Languages by language family/Hellenic

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Indo-European languages

  • Phrygian (†) [xpg] (disabled)
    • Mysian
  • Greek languages
    • Tsakonian [tsd]
      • Northern Tsakonian
      • Propontis Tsakonian
      • Southern Tsakonian
    • Attic (or East Greek) languages
      • Mycenaean Greek (†) [gmy] (disabled)
      • Ancient Greek (†) [grc]
        • Aeolic (†)
        • Arcadocypriot (†)
        • Attic (†)
        • Doric (†)
        • Ionic (†)
        • Northwestern Ancient Greek (†)
      • Koineic Greek (or Koinè) languages
        • Medieval Greek (†) [?]
        • Modern Koineic Greek languages
          • Yevanic (†) [yej] (disabled)
          • Cypriot Greek [?]
          • Apulia-Calabrian Greek [?]
            • Apulian Greek
            • Aspromonte
          • Pontic-Cappadocian Greek languages
          • Nuclear Modern Greek languages
            • Romano-Greek (or Hellenoromani, Romano-Greek, European Romany, Romika) [rge] (disabled)
            • Modern Greek [el]
              • Dimotiki (or Demotic Greek)
              • Katharevousa
              • Crimeo-Rumeic (or Tavro-Rumeic, Mariupol Greek, Mariupolitan Greek)
              • Middle Greek
              • Maniot-Cargese Greek
                • Cargesian (or Cargese Greek, Corsican Greek)
                • Maniot (or Maniate, Mani Greek)
              • Northern Greek
                • Epirote (or Southern Eipirote)
                • Macedonian Greek
                • Rumelian
                • Saracatsan
                • Thracian Greek
              • Southern Greek
                • Constantinople Greek
                • Dodecanesian (Dodecanese Greek)
                • Smyrnian (or Smyrna Greek)
                • Cretan-Cycladian
                  • Cretan
                  • Cycladian
                • Ionian-Peleponnesian-Attic
                  • Athenian (or Athens Greek)
                  • Ionian (or Ionian Islands Greek)
                  • Northern Epirote (or Northern Epirus Greek)
                  • Peleponnesian (orPeloponnese Greek)
                  • Southern Euboea
                    • Aegina
                    • Megara