Languages with Most Wikipedia Entries

10,000 Wikipedia articles have now been written in each of 129 languages. How many can you name?
Data as at November 2014
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Last updated: November 24, 2014
First submittedNovember 23, 2014
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Articles
Users
Language
4,653,000
23,199,000
English
1,949,000
407,000
Swedish
1,798,000
645,000
Dutch
1,779,000
2,014,000
German
1,564,000
2,009,000
French
1,259,000
22,000
Waray-Waray
1,208,000
19,000
Cebuano
1,165,000
1,440,000
Russian
1,158,000
1,107,000
Italian
1,140,000
3,386,000
Spanish
1,110,000
411,000
Vietnamese
1,077,000
650,000
Polish
935,000
907,000
Japanese
850,000
1,406,000
Portuguese
796,000
1,883,000
Chinese
538,000
239,000
Ukrainian
442,000
183,000
Catalan
435,000
313,000
Norwegian Bokmål
432,000
453,000
Farsi
360,000
272,000
Finnish
351,000
630,000
Indonesian
340,000
874,000
Arabic
311,000
150,000
Serbian
309,000
276,000
Czech
295,000
306,000
Korean
275,000
71,000
Serbo-Croatian
271,000
143,000
Malay
270,000
272,000
Hungarian
255,000
311,000
Romanian
236,000
645,000
Turkish
221,000
3,000
Minangkabau
209,000
39,000
Kazakh
206,000
100,000
Esperanto
204,000
55,000
Basque
196,000
107,000
Slovak
193,000
225,000
Danish
169,000
163,000
Bulgarian
169,000
83,000
Lithuanian
164,000
250,000
Hebrew
150,000
134,000
Croatian
143,000
126,000
Slovenian
139,000
35,000
Armenian
128,000
73,000
Estonian
Articles
Users
Language
128,000
19,000
Uzbek
119,000
19,000
Volapük
118,000
399,000
Simple English
118,000
55,000
Galician
118,000
60,000
Norwegian Nynorsk
116,000
143,000
Hindi
112,000
159,000
Greek
112,000
70,000
Latin
100,000
81,000
Azerbaijani
91,000
218,000
Thai
88,000
21,000
Occitan
87,000
64,000
Georgian
80,000
52,000
Macedonian
78,000
46,000
Belarusian
71,000
12,000
Newar
67,000
9,000
Chechen
65,000
73,000
Tamil
65,000
16,000
Tatar
64,000
12,000
Piedmontese
63,000
57,000
Tagalog
62,000
36,000
Urdu
61,000
31,000
Welsh
60,000
41,000
Telugu
57,000
48,000
Latvian
55,000
72,000
Bosnian
55,000
38,000
Taraškievica
53,000
13,000
Haitian
52,000
68,000
Albanian
51,000
32,000
Breton
48,000
23,000
Javanese
47,000
8,000
Malagasy
42,000
26,000
Luxembourgish
41,000
49,000
Marathi
38,000
40,000
Icelandic
37,000
64,000
Malayalam
37,000
63,000
Afrikaans
34,000
95,000
Cantonese
33,000
11,000
Bashkir
33,000
12,000
Punjabi
33,000
72,000
Bengali
32,000
25,000
Burmese
32,000
21,000
Irish
31,000
14,000
Lombard
Articles
Users
Language
31,000
18,000
Frisian
31,000
11,000
Yoruba
30,000
12,000
Tajik
30,000
33,000
Aragonese
30,000
15,000
Chuvash
28,000
24,000
Scots
27,000
10,000
Kirghiz
27,000
19,000
Nepali
27,000
19,000
Swahili
26,000
16,000
Ido
26,000
22,000
Gujarati
25,000
13,000
Bishnupriya
25,000
19,000
Sicilian
22,000
22,000
Low German
21,000
22,000
Kurdish
20,000
27,000
Asturian
19,000
13,000
Quechua
18,000
12,000
Sundanese
18,000
40,000
Alemannic
17,000
11,000
Scottish Gaelic
17,000
23,000
Kannada
16,000
17,000
Amharic
16,000
9,000
Punjabi
15,000
16,000
Sorani
14,000
21,000
Interlingua
14,000
12,000
Neapolitan
14,000
6,000
Buginese
14,000
13,000
Samogitian
14,000
31,000
Mongolian
14,000
10,000
Walloon
13,000
57,000
Egyptian Arabic
13,000
7000
Banyumasan
12,000
9,000
Mazandarani
12,000
19,000
Sinhalese
11,000
20,000
Yiddish
11,000
21,000
Min Nan
11,000
11,000
Faroese
11,000
9,000
Yakut
11,000
27,000
Bavarian
10,000
14,000
Venetian
10,000
12,000
Sanskrit
10,000
11,000
Aztec
10,000
12,000
Ossetian
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Level 72
Nov 23, 2014
Wow those Waray-Waray and Cebuano users are extremely active!!
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Level 80
Nov 24, 2014
wth is waray-waray? There are about 30 million people who speak Cebuano but never heard of the other one.
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Level 80
Nov 24, 2014
and Minangkabau are even more overachieving. Only missed that one and Waray Waray in the first column.
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Level 53
Aug 30, 2018
Looks like the Waray-Waray community practiced a lot of "article dumping" to boost their article numbers Source: https://www.quora.com/Why-are-there-so-many-articles-in-Waray-Waray-Wikipedia
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Level 67
Nov 24, 2014
Nice quiz! Telugu is misspelled. Sinhalese is more commonly called Sinhala.
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Level 74
Nov 24, 2014
Thanks, quiz updated.
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Level 53
May 13, 2020
Please accept Slovene for Slovenian. I've certainly encountered that usage more often and it appears in dictionary titles (English-Slovene).