Languages by language family/Balto-Slavic

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Indo-European languages

  • Old Prussian (†) [prg] (disabled)
  • Eastern Baltic languages
    • Semigallian (or Old Semigallian) (†) [xzm] (disabled)
    • Selonian (or Old Selonian) (†) [sxl] (disabled)
    • Latvian (or Lettish) [lv] macrolanguage
      • Livonian Latvian
        • Courland Livonian Latvian (or Tamian, Western Livonian)
        • Vidzeme Livonian (or Eastern Livonian)
      • Middle Latvian
        • Curonian (or Kursenieki)
        • Standard Latvian (or Semigallian Latvian, Zemgalian Latvian)
        • Vidzeme Middle Latvian
      • Upper Latvian
    • Lithuanian [lt] macrolanguage
      • Old Lithuanian (†) [olt] (disabled)
      • Standard Lithuanian
      • Aukshtaitish
        • Dzukish
        • East Aukštaitian
        • Suvalkietiskai
      • Samogitian [sgs]
        • North Samogitian
        • South Samogitian
        • West Samogitian
East Slavic languages:
  • Old Russian (or Old East Slavic, Vladimir-Suzdal) (†) [orv] (disabled)
  • Belarusian [be]
  • Ukrainian-Rusyn languages
    • Rusyn [rue]
      • Lemko
    • Ukrainian [uk]
      • East Ukrainian
      • Northwest Ukrainian
      • Southwest Ukrainian
  • Russian [ru]
    • Central Russian
    • Ninilchik
    • North Russian
    • South Russian
      • Doukhobor
      • Lipovan
      • Molokan
      • Nuclear South Russian
West Slavic languages:
Eastern South Slavic languages:
  • Old Church Slavic (or Old Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian) (†) [cu]
  • Macedo-Bulgarian languages
    • Macedonian [mk]
      • Western Macedonian
        • Central Western Macedonian
        • Western and Northwestern Macedonian
      • Eastern and Southern Macedonian
        • Eastern Macedonian
        • Southeastern Macedonian
        • Southwestern Macedonian
      • Northern Macedonian
        • Western Northern Macedonian
          • Gora (Serbian-Macedonian)
          • Skopska Crna Gora
          • Tetovo
        • Eastern Northern Macedonian
          • Kratovo
          • Kriva Palanka
          • Kumanovo
          • Ovce Pole
    • Bulgarian [bg]
      • Anatolian Bulgarian
      • Western Bulgarian
        • Northwestern Bulgarian
        • Pirin-Malashevo
        • Southwestern Bulgarian
        • Transitional Bulgarian
      • Eastern Bulgarian
        • Bassarabian Bulgarian
        • Moesian
        • Transylvanian Bulgarian
        • Wallachian Bulgarian
        • Balkan Bulgarian
          • Central Balkan Bulgarian
          • Eastern Balkan Bulgarian
          • Western Balkan Bulgarian
        • Rup
          • Central Rup
          • Pomak
          • Western Rup
          • Eastern Rup
            • Banat Bulgarian
            • Paulician
Western South Slavic languages: