bhaashaabhaashiyon ki sankhya ke anusaar bhaashaaon ki soochi

maanav bhaashaaon ka vartamaan mein vitran chitr

yeh soochi kisi bhaasha ko maatrubhaasha maanane vaale (native speakers) logon ke sankhya ke kram se sajaaya gaya hai. ismein dviteeya bhaasha ke roop mein in bhaashaaon ke upayog ke bhi kuchh aankade diye gaye hain.

sarvaadhik boli jaane waali bees bhaashaaeain

bhaasha parivaar ethnolaug (2005 ka anumaan)[1] enakaarta ka anumaan[2] anya sroton dvaara aakalan ethanaulaug ke aakalan ke anusaar raink (rank)
cheeni cheeni-tibbati, cheeni 87,30,14,298 1,210,000,000†[2] 982,000,000 native, 179,000,000 second language = 1,151,000,000 total[3]
Encarta estimate includes all Chinese dialects
1
hindi hind Europeeya, hind-Irani, hind aarya 36,60,00,000 Hindi,
60,503,579 Urdu[4]
366,000,000 Hindi,
60,290,000 Urdu
Standard Hindi 325,000,000; A total of 650,000,000 including Urdu (official language of Pakistan) and secondary speakers, does not include Maithili. All Hindi-Urdu dialects are mutually intelligible. 2
speni Indo-European, Italic, Romance 322,299,171 322,200,000[5] Total of 417 million including second-language speakers (1999).[6][7] 3
angreji Indo-European, Germanic, West 309,352,280 341,000,000 Possibly well over 1,500,000,000 worldwide.[8] Also see List of countries by English-speaking population which numbers 850,000,000 worldwide (as a total of first and additional language spoken). 4
arabi Afro-Asiatic, Semitic 206,000,000 422,039,637

200 million native speakers and 250 million non-native speakers[9] It is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations.[10]

5
purtagaali Indo-European, Italic, Romance 177,457,180 176,000,000 210 million native, 20 million second language = 235 million total[tathya vaanchhit] 6
baangla Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan 171,070,202 207,000,000 196 million native (2004 CIA) (includes 14 million Chittagonian and 10.3 million Sylheti). 7
roosi Indo-European, Slavic, East 145,031,551 167,000,000 165 million native, 110 million second language = 275 million total 8
fraanseesi Indo-European, Italic, Romance 77,000,000
128,000,000
including second
language speakers[11]
78,000,000 128 million “anative and real speakers”[12][13] (includes 64,473,140 French people), 72 million "partiels", 250 million second language (worldwide including Africa and North Africa) = 450+ million (as a total of first and additional language spoken) and up to 600+ million total with significant knowledge of the language (2008). Not including partial speakers, French is the ninth most spoken language in the world.[14][15] 9
Japani language isolate, or Altaic(controversial) 122,433,899 125,000,000 130 million native, 2 million second language = 132 million total 10
jarman Indo-European, Germanic, West 95,392,978 100,130,000 101 million native (88 million Standard German, 5 million Swiss German, 8 million Austrian German), 60 million second language in EU[16] + 5–20 million worldwide. 11
telugu Dravidian, South Central 94,002,856[17] 94,002,856 84 million native, 5 million second language = 89 million total (2001) 12
punjabi Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan 88,000,000 57,000,000 61–62 million (2000 WCD) (taken together with Eastern Punjabi (28 million) and Siraiki (14 million): 104 million total) 13
Koreai language isolate, or Altaic(controversial) 78,000,000[2] 78,000,000
42,000,000 in South Korea (1986). Population total all countries 78,000,000 (1999 WA) 14
voo Sino-Tibetan, Chinese 77,200,000 77 million native 15
jaava bhaasha Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Sunda-Sulawesi 75,500,000 75,600,000 70–75 million 16
tamil Dravidian, Tamilnadu, Southern India, Srilanka, Singapore & Malaysia. 78,000,000 78,000,000 78 million native, 10 million second language = 88 million total[18] 17
faarasi Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, [[Iranian

68,000,000 || 68 million native, 3 million second language = 71 million total || 19

viytanaami Austro-Asiatic, Mon-Khmer, Vietic 67,400,000 68,000,000 70 million native, perhaps up to 16 million second language, = ~86 million total 20
itaalavi Indo-European, Italic, Romance 61,500,000 62,000,000 21

baahari kadiyaaain

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