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MULTI LINGUIS
MEET THE LANGUAGES
 

GUIDE TO SMALL DICTIONARIES

 
 

The Small Dictionaries are a type of books published by Multi Linguis.      

LANGUAGES

  Abkhazian
  Adyghe
  Afrikaans
  Ainu
  Aklanon
  Albanian
  Altai (Southern)
  Amharic
  Apache (Western)
  Arabic (Egyptian)
  Arabic (Gulf)
  Arabic (Hijazi)
  Arabic (Moroccan)
  Arabic (Standard)
  Aragonese
  Armenian
  Assamese
  Asturian
  Avaric
  Aymara
  Azerbaijani
  Balochi
  Bashkir
  Basque
  Belarusian
  Bengali
  Bikol
  Breton
  Brunei
  Bulgarian
  Buriat
  Burmese
  Catalan
  Cebuano
  Chamicuro
  Chechen
  Cherokee
  Chickasaw
  Chinese (Hakka)
  Chinese (Mandarin)
  Chinese (Min Dong)
  Chinese (Min Nan)
  Chinese (Wu)
  Chinese (Yue)
  Chukot
  Chuvash
  Comorian (Ngazidja)
  Coptic
  Cornish
  Corsican
  Croatian
  Czech
  Dalmatian
  Danish
  Dhivehi
  Dolgan
  Dungan
  Dutch
  English (Middle)
  English (Old)
  Erzya
  Esperanto
  Estonian
  Even
  Evenki
  Ewe
  Faroese
  Fijian
  Finnish
  French
  French (Old)
  Frisian
  Frisian (Northern)
  Friulian
  Gaelic (Scottish)
  Galician
  Georgian
  German
  German (Low)
  German (Pennsylvania)
  German (Swiss)
  Gothic
  Greek
  Greek (Ancient)
  Guarani
  Gujarati
  Haitian
  Hausa
  Hawaiian
  Hebrew
  Higaonon
  Hiligaynon
  Hindi
  Hmong
  Hungarian
  Hunsrik
  Icelandic
  Ido
  Iloko
  Indonesian
  Ingush
  Interlingua
  Interlingue
  Irish
  Irish (Old)
  Istriot
  Italian
  Japanese
  Javanese
  Jèrriais
  Kabuverdianu
  Kalaallisut
  Kalmyk
  Kannada
  Karachay-Balkar
  Karelian
  Kashubian
  Kawi
  Kazakh
  Khakas
  Khmer
  Kikuyu
  Kirghiz
  Komi
  Korean
  Kumyk
  Kurdish (Central)
  Kurdish (Northern)
  Ladin
  Ladino
  Lao
  Latgalian
  Latin
  Latvian
  Lezghian
  Ligurian
  Limburgan
  Lingala
  Lithuanian
  Liv
  Lojban
  Lombard
 
  Luxembourgish
  Macedonian
  Macedo-Romanian
  Maguindanaon
  Malagasy
  Malayalam
  Malaysian
  Maltese
  Manchu
  Mansaka
  Manx
  Maori
  Maranao
  Marathi
  Mari
  Mirandese
  Mòcheno
  Moksha
  Mongolian
  Nahuatl (Central)
  Nahuatl (Classical)
  Nanai
  Navajo
  Neapolitan
  Nepali
  Norse (Old)
  Norwegian (Bokmål)
  Norwegian (Nynorsk)
  Novial
  Nyanja
  Occitan
  Ojibwa
  Oriya
  Oromo
  Ossetian
  Övdalian
  Pampangan
  Panjabi
  Persian
  Plautdietsch
  Polish
  Portuguese
  Pushto
  Quechua
  Rapanui
  Romani
  Romanian
  Romansh
  Russian
  Russian (Old)
  Rusyn
  Sami (Northern)
  Sami (Skolt)
  Samoan
  Sanskrit
  Santali
  Sardinian
  Scots
  Serbian
  Shan
  Shor
  Sicilian
  Sindhi
  Sinhala
  Slavic (Church)
  Slovak
  Slovenian
  Somali
  Sorbian (Lower)
  Sorbian (Upper)
  Sotho (Southern)
  Spanish
  Sundanese
  Swahili
  Swedish
  Sylheti
  Syriac (Classical)
  Tabassaran
  Tagalog
  Tajik
  Talysh
  Tamil
  Tatar
  Tatar (Crimean)
  Tausug
  Telugu
  Tetum
  Thai
  Tibetan
  Tigrinya
  Tiwa (Northern)
  Tok Pisin
  Tokharian B
  Tonga
  Turkish
  Turkish (Ottoman)
  Turkmen
  Tuvinian
  Udmurt
  Uighur
  Ukrainian
  Urdu
  Uzbek
  Venetian
  Vietnamese
  Volapük
  Walloon
  Waray
  Welsh
  Wolof
  Wymysorys
  Xhosa
  Yagnobi
  Yakut
  Yiddish
  Yoruba
  Yucateco
  Yupik (Central)
  Zaza
  Zeeuws
  Zhuang
  Zulu

GROUPS

  Indo-European ll.:
  Baltic ll.
  Celtic ll.
  Germanic ll.
  Indic ll.
  Iranian ll.
  Romance ll.
  Slavic ll.
  Other Indo-European ll.
  Non-Indo-European ll.:
  Afro-Asiatic ll.
  American ll.
  Austro-Asiatic ll.
  Austronesian ll.
  Caucasian ll.
  Constructed ll.
  Dravidian ll.
  Mongolic ll.
  Niger-Congo ll.
  Northern Asian and Arctic American ll.
  Sino-Tibetic ll.
  Tai-Kadai ll.
  Turkic ll.
  Uralic ll.
  Other Non-Indo-European ll.