Top World Languages with Exceptions

Most of the top world languages are Indo-European. Name the languages with the most native speakers that are NOT Indo-European.
Chinese dialects need to be guessed separately
For 2019 according to Ethnologue. Some common sense modifications are made.
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: October 23, 2020
First submittedFebruary 26, 2019
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Language
918 mil
Mandarin
275 mil
Arabic
128 mil
Japanese
82.0 mil
Telugu
81.4 mil
Wu
79.4 mil
Turkish
77.3 mil
Korean
76.0 mil
Vietnamese
75.0 mil
Tamil
73.1 mil
Cantonese
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Language
68.3 mil
Javanese
59.0 mil
Malay
50.1 mil
Min Nan
48.2 mil
Hakka
46.9 mil
Jin
43.9 mil
Hausa
43.6 mil
Kannada
37.8 mil
Yoruba
37.3 mil
Xiang
37.1 mil
Malayalam
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Language
32.9 mil
Burmese
32.4 mil
Sundanese
27.0 mil
Igbo
25.1 mil
Uzbek
23.6 mil
Tagalog
23.0 mil
Azerbaijani
22.1 mil
Gan
21.9 mil
Amharic
20.7 mil
Thai
16.6 mil
Khmer
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Language
16.2 mil
Somali
15.9 mil
Cebuano
14.5 mil
Fula
12.9 mil
Kazakh
12.6 mil
Hungarian
12.1 mil
Zulu
12.1 mil
Kinyarwanda
10.8 mil
Kirundi
10.4 mil
Uyghur
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Level 56
Sep 28, 2019
SUPER cool quiz and idea. But in the instructions "Hindustani" refers specifically to the Indo-European languages of northern India and Pakistan (sometimes even to Hindi-Urdu alone) so that's a bit off. THX!