Languages by language family/Germanic

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Indo-European languages

Low German languages:
  • Greater East Low German languages
    • Plautdietsch [pdt]
    • Low Saxon (or Eastern Low German) [nds]
      • Mittelpommersch (or East Pomeranian)
      • Niederprussisch (or Low East Prussian)
      • Märkisch (or Brandenburgish, Brandenburger, Brandenburgian)
        • Mittelmärkisch
        • Nordmärkisch
        • Südmärkisch
      • Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (or Mecklenburgian-West Pomeranian)
        • Mecklenburgish (or Mecklenburgish, Mecklenburger, Mecklenburgian)
        • Strelitzsch
        • Voorpommerisch (or West Pomeranian, or Anterior Pomeranian)
  • West Low German languages
    • Eastphalian [?]
      • Elbeostfälisch (or Elbe Eastphalian)
      • Göttingen-Grubenhagensch
      • Heideostfälisch (or Heide Eastphalian)
      • Kernostfälisch (or Kern Eastphalian)
    • Westphalic (or Westphalian, Westphalien, Westfaelisch, Westfälisch, Neuniederdeutsch, New Low German) [wep] (disabled)
      • Ostwestfalisch (or East Westphalian)
      • Südwestfalisch (or South Westphalian)
      • Münsterlandisch (or Munsterlandish)
      • Westmünsterlandisch (or West Munsterlandish)
      • Urkers
      • Achterhoeks (or Achterhoek, Aachterhoeks) [act] (disabled)
      • Sallands (or Salland, Sallan) [sdz] (disabled)
      • Stellingwerfs (or Stellingwarfs ) [sdl] (disabled)
      • Twents (or Tweants, Twente) [twd]
      • Drents (or Drèents, Drente) [drt] (disabled)
        • North Drente
        • South Drente
      • Veluws (or Veluwe) [vel] (disabled)
        • East Veluws
        • North Veluws
    • North Low Saxon languages
      • German Northern Low Saxon' [frs] (disabled)
        • Dithmarsch
        • East Frisian Low Saxon (or Eastern Frisian, Ostfriesisch, Saterlandic Frisian, Seeltersk Frisian)
        • Emsländisch
        • North Hanoveranian
        • Oldenburgisch
        • Schleswigsch (or Schleswig Low Saxon)
        • Holsteinisch (or Holstein Low Saxon)
      • Gronings (or Groningen, Grunnings) [gos] (disabled)
        • Groningen-East Frisian (or Gronings-Oostfries)
        • West Groningen (or West Gronings)
        • Westerwolds (or Westerwold)
        • Veenkoloniaals (or Veen Colony Gronings)
Frisian languages:
Low Franconian (or Modern Dutch) languages:
  • Southwestern Dutch languages
    • Western Flemish (or West-Vlams) [vls]
      • Frans-Westhoek Vlaams
        • Frans Vlaams (or French Flemish)
        • Westhoek Vlaams (or Vlaemsch, Westhoek Flemish)
      • Westvlaams
        • Continental West Flemish
        • Northern Maritime West Flemish
        • Western Maritime West Flemish
    • Zeelandic (or Zeeuws) [zea]
      • Axels
      • Bevelands
      • Duvelands
      • Flakkees
      • Fluplands
      • Goerees
      • Kezands
      • Schouws
      • Walchers
  • Global Dutch languages
Later-Anglic languages:
English [en]:
  • Cameroon English [en-CM]
  • Ghanaian English [en-GH]
  • Hong Kong English [en-HK]
  • Indian English [en-IN]
  • Jamaican English [en-JM]
  • Kenyan English [en-KE]
  • Malaysian English [en-MY]
  • Maltese English [en-MT]
  • New Zealand English [en-NZ]
  • Nigerian English [en-NG]
  • Pakistani English [en-PK]
  • Singlish (or Colloquial Singaporean English) [en-SG]
  • Sri Lankan English [en-LK]
  • Tanzanian English [en-TZ]
  • Ugandan English [en-UG]
  • Australic English [en-AU]
    • Australian English
    • Australian Vernacular English
  • Fiji English [en-FJ]
    • Acrolectal Fiji English
    • Pure Fiji English
  • Southern African English
    • White Zimbabwean English [en-ZW]
    • St. Helena English [en-SH]
      • Tristan da Cunha English
    • South African English [en-ZA]
      • Cape Flats English
      • Black South African English
      • Indian South African English
      • White South African English
  • Irish English
    • Ulster English [en-GB-NI]
    • Southern Irish English [en-IE]
      • North-West Irish English
      • South-West Irish English
      • West Irish English
      • East Coast Irish English
        • Fingallian
        • Yola
  • North American English
    • Canadian English [en-CA]
      • Atlantic Provinces English
      • Northern Canadian English
      • Southern Canadian English
      • Atlantic Provinces English
      • Northern Canadian English
      • Southern Canadian English
    • American English [en-US]
      • New York City English
      • North Central American English
      • Western American English
      • Western Pennsylvania English
      • Eastern New England English
        • Boston English
        • Providence English
      • Northern North American English
        • Inland North English
        • St. Louis Corridor English
        • Western New England English
      • Southeast American English
        • Florida English
        • Mid-Atlantic American English
        • Midland American English
          • Cincinnati English
          • St. Louis English
        • Southern American English
          • American Inland South English
          • Charleston English
          • Texas South English
  • British English [en-GB]
    • Northern English
      • Lower Northern English
      • Northumberland English
    • South-Central English
      • Central English
        • Western Central English
          • Lancashire English
          • Staffordshire English
        • Eastern Central English
          • Leicestershire English
          • Lincolnshire English
          • South Yorkshire English
      • Southern English
        • Southeastern English
          • Eastern Counties Southeastern English
          • Central-East Southeastern English
            • Essex
            • Northamptonshire-Cambridgeshire
        • Southwestern English
          • Eastern Southwestern English
          • Mid-South Welsh English
          • Northern Southwestern English
          • North-West Welsh English
          • Welsh English
          • Southeastern Southwestern English
            • Berkshire
            • Lower Southeastern Southwestern English
              • Kent-Surrey
              • Sussex
          • Western Southwestern English
            • Channel Islands English
            • Dorset-Somerset
            • Wiltshire-Hampshire
            • East Cornwall-Devon
              • Devon
              • East Cornwall
East Middle German languages:
  • Central East Middle German [sxu]
    • Nordobersächsisch-Südmärkisch (or Lusatian-New Marchian)
    • High East Prussian
      • Breslauisch
      • Oberländisch
    • Thuringian
      • Central Thuringian
      • East Thuringian
      • Ilm Thuringian
      • Northeast Thuringian
      • North Thuringian
      • Southeast Thuringian
      • West Thuringian
    • Upper Saxon
      • North Upper Saxon
      • South Upper Saxon
  • Schlesisch-Wilmesau languages
  • Yiddish [yi] macrolanguage
    • Western Yiddish [ydh] (disabled, use [yi])
      • Midwestern Yiddish
      • Northwestern Yiddish
      • Southwestern Yiddish
    • Eastern Yiddish [ydd]
      • Mideastern Yiddish
        • Lodz Yiddish
        • Poylish (or Polish Yiddish)
        • Western Galician Yiddish
      • Northeastern Yiddish
        • Litvish (or Lithuanian Yiddish)
        • Northern Ukraine Yiddish
      • Southeastern Yiddish
        • Bessarabian Yiddish
        • Ukrainish
West Middle German (or Lower Franconian) languages:
  • Middle Franconian languages
  • Rhenish Franconian languages
    • Hunsrik [hrx]
    • Palatinate languages
      • Pennsylvania German [pdc]
        • Amish Pennsylvania German
        • Non-Amish Pennsylvania German
      • Palatine German (or Pfaelzisch-Lothringisch) [pfl]
        • Lothringisch (or Lorraine Franconian)
        • Nordpfälzisch (or Northern Franconian)
        • Ostpfälzisch (or Eastern Franconian)
        • Südhessisch (or Southern Hessian)
        • Südreinfränkisch (or South Rhenish Franconian)
        • Vorderpfälzisch (or Vorder Franconian)
        • Westpfälzisch (or Western Franconian)
Upper Franconian languages:
  • Global German languages
  • Eastern Franconian (or Ostfränkisch) [vmf]
    • Ansbacher-Neustädter-Coburger Franconian (or Ansbachisch-Itzgründisch)
      • Ansbacher Franconian (or Ansbachisch)
      • Neustädter-Coburger Franconian (or Itzgründisch)
    • Lower East Franconian (or Unterostfränkisch)
      • Henneberg Franconian (or Hennebergisch)
      • Mid-North Lower East Franconian (or Grabfeldisch)
      • Southwest Lower East Franconian (or Unterfränkisch)
      • Würzburger Franconian
    • Upper East Franconian (or Oberostfränkisch)
      • Hof-Bayreuther (or Oberfränkisch)
      • Nailaer
      • Obermain
      • Regnitz
      • Vogtlandish (or Vogtländisch)
Alemannic languages:
  • North Alemannic languages
  • South Alemannic languages
    • Walser [wae] (disabled)
    • Central Alemannic [gsw]
      • High Alemannic (or Swiss Alemannic) [gsw-CH]
        • Bernese
        • Fribourg German
        • Graubenden-Grisons
        • Liechtensteinisch [gsw-LI]
        • Lower Wallis
        • Luzern German
        • Obwald
        • St. Gallen
        • Vorarlbergisch
        • Zürich German
      • Low Alemannic
        • Alsatian [gsw-FR]
        • Baden-Württemberg Alemannic [gsw-DE]
          • Basel German
          • Lake Constance Alemannic
          • Schwarzwald Low Alemannic
          • Upper-Rhine Alemannic
Bairisch (or Bayerisch, Bayeric) languages:
  • Bavarian [bar]
    • North Bavarian
    • Central Bavarian
      • Upper Austrian German
      • Viennese German
    • South Bavarian
      • Gottscheerisch
      • Landler
  • Global South Bavarian languages
    • Hutterite German [geh] (disabled)
    • Cimbrian [cim] (disabled)
      • Lusernese Cimbrian
      • Sette Comuni Cimbrian
      • Tredici Communi Cimbrian
    • Mòcheno [mhn] (disabled)
      • Fierozzo
      • Frassilongo
      • Palú