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Curren Indo-European Languages - Hard

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Excludes Creole languages.
Quiz by JohnOfili
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First submittedJune 26, 2017
Last updatedFebruary 24, 2018
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Former Plurality(s)
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South Africa
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Afrikaans
Albania, Kosovo
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Albanian
Germany, Austria, Switzerland
-
Alemmanic
Spain
-
Aragonese
Armenia
-
Armenian
Greece, Macedonia
-
Aromanian
France, Switzerland, Italy
-
Arpitan (Franco-Provencal)
India
-
Assamese
Spain
-
Asturian
Germany, Austria
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Austro-Bavarian
Pakistan, Iran
-
Balochi
Belarus, Poland
-
Belorussian
India, Bangladesh
-
Bengali
India
-
Bhil
India, Nepal
-
Bhojpuri
France
-
Breton
Israel
Tajikistan
Bukhori
Bulgaria
-
Bulgarian
Italy
-
Campadinese
Spain, France
-
Catalan
Bangladesh
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Chittagonian
Scriptual (Baltic States)
Scriptual
Church Slavonic
Italy
-
Cimbrian
-
United Kingdom
Cornish
France, Italy
-
Corsican
Czech Republic
-
Czech
Indian
-
Dakhini
Denmark
-
Danish
Afghanistan
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Dari
Maldives
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Dhiveli
India, Pakistan
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Dogri
Iran, Turkey, Egypt
-
Domari
Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname
-
Dutch
Scriptual (Italy)
Scriptual
Ecclesiastical Latin
Italy
-
Emilian
UK, USA, Canada, Australia
-
English
Spain
-
Eonavian
Spain
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Extremaduran
Spain
-
Fala
Denmark (Faroe Islands)
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Faroese
Iran
-
Farsi
Belgium
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Flemish
France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland
-
French
Italy
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Friulian
Spain
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Galician
France
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Gallo
India
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Garhwali
Germany, Austria, Switzerland
-
German
Iran
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Gilaki
Iran, Iraq
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Gorani
Greece, Cyprus
-
Greek
India, Pakistan
-
Gujarati
India
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Halbi
India
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Haryanvi
Afghanistan, Pakistan
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Hazaraqi
India, Fiji
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Hindi
Iceland
-
Icelandic
Ireland
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Irish
Croatia, Italy
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Istriot
Croatia
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Istro-Romanian
Italy, San Marino
-
Italian
Israel
Azerbaijan, Russia
Juhuru
India, Pakistan, China (disputed)
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Kashmiri
Poland
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Kashubian
India
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Konkani
Turkey, Iraq, Syria
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Kurdish
Italy
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Ladin
Israel, Turkey
Spanish
Ladino
Pakistan
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Lahanda
Latvia
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Latvian
Spain, Portugal
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Leonese
Italy, France
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Ligurian
Netherlands, Belgium, German
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Limburgish
Lithuanian
-
Lithuanian
Italy
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Logudurese
Italy, Switzerland
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Lombard
Germany, Denmark, Netherlands
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Low German
Iran
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Lurish
Luxembourg, Belgium
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Luxembourgish
Macedonia
-
Macedonia
India, Nepal
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Magahi
India, Nepal
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Maithili
United Kingdom
-
Manx
India
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Marathi
Iran
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Mazanderi
Greece, Turkey
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Megleno-Romanian
Portugal
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Mirandese
Italy
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Neapolitan
Nepal, India
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Nepali
United Kingdom
Ireland, Canada, Italy
Norman
Germany
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North Frisian
Norway
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Norwegian
Afghanistan
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Nuristani
France, Spain, Italy
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Occitan
India
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Oriya
Russia, Georgia, Turkey
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Ossetian
Liturgical purposes only
India
Pali
Afghanistan
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Pashayi
Afghanistan, Pakistan
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Pashto
Italy
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Piedmontese
Poland
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Polish
Portugal, Brazil, Angola
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Portuguese
Pakistan, India
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Potwari
Pakistan, India
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Punjabi
India, Pakistan
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Rajasthani
Germany, Belgium
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Ripurian
No official plurality
India
Romani
Romania
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Romanian
Switzerland
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Romansh
Russia, Kazakhstan, Israel
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Russian
Russia
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Rusyn
Scriptual
India
Sanskrit
Italy
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Sardinian
China
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Sarikoli
Italy
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Sassarese
Germany
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Saterland Frisian
United Kingdom
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Scots
United Kingdom
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Scottish Gaelic
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia
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Serbo Croatian (Bosnian)
Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia
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Serbo Croatian (Croatian)
Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Hezegovina
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Serbo Croatian (Serbian)
Pakistan, India
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Shina
Tajikistan, Afghanistan
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Shugni
Italy
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Sicilian
Poland, Czech Republic
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Silesian
Pakistan, India
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Sindhi
Sri Lanka
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Sinhalese
Slovakia, Serbia
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Slovak
Slovenia, Italy, Austria
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Slovene
Germany
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Sorbian
Mexico, Colombia, Spain, Argentina
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Spanish
Sweden, Finland, Estonia
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Swedish
Tajikistan
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Tajik
Azerbaijan, Iran
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Talysh
Iran
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Tat
Germany
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Thuringian
Greece
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Tsakonian
Ukraine, Moldova, Russia (disputed)
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Ukrainian
Pakistan, India
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Urdu
Italy, Slovenia
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Venetian
Belgium, France
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Walloon
Afghanistan, Pakistan
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Waziri
United Kingdom, Argentina
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Welsh
Netherlands
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West Frisian
Tajikistan
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Yaghnobi
Israel, USA
Germany, Poland, Hungary, Russia
Yiddish
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level 69
Jun 26, 2017
Very hard and cool! Serbo-Croatian is also spoken in Montenegro, and there is Slovene language in Slovenia.
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level 45
Jun 29, 2017
thanks, I seem to have forgotten that.
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level 62
Jun 26, 2017
Tsakonian is a language in Greece, not Germany.
+1
level 45
Jun 29, 2017
sorry my mistake
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level 63
Jun 27, 2017
How about accepting persian for farsi?
+1
level 45
Jun 29, 2017
done.
+1
level 57
Feb 16, 2018
Seems to be missing Slovene and Montenegrin (and Latin, if that counts)
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level 45
Feb 24, 2018
Montenegrin is included under Serbo-Croatian. Slovene will be added. Latin does not have any native speakers, currently.
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level 56
Mar 9, 2019
How is the average score 69?! I only got 61