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    182 languages in the United States of America / 182 langues aux États-Unis d'Amérique :

    1. Achumawi (Achomawi, Pitt River)
    2. Afro-Seminole Creole (Afro-Seminole, Black Seminole, Seminole)
    3. Ahtena (Ahtna, Atna, Copper River, Mednovskiy)
    4. Alabama (Alibamu)
    5. Aleut
    6. American Sign Language (ASL)
    7. Angloromani (English Romani, Romani English, Romanichal, Romanis)
    8. Apache, Jicarilla
    9. Apache, Kiowa
    10. Apache, Lipan
    11. Apache, Mescalero-Chiricahua
    12. Apache, Western (Coyotero)
    13. Arapaho (Arrapahoe)
    14. Arikara (Arikaree, Arikari, Arikaris, Ree, Ris)
    15. Assiniboine (Assiniboin, Hohe)
    16. Atsugewi
    17. Blackfoot (Blackfeet, Pikanii)
    18. Caddo (Caddoe, Kado, Kadohadacho)
    19. Cahuilla
    20. Carolinian
    21. Cayuga
    22. Chamorro
    23. Cherokee (Tsalagi, Tslagi)
    24. Chetco
    25. Cheyenne
    26. Chickasaw
    27. Chinese, Min Dong (Eastern Min)
    28. Chinese, Wu
    29. Chinook (Lower Chinook)
    30. Chinook Wawa (Chinook Jargon, Chinook Pidgin, Tsinuk Wawa)
    31. Chippewa (Ojibway, Ojibwe, Southwestern Ojibwa)
    32. Choctaw
    33. Clallam (Klallam, Na’klallam, S’klallam)
    34. Cocopa (Cocopah, Cucapá, Delta River Yuman, Kikima, Kwikapa)
    35. Coeur d’Alene
    36. Columbia-Wenatchi (Chelan, Columbian, Moses-Colombia Salish, Moses-Colombia, Nxa’amxcin, Wenatchee, Wenatchi, Wenatchi-Columbia)
    37. Comanche
    38. Coos (Hanis)
    39. Cree, Plains (Western Cree)
    40. Croatian
    41. Crow (Apsaalooke)
    42. Cruzeño (Island Chumash, Isleño)
    43. Dakota (Sioux)
    44. Degexit’an (Deg Xinag, Deg Xit’an, “Ingalik” , “Ingalit”)
    45. Delaware
    46. English
    47. Evenki
    48. French (Français)
    49. French, Cajun (Acadian, Cadien, Cajan, Cajun, Français Acadien)
    50. German, Hutterite (Hutterian German, Tirolean, Tyrolese, Carinthian German)
    51. German, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Deitsh, Pennsylvania Dutch, Pennsylvanish)
    52. Gros Ventre (Ahahnelin, Ahe, Ananin, Atsina, Fall Indians, Gros Ventres, White Clay People)
    53. Gwich’in (Kutchin)
    54. Haida, Northern (Masset)
    55. Halkomelem (Holkomelem)
    56. Han (Dawson, Han-Kutchin, Moosehide)
    57. Havasupai-Walapai-Yavapai (Upland Yuman, Upper Colorado River Yuman)
    58. Hawai’i Creole English (Hawai’i Pidgin, HCE, Pidgin)
    59. Hawai’i Pidgin Sign Language (Pidgin Sign Language)
    60. Hawaiian (’Olelo Hawai’i, ’Olelo Hawai’i Makuahine)
    61. Hidatsa (Hinatsa, Hiraca, Minitari)
    62. Ho-Chunk (Hocák, Hocak Wazijaci, Hocank, Hochank, Winnebago)
    63. Holikachuk
    64. Hopi
    65. Hupa (Hoopa)
    66. Inupiaq
    67. Inupiatun, North Alaskan (“Eskimo” , Inupiat, North Alaskan Inuktitut, North Alaskan Inupiat)
    68. Inupiatun, Northwest Alaska (“Eskimo” , Inupiatun, Northwest Alaska Inupiat)
    69. Javanese (Djawa, Jawa)
    70. Jemez (Towa)
    71. Jingpho
    72. Kalapuya (Lukamiute, Santiam, Wapatu)
    73. Kalispel-Pend D’oreille (“Flathead-Kalispel” , “Kalispel-Flathead” , Salish)
    74. Kansa (Kanze, Kaw, Konze)
    75. Karok (Karuk)
    76. Kashaya (Southwestern Pomo)
    77. Kawaiisu
    78. Keres, Eastern (Eastern Keres Pueblo)
    79. Keres, Western (Western Keres Pueblo)
    80. Kickapoo (Kikapoo, Kikapú)
    81. Kiowa
    82. Kiribati (Gilbertese, Ikiribati)
    83. Klamath-Modoc
    84. Koasati (Coushatta)
    85. Koyukon (Ten’a)
    86. Kumiai (Campo, Diegueño, Digueño, Kamia, Kumeyaay)
    87. Kuskokwim, Upper (Kolchan, Mcgrath Ingalik)
    88. Kutenai (Kootenai, Ktunaxa)
    89. Lakota (Lakhota, Teton)
    90. Louisiana Creole French
    91. Luiseño
    92. Lushootseed
    93. Maidu, Northeast (Mountain Maidu)
    94. Maidu, Northwest (Concow, “Digger” , Holólupai, Konkau, Konkow, Maiduan, Meidoo, Michopdo, Nákum, Secumne, Sekumne, Tsamak, Yuba)
    95. Makah (Kwe-Nee-Chee-Aht, Kweedishchaaht)
    96. Malecite-Passamaquoddy (Maliseet-Passamaquoddy)
    97. Mandan
    98. Maricopa (Cocomaricopa)
    99. Menominee (Menomini)
    100. Meskwaki (Mesquakie, Sac and Fox, Sauk-Fox)
    101. Miami (Illinois, Miami-Illinois, Miami-Myaamia)
    102. Michif (French Cree, Mitchif)
    103. Micmac (Mi’gmaw, Mi’kmaw, Miigmao, Restigouche)
    104. Mikasuki (Hitchiti, Miccosukee, Mikasuki Seminole)
    105. Miwok, Central Sierra
    106. Miwok, Lake
    107. Miwok, Northern Sierra
    108. Miwok, Plains (Valley Miwok)
    109. Miwok, Southern Sierra (Me-Wuk, Meewoc, Mewoc, Miwoc, Miwokan, Mokélumne, Moquelumnan, San Raphael, Talatui, Talutui, Yosemite)
    110. Mohave (Mojave)
    111. Mohawk (Kanien’kéha)
    112. Mokilese
    113. Mono (Monachi)
    114. Muskogee (Creek)
    115. Navajo (Navaho)
    116. Nez Perce (Nuumiipuutimt, Nuumiipuutímt)
    117. Nisenan (Neeshenam, Nishinam, Pujuni, Southern Maidu, Wapumni)
    118. Ohlone, Northern (“Costanoan”)
    119. Okanagan (Okanagan-Colville, Okanagon, Okanogan)
    120. Omaha-Ponca (Mahairi, Ponka, Ppankka, Umanhan)
    121. Oneida
    122. Onondaga (Onandaga)
    123. Osage (Wazhazhe)
    124. Ottawa (Chippewa, Eastern Ojibwa, Odawa, Ojibwe)
    125. Paiute, Northern (Paviotso)
    126. Pangasinan
    127. Pawnee
    128. Plains Indian Sign Language (Plains Sign Language)
    129. Plautdietsch (Low German, Mennonite German)
    130. Pomo, Central (Ballo-Kai-Pomo, Cabanapo, H’hana, Habenapo, Kábinapek, Khabenapo, Khana, Kulanapan, Kulanapo, Venaambakaia, Venambakaiia, Yokaia)
    131. Pomo, Southeastern (Lower Lake Pomo)
    132. Potawatomi (Pottawotomi)
    133. Purepecha
    134. Quapaw (Alkansea, Arkansas, Capa, Ogaxpa)
    135. Quechan (Kechan, Quecl, Yuma)
    136. Quileute
    137. Russian (Russki)
    138. Salish, Southern Puget Sound
    139. Salish, Straits (Straits)
    140. Sea Island Creole English (Geechee, Gullah)
    141. Seneca
    142. Serrano
    143. Shawnee
    144. Shoshoni (Shoshone)
    145. Skagit (Swinomish)
    146. Snohomish
    147. Spanish (Castellano, Español)
    148. Spokane (Spokan)
    149. Tanacross
    150. Tanaina (Dena’ina, Kinayskiy)
    151. Tanana, Lower (Tanana)
    152. Tanana, Upper (Nabesna)
    153. Tenino (Warm Springs)
    154. Tewa
    155. Timbisha (Coso, Koso, Koso Shoshone, Panamint, Panamint Shoshone, Tümpisa Shoshoni)
    156. Tiwa, Northern
    157. Tiwa, Southern
    158. Tlingit (Thlinget, Tlinkit)
    159. Tohono O’odham (Nebome, Nevome, O’odham, O’othham, Papago-Pima, Upper Piman)
    160. Tolowa (Smith River)
    161. Tsimshian (Chimmezyan, Coast Tsimshian, Sm’algyax, Tsimshean, Zimshian)
    162. Tübatulabal
    163. Tuscarora (Skarohreh)
    164. Tunica
    165. Umatilla (Columbia River Sahaptin)
    166. Ute-Southern Paiute
    167. Walla Walla (Northeast Sahaptin)
    168. Wasco-Wishram (Upper Chinook)
    169. Washo (Washoe)
    170. Wichita
    171. Wintu (Wintun)
    172. Wyandot (Wendat, Wyandotte, Wyendat)
    173. Yakima
    174. Yaqui
    175. Yiddish, Eastern
    176. Yokuts
    177. Yuchi (Uchean)
    178. Yupik, Central (Central Alaskan Yupik)
    179. Yupik, Central Siberian (Bering Strait Yupik, “St. Lawrence Island Eskimo”)
    180. Yupik, Pacific Gulf (Alutiiq, “Chugach Eskimo” , Koniag-Chugach, Pacific Yupik, “South Alaska Eskimo” , Sugcestun, “Sugpiak Eskimo” , “Sugpiaq Eskimo” , Suk)
    181. Yurok
    182. Zuni (Zuñi)
    No known speakers in the U.S.A (26 languages) :
    1. Abenaki, Eastern (Abnaki, Abénaqui)
    2. Catawba
    3. Chehalis, Upper (Chehalis, Kwaiailk)
    4. Chitimacha
    5. Chimariko
    6. Chumash
    7. Cowlitz (Lower Cowlitz)
    8. Cupeño
    9. Esselen
    10. Eyak
    11. Kato (Batem-Da-Kai-Ee, Cahto, Kai Po-Mo, Tlokeang)
    12. Kitsai (Kichai)
    13. Lumbee (Croatan)
    14. Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett
    15. Nanticoke
    16. Nooksack (Nootsack)
    17. Powhatan (Virginia Algonkian, Virginia Algonquian)
    18. Quinault
    19. Salinan
    20. Shasta (Sastean, Shastan)
    21. Twana (Skokomish)
    22. Unami (Delaware, Lenape, Lenni-Lenape, Tla Wilano)
    23. Wampanoag (Massachusett, Massachusetts, Natick)
    24. Wappo
    25. Wiyot
    26. Yuki

    Extinct languages in the U.S.A:

    1. Alsea (Alséya)
    2. Atakapa
    3. Barbareño
    4. Biloxi
    5. Carolina Algonquian
    6. Chehalis, Lower
    7. Coquille (Mishikhwutmetunee, Upper Coquille)
    8. Cruzeño (Island Chumash, Isleño)
    9. Delaware, Pidgin
    10. Galice
    11. Ineseño
    12. Iowa-Oto
    13. Karkin
    14. Mahican
    15. Maidu, Valley
    16. Mattole
    17. Miwok, Bay (Saclan, Saklan)
    18. Miwok, Coast
    19. Molale (Molala, Molalla, Molele)
    20. Natchez
    21. Nawathinehena
    22. Nottoway
    23. Obispeño
    24. Ofo
    25. Ohlone, Southern (“Costanoan”)
    26. Piro (Tompiro)
    27. Pomo, Eastern (Clear Lake Pomo)
    28. Pomo, Northeastern (Salt Pomo)
    29. Pomo, Northern
    30. Piscataway (Conoy)
    31. Pomo, Southern (Gallinoméro)
    32. Purisimeño
    33. Siuslaw
    34. Takelma (Lowland Takelma, Takilma)
    35. Tillamook
    36. Tonkawa
    37. Tutelo (Saponi)
    38. Tututni
    39. Ventureño
    40. Wailaki

     

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