ID LANGUAGE FAMILY ISO LANGUAGE NAME NATIVE NAME 639-1 639-2/T 639-2/B
1 ab abk abk abk also known as Abkhaz Afar
2 aar Afrikaans af afr afr
3 ak aka aka aka + 2 macrolanguage, Twi is tw/twi, Fanti is fat Albanian
4 sqi + 4 macrolanguage, called "Albanian Phylozone" in 639-6 Amharic am amh amh
5 ar ara ara ara + 28 macrolanguage, Standard Arabic is arb Aragonese
6 arg Armenian hy hye arm
7 as asm asm asm Avaric
8 ava also known as Avar Avestan ae ave ave
9 ay aym aym aym + 2 macrolanguage Azerbaijani
10 aze + 2 macrolanguage, also known as Azeri Bambara bm bam bam
11 ba bak bak bak Basque
12 eus Belarusian be bel bel
13 bn ben ben ben also known as Bangla Bislama
14 bis Language formed from English and Vanuatuan languages, with some French influence. Bosnian bs bos bos
15 br bre bre bre Bulgarian
16 bul Burmese my mya bur
17 ca cat cat cat Chamorro
18 cha Chechen ce che che
19 ny nya nya nya Chinese
20 zho + 16 macrolanguage Church Slavonic, Old Slavonic, Old Church Slavonic cu chu chu
21 cv chv chv chv Cornish
22 cor Corsican co cos cos
23 cr cre cre cre + 6 macrolanguage Croatian
24 hrv Czech cs ces cze
25 da dan dan dan Divehi, Dhivehi, Maldivian
26 div Dutch, Flemish nl nld dut
27 dz dzo dzo dzo English
28 eng Esperanto eo epo epo
29 et est est est + 2 macrolanguage Ewe
30 ewe Faroese fo fao fao
31 fj fij fij fij Finnish
32 fin French fr fra fre
33 fy fry fry fry also known as Frisian or Fries Fulah
34 ful + 9 macrolanguage, also known as Fula Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic gd gla gla
35 gl glg glg glg Ganda
36 lug Georgian ka kat geo
37 de deu ger deu Greek, Modern (1453–)
38 ell for Ancient Greek, use the ISO 639-3 code grc Kalaallisut, Greenlandic kl kal kal
39 gn grn grn grn + 5 macrolanguage Gujarati
40 guj Haitian, Haitian Creole ht hat hat
41 ha hau hau hau Hebrew
42 heb Modern Hebrew. Code changed in 1989 from original ISO 639:1988, iw.[3] Herero hz her her
43 hi hin hin hin Hiri Motu
44 hmo Hungarian hu hun hun
45 is isl ice isl Ido
46 ido constructed by De Beaufront, 1907, as variation of Esperanto Igbo ig ibo ibo
47 id ind ind ind covered by macrolanguage ms/msa. Changed in 1989 from original ISO 639:1988, in.[3] Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)
48 ina constructed by the International Auxiliary Language Association Interlingue, Occidental ie ile ile
49 iu iku iku iku + 2 macrolanguage Inupiaq
50 ipk + 2 macrolanguage Irish ga gle gle
51 it ita ita ita Japanese
52 jpn Javanese jv jav jav
53 kn kan kan kan Kanuri
54 kau + 3 macrolanguage Kashmiri ks kas kas
55 kk kaz kaz kaz Central Khmer
56 khm also known as Khmer or Cambodian Kikuyu, Gikuyu ki kik kik
57 rw kin kin kin Kirghiz, Kyrgyz
58 kir Komi kv kom kom
59 kg kon kon kon + 3 macrolanguage Korean
60 kor Kuanyama, Kwanyama kj kua kua
61 ku kur kur kur + 3 macrolanguage Lao
62 lao Latin la lat lat
63 lv lav lav lav + 2 macrolanguage Limburgan, Limburger, Limburgish
64 lim Lingala ln lin lin
65 lt lit lit lit Luba-Katanga
66 lub also known as Luba-Shaba Luxembourgish, Letzeburgesch lb ltz ltz
67 mk mkd mac mkd Malagasy
68 mlg + 11 macrolanguage Malay ms msa may
69 ml mal mal mal Maltese
70 mlt Manx gv glv glv
71 mi mri mao mri also known as Māori Marathi
72 mar also known as Marāṭhī Marshallese mh mah mah
73 mn mon mon mon + 2 macrolanguage Nauru
74 nau also known as Nauruan Navajo, Navaho nv nav nav
75 nd nde nde nde also known as Northern Ndebele South Ndebele
76 nbl also known as Southern Ndebele Ndonga ng ndo ndo
77 ne nep nep nep + 2 macrolanguage Norwegian
78 nor + 2 macrolanguage, Bokmål is nb/nob, Nynorsk is nn/nno Norwegian Bokmål nb nob nob
79 nn nno nno nno covered by macrolanguage no/nor Sichuan Yi, Nuosu
80 iii standard form of the Yi languages Occitan oc oci oci
81 oj oji oji oji + 7 macrolanguage, also known as Ojibwe Oriya
82 ori + 2 macrolanguage, also known as Odia Oromo om orm orm
83 os oss oss oss Pali
84 pli ancient, also known as Pāli Pashto, Pushto ps pus pus
85 fa fas per fas + 2 macrolanguage, also known as Farsi Polish
86 pol Portuguese pt por por
87 pa pan pan pan Quechua
88 que + 43 macrolanguage Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan ro ron rum
89 rm roh roh roh Rundi
90 run also known as Kirundi Russian ru rus rus
91 se sme sme sme Samoan
92 smo Sango sg sag sag
93 sa san san san ancient Sardinian
94 srd + 4 macrolanguage Serbian sr srp srp
95 sn sna sna sna Sindhi
96 snd Sinhala, Sinhalese si sin sin
97 sk slk slo slk Slovenian
98 slv also known as Slovene Somali so som som
99 st sot sot sot Spanish, Castilian
100 spa Sundanese su sun sun