'

Éwé.

`el'

Greek.

`en'

English.

`eo'

Esperanto.

`es'

Spanish.

`et'

Estonian.

`eu'

Basque.

`fa'

Persian.

`ff'

Fulah.

`fi'

Finnish.

`fj'

Fijian; Fiji.

`fo'

Faroese.

`fr'

French.

`fy'

Western Frisian.

`ga'

Irish.

`gd'

Scottish Gaelic.

`gl'

Galician.

`gn'

Guarani.

`gu'

Gujarati.

`gv'

Manx.

`ha'

Hausa.

`he'

Hebrew (formerly iw).

`hi'

Hindi.

`ho'

Hiri Motu.

`hr'

Croatian.

`ht'

Haitian; Haitian Creole.

`hu'

Hungarian.

`hy'

Armenian.

`hz'

Herero.

`ia'

Interlingua.

`id'

Indonesian (formerly in).

`ie'

Interlingue; Occidental.

`ig'

Igbo.

`ii'

Sichuan Yi; Nuosu.

`ik'

Inupiak; Inupiaq.

`io'

Ido.

`is'

Icelandic.

`it'

Italian.

`iu'

Inuktitut.

`ja'

Japanese.

`jv'

Javanese.

`ka'

Georgian.

`kg'

Kongo.

`ki'

Kikuyu; Gikuyu.

`kj'

Kuanyama; Kwanyama.

`kk'

Kazakh.

`kl'

Kalaallisut; Greenlandic.

`km'

Central Khmer; Cambodian.

`kn'

Kannada.

`ko'

Korean.

`kr'

Kanuri.

`ks'

Kashmiri.

`ku'

Kurdish.

`kv'

Komi.

`kw'

Cornish.

`ky'

Kirghiz.

`la'

Latin.

`lb'

Letzeburgesch; Luxembourgish.

`lg'

Ganda.

`li'

Limburgish; Limburger; Limburgan.

`ln'

Lingala.

`lo'

Lao; Laotian.

`lt'

Lithuanian.

`lu'

Luba-Katanga.

`lv'

Latvian; Lettish.

`mg'

Malagasy.

`mh'

Marshallese.

`mi'

Maori.

`mk'

Macedonian.

`ml'

Malayalam.

`mn'

Mongolian.

`mo'

Moldavian.

`mr'

Marathi.

`ms'

Malay.

`mt'

Maltese.

`my'

Burmese.

`na'

Nauru.

`nb'

Norwegian Bokmål.

`nd'

Ndebele, North.

`ne'

Nepali.

`ng'

Ndonga.

`nl'

Dutch.

`nn'

Norwegian Nynorsk.

`no'

Norwegian.

`nr'

Ndebele, South.

`nv'

Navajo; Navaho.

`ny'

Chichewa; Nyanja.

`oc'

Occitan; Provençal.

`oj'

Ojibwa.

`om'

(Afan) Oromo.

`or'

Oriya.

`os'

Ossetian; Ossetic.

`pa'

Panjabi; Punjabi.

`pi'

Pali.

`pl'

Polish.

`ps'

Pashto; Pushto.

`pt'

Portuguese.

`qu'

Quechua.

`rm'

Romansh.

`rn'

Rundi; Kirundi.

`ro'

Romanian.

`ru'

Russian.

`rw'

Kinyarwanda.

`sa'

Sanskrit.

`sc'

Sardinian.

`sd'

Sindhi.

`se'

Northern Sami.

`sg'

Sango; Sangro.

`si'

Sinhala; Sinhalese.

`sk'

Slovak.

`sl'

Slovenian.

`sm'

Samoan.

`sn'

Shona.

`so'

Somali.

`sq'

Albanian.

`sr'

Serbian.

`ss'

Swati; Siswati.

`st'

Sesotho; Sotho, Southern.

`su'

Sundanese.

`sv'

Swedish.

`sw'

Swahili.

`ta'

Tamil.

`te'

Telugu.

`tg'

Tajik.

`th'

Thai.

`ti'

Tigrinya.

`tk'

Turkmen.

`tl'

Tagalog.

`tn'

Tswana; Setswana.

`to'

Tonga.

`tr'

Turkish.

`ts'

Tsonga.

`tt'

Tatar.

`tw'

Twi.

`ty'

Tahitian.

`ug'

Uighur.

`uk'

Ukrainian.

`ur'

Urdu.

`uz'

Uzbek.

`ve'

Venda.

`vi'

Vietnamese.

`vo'

Volapük; Volapuk.

`wa'

Walloon.

`wo'

Wolof.

`xh'

Xhosa.

`yi'

Yiddish (formerly ji).

`yo'

Yoruba.

`za'

Zhuang.

`zh'

Chinese.

`zu'

Zulu.


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A.2 Rare Language Codes

For rarely used languages, the ISO 639-2 standard defines three-letter codes. Here is the current list, reduced to only living languages with at least one million of speakers.

`ace'

Achinese.

`awa'

Awadhi.

`bal'

Baluchi.

`ban'

Balinese.

`bej'

Beja; Bedawiyet.

`bem'

Bemba.

`bho'

Bhojpuri.

`bik'

Bikol.

`bin'

Bini; Edo.

`bug'

Buginese.

`ceb'

Cebuano.

`din'

Dinka.

`doi'

Dogri.

`fil'

Filipino; Pilipino.

`fon'

Fon.

`gon'

Gondi.

`gsw'

Swiss German; Alemannic; Alsatian.

`hil'

Hiligaynon.

`hmn'

Hmong.

`ilo'

Iloko.

`kab'

Kabyle.

`kam'

Kamba.

`kbd'

Kabardian.

`kmb'

Kimbundu.

`kok'

Konkani.

`kru'

Kurukh.

`lua'

Luba-Lulua.

`luo'

Luo (Kenya and Tanzania).

`mad'

Madurese.

`mag'

Magahi.

`mai'

Maithili.

`mak'

Makasar.

`man'

Mandingo.

`men'

Mende.

`min'

Minangkabau.

`mni'

Manipuri.

`mos'

Mossi.

`mwr'

Marwari.

`nap'

Neapolitan.

`nso'

Pedi; Sepedi; Northern Sotho.

`nym'

Nyamwezi.

`nyn'

Nyankole.

`pag'

Pangasinan.

`pam'

Pampanga; Kapampangan.

`raj'

Rajasthani.

`sas'

Sasak.

`sat'

Santali.

`scn'

Sicilian.

`shn'

Shan.

`sid'

Sidamo.

`srr'

Serer.

`suk'

Sukuma.

`sus'

Susu.

`tem'

Timne.

`tiv'

Tiv.

`tum'

Tumbuka.

`umb'

Umbundu.

`wal'

Walamo.

`war'

Waray.

`yao'

Yao.


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