Top 101 Wikipedia Languages

Try to find the top 101 languages that Wikipedia is available in (Version 02:00, June 10th 2013).
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Last updated: June 11, 2013
First submittedJune 10, 2013
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The top 101 are the ones with the most articles.
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English
German
Dutch
French
Italian
Spanish
Russian
Swedish
Polish
Japanese
Portuguese
Chinese
Vietnamese
Ukrainian
Catalan
Norwegian (Bokmål)
Waray-Waray
Cebuano
Finnish
Persian
Czech
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Hungarian
Korean
Arabic
Romanian
Malay
Turkish
Indonesian
Kazakh
Serbian
Slovak
Esperanto
Danish
Lithuanian
Basque
Bulgarian
Hebrew
Croatian
Slovenian
Uzbek
Volapük
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Estonian
Hindi
Norwegian (Nynorsk)
Galician
Simple English
Azerbaijani
Latin
Greek
Serbo-Croatian
Thai
Georgian
Macedonian
Occitan
Newar / Nepal Bhasa
Piedmontese
Tagalog
Belarusian
Tamil
Haitian
Telugu
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Belarusian (Taraškievica)
Latvian
Welsh
Armenian
Bosnian
Breton
Albanian
Tatar
Javanese
Malagasy
Marathi
Luxembourgish
Icelandic
Burmese
Malayalam
Bashkir
Yoruba
Aragonese
Lombard
Afrikaans
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West Frisian
Western Panjabi
Bengali
Swahili
Bishnupriya Manipuri
Ido
Kirghiz
Urdu
Nepali
Cantonese
Sicilian
Gujarati
Low Saxon
Irish
Kurdish
Asturian
Quechua
Sundanese
Chuvash
Scots
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Level 80
Jun 11, 2013
Could you accept Belorussian for Belarusian, Farsi for Persian, Mandarin for Chinese, Punjabi for Panjabi (which is misspelled, I think), Gaelic for Irish, Scottish for Scots, and so on?
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Level 80
Jun 11, 2013
oh, and Kyrgyz for "kirghiz"...
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Level 56
Jun 12, 2013
Added all your suggestions. The language is called Punjabi, but the official Wikipedia name for the wiki is Western Panjabi, you can type in Punjabi though.
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Level 78
Apr 1, 2014
West Frisian is simply known as Frisian as the other variants have more or less disappeared.
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Level 56
Jun 17, 2015
I got 83 languages and forgot French, which I speak. Welp, that was stupid.
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Level 58
May 16, 2017
Could you add 'Slovene' for Slovenian
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Level 82
Aug 4, 2019
This. Also, how about accepting Malagassy and Belarussian?
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Level 58
Jun 1, 2019
not surprising, but very telling that the languages that have the most Wikipedia articles are European languages,that African languages appear very low on the list and very few of them even appear, and that some French regional languages like Breton or Occitan that have very few speakers still have more articles than the few African languages that appear on here... the inequalities in access to knowledge and knowledge production on the internet are so huge