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    Tchad (131 langues vivantes) :

    1. Amdang (Andangti, Biltine, Mima, Mime, Mimi, Mututu)
    2. Arabic, Babalia Creole (Babalia, Babaliya, Bubalia)
    3. Arabic, Chadian Spoken (Arabe Choa, Chad Arabic, Chadian Arabic, Chowa, L’arabe du Tchad, Shua, Shua Arabic, Shuwa Arabic, Suwa)
    4. Arabic, Standard (Arabe Standard)
    5. Assangori (Asong, Assoungor, Asungore, Azanguri, Bognak-Asungorung, Goran, Madungore, Soungor, Sungor)
    6. Bagirmi (Baghirmi, Bagrimma, Baguirme, Baguirmi, Barma, Lis, Lisi, Mbarma, Tar Bagrimma, Tar Barma)
    7. Barein (Baraïn, Guilia, Jalkia)
    8. Bedjond (Bediondo, Bediondo Mbai, Bédjonde, Bedjondo, Mbay Bediondo, Mbay Bejondo, Nangnda)
    9. Berakou (Babalia, Bubalia)
    10. Besme (’Unar, Beseme, Besemme, Bodor, Hounar, Huner)
    11. Bidiyo (’Bidio, ’Bidiyo, Bidio, Bidiya, Bidiyo-Waana, Bidyo)
    12. Birgit (Bergit, Berguid, Birgid)
    13. Bolgo
    14. Bon Gula (Bon, Bon Goula, Bun, Gula Guera, Poun, Taataal)
    15. Boor (Bwara, Damraw)
    16. Bua (’Ba, Boa, Boua, Bwa)
    17. Buduma (Boudouma, Yedima, Yedina, Yidana, Yidena)
    18. Buso (Bousso, Busso, Dam de Bousso)
    19. Chadian Sign Language
    20. Dagba
    21. Daju, Dar Daju (Dadjo, Dadju, Dajo, Dajou, Daju, Daju Mongo, Daju Oum Hadjer)
    22. Daju, Dar Sila (Bokorike, Dadjo, Dajou, Daju, Sila, Sula)
    23. Dangaléat (Danal, Dangal, Dangla)
    24. Day (Dai)
    25. Dazaga (Dasa, Daza, Dazza)
    26. Disa
    27. Fania (Fagnia, Fana, Fanian, Fanya, Fanyan, Kobe, Mana)
    28. Fongoro (Gele, Kole)
    29. French (Français)
    30. Fulfulde, Adamawa (Adamawa Fulani, Biira, Boulbe, Domona, Dzemay, Eastern Fulani, Foulfoulde, Ful, Fula Fulbe, Nagapelta, Palata, Paldena, Paldida, Pelta Hay, Peul, Peulh, Pladina, Pule, Pullo, Sanyo, Taareyo, Zaakosa, Zemay)
    31. Fulfulde, Bagirmi (Baghirmi Peul, Bagirmi Fula)
    32. Fulfulde, Kano-Katsina-Bororro (Fulbe, Peul)
    33. Fur (For, Four, Kondjara, Konjara)
    34. Gabri (Gabere, Gaberi, Ngabre, Southern Gabri)
    35. Gadang
    36. Gidar (“Baynawa” , Gidder, Guidar, Kada)
    37. Gor (Bodo)
    38. Goundo
    39. Gula (Bayo, Goula, Sara Goula, Sara Gula)
    40. Gula Iro (Goula d’Iro, Goula Iro, Kulaal)
    41. Gulay (Goulai, Goulaye, Goulei, Gulai, Gulei)
    42. Herdé (He’dé, Ka’do Herdé, “Kado” , Zime)
    43. Jaya
    44. Jonkor Bourmataguil (Djongor Bourmataguil, Dougne, Karakir)
    45. Kaba (Kaba de Baibokoum, Kaba de Paoua, Kabba, Western Kaba)
    46. Kaba Démé, Sara (Kaba ’Dem, Kaba Démé, Kaba Demi, Sara Kaba Dem, Tà Sàra)
    47. Kaba Náà, Sara (Dana, Kaba Na, Kaba Naa, Kaba Nar, Na, Sara Kaba)
    48. Kabalai (Gablai, Kaba-Lai, Kabalay, Kabalaye, Keb-Kaye, Lai, Lay)
    49. Kajakse (Kadjakse, Kajeske, Kawa Tadimini, Kujarke, Mini)
    50. Kanembu (Kanambu, Kanembou)
    51. Kanuri, Central (Aga, “Baribari” , “Beriberi” , Bornouan, Bornouans, Bornu, Kanouri, Kanoury, Kole, Kolere, Sirata, Yerwa Kanuri)
    52. Karang (Eastern Mbum, Kareng, Laka, Lakka, Lakka Mbum, Mbum Bakal, Nzák Kàráng)
    53. Karanga (Kurunga)
    54. Kendeje (Yaali)
    55. Kenga (Cenge, Kenge)
    56. Kera
    57. Kibet (Kibeit, Kibeet, Kabentang)
    58. Kim
    59. Kimré (Gabri-Kimré, Gawra)
    60. Koke (Khoke)
    61. Kujarge
    62. Kulfa (“Kaba So” , Kulfe, Kurmi, Kurumi)
    63. Kuo (Ko, Koh)
    64. Kwang (Kouang, Kuang, Kwong)
    65. Laal (Gori)
    66. Lagwan (Kotoko-Logone, Lagouane, Lagwane, Logone)
    67. Laka (Kabba Laka)
    68. Lele
    69. Lutos
    70. Maba (Borgu, Bura Mabang, Kana Mabang, Mabaa, Mabak, Mabang, Ouaddai, Ouaddaien, Wadai, Waddayen)
    71. Mabire
    72. Majera (Da’a, Mazera, Mida’a, Midah)
    73. Malgbe (Goulfei, Goulfey, Gulfei, Kotoko-Gulfei, Malbe, Malgwe, Ngwalkwe, Sanbalbe)
    74. Mambai (Mambay, Mamgbay, Mamgbei, Manbai, Mangbai, Mangbaï de Biparé, Mangbei, Momboi, Mongbay)
    75. Mango (Doba, Mbay Doba, Mongo)
    76. Mararit (Abiri, Abiyi, Ebiri, Mararet, Merarit)
    77. Marba (’Azumeina, Azumeina, Kolong, Kulung, Maraba)
    78. Marfa (Marba)
    79. Masalit (Kaana Masala, Masale, Masara, Massalit, Massolit)
    80. Masana (“Banana” , Masa, Massa)
    81. Maslam (Kotoko-Maltam, Maltam)
    82. Masmaje (Masmadje, Mesmedje)
    83. Massalat
    84. Mawa (Mahoua, Mahwa)
    85. Mbara (G’kelendeg, G’kelendeng, Guelengdeng, Massa de Guelengdeng)
    86. Mbay (Mbai, Mbay Moissala, Mbaye, Moissala Mbai, Sara Mbai)
    87. Mesme (Djime, Djiwe)
    88. Migaama (Dionkor, Djonkor, Djonkor Abou, Dyongor, Jongor, Migama, Telfane)
    89. Miltu (Miltou)
    90. Mire
    91. Mogum (Mogoum)
    92. Morom (Tar Murba)
    93. Mpade (Kotoko-Makari, Makari)
    94. Mser (Klesem, Kotoko-Kuseri, Kousseri, Kuseri)
    95. Mubi (Moubi)
    96. Mukulu (Diongor Guera, Djonkor Guera, Dyongor Guera, Gergiko, Guerguiko, Jonkor-Gera, Mokilko, Mokoulou, Mokulu)
    97. Mundang (Kaele, Moundan, Moundang, Nda)
    98. Musey (Bananna, Bananna Ho Ho, Mosi, Moussei, Moussey, Musei, Museyna, Mussoi, Mussoy)
    99. Musgu (Mouloui, Mousgou, Mousgoum, Mousgoun, Mulwi, Munjuk, Musgum, Musuk)
    100. Naba
    101. Nancere (Nanjeri, Nanchere, Nantcere, Nangjere, Nangcere, Nangtchere)
    102. Ndam (Dam, Ndamm)
    103. Ngam (Ngahm, Ngama, Ngamh, Sarngam)
    104. Ngambay (Gamba, Gambaye, Gamblai, Ngambai, Sara, Sara Ngambai)
    105. Ngete (Ka’do Ngueté, Nge’dé, Ngueté, Nguetté, Zime)
    106. Niellim (Lua, Mjillem, Nielim, Nyilem)
    107. Noy (Loo)
    108. Nzakambay (Mboum, Mbum, Mbum Nzakambay, Njakambai, Nzak Mbai, Nzaka Mbay, Nzakmbay)
    109. Pana (Pani)
    110. Pévé (Ka’do Pevé, “Kado” , Lamé, Zime)
    111. Runga (Rounga, Roungo, Aykindang)
    112. Saba (Jelkung)
    113. Sango (Sangho)
    114. Sar (Sara, Sara Madjingay)
    115. Sarua (Saroua, Sarwa)
    116. Sinyar (Shamya, Shamyan, Shemya, Sinya, Symiarta, Taar Shamyan, Zimirra)
    117. Sokoro
    118. Somrai (Sibine, Somre, Somrei, Soumrai, Soumray, Sounrai, Sumrai)
    119. Surbakhal (Sourbakhal)
    120. Tama (Tamok, Tamongobo, Tamot)
    121. Tamki (Temki)
    122. Tedaga (Tebou, Tebu, Teda, Tibbu, Toda, Todaga, Todga, Toubou, Tubu, Tuda, Tudaga)
    123. Tobanga (Gabri, Gabri-Nord, Gabri-North, Northern Gabri)
    124. Toram (Torom, Torum)
    125. Tumak (Dije, Sara Toumak, Toumak, Tumac, Tumag, Tummok)
    126. Tunia (Tounia, Tun, Tunya)
    127. Tupuri (Ndore, Toubouri, Toupouri, Tuburi)
    128. Ubi (Oubi)
    129. Zaghawa (Beri, Beri-Aa, Beria, Berri, Kebadi, Kuyuk, Merida, Soghaua, Zagaoua, Zagawa, Zauge, Zeggaoua, Zeghawa, Zorhaua)
    130. Zan Gula (Goula, Gula Guera, Moriil, Morre)
    131. Zirenkel

    Langues disparues :

    1. Horo (Hor)
    2. Muskum (Muzgum)

     

     

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