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| '''[[Armenian language|Armenian]]''' ||[[Indo-European languages|Indo-European]], isolate|| <small>Official in</small> [[Armenia]] and the ''[[de-facto]]'' territory of the [[Nagorno-Karabakh Republic]]. <small>Significant communities in [[Russia]], [[USA]], [[Georgia (country)|Georgia]], [[Armenian-Iranians|Iran]], [[Lebanon]], [[Syria]], [[France]].</small> || 6 million (2006) || 6.7 million (2001 Johnstone and Mandryk, etc.) || 98
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| '''[[Afrikaans language|Afrikaans]]''' ||[[Indo-European languages|Indo-European]], [[Germanic languages|Germanic]], [[West Germanic languages|West Germanic]] <small> || <small>Official in</small> [[South Africa]]. <small>Significant communities in [[Namibia]], [[Botswana]], [[Australia]], [[New Zealand]], [[Canada]] and [[United Kingdom]]. || 6.0 million (2006)|| 6.0 million native, 10.3 million second language, = 16 million total (1996 census) || 99
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| '''[[Mongolian language|Mongolian]]''' ||[[Altaic]], [[Mongolian languages|Mongolian]]|| <small>Official in</small> [[People's Republic of China]] ([[Inner Mongolia]]), [[Mongolia]] || 5.7 million (2006) || 5.7 million || 100
| '''[[Potwari language|Pahari-Potwari]]''' ||[[Indo-European languages|Indo-European]], [[Indo-Iranian languages|Indo-Iranian]], [[Indo-Aryan languages|Indo-Aryan]]|| [[Pakistan]]: Areas of [[Pakistani administered Kashmir]] e.g. [[Mirpur District]], [[Rawalpindi District|Rawalpindi]]. Dialects include Pahari (Dhundi-Kairali), Pothwari (Potwari), Chibhali, Pindiwali, Punchhi (Poonchi), and Mirpuri.<ref>Gordon, Raymond G., Jr. (ed.), 2005. [http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=phr "Ethnologue Report for Pahari-Potwari."] ''Ethnologue: Languages of the World'', Fifteenth edition. Dallas, Texas: SIL International.</ref> (Mirpuri can also refer to [[Mirpur Punjabi]], a [[Lahnda languages|Lahnda language]]. Pahari-Potwari is related to [[Punjabi language|Punjabi]]. || || 4.7 million, all varieties || 116
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| '''[[Tibetan language|Tibetan]]''' ||[[Sino-Tibetan languages|Sino-Tibetan]], [[Tibeto-Burman languages|Tibeto-Burman]], Bodic || <small>Official in</small> [[People's Republic of China]] ([[Tibet Autonomous Region|Tibet]], [[Qinghai]], parts of [[Sichuan]], [[Gansu]]) || 1.3 million (2006) || 4.6 million, all varieties || 117
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| '''[[Kanuri language|Kanuri]]''' ||[[Nilo-Saharan]], [[Saharan languages|Saharan]]|| <small>Official in</small> [[Niger]], [[Nigeria]]. <small>Significant communities in [[Chad]] ([[Kanembu language|Kanembu]]) || || 4.4 million native, 0.5 million second language, = 4.9 million total (data mostly from 1985) (dated data) || 118
| '''[[Umbundu language|Umbundu]]''' ||[[Niger-Congo]], [[Benue-Congo]], [[Bantu languages|Bantu]]|| <small>National language of</small> [[Angola]] || || ~4 million native, unknown number second language (1995 WA) || 125
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| '''[[Konkani language|Konkani]]''' ||[[Indo-European languages|Indo-European]], [[Indo-Iranian languages|Indo-Iranian]], [[Indo-Aryan languages|Indo-Aryan]]|| <small>Official in</small> [[India]] ([[Goa]]).<small>Significant communities in</small> [[Uttara Kannada]], [[Dakshina Kannada]]. || 6 million (2006) || ~4 million (1999 WA) || 126
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| '''[[Balinese language|Balinese]]''' ||[[Austronesian]], [[Malayo-Polynesian languages|Malayo-Polynesian]], [[Sunda-Sulawesi languages|Sunda-Sulawesi]], [[Bali-Sasak languages|Bali-Sasak]]|| [[Indonesia]] ([[Bali]], [[Lombok]]) || 3.8 million (2006) || 3.9 million (2001 Johnstone and Mandryk) || 127