ROP3 Peoples by niusheng11

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									 ROP3            PeopleName




######## Deaf




######## Okung




######## Nusan




######## Handa, Tsexa




######## Gxana




######## Gwi




######## Hua
######## Kung Gobabis




######## Aari




######## Assa




######## Gabadi




######## Abaga




######## Abai Sungai




######## Abanyom
######## Mijong




######## Abau




######## Abaza




######## Abe




######## Negrito, Aburlin




######## Abidji




######## Baso
######## Foya




######## Abkhaz




######## Ba'ban




######## Brong




######## Adjora




######## Abua




######## Abui
######## Abun




######## Abure




######## Mini




######## Tlapaneco, Acatepec




######## Achagua




######## Achang




######## Achang, Husa
######## Ache




######## Acheron




######## Achi, Cubulco




######## Achi, Rabinal




######## Aceh




######## Achual Jivaro




######## Achumawi
######## Acholi




######## Adabe




######## Fula Macina, Fulakunda




######## Fulbe, Fulani




######## Gey




######## Adang




######## Dangme
######## Adasen Itneg




######## Adele




######## Padhola




######## Abor




######## Adi




######## Adi, Ashing




######## Adi, Bokar
######## Adi, Bori




######## Adi, Karko




######## Adi, Komkar




######## Adi, Milang




######## Adi, Minyong




######## Adi, Padam




######## Adi, Pailibo
######## Adi, Pangi




######## Adi, Pasi




######## Adi, Ramo




######## Adi, Simong




######## Adi, Tangam




######## Bagi




######## Bolak Tangsa
######## Bomdo




######## Darok Tangsa




######## Galong




######## Janbo




######## Katin Tangsa




######## Kongbo




######## Lhoba, Bogar
######## Libo




######## Lichi Tangsa




######## Longin Tangsa




######## Miguba




######## Millang Abor




######## Minyong




######## Minyong
######## Morang Tangsa




######## Muktum




######## Padam




######## Pasi, Christian




######## Phongle Tangsa




######## Taisen Tangsa




######## Tanggam
######## Adyukru




######## Garasia




######## Adynyamathanha




######## Adonara




######## Aduge




######## Adyghe




######## Ubyx
######## Azera




######## Aeka




######## Awin




######## Aer




######## Afade




######## Afar




######## Afitti
######## Afrikaner




######## Baster, Rehobother




######## Coloured




######## Malay, Cape




######## Xegwi




######## Afro-Seminole




######## Agarabi
######## Agatu




######## Agavotaguerra




######## Aghem




######## Aghu




######## Agul




######## Agi




######## Agob
######## Agoi




######## Aguacatec




######## Aguaruna




######## Aguna




######## Agusan Manobo




######## Manobo, Umayamnon




######## Agutaynon
######## Agwagwune




######## Ahan




######## Ahanta




######## Aheu




######## Ashirat




######## Ahtena




######## Nandu-Tari
######## Nyeng




######## Shakara




######## Ai-Cham




######## Aighon




######## Tubarao




######## Moewehafen




######## Aimaq, Firozkohi
######## Aimaq, Hazara




######## Aimaq, Jamshidi




######## Aimaq, Taimani




######## Aimaq, Timuri




######## Char Aimaq




######## Teimurtash




######## Aimele
######## Aimol




######## Ainbai




######## Aynu




######## Aiome




######## Airoran




######## Aiton




######## Aja
######## Hwe




######## Aja




######## Ajie




######## Asheninca Apurucayali




######## Ak




######## Fa-c-Aka




######## Ahafo
######## Akan




######## Akuapem




######## Akwamu




######## Akyem




######## Asen




######## Ashanti




######## Dankyira
######## Fante




######## Kwahu




######## Akaselem, Chamba




######## Kanjobal, Western




######## Akawaio




######## Ake




######## Akebu
######## Akei




######## Akha




######## Akha, Botche




######## Akha, Chapo




######## Akha, Eupa




######## Akha, Kophe




######## Akha, Kopien
######## Akha, Luma




######## Akha, Lylo




######## Akha, Nuqui




######## Akha, Nutchi




######## Akha, Oma




######## Akha, Pouly




######## Akha, Tchitcho
######## Neisu




######## Pala




######## Akhvakh




######## Saami, Akkala




######## Aklano




######## Akolet




######## Bakossi
######## Lohiki




######## Yache Akpa




######## Akpes




######## Akrukay




######## Akum




######## Akuliyo




######## Akwa
######## Allaaba




######## Kebena




######## Alabama




######## Agta, Alabat Island




######## Alabat Is Dumagat




######## Mixteco, Alacatlatzala




######## Alago
######## Alagwa




######## Alak




######## Alamblak




######## Alangan




######## Alawa




######## Mixteco, Alcozauca




######## Alege
######## Gahuku




######## Aleut, Eastern




######## Algerian




######## Bedouin




######## Berber, Arabized




######## Berber, Tougourt




######## Kharga, Selima
######## Tuareg, Asben




######## Kuraan




######## Tamanrasset




######## Algonquin




######## Ali




######## Aladian




######## Alngith
######## Zapoteco, Aloapam




######## Alorese




######## Arum-Chessu




######## Alune




######## Alur




######## Alutor




######## Alviri-Vidari
######## Alyawarra




######## Ama




######## Arabized Nyimang




######## Nyiman




######## Amahei




######## Amahuaca




######## Amaimon
######## Amal




######## Amanab




######## Amanaye




######## Bibling




######## Amarag




######## Amarakaire




######## Amarasi
######## Zapoteco, Amatlan




######## Amba




######## Mbuti, Twa




######## Nembao




######## Ambai




######## Aion




######## Sambal, Ambala
######## Ambelau




######## Ambele




######## Amblong




######## Ambo




######## Ambonese




######## Kajeli




######## Piru
######## Quechua, Ambo-Pasco




######## Ambrak




######## Ambulas




######## Amdang




######## Amdo, Hbrogpa




######## Amdo, Ronga




######## Amdo, Rongmahbrogpa
######## Amdo, Rtahu




######## Golog




######## Hdzanggur




######## Sogwo Arig




######## Tebbu




######## Yonzhi




######## Za
######## Amele




######## Amganad Ifugao




######## Banaue Ifugao




######## Amhara




######## Weyto




######## Ami




######## Ami
######## Amap, Amo




######## Alatil




######## Mixteco, Amoltepec




######## Ampanang




######## Amto




######## Amondawa




######## Dogon, Ana Tinga
######## Anaang




######## Anakalangu




######## Anal




######## Pondoma




######## Anambe




######## Ikundun




######## Bapu
######## Anca




######## Arafundi




######## Andarum




######## Andegerebinha




######## Andi




######## Andio




######## Andoque
######## Andra-Hus




######## Aneityumese




######## Anem




######## Abie




######## Anfillo




######## Angaatiha




######## East Angal
######## Megi




######## Nembi




######## South Mendi




######## Katinja




######## West Angal Heneng




######## Angami




######## Yali, Angguruk
######## Gangota




######## Kishanpanchi




######## Markande




######## Rajdhop




######## Romany, Anglo-Romani




######## Angolar




######## Ngola
######## Anggor




######## Angoram




######## Akpe




######## Basila




######## Anyimere




######## Andilyaugwa




######## Anjam
######## Angave




######## Anmatjirra




######## Anor




######## Ansus




######## Antakarinya




######## Antankarana




######## Mbiyi
######## Anguillan




######## Antiguan




######## Mulatto, Creole Speakers




######## Anu




######## Anuak




######## Anufo




######## Anuki
######## Anus




######## Anuta




######## Anyi




######## Anyi, Alangua




######## Anyi, Anoh




######## Anyi, Barabo




######## Anyi, Bini
######## Anyi, Bona




######## Anyi, Juablin




######## Anyi, Ndenye




######## Anyi, Sanvi




######## Esuma




######## Anyin, Morofo




######## Ao
######## Penihing




######## Aore




######## Kambot




######## Apalai




######## Emerum




######## Ambul




######## Mixteco, Apasco y Apoala
######## Tanu




######## Apinaye




######## Central Raga




######## Aizi, Aproumu




######## Apurina




######## Tutunohan




######## Welemur
######## Arabana




######## Arabela




######## Aragonese




######## Araki




######## Aralle-Tabulahan




######## Laramanik




######## Aramba
######## Arandan




######## Arandai




######## Araona




######## Arapaho




######## Arikara




######## Arawak




######## Arawete'
######## Arawum




######## Albanian, Arbereshe




######## Eribori




######## Archin




######## Mukawa




######## Areare




######## Areba
######## Arem




######## Quechua, Arequipa-Union




######## Argobba




######## Arguni




######## Ara




######## Aro




######## Arhuaco
######## Ari




######## Yalu




######## Arifama-Miniafia




######## Northern Akoko




######## Arikapu




######## Lugbara, Low




######## Armenian
######## Khemshin, Kemshili




######## Arop




######## Lukep




######## Arop-Sissano




######## Arosi




######## Franco-Provencal




######## Vaudois
######## Arta




######## Arua




######## Mikarew




######## Aruek




######## Aruop




######## Arutani




######## Albanian, Arvanite
######## As




######## Morafa




######## Asas




######## Ashaninca




######## Ashe




######## Asheninca Pajonal




######## Asheninca Perene
######## Amulah




######## Ashkuni




######## Asho Chin




######## Chin, Asho




######## Khyang 1




######## Khyang, Hindu




######## Astiani
######## Asilulu




######## Eivo




######## Asua Pygmy




######## Ahom




######## Assamese




######## Assamese Christians




######## Assamese Muslim
######## Barjuba




######## Boria




######## Chinese-Tahitian Creole




######## Choudang




######## Dowaniya




######## Gankak




######## Hira
######## Jalkeot




######## Kachari, Sonwal




######## Kashan




######## Khamiyang




######## Lihu




######## Man




######## Matak
######## Mishmi




######## Mon




######## Mukhi




######## Nishang




######## Patni, Hindu




######## Rabha




######## Ranabhat
######## Saloi




######## Tausa




######## Erenga




######## Kimr




######## Sungor




######## Assiniboin




######## Assyrian
######## Asu




######## Pare




######## Awyu, Asue




######## Asumbua




         Zapoteco, Asuncion
######## Mixtepec




######## Asur




######## Birjia
######## Manobo, Ata




######## Atampaya




######## Mixteco, Atatlahuca




######## Tayal




######## Atemble




######## Athpariya




######## Atikamek
######## Kaugat




######## Atong




######## Chawai




######## Atsugewi




######## Attie




######## Matlatzinca, Atzingo




######## Au
######## Kurada




######## Aukan, Ndjuka




######## Aulua Bay




######## Aushi




######## Tubuaian




######## Simog




######## Auye
######## Ava-Canoeiro




######## Avar




######## Avatime




######## Avau




######## Gasmata




######## Avikam




######## Avukaya
######## Awa




######## Quaiquer




######## Biliau




######## Arakh




######## Awadhi




######## Bari, Sikh




######## Bhantu
######## Bot




######## Dharkar




######## Harjala




######## Kachhi, Muslim




######## Kuta




######## Awak




######## Awar
######## Awara




######## Awbono




######## Boni




######## Awera




######## Aweti




######## Awing




######## Awiyaana
######## Awjilah




######## Kunfel




######## Southern Agau




######## Kamnum




######## Awu, Southeastern




######## Awun




######## Efutu
######## Nanjingren




######## Awyi




######## Ahamb




######## Aluo




######## Ani




######## Axi




######## Ayabadhu
######## Quechua, Ayacucho




######## Mazateco, Ayautla




######## Ayere




######## Ayi




######## Ayi




######## Reef Islander




######## Ayizo-Gbe
######## Zapoteco, Ayoquesco




######## Ayore




######## Ayu




######## Mixteco, Ayutla




######## Azhe




######## Tlapaneco, Azoyu




######## Baan
######## Baangi




######## Bariba




######## Baba




######## Baba Chinese Creole




######## Malay, Baba




######## Babalia




######## Babango
######## Kidzom




######## Babatana




######## Babine




######## Babusa




######## Bachama




######## Malay, Bacanese




######## Tobada
######## Bada




######## Dekakire, Baggara




######## Badaga




######## Bade




######## Badeshi




######## Kanum, Bady




######## Biliri
######## Badui




######## Badyara




######## Baeggu




######## Baelelea




######## Baetora




######## Bafanji




######## Bafaw
######## Bekpak




######## Kaalong




######## Fut




######## Pukur, Baga Binari




######## Baga Mandouri




######## Baga Marara




######## Baga Sitemu
######## Bagheli




######## Bemaria




######## Gangai




######## Kamrai




######## Lahangar




######## Mandal




######## Muskhan
######## Barma




######## Fulbe, Bagirmi




######## Bago




######## Bagri




######## Nat, Sikh




######## Bagupi




######## Bagusa
######## Kvanadin




######## Buyang, Baha




######## Baham




######## Afro-Bahamian




######## Arab, Bahraini




######## Bahau




######## Bahinemo
######## Rumdali Rai




######## Bahnar




######## Bahonsuai




######## Bari




######## Baibai




######## Baikeno




######## Baima
######## Baimak




######## Banyun




######## Bainouk, Gunyuno




######## Bainouk-Samik




######## Baiso




######## Barbadian, Bajan




######## Bajelan
######## Baka Pygmy




######## Tara Baaka




######## Bakairi




######## Bakaka




######## Bakhtiari




######## Baki




######## Bakoko
######## Bakole




######## Bakpinka




######## Bakumpai




######## Bakwe




######## Balaesan




######## Balangao Bontoc




######## Northern Sinama
######## Ganja




######## Balantak




######## Balanta




######## Kantohe




######## Balau




######## Baldamu




######## Baali
######## Ibaali




######## Bali




######## Loloan




######## Yoruk




######## Romany, Balkan




######## Balo




######## Loi, Baloi
######## Balti




######## Baltistani Bhotia




######## Romany, Baltic




######## Baluan-Pam




######## Bamali




######## Bambalang




######## Bambam
######## Bambara




######## Dionka




######## Ganadougou




######## Somono




######## Bambassi




######## Bambili




######## Bamenyam
######## Bamu




######## Bamukumbit




######## Mum, Bamun




######## Ndop-Bamunka




######## Bamwe




######## Bana




######## Itneg, Banao
######## Banaro




######## Banda




######## Malay, Banda




######## Banda Bambari




######## Joto




######## Ndokpa




######## Banda-Banda
######## Banda-Mbres




######## Sabanga




######## Wada




######## Banda-Ndele




######## Djingburu




######## Tambogo




######## Yangere
######## Bandi




######## Zialo




######## Bandial




######## Hulon




######## Bandjilang




######## Ngala




######## Bangando
######## Bangba




######## Banggai




######## Bangi




######## Bangi Me




######## Lom




######## Bangolan




######## Bangobango
######## Bangwinji




######## Baniwa




######## Karutana




######## Banjar




######## Banka, Bankagooma




######## Abo




######## Banoni
######## Bantawa Rai




######## Bantik




######## Bantuanon




######## Baule




######## Bara




######## Barhamu




######## Barai
######## Barakai




######## Baram Kayan




######## Barama




######## Barambu




######## Baramu




######## Baropasi




######## Baras
######## Southern Barasano




######## Grebo, Barclayville




######## Baadi




######## Barein




######## Mugil




######## Beri




######## Kuku
######## Motilone, Bari




######## Bariai




######## Bariji




######## Barok




######## Barombi




######## Eastern Tunebo




######## Barrow Point
######## Baruga




######## Baruya




######## Barwe




######## Jew, Bijil




######## Bassa, Basaa




######## Basa




######## Rubasa, Abatsa
######## Bassa-Kaduna




######## Basa-Gurmana




######## Basap




######## Bashkardi




######## Bashkir




######## Basketo




######## Basque
######## Basque, Navarro-Labourdin




######## Basque, Souletin




######## Bassa




######## Bassa-Kontagora




######## Bassari




######## Bassossi




######## Bata
######## Bwatiye




######## Ifufao




######## Palawan Batak




######## Alas




######## Kluet




######## Singkil




######## Batak Angkola
######## Batak Dairi




######## Pakpak Batak




######## Batak Karo




######## Batak Mandailing




######## Batak Simalungun




######## Batak Toba




######## Silindung Batak, Batta
######## Batangan




######## Bateq




######## Bateri




######## Batahira




######## Bati, Bush Bati




######## Bati




######## Batsi
######## Batu




######## Batui




######## Watulai




######## Bau




######## Bisingai, Singhi




######## Sarawak Dayak




######## Baushi
######## Bawaria, Sikh




######## Bauro




######## Bauwaki




######## Bauri




######## Austrian, Bavarian




######## Gypsy, Austrian




######## Bawm Chin
######## Mizo, Bawm




######## Mangbele




######## Baygo




######## Bayanga




######## Bayono




######## Bayot




######## Bayungu
######## Beami




######## Beaver




######## Beba




######## Bebe




######## Bebele




######## Bebeli




######## Bebil
######## Beja




######## Bisharin




######## Hadendoa




######## Bedik




######## Bediondo Mbai




######## Bedoanas




######## Beeke
######## Bele




######## Beembe




######## Beezen




######## Biba-Befang




######## Balenque




######## Begbere




######## Bekati
######## Bekworra




######## Bakwele




######## Belait




######## Belanda Dor




######## Viri




######## Byelorussian




######## Belhariya
######## Beli




######## Makarim




######## Beli




######## Kriol, Mulatto




######## Bella Coola




######## Bemba




######## Cishinga
######## Kabende




######## Luapula Lunda




######## Mukulu




######## Ng'umbo




######## Unga




######## Bembe




######## Bena
######## Yungur




######## Benabena




######## Bench




######## Bende




######## Bendi




######## Ngan




######## Benga
######## Aguri




######## Akhandji




######## Angarok




######## Bagdi




######## Bagti




######## Bahelia, Hindu




######## Baidya
######## Baidya, Hindu




######## Bairagi, Hindu




######## Baiti




######## Bajel




######## Bajikar, Hindu




######## Bajikar, Muslim




######## Bania, Banik
######## Bania, Khatri




######## Bania, Subarna Banik




######## Barua




######## Bauri




######## Bedia, Muslim




######## Beg




######## Behara
######## Behera




######## Bengali




######## Bentkar




######## Berua




######## Besua




######## Besya, Hindu




######## Besya, Muslim
######## Bhakat




######## Bhalla




######## Bhaskar




######## Bhin




######## Bhir




######## Bhuinmali




######## Bhumij
######## Bhunar




######## Biswas, Hindu




######## Biswas, Muslim




######## Bitopi




######## Buna 1




######## Buna, Hindu




######## Chain
######## Chasadhobi




######## Chasot




######## Chaudhari




######## Chaura




######## Chitrakar, Muslim




######## Dahiara 1




######## Dahiara, Muslim
######## Dai




######## Dainet




######## Dalu




######## Daphtari




######## Desali




######## Dhanwar




######## Dhawa
######## Dhemaru




######## Diwan




######## Doai




######## Dosadh, Muslim




######## Duari




######## Dulia




######## Gain
######## Ganak




######## Gandpal




######## Gangin




######## Ghazi




######## Ghulam




######## Gudheri




######## Gundi
######## Gura




######## Hadi




######## Halyadas




######## Hawari




######## Hazra 1




######## Hazra, Hindu




######## Indo-Mauritian, Bengali
######## Jamadar




######## Jaraj




######## Jaraj, Hindu




######## Jeoni




######## Jhalo Malo




######## Jharudar




######## Jimdar
######## Jogi, Hindu




######## Josi




######## Jotdar




######## Kaghazi




######## Kaibartta




######## Kakwara




######## Kalu
######## Kanugh




######## Kaora




######## Kapali




######## Kapuria




######## Karadar




######## Karenga




######## Karigar
######## Karmakar




######## Kasai Majhi




######## Kechai




######## Kela, Muslim




######## Khairwar




######## Khambu




######## Khami
######## Kharag




######## Khemcha




######## Khomoi




######## Kichak




######## Kol




######## Kolu




######## Konai
######## Konwar




######## Kori




######## Kotal




######## Kuki, Amre




######## Kuki, Khelma




######## Kunui




######## Kurol
######## Kusiari




######## Lashkar




######## Let




######## Lohait Kuri




######## Madhuapit




######## Mahara




######## Mahishya
######## Mahisyadas




######## Maimal




######## Mairal




######## Mal, Muslim




######## Mallah, Muslim




######## Mandala, Hindu




######## Mandala, Muslim
######## Marma




######## Marua




######## Masalchi




######## Matia




######## Matwali




######## Maulangi




######## Mir
######## Mirzakhani




######## Mishri




######## Mochi, Hindu




######## Mongar




######## Munshi




######## Musahar 1




######## Nagar
######## Nagarchi, Muslim




######## Nagbanshi




######## Namasudra, Hindu




######## Namasudra, Muslim




######## Nekua




######## Nikari, Hindu




######## Nikari, Muslim
######## Paliya




######## Patni, Muslim




######## Patwa, Muslim




######## Peshakar




######## Pod




######## Pundari




######## Raighatwal
######## Rajbansi, Muslim




######## Rajbhar




######## Raju




######## Rakhal




######## Rasua




######## Sabar




######## Samanthan
######## Sankara




######## Sardar, Muslim




######## Sazawal




######## Shaikh




######## Shanan




######## Siyalgir 1




######## Siyalgir, Hindu
######## Sonar, Sikh




######## Sukli




######## Sunri, Hindu




######## Sutradhar, Hindu




######## Sutradhar, Muslim




######## Tanti, Hindu




######## Tanti, Muslim
######## Tarafdar




######## Tili 1




######## Tili, Hindu




######## Tirendaj




######## Tiyar




######## Bengoi




######## Isal
######## Uhei Kachlakin




######## Bentong




######## Benyadu




######## Njadu




######## Bepour




######## Plains Bira




######## Berau
######## Berbice Creole Dutch




######## Berik




######## Bitara




######## Berom




######## Berta




######## Gobato




######## Mah Meri
######## Orang Laut




######## Besme




######## Behoa




######## Betaf




######## Betawi




######## Bette-Bende




######## Eotile
######## Kuruba, Kadu




######## Kapuchin




######## Bhattra




######## Peri




######## Pardhan




######## Bardai




######## Bhar
######## Bhojpuri Bihari




######## Biar, Hindu




######## Biar, Muslim




######## Bind




######## Gandharb, Hindu




######## Gulgulia




######## Kahar
######## Khulant




######## Koiri




######## Bhunjia




######## Biafada




######## Biak




######## Bialaba




######## Burba
######## Marind, Bian




######## Biangai




######## Biao Mien




######## Ao Biao




######## Biao-Jiao Mien




######## Biaomin, Shikou




######## Biatah
######## Bidio




######## Bidyara




######## Bijogo




######## Bierebo




######## Kuki, Biete




######## Mizo, Biete




######## Nambas, Big
######## Biga




######## Bikaru




######## Bikya




######## Forest Bira




######## Bilakura




######## Bandhela




######## Bilaspuri
######## Bilba




######## Bilbil




######## Bile




######## Bilen




######## Kanuri, Bilma




######## Bilua




######## Bilur
######## Bima




######## Dompu




######## Bimin




######## Bimoba




######## Binawa




######## Binahari




######## Ambasi, Tain-Daware
######## Binandere




######## Bine




######## Edo




######## Binji




######## Binongan Itneg




######## Bintauna




######## Bintulu
######## Binukid




######## Binumarien




######## Sisi-Bipi




######## Birao




######## Berguid




######## Birhor




######## Biritai
######## Birri




######## Birwa




######## Buseni




######## Bishuo




######## Bisis




######## Yambiyambi




######## Bislama Creole
######## Vanuatu Melanesian




######## Bisorio




######## Baraca




######## Barka, Southern




######## Busansi




######## Bisu




######## Bit
######## Bitare




######## Paswam




######## Biwat




######## Ake




######## Biyo




######## Enu




######## Biyom
######## Blablanga




######## Tonda




######## Wagumi




######## Belagar




######## Bulang, Blang




######## Bo




######## Bo
######## Boano




######## Bolano




######## Bobongko




######## Bobot




######## Bodo




######## Chothe




######## Mech
######## Bofi




######## Boga




######## Pogaya




######## Boghom




######## Koguru




######## Bohtan




######## Boikin
######## Busa-Boko




######## Boko




######## Bokobaru




######## Bokoto




######## Bokyi




######## Bola




######## Karua
######## Karua, Xarua




######## Atingola




######## Bulango




######## Bolewa




######## Bolgo Durag




######## Bulia




######## Sambal, Bolinao
######## Bolo




######## Boloki




######## Bolon




######## Qixingmin




######## Bolondo




######## Bolongan




######## Bom
######## Boma Kasai




######## Bombongo




######## Boba




######## Bomitaba




######## Bwa, Red Bobo




######## Bomwali




######## Bon Gula
######## Bonan




######## Bonan, Tongren




######## Bondei




######## Bondo Poroja




######## Kulango, Bondoukou




######## Dogon, Bondum Dom




######## Bonerate
######## Bonerif




######## Bonggi




######## Bonggo




######## Bongili




######## Bongo




######## Bongu




######## Bonjo
######## Bonkeng




######## Bonkiman




######## Bontoc, Central




######## Baokan




######## Tungara




######## Boon




######## Boor
######## Bora




######## Ajuran




######## Arsi




######## Borana




######## Gabbra




######## Gibe




######## Guji
######## Kereyu




######## Sakuye




######## Selale




######## Kuna, Paya-Pucuro




######## Gamei




######## Fulfulde




######## Borna
######## Amuru




######## Boro




######## Guba




######## Shinasha




######## Wambera




######## Kosorong




######## Bororo
######## Burunca




######## Mabo-Barkul




######## Bosilewa




######## Bosngun




######## Bosniak




######## Bote-Majhi




######## Boti
######## Botlikh




######## Negrito, Aeta




######## Kulango, Bouna




######## Tembogia




######## Bouyei




######## Giay




######## Puyi
######## Buzaba




######## Alauagat




######## Yauan




######## Brahui




######## Jharawan




######## Sarawan




######## Balahar, Hindu
######## Bargi




######## Karen, Brek




######## Bunabun




######## Breri




######## Breton




######## Bribri




######## Brokkat
######## Brokpa




######## Dokhpa




######## Brooke's Point Palawano




######## Brunei




######## Kedayan, Orang Bukit




######## Bisaya




######## Bisaya, Brunei
######## Tutong




######## Jidda-Abu




######## Bua




######## Chin, Bualkhaw




######## Bwamu




######## Bube




######## Pove
######## Bobe




######## Stieng, Budeh




######## Budibud




######## Budong-Budong




######## Budu




######## Budug




######## Buduma
######## Buja




######## Bugan




######## Bukawa




######## Lae




######## Bugoto




######## Bugis




######## Buglere
######## Bogum




######## Buhid




######## Bohutu




######## Bukar Sadong




######## Bukat




######## Jew, Bukharic Speaking




######## Malay, Bukit
######## North Moluccan Malay




######## Beketan




######## Mountain Arapesh




######## Bukusu




######## Tachoni




######## Bukwun




######## Bulgar
######## Jew, Bulgarian Speaking




######## Palityan, Bogomil




######## Pomak




######## Romany, Bulgarian




######## Bulgebi




######## Bulisa




######## Buli
######## Bullom




######## Stieng, Bulo




######## Bulu Fang




######## Bulu




######## Bum




######## Bumaji




######## Bumbita Arapesh
######## Bumthangpa




######## Bun




######## Buna




######## Bunaba




######## Bunak




######## Bunama




######## Baonuo
######## Bunu




######## Bunuo




######## Changpao




######## Dongnu




######## Numao




######## Nunu




######## Baraua
######## Berar




######## Bondili




######## Dahait




######## Bung




######## Bungain




######## Bungku




######## Wungu
######## Dogon, Bunoge




######## Bunun




######## Buol




######## Burak




######## Buraka




######## Bura




######## Burera
######## Burate




######## Burduna




######## Bure




######## Burji




######## Burmbar




######## Burmese




         Han Chinese, Burmese-
######## Speaking
######## Sino-Burmese




######## Yaw




######## Taurap




######## Buru




######## Buru




######## Burui




######## Arimtap
######## Burum




######## Mindik, Yaknge




######## Burun




######## Cai




######## Burungi




######## Burushas, Nagroshi




######## Burusho
######## Burusu




######## Asienara, Buruwai




######## Busa-Bisa




######## Busam




######## Busami




######## Kayan, Busang




######## Antalaotra
######## Bushi




######## Makoa




######## Mikea




######## Sakalava




######## Vezo




######## Bushoong




######## Lungendi
######## Buso




######## Busoa




######## Bussa




######## Dobase




######## Butbut Kalinga




######## Butmas-Tur




######## Butuanon
######## Buwal




######## Buya




######## Buyi




######## Jino, Buyuan




######## Bwa




######## Bwaidoga




######## Tubetube
######## Bwatoo, Voh-Kone




######## Karen, Bghai




######## Buela




######## Bwile




######## Mbwisi




######## Byangsi




######## North Makaa
######## Caac




######## Chirripo




######## Cabiyari




######## Mixteco, Cacaloxtepec




######## Cacgia Roglai




######## Cacua




######## Caddo
######## Cafundo Creole




######## Cahuarano




######## Cahuilla




######## Quechua, Cajamarca




         Quechua, North Lima
######## Cajatambo




######## Zapoteco, Cajonos




######## Cajun
######## Cala




         Cakchiquel-Quiche Mixed
######## Language Speakers




######## Cakfem-Mushere




######## Kalamian Tagbanwa




######## Quichua, Highland, Calderon




######## Gypsy, Spanish, Gitano




######## Romany, Calo
######## Caluyanhon




######## Mambila, Cameroon




######## Cameroonian Creole




######## Togolese Creole




######## Chamlinge Rai




######## Campalagian




######## Campidanese Sardinian
######## Tempiese Sardinian, Sard




######## Camsa




######## Quichua, Highland, Canar




######## Candoshi




######## Canela




######## Ramkokamekra




######## Canichana
######## Cao Lan




######## Mjuniang




######## Capanahua




######## Capisano




######## Caquinte




######## Cara




######## Carabayo
######## Karapana




######## Caribbean East Indian




######## Sarnami Hindi




######## Surinam Javanese




######## Carijona




######## Carolinian




######## Romany, Carpathian
######## Carrier




######## Cashibo




######## Kaxinawa




######## Casiguran Dumagat




######## Kabaloan Dumagat




######## Asmat, Casuarina Coast




######## Catalonian
######## Valencian




######## Catawba




######## Cavinena




######## Cayuga




######## Kulele




######## Senufo, Cebaara




######## Visayan
######## Camuhi




######## Cen




######## Asmat, Central




######## Bedouin, Chaamba




######## Bedouin, Dui-Menia




######## Bedouin, Ruarha




######## Bedouin, Suafa
######## Berber, Atta




######## Berber, Figig




######## Berber, Menasser




######## Berber, Warain




######## Berber, Zekara




######## Imazighen




######## Nail Bedouin
######## Awyu, Central




######## Aymara, Carangas




######## Aymara, Central




######## Bai




######## Bei




######## Berawan, Central




######## Albay Bicolano
######## Central Bikol




######## Central Cagayan Dumagat




######## Bundu Dusun, Kadazan




######## Dusun, Central




######## Dusun-Murut




######## Kuala Monsok Dusun




######## Sungai Dusun, Kadazan
######## Tudan Dusun, Kadazan




######## Grebo, Globo




######## Zhuang, Central Hongshuihe




######## Nahuatl, Central Huasteca




######## Miao, Huishui Central




######## Kanuri, Yerwa




######## Khmer, Central
######## Kurd, Central




######## Kurd, Turkish




######## Central Maewo




######## Bengkulu




######## Enim




######## Lahat




######## Lintang
######## Ogan




######## Pasemah




######## Rambang Senuli




######## Semendo




######## Serawai




######## Miao, Mashan Central




######## Mazahua Central
######## Melanau




######## Central Mnong




######## Nahuatl, Central




######## Nicobarese




######## Ojibwa, Central




######## Central Ryukyuan




######## Okinawan
######## Central Palawano




######## Tau't Batu




######## Pame Central




######## Afghan Pawinda




######## Pashtun, Central




######## Turi, Muslim




######## Nahuatl, Puebla Central
######## Central Sama




######## Sama, Badjao




######## St Lawrence Island Eskimo




######## Subanen, Central




######## Central Tagbanwa




######## Tarahumara, Central




######## Central Tunebo
######## Eskimo, West Alaskan




######## Fulani, Sokoto




######## Centuum




######## Gouin




######## Quechua, Chachapoyas




######## Chachilla




######## Chacobo
######## Mahamid, Baggara




######## Massalat




######## Mimi




######## Shuwa




######## Chak




######## Chakali




######## Chakma
######## Chala




######## Alqosh




######## Chaldean




######## Chali




######## Chamacoco




######## Chamalin




######## Karim-Maudi
######## Meghwar




######## Bansi




######## Chambri




######## Chamicura




######## Chamorro




######## Chane




######## Chang
######## Changriwa




######## Chantyal




######## Chara




######## Chaudangsi




######## Chaungtha




######## Chabakano Creole




######## Chayahuita
######## Mixteco, Chayuco




######## Mixteco, Chazumba




######## Bache




######## Rukuba




######## Chechen




######## Maringe, Cheke Holo




######## Chenapian
######## Chenoua




######## Chepang




######## Cherepon




######## Cherokee




######## Chewong




######## Cheyenne




######## Agaria, Hindu
######## Audhelia




######## Bargah




######## Basushabar




######## Bhaina




######## Bharewa




######## Bhulia




######## Chitara
######## Daharia




######## Dewar




######## Kairkari




######## Kalahandi




######## Mowar




######## Munnewar




######## Pando
######## Pao




######## Parhaiya




######## Saonta




######## Solaha




######## Chhintang




######## Chhulung




######## Chiapaneco
######## Trique, Chicahuaxtla




######## Zapoteco, Chichicapan




######## Chichimeca-Jonaz




######## Chikasaw




######## Chiga




######## Mixteco, Chigmacatitlan




######## Chilcotin
######## Chilisso




######## Chinanteco, Chiltepec




######## Zoque, Chimalapa




         Quicha, Highland,
######## Chimborazo




######## Chimila




######## Buriat, China




######## Chindwin Chin
######## Quechua, Chincha




######## Chinook Wawa




######## Chipaya




######## Chipewyan




######## Chippewa




######## Quechua, Ancash, Chiquian




######## Mazateco, Chiquihuitlan
######## Chiquitano




######## Chiripa




######## Chiru




######## Chittagonian




######## Tharu, Chitwan




######## Zapoteco, Choapan




######## Matpa
######## Chochoteco




######## Choctaw




######## Chaudhari, Chodri




######## Chakhesang




######## Chokwe




######## Chol, Tila




######## Chol, Tumbala
######## Chong




######## Tibetan, Jone




######## Chonyi




######## Chopi




######## Chorti




######## Chrau




######## Chru
######## Ga Mong




######## Hmong Be




######## Hmong Bua




######## Hmong Dlex Nchab




######## Hmong Dou




######## Hua Miao




######## Miao, Changshu
######## Striped Meo, Lao-Soung




######## Chuave




######## Chugpa Monpa




######## Chuj, San Mateo Ixtatan




######## Chuj, San Sebastian Coatan




######## Chuka




######## Chukchi
######## Chukwa




######## Chulym Tatar




######## Nchumburu




######## Yeji




######## May




######## Ruc




######## Sach
######## Trukese




######## Chuvash




######## Chwabo




######## Ci-Gbe




######## Cia-Cia




######## Kyibaku




######## Achipawa, Western
######## Cimbrian




######## Kamuku




######## Ucinda




######## Cineni




######## Cinta Larga




######## Chishingyini




######## Citak Asmat
######## Tsagu




######## Clallam




######## Moromiranga




######## Lela




######## Coastal Kadazan




######## Konjo Pesisir




######## Konjo, Coastal
######## Zapoteco, Coatecas Atlas




######## Nahuatl, Coatepec




######## Mixe, Coatlan




######## Zapoteco, Coatlan




######## Mixteco, Coatzospan




######## Cocamilla




######## Kokama
######## Cocopa




######## Cocos Islander, Kukus




######## Cocos Islands Malay




######## Coeur d'Alene




######## Cofan




######## Cogui




######## Lembak
######## Lembak Delapan




######## Sindang Kelingi




######## German Colonia Tovar




######## Colorado




######## Columbia-Wenatchi




######## Chinanteco, Comaltepec




######## Comanche
######## Como Karim




######## Comox




######## Con




######## Lualaba




######## Zaire Swahili




######## Coong




######## Coos
######## Zoque, Copainala




######## Trique, Copala




######## Cori




######## Cornish




######## Quechua, Ancash, Corongo




######## Corsican




######## Cotabato Manobo
######## Manobo, Blit




######## Cowlitz




######## Popoloca, Coyotepec




######## Totonaca, Coyutla




######## Muskogee




######## Crimean Tatar




######## Croat
######## Mbembe, Cross-River




######## Crow




######## Cua




######## Cubeo




######## Kobewa




######## Cuiba




######## Kulina
######## Cun




######## Cung




######## Cupeno




######## Kuripako




######## Pato Tapuia




######## Quechua, Cuzco




######## Gujarati Creole
######## Cuvok




######## Mixteco, Cuyamecalco




######## Cuyonon




######## Bwamu, Twi




######## Czech




######## Jew, Czech Speaking




######## Kaili Unde
######## Daai Chin




######## Lantanai




######## Reshiat




######## Daba




######## Dabarre




######## Dabe




######## Daribi
######## Dadiya




######## Daga




######## Dagaari Dioula, Wala




######## Dagba




######## Dagbamba




######## Nanumba




######## Masakin
######## Dahalo




######## Daho-Doo




######## Dai




######## Tulao




######## Zhuang, Dai




######## Dair




######## Baiap
######## Dakka




######## Dakota




######## Dakpakha




######## Bete, Daloa




######## Dama




######## Damal




######## Dambi
######## Damel




######## Dampal




######## Dampelasa




######## Dan




######## Danaru




######## Danau




######## Dangaleat
######## Karbo




######## Tharu, Dang




######## Tharu, Deokri




######## Danish




         Greenlanders, Danish-
######## Speaking




######## Jew, Danish Speaking




######## Asaro
######## Dao




######## Daonda




######## Daju, Dar Daju




######## Daju, Dar Fur




######## Daju, Dar Sila




######## Darai




######## Darghinian
######## Afghan, generic




######## Darwazi




######## Farsiwan




######## Kurd, Iranian




######## Persian, Dari




######## Qizilbash




######## Tangshuri
######## Darling




######## Darlong




######## Darmiya




######## Daro-Matu




######## Dass




######## Datooga




######## Bogol
######## Daur




######## Davaweno




######## Daw




######## Dawawa




######## Davelor




######## Dawro




######## Dai
######## Dayi




######## Bulgeda




######## Daza




######## Kreda




######## Dedua




######## Defaka




######## Gbe, Defi
######## Deg




######## Dhekaru




######## Degema




######## Degenan




######## Degexit'an




######## Lifuan




######## Dek
######## Dela-Oenale




######## Ntrubo




######## Dem




######## Dema




######## Demisa




######## Demta




######## Dendi
######## Dendi




######## Ndengese




######## Dengka




######## Deni




######## Deno




######## Anyang




######## Deori
######## Kachari, Dimasa




######## Kamberataro




######## Dera




######## Gasi




######## Desano




######## Dewoin




######## Dezfuli
######## Dghwede




######## Dhaiso




######## Dhalandji




######## Dhangu




######## Wangurri




######## Dhanka




######## Danuwar Rai
######## Ndaonese




######## Dhargari




######## Dhatki Marwari




######## Dhimal




######## Divehi




######## Maldivian




######## Dhofari, Zofari
######## Dhankia




######## Dhuwaya




######## Dia




######## Dibabawon Manobo




######## Karaga Mandaya




######## Pikiwa




######## Dibo
######## Babole




######## Di'dinga




######## Didoi




######## Deng, Darang




######## Digaru




######## Digo




######## Dii
######## Phaani




######## Cham-Mwana, Dijim




######## Debri, Wei




######## Delen




######## Jimajima




######## Barman




######## Hojai
######## Dimbong




######## Dime




######## Dimir




######## Kurd, Dimili




######## Dzing




######## Dirari




######## Gidole
######## Dirya




######## Gciriku




######## Dirim




######## Disa




######## Ditamari




######## Somba




######## Tamberma
######## Diuwe




######## Mixteco, Diuxi-Tilantongo




######## Dixon Reef




######## Maji




######## Djambarrapuyngu




######## Djambarrpuynqu




######## Djamindjung
######## Djangun




######## Djauan




######## Djawi




######## Djeebbana




######## Senufo, Djimini




######## Djinang




######## Djinba
######## Djingili




######## Djiwarli




######## Dobel




######## Dobu




######## Doe




######## Doga




######## Dogoro
######## Dogose, Doghosie




######## Dogoso




######## Barwala, Muslim




######## Batwal, Hindu




######## Charji




######## Cheintz




######## Chibali
######## Dhaogri




######## Dhiar




######## Dogra, Hindu




######## Dosali




######## Gardi, Hindu




######## Kumhiar, Hindu




######## Saryara, Hindu
######## Dogrib




######## Dogon, Dogul Dom




######## Doka




######## Doko-Uyanga




######## Dolgan




######## Dolpa Tibetan




######## Dom
######## Dumaki




######## Domari




######## Halebi




######## Dombe




######## Domu




######## Domung




######## Gabutamon
######## Dondo




######## Dong




######## Dongo




######## Dongotono




######## Dongxiang




######## Dogon, Donno So




######## Doondo
######## Dorio




######## Doromu




######## Dorze




######## Doso




######## Taori-So




######## Dowayayo




######## Tulung
######## Duala




######## Duano




######## Duau




######## Dubu




######## Duduela




######## Dugun




######## Sari
######## Duguri




######## Dugwor




######## Karfa




######## Duke




######## Dulbu




######## Duli




######## Duma
######## Dubea




######## Dumpas




######## Watiwa




######## Dumun




######## Duna




######## Dungan




######## Athpare Rai
######## Dungi




######## Agta, Dupaninan




######## Eastern Cagayan Dumagat




######## Nahuatl, Durango




######## Duri




######## Duriankere




######## Duruma
######## Jhodia




######## Dusner




######## Dusun Deyah




######## Dusun Malang




######## Dusun Witu




######## Antilles Dutch-Speaking




######## Belgians, Dutch-Speaking
######## Dutch




######## French, Dutch-Speaking




######## Jew, Dutch




######## Romany, Dutch




######## Surinamese, Dutch-Speaking




######## Samogho, Duun




######## Duupa
######## Duvele




######## Duwai




######## Guwet




######## Nchumunu




######## Dyaabugay




######## Dyaberdyaber




######## Dyan
######## Dyangadi




######## Dyirbal




######## Dyugun




######## Janjo




######## Dzalakha




######## Dzando




######## Zaomin
######## Adere




######## Birgid




######## Drukpa




######## Ngalung




######## Duun




######## Dzuun




######## E
######## Han Chinese, Pinghua




######## Ambae, East




######## Berawan, East




######## Damar, East




######## East Futunan




######## East Kewa




######## Limba, East
######## Makian Timur




######## Masela, East




######## Nyala, East




######## Tarangan, East




######## Yugur, Enger




######## Achipawa, Eastern




######## Quechua, Apurimac
######## Aranda, Eastern




######## Baluchi, Eastern




######## Darzada




######## Deghwari




######## Lori




######## Nakib




######## Sorozai
######## Guarani, Eastern Bolivian




######## Eastern Bru




######## Kanay




######## Mangkong




######## So Tri




######## Western Bru




######## Cakchiquel, Eastern
######## Inuit, Eastern Canadian




######## Cham, Eastern




######## Baharia




######## Bedouin, Levantine




######## Bedouin, Negev




######## Eastern Frisian




######## Eastern Gorkha, Tamang
######## Eastern Gurung




######## Chatino, Sierra Oriental




######## Otomi, Sierra Oriental




######## Zhuang, Eastern Hongshuihe




######## Nahuatl, Huasteca Este




######## Miao, Huishui Eastern




######## Jacalteco, Eastern
######## Jacalteco, Western




######## Popti




######## Karaboro, Eastern




######## Kantu




######## Katu




######## Kayah, Eastern




######## Eastern Keres Pueblo
######## Krahn, Tchien




######## Eastern/Northern Lawa




######## Lawa




######## Magar, Eastern




######## Maninka, Eastern




######## Mori




######## Wasulu
######## Mari, Low




######## Eastern Meohang




######## Eastern Mnong




######## Ngada, Eastern




######## A Che




######## Alu




######## Azong
######## Boka




######## Chesu




######## Laowu




######## Lesu




######## Muji




######## Nasu, Southern




######## Nisu, Jianshui
######## Nisu, Xinping




######## Nisu, Yuanyang




######## Nosu, Xiaoliangshan




######## Poluo




######## Xiuba




######## Yi, Yunnan




######## Ojibwa, Eastern
######## Ittu




######## Ahmadi




######## Arain, Muslim




######## Arain, Sikh




######## Arora, Muslim




######## Arora, Sikh




######## Assamese Sikh
######## Awan, Christian




######## Awan, Hindu




######## Awan, Muslim




######## Awan, Sikh




######## Bagdi, Sikh




######## Banjara, Sikh




######## Barwala, Sikh
######## Batwal, Sikh




######## Bawaria, Muslim




######## Bazigar, Sikh




######## Bhabra, Muslim




######## Bhabra, Sikh




######## Bhat, Sikh




######## Bhatia, Sikh
######## Bhattiana




######## Bhujru




######## Bodla




######## Botehra




######## Brahman, Sikh




######## Brittal Bania




######## Bunjahi
######## Chamar, Sikh




######## Charg




######## Chhimba, Sikh




######## Chhipa, Sikh




######## Chuhra




######## Dagi, Sikh




######## Darzi, Sikh
######## Daule, Hindu




######## Daule, Sikh




######## Dhobi, Sikh




######## Dom, Sikh




######## Gagra




######## Gagrita




######## Gandhila
######## Gardi, Muslim




######## Ghirath, Sikh




######## Gujar, Sikh




######## Indo-Mauritian, Panjabi




######## Jat, Sikh




######## Jhinwar, Muslim




######## Kamboh, Muslim
######## Kamboh, Sikh




######## Khatbune




######## Khatgune




######## Khatri, Sikh




######## Kir Nungar




######## Kulait




######## Kumhar, Sikh
######## Labana, Hindu




######## Labana, Sikh




######## Lohar, Sikh




######## Mahapatra




######## Mahtam, Hindu




######## Mahtam, Sikh




######## Makrani, Sikh
######## Mali, Sikh




######## Marija




######## Mazhabi




######## Megh, Sikh




######## Meun




######## Mirasi, Hindu




######## Mirasi, Sikh
######## Mochi, Sikh




######## Mussali




######## Nai, Christian




######## Nungar




######## Perna, Muslim




######## Punjabi, Eastern




######## Rachband
######## Rajput, Sikh




######## Ramdasia, Sikh




######## Ramgarhia




######## Rangrez, Sikh




######## Rusiwatt




######## Sanhal




######## Sansi Bhil
######## Sansoi




######## Sarera, Hindu




######## Sarera, Sikh




######## Sathar




######## Shorgar, Hindu




######## Sikligar, Sikh




######## Sirkiband
######## Sudh, Hindu




######## Sudh, Muslim




######## Tarkhan Bharai




######## Tarkhan, Muslim




######## Tarkhan, Sikh




######## Teli, Sikh




######## Ulema, Hindu
######## Ulema, Muslim




######## Ulema, Sikh




######## Nisi Kham




######## Penan, Eastern




######## Hmu, Eastern




######## Tamang, Eastern




######## Tawbuid, Eastern
######## Hmong, Eastern Xiangxi




######## Gbe, Eastern Xwla




######## Jew, Yiddish, Eastern




######## Igbirra




######## Kyama




######## Ebughu




######## Cabe
######## Ica




######## Idaca




######## Ije




######## Siagha-Yenimu




######## Etoro




######## Dou, Edopi




######## Efai
######## Efe




######## Efik




######## Efutop




######## Ega




######## Eggon




######## Arab, Egyptian




######## Egyptian Copt
######## Jew, Egyptian Speaking




######## Kurd, Iraqi




######## Ehueun




######## Eipomek




######## Eitiep




######## Ejagham




######## Felup
######## Ekajuk




######## Ekagi




######## Eki




######## Eket




######## Ekpeye




######## Zapoteco, El Alto




######## El Hugeirat
######## Cora




######## Cora, Santa Teresa




######## Eleme




######## Elepi




######## Belip




######## Elkei




######## Zapoteco, Elotepec
######## Eloyi




######## Elpaputi




######## Morwap




######## Elu




######## Buyang E'ma




######## Emae




######## Emai
######## Eman




######## Embaloh




######## Baudo




######## Catio




######## Chami




######## Tado




######## Embu
######## Emerilon




######## Emilian




######## Emok




######## Emplawas




######## Emumu




######## En




######## Panare
######## Enawenê-Nawê




######## Ende




######## Enga




######## Engenni




######## Engganese




######## African American




         American Samoans, English-
######## Speaking
######## American, English-Speaking




######## Anglo-Australian




######## Anglo-Bengali




######## Anglo-Canadian




######## Anglo-New Zealander




######## Anglo-Saxon, English




######## Antilles English-Speaking
######## Bahamian




######## Barbadians




######## Belize, English-Speaking




######## Bermudans




######## Biri




######## Black Creole




         Botswanans, English-
######## Speaking
######## British




         British Virgin Islanders,
######## English-Speaking




######## Brunei, English-Speaking




         Cameroonian, English-
######## Speaking




######## Caucasian American




######## Caymanian




######## Chetco
######## Chitimacha




######## Chumash




         Cook Islanders, English-
######## Speaking




######## Detribalized Aborigine




######## Dominican, English-Speaking




######## Eskimo Creole




######## Ethiopians, English-Speaking
######## European, generic




######## Eyak




######## Falkland Islander




######## Fijians, English-Speaking




######## Gambian, English-Speaking




######## Ghanaian




######## Gibraltan, English-Speaking
         Gibraltan, Portuguese-
######## Speaking




######## Grenadian, English-Speaking




######## Guam, English-Speaking




######## Guyanese, English-Speaking




######## Gypsy, Irish




######## Han




         Han Chinese, English-
######## Speaking
         Hondurans, English-
######## Speaking




######## Houma, Half-Choctaw




######## Indian, English-speaking




         Indian, Muslim, South
######## African




######## Iowa




######## Irish, English Speaking




######## Israeli, English-Speaking
######## Jamaican Mulatto




######## Jew




######## Jew, American




######## Jew, Black




######## Kato




######## Kawaiisu




######## Kiribatian British
######## Kititians, English-Speaking




######## Kitsai




         Kittitians, Creole English-
######## Speaking




######## Klamath-Modoc




######## Lower Chinook




######## Lumbee




         Malaysians, English-
######## Speaking
######## Maltese, English-Speaking




######## Mandan




######## Miami




         Micronesians, English-
######## Speaking




######## Midway Islanders




######## Miwok




         Mohegan-Montauk-
######## Narragansett
         Montserrat, English-
######## Speaking




######## Moravian Christian




######## Namibians, English-Speaking




######## Nanticoke




######## Nauruans, English-Speaking




######## Nigerians, English-Speaking




######## Nisenan
######## Nooksack




######## Noongar




######## Norfolker




######## Northeast Maidu




######## Osage




######## Oto




######## Pacific Islanders, generic
######## Palauan, English-Speaking




         Papua New Guineans,
######## English-Speaking




######## Pawnee




######## Philipinos, English-Speaking




######## Pitcairner




######## Polynesian, French Speaking




######## Pomo
######## Powhatan




         Puerto Ricans, English-
######## Speaking




######## Quileute




######## Quinault




######## Romany, English




######## Samana English




######## Samoan, English Speaking
######## Scots, Lowland




######## Scottish, British




######## Serrano




         Seychelians, English-
######## Speaking




######## Shasta




######## Siuslaw




######## Snohomish
         Solomon Islanders, English-
######## Speaking




######## Sothoans, English-Speaking




         South African, English-
######## Speaking




######## Southwest Aborigine Creol




         Sri Lankans, English-
######## Speaking




######## St. Helena




######## St. Lucian, English-Speaking
######## St. Pierre, English-Speaking




######## Swazi, English-Speaking




######## Tanzanian, English-Speaking




######## Tolowa




######## Tongan, English-Speaking




######## Tonkawa




         Trinidadian, English-
######## Speaking
######## Tubatulabal




         Tukelauans, English-
######## Speaking




######## Tunica




######## Tuscarora




######## Twana




######## Ulster Irish




         Vanuatuan, English-
######## Speaking
######## Vincentian, English-Speaking




         Virgin Islanders, English-
######## Speaking




######## Wappo




######## Washo




######## West Indian Black




######## Wichita




######## Wintu
######## Wiyot




######## Wyandot




######## Yuchi




######## Yuki




######## Yurok




######## Zambians, English-Speaking




######## Zimbabwe, English-Speaking
######## Enrekang




######## Pattinjo




######## Enwang




######## Enwan




######## Genya




######## Saija




######## Epie
######## South Kewa




######## Ere




######## Nane




######## Baburiwa




######## Erokwanas




######## Erre




######## Ersu
######## Luzu




######## Menia




######## Eruwa




######## Mordvin-Erzya




######## Esan




######## Managalasi




######## Ese Ejja
######## Eshtehardi




######## Age




######## Otomi, Estado de Mexico




######## Estonian




######## Tartu




######## Etebi




######## Aten
######## Kwakwi




######## Icen




######## Eton




######## Eton




######## Etulo




######## Evand




######## Evenk
######## Ewenki, Solon




######## Ewenki, Tungus




######## Mongol, Khamnigan




######## Ewage-Notu




######## Ewe




######## Bafeuk




######## Beti
######## Bulu-Ewondo Creole




######## Ewondo




######## Extremaduran




######## Fa D'ambu




######## Fagani




######## Southern Atta




######## Faita
######## Faiwol




######## Fala




######## Chin, Falam




######## Zanniat Chin




######## Fali




######## Vimtim, Fali of Mubi




######## Vin
######## Fam




######## Fanagolo




######## Fang




######## Fang




######## Fanya




######## Frafra




######## Nabra
######## Faeroe Islander




######## Bembi




######## Fas




######## Fasu




######## Fataleka




######## Dagoda




######## Fayu
######## Bamileke Fefe




######## Agala




######## Fernandino Creole




######## Kaligi




######## Brahman Muslim




######## Fijian Hindi




######## Central Vanua Levu
######## Fijian




######## Kadavu, Tavuki




######## Northeast Vanua Levu




######## Northeast Viti Levu




######## Southeast Vanua Levu




         Totonaca, Filomeno Mata-
######## Coahuitlan




######## Eastern/Southern Bontoc
######## Finnish




######## Jew, Finnish Speaking




######## Romany, Finnish




######## Finungwan




######## Fipa




######## Firan, Izarek




######## Fiwaga
######## Flinders Island




######## Foau




######## Foi




######## Foia Foia




######## Podopa




######## Foma




######## Fon
######## Fongoro




######## Foodo




######## Forak




######## Fordat




######## North-Central Fore




######## South Fore, Pamusa




######## Yenisei Samoyedic
######## Maninka, Forest




######## Fortsenal




######## Zoque, Francisco Leon




######## Abnaki-Penobscot




######## Acadian




######## Andorran, French-Speaking




######## Belgians, French-Speaking
######## Benin, French-Speaking




######## British, French-Speaking




         Burkino Fasoans, French-
######## Speaking




######## Burundi, French-Speaking




######## Chadian, French-Speaking




######## Comorian, French-Speaking




######## Congolese, French-Speaking
######## Euronesian




######## Franco-Mauritian




######## Franco-Swiss




######## French




######## French, Tunisian




######## French-Canadian




######## French-Icelandic Creole
######## Gabon, French-Speaking




######## Guadeloupe, Mestizo




######## Guinean




######## Guyanese, French-Speaking




######## Gypsy, French




######## Indo French




######## Italian, French-Speaking
######## Ivorians, French-Speaking




######## Jew, French




         Luxemberger, French-
######## Speaking




         Madagascar, French-
######## Speaking




######## Malian, French-Speaking




         Martinique, French-
######## Speaking




         Mauritanian, French-
######## Speaking
######## Mayotte, French-Speaking




######## Monaco, French Speaking




######## New Caledonian




######## New Caledonian French




######## Niger, French-Speaking




######## Norman




######## Picard
         Reunionese, French-
######## Speaking




######## Seychelles, French Speaking




######## St. Pierre, French-Speaking




######## Togolese




######## Vanuatuan, French Speaking




######## Wallisians, French-Speaking




######## Walloon
######## Friulian




######## Fuliro




######## Fuhio




######## Ura, Ula




######## Fur




######## Furu




######## West Futunan
######## Fuyuge




######## Fwai




######## Fwe




######## Fyam




######## Fyer




######## Adangbe




######## Ga
######## Krobo




######## Tiba




######## Tabi, Ingessana




######## Ga'anda, Mokar




######## Chiri




######## Dormo




######## Gabri
######## Ga'dang




######## Gadang




######## Gaddang




######## Sipi




######## Gade




######## Gadjerong




######## Gadsup
######## Gagadu




######## Gagauzi Turk




######## Bete, Gagnoa




######## Gagu




######## Bunan




######## Gaikunti




######## Gaina
######## Gal




######## Galambi




######## Galela




######## Galeya




######## Carib




######## Carib, Galibi do Oiapoque




######## Tabare
######## Galician




######## Galoli




######## Gamale Kham




######## Gambera




######## Kamilaroi




######## Gamit




######## Gamkonora
######## Gamo




######## Han Chinese, Gan




######## Dusun, Keningau




######## Ganang




######## Ganda




######## Gane




######## Ganggalida
######## Ganglau




######## Gangte




######## Gante




######## Gants




######## Ganza




######## Banziri Pygmy




######## Gao
######## Paiwa




######## Garawa




######## Anwal




######## Bajgi




######## Black Carib




######## Garo




######## Tangsa Naga
######## Garre




######## Garus




######## Didayi




######## Gavar




######## Gaviao do Rondonia




######## Zoró




######## Gawar-Bati
######## Nuristani




######## Dihina




######## Gawwada




######## Gergere




######## Gobeze




######## Gollango




######## Gorose
######## Harso




######## Gayil




######## Gayo




######## Gazi




######## Gbagyi




######## Gbanu




######## Gbanziri
######## Gbari Gayegi




######## West Gbari




######## Gbati-Ri




######## Banu




######## Kresh




######## Gbaya-Bossangoa




######## Gbaya-Bouzum
######## Dooka




######## Gbaya-Mbodomo




######## Gbayi




######## Gbessi




######## Gbii




######## Gure-Kahugu




######## Grebo, Gboloo
######## Ge




######## Karen, Geba




######## Gebe




######## Graged




######## Gedeo




######## Geji




######## Karen, Geko
######## Gela




######## A'ou




######## Duoluo




######## Gao, Gelao




######## Gelao




######## Hagei




######## Geme
######## Mina, Ge




######## Gende




######## Gengle




######## Adzhar




######## Georgian




######## Ingiloy




######## Gera
######## Austrian, German-Speaking




######## Belgians, German-Speaking




######## Bolivians, German-Speaking




######## Danes, German-Speaking




######## Erzgebirgish




######## German




######## Gypsy, German
######## Gypsy, Swiss




         Han Chinese, German-
######## Speaking




######## Italian, German-Speaking




######## Jew, German




         Luxemburger, German-
######## Speaking




         Paraguayan, German-
######## Speaking




######## Polish, German-Speaking
         Romanian, German-
######## Speaking




######## Saxon, Transylvanian




######## Saxon, Upper




######## Slovene, German




######## Sorb




         Swiss, Standard German
######## Speaking




######## Geruma
######## Geser-Gorom




######## Kelimuri




######## Ghadames




######## Ghanongga




######## Kumbokota




######## Ghari




######## Vaturanga, Ndi
######## Boanaki




######## Albanian, Gheg




######## Ghera




######## Godoberi




######## Bamileke-Bamenjou




         Bamileke-Bandjoun,
######## Ghomala'




######## Ghotuo
######## Arabized Ghulfan




######## Ghulfan




######## Giangan Bagobo




######## Gibanawa




######## Gidar




######## Kirifi




######## Akyode
######## Galeshi




######## Gilaki




######## Rashti




######## Kiribertese




######## Gilima




######## Gilyak




######## Gimi
######## Loko




######## Gimma




######## Gimme




######## Gimnime




######## Ginuman




######## Anyanga




######## Girawa
######## Tonga




######## Kelana




######## Gitxsan




######## Giyug




######## Gizra




######## Glaro-Twabo




######## Glavda
######## Glio




######## Gnau




######## Bhavit




######## Ghadi




######## Goan




######## Indo-Mauritian, Goan




######## Sudra
######## Sunri, Muslim




######## Thovoi




######## Goaria




######## Gobasi




######## Gobu




######## Godie




######## Goemai
######## Gofa




######## Gogo




######## Gogodala




######## Gokana




######## Gola




######## Golin




######## Mian, Bush People
######## Gonedauan




######## Gongduk




######## Gonja




######## Gunian




######## Gor




######## Kachera, Hindu




######## Gorakor
######## Yanta, Towangara




######## Gorap




######## Gorontalo




######## Kwandang




######## Limboto




######## Gorova




######## Goroa
######## Goundo




######## Gurma




######## Gabare




######## Gozarkhani




######## Grangali




######## Grass Koiari




######## Gelao, Green
######## Afro-Grenadian




######## Gresi




######## Groma




######## Gronings




######## Yokuts




######## Fall Indian




######## Anum-Boso
######## Antillean




         Guadeloupean Creole
######## French




######## Guajibo




######## Rio Tomo Guajibo




######## Guaja




######## Guajajara




######## Guambiano
######## Guana




######## Guanano




######## Jiarong, Guanyingqiao




######## Jiarong, Sidabao




######## Guarayu




######## Guarequena




######## Guato
######## Guayabero




######## Ngarngji




######## Gude




######## Gudu




######## Guduf




######## Amuzgo, Guerrero




######## Nahuatl, Guerrero
         Zapoteco, Guevea de
######## Humboldt




######## Gugadj




######## Gugu Badhun




######## Gugu-Bera




######## Gugu-Yimidjir




######## Guhu-Samane




######## Guianese Mulatto
######## Zhuang, Guibei




######## Bete, Guiberoua




######## Zhuang, Guibian




######## Zapateco, Guila




######## Kpelle




######## Guiqiong




######## Adodia
######## Anjana Patel




######## Babria




######## Bandhari




######## Bandhari Nagar




######## Bandhera




######## Bania, Gujar




######## Bania, Khedayata
######## Bania, Lad




######## Bania, Modh




######## Bania, Nagar




######## Bania, Srimali




######## Banjania




######## Baria, Hindu




######## Bavcha
######## Bawa Dhed




######## Behlim




######## Bhadela




######## Bohra




######## Botaraj




######## Brahmachari




######## Catholic of Daman
######## Charan, Hindu




######## Charan, Muslim




######## Chatla




######## Chharas




######## Chodhara




######## Christians of Diu




######## Chudiwala
######## Chundadigira




######## Chunvalia




######## Dabgar, Muslim




######## Dadhi, Muslim




######## Dahur, Hindu




######## Dangashia




######## Depala
######## Dhangar




######## Dhodia




######## Dubla




######## Dudhwala




######## Gadaba




######## Gadhai




######## Galiara
######## Gandharb, Muslim




######## Garana




######## Garoda, Hindu




######## Gavri




######## Ghanchi, Hindu




######## Ghanchi, Muslim




######## Ghantia
######## Gopal




######## Gujarati




######## Gulam




######## Jagari Patur




######## Kabutaria




######## Kachhia, Hindu




######## Kachhia, Muslim
######## Kadia Kumbhar




######## Kadia, Hindu




######## Kadia, Muslim




######## Kahrar




######## Kalal, Muslim




######## Kalota




######## Kamalia
######## Kandoi




######## Karadia




######## Kasbati, Hindu




######## Kasbati, Muslim




######## Katpitia




######## Khalpa




######## Khant
######## Kharva, Hindu




######## Kharva, Muslim




######## Khasdar




######## Khatki




######## Khavar




######## Khoja




######## Koli
######## Koli, Muslim




######## Kumhar Sutaria




######## Kunbi




######## Kunbi, Muslim




######## Lohana




######## Mahratta Kunbi




######## Mahyavanshi
######## Makrani, Hindu




######## Makrani, Muslim




######## Makwana, Hindu




######## Makwana, Muslim




######## Mallik, Muslim




######## Maru Kumhar




######## Memon
######## Miana




######## Molesalam




######## Molvi




######## Nadia




######## Naikda




######## Naroda




######## Nayadi
######## Padharia




######## Panar




######## Patel




######## Patelia




######## Patni Jamat




######## Pomla




######## Prabhu
######## Prabhu Patane




######## Rabari, Hindu




######## Rabari, Muslim




######## Raniparaj




######## Rantho




######## Rathawa




######## Rathodia
######## Ravalia




######## Rawal, Muslim




######## Rumi




######## Sagar




######## Salat, Hindu




######## Salat, Muslim




######## Sandhai
######## Sathwara, Hindu




######## Sathwara, Muslim




######## Shemalia




######## Shenva, Hindu




######## Shenva, Muslim




######## Shudar




######## Siddi, Muslim
######## Sindhi Sumra




######## Sipai




######## Sutar




######## Tai




######## Tankar




######## Targala, Hindu




######## Targala, Muslim
######## Thakor Pardeshi




######## Tirgar, Hindu




######## Turi Barot




######## Turkoman




######## Tuvar




######## Vaghri, Hindu




######## Vitholia
######## Wandhara




######## Zarekari




######## Bakkarwal




######## Gujuri Rajasthani




######## Gula




######## Gula




######## Gula Iro
######## Gulaalaa




######## Goulai




######## Gule




######## Arab, Arabic Gulf Spoken




######## Arab, Kuwaiti




######## Bedouin, Gulf




         Saudi Arabs, Arabic Gulf
######## Spoken
######## Gumalu




######## Gumatj




######## Gumasi




######## Gumuz




######## Gun




######## Gun-Gbe




######## Seto-Gbe
######## Toli-Gbe




######## Gundi Pygmy




######## Gungabula




######## Gungu




######## Guntai




######## Gunwinggu




######## Gunya
######## Nupe




######## Gupapuyngu




######## Guragone




######## Guramalum




######## Gurani




######## Gurdjar




######## Marwari Ghera
######## Guriaso




######## Gurinji




######## Gurmana




######## Guro




######## Guruntum




######## Jarawan-Gar




######## Gusan
######## Kisii




######## Gusilay




######## Guwamu




######## Guiarak




######## Guyanese




######## Guyanese Blacks




######## Ngoshe Sama
######## Gwa




######## Dahating




######## Banga




######## Gwandara




######## Garuwahi




######## Gweno




######## Gwere
######## Kutchin




######## Gyele




######## Gyem




######## Ha




######## Jiji




######## Habu




######## Hadiyya
######## Baret




######## Dhola




######## Rumwala




######## Arab, Hadrami




######## Kindiga




######## Aeke




######## Hahon
######## Haikom




######## San




######## Haigwai




######## Hain, Bozo




######## Kitimat




######## Haitian




######## Haji
######## Hajong




######## Haka Chin




######## Hakka




######## Hakka, Hainan Island




######## Han Chinese, Hakka




######## She




######## Hako
######## Halang




######## Kri




######## Halang Doan




######## Halang Doan




######## Dora




######## Bayit




######## Dariganga
######## Darkhan




######## Dzakhchin, Zahchin




######## Khalka Mongol




######## Uriankhai, Altai




######## Uuld




######## Halia




######## Halkomelem
######## Hamap




######## Hamer-Banna




######## Kapau




######## Hanga




######## Kwasengen




######## Hangaza




######## Hani
######## Meng




######## Muda




######## Yiche




######## Hano, Lamalanga




######## Hanonoo




######## Harari




######## Haroi
######## Harsusi




######## Waibuk




######## Haruku




######## Deha




######## Harzani




######## Yashi




######## Arab, Saharan
######## Bedouin, Arad




######## Bedouin, Arosien




######## Bedouin, Berabish




######## Bedouin, Delim




######## Bedouin, Gil




######## Bedouin, Hamama




######## Bedouin, Jerid
######## Bedouin, Laguat




######## Bedouin, Sidi




######## Bedouin, Tajakant




######## Bedouin, Yahia




######## Bedouin, Ziban




######## Berber, Jalo




######## Berber, Uregu
######## Imragen




######## Izarguien




######## Moor




######## Nemadi




######## Regeibat




######## Saharawi




######## Soliman
######## Tasumsa




######## Trarza




######## Hatam




######## Amana




######## Gamo-Ningi




######## Hausa




######## Kawar
######## Kubi




######## Kumonu




######## Kyangawa




######## Mauri




######## North Hausa, Arawa




######## Toroobe Fulani




######## Upland Yuman
######## Aveke




######## Havu




######## Hawai'i Creole-Speaking




######## Hawaiian




######## Haya




######## Hazara




######## Hedi
######## Israeli




######## Jew, Israeli




######## Hehe




######## Heiban




######## Heiltsuk




######## Helambu Sherpa




######## Helong
######## Hema




######## Luba-Hemba




######## Kado




######## Herero




######## Himba




######## Agomes




######## Hertevin
######## Hewa




######## Arinua




######## Hidatsa




######## Higaonon Manobo




######## Konjo Pegunungan




######## Chontal de Oaxaca, Sierra




######## Popoluca, Sierra
######## Nahuatl, Puebla Sierra




######## Totonaca, Sierra




######## Arab, Saudi




######## Tihami




######## Hijuk




######## Hiligaynon




######## Himarima
######## Ad Dharmi




######## Adhori




######## Agri Kharwal




######## Ahar




######## Aheria




######## Ajna




######## Alia
######## Anantpanthi




######## Aoghar




######## Apapanthi




######## Arora, Hindu




######## Bachhada




######## Badhai, Hindu




######## Badhi, Hindu
######## Badhik




######## Badiphul




######## Badwa




######## Baghban, Hindu




######## Bagwan, Hindu




######## Bahna




######## Baiga
######## Bairagi, Muslim




######## Bairagi, Sikh




######## Baiswar




######## Bajgar




######## Balai, Hindu




######## Balewar




######## Balmiki
######## Banchada




######## Bandawat




######## Bandhamati, Hindu




######## Bania




######## Bania, Agarwal




######## Bania, Agrahari




######## Bania, Ajudhyabansi
######## Bania, Bais




######## Bania, Barahseni




######## Bania, Barnawar




######## Bania, Dhusar




######## Bania, Gahoi




######## Bania, Jain




######## Bania, Jaiswal
######## Bania, Kasar




######## Bania, Kasarwani




######## Bania, Kasaundhan




######## Bania, Khandelwal




######## Bania, Lodasa




######## Bania, Mahajan




######## Bania, Mahesri
######## Bania, Mahur




######## Bania, Nima




######## Bania, Oswal




######## Bania, Porwal




######## Bania, Rastaogi




######## Bania, Rauniar




######## Bania, Saraogi
######## Bania, Ummad




######## Bania, Unai




######## Banmanus




######## Bansphor, Hindu




######## Bantar




######## Barad, Hindu




######## Barahar
######## Bargunda




######## Bari, Hindu




######## Barwala, Hindu




######## Basor




######## Bawaria, Hindu




######## Bedia, Hindu




######## Beldar, Muslim
######## Belwar




######## Bengali, Hindu




######## Bhabra, Hindu




######## Bhabra, Jain




######## Bhangi, Hindu




######## Bharbhunja, Hindu




######## Bharia Bhumia
######## Bhat, Hindu




######## Bhatia, Hindu




######## Bhil




######## Bhima




######## Bhoi, Hindu




######## Bhoksa




######## Bhoyar
######## Bhuinhar




######## Bhuiya




######## Bhurtia




######## Bhuyiar




######## Bidakia




######## Billedar




######## Binjhia
######## Bola




######## Brahman




######## Chamar




######## Chamta




######## Chanal




######## Chandra Vedia




######## Chapota
######## Charandasis




######## Chaupal




######## Chhimba, Hindu




######## Chhipa, Hindu




######## Chidar




######## Chik Baraik




######## Chobdar
######## Chunpach




######## Dahez




######## Dangi




######## Daraiha




######## Darbes




######## Daryadasi




######## Darzi, Hindu
######## Devhar




######## Dhakad




######## Dhangri




######## Dhanuk




######## Dharhi, Hindu




######## Dhiman Brahman




######## Dhimar
######## Dholi, Hindu




######## Dohor




######## Domar




######## Dosadh, Hindu




######## East Indian




######## Ex-Servicemen




######## Gadaria, Hindu
######## Gadhia




######## Gahamandi




######## Gandhi, Hindu




######## Garpaguri




######## Gawal




######## Gawaria




######## Gayari
######## Gharami




######## Ghasi, Hindu




######## Ghatwar




######## Ghosi, Hindu




######## Ghusuria




######## Gidhiya, Hindu




######## Giri
######## Godhi




######## Golak




######## Goley




######## Gond




######## Gonrhi




######## Gorait




######## Goriya, Hindu
######## Gosain, Hindu




######## Govindpanthi




######## Gowtia




######## Gual




######## Habura




######## Halalkhor, Hindu




######## Halwai, Hindu
######## Hankiya




######## Hela




######## Hijda




######## Hindi




######## Hurkiya




######## Indian




######## Indian, East
######## Indo-Pakistani




######## Jadam




######## Jallad




######## Jamoria




######## Jangam, Hindu




######## Jat, Hindu




######## Javeri
######## Jhamral




######## Jhinwar, Hindu




######## Jhinwar, Sikh




######## Julaha




######## Juneta




######## Kabadi




######## Kachhi, Hindu
######## Kadar




######## Kadera




######## Kahar, Sikh




######## Kakaigar




######## Kalabaz




######## Kalagara




######## Kalagi
######## Kalagi




######## Kalwar, Hindu




######## Kamboh, Hindu




######## Kanchan




######## Kandera




######## Kandu




######## Kanet
######## Kanjar, Hindu




######## Kaparia




######## Karal




######## Karaoli




######## Karku




######## Karwal




######## Kathputli Nachanewala
######## Katia




######## Kawar




######## Kayastha




######## Khangar, Hindu




######## Kharadi




######## Kharot




######## Kharsola
######## Kharwar




######## Khatik, Hindu




######## Khatri, Hindu




######## Kholie




######## Khowa




######## Kirar




######## Kisan
######## Kodar




######## Koiri, Muslim




######## Koria




######## Kotwal




######## Kritiria




######## Kuchbandia




######## Kumhar
######## Kurariar




######## Kurmi




######## Kurpalta




######## Kutana




######## Ladia




######## Laheri, Hindu




######## Leper
######## Lodha




######## Lohar




######## Lohara




######## Lome




######## Lora




######## Lunia, Hindu




######## Mahawat
######## Maika




######## Majhwar




######## Mal, Hindu




######## Mali (Malakar)




######## Mallah, Hindu




######## Mallik, Hindu




######## Mawasi
######## Mehtar




######## Meo, Hindu




######## Merat, Hindu




######## Mina




######## Mirdas, Hindu




######## Moghia




######## Mudaha
######## Mukeri, Hindu




######## Murao, Hindu




######## Murhid




######## Musahar, Hindu




######## Nadkal




######## Nagarchi, Hindu




######## Nai, Hindu
######## Nanakshahi




######## Naribut




######## Nat, Hindu




######## Nerali




######## Oraon




######## Paharia




######## Panika
######## Panka




######## Pasi, Hindu




######## Patari




######## Patlia




######## Patwa, Hindu




######## Perna, Hindu




######## Phutdhar
######## Pindara




######## Prannathi




######## Purbia




######## Raigar




######## Rainudas




######## Rajput




######## Rajwar
######## Ramdasia, Hindu




######## Rana




######## Rathia, Hindu




######## Rauniyar




######## Rawal, Hindu




######## Rawat




######## Rehar
######## Rohar




######## Saharia




######## Saini, Hindu




######## Sajalong




######## Sanauriya




######## Sangtarash




######## Sansi, Hindu
######## Santia




######## Saur




######## Sekera




######## Shikari




######## Sikligar, Hindu




######## Silawat, Hindu




######## Singiwala
######## Siyane




######## Soiri




######## Sonar




######## Soria




######## South Asian, generic




######## Sudh, Sikh




######## Suthrashahi
######## Taga Bhat




######## Taga, Hindu




######## Tamboli, Hindu




######## Tarkhan, Hindu




######## Tatka




######## Tawaif, Hindu




######## Teli
######## Thathera, Hindu




######## Thori, Hindu




######## Tongewalle




######## Turaiha




######## Turi




######## Vasudev




######## Yadava
######## Ginukh




######## Hiri Motu




######## Hitu




######## Northern Torres Islander




######## Hixkariana




######## Fuma




######## Li, Bendi
######## Li, Ha




######## Li, Meifu




######## Li, Qi




######## Puwa




######## Hmar




######## Thado




######## Hmong Do
######## Hmong Don




######## Hmong Lao




######## Hmong Njua




######## Moaveke




######## Ho




######## Hoava




######## Hobyot
######## Winnebago




######## Hoia Hoia




######## Holikachuk




######## Holma




######## Holoholo




######## Holu




######## Homa
######## Hone




######## Baihong




######## Haoni




######## Hopi




######## Miao, Horned




######## Horom




######## Ergong
######## Horuru




######## Hotei




######## Misim




######## Hoti




######## Punan Bungan




######## Hoyahoya




######## Begi-Mao
######## Phun




######## Hrangkhol




######## Hre




######## Hu




######## Huachipaire




######## Aguano




######## Quechua, Huallaga
         Quechua, Huanaco,
         Huamalies-Northern Dos de
######## Mayo




######## Huambiza




######## Huarijio




         Huasteco, San Francisco
######## Chontla




######## Huasteco, San Luis Potosi




######## Huasteco, Tantoyuca




######## Huaulu
######## Mazateco, Huautla




######## Huaxcaleca Nahuatl




######## Quechua, Ancash, Huaylas




######## Quechua, Wanca, Huaylla




######## Kilba




######## Tepehua, Huehuetla




######## Huichol
######## Huilliche




######## Mixteco, Huitepec




######## Han Chinese, Huizhou




######## Hukumina




######## Hula




######## Hulaula




######## Huli
######## Hulung




######## Songhay, Humburi Senni




######## Humene




######## Humla Bhotia




######## Hunde




######## Hung




######## Pong
######## Tay Pong




######## Hunganna




######## Hungarian




######## Jew, Hungarian Speaking




         Romanian, Hungarian-
######## Speaking




######## Romany, Hungarian




######## Ngwoi
######## Hunjara




######## Dukawa




######## Hunsrik




######## Hunzib




######## Khunzal




######## Hupa




######## Hupdah
######## Hupla




######## Tyrolese




######## Fiterya, Hwana




######## Hya




######## Hyam




######## Iaian




######## Yamalele
######## Iapama




######## Big Sepik




######## Turu, Urundi




######## Teke, Eastern




######## Inibaloi




######## Iban




######## Sea Dayak
######## Ibanag




######## Ibani




######## Babuyan Islands Ivatan




######## Ibibio




######## Ibilo




######## Ibeno




######## Ibu
######## Ibuoro




######## Obuoro




######## Icelander




######## Messaga




######## Ida'an, Eraans




######## Idakho




######## Isukha
######## Tiriki




######## Idate




######## Idere




######## Okpe-Idesa




######## Idi




######## Idoma




######## North Idoma, Agatu
######## West Idoma




######## Idon




######## Lhoba, Yidu




######## Lungu




######## Vivigani




######## Ife




######## Igala
######## Igana




######## Igbo




######## Igede




######## Ignaciano




######## Igo, Ahlon




######## Naraguta




######## Igwe
######## Iha




######## Koro




######## Teuso




######## Ika




######## Ikizu




######## Shashi




######## Iko
######## Ikobi-Mena




######## Mena




######## Ikoma




######## Txikao




######## Ikpeshe




######## Akposo




######## Iku
######## Ikulu




######## Ikwere




######## Ila




######## Ile Ape




######## Ili Turki




######## Tuerke




######## Ilianen Manobo
######## Manobo, Arumanen




######## Hahutan




######## Limera




######## Wetar, Erai




######## Ilocano




######## Ilongot




######## Ilue
######## Malakote




         Quichua, Highland,
######## Imbabura




######## Imbongu




######## Imeraguen




######## Imonda




######## Imroing




######## Abaknon Sama
######## Itutang




######## Midsivindi




######## Inapari




######## Pite Lapp




######## Saami, Finnish




######## Indonesian




######## Jew, Indonesian Speaking
######## Bajau




######## Burgher




######## Indo-Portuguese Burgher




######## Indri




######## Galo




######## One, Inebu




######## Inga
######## Izhor




######## Ingush




######## Inlaod Itneg




######## Yate




######## Looknon




######## Gurage, Indagen




######## Gurage, Innemor
######## Kabui




######## Sirte, Christian




######## Intha




         Amuzgo, Santa Maria
######## Ipalapa




######## Ipiko




######## Ipili




######## Assumbo
######## Iquito




######## Ir




######## Irantxe




######## Mynky




######## Illanun Maranao




######## Iraqw




######## Irahutu
######## Iraya




######## Iresim




######## Iriga Bicolano




######## Irigwe




######## Irish Gaelic




######## Irular




######## Iruliga
######## Isabi




######## Isanzu




######## Agta, Isarog




######## Isarog Agta




######## Isconahua




######## Isebe




######## Isekiri
######## Insinai




######## Isirawa




######## Afro-Nicaraguan




######## Islander Creole




######## Dibagat-Kabugao Isneg




######## Isoko




######## Mixe, Istmo
######## Zapoteco, Istmo




         Nahuatl, Istmo-
######## Cosoleacacque




######## Nahuatl, Istmo-Mecayapan




######## Nahuatl, Istmo-Pajapan




######## Istriot




######## Istro-Romanian




######## Su
######## Isu




######## Croatian, Italian-Speaking




######## Gypsy, Italian




######## Italian




######## Italian Creole




######## Italian-Australian




######## San Marino, Italian
######## Sardinian, Sard




######## Slovene, Italian




######## Itawit




######## Malaueg




######## Itelmen




######## Iteri




######## Rocky Peak
######## Itik




######## Ito




######## Itonama




######## Itu Mbuzo




######## Ban Yao




######## Iu Mien




######## Iu Mien, Changping
######## Iu Mien, Hunan




######## Iu Mien, Luoxing




######## San Diu




######## Youmai




######## Ivatan




######## Ivbie North




######## Iwaidja
######## Iwaak




######## Iwal




######## Iwam




######## Iwur




######## Ixcateco




######## Mazateco, Ixcatlan




######## Ixil, Chajul
######## Ixil, Nebaj




######## Ixil, San Juan Cotzal




######## Mixteco, Ixtayutla




######## Otomi, Ixtenco




######## Iyatu




######## Iyive




######## Naho
######## Chorote, Eklenjuy




######## Chorote, Manjuy




######## Jarawa, Izere




######## Ezaa




######## Ikwo




######## Izzi




######## Mgbo
######## Izon




######## Chokobo




######## Jabuti




######## Jat, Jadgali




######## Jah Hut




######## Jahanka




######## Awyu, Jair
######## Jakata, Jati




######## Jakun




######## Mazateco, Jalapa de Diaz




######## Ble




######## Afro-East-Indian




######## Jamaican Black




######## Mulatto, Panamanian
######## Jarawara




######## Jurua




######## Kitiya, Banawa




######## Aneuk Jamee




######## Batin




######## Jambi




######## Mixteco, Jamiltepec
######## Dogon, Jamsay




######## Jandavra




######## Djongkang




######## Janji




######## Ainu




######## Buraku




######## Japanese
######## Japanese Creole




######## Judeo-Japanese




######## Japreria




######## Jaqaru




######## Jara




######## Jarai




######## Jarawas
######## Jarawa




######## Djaru




######## Quechua, Wanca, Jauja




######## Jaunsari




######## Javanese




######## Jawa Banyumasan




######## Jawa Negarigung
######## Jawa Pesisir Kulon




######## Jawa Pesisir Lor




######## Mancanegari




######## Pendalungan




######## Tukangbesi Selatan




######## Njawe




######## Jaya
######## Jebero




######## Jeh




######## Jahai




######## Jemez




######## Sorogoye, Bozo




######## Tie, Bozo




######## Jeng
######## Kuruba, Jenu




######## Buji




######## Gusu




######## Jera




######## Ribena




######## Jeri Kuo




######## Baram
######## Jerung




######## Li, Jiamao




######## Jiarong, Chabao




######## Jiarong, Situ




######## Kona Jukun




######## Jibu




######## Takum Jukun
######## Apache, Jicarilla




######## Jiiddu




######## Jilbe




######## Jilim




######## Jimi




######## Jimi




######## Jina
######## Han Chinese, Jin




######## Kiong Nai




######## Jirel




######## Jiripa




######## Jiru




######## Jita




######## Kaje
######## Joba




######## Jofotek-Bromnya




######## Jola




######## Kasa




######## Jegu




######## Jorto




######## Jo
######## Ju




######## Kung-Tsumkwe




######## Juang




######## Jew, Judeo-Berber




######## Jew, Georgian




######## Judeo-Georgian




######## Jew, Iraqi
######## Jew, Judeo-Italian




######## Jew, Judeo-Morrocan




######## Jew, Maghrebi




######## North African Arab




######## Dzhidi




######## Bik, Tat




######## Yudi, Tripolita'it
######## Jew, Tunisian




######## Jew, Yemeni




######## Bete




######## Jukun




######## Jula




######## Malinke, Ivorian




######## Kagwahiva, Juma
######## Jumjum




######## Jungle Inga




######## Mixe, Juquila




######## Jur Modo




######## Juruna




######## Muniwara




######## Mixteco, Juxtlahuaca
######## Pepesa-Jwira




######## Kaamba




######## Libo, Libbo




######## Kambe




######## Kpatogo, Padoro




######## Kaba




######## Kaba-Lai
######## Kabardian




######## Kabatei




######## Kabixi




######## Kabiye




######## Kabola




######## One, Kabore




######## Kabra
######## Kaburi




######## Kabutra




######## Caboverdian




######## Mestizo, Caboverdian




######## Kabwa




######## Kabwari




######## Kabyle
######## Lesser Kabyle, Eastern




######## Kachama




######## Bafan




######## Bayad, Muslim




######## Brahma Kshatriya




######## Chaki




######## Dafer
######## Garmatang




######## Hingora




######## Kachi




######## Khaskeli




######## Khatri, Muslim




######## Majothi




######## Mutwa
######## Node




######## Raysipotra




######## Royma




######## Sanghar, Hindu




######## Sanghar, Muslim




######## Sindhi Sama




######## Theba
######## Kutchi Kohli




######## Jingpo




######## Kachin




######## Bale




######## Kacipo-Balesi




######## Kaco




######## Kadai
######## Kadan




######## Kadara




######## Southern Ryukyuan, Miyako




######## Kadaru




######## Kadiweu




######## Kado




######## Woni
######## Mongol, Yunnan




######## Sak Lui




######## Kafa




######## Kafoa




######## Kaagan Kalagan




######## Kagate Bhotia




######## Kagayanen
######## Puku




######## Kagoma




######## Kagoro




######## Kaguru




######## Kahe




######## Kahua




######## Kayan
######## Kaibubu




######## Kaidipang




######## Kaiep




######## Kaike




######## Kaiku




######## Kaimbulawa




######## Kaingang
######## Kairak




######## Kairiru




######## Kairui-Midik




######## Kampung Baru




######## Kaivi




######## Kaiwa




######## Taori-Kei, Kaiy
######## Kajakse




######## Kajali




######## Kayaman




######## Igora




######## Konkabay




######## Kakanda




######## Tati
######## Kakihum




######## Kaka




######## Kakwa




######## Northern Mabuiag




######## Southern Mabuiag




######## Greenland Eskimo




######## Murut, Kalabakan
######## Kalabari




######## Kalabra




######## Kalagan




######## Kalaktang Monpa




######## Karam




######## Kohistani




######## Rajkoti
######## Samo




######## Kalanga




######## Lilima




######## Kalao




######## Kalapuya




######## Kalash




######## Elgeyo
######## Kalenjin




######## Kipsigis




######## Nandi




######## Flathead-Kalispel




######## Kalkoti




######## Durbet




######## Kalmyk-Oirat
######## Mingat




######## Mongol, Alxa




######## Oirat, Western Mongul




######## Olot




######## Torgut




######## Fintika Romma, Finnish Kalo




######## Kalou
######## Yawa




######## Bosavi




######## Kalumpang




######## Kam




######## Woisika




######## Kamano




######## Kamantan
######## Kamar




######## Kamara




######## Kamariang




######## Kamaru




######## Kamasa




######## Kamasau




######## Kamayo
######## Kamayura




######## Kamba




######## Kambata




######## Kambaira




######## Sumba




######## Iria




######## Kambiwa
######## Kami




######## Kumai




######## Kami




######## Kamo




######## Kamoro




######## Kamu




######## Kamura
######## Kamviri




######## Kamwe




######## Kanakanabu




######## Kanamari




######## Tsohom-Djapa




######## Malaneese




######## Kaikovu
######## Sona




######## Kandas




######## Ganja




######## Okande




######## Kanembu




######## Kang




######## Kanga
######## Igom




######## Kango (Likango)




######## Kango (Dibatchwa)




######## Kango (Dikango)




######## Bhojki




######## Dogri




######## Ghirath, Hindu
######## Joba




######## Kanghera




######## Karoack




######## Lonpa




######## Nichar




######## Pherera




######## Sanhai, Muslim
######## Seok




######## Kaningkom-Nindem




######## Kaningi




######## Kaningra




######## Wataluma




######## Kanite




######## Hali
######## Kanju




######## Kankanaey




######## Adari




######## Adi Baugar




######## Adi Karnataka




######## Adiyan




######## Ager
######## Alum




######## Anagi




######## Anduran




######## Aneganti




######## Anuppan




######## Arasu




######## Arya Kalaga
######## Atazri




######## Badaskar




######## Badri




######## Bagga




######## Baggaru




######## Baira




######## Bakad
######## Balagai




######## Balyaya




######## Bangar




######## Banijiga




######## Barkar




######## Basa Sankarai




######## Bathini
######## Battal




######## Beda Jangam




######## Beelas




######## Belavadi




######## Belchad




######## Beldar, Hindu




######## Bellara
######## Binapatta




######## Bingi




######## Bojgar




######## Budar




######## Buludegogaru




######## Chalvadi




######## Cham Bukutti
######## Chamboti




######## Chambukutti




######## Chapparband




######## Chenna Dasar




######## Chigar




######## Chikkakaruni




######## Chikkamani
######## Chintala




######## Dharmashala




######## Dombidasari




######## Donera




######## Douri




######## Gangakula




######## Gantichore
######## Garger




######## Gondaru




######## Gondatti




######## Gondo Bato




######## Gowda




######## Gowdali




######## Gurgunta
######## Guttedar




######## Hadalyaru




######## Hakki Pikki




######## Halsar




######## Halwakki Wakkal




######## Hanabar




######## Handi Jogi
######## Hanuman




######## Harbadkulani




######## Harishet




######## Harkantra




######## Havomar




######## Hogalabhatta




######## Holaya Dasar
######## Holer




######## Homiar




######## Honniyar




######## Humbler




######## Illiger




######## Jagal Jadho




######## Jalavara
######## Kahabia




######## Kaikadi




######## Kanagal




######## Kanarese




######## Katti Bomalawaru




######## Kattunayakan




######## Kavalettinavaru
######## Kelkari




######## Kenayor




######## Kenba




######## Khalini




######## Khetri




######## Kichagara




######## Kodligion
######## Koosa




######## Koracha, Caste




######## Koraikar




######## Korakanas




######## Korama, Hindu




######## Koshti




######## Kotegar
######## Kudavakkal




######## Kudiga




######## Kuist




######## Kujagara




######## Kulama




######## Kunchatiga




######## Kundligar
######## Kuraim




######## Kuruba




######## Kuruman




######## Kuspa




######## Lanhavi




######## Lingayat




######## Lippara
######## Machala




######## Madderu




######## Mahagar




######## Malanaickan




######## Markala




######## Masan Jogi




######## Mavalinga
######## Moodi




######## Morlyadi




######## Mourya




######## Mudayan




######## Mudhar




######## Mukri




######## Nairy
######## Nalakeyava




######## Nalavadi




######## Natakani




######## Pailadar




######## Raddi




######## Raneyar




######## Raya Rawat
######## Sali




######## Sardar, Hindu




######## Sarige




######## Sasura




######## Servagara




######## Shankudiva




######## Shastragokar
######## Shinligar




######## Shivanaga




######## Siddi, Hindu




######## Sowsabha




######## Sugandhi




######## Thalaraj




######## Tirthankara
######## Vadavakulam




######## Vaishnava Brahman




######## Vajluthedan




######## Vakkaliga




######## Vasthamaru




######## Vishnu Koravanji




######## Voliyali
######## Yetrich




######## Kanoe




######## Kanowit




######## Tanjong




######## Kansa




######## Kantosi




######## Kanu
######## Kanufi




######## Kanyok




######## Kau




######## Kaonde




######## Yakamul




######## Middle Watut




######## Kapingamarangian
######## Kapori




######## Kapriman




######## Kaptiau




######## Kapya




######## Cakchiquel, Central




         Cakchiquel, Santa Maria de
######## Jesus




######## Cakchiquel, South Central
######## Kara




######## Kara




######## Kara




######## Balkar




######## Karachay




######## Karadjeri




######## Kamas
######## Sayan Samoyed




######## Karafawyana




######## Karaite




######## Javae




######## Karaja




######## Xambioa




######## Karakalpak
######## Karamojong




######## Nyangiya




######## Karang




######## Pandama




######## Baxa




######## Karanga, Kurunga




######## Karaw
######## Karas




######## Karatin




######## Karawa




######## Arleng




######## Kari




######## Kare




######## Karekare
######## Karelian




######## Kerei




######## Kare, Li-Kari-Li




######## Karingani




######## Karipuna Crioulu




######## Karitiana




######## Kariya
######## Karkar




######## Garko




######## Barim




######## Arara, Rondonia




######## Itogapuk




######## Karo




######## Karok
######## Karon




######## Karon Dori




######## Karore




######## Kasanga




######## Kasena




######## Bafinda




######## Bamba
######## Bandukkhar




######## Basith, Sikh




######## Batwal, Muslim




######## Bhirai




######## Bomba




######## Bowri




######## Budhan, Hindu
######## Budhan, Muslim




######## Chan




######## Desil




######## Farda




######## Ganz




######## Gokha




######## Gratie
######## Hadwal




######## Hanji




######## Kashmiri




######## Kavoj




######## Kraal




######## Kumangar




######## Kumhiar
######## Kumhiar, Muslim




######## Mangrik




######## Pohul




######## Pony-Men-Mule-Men




######## Ratal




######## Sapiada




######## Shakhsaz
######## Sofi




######## Sudhan




######## Tarakhehas




######## Wattal, Hindu




######## Wattal, Muslim




######## Waza




######## Yashkun
######## Zargar, Hindu




######## Zargar, Muslim




######## Zargar, Sikh




######## Kashubian




######## Slovincian




######## Kasiguranin




######## Kaska
######## Kasseng




######## Kasua




######## Katang




######## Katawixi




######## Katbol




######## Katcha-Kadugli-Miri




######## Tumma
######## Kate




######## Tharu, Kathoriya




######## Bashgali




######## Gulud




######## Katla




######## Katua




######## Katukina
######## Pasismanua




######## Kaur




######## Kaure




######## Kauwerawec




######## Kavalan




######## Kravet




######## Kawacha
######## Kawe




######## Kaxarari




######## Kaxuyana




######## Kayabi




######## Kaygir




######## Karen, Padaung




######## Kayan Mahakam
######## Kayan, Kayan River




######## Kayapa Kallahan




######## Kayapo




######## Metyktire




######## Gayardilt




######## Liliali




######## Kayong
######## Kayort




######## Gaididj




######## Kayupulau




######## Kazakh




######## Kazakh, Qinghai




######## Sepik Plains




######## Keopara
######## Malay, Kedah




######## Kedangese




######## Keder




######## Kehu




######## Kei




######## Keiga




######## Bemal
######## Keyo




######## Kekchi




######## Kela, Lemba




######## Kela




######## Kalabit




######## Kele, Akele




######## Kele
######## Gele




######## Antipolo Ifugao




######## Kaliko




######## Kelo




######## Kelong




######## Kemak




######## Kembayan
######## Kemberano




######## Kembra




######## Kumaju




######## Kemei




######## Kamtuk




######## Kenati




######## Ahe Dayak
######## Kendayan Dayak




######## Selako Dayak




######## Kendeje




######## Bokwa-Kendem




######## Kenga




######## Murut, Keningau




######## Kaninjal Dayak
######## Negrito, Semang




######## Ndop-Bamessing




######## Nubian, Dongolawi




######## Nubian, Kenuzi




######## Nyang




######## Kenyi




######## Keo
######## Keuru




######## Kepo'




######## Kera




######## Her




######## Punan Keriau




######## Kerek




######## Kerewe
######## Kerewo




######## Kerinci




######## Kesawai




######## Yenisei Ostyak




######## Kete




######## Kupel




######## Ketum
######## Keyagana




######## Kgalagadi




######## Khakas




######## Kalinge Rai




######## Jad




######## Khampa, Eastern




######## Khampa, Northern
######## Khampa, Western




######## Long Chanpa




######## Thai Khampi




######## Tibetan, Deqen




######## Tibetan, Zhugqu




######## Khamti Shan




######## Kana
######## Khang




######## Khanti




######## Khao




######## Kharia




######## Patvekari, Hindu




######## Patvekari, Muslim




######## Khasi
######## Khe




######## Levei-Narehat




######## Kheng




######## Khetrani




######## Khiamngan Naga




######## Khienungan




######## Khinalug
######## Khisa




######## Khmu




######## Khmu, Keun




######## Khmu, Khong




######## Khmu, Lu




######## Khmu, Me




######## Khmu, Rok
######## Nguan




######## Khoini




######## Kholok




######## Khorasani Turk




######## Dangarik




######## Kho




######## Khua
######## Khuen




######## Khumi Awa Chin




######## Khumi Chin




######## Hkun




######## Khunsari




######## Khvarshin




######## Barakwena
######## Kibet




######## Kibiri




######## Quiche, Central




######## Quiche, Coastal




######## Quiche, Cunen




         Quiche, Eastern
######## Chichicastenango




######## Quiche, Joyabaj
######## Quiche, San Andres




######## Quiche, Southwestern




######## West Central Quiche




######## Kickapoo




######## Giriama




######## Jibana




######## Kambe
######## Kauma




######## Rabai




######## Ribe




######## Kikai




######## Kikuyu




######## Ndigiri




######## Saami, Kildin
######## Kiriwina




######## Kiliwa




######## Isi




######## Kilmera




######## Jumam




######## Kim




######## Kim Mun
######## Lanten




######## Kimaghama




######## Garo, Kimaragang




######## Kimaragan




######## Kimbu




######## Lunda, Mbundu




######## Sukubatong
######## Kimre




######## Kinalakna




######## Cinamiguin Manobo




######## Antique Ati




######## Negrito, Ati




######## Kinga




######## Kanaura
######## Kanauri




######## Negrito, Kintaq




######## Kinuku




######## Fumbira




######## Rwanda




######## Tutsi




######## Twa
######## Twa Pygmies




######## Kioko




######## Kiong




######## Kiorr




######## Kiowa




######## Apache, Kiowa




######## Kiput
######## Kir-Balar




######## Kire-Puire




######## Kyrgyz




######## Okrika




######## Kirira




######## Kurd, Alevica




######## Kis
######## Kisankasa




######## Kisarese, Meher




######## Yotowawa




######## Kisi




######## Gurage, Soddo




######## Fulanke




######## Maninka, Kita
######## Kitja




######## Monokutuba




######## Kongo, Kituba




######## Kru




######## Klias River Kadazan




######## Fungor




######## Koalib
######## Turum




######## Umm Heitan




######## Koasati




######## Koba




######## Kobiana




######## Koguman




######## Kobon
######## Koch




######## Morangia




######## Tharu, Mahotari




######## Tharu, Saptari




######## Kuda




######## Agani




######## Amma Kodaga
######## Ayri




######## Banna




######## Kanate




######## Karikudumbi




######## Kodaga




######## Koyava




######## Kutuma
######## Maniyani




######## Meda




######## Pandavakulam




######## Tachavire




######## Kodeoha




######## Kodi




######## Kwadia
######## Koenoem




######## Kofa




######## Kofei




######## Kofyar




######## Kohin




######## Indus Kohistani




######## Kolai
######## Koho




######## Kohumono




######## Koi




######## Koireng




######## Kwoireng




######## Koita




######## Koiwat
######## Chaimal




######## Halam




######## Jamatia




######## Kok Borok




######## Kuki Chin




######## Kuki, Zahao




######## Murasing
######## Noatia




######## Tipera




######## Uchai




######## Usipi




######## Kokata




######## Pintupi




######## Koke
######## Kokoda




######## Kokola




######## Kokota




######## Bikele-Bikay




######## Kol, Kole




######## Kola




######## Kolbila
######## Subanon, Kolibugan




######## Dogon, Kolum So




######## Kalokalo




######## Nkom




######## Kom




######## Koma




######## Koma Ndera
######## Komba




######## Kombai




######## Kombio




######## Kayu Agung




######## Komering




######## Kominimung




######## Komi-Permyat
######## Komi-Yazva




######## Komi-Zyrian




######## Kumu




######## Koma




######## Komodo




######## Komfana




######## Komyandaret
######## Angku




######## Kong Ge




######## Konai, Mirapmin




######## Konda




######## Koneraw




######## Bahmon




######## Bawtar
######## Bhansala




######## Bhavin




######## Butalu




######## Chaptegar




######## Chardo




######## Charodi




######## Chembotti
######## Devali




######## Galda Konkani




######## Goggi




######## Gudigar




######## Kancha Vakkal




######## Komarpaik




######## Konkani
######## Nabhik




######## Padiar




######## Padti




######## Pagi




######## Papmelara Konkani




######## Patramela




######## Rajpur
######## Velip




######## Konkomba




######## Konni




######## Kono




######## Kono




######## Kono




######## Konomala
######## Konongo




######## Konso




######## Konyak




######## Konyak Naga




######## Konyanke




######## Konjo




######## Bakwe Pygmy
######## Kongo




######## Woyo




######## Nzime




######## Koorete




######## Kopar




######## Kopka




######## Tokuni
######## Korape




######## Yega




######## Korak




######## Korana, Ora




######## Korean




######## Coreguaje




######## Koresh-e Rostam
######## Korku




######## Jula, Koro




######## Koro




######## Koro




######## Kurumfe




######## Koromira




######## Koronadal Bilaan
######## Koroni




######## Korop




######## Koroshi




######## Korowai




######## Koraga




######## Korubo




######## Korapun
######## Koryak




######## Kosadle




######## Gilika




######## Wanam




######## Kosena




######## Kosin




######## Kosraen
######## Kota




######## Kota




######## Malay, Kota Bangun Kutai




######## Kota Marudu Talantang




######## Southern Kota Marudu




######## Ko-Gbe




######## Koti
######## Kouya




######## Kovai




######## Kove




######## Kowaki




######## Kaiwai




######## Koi-Sanjaq Sooret




######## Gandia, Rajasthan
######## Jula, Koyaga




######## Koyo




######## Songhay, Koyra Chiini




######## Marense




######## Songhay, Koyraboro Senni




######## Koyukon




######## Kpagua
######## Kpala




######## Kpan




######## Passam




######## Kpatili




######## Kpessi




######## Prang




######## Krachi
######## Kraho




######## Kraol




######## T'moan




######## Krenak




######## Kreye




######## Krikati




######## Krim
######## Creole, Mulatto




######## Krio




######## Krio Fula




######## Aborigine Creole




######## Krisa




######## Krobu




######## Krongo
######## Krung




######## Jew, Crimean




######## Kryz




######## Kua




######## Kuan




######## Tolai




######## Kwanyama
######## Hube




######## Kubo




######## Kubu




######## Kucong




######## Kudiya




######## Dharua




######## Gonju
######## Kavwol




######## Mahatto




######## Kuda




######## Kugama




######## Kugbo




######## Dal




######## Kandha Gauda
######## Kui




######## Kwijau Dusun




######## Kalapalo




######## Kuikuru




######## Nahukua




######## Kujarge




######## Kuk
######## Kukatja




######## Kukele




######## Kuku-Mangk




######## Kuku-Muinh




######## Kugu-Muminh




######## Kuku-Ugbanh




######## Kugu-Uwanh
######## Guguyalanji




######## Tanglapui




######## Kulere




######## Kaba Kurumi




######## Kulfe




######## Kulisusu




######## Pazeh
######## Kulunge Rai




######## Kulung




######## Nenema




######## Kumalu




######## Kumam




######## Kuman




######## Nagane
######## Bora Kuthliya




######## Kumaoni




######## Shah




######## Silpkar, Hindu




######## Kumba




######## Kumbainggar




######## Kumberaha
######## Kumhale




######## Kumhali




######## Kumiai




######## Kumukio




######## Kumyk




######## Kumzari




######## Kunama
######## Gunbalang




######## Kunda




######## Kung




######## Aukwe




######## Kung-Ekoka




######## Kunggara




######## Bwadji
######## Kuni




######## Kunigami




######## Kunimaipa




######## Kunja




######## Kunjen




######## Olgol




######## Kuo
######## Panaras




######## Kupa




######## Malay, Kupang




######## Kupsabiny




######## Sebei




######## Kur




######## Ede Nago, Kura
######## Kurama




######## Kuranko




######## Nabi




######## Kuria




######## Kurrama




######## Kuruti-Pare




######## Kurteop
######## Kuruaya




######## Kurudu




######## Kusasi




######## Kusaghe




######## Kushi




######## Kusu




######## Ghale, Kutang
######## Kutenai




######## Kuteb




######## Kuthant




######## Kupto




######## Kutu




######## Kuturmi




######## Kuuku-Yaku
######## Bhottada




######## Jatapu




######## Kondh




######## Kuwaa




######## Kwatay




######## Kui




######## Finnish, Kven
######## Bamileke-Bakwa, Bakoa




######## Kwa




######## Kwami




######## Kwaio




######## Kwaja




######## Kwakiutl




######## Kwakum
######## Kwama




######## Kwambi




######## Kwamera




######## Kwami, Kwame




######## One, Kwamtim




######## Kwang




######## Mobou
######## Modgel




######## Apos




######## Bongos




######## Gawanga




######## Wasambu




######## Yubanakor




######## Kwangali
######## Konja




######## Fiu




######## Ngumba




######## Kwato




######## Kwaya




######## Kwegu, Bacha




######## Yidinich
######## Kware




######## Kwerba




######## Sasawa




######## Nobuk




######## Kwere




######## Nghwele




######## Kwerisa
######## Kwese




######## Kwesten




######## Kwini




######## Kwinsu




######## Kwinti




######## Washkuk




######## Kwomtari
######## Bambuka




######## Kyak




######## Baiyer Enga




######## Kenele




######## Tyenga




######## Kyerung




######## Bwamu, Laa Laa
######## Gori




######## Serer, Lala




######## Laba




######## Loloda, South




######## Label




######## Gbaya-Mum




######## Jaku
######## Mewun, Labo




######## Labu




######## Kadazan, Eastern




######## Lacandon




######## Lachi




######## Zapoteco, Lachiguiri




######## Zapoteco, Sola de Vega Este
######## Arghun




######## Beda




######## Bodh




######## Jangam, Muslim




######## Ladakhi




######## Makhmi




######## Mon of Kashmir
######## Nubra




######## Rigzong




######## Dolomite, Ladino




######## Jew, Spanish




######## Laeko-Libuat




######## Lafofa




######## Lagu
######## Laghuu




######## Kotoko, Makari




######## Kotoko-Logone




######## Laha, Central Ambonese




######## Laha




######## Lahanan




######## Karen, Lahta
######## Eka




######## Lahu




######## Lahu Na, Black Lahu




######## Lahu Nyi, Red Lahu




######## Lahu Shi, Yellow Lahu




######## Laimbue




######## Laiyola
######## Lak




######## Siar




######## Kabba-Laka




######## Lakka




######## Lakalei




######## Lakha




######## Laki
######## Lakkia




######## Lakon




######## Nume




######## Lakonde




######## Lakota




######## Dida, Lakota




######## Nara
######## Ambo




######## Bisa




######## Lala




######## Luano




######## Swaka




######## Chinanteco, Lalana




######## Roba
######## Lalia




######## Lama




######## Lama




######## Lamaholot




######## Lamalera




######## Lamam




######## Laamang
######## Lamatuka




######## Lamba




######## Lima




######## Banjara, Hindu




######## Quechua, Lambayeque




######## Lambichhong




######## Lamboya
######## Lambya




######## Bamburo




######## Lame




######## Lamenu




######## Khamet




######## Lamja




######## Lamgang
######## Lamma




######## Nso




######## Ivanga




######## Lamogai




######## Pulie




######## Dusun, Kadazan




######## Lampung Krui
######## Lampung Peminggir




######## Lampung Pubian




######## Pesisir, Southern




######## Ranau




######## Sungkai




######## Lampung Abung




######## Lamu-Lamu
######## Lanas Lobu




######## Landoma




######## Langabajau*m




######## Langbasi




######## Rangi




######## Buyang, Langnian




######## Langgo
######## Lango




######## Ahang




######## Banerwala




######## Bikol




######## Chelpa




######## Dayak, Land




######## Gumtian
######## Kaixana




######## Kalanko




######## Karuazu




######## Kate




######## Kui Lung




######## Kw'adza




######## Lawi
######## Maiti




######## Manguangan




######## Manobo, Pulangiyen




######## Manobo, Talaandig




######## Manobo, Tigwahanon




######## Monba, Medog




######## Nayor
######## Oganibi




######## Pentlatch




######## Pinuyumayan




######## Pouhoy




######## Poumong




######## Poussang




         Riberenos, Amazon River
######## People
######## Singmoon




######## Solteco




######## Tahang




######## Tai Peung




######## Taket




######## Tamoy




######## Tanda-Mayo
######## Tchaho




######## Thmaun




######## Tsong




######## Wokarangma




######## Wurom




######## Lanoh




######## Indo Vietnamese
######## Kongsat




######## Lao




######## Lao Ga




######## Lao Krang




######## Lao Ngaew




######## Lao Wieng




######## Tai Bueng
######## Laomian




######## Laopang




######## Zapoteco, Santiago Lapaguia




######## Laragia




######## Lardil




######## Larevat




######## A-Hmao
######## Hmong Vron




######## Lali




######## Larestani




######## Larike-Wakasihu




######## Laro




######## Larteh




######## Laru
######## Lasalimu




######## Lasgerdi




######## Lashi




######## Lassi




######## Latu




######## Latunde




######## Jew, Latvian Speaking
######## Latvian




######## Lau




######## Laua




######## Lauan




######## Laudje




######## Laura




######## Lavatbura-Lamusong
######## Brao




######## Laven




######## Russel Islander




######## Dayak, Lawangan




######## Lawangan




######## Pasir




######## Piva
######## Layakha




######## Laz




######## Chinanteco, Lealao




######## Kaili Ledo




######## Lelau




######## Lefa




######## Mwenga Lega
######## Lega




######## Gbo




######## Legenyem




######## Lehali




######## Lehalurup




######## Naga, Leinong




######## Pitilu
######## Lelak




######## Lele




######## Lele




######## Lele




######## Lele




######## Buem




######## Lelepa
######## Lembena




######## Lemio




######## Lemolang




######## Lemoro




######## Lenakel




######## Lendu




######## Lengilu
######## Lengo




######## Lengola




######## Lengua




######## Lenje




######## Lenkau




######## Nyima




######## Lepcha
######## Lepki




######## Lere




######## Lese




######## Mbuti Pygmy, Twa




######## Lesing




######## Letemboi




######## Small Nambas, Mbotgote
######## Leti




######## Levuka




######## Tasiko, Lewo




######## Varsu




######## Lewo Eleng




######## Yigha




######## Lezgian
######## Lhop, Doya




######## Lhomi




######## Liabuku




######## Liana




######## Liamei Naga




######## Zhuang, Lianshan




######## Americo-Liberian
######## Cape Palmas Creole




######## Liberian Creole




######## Libido




######## Binza




######## Libinza




######## Arab, Cyrenaican




######## Arab, Libyan
######## Bedouin, Fezzan




######## Bedouin, Kufra




######## Bedouin, Riyah




######## Bedouin, Sanusi




######## Bedouin, Sirtican




######## Berber, Jofra




######## Gypsy, Nawari
######## Jew, Libyan




######## Ligbi




######## Genja




######## Ligurian




######## Monegasque




######## Lihir




######## Megili
######## Liko




######## Liki




######## Likila




######## Kuba, Likuba




######## Likum




######## Kwala




######## Lilau
######## Lillooet




######## Bamassa Pygmy




######## Limbu




######## Panchthar




######## Yakthungba




######## Wimbum




######## Limilngan
######## Northern Kalinga




######## Linduan




######## Lingala




######## Mangala




######## Lingao




######## Lingarak




######## Linghim
######## Li'o




######## Apache, Lipan




######## Lipo, Black Lisu




######## Lipo, Eastern




######## Lisabata-Nuniali




######## Lisela




######## Haisa Tangsa
######## Khalim Tangsa




######## Lish Monpa




######## Momba




######## Monpa




######## Jew, Azerbaijani




######## Lishanan




######## Jew, Kurdistani
######## Arbil




######## Lisu




######## Tanglang




######## Tuwo




######## Yobin




######## Lithuanian




######## Litzlitz-Visele
######## Zhuang, Liujiang




######## Zhuang, Liuqian




######## Livonian




######## Olonetsian




######## Loarki




######## Lobala




######## Lobi
######## Logba




######## Logo




######## Logol




######## Maragoli




######## Logorif




######## Logudorese Sardinian




######## Quichua, Highland, Loja
######## Yako




######## Loko




######## Lokoya




######## Lola




######## Lolak




######## Lole




######## Lolo
######## Loloda




######## Enipu




######## Luoluopo, Central




######## Popei




######## Lomapo




######## Loma




######## Lomaiviti Islander
######## Gypsy, Armenian Bosha




######## Lomavren




######## Bergamasco




######## Lombard




######## Lombi




######## Lombo




######## Lomwe
######## Lonchong




######## Naga, Long Phuri




######## Tutoh Kenyah




######## Longgu




######## Woko




######## Longuda




######## Loniu
######## Craig Cove




######## Lonzo




######## Lo




######## Lopawa




######## Lopi




######## Lopid




######## Lorang
######## Lorediakarkar




######## Spanish, Loreto-Ucayali




######## Uvol




######## Lhota




######## Lotha




######## Tooga




######## Tuaran Dusun
######## Lou




######## Louisiana Creole French




######## Loun




######## Saxon, Low




######## Baragaunle




######## Loba




######## Dani, Lower Grand Valley
######## Kurima




######## Selekau




######## Tanana, Lower




######## Lower Tanudan Kalinga




######## Taoih, Lower




######## Chontal de Oaxaca, Costa




######## Tarahumara, Baja
######## Zapoteco, Loxicha




######## Lozi




######## Han Tai




######## Huayao Tai




######## Lao Lom




######## Paxi




######## Tai Lu
######## Tai Lu




######## Lua', East Pua Pray




######## Madi, Khatin




######## Luang




######## Luba-Lulua




######## Luba




######## Lubila
######## Lubu




######## Lubuagan Kalinga




######## Luchazi




######## Ludian




######## Lufu




######## Lugbara




######## Luguru
######## Luhu




######## Lui




######## Luimbi




######## Luiseno




######## Dompago




######## Lule Saami




######## Lumba-Yakkha
######## Lumbu




######## Lomon




######## Kuba




######## Lunape




######## Lunda




######## Ndembu Lunda




######## Yeke
######## Murut, Lundayeh




######## Lungga




######## Dholuo




######## Suba




######## Miao, Luobohe




######## Xi




######## Luri
######## Leku




######## Lusengo




######## Lushootseed




######## Kaliai




######## Lutachoni




######## Nduka




######## Ruto
######## Lwena




######## Luwathiya




######## Jur Luo




######## Belgians, Luxemburgian




######## Luxemburgian




######## Kwandi




######## Kwanga
######## Luyana




######## Luhya




######## Lwalwa




######## Lela




######## Ma




######## Mebu




######## Maa
######## Maka




######## Maanyak Dayak




######## Fulbe Kita




######## Maay




######## Midgan




######## Maba




######## Maba, Bitjoli
######## Mabaale




######## Maaban




######## Southern Burun, Maban




######## Mabaka Valley Kalinga




######## Maca




######## Agualinda Guajibo




######## Macanese
######## Macedonian




######## Pataree




######## Aromanian




######## Machambe




######## Ongamo




######## Machiguenga




######## Machinere
######## Machinga




######## Maco




######## Jepa-Matsi




######## Makuna




######## Yahuna




######## Makuxi




######## Mada
######## Madda




######## Madak




######## Maden




######## Palamul




######## Gira




######## Madi




######## Madngele
######## Bawean




######## Kangean




######## Madura




######## Mae




######## Itneg, Maeng




######## Mafa




######## Mafea
######## Sukiyar




######## Sambal, Mag-Anchi




######## Sambal, Bataan




         Mixteco, Magdalena
######## Penasco




######## Magdhi




######## Sambal, Mag-Indi




######## Magoma
######## Magori




######## Ilanun




######## Iranun




######## Magindanaw




######## Mahei




######## Mahongwe




######## Mau
######## Ayamaru




######## Saki




######## Maiadom




######## Tani




######## Maii




######## Mailu




######## Maindo
######## Mainfrankisch




######## Kenyah, Bahau River




######## Kenyah, Bakung




######## Kenyah, Kayan River




######## Kenyah, Kelinyau




######## Kenyah, Mahakam




######## Kenyah, Upper Baram
######## Madang




######## Mairasi




######## Maisin




######## Adbas




######## Aghori




######## Aghori Bawa




######## Bakho
######## Khatwa




######## Khetauri




######## Khulna




######## Kwawar




######## Maghaiya




######## Maitili




######## Maiwa
######## Maiwa




######## Maiwala




######## Mesengo




######## Majera




######## Majhi




######## Madukayang Kalinga




######## Mo
######## Panyam




######## South Makaa




######## Makah




######## Makasai




######## Makassar




######## Aturu




######## Lewaea-Dewara
######## Tirio




######## Makhuwa




######## Makhuwa-Marrevone




######## Makhuwa-Meetto




######## Mwinika, Makhuwa-Moniga




######## Makhuwa-Saka




######## Makhuwa-Shirima
######## Maklew




######## Makolkol




######## Makonde




######## Maviha




######## Maku'a




######## Makurapi




######## Naga, Makuri
######## Makwe




######## Palma




######## Naga, Makyan




######## Mal




######## Malto




######## Pay




######## Rumaya
######## Chitties




######## Kristang




######## Malakhel




######## Malalamai




######## Malango




######## Malai Arayan




######## Malas
######## Malasanga




######## Lomwe, Nguru




######## Sena, Malawi




######## Asahan




######## Bazaar Low Malay Creole




######## Lakitan




######## Malay
######## Malay, East Malaysia




######## Malay, Ende




######## Orang Pantai Timur




######## Pindah




######## Sambas




######## Sintang




######## Aiyanavar
######## Ajila




######## Alambadi Kurichchan




######## Ambalavasi




######## Ambattan




######## Arasar




######## Arayan




######## Arayavathi
######## Aryi




######## Ayyanavar




######## Chakkan




######## Chavalakkaran




######## Chengazhi Nambiyar




######## Cheruman, Hindu




######## Cheruman, Muslim
######## Chingathanar




######## Dagi, Hindu




######## Eluthassan




######## Gavara




######## Ilavan




######## Ilavaniyan




######## Ilavathi
######## Ilayathu




######## Izabatha




######## Kakkalan




######## Kalandi




######## Kalladi




######## Kallasari




######## Kallattu Kurup
######## Kanakkan




######## Kanikaran




######## Kaniyan




######## Karimpalan




######## Kathikkaran




######## Kavara




######## Kavathi
######## Kavuthiyan




######## Keralamuthali




######## Kidaran




######## Kitaran




######## Kochu Velan




######## Kolayiri




######## Kollakar
######## Kollara, Karnataka




######## Kootan




######## Kudumban




######## Kundavadiga




######## Kuravan




######## Kurukkal




######## Lakshadweepi
######## Mala Kuravan




######## Malabar Catholic




######## Malai Arayan




######## Malai Pandaram




######## Malai Vedan




######## Malakkuravan




######## Malamuthuvan
######## Malayalar




######## Malayan, Caste




######## Malayan, Tribe




######## Malayekandi




######## Mannan, Caste




######## Mannan, Tribe




######## Mappila
######## Mukkari




######## Mukkuvan, Christian




######## Mukkuvan, Hindu




######## Mukkuvan, Muslim




######## Musari




######## Mutali




######## Muthathu
######## Muttatu




######## Muvvari




######## Nair




######## Navait




######## Padannan




######## Palleyan




######## Palluvan
######## Panan




######## Paniyan




######## Paravan




######## Pathiyan




######## Pathynaickan




######## Perumannan




######## Pulayan, Christian
######## Pulayan, Hindu




######## Pulayan, Vettuvan




######## Shabi




######## Shafi




######## Syrian Christian




######## Thandan




######## Thandan Palakkad
######## Thantapulayan




######## Thiyya




######## Tiyattunni




######## Ulladan




######## Urali




######## Valan




######## Valanchian
######## Vallan




######## Velakkithalanayan




######## Velan




######## Veluthadanayar




######## Vetan




######## Vettuvan




######## Melayu Kalimantan
######## Malaynon




######## Malayo




######## Birifor, Malba




######## Male




######## Male, Koliku




######## Passamaquoddy




######## Guatuso
######## Maleng




######## Maleu




######## Orierh




######## Toman Islander




######## Gulfe




######## Gaktai




######## Maligo
######## Malila




######## Mulimba




######## Malimpung




######## Tlapaneco, Malinaltepec




######## Malo




######## Malon




######## Jew, Maltese Speaking
######## Maltese, Maltese-Speaking




######## Malua Bay




######## Babar




######## Bhanumati




######## Kharol




######## Kumalia




######## Naita
######## Sondhia




######## Mam, Central




######## Mam, Northern




######## Mam, Tajumulco




         Mam, Todos Santos
######## Cuchumatan




######## Sacatepequez Mam




######## Southern Mam
######## Tacaneco




######## Mama, Kwarra




######## Mamaa




######## Nambiquara, Northern




######## Negarote




######## Negrito, Mamanwa




######## Senufo, Mamara
######## Mamasa




######## Pattae'




######## Mambai




######## Mangbai




######## Mambora




######## Mambwe-Lungu




######## Mamprusi
######## Mamuju




######## Mamusi




######## Mamvu




######## Manmet




######## Malay, Menadonese




######## Manam




######## Manambu
######## Manang




######## Northern Gurung




######## Manchu




######## Manda




######## Mandawaka




######## Mandaean




######## Mandandanyi
######## Mandar




######## Tabar




######## Mondari




######## Adu




######## Chuanlan




######## Chuanqing




######## Daizhan
######## Daur, Western




######## Diao




######## Digao




######## Duota




######## Eurasian




######## Gaiji




######## Gaisu, Southern
######## Gaisu, Western




######## Gesu




######## Han Chinese, generic




######## Han Chinese, Shaojiang




######## Han, Vietnamese




######## Hezhen




######## Hui
######## Jew, Mandarin Speaking




######## Kyakala




######## Laba




######## Lemo




######## Limin




######## Linghua




######## Liujia
######## Longjia




######## Lopi




######## Lu




######## Miao, Baishi




######## Miao, Enshi




######## Michi




######## Ming
######## Ongkor




######## Palyu




######## Pubiao




######## Pusha




######## Samadu, Eastern




######## Samadu, Western




######## Saman
######## Shenzhou




######## Shui, Yunnan




######## Sino-Native




######## Tujia




######## Xialusi




######## Xijima




######## Yizi
######## You Tai




######## Cataelano Mandaya




######## Mandaya, Sangab




######## Sangab Mandaya




######## Kir




######## Naar




######## Sanhai, Hindu
######## Mander, Foya




######## Mandinka




######## Bok




######## Mandyak




######## Mandobo Atas




######## Mandobo Bawah




######## Manem
######## Mang




######## Manga Kanuri




######## Mangarla




######## Mangarai




######## Mangarevan




######## Mangas




######## Mangaya
######## Mangbetu




######## Mangbutu




######## Mangerr




######## Mangga Buang




######## Manggarai




######## Mango




######## Mangole
######## Masegi




######## North Camarines Agta




######## Manikion




######## Manipa




######## Soow Huhelia




######## Mankanya




######## Mano
######## Manon




######## Wokam




######## Mansaka Mandaya




######## Mansi




######## Kunante




######## Amasi




######## Mantsi
######## Manumanaw Karen




######## Waelulu




######## Wahai




######## Manx




######## Manya




######## Manyawa




######## Morunahua
######## Manyika




######## Manja




######## Illemei




######## Maonan




######## Comorian, Maore




######## Maori




######## New Zealanders, Maori
######## Mape




######## Mapena




######## Central Buang




######## Mapoyo




######## Mapuche




######## Jama Mapun, Bajau Kagayan




######## Maquiritari, Pawana
######## Mara




######## Mara Chin




######## Maraghei




######## Maragus




######## Koirao




######## Maramei




######## Maramba
######## Maranao




######## Maranunggu




######## Abu Sharib




######## Marari




######## Agri




######## Alitkar Salankar




######## Alkari
######## Andh




######## Arvi




######## Arya




######## Bahrupi




######## Barda




######## Bhand, Hindu




######## Bhansali Vegu
######## Bharaser




######## Bhumak




######## Bidur




######## Chaturtha Jain




######## Chimur




######## Chitrakar, Hindu




######## Dabgar, Hindu
######## Dandigan




######## Dhale




######## Dhavad




######## Dhor




######## Dhruva




######## Futgi




######## Futgudi
######## Gaondi




######## Gawli




######## Ghadasi




######## Giddikki




######## Gondhali




######## Gowari




######## Halba
######## Halleer




######## Hatkar




######## Holar




######## Jew, Marathi Speaking




######## Jirayat




######## Kachari, Hindu




######## Karasgar
######## Kasar




######## Kathodi




######## Kokna




######## Kolhati




######## Koli Dhor




######## Koli Mahadev




######## Koli Malhar
######## Lingader Boreru




######## Madgi




######## Mahar Christian




######## Mahar Potraj




######## Mahar, Hindu




######## Mahar, Muslim




######## Mahili, Mahle
######## Mahratta




######## Mana




######## Manbhav




######## Mang Garudi




######## Marathi




######## Matang




######## Matang Christian
######## Naikwadi




######## Nau Buddh




######## Pangul




######## Phudgi




######## Prabhu Kayastha




######## Ramoshi




######## Rangrez, Hindu
######## Sahi




######## Saithwar




######## Saltangar




######## Samagara




######## Sangar




######## Sillekyatha




######## Somvanshi
######## Tagwale




######## Talkute




######## Taria




######## Thakkar




######## Tirmali




######## Vanjara




######## Marau
######## Kulung




######## Marba




######## Monogoy




######## Marengge




######## Marendje




######## Marfa




######## Margany
######## Marghi Central




######## South Marghi




         Quechua, Margos-Yarowilca-
######## Lauricocha




######## Margu




######## Mari




######## Mari




######## Maria
######## Maricopa




######## Maridan




######## Maridjabin




######## Marimanindji




######## Marind Southeast Marind




######## Maring, Yoadabe-Watoare




######## Maring
######## Maringarr




######## Marino




######## Mairiri




######## Marithiel




######## Mariyedi




######## Marka




######## Endo
######## Sambirir




######## Talai




######## Marovo




######## Marshallese




######## Magadige




######## Gardudjara




######## Mantjiltjara
######## Martu Wangka




######## Wangkajungka




######## Yulparitja




######## Martuyhunira




######## Maru




######## Marubo




######## Alwar
######## Bania, Bijabargi




######## Bania, Marwadi




######## Khandelwal




######## Megh, Hindu




######## Nyaria




######## Pajabgar




######## Rathia, Muslim
######## Southern Marwari




######## Bairwa




######## Baori




######## Bhil Mina




######## Bishnoi




######## Chauhan




######## Dadupanthi
######## Jingar




######## Kammara




######## Marwari Bhil




######## Sargara




######## Sirvi




######## Southern Mawari




######## Masaba
######## Masadiit Itneg




######## Arusha




######## Baraguyu




######## Maasai




######## Mukogodo




######## Okiek




######## Massalit
######## Budugum




######## Dami




######## Masa




######## Masbateno




######## Cujareno




######## Mashi




######## Mashi Bushman
######## Masikoro




######## Masimasi




######## Bonfia




######## Maskelyne Islander




######## Maskoy Pidgin




######## Maslam




######## Mesmedje
######## Massep




######## Balda




######## Matal




######## Matbat




######## Matengo




######## Matepi




######## Tigwa-Matig-Salug Manobo
######## Matipuhy-Nahukua




######## Marajona




######## Matis




######## Nenaya




######## Mayoruna




######## Matukar




######## Matumbi
######## Samo, Northern Samo




######## Maung




######## Ulingan




######## Mawa




######## Mawak




######## Mawan




######## Mawes
######## Maxakali




######## Mahi




######## Ma'ya




######## Sanan, Bangassogo




######## Mayaguduna




######## Mayeka




######## Mayo
######## Mayogo




######## Ngbee




######## Mayoyao Ifugao




######## Mazagway




######## Zapoteco, Mazaltepec




######## Mazanderani




######## Mazateco, Mazatlan
######## Mixe, Mazatlan




######## Mba




######## Mbala




######## Mbalantu




######## Mbanza




######## Mbangala




######## Mbangi
######## Mbangwe




######## Mbara




######## Mbariman-Gudhinma




######## Mbacca Pygmy




######## Mbati




######## Gwa, Mbato




######## Sara Mbai
######## Western Mbube




######## Mbaw




######## Mbedam




######## Mbelime




######## Ambede, Mbede




######## Mbere




######## Mbere Gbaya
######## Mbesa




######## Mbo




######## Mbo




######## Mboi




######## Mbuku




######## Mbole




######## Mboa
######## Mboa, Mbonga




######## Kamkam




######## Mbosi




######## Mbowe




######## Mbu




######## Mbugu




######## Mbugwe
######## Mboku




######## Mbukushu




######## Mbula




######## Mbula-Bwazza




######## Dumbule




######## Baga Fore




######## Mbum
######## Mbunda




######## Mbunga




######## Barke




######## Mbwela




######## Brazilian Guarani




######## Hameha




######## Medebur
######## Media Lengua




######## Mediak




######## Aleut, Mednyj




######## Bamileke-Medumba




######## Me'en




######## Me'en




######## Mefele
######## Migam




######## Meglenite




######## Mehek




######## Mehinaku




######## Fayfa




######## Mahra




######## Khuangsai
######## Loi




######## Manipuri




######## Thoubalkonou




######## Mekeo




######## Mekmek




######## Mekwei




######## Mele-Fila
######## Borai




######## Melo




######## Medlpa




######## Kayan, Mendalam




######## Mandankwe




######## Seim




######## Mende
######## Mengaka




######## Mengen




######## Mangisa




######## Mengisa




######## Menka




######## Menomini




######## Mentawaian
######## Menya




######## Meoswar




######## Mer




######## Meramera




######## Lametin




######## Mere




######## Miriam
######## Merelava-Merig




######## Meru




######## Birarea




######## Deshantri




######## Deshwali, Muslim




######## Dhanohi




######## Ganohha
######## Hiranbaj




######## Jarrah




######## Lek




######## Neria




######## Salotri




######## Sarabara




######## Sowan
######## Banagere




######## Apache, Mescalero




######## Momolili




######## Sauk-Fox




######## Mesme




######## Mesmes




######## Arab, Iranian
######## Arab, Iraqi




######## Zott Gypsy




######## Mesqan




######## Widekum




######## Mixteco, Metlatonoc




######## Chudigar




######## Daroga, Hindu
######## Dehati Maithili




######## Ghisadi




######## Gurru




######## Kalbelia




######## Kamad




######## Khumra, Hindu




######## Mehar
######## Rangaswami




######## Salvi




######## Shorgar, Muslim




######## Silawat, Muslim




######## Takali




######## Meax




######## Popoloca, Mezontla
######## Otomi, Mezquital




######## Mfinu




######## Kofa




######## Nfumte




         Zapoteco, Miahuatlan
######## Central




######## Mianmin




######## Pila
######## Hmong Leng




######## Hmong, White




######## Miao, Chuan




######## Miao, Southern Guiyang




######## Red Meo




######## Cree, French




######## Metis
######## Han Chinese, Mandarin




######## Mazahua, Michoacan




######## Nahuatl, Michoacan




######## Dani, Mid Grand Valley




######## Maraliinan




######## Arabized Midob




######## Midobi
######## Banda, Mid-Southern




######## Dukpu




######## Wasa




######## Yakpa




######## Jongor




######## Migaama




######## Migabac
######## Kolom




######## Deng, Geman




######## Idu




######## Miju




######## Mikasuki Seminole




######## Micmac




######## Mili
######## Miltu




######## Chinese, Min Bei




######## Han Chinese, Hui'an




######## Han Chinese, Min Dong




######## Chinese, Min Nan




######## Han Chinese, Hainanese




######## Han Chinese, Shaozhou
######## Han Chinese, Taiwanese




######## Han Chinese, Teochew




######## Han Chinese, Xunpu




######## Siraya




######## Han Chinese, Min Zhong




######## Hina




######## Minangkabau
######## Muko-Muko




######## Talang Mamak




######## Minanibai




######## Kukuya




######## Mineveha, Minavega




######## Mindiri




######## Mingang Doso
######## Munga




######## Mingrelian




######## Meneca Huitoto




######## Wiaki




######## Minigir




######## Minokok Dusun




######## Mendriq
######## Mintil




######## Zhuang, Minz




######## Micha




######## Matawari




######## Mirandes




######## Mire




######## Hill Miri
######## Miri




######## Namsang Tangsa




######## Miriwung




######## Mirpur Punjabi




######## Chip




######## Misima-Paneati




######## Miskito
######## Nicaraguan Sumu




######## Zapoteco, Mitla




######## Mixteco, Mitlatongo




######## Kinya-Mituku




######## Miu




######## Miwa




######## Mikifore
######## Zapoteco, Mixtepec




######## Miya




######## Mikayo




######## Soruba




######## Hualngo




######## Mizo




######## Mizo, Lushai
######## Poi




######## Tlau




######## Mlabri




######## Kwansu




######## Mlomp




######## Benyi




######## Bafumen
######## Northern Fungom




######## Moba, Bimoba




######## Aizi, Mobumrin




######## Mocheno




######## Chagga




######## Chagga




######## Mocho
######## Mocovi




######## Gweri




######## Modang




######## Arab, Cypriot




######## Cypriot, Greek




######## Egyptians, Greek-Speaking




######## Greek
######## Greek-Australian




######## Italian, Greek-Speaking




######## Jew, Greek Speaking




######## Karakachan




######## Romany, Greek




######## Madole




######## Moere
######## Mofu, South




######## Mogum




######## Mohave




######## Mohawk




######## Moi




######## Moi, Mosana




######## Moikodi
######## Moingi




######## Mok




######## Moken




######## Mokerang




######## Mokilese




######## Moklen




######## Monkole
######## Kpe




######## Mordvin-Moksha




######## Molbog




######## Molima




######## Salakahadi




######## Aunalei




######## Molof
######## Molokwo




######## Vere




######## Kulawi




######## Momole




######## Mombum




######## Momina




######## Somahai
######## Mon, Talaing




######## Monde




######## Mondropolon




######## Ekonda




######## Mongo




######## Mpama




         Mongol (Papua New
######## Guinea)
######## Buriat, Mongolia




######## Mongondow




######## Moni




######## Mono, Mon-Non




######## Mono, Amono




######## Mono, Alu




######## Mono
######## Monom




######## Sirti




######## Montagnais




######## Montol




######## Monumbo




######## Monjombo




######## Gwomu
######## Cree, Moose




######## Maya, Mopan




######## Mor




######## Moraid




######## Morawa




######## Nahuatl, Morelos




######## Morerebi
######## Murisapa




######## Mori Atas




######## Mori Bawah




######## Morigi Islander




######## Chagossian




######## Indo-Mauritian




######## Mauritian
######## Mauritian Creole




######## Moro




######## Arab, Moroccan




######## Ghomara




######## Harratine




######## Jebala




######## Nubian, Arabized
######## Morokmodo




######## Bernde




######## Moronene




######## Morari




######## Moruas




######## Mortlockese




######## Moru
######## Mosimo




######## Mosiro




######## Meninggo




######## Mossi




######## Yana




######## Yarse




######## Zaore
######## Mota




######## Motalava




######## Motu




######## Mouk-Aria




######## Mountain Koiari




######## Movima




######## Itneg, Moyadan
######## Bujur




######## Mpade




######## Mpi




######## Mbimu




######## Konabem, Kunabeeb




######## Pobyeng




######## Pongyong
######## Mpoto




######## Mpotovoro




######## Mpuon




######## Amberbaken




######## Chin, Mro




######## Mru




######## Kotoko-Kuseri
######## Mount Iraya Agta




######## Negrito, Mount Iriga




######## Mualang




######## Tao-Suamato




######## Mubi




######## Mudbura




######## Vitu
######## Mufian




######## Mugali




######## Muinane




######## Mokoulou




######## Mulao




######## Mulao Jia




######## Mullukmulluk
######## Muluridyi




######## Katiati




######## Gongla




######## Mumuye




######## Chin, Cho




######## Mindat




######## Mun Chin
######## Muna




######## Munda




######## Bu




######## Mundang




######## Mundani




######## Latar




######## Mundari
######## Mundat




######## Mundu




######## Munduruku




######## Mungaka




######## Munggui




######## Munkip




######## Muniche
######## Munit




######## Munji




######## Muong




######## Asat




######## Murik Kayan




######## Murik




######## Murkim
######## Murele




######## Murinbata




######## Mursi




######## Murui Huitoto




######## Murupi




######## Muruwari




######## Musak
######## Aregerek




######## Musasa




######## Banana




######## Mousgoum




######## Mushungulu




######## Lematang




######## Musi Banyuasin
######## Musi Sekayu




######## Palembang




######## Pegagan




######## Penesak




######## Rawas




######## Mussulman Tat




######## Tat
######## Musom




######## Emira




######## Mudugar




######## Tuam




######## Manyak




######## Minyak




######## Muya
######## Muyang




######## Muyuw




######## Magu




######## Mvuba




######## Sura




######## Comorian, Mwali




######## Mona
######## Mwani




######## Mwatebu




######## Mwera, Chimwera




######## Mwera, Nyasa




######## Mwimbi-Muthambi




######## Myene




######## ‡Khomani
######## Na




######## Nawa Sherpa




######## Nasioi




######## Bilala




######## Medogo




######## Nabak




######## Mitang
######## Nachering




######## Nadeb Maku




######## Dompo




######## Senufo, Nafana




######## Sirak




######## Nafri




######## Duwinna
######## Jabal Nafusah




######## Jerba




######## Matmata




######## Tamezret




######## Taoujjout




######## Zawa




######## Zuwarah
######## Kalya Kengyu




######## Nage




######## Biaka




######## Bedouin, Najdi




######## Nakaela




######## Nakai




######## Nakama
######## West Nakanai




######## Nakara




######## Nake




######## Mekaf




######## Nakwi




######## Naltya




######## Nali-Yiru
######## Okro




######## Nalik




######## Nalu




######## Nama




######## Nama, Gimsbok




######## Nama




######## Namakura
######## Namat




######## Arufe




######## Nambya




######## Na Meo




######## Edawapi




######## Namie




######## Namiae
######## Dorro




######## Mari, Dorro




######## Mawae




######## Tais




######## Namonuito




######## Namosi




######## Namuyi
######## Namuzi




######## Nanai




######## Nancere




######## Nande




######## Sanza




######## Swaga




######## Yira
######## Senufo, Nanerige




######## Nanggu




######## Nangumiri




######## Nankina




######## Cogapacori




######## Nanubae




######## Quichua, Lowland, Napo
######## Napu




######## Nar Phu




######## Nara




######## Narak




######## Narango




######## Narau




######## Narin
######## Naron




######## Nhai




######## Nharo




######## Tsaukwe




######## Narom




######## Narungga




######## Nasal
######## Nasarian




######## Naskapi




######## Natanzi




######## Amis, Nataoran




######## Nateni




######## Natthembo




######## Natioro
######## Santa Cruz




######## Naueti




######## Yupik, Naukan




######## Nauna




######## Nauruan




######## Navajo




######## Navut
######## Nawaru




######## Losso




######## Nawuri




######## Malimasa




######## Mosuo




######## Naheng




######## Naju
######## Naxi




######## Naxi, Northern




######## Nao




######## Nayini




######## Mungong




######## Ncane




######## Nchumbulu
######## Galke




######## Ndaka




######## Ncha




######## Ndaktup




######## Ndali




######## Ndam




######## Ndamba
######## Bamileke Ndanda




######## Bandasa




######## Ndau




######## Senji




######## Tonga




######## Tonga




######## Ndemli
######## Ndendeule




######## Ndengereko




######## Nde




######## Eliri




######## Okebu




######## Ndobo




######## Ndoe
######## Ndogo




######## Ndolo




######## Ndom




######## Ndombe




######## Ndonde




######## Ndonga




######## Ndoro
######## Nduga




######## Bandoumu, Minduumo




######## Ndunda




######## Ndunga




######## Ndut




######## Comorian, Ndzwani




######## Neapolitan-Calabrian
######## Nedebang




######## Orang Negeri, Minang




######## Negidal




######## Nissan




######## Nek




######## Nekgini




######## Neko
######## Neku




######## Neme




######## Nemi




######## Nen




######## Angaua




######## Yurak Samoyed




######## Nengonese
######## Bankariya




######## Bhote




######## Bhotia, Sikkim




######## Bhujel




######## Byasi




######## Chelan




######## Chhairottan
######## Chhetri




######## Chidimar




######## Churaute




######## Damai




######## Dauta




######## Doteli




######## Dumi
######## Dura




######## Gaine




######## Ganghar




######## Gatha




######## Gharti




######## Gorkha




######## Gorkhodia
######## Gyasumdoba




######## Hayu




######## Hudke




######## Jumeli




######## Jumleli




######## Kameng




######## Kami
######## Kau




######## Kawmi




######## Khas




######## Kunwar




######## Kusunda




######## Lhotshampa




######## Nepalese
######## Newar




######## Phri




######## Po




######## Rai




######## Sarki




######## Sonowar




######## Surel
######## Tajpuriya




######## Tamauta




######## Thakuri




######## Tokpegola




######## Nete




######## New Caledonian Javanese




######## Baktapur
######## Dolkhali




######## Kathmandu




######## Neyo




######## Nez Perce




######## Matu Chin




######## Nyanganyatjara




######## Eastern Guaymi
######## Guaymi




######## Ngada




######## Ngadjunmaya




######## Ngaing




######## Kahaian




######## Katingan




######## Ngaju Dayak
######## Ngala, Kara




######## Ngalakan




######## Ngalkbun




######## Ngalum




######## Horo




######## Ngam




######## Ngamambo
######## Sara Ngambai




######## Ngamini




######## Ngamo




######## Tavgi Samoyed




######## Ngando, Dingando




######## Ngando




######## Ngandyera
######## Gangam




######## Ngarinman




######## Ngarinyin




######## Ngarla




######## Ngarluma




######## Angas




######## Ngawn Chin
######## Ngawun




######## Comorian, Ngazidja




######## Ngbaka




######## Ngbaka Mabo




######## Ngariawan




######## Ngbaka Manza




######## Ngbinda
######## Ngbundu




######## Angba




######## Ngemba




######## Khlor




######## Ngae




######## Nguete




######## Nggem
######## Nggwahyi




######## Ngi




######## Bamileke-Batcham




######## Ngile




######## Ngindo




######## Ngeti




######## Ngizim
######## Kanum




######## Ngom




######## Ngomba




######## Bamileke-Ngombale




######## Ngombe




######## Ngombe




######## Ngong
######## Ngoni




######## Ngishe




######## Ngoli




######## Nguu




######## Ngumbi




######## Ngondi




######## Ngundu
######## Teke, Northeast




######## Nguon




######## Ngura




######## Nguruimi




######## Ngurmbur




######## Ngwaba




######## Ngwe
######## Ngwo




######## Nhuwala




######## Batu




######## Niassan




######## Nielim




######## Mambila, Nigeria




######## Bauchi Fulani
######## Bororo, Fulfulde




######## Nigerian Creole




######## Nii




######## Nijadali




######## Kabiano




######## Nila




######## Iramba
######## Zamral




######## Nimanbur




######## Nimbari, Nyamnyam




######## Nimboran




######## Nimi




######## Nimo




######## Nimowa
######## Ninam




######## Nindi




######## Negira




######## Ninggera




######## Ninggerum




######## Ningil




######## Ningye
######## Yali, Ninia




######## Ninzam




######## Nipsan




######## Bonefa




######## Nass-Gitksian




######## Luoluopo, Southeastern




######## Bangro
######## Dafla




######## Hotang Tangsa




######## Langkai Tangsa




######## Lowang Tangsa




######## Ngimong Tangsa




######## Nissi




######## Nonong
######## Panchen Monpa




######## Pongkong




######## Puroik




######## Rangai Tangsa




######## Siram




######## Tagin




######## Tagin Bangni
######## Taram




######## Niuafoou




######## Niuean




######## Chulupe




######## Ngalgulgule




######## Nzebi




######## Nyen
######## Njyem




######## Nkangala




######## Nkari




######## Nkem-Nkum




######## Nkhumbi




######## Nkongho




######## Nkonya
######## Nkoro




######## Lukolwe




######## Nkoya




######## Shasha




######## Nkukoli




######## Bosaka, Ekota




######## Hamba
######## Ngongo




######## Nkutu




######## Nnam




######## Nubian, Fedicca-Mahas




######## Garuh




######## Liju Nocte




######## Nocte
######## Ponthai Nocte




######## Tutcha Nocte




######## Nogay




######## Nokuku




######## Nomande




######## Nomane




######## Nomatsiguenga
######## Nomu




######## Zhuang, Nong




######## Serer-Non




######## Noni




######## Nootka




######## Chatino, Nopala




######## Norra
######## Eskimo, North Alaskan




######## North Ambrym Islanders




######## Asmat, Northern




######## Yair




######## Azerbaijani




######## Babar, North




######## Leco
######## Quechua, North Bolivian




######## Mixe, Norte Central




######## Northern Efate




######## North Fali




######## North Gisiga




######## Quechua, North Junin




######## Alawite
######## Arab, Lebanese




######## Arab, Levantine




######## Arab, Syrian




######## Druze




######## Jew, Syrian




######## North Marquesan




######## Mofu, North
######## Malay, North Moluccan




######## Muyu, North




######## Ndebele




######## Nuaulu, North




######## Slavey, Northern




######## Tairora




######## Tana, North
######## Wahgi, North




######## Onank




######## Wemale, North




######## Arigibi




######## Northeast Kiwai




######## Maidu




######## Pashayi, Northeast
######## Ageer




######## Dinka, Northeastern




######## Tai Kaleun




######## Thai, Northeastern




######## Ditaylin Dumagat




######## Northern Alta




######## Teleut
######## Northern Amami-Oshima




######## Osima




######## Betsimisaraka, North




######## Karolanos




######## Bobo Madare, Northern




######## Cakchiquel, Northern




######## Northern Catanduanes Bikol
         Quechua, Ancash,
######## Conchucos, Northern




######## Dagaaba




######## Dong, Northern




######## Cree, Northern East




######## Embera, Northern




######## Northern Frisian




######## Ghale, Northern
######## Grebo, Fopo-Bua




######## Grebo, Nitiabo




######## Grebo, Northern




######## Miao, Guiyang Northern




         Miao, Guiyang
######## Northwestern




######## Haida




######## Haisla
######## Gakkhar




######## Gujjar




######## Karal, Muslim




######## Northern Hindko (Hindki)




######## Tanaoli




######## Miao, Huishui Northern




######## Kankanay, Northern
######## Western Bontok




######## Northern Khmer




######## Kissi




######## Behdini




######## Herki




######## Kurd, Northern (Kermanji)




######## Shikaki
######## Surchi




######## Lohorong




######## Luri, Northern




######## Miao, Mashan Northern




######## Kambole




######## Ngbandi




######## Ngbandi, Southern
######## Nuna, Nouni




######## Nahuatl, Oaxaca Norte




######## One, Northern




######## Paiute, Northern




######## Pame Norte




######## Attar




######## Bashkar
######## Nilabi




######## Pashtun, Northern




######## Wotapuri-Katarqalai




######## Quichua, Pastaza, Northern




######## Nahuatl, Puebla Norte




######## Chrame




######## Pumi, Primmi
######## Beidongnuo




######## Hmu, Northern




######## Qanu




######## Qiang, Cimulin




######## Qiang, Luhua




######## Qiang, Mawo




######## Qiang, Yadu
######## Tibetan, Heishui




######## Xiangcheng




######## Northern Roglai




######## Lule Lapp, Samer




######## Saami, Northern




######## Northern Bikol Sorsogon




######## Subanon, Tuboy
######## Tarahumara, Norte




######## Tepehuan, Norte




######## Huay




######## Tai Wang




######## Thai, Northern




######## Northern Tiwa




######## Mixteco, Tlaxiaco Norte
######## Tusyan, Northern




######## Tutchone




######## Uzbek, Northern




######## Yukagir




######## Eskimo, Northwest Alaska




######## Baya, Gbaya




######## Mixteco, Oaxaca Noroeste
######## Pashayi, Northwest




######## Dinka, Northwestern




######## Fars, Northwestern




######## Ojibwa, Northwestern




######## Tamang, Northwestern




######## Tum




######## Jew, Norwegian Speaking
######## Norwegian




######## Bourba




######## Bulba




######## Notsi




######## Mpu




######## Akweto




######## Nsenga
######## Songo




######## Bassar




######## Ntomba




######## Bango




######## Nubi




######## Kutang Bhotia




######## Naath
######## Nugunu




######## Yambasa




######## Nuk




######## Macusa




######## Nukak, Maku




######## Komutu




######## Tasman Islander
######## Nukoro




######## Nukuria Islander




######## Numana




######## Numanggang




######## Siboma




######## Kwenyi




######## Derung
######## Nung




######## Nung, Highland




######## Nungali




######## Nunggubuyu




######## Nungu




######## Nupbi




######## Bassa Nge
######## Muinane Huitoto




######## Nusa Laut




######## Nu




######## Nyabwa-Nyedebwa




######## Nyaheun




######## Nyahkur




######## Nyakyusa
######## Yalayu




######## Nyali




######## Nimbari




######## Nyamal




######## Nyambo




######## Molo




######## Nyamusa-Molo
######## Iwa




######## Mwanga




######## Tambo




######## Nyamwezi




######## Humbe




######## Mungambwe




######## Nyaneka
######## Nyanga




######## Nyanga-Li




######## Donyiro




######## Nyangatom




######## Nyangbo




######## Nyangga




######## Nyangumarda
######## Nyanja, Chewa




######## Nyanja, Maravi




######## Hima




######## Nkole




######## Senufo, Nyarafolo




######## Turu




######## Nyaw
######## Tai Nyo




######## Nyawaygi




######## Nyemba




######## Nyengo




######## Nyenpa




######## Nyigina




######## Nyiha, Malawi
######## Nyiha




######## Nyika




######## Nyika, Tanzania




######## Lindrou




######## Nyindu




######## Nyole




######## Mubako
######## Nyore




######## Nyoro




######## Nyulnyul




######## Nyungwe




######## Nzakmbay




######## Nzakara




######## Njeng
######## Nzanyi




######## Appolo, Nzema




######## Obanliku




######## Oblo




######## Obo Manobo




######## Obokuitai




######## Obolo
######## Obulom




######## Ocaina




######## Auvergnat




######## Gascon




######## Languedocian




######## Limousin




######## Provencal
######## Mixteco, Ocotepec




######## Zapoteco, Ocotlan Oeste




######## Od




######## Vaddar, Sikh




######## Busa




######## Odoodee




######## O'Du
######## Odual




######## Odut




######## Ogba




######## Ogbia




######## Ogbogolo




######## Ogbronuagum




######## Erima
######## Oirata




######## Chinanteco, Ojitlan




######## Okanagon




######## Oki-No-Erabu




######## Okobo




######## Okodia




######## Ogori-Magongo
######## Murut, Kolod




######## Ambae, West




######## Emhalhe




######## Okpamheri




######## Okpe, Olama




######## Okpe




######## Oksapmin
######## Oku




######## Olo




######## Olubogo




######## Khayo




######## Olulumo-Ikom




######## Marachi




######## Marama
######## Kisa




######## Popoluca, Oluta




######## Tsoto




######## Wanga




######## Omagua




######## Omaha




######## Ponca
######## Arab, Omani




######## Omati




######## Mbaama




######## Ombo




######## Nahuatl, Ometepec




######## Omi




######## Aomie
######## Omotik




######## Ona




######## Oneida




######## Ta'oih, Lower




######## Onge




######## Birale




######## Onin
######## Onjob




######## Ono




######## Onabasulu




######## Onondaga




######## Ontenu




######## Ontong Java Islander




######## Coloured Creole
######## Opao




######## Opata




######## Buldit




######## Langa




######## Orang Kanaq




######## Orang Seletar




######## Oraon, Sadri
######## Orejon




######## Orri




######## Achari




######## Adi, Gallong




######## Agaru




######## Akula




######## Akuru
######## Amat




######## Ammakaipa




######## Anjula




######## Argali




######## Arisi




######## Aruva




######## Asari
######## Asra




######## Astaloki




######## Atchyalu




######## Badasuda




######## Badu




######## Baggilu




######## Bagheti
######## Baha'i




######## Bahuskal




######## Bakati




######## Banka




######## Bathudi




######## Bauti




######## Bavuri
######## Begulu




######## Belama




######## Benangi




######## Benni




######## Berta




######## Bethara




######## Betora
######## Bhadayi




######## Bhandari




######## Bhatura




######## Bhoppulia




######## Bhumia




######## Binjhal




######## Bissoyi
######## Bogulu




######## Bohuka




######## Boipari




######## Boisto




######## Bolanti




######## Bolasi




######## Bolodia
######## Bonka




######## Boratlika




######## Bosantiya




######## Bosyo




######## Botia




######## Budda




######## Bukora
######## Byrepati




######## Chakali




######## Chandala




######## Chandhai Maru




######## Chapali




######## Chaudia




######## Cherua
######## Chinda




######## Chotnia




######## Chuditya




######## Daityapati




######## Dammalia




######## Danchi




######## Dandasi
######## Dangaito




######## Dari




######## Dehuri




######## Dendra




######## Dentiya




######## Desau Bhumij




######## Devangri
######## Dhakoda




######## Dhera




######## Dimolia




######## Diogalo




######## Dogaralu




######## Dolai




######## Dolapati
######## Dolokondiyari




######## Doluva




######## Dom, Hindu




######## Dommadiranka




######## Dondia




######## Dondsena




######## Dumparaso
######## Endra




######## Evtamara




######## Gammalla




######## Ganda




######## Gandhmali




######## Gantra




######## Gattuvallu
######## Gauda




######## Gayinta




######## Gentramara




######## Ghara




######## Ghogia




######## Girigiria




######## Godagali
######## Godatri




######## Godiya




######## Godra




######## Gojulosali




######## Gokha, Hindu




######## Golla




######## Gontara
######## Goudu




######## Gudiya




######## Guna




######## Guria




######## Gyta




######## Haddi




######## Hadstulia
######## Jadaigi




######## Jaintrapan




######## Jalakaduguvallu




######## Janna




######## Jantri




######## Janughanta




######## Jarasadho
######## Jargi




######## Jayapore




######## Jenna




######## Jogula




######## Jonkhara




######## Joura




######## Kahalia
######## Kalavayasula




######## Kalingi




######## Kalzu




######## Kambo




######## Kamsala




######## Kanda




######## Kandarpa
######## Kandra




######## Kansali




######## Kantabudia




######## Karan




######## Karhada




######## Karua




######## Kattikarla
######## Kela Oddi




######## Kela, Hindu




######## Kendhu




######## Khadala




######## Khadura




######## Khahilya




######## Khandait
######## Khati, Hindu




######## Khatti Khatti




######## Khendra




######## Khodara




######## Khoira




######## Khondite Odiya




######## Khoruda
######## Kodalo




######## Kohara




######## Koibroto




######## Koilar




######## Kolaga




######## Kolah Lohara




######## Kolasa
######## Kolavamtulu




######## Kolha




######## Kollara, Orissa




######## Kolta




######## Komarao




######## Kondaito Oddi




######## Kondaito Velama
######## Konoo




######## Konsari




######## Korona




######## Korti




######## Kosalya




######## Kotia




######## Kotlodola
######## Kuli




######## Kurunga




######## Kuruni




######## Kusta




######## Liari




######## Libiri




######## Mahaldar
######## Mahan Gaud




######## Mahanta




######## Mahuria




######## Mali (Malis)




######## Mandia




######## Mandogutel




######## Mangan
######## Mangli




######## Mewar




######## Minka




######## Mogoda




######## Mosiri




######## Muriya




######## Nagasapu
######## Naiko




######## Naksia




######## Nalavamsam




######## Naliya, Hindu




######## Naliya, Muslim




######## Nitham




######## Nodha
######## Nodya




######## Odiya




######## Omanatya




######## Orisi




######## Oriya




######## Osludia




######## Padhano
######## Paik




######## Painda




######## Pamidi




######## Pan




######## Pandittan




######## Pantanti




######## Pap
######## Pari




######## Parja




######## Patial




######## Patralu




######## Patro




######## Pentia




######## Porasa
######## Prusti




######## Rajako




######## Rajna




######## Rancho




######## Ravindu




######## Ravulo




######## Ravuto
######## Relli




######## Rona




######## Rosa




######## Sabakhia




######## Sabalia




######## Sagarbanshi




######## Saini, Sikh
######## Sanei




######## Sannyasi




######## Saora




######## Sapru




######## Sauntia




######## Shabar




######## Shari
######## Sidhria




######## Sindhuria




######## Singalu




######## Siyal




######## Slanthia




######## Soboro




######## Solokondia
######## Sonjhara




######## Sonr




######## Sounti




######## Sudha




######## Sudha Saiva Shivachka




######## Sulia




######## Sumapuvalli
######## Supakar




######## Syamalo




######## Tamadia




######## Tamudia




######## Tanla




######## Telakali Oddi




######## Thanpati
######## Thanu




######## Tharua




######## Torasa




######## Tulabhina




######## Ujia




######## Ustologi




######## Uthrasi
######## Yennarijel




######## Yentamara




######## Yetangi




######## Nahuatl, Ixhuatlancillo




######## Nahuatl, Orizaba




######## Munyoyaya




######## Orma
######## Ormu




######## Urmuri




######## Oron




######## Muru




######## Oro Win




######## Orochi




######## Oroha
######## Orok




######## Orokaiva




######## Kundu, Bakundu




######## Lundu




######## Orokolo




######## Oroqen




######## Orowe
######## Oruma




######## Uria




######## Osatu




######## Jawa Osing




######## Ososo




######## Southern Fungom




######## Ossetian
######## Dohoi Ot Danum




######## Utange




######## Otoro Dhitoro




######## Otoro Nuba




######## Ottawa




######## Lotuho




######## Oune
######## Santa Ana




######## Waisara




######## Owiniga




######## Oy




######## Oyaoya




######## Oyda




######## Zapoteco, Ozolotepec
######## Chinanteco, Ozumacin




######## Pa Di




######## Pa'a




######## Paafang




######## Paama




######## Paasaal




######## Pacahuara
######## Quechua, Pacaroas




######## Yupik, Pacific




######## Pacoh




######## Padoe




######## Paez




######## Bewani




######## Imbinis
######## Apakabeti




######## Pago




######## Basith, Hindu




######## Ghai




######## Punjabi Pahari




######## Lugitama




######## Pahlavani
######## Baheng, Liping




######## Baheng, Pa-Hng




######## Beidalao




######## Pai Tavytera




######## Pati




######## Paipai




######## Paite Chin
######## Paite, Christian




######## Paite, Sahte




######## Pawi




######## Paiwanese




######## Pakaasnovos




######## Pakanha




######## Pak-Tong
######## Paku




######## Karen, Paku




######## Abasakur




######## Senufo, Palaka




######## Chinanteco, Palantla




######## Palauan




######## Palenquero
######## Palikur




######## Falor




######## Palpa Pahari




######## Palu




######## Pandewan Murut




######## Peluan




######## Palue
######## Pam




######## Pambia




######## Pamona




######## Hinihon




######## Pampango




######## Negrito, Northern Cagayan




######## Pana
######## Pana




######## Panamint




######## Quechua, Huanaco, Panao




######## Kreen-Akakore




######## Panasuan




######## Panawa




######## Pancana
######## Pakhimara




######## Puran




######## Bukongo




######## Pande




######## Pangasinese




######## Pangutaran Sama




######## Pangwa
######## Pangwala




######## Panim




######## Pankhu




######## Pannei




######## Katukina, Panoan




######## Panytyima




######## Karen, Pa'o
######## Totonaca, Papantla




######## Papapana




######## Bajau Bukit




######## Papasena




######## Papel




######## Papi




######## Antillean Creole
         Antilles Papiamentu
######## Speaking




######## Spanish Creole




######## Papitalai




######## Malay, Papuan




######## Papuma




######## Arara do Para




######## Gaviao do Maranhao
######## Gaviao do Para




######## Parachi




         Paraguayan, Guarani-
######## Speaking




######## Parakanan




######## Paranan




######## Wa




######## Parawen
######## Pardhi




######## Pa




######## Parecis




######## Parenga




######## Lokoro




######## Parkari Kachchhi




######## Podoko
######## Parsee




######## Parya




######## Pasi




######## Yaly, Pass Valley




######## Patamona




######## Patani-Maba




######## Dengalu
######## Patep




######## Patpatar




######## Dagi, Muslim




######## Swangla




######## Pattani Malay




######## Paulohi




######## Paumari
######## Pauserna




######## Pawaia




######## Paynamar




######## Pai




######## Pear, Eastern Pear




######## Western Pear, Por




######## Paya
######## Eastern Sotho




######## Lovedu




######## North Sotho




######## Kotopo




######## Pai




######## Pekal




######## Bela
######## Wasi




######## Pelende




######## Ingariko




######## Taulipang




######## Penchal




######## Pendau




######## Pennsylvania Dutch
######## Penrhyn




######## Perai




######## Chinese, Peranakan




######## Mongol, Sichuan




######## Mongolian, Peripheral




######## Pero




######## Zapoteco, Petapa
######## Petats




######## Peve




######## Ashreti




######## Brazil, Philippinos




######## Palula, Phalulo




######## Pana




######## Pende
######## Phimbi




######## Pula




######## Kahha




######## Pong, Kniang




######## Phu Tai




######## Tai Gapong




######## Phuan
######## Pwo




######## Phula, Phuka




######## Phunoi




######## Phuang




######## Piamatsina




######## Piame




######## Piapoco
######## Piaroa




######## Asheninca Pichis




######## Piedmontese




######## Pinje




######## Solomoni Creole




######## Pilaga




######## Pileni
######## Pima Bajo, Chihuahua




######## Pima Bajo, Sonora




######## Pimbwe




######## Pinai




######## Pingilapese




######## Pinigura




######## Pinji
######## Mixteco, Pinotepa Nacional




######## Pintiini




######## Luritja




######## Pinyin




######## Mura-Piraha




######## Pira-Tapuia




######## Biladaba
######## Pisabo




######## Tepehua, Pisa Flores




######## Northern Aborigine Creole




######## Pite Saami




######## Piti




######## Pitjantjatjara




######## Pita Pita
######## Piu




######## Ambandi




######## Cree, Western




######## Krumen, Plapo




######## Antaifasy




######## Antaimanambondro




######## Antaimoro
######## Antambahoaka




######## Antetsimatra




######## Betsileo




######## Bezanozano




######## Karimbola




######## Kimoso




######## Lohanosy
######## Malagasy




######## Masianaky




######## Merina




######## Onjatsy




######## Sahafatra




######## Sahavoay




######## Saint-Marien
######## Sihanaka




######## Tanala




######## Vakinankaratra




######## Vazimba




######## Vorimo




######## Zafisoro




######## Low German
######## Plautdietsch




######## Rio Arauca Guajibo




######## Pnar




######## Naga, Pochury




######## Podena




######## Pogoro




######## Ponapean
######## Pokanga




######## Poke




######## Pokomo, Lower




######## Pokomo, Upper




######## Pokot




######## Polci




######## Czech, Polish Speaking
######## Jew, Polish




######## Malopolska




######## Polish




######## Romanian, Polish Speaking




######## Romany, Polish




######## Slovakian Polish




######## Polonombauk
######## Pom




######## Pol




######## Ponam




######## Pongu




######## Pongyong




######## Ponasakan




######## Pontic
         Central PocomamPocomam,
######## Central




######## Pocomam, Eastern




######## Pocomam, Southern




######## Pocomchi, Eastern




######## Pocomchi, Western




######## Porohanon




######## Port Sandwich
######## Port Vato




######## Akuntsun




######## Amapa Creole




         American, Portuguese
######## Speaking




######## Amikoana




         Andorran, Portuguese-
######## Speaking




         Angola, Portuguese
######## Speaking
######## Apiaca'




######## Arana




######## Arara, Mato Grosso




######## Atikum




         Belgians, Portuguese-
######## Speaking




######## Brazilian




######## Brazilian Mulato
######## Brazilian White




######## Campe




         Canadian, Portuguese
######## Speaking




######## Carib, Galibi do Uaca




######## Congo, Portuguese Speaking




######## Eurafrican




         France, Portuguese
######## Speaking
######## Gaucho traditionalists




         German, Portuguese
######## Speaking




         Guinea Bissau, Portuguese
######## Speaking




######## Gypsy, Brazilian




######## Gypsy, Portuguese




######## Italo-Mulatto




######## Jamamadi
######## Japanese, Brazilian




######## Jew, Portuguese




######## Jiripancó




######## Kaimbe




######## Kamakan




######## Kanamanti




######## Kantarure
######## Kapinawa




######## Karapoto




######## Karipuna do Guapore




######## Kariri-Xoco




######## Kaxixo




######## Kiriri-Xoco




######## Latin American Branco
         Luxemburg, Portuguese
######## Speaking




         Macau, Portuguese
######## Speaking




######## Manitsawa




######## Mekem




######## Mestizo, Angolan




######## Mestizo, Mozambican




         Mozambique, Portuguese
######## Speaking
######## Nawa




######## Nukuini




######## Opaye




######## Oti




######## Otuke




######## Paiaku




######## Pankarare
######## Pankararu




######## Papavo




######## Paranawat




######## Pataxo-Hahahae




######## Pipipa




######## Pitaguari




######## Portuguese
######## Potiguara




######## Puri




         Ribeirinhos, Amazon River
######## Peoples




         Sao Tome, Portuguese
######## Speaking




         Sertanejos, Interior
######## Northeasterners




         South African, Portuguese
######## Speaking




######## Swiss, Portuguese Speaking
######## Tapeba




######## Tingui-Boto




######## Tremembe




######## Truka




######## Tukumanfed




######## Tumbalala




######## Tupinamba
######## Tupinikin




######## Tuxa




######## Tuxinawa




######## Umutina




         Uruguayan, Portuguese
######## Speaking




######## Wakona




######## Wasu
######## Xakriaba




######## Xipaia




######## Xiriana, Guaica




######## Xukuru




######## Xukuru-Kariri




######## Yabaana




######## Yakarawakta
######## Potawatomi




######## Bouye




######## Poyanawa




######## Prai




######## Prasuni




######## Pray




######## Principense
######## Kapsiki




######## Wedu




######## Puari




######## Pudtol Atta




######## Puelche




######## Puinave




######## Bukabukan
######## Fula Toro




######## Fulakunda




######## Tukulor




######## Pulabu




######## Fula Jalon




######## Puluwat




######## Puma
######## Yaruro




######## Punan Aput




######## Punan Bah-Biau




######## Punan Rejang




######## Batu Punan




######## Punan Merah




######## Punan Merap
######## Punan Tubu




######## Quechua, Puno




######## Punu




######## Puok




######## Puragi




######## Namau




######## Purepecha
######## Burig




######## Galleban




######## Purig-Pa




######## Purik




######## Purubora




######## Puram




######## Purum
######## West Marghi




######## Putoh




######## Utugwang




######## Han Chinese, Puxian




######## Pyuma




######## Poamei




######## Poapoa
######## Karen, Pwo Eastern




######## Karen, Pwo Northern




######## Karen, Pwo Western




######## Pyapun




######## Krumen, Pye




######## Trep




######## Pyen
######## Pyu




######## Laqua




######## Kanjobal, Eastern




######## Baining




######## Qashqai




######## Qawasqar




######## Dembiya
######## Falasha




######## Qimant




######## Zhuang, Qiubei




######## Quapaw




######## Quechan




######## Otomi, Northwestern




######## Mixe, Quetzaltepec
######## Queyu




######## Zapoteco, Quiavicuzas




######## Sipacapeno




         Zapoteco, Quioquitani y
######## Quieri




######## Chinanteco, Quiotepec




######## Rhade




######## Rahambuu
######## Rajah Kabungsuan Manobo




######## Kurtha




######## Raji




######## Rajong




######## Rakahanga-Manihiki




######## Indo Burman




######## Mag
######## Rakhine, Arakanese




######## Ralte




######## Rama




######## Duke of York Islander




######## Keriaka




######## Leboni, Rampi




######## Thakar
######## Tharu, Rana Thakur




######## Tamachhange Rai




######## Rangkas




######## Ranglong




######## Mirdas, Muslim




######## Rajbanshi




######## Rajbansi, Hindu
######## Rayeen, Hindu




######## Annaberg




######## Rao




######## Rapa




######## Easter Islander




######## Konua




######## Rapting
######## Lara'




######## Cook Islands Maori




######## Rasawa




######## Ratagnon




######## Ratahan




######## Pawaria, Hindu




######## Raute
######## Yerava




######## Rawa




######## Rawang




######## Janggali




######## Rawo




######## Zoque, Rayon




######## Razajerdi
######## Gelao, Red




######## Atwot




######## Rejang




######## Rejang Kayan




######## Bothar




######## Rembarunga




######## Rembong
######## Remontado Agta




######## Rempin




######## Millikin




######## Rendille




######## Rengao




######## Rennellese




######## Repanbitip
######## Rerau




######## Rerep




######## Bareshe




######## Resigaro




######## Retta




######## Bantu




######## Reunionese Creole
######## Riang




######## Riang-Lang




######## Riantana




######## Ribun




######## Rien




######## Rikbaktsa




######## Zapoteco, Rincon
######## Ringgou




######## Ririo




######## Ritarungo




######## Riung




######## Sango Riverian




######## Rogo




######## Rohingya
######## Roma




         San Marino, Sammarinese
######## Speaking




######## Romam




######## Jew, Romanian




######## Moldavian




######## Romanian




######## Gypsy, Serbian Rom
######## Grishun




######## Rhaeto-Romanian




######## Romblon




######## Romkun




######## Daffo-Butura




######## Ron




######## Shagawu
######## Ronga




######## Rongga




######## Roinji




######## Ron




######## Tae'




######## Roroia




######## Rotokas
######## Rotuman




######## Roviana




######## De'ang, Pale




######## Silver Palaung




######## Rudbari




######## Rufiji




######## Drukai
######## Ruruma




######## De'ang, Rumai




######## Rumai




######## Kairi




######## Hutu




######## Runga




######## Rungus Dusun
######## Rungwa




######## Buriat, Russia




######## American, Russian-Speaking




######## Chelkan




######## Even




######## Jew, Russian




######## Kumandin
######## Prussian




######## Romany, Russian




######## Russian




######## Tubalar




######## Ruthene




######## Rutul




######## Ruruli
######## Ruund




######## Meru, Rwo




######## Sa




######## Saa




######## Ulawa




######## Serer-Safen




######## Saam Rai
######## Saaroa




######## Saba




######## Bisaya




######## Malay, Sabah




######## Saban




######## Sabanes




######## Sabaot
######## Sabu




######## Sabum




######## Sacapulteco




######## Badaik




######## Bhogta




######## Chero




######## Chik, Hindu
######## Rautia




######## Samasi




######## Sitaria




######## Saek




######## Saep




######## Safaliba




######## Ampale
######## Safwa




######## Sagara




######## Sagalla




######## Saho




######## Sahu




######## Arab, Saidi




######## Lesser Antillean Creole
######## St Lucian, Creole-Speaking




######## Saiset




######## Aka




######## Sajau Basap




######## Sakam




######## Sakau




######## Sakata
######## Sake, Asake




######## Sakirabia




######## Sala




######## Salampasu




######## Salar




######## Liambata




######## Salas
         Quichua, Highland,
######## Tungurahua




######## Salchuq




######## Hatue




######## Saleman




######## Saliba




######## Saliba




######## Salt
######## Saluan, Coastal




######## Saluan, Kahimamahon




######## Saluma




######## Songum




######## Sama




######## Sirasira




######## Samarkena
######## Samba




######## Chamba Daka




######## Chamba Leko




######## Samberigi, Sau




######## Sau Enga




######## Ariaal Rendille




######## Chamus
######## El Molo




######## Samburu




######## Samei




######## Samo, Supei




######## Samoan




######## Samosa




######## Sampange Rai
######## Samre




######## Samtao




         Zapateco, San Agustin
######## Mixtepec




         Zapoteco, San Baltazar
######## Loxicha




######## Kuna, San Blas




######## Huave, San Dionisio del Mar




         Popoloca, San Felipe
######## Otlaltepec
         Huave, San Francisco del
######## Mar




         Matlatzinca, San Francisco
######## de los Ranchos




         Mazateco, San Jeronimo
######## Tecoatl




######## Popoloca, San Juan Atzingo




######## Mixteco, San Juan Colorado




######## Zapoteco, Jalieza




######## Zapoteco, San Juan Guelavia
######## Mixteco, San Juan Teita




         Popoloca, San Luis
######## Temalacayuca




         Popoloca, San Marcos
######## Tlalcoyalco




######## Trique, San Martin Itunyoso




######## Quechua, San Martin




######## Huave, San Mateo del Mar




         San Miguel Creole French
######## Speaking
######## Mixteco, Chalcatongo




######## Mixteco, San Miguel Piedras




         Amuzgo, San Pedro
######## Amuzgos




         Zapoteco, San Pedro
######## Quiatoni




######## Kongo, San Salvador




         Zapoteco, San Vicente
######## Coatlan




######## Sanaani, Northern Yemeni
######## Angaite




######## Sanapana




######## Sandawe




######## Sanga, Luba Garenganze




######## Bujiyel




######## Sanga




######## Sanggau
######## Sangil




######## Sangirese




######## Siau Sanginese




######## Tagulandang




######## Sangisari




######## Sanglechi




######## Central African
######## Sango




######## Sangtam




######## Masangu




######## Sangu, Sango




######## Asahei




######## Ati




######## Ayizi
######## Jiasou




######## Labapo




######## Long




######## Mengwu




######## Minglang




######## Sani




######## Xiqi
######## Sanio




######## Maranse




######## Sankaran




######## Sansi, Sikh




######## Sochi




######## Sansu




         Quechua, Pasco, Santa Ana
######## de Tusi
         Zapoteco, Santa Catarina
######## Albarradas




         Popoloca, Santa Ines
######## Ahuatempan




         Zapoteco, Santa Ines
######## Yatzechi




         Mixteco, Santa Lucia
######## Monteverde




######## Huave, Santa Maria del Mar




######## Nahuatl, Santa Maria La Alta




         Zapoteco, Santa Maria
######## Quiegolani
         Mixteco, Santa Maria
######## Zacatepec




######## Santal




######## Quichua, Santiago del Estero




######## Zapoteco, Santiago Xanica




######## Zapoteco, Albarradas




         Cakchiquel, Santo Domingo
######## Xenacoj




######## Kohoroxitari
######## Sanuma, Guaika




######## Kaingang, Sao Paulo




######## Sa'och




######## Crioulo, Gulf of Guinea




######## Mestizo, Saotomense




######## Saparua




######## Sape
######## Budo




######## Sapo




######## Saponi




######## Saposa




######## Sapuan




######## Sara Majingai-Ngama




######## Sara
######## Kaba Dunjo




######## Sara Kaba




######## Kaba Demi




######## Dana




######## Dendje




######## Kaba Na




######## Saramaccan
######## Sarangani Bilaan




######## Sarangani Manobo




######## Tajik, Sarikoli




######## Gurani, Sarli




######## Sarsi




######## But Monpa




######## Sarwa
######## Sarudu




######## Saruga




######## Sasak




######## Sasaru




######## Sassarese Sardinian




######## Satawalese




######## Satere, Mawe
######## Sauk




######## Patnulkaran




######## Sauri




######## Sauria Paharia




######## Sause




######## Sausi




######## Sau
######## Savo Islander




######## Sawai




######## Saweru




######## Sawuy




######## Sawila




######## Sawknah




######## Saxwe-Gbe
######## Saya




######## Popoluca, Sayula




######## Scots, Gaelic




######## Gullah




######## Kunda, Seba




######## Gurage, West




######## Seberuang
######## Sibop Kenyah




######## Sebuyau




######## Sechelt




######## Secoya




######## Sedang




######## Surubu




######## Sedoa
######## Samogho




######## Seeku




######## Segai




######## Segeju




######## Seget




######## Sefwi




######## Ninigo
######## Seit-Kaitetu




######## Sekani




######## Sekapan




######## Sekar




######## Tangbe




######## Seke




######## Seki
######## Seko Padang




######## Seko Tengah




######## Sekpele




######## Selaru




######## Selayar




######## Santrokofi




######## Selepet
######## Ostyak Samoyed




######## Selungai Murut




######## Selvasa




######## Semai




######## Semandang




######## Semaq Beri




######## Sembakung Murut
######## Semelai




######## Semimi




######## Semnam




######## Semnani




######## Sempan




######## Sena




######## Senufo, Senara
######## Senaya




######## Sene




######## Seneca




######## Sened




######## Tmagourt




######## Sengele




######## Senggi
######## Sengo




######## Sengseng




######## Sentani




######## Chin, Senthang




######## Sentinelese




######## Sepa




######## Tamilouw
######## Sepen




######## Sepik Iwam




######## Sera




######## Bakhri




######## Bhut




######## Gadra




######## Ghallu
######## Gidri




######## Khohanra




######## Southern Punjabi




######## Toba




######## Usta




######## Waiha




######## Gorani
######## Jew, Serbian Speaking




######## Montenegrin




######## Serb




######## Sere




######## Sereer




######## Seri




######## Serili
######## Serua




######## Serudung Murut




######## Serui-Laut




######## Seychellese Creole




######## Seta




######## Setaman




######## Seti
######## Settla




######## Ojibwa, Severn




######## Sewa Bay




######## Seze




######## Karen, S'gaw




######## Sha




######## Shabak
######## Shabo




######## Shahmirzadi




######## Shahrudi




######## Shal




######## Sonsogon




######## Shama




######## Shambala
######## Shan




######## Shan




######## Tai Sam




######## Tai Shan, Buddhist




######## Shanga




######## Jiarong, Shangzhai




######## Arara, Acre
######## Sharanahua




######## Shark Bay




######## Sharwa




######## Shatt




######## Shau




######## Shawnee




######## Jibbali
######## Shakacho, Mocha




######## Sheko




######## Shelta




######## Senufo, Shempire




######## Shendu




######## Shani




######## Sherbro
######## Sherduken




######## Srehde




######## Sherpa




######## Sheshi Kham




######## Shi




######## Shihuh




######## Gubi
######## Shilluk




######## Astori




######## Broq-Pa




######## Shina




######## Shipibol




######## Shixing




######## Soligar
######## Shom Pens




######## Karanga




######## Korekore




######## Shona




######## Zezuru




######## Bandawa-Minda




######## Jinleri, Shoo-Minda-Nyem
######## Shorian




######## Shoshoni




######## Shua (Hiechware)




######## Shua, Deti, Ganadi




######## Shuar




######## Subei




######## Subi
######## Shughni




######## Shumashti




######## Shuswap




######## Kuzamani




######## Shwai




######## De'ang, Shwe




######## Golden Palaung
######## Sialum




######## Siamou




######## Sian




######## Hakoa




######## Siane




######## Siang




######## Musan
######## Nagovisi




######## Siduan




######## Apu




######## Awu, Northern




######## Bai Yi




######## Doupo




######## Lipo, Western
######## Liude




######## Liwu




######## Mixisu




######## Muzi




######## Naisu




######## Naluo




######## Naru
######## Naruo




######## Nasu, Eastern




######## Nasu, Jinghong




######## Naza




######## Northern Yi




######## Nosu, Butuo




######## Nosu, Shengzha
######## Nosu, Tianba




######## Nosu, Yinuo




######## Suodi




######## Ta'er




######## Tagu




######## Talu




######## Italian, Sicilian
######## Senufo, Sicijuubi




######## Sadama




######## Erromangan




######## Zapoteco, Juarez, Sierra




######## Nahuatl, Sierra Negra




######## Sighu




######## Sihan
######## Quechua, Ancash, Sihuas




######## Sikkanese




######## Sikayana




######## Aikwakai




######## Sikiana




######## Bhotia, Sikkimese




######## Blackfoot
######## Sikhule




######## Sila




######## Mixteco, Silacayoapan




######## Sileibi




######## Silesian




######## Ngalik, South




######## Sokorok
######## Silopi




######## Gurage, East




######## Imilangu, Mdundulu




######## Makoma




######## Mwenyi




######## Simaa




######## Simba
######## Simbali




######## Simbari




######## Simbo




######## Simeku




######## Simeulue




######## Simte




######## Sinagen
######## Sinasina




######## Sinagoro




######## Ager




######## Bagdi, Muslim




######## Bania, Ulro




######## Bhatia, Muslim




######## Dahur, Muslim
######## Jew, Sindhi Speaking




######## Kasar, Muslim




######## Koli of Sind




######## Koli of Sind, Muslim




######## Lari




######## Sindhi




######## Sindhi Hindu
######## Sindhi Khaikheli




######## Sindhi Mohana




######## Sindhi Muslim




######## Sindhi Muslim 2




######## Sindhi Samon




######## Sindhi Satia




######## Talabda
######## Talavia




######## Sindhi Bhil




######## Mixteco, Sindihui




######## Sela




######## Singpho




######## Rodiya




######## Sinhalese
######## Mixteco, Sinicahua




######## Hmong Shuad




######## Sininkere




######## Sinsauru




######## Romany, Sinte




######## Sinyar




######## Sio
######## Macaguaje




######## Siona




######## Sipacapense




######## Eshira




######## Siri




######## Siriano




######## Siriono
######## Suroi




######## Sissala




######## Sisano




######## Sivandi




######## Motuna




######## Siwa




######## Akpafu
######## Siyin Chin




######## Skagit




######## Saami, Skolt




######## Tumawo




######## Gypsy, Slovak




######## Slovak




######## Slovene
######## Gha-Mu




######## Kanum, Smarky




######## Cali




######## So




######## So, Fo




######## Soko




######## So'a
######## Sobei




######## Chinanteco, Sochiapan




######## Soga




######## Soi




######## Bedanga




######## Sokoro




######## Yalna
######## Soli




######## Arawe




######## Solos




######## Som




######## Digil




######## Garreh




######## Gosha
######## Kore




######## Shabelle




######## Somali




######## Somali-Sab




######## Somrai




######## Somray




######## Kila
######## Sonde




######## Kalebwe, Eastern Kalebwe




######## Songye




######## Songomeno




######## Songora




######## Sonha




######## Sonia
######## Taga




######## Soninke




######## Sonsorol




######## Tepeth




######## Usino




######## Socotran




######## Sori-Harengan
######## Sorkhei




######## Ayta, Sorsogon




######## Kanum, Sota




######## Sou




######## Awyu, South




######## Afshari




######## Aynallu
######## Azeri, South




######## Baharlu




######## Moqaddam




######## Nafar




######## Pishagchi




######## Qajar




######## Qaragozlu
######## Shahseven




######## Quechua




######## Quechua, Northwest Jujuy




######## Langba




######## Ngbugu




######## Ngubu




######## Dinka, Central
######## Dinka, South Central




######## Southern Efate




######## Fali, South




######## South Fali




######## South Giziga




######## Arab, Israeli




######## Arab, Jordanian
######## Arab, Palestinian




######## Awlad Hassan




######## Bedouin, Gafsa




######## Jew, Arabic Speaking




######## Samaritan




######## South Marquesan




######## Muyu, South
######## Southern Ndebele




######## Nuaulu, South




######## Slavey, South




######## Omwunra-Tugura




######## Asheninka, South Ucayali




######## Dangal




######## Maralango
######## Watut, South




######## Wemale, South




######## Sinesip




######## Ambrym, Southeast




######## Babar, Southeast




######## Ijaw, Southeast




######## Pashayi, Southeast
######## Dinka, Southeastern




######## Zapoteco, Ixtlan Sureste




######## Mixteco, Nochixtlan Sureste




         Nahuatl, Southeastern
######## Puebla




######## Tarahumara, Sureste




######## Tepehuan, Sureste




######## Altai
######## Southern Amami-Oshima




######## Aymara, Southern




######## Baluchi, Southern




######## Med




######## Antaisaka




######## Betsimisaraka, South




######## Magahat
######## Birifor, Southern




######## Bobo Madare, Southern




######## Cakchiquel, Southern




######## Southern Carrier




######## Southern Catanduanes Bikol




         Quechua, Ancash,
######## Conchucos, Southe




######## Dagaaba
######## Dong, Southern




######## Sanqiao




######## Cree, Southern East




######## Galle Gurung




######## Grebo, Jabo




######## Grebo, Seaside




######## Miao, Guiyang South Central
######## Miao, Guiyang Southern




######## Aramo




######## Southern Hindko




######## Southern Kalinga




######## Kissi, Southern




######## Southern Kiwai




######## Kurd, Southern (Sorani)
######## Luri




######## Southern Lorung




######## Kelhuri




######## Luri, Southern




######## Mamasani




######## Southern Madi




######## Miao, Mashan Southern
######## Southern Mnong




######## Nago




######## Halo Te Su




######## Manduka




######## Nambiquara, Southern




######## Sarare




######## Ngwili
######## Nuna, Nunuma




######## One, Southern




######## Pashtun, Southern




######## Andoa




######## Quechua, Pastaza, Southern




######## Mixteco, Puebla Sur




######## Southern Puget Salish
######## Hmu, Southern




######## Bolozi




######## Qiang, Dajishan




######## Qiang, Heihu




######## Qiang, Jiaochang




######## Qiang, Longxi




######## Qiang, Mianchi
######## Qiang, Sanlong




######## Qiang, Taoping




######## Qiangyi




######## Rengma




######## Zapoteco, Rincon Sur




######## Southern Roglai




######## Sama, Southern
######## Southern Saami




######## Sanan, Kassoum/Kouy




######## Sanan, Toma




######## Southern Bikol Sorsogon




######## Sotho




######## Taung




######## Subanun, Lapuyan
######## Thai Islam, Southern




######## Thai, Southern




######## Thai, Tak Bai




######## Southern Tiwa




######## Tusyan, Southern




######## Mozhidei




######## Tutchone, Southern
         Uzbek, Southern (Afghan
######## Uzbek)




######## Southern Yukaghir




######## Gbaya, Southwest




######## Southwest Palawano




######## Pashayi, Southwest




######## Tana, Southwest




######## Dinka, Southwestern
######## Western Dinka, Rek




######## Fars, Southwestern




         Miao, Guiyang
######## Southwestern




######## Miao, Huishui Southwestern




######## Tamang, Southwestern




######## Tarahumara, Suroeste




######## Tepehuan, Suroeste
######## Mixteco, Tlaxiaco Suroeste




######## Sowa




######## Sowanda




######## Mazateco, Soyaltepec




######## Mixteco, Soyaltepec




######## Afro-Argentine




######## Afro-Bolivian
######## Afro-Dominican




######## Afro-Ecuadorian




######## Afro-Honduran




######## Afro-Paraguayan




######## Afro-Peruvian




######## Afro-Puerto Rican




######## Afro-Uruguayan
######## American, Spanish-Speaking




######## Amerindian




######## Amerindian, Detribalized




######## Amerindian, Detribalized




######## Andorran, Spanish-Speaking




######## Angosturas Tunebo




         Argentinian, Spanish-
######## Speaking
######## Asturian




######## Bare




######## Baure




######## Berber, Canary Islands




######## Bolivians, Spanish-Speaking




         Cakchiquel, Southwestern,
######## Acatenango




######## Canamomo
######## Cayubaba




######## Chibcha




######## Chicano




######## Chicomuceltec




######## Chilean, Spanish-Speaking




######## Chinocholo (Mulato)




######## Chorotega
         Colombian, Spanish-
######## Speaking




         Costa Rican, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Coyaima




######## Criollo




######## Cuban




######## Diaguita




######## Dominican White
         Dominican, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Dujo




         Ecuadorian, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Gibraltan, Spanish-Speaking




######## Gilbraltarian




######## Guanaca




         Guatemalan, Spanish-
######## Speaking
######## Half-Indian




         Han Chinese, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Honduran White




         Hondurans, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Injerto




######## Itene




######## Itza
######## Jew, Greek, Turkish




######## Jew, Spanish Speaking




######## Jora




######## Kamba




######## Kankuamo




######## Kunza




######## Latin American
######## Lenca




######## Marrano, Crypto-Jew




######## Matagalpa




######## Mestizo




######## Mestizo




######## Mestizo, Bolivian




######## Mestizo, Central American
######## Mestizo, Chilean




######## Mestizo, Costa Rican




######## Mestizo, El Salvadoran




######## Mestizo, Latin American




######## Mestizo, Mexican




######## Mestizo, Panamanian




######## Mestizo, South American
######## Mestizo, Spanish-Speaking




######## Mestizo, Venezuelan




######## Mexican Creole, Tirilone




######## Mexican, Spanish-Speaking




######## Mixteco, Itundujia




######## Mixteco, Penoles




         Mixteco, San Miguel el
######## Grande
######## Mixteco, Tacahua




######## Mixteco, Tidaa




######## Monimbo




######## Mulatto




######## Natagaimas




         Nicaraguan, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Pacabuy
         Panamanian, Spanish-
######## Speaking




         Paraguayan, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Paraujano




######## Pastos




######## Peruvian Black




######## Peruvian, Spanish-Speaking




######## Philipinos, Spanish-speaking
######## Piajao




######## Pipil




         Puerto Ricans, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## Quichua, Mestizo




######## Quillacinga




######## Reyesano




         Salvadorians, Spanish-
######## Speaking
######## Spaniard




######## Subtiaba




######## Tacana




######## Totoro




         Uruguayan, Spanish-
######## Speaking




         Venezualan, Spanish-
######## Speaking




######## West Indian Mulatto
######## Yabarana




######## Yamana




######## Yanacona




######## Zambo




######## Zenu




######## Spokane




######## Squamish
######## Antilles Sranan Speaking




######## Surinamese Creole




######## African Bantu




######## Arab




######## Arab, Coast




######## Bangka




######## Belide
######## Belitung




######## Daya




######## Deli




######## Kikim




######## Malay, Malaysian




######## Melayu Riau




######## Penghulu
######## Riau Malay




######## Saamia




######## Stoney




######## Straits Salish




######## Inanwatan




######## Duranmin




######## Sinaki
######## Suau




######## Suba




######## Suba-Simbiti




######## Subia




######## Amri




######## Arab, Sudanese




######## Arabized Burun
######## Arabized Dilling




######## Arabized Kadaru




######## Arabized Kadugli




######## Arabized Karko




######## Arabized Mararit




######## Arabized Temein




######## Arabized Tira
######## Arabized Zaghawa




######## Batahin




######## Bederia




######## Berti




######## Dar Hamid




######## Dubasiyin




######## Fertit
######## Fezara




######## Gaaliin




######## Gawamaa




######## Guhayna




######## Habbania




######## Hamar




######## Hasania
######## Hawawir




######## Hemat, Baggara




######## Husseinat




######## Jew, Sudanese Speaking




######## Kababish




######## Kawahia




######## Kerarish
######## Kineenawi




######## Lahawin




######## Liri




######## Maalia




######## Manasir




######## Messiria




######## Rashaida
######## RizeiQat




######## Rubatab




######## Rufaa




######## Selim




######## Shaikia




######## Sherifi




######## Shukria
######## Tobanga




######## Tunjur




######## Yazeed




######## Arab, Mongallese




######## Turku Arab




######## Tagula




######## Suena
######## Suga




######## Suganga




######## Dusun, Sugut




######## Shui




######## Suki




######## Suku




######## Sukuma
######## Sukur




######## Sula




######## Sulka




######## Sulod




######## Suma




######## Latoma




######## Sumariup
######## Sumau




######## Sumbawa




######## Sumbwa




######## Sema




######## Banten




######## Sunda




######## Sunwar
######## Suoy




######## Senufo, Supyire




######## Tapshin




######## Sukurum




######## Surbakhal




######## Suri




######## Tirma
######## Surigaonon




######## Sursurunga




######## Suruwaha




######## Surui




######## Surui do Para




######## Baga Kaloum




######## Baga Koga
######## Baga Mboteni




######## Baga Sobane




######## Mandenyi




######## Soussou




######## Susu




######## Susu, Northern Bullom




######## Sua
######## Kunyi




######## Sundi




######## Suwawa




######## Suya




######## Tapayuna




######## Yaruma




######## Svanetian
######## Swabian




######## Bajun




######## Black African, generic




######## Jew, Swahili Speaking




######## Pemba




######## Shirazi




######## Swahili
######## Tumbato




######## Zanzibari




######## Cree, Swampy




######## Phuthi




######## Swazi




######## Dalecarlian




######## Finns, Swedish-Speaking
######## Jew, Swedish Speaking




######## Romany, Swedish




######## Skane




######## Swedish




######## German, Swiss




         Liechtensteiner, German-
######## Speaking




######## Senufo, Syenara
######## Dholi, Muslim




######## Sylhetti Bengali




######## Shila




######## Tabwa




######## Zapoteco, Tabaa




######## Tabaru




######## Chontal, Tabasco
######## Zoque, Tabasco




######## Tabasaran




######## Tepera




######## Andamanese




######## Waia




######## Tabriak




######## Shawiya
######## Berber, Drawa




######## Berber, Filala




######## Berber, Tekna




######## Shilha, Tachelhit




######## Belbali




######## Idaksahak




######## Tadyawan
######## Luwu




######## Toala




######## Tafi




######## Tagabawa Manobo




######## Tagakaulu Kalagan




######## Murut, Tagal




######## Filipino
######## Jew, Tagalog Speaking




######## Mestizo, Filipino




######## Mestizo, Filipino-Chinese




######## Berber, Wargla




######## Aborlan Tagbanwa




######## Tagbo




######## Tagdal
######## Tagish




######## Tagoy




######## Tukam




######## Senufo, Tagwana




######## Tuareg, Ajjer




######## Tuareg, Ifora




######## Tuareg, Tamastairt
######## Tahitian




######## Tahltan




######## Tai




######## Tai He




######## Tai Laan




######## Tai Daeng, Red Tai




######## Tai Dam
######## Tai Muei




######## Tay Jo




######## Tai Don, White Tai




######## Tai Kao




######## Tai Hang Tong




######## Hongjin Tai




######## Tai Hongjin
######## Tai Doi




######## Tai Long




######## Tai Maen




######## Tai Jua




######## Tai Mao




######## Tai Nua




######## Tai Pong
######## Tai Pao




######## Tai Man Thanh




######## Ya




######## Gapun




######## Taikat




######## Ivori




######## Uaripi
######## Dabida




######## Kasigau




######## Arabized Black




######## Ta'izzi, Southern Yemeni




######## Taje




######## Jew, Central Asian




######## Tajik
######## Tajikistani, Arab-Speaking




######## Tadjio




######## Tajuasohn




######## Takistani




######## Megiar




######## Takia




######## Takua
######## Mortlock Islander




######## Takwane




######## Tal




######## Tala




######## Talaud




######## Mange




######## Taliabo
######## Talieng




######## Bwisi




######## Talinga




######## Talise




######## Jomang




######## Taluki




######## Talondo
######## IlTalut




######## Talysh




######## Tama




######## Tamagario




######## Dayak, Taman




######## Tamiang




######## Taman
######## Berber, Gadames




######## Tuareg, Kidal




######## Mixteco, Tamazola




######## Tambas




######## Tambotalo




######## Dusun, Tambunan




######## Tami
######## Adaviar




######## Addapu Singa




######## Addock




######## Adi Dravida




######## Agamudaiyan




######## Alavan




######## Arwa Mala
######## Bania, Chetti




######## Bharathar




######## Ceylon Moor




######## Chackaravar




######## Chakkiliyan




######## Chayakkaran




######## Christian unspecified
######## Devendrakulathan




######## Eravallan




######## Hill Pulayan




######## Idayan




######## Indian Moor




######## Indian Tamil




######## Kadaiyan
######## Kaikolan




######## Kallan




######## Karnam




######## Karumpuram




######## Kepmaris




######## Koliyan




######## Krishnanvak
######## Kuda Korava




######## Kudeli




######## Kudumi




######## Kunnavan




######## Maha Malasar




######## Malai Vellala




######## Malasar
######## Malayali




######## Maniyattikkaran




######## Marakkan, Christian




######## Marakkan, Hindu




######## Marakkan, Muslim




######## Maravan




######## Melakkaran
######## Moniagar




######## Muslim of Sri Lanka




######## Muthuvan




######## Nadar




######## Nagartha




######## Nanjil Mudali




######## Narikoravar
######## Navithan




######## Oochan




######## Paliyan




######## Pallan




######## Palliyan




######## Palliyar




######## Pandaram
######## Panditattan




######## Panikkan




######## Panisavan




######## Pannadi




######## Paraiyan




######## Parala




######## Pattanavan
######## Pondicherry Catholic




######## Poraya




######## Puthirai Vannan




######## Rawther




######## Sahari




######## Samban




######## Sayankulam
######## Semman




######## Tamil Hindu




######## Tamil Muslim




######## Tamil, Sri Lankan




######## Thigala




######## Tholuva Naicker




######## Tiruvalluvar
######## Valaiyar




######## Valluvan




######## Vaniyan




######## Vannan




######## Vanniyan




######## Vathiriyan




######## Vellalan
######## Vellan Chettiar




         Vellayan Kuppam
######## Veluthonathunayar




######## Vettakkaran




######## Vettiyan




######## Yatagiri




######## Yavane




######## Taram
######## Taram, Temki




######## Citak, Tamnin




######## Tampias Lobu




######## Tampuan




######## Tamprusi




######## Tanacross




######## Tanahmerah
######## Tanaina




######## Tanapag




######## Tandia




######## Antandroy




######## Mahafaly




######## Tanalana




######## Tanima
######## Tangale




######## Tangchangya




######## Tanga




######## Tangu




######## Tangkhul




######## Tangko




######## Tangoa
######## Tanguat




######## Tanimbili




######## Tanimuca




######## Koro Funtu of Kafin Koro




######## Antanosimboahangy




######## Antanosy




######## Tapei
######## Tapiete




######## Tapirape




######## Tareng




######## Tariano




######## Berber, Rifi




######## Tarok




######## Truku
######## Tarpia




######## Tasawaq




######## Hawai Tangsa




######## Jugli Tangsa




######## Kemsing Tangsa




######## Korang Tangsa




######## Longchang Tangsa
######## Longphi Tangsa




######## Longri Tangsa




######## Longsang Tangsa




######## Moglum Tangsa




######## Mossang Tangsa




######## Roerah




######## Roerah Tangsa
######## Sangwal Tangsa




######## Sechu Tangsa




######## Simsa Tangsa




######## Sulung Bangni




######## Tikhak Tangsa




######## Tyolin Tangsa




######## Yongkuk Tangsa
######## Yougli Tangsa




######## Tasmate




######## Chatino, Tataltepec




######## Tatana




######## Tatar




######## Tatuyo




######## Tauade
######## Taulil-Butam




######## Taungyo




######## Taupota




######## Tause




######## Taushiro




######## Tausug




######## Tauya
######## Taveta




######## Tavoyan




######## Romany, Tattare




######## Tavara




######## Tuareg, Tamajaq




######## Tuareg, Udalan




######## Tawande
######## Tawang Monpa




######## Tawara




######## Dabra




######## Taworta




######## Tawoyan




######## Tawr Chin




######## Tay, Tho
######## Franco-Annamite




######## Tay Khang




######## Tay Sa Pa




######## Tay Tac




######## Tuareg, Air




######## Kaldosh




######## Berber, Tanznatit
######## Tiboli




######## Tchitchege




######## Tchumbuli




######## Teanu, Buma




######## Dogon, Tebul Ure




######## Totonaca, Tecpatalan




######## Teda
######## Tiddim Chin




######## Tee




######## Tenbo




######## Tefaro




######## Arabized Tagale




######## Togole




######## Tehit
######## Tehuelche




######## Zapoteco, Tejalapan




######## Aboo




######## Teke, South Central




######## Teke, Southern




######## Teke-Laali




######## Teke, Central
######## Teke, Northern




######## Teke, Western




######## Teke-Tyee




######## Tectiteco




######## Tela-Masbuar




######## Telefol




######## Adi Andhra
######## Adi Kshatriya




######## Anamuk




######## Arakala




######## Aray Mala




######## Arunthathiyar




######## Asili




######## Ayyarakam
######## Badthi




######## Bagata




######## Balasantoshi




######## Balija, Hindu




######## Balija, Muslim




######## Bandi




######## Bangti
######## Bania, Komti




######## Bania, Lingayat




######## Bania, Sikh




######## Bania, Trivarnika Vaisya




######## Bariki




######## Bazigar, Hindu




######## Bedar, Hindu
######## Bhampta




######## Bindla




######## Boya




######## Budabukkala




######## Butti Telaga




######## Byagara




######## Chachati
######## Chenchu




######## Chopemari




######## Chuppolu




######## Dakkal




######## Devadasi




######## Devanga




######## Dhobi
######## Domm




######## Dudekula




######## Durgamurgi




######## Ellamalawar




######## Gandia




######## Gandla




######## Ganga Reddi
######## Gangani




######## Godari




######## Gosangi, Hindu




######## Gosangi, Muslim




######## Gudala




######## Hill Reddi




######## Idiga
######## Irika




######## Jaggali




######## Jambuvulu




######## Janapath




######## Janappan




######## Jatikirtuli




######## Kaikala
######## Kalal, Hindu




######## Kamathi




######## Kammara




######## Kampa




######## Kapewar




######## Katri Rajulu




######## Kolupulvandlu
######## Konda Dhora




######## Konda Kapu




######## Konda Reddi




######## Korwa




######## Kummari




######## Lingader




######## Madasi Kuruva
######## Madiga




######## Madiga Christian




######## Madiga Dasu




######## Madiga, Muslim




######## Magadhi Goral




######## Majjula




######## Mala
######## Mala




######## Mala Chetti




######## Mala Christian




######## Mala Dasari




######## Mala Dasu




######## Mala Hannai




######## Mala Jangam
######## Mala Malasar




######## Mala Masti




######## Mala Pulayan




######## Mala Sale




######## Mala Sanyasi




######## Mala Urali




######## Mangala
######## Manna Dhora




######## Manne




######## Manula




######## Mashti




######## Matangi




######## Mellikallu




######## Mitha Ayyalvar
######## Mondiwaru




######## Mukha Dhora




######## Muli




######## Mundapotta




######## Munnur




######## Musti Chenchu




######## Muthrasi
######## Nagarulu




######## Nagavasulu




######## Naikadaya




######## Nandiwale




######## Navda




######## Nethagiri




######## Neyyala
######## Noliya




######## Ondipuli




######## Padigarajulu




######## Pagadai




######## Pagativeshagallu




######## Paidi




######## Pambada
######## Panchama




######## Panniandi




######## Patharwat




######## Perka




######## Perumal Makkukkaran




######## Pichakuntla




######## Rajannalu
######## Razu




######## Reddi Dhora




######## Reddiyar




######## Runjalavallu




######## Sadhana Surulu




######## Sakunapakshollu




######## Sapari
######## Sapati




######## Sarekari




######## Satani




######## Segidi




######## Senatal




######## Sharadakani




######## Sindhollu
######## Sishtakarnam




######## Telaga




######## Telugu




######## Thoti, Caste




######## Thoti, Tribe




######## Thottia Nayak




######## Tohala
######## Udupula




######## Urikkara Naicker




######## Vaddar, Hindu




######## Valmiki




######## Vanati




######## Velama




######## Viramushti
######## Viswakarma




######## Waggai




######## Yara




######## Yatla




######## Yedu Kulam




######## Yenadi




######## Yetla
######## Yite




######## Yuarulau




######## Teluti




######## Kotokoli




######## Tougourt




######## Nahuatl, Temascaltepec




######## Tembe
######## Tembo




######## Tembo, Motembo




######## Teme




######## Temain




######## Sonjo




######## Northern Sakai




######## Otomi, Temoaya
######## Temoq




######## Dusun Tempasuk




######## Temuan




######## Tayten




######## Yanghuang




######## Quichua, Lowland, Tena




######## Otomi, Tenango
######## Dogon, Tene Kan




######## Tenggarong Kutai




######## Tenggerese




######## Diahoi




######## Parintintin




######## Tenharim




######## Tenino
######## Tench




######## Tennet




######## Teop




######## Teor




######## Chinanteco, Tepetotutla




######## Cuicateco, Tepeuxila




######## Chinanteco, Tepinapa
######## Krumen, Tepo




######## Saami, Ter




######## Tera




######## Terepu




######## Buin




######## Terena




######## Teressa
######## Tereweng




######## Naso




######## Teribe




######## Terik




######## Rotinese




######## Ternate




######## Keiga Jirru
######## Tese




######## Bakedi




######## Mening




######## Teso




######## Tetela




######## Nahuatl, Tetelcingo




######## Tetum
######## Tetum




######## Te'un




######## Cuicateco, Teutila




######## Tewa




######## Tewa




######## Tewe




######## Otomi, Texcatepec
######## Popoluca, Texistepec




######## Zapoteco, Texmelucan




######## Mixteco, Tezoatlan




######## Tha




######## Kuki, Changsen




######## Kuki, Chongthir




######## Kuki, Kholhang
######## Kuki, Khongsai




######## Kuki, Lengthang




######## Kuki, Lnykin




######## Kuki, Singjit




######## Kuki, Sokte




######## Central Thai, Siamese




######## Han Chinese, Thai-Speaking
######## Jew, Thai Speaking




######## Lao Ti




######## Thai Islam, Central




######## Thai, Central




######## Thai, Khorat




######## Lao Song




######## Chimtan
######## Panchgaunle




######## Thakali




######## Thakali Marphali




######## Thakali Syangtan




######## Thami




######## Thao




######## Tharaka
######## Thaayoore




######## Thaypan




######## Thae




######## Tho




######## Thompson




######## Thu Lao




######## Thudam Bhotia
######## Thulunge Rai




######## Dhr Thuri




######## Aizi, Tiagbamrin




######## Malmariv




######## Tiang




######## Djanti




######## Bhotia, Buddhist
######## Bhotia, Buddhist Tibetan




######## Chhazang




######## Hkauri




######## Hsifan




######## Keji




######## Kham Zayu




######## Tibetan, Boyu
######## Tibetan, Central




######## Tibetan, Gtsang




######## Tibetan, Nghari




######## Tibetan, Zhongdian




######## Ticherong




######## Tikuna




######## Tidikelt Tamzight
######## Tidong




######## Tidore




######## Tiefo




######## Tiene




######## Bozo, Tieyaxo




######## Tifal




######## Omo
######## Mbembe, Tigon




######## Mensa




######## Tigre




######## Tigray-Tigrigna




######## Rotinese, Tii




######## Mixteco, Tijaltapec




######## Tikar
######## Tikopia




######## Otomi, Tilapa




######## Zapoteco, Tilquiapan




######## Tilung




######## Tima




######## Timbe




######## Banta
######## Koya




######## Sanda




######## Temne




######## Lower Murut, Bukau




######## Murut, Timogun




######## Sambal, Tina




######## Jo
######## Lahaula




######## Lahuli, Tinan




######## Piling




######## Tindin




######## Tingal




######## Ikalahan, Kalanguya




######## Vasui
######## Tira




######## Torona




######## Tirahi




######## Tiri




######## Tiruray




######## Tita




######## Titan
######## Tiv




######## Tiwa




######## Tiwi




######## Tepehua, Tlachichilco




######## Tlapaneco, Tlacoapa




######## Chinanteco, Tlacoatzintepec




######## Zapoteco, Tlacolulita
######## Mixe, Tlahuitoltepec




         Mixe, Tlahuitoltepec,
######## Oaxaca




######## Nahuatl, Tlamacazapa




######## Tlingit




######## To'ambaita




######## Toaripi




######## Toba
######## Toba-Maskoy




######## Yotafa




######## Tobelo




######## Tobian




######## Tobilang




######## Tobo




######## Assurini do Tocantins
######## Moro Hills (Tacho)




######## Toda




######## Todrah




######## Tofamna




######## Tofin-Gbe




######## Togbo




######## Oodham
######## Tojolabal




######## Bibasa




######## Detribalized




######## Neo-Melanesian Papuan




######## Tokano




######## Tokelauan




######## Toku-No-Shima
######## Tolpan




######## Tolaki, Asera




######## Tolaki, Konawe




######## Tolaki, Laiwui




######## Tolaki, Mekongga




######## Tolaki, Wiwirano




######## Tolomako
######## Toma




######## Tomadino




######## Tombelala




######## Linkabau




######## Tambanua




######## Tombulu Menadonese




######## Tomini
######## Dogon, Tomo Kan




######## Tumie




######## Tondanou




######## Tonga




######## Niuatoputapu




######## Tongan




######## Leya
######## Toka




######## Tonga




######## Tonga, Zambezi




######## Tongwe




######## Tonsawang




######## Tonsea




######## Tontemboa
######## Tooro




######## Topoiyo




######## Toposa




######## Tora




######## Toraja-Sa'dan




######## Torom




######## Torau
######## Finnish, Tornedalen




######## Turkwam




######## Dogon, Toro So




######## Dogon, Toro Tegu




######## Toromono




######## Torres Strait Islander




######## Torricelli
######## Turvali




######## Albanian, Tosk




######## Totela




######## Toli-Toli




######## Zapoteco, Totomachapan




######## Mixe, Totontepec




######## Mixe, Totontepec, Oaxaca
######## Baniata




######## Tura




######## Doura




######## Towei




######## Danish Traveller




######## Traveller, Norwegian




######## Scottish Traveller
######## Tregami




######## Trieng




######## Trimuris




######## Tring




######## Tringus




######## Trinidadian, Creole-Speaking




######## Trinitario
######## Trio




######## Trumai




######## Batsangui, Tsangi




######## Tsakhur




######## Tsakonian




######## Kotogut




######## Tsemai
######## Utsat




######## Tseku




######## Dirang Monpa




######## Monba, Cona




######## Sharchop




         Tsikimba, Auna-Agaraiwa
######## Kambari




######## Tsimane
######## Marofotsy




######## Tsimehety




######## Tsimshian




######## Ashingini




######## Gadi




######## Kamberri




######## Lotsu-Piri
######## Tsoa, Hiechware




######## MiTsogo, Tsogo




######## Tsonga




######## Tsou




######## Tsum




######## Tsun-Lao




######## Tsivadi
######## Terki




######## Tswa




######## Tswana




######## Tswana, Central




######## Tswana, Hurutshe




######## Tswana, Kgatla




######## Tswana, Kwena
######## Tswana, Malete




######## Tswana, Ngwaketse




######## Tswana, Ngwato




######## Tswana, Rolong




######## Tswana, Seleka




######## Tswana, Tawana




######## Tswana, Tlhaping
######## Tswana, Tlharu




######## Tswana, Tlokwa




######## Tswapong




######## Mongour




######## Tu




######## Tuamotuan




######## Arapaso
######## Miriti-Tapuia




######## Tukano




######## Tugen




######## Tugun




######## Tugutil




######## Kaledupa




######## Tukangbesi, North
######## Tukangbesi Utara




######## Tukangbesi, South




######## Betsinga




######## Tokode




######## Tula




######## Tulehu




######## Kamdang
######## Tulishi




######## Bakuda




######## Bathada




######## Chaliyan




######## Devadiga




######## Gatti




######## Godda
######## Hasalaru




######## Hasla, Hindu




######## Maila




######## Malaikudi




######## Malava




######## Maleru




######## Mavilan
######## Moger




######## Mundala




######## Nai, Sikh




######## Nalkadaya




######## Narsanna




######## Pale




######## Sudri
######## Tulu




######## Tulu-Bohuai




######## Irumu




######## Mawer




######## Tumak




######## Kanuri, Tumari




######## Senga
######## Tumbuka




######## Kitimi




######## Tumleo




######## Tumtum




######## Sisala, Tumulung




######## Berber, Mozabite




######## Nen
######## Lavongai




######## Tarunggare




######## Tunya




######## Arab, Tunisian




######## Bedouin, Sahel




######## Tunjung Dayak




######## Tunni
######## Duguza




######## Tuotomb




######## Tupari




######## Tuburi




######## Turaka




######## Turiwara




######## Turka
######## Turkana




######## Khalaj




######## Cypriot, Turkish




######## Gajal




######## Hemshinli




######## Millet




######## Romany, Turkish
######## Turk




######## Chagatai




######## Turkmen




         Turks and Caicos Creole
######## English Speakers




######## Turoyo




######## Tutung




######## Tutuba
######## Mixteco, Tututepec




######## Tututni




######## Tuvaluan




######## Tsaatan




######## Tuvinian




######## Kiangan Ifugao




######## Tuwari
######## Bowili




######## Tuyuka




######## Twendi




######## Atakat




######## Kachichere




######## Kafanchan




######## Kagoro
######## Katab




######## Sholio




######## Wogait




######## Tzeltal, Bachajon




######## Tzeltal, Oxchuc




######## Tzotzil, Chamula




######## Tzotzil, Chenalho
######## Tzotzil, Hixtan




         Tzotzil, San Andres
######## Larrainzar




######## Tzotzil, Venustiano Carranza




######## Tzotzil, Zinacantan




######## Tzutujil, Eastern




######## Tzutujil, Western




######## Puman
######## Timorese




######## Kwale




######## Ubaghara




######## Ubang




######## Ubi




######## Ubir




######## Asheninca Ucayali-Yurua
######## Uda




######## Udin




######## Udekhe




######## Udmurt




######## Uduk




######## Ufim




######## Ugele
######## Ugong




######## Uhami-Iyayu




######## Akto Turkmen




######## Keriya




######## Uyghur




######## Uyghur, Lop Nur




######## Uyghur, Taklimakan
######## Uyghur, Yutian




######## Uisai




######## Udjir




######## Ujir, Udjir




######## Ukaan




######## Benkonjo




######## Ukit
######## Ukpe-Bayobiri




######## Akpet-Ehom




######## Ukrainian




######## Ukue-Ehuen




######## Ukuriguma




######## Ukwa




######## Ukwuani-Aboh
######## Suain




######## Ulchi




######## Ulithian




######## Ulukwumi




######## Ulumanda




######## Uma




######## Western Kenyah
######## Umalung




######## Gwedena




######## Columbia River Sahaptin




######## Umbindhamu




######## Umbugarla




######## Umbundu




######## Kaugel
######## Umbuygamu




######## Ume Saami




######## Umeda




######## Umiray Dumagat




######## Umon




######## Umpila




######## Goliath
######## Delaware




######## Guaigun




######## Jiarong, Southern




######## Kuki, Taraor




######## Mel




######## Salao




######## Tibetan, Shanyan
######## Unde




######## Bali-Vitu




######## Uneme




######## Rabaul Creole German




######## Unua




######## Chehalis




######## Dani, Upper Grand Valley
######## Crioulo, Upper Guinea




######## Portuguese Creole




######## Dusun Segama




######## Kinabatangan, Upper




######## Sinabu




######## Upper Kuskokwim




######## Totonaca, Patla-Chicontla
######## Sorabe




######## Tanana, Upper




######## Upper Tanudan Kalinga




######## Ta'oih, Upper




######## Taromi, Upper




######## Ticanese




######## Uramat
######## Ura




######## Uradhi




######## Urak Lawoi'




######## Urapmin




######## Urarina




######## Urat




######## Abdul
######## Agaria, Muslim




######## Ansari




######## Arain, Hindu




######## Atari




######## Atishbaz




######## Badhai, Muslim




######## Badhi, Muslim
######## Baghban, Muslim




######## Bagwan, Muslim




######## Bahelia, Muslim




######## Balahar, Muslim




######## Balai, Muslim




######## Bandhamati, Muslim




######## Bangni
######## Bania, Muslim




######## Banjara, Muslim




######## Bansphor, Muslim




######## Barad, Muslim




######## Bari, Muslim




######## Baria, Muslim




######## Barutgar
######## Bazigar, Muslim




######## Bedar, Muslim




######## Bengali, Muslim




######## Bhand, Muslim




######## Bhangi, Muslim




######## Bharbhunja, Muslim




######## Bhat, Muslim
######## Bhathiara, Hindu




######## Bhathiara, Muslim




######## Bhisti




######## Bhoi, Muslim




######## Bisati




######## Borewale




######## Burara
######## Chadar




######## Chakketakare




######## Chamar, Muslim




######## Changar




######## Chapparband, Muslim




######## Chhalapdar




######## Chhimba, Muslim
######## Chhipa, Muslim




######## Chik, Muslim




######## Chungar




######## Dai




######## Daroga, Muslim




######## Darzi, Muslim




######## Deshwali, Hindu
######## Dharhi, Muslim




######## Dhobi, Muslim




######## Dhund




######## Dom, Muslim




######## Domal




######## Faqir




######## Gadaria, Muslim
######## Gaddi




######## Gandhi, Muslim




######## Gantisayebulu




######## Garoda, Muslim




######## Ghasi, Muslim




######## Ghirath, Muslim




######## Ghosi, Muslim
######## Gidhiya, Muslim




######## Gond, Muslim




######## Goriya, Muslim




######## Gosain, Muslim




######## Gujar, Muslim




######## Halalkhor, Muslim




######## Halwai, Muslim
######## Hammal




######## Harni




######## Jatigar




######## Jhojha




######## Jhojha, Hindu




######## Jhojha, Muslim




######## Jogi, Muslim
######## Kachera, Muslim




######## Kaghzi




######## Kahar, Muslim




######## Kalwar, Muslim




######## Kanai




######## Kanera




######## Kanjar, Muslim
######## Kankali




######## Karmali




######## Kayastha, Muslim




######## Khadim




######## Khangar, Muslim




######## Khati, Muslim




######## Khatik, Muslim
######## Khumra, Muslim




######## Kolowar




######## Konkanese




######## Kumhar, Muslim




######## Kunjra




######## Kurmi, Muslim




######## Labana, Muslim
######## Laheri, Muslim




######## Lakhera




######## Lodha, Muslim




######## Lohar, Muslim




######## Lunia, Muslim




######## Machhi, Hindu




######## Machhi, Muslim
######## Mahratta, Muslim




######## Mahtam, Muslim




######## Makh




######## Mali, Muslim




######## Manihar




######## Masku




######## Mawalud
######## Megh, Muslim




######## Meo, Muslim




######## Merat, Muslim




######## Mirasi, Muslim




######## Mochi, Muslim




######## Moghol




######## Momna
######## Muhajir




######## Mukeri, Muslim




######## Murao, Muslim




######## Nai, Muslim




######## Nalband




######## Namdagur




######## Nanbai
######## Nargir




######## Nat, Muslim




######## Pakhiwara




######## Pankhiya




######## Pasi, Muslim




######## Pawaria, Muslim




######## Pinjara
######## Putliwale




######## Qalaigar




######## Qalandar




######## Qarol




######## Qassab




######## Qazi




######## Quam-e-Punjab
######## Rajput, Muslim




######## Ramdasia, Muslim




######## Rangrez, Muslim




######## Rayeen, Muslim




######## Sahisia




######## Saini, Muslim




######## Saryara, Muslim
######## Saun




######## Sayyid




######## Sikligar, Muslim




######## Silpkar, Muslim




######## Sonar, Muslim




######## Sunnak




######## Taga, Muslim
######## Takari




######## Tamboli, Muslim




######## Tawaif, Muslim




######## Teli, Muslim




######## Thakuria




######## Thathera, Muslim




######## Tirgar, Muslim
######## Urdu




######## Vaddar, Muslim




######## Vyapari




######## Urhobo




######## Uri Vehees




######## Uriginau




######## Urim
######## Urimo




######## Yaugiba




######## Uripiv-Atchin




######## Uru




######## Uruangnirin




######## Urubu




######## Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau
######## Uru-Pa-In




######## Usakade




######## Usan




######## Usurufa




######## Ushojo




######## Chinanteco, Usila




######## Usku
######## Uspantec




######## Usui, Ushoi




######## Osum




######## Paiute, Southern




######## Utu




######## Uvbie




######## Usu
######## Arab, Uzbeki




######## Uzekwe




######## Vafsi




######## Kwanka




######## Bagdi, Wagdi




######## Vaghri, Muslim




######## Tavula
######## Vagala




######## Vai




######## Vaiphei




######## Vaiphui




######## Tana




######## Vale




######## Chinanteco, Valle Nacional
######## Valman




######## Valpei




######## Moaeke




######## Ndreme




######## Vangunu




######## Vanimo




######## Vano
######## Vanuma




######## Vao




######## Varese




######## Varli




######## Dogra, Muslim




######## Khosha




######## Vatrata
######## Veddah




######## Vehes




######## Maabas




######## Vemgo, Mabas




######## Lemba




######## Venda




######## Italian, Venetian
######## Venetian




######## Vengoo




######## Vepsian




######## Vidunda




######## Baviya




######## Vige, Viemo




######## Jing
######## Vietnamese




######## Vilela




######## Bavili




######## Villaviciosa Agta




######## Vinmavis




######## Vinza




         Tobagonian Creole English
######## Speakers
######## Vincentian, Creole-Speaking




######## Virgin Islanders




######## Vita




######## Vitou




######## Belgians, Fleming




######## Fleming




######## Romany, Kalderash
######## Romany, Lovari




######## Romany, Vlach




######## Kiballo




######## Vod




######## Vumbu




######## Vunapu




######## Vunjo
######## Mosin




######## Vute




######## Wanji




######## Ben




######## Va




######## Waama




######## Sanye
######## Wab




######## Wabo




######## Wabuda Kiwai




######## Wachi




######## Wadaginamb




######## Tharadari Koli




######## Wadiyara Koli
######## Kuwama




######## Wadjiginy




######## Wadjigu




######## Wae Rana




######## Waema




######## Waffa




######## Wagawaga
######## Bunkar




######## Damor




######## Nagda




######## Narsingpura




######## Wageman




######## Foran




######## Mataru
######## Kayan, Wahau




######## Kenyah, Wahau




######## Wahgi




######## Waigeli




######## Amber




######## Wailapa




######## Roro
######## Waima




######## Waima'a




######## Northern Barasano




######## Atruahi




######## Waioli




######## Katawian




######## Oyanpik
######## Wai-Wai




######## Waja




######## Watjari




######## Waka




######## Wakawaka




######## Wakde




######## Gagre
######## Guhjali, Wakhi




######## Langalanga




######## Walak




######## Wala




######## Wali




######## Arabized Wali




######## Waling
######## Walio




######## Northeast Sahaptin




######## Wallisian




######## Walmatjari




######## Dogon, Walo Kumbe




######## Walser




######## Olangchung Gola
######## Wamas




######## Gudandji




######## Wambaya




######## Wambon




######## Chaurasia




######## Konyagi




######## Wamin
######## Wampanoag




######## Laewomba




######## Wampur




######## Wan




######## Vanambre




######## Wanap




######## Khrodeng Bangni
######## Wancho




######## Wanda




######## Gamargu




######## Kirawa




######## Mandara




######## Wandamen




######## Bawandji
######## Wandji




######## Wane




######## Wanetsi




######## Wongaibon




######## Wanggamala




######## Wangganguru




######## Wanggom
######## Wanman




######## Abinsi




######## Wano




######## Bam




######## Wantoat




######## Yagawak




######## Wanukaka
######## Waorani




######## Wukari Jukun




######## Wase Jukun




######## Wapixana




######## Rouku




######## Wara




######## Warao
######## Waray




######## Waray-Waray




######## Wardaman




######## Warduji




######## Warembori




######## Wares




######## Waris
######## Weretai




######## Warji




######## Warkay-Bipim




######## Warlmanpa




######## Wailbri




######## Warluwara




######## Warnang
######## Werni




######## Waropen




######## Warrgamay




######## Waru




######## Warumungu




######## Waruna




######## Warungu
######## Wasa




######## Upper Chinook




######## Gusap




######## Waskia




######## Watakataui




######## Watam




######## Watubela
######## Waura




######## Wauyai




######## Wawa




######## Wawonii




######## Han Chinese, Waxiang




######## Oiampi




######## Oyampipuku
######## Guianese White




######## Wayana




######## Wayoro




######## Vayu




######## Guajiro




######## Wobe




######## Central Guere
######## Wedau




######## Weh




######## Wewewa




######## Welaung




######## Karangi




######## Weliki




######## Welsh
######## Welsh Gypsy




######## Weme-Gbe




######## Were




######## Weli




######## Kolana-Wersin




######## Duindui




######## Berawan, West
######## Banda




######## Gbi




######## Golo




######## Wojo




######## Azebu




######## Macha




######## Raya
######## Tulama




######## Wallega




######## Wallo




######## Yejju




######## Bajau, West Coast




######## Damar, West




######## Diodio
######## West Kewa




######## Lembata, West




######## Makian Barat




######## Masela, Central




######## Masela, West




######## Tarangan, West




######## West Uvean
######## Yugur, Saragh




######## Yimba, Limba




######## Apache, Western




######## Aranda, Western




######## Baluchi, Western




######## Guarani, Western Bolivian




######## Western Bukidnon Manobo
######## Cakchiquel, Western




######## Inuit, Western Canadian




######## Cham, Western




######## Champa




######## Dani, Western




######## Irani




######## Jew, Judeo-Persian
######## Mashadi




######## Qatar Persian




######## Nadroga




######## Nuclear Western Fiji




######## Frisian




######## Western Gurung




######## Chatino, Sierra Occidental
######## Chatino, Yaitepec




         Purepecha, Sierra
######## Occidental




######## Nahuatl, Huasteco Oeste




######## Mixteco, Juxtlahuaca Oeste




######## Mixteco, Mixtepec




######## Karaboro, Western




######## Chatong
######## Kuka




######## Kayah, Western




######## Western Keres Pueblo




######## Krahn, Western




######## Lawa




######## Western Lawa




######## Magar, Western
######## Kalanke




######## Maninka, Western




######## Mari, High




######## Miao, Mashan Western




######## Newange Rai




######## Maalula




######## West Aramaic
######## Fula




######## Fula, Jelgooji




######## Gurmanche Fulani




######## Western Fulani




######## Ojibwa, Western




######## Ahir, Muslim




######## Bahai
######## Daudpotra




######## Gujar




######## Jat, Muslim




######## Jhandir




######## Kajla




######## Kakuana




######## Kanchan, Muslim
######## Khattar




######## Madari




######## Maliar




######## Marija, Muslim




######## Pherera, Muslim




######## Pujari




######## Punjabi, Western
######## Santia, Muslim




######## Thori, Muslim




######## Wagha




######## Kham, Maikoti




######## Kham-Magar




######## Penan




######## Sisala, Western
######## Subanon, Western




######## Tamang, Western




######## Tawbuid, Western




######## Totonaca, Ozumatlan




######## Western Tunebo




######## Hmong, Western Xiangxi




######## Gbe, Western Xwla
######## Hwla




######## Jew, Yiddish, Western




######## Wetamut




######## Wewaw




######## Gelao, White




######## Lachi, White




######## Napuanmen Tannese
######## Mandi




######## Pilcomayo Mataco




######## Nocten Mataco




######## Vejoz Mataco




######## Wikalkan




######## Wik-Epa




######## Wik-Iiyanh
######## Wik-Keyangan




######## Wik-Meanha




######## Wik-Munkan




######## Wik-Ngathan




######## Wikngenchera




######## Wilawila




######## Kolsi
######## Gidra




######## Ume Lapp




######## Wiradhuri




######## Wirangu




######## Wiru




######## Wogamusin




######## Wogeo
######## Woi




######## Bodougouka




######## Odin Jula




######## Sienkoka




######## Toudougouka




######## Vandougouka




######## Wolane
######## Wodani




######## Wolaitta




######## Woleaian




######## Wolio




######## Lebou




######## Wolof




######## Wom
######## Wom




######## Wongo




######## Cree, Woods




######## Woria




######## Worodougou




######## Worora




######## Wotu
######## Waunana




######## Chinese, Wu




######## Han Chinese, Wenchow




######## Wudu




######## Wulna




######## Bomboko




######## Wumbvu
######## Wunai




######## Wunambal




######## Aling




######## Depo




######## Gepo, Eastern




######## Gese




######## Gouzou
######## Guopu




######## Lagou




######## Laka




######## Luowu




######## Nasu, Panxian




######## Nasu, Wusa




######## Neiso, Central
######## Neisu, Da Hei




######## Neisu, Xiao Hei




######## Nosu, Mangbu




######## Nosu, Shuixi




######## Sanie




######## Tushu




######## Wopu
######## Wumeng




######## Wushi, Babessi




######## Wusi




######## Wutung




######## Wutun




######## Wuvulu-Aua




######## Wuzlam
######## Khasonke




######## Zapoteco, Xadani




######## Hamta




######## Xamir




######## Zapoteco, Xanaguia




######## Xaracuu




######## Aragure
######## Xavante




######## Xerente




######## Xeta




######## Pondo




######## Tembu




######## Xhosa




######## Xiandao
######## Aoka




######## Han Chinese, Xiang




######## Miao, Lupanshui




######## Pingdi




######## Xibe




######## Xibe, Western




         Totonaca, Xicotepec de
######## Juarez
######## Xinca




######## Assurini do Xingu




######## Xipinawa




######## Griqua




######## Xiriâna




######## Gepo, Western




######## Lalu, Xinping
######## Lalu, Xuzhang




######## Lalu, Yangliu




######## Laluo, Jiantou




######## Laluo, Mishaba




######## Lami




######## Lawu




######## Limi
######## Luoluopo, Western




######## Pengzi




######## Suan




######## Tusa




######## Xiangtang




######## Xokleng




######## Xweda-Gbe
######## Xwela-Gbe




######## Yabem




######## Yaben




######## Yabong




######## Ekpari




######## Yaeyama




######## Yafi
######## Yagaria




######## Yagnob




######## Yagomi




######## Yagua




######## Yagwoia




######## Yahadian




######## Yahang
######## Bayaka Pygmy




######## Yaka




######## Yaka




######## Yakaikeke




######## Yakima




######## Yacan




######## Yakan
######## Yakha




######## Yakoma




######## Yakut




######## Yala




######## Jahalatane




######## Zapoteco, Yalalag




######## Nagatman
######## Yalunka




######## Yahgan




######## Yamap




######## Mbubem




######## Yambes




######## Yambetta




######## Jamden
######## Yami




######## Chitonajuas




######## Yaminawa




######## Yamna




######## Yamongeri




######## Yamphe




######## Yamphu Rai
         Quechua, Pasco-
######## Yanahuanca




######## Dogon, Yanda Dom




######## Yandruwandha




######## Amuesha




######## Dianbao




######## Zhuang, Yang




######## Yangben
######## Yangbye




######## Bayongho




######## Miyangho




######## Bashar




######## Yangman




######## Gbendere




######## Yangulam
######## Yangum Dey




######## Aiku




######## Yankunytjatjara




######## Jarnango




######## Yanomam, Waica




######## Yanomam, Guaharibo




######## Yansi
######## Yao




######## Asmat, Yaosakor




######## Yaure




######## Yapese




######## Yapunda




######## Yanyuwa




######## Yaqay
######## Yaqui




######## Yarawata




######## Yareba




######## Zapoteco, Yareni




######## Yari




######## Yarsun




######## Yasa
######## Zapoteco, Lachirioag




######## Zapoteco, Yatee




######## Zapoteco, Yatzachi




######## Yau




######## Yau




######## Yaul




######## Yauma
######## Yaur




######## Zapoteco, Yautepec




######## Quechua, Yauyos




######## Yava




######## Yawalapiti, Walapiti




######## Shanenawa




######## Yawanawa
######## Yawarawarga




######## Yabiyufa




######## Yabio




######## Yazgul




######## Totonaca, Yecuatla




######## Yey




######## Yekhee
######## Yekora




######## Yela




######## Rossel Islander




######## Yelmek




######## Yelogu




######## Bamileke-Tchang




######## Yem
######## Yandang




######## Yeniche




         Cakchiquel, Southwestern
######## Yepocapa




######## Yerakai




######## Yeretuar




######## Yerong




######## Koracha, Tribe
######## Nyeu




######## Yerukula




######## Yeskwa




######## Mayo-Yessan




######## Biksi




######## Yetfa




######## Yevanic
######## Yeye




######## Yidgha




######## Yidiny




######## Yil




######## Yimas




######## Chirr




######## Makwara
######## Tikhir




######## Yimchungra




######## Karen, Yinbaw




######## Yinchia




######## Yindjibarndi




######## Yindjilandji




######## Piro
######## Yinggarda




######## Karen, Yintale




######## Yir Yoront




######## Yis




######## Yiwom




######## Dida, Yocoboue




######## Yogad
######## Yoidik




######## Pauwi




######## Yoki




######## Mixteco, Yoloxochitl




######## Pila




######## Yombe




######## Yonaguni
######## Yong




######## Zhuang, Yongbei




######## Kati, Southern




######## Yonggom




######## Zanofil




######## Zhuang, Yongnan




######## Isan
######## Kewieng




######## Nokopo




######## Wandabong




######## Manu Park Panoan




######## Yoron




######## Egba




######## Yoruba
######## Yoruba, Ahori




######## Yoruba, Idassa




######## Yoruba, Owu




######## Yos




######## Mixteco, Yosondua




######## Zhuang, Youjiang




######## Jino
######## Younuo




######## Yoy




######## Nyua-Bonde




######## Maya, Chan Santa Cruz




######## Maya, Yucatan




######## Mixteco, Yucuane




######## Yucuna
######## Han Chinese, Dan




######## Han Chinese, Sino-Mauritian




######## Han Chinese, Yue




######## Ngai




######## Yuhup




######## Yukpa




######## Nyikuben
######## Yulu




######## Yuqui




######## Yuracare




######## Yuruti




######## Mixteco, Yutanduchi




######## Yuana




######## Zapoteco, Zaachila
######## Zabana




######## Chatino, Zacatepec




######## Nahuatl, Tenango




######## Nahuatl, Tlalitzlipa




######## Awlad Mana




######## Bideyat




######## Zaghawa
######## Zaiwa




######## Zan Gula




######## Zanaki




######## Azande




######## Gara




######## Zangskar




######## Zangwal
######## Zapoteco, Zaniza




######## Zaparo




######## Zaramo




######## Boto




######## Zakshi




######## Zari




######## Zerma
######## Zauzou




######## Zay




######## Karen, Zayein




######## Zayse




######## Zergulla




######## Zazao




######## Zeem
######## Dhimba




######## Kacha Naga




######## Naga




######## Zeliang




######## Latep




######## Zenag




######## Masna
######## Zenaga




######## Chatino, Zenzontepec




######## Zhaba




######## Zhoa




######## Zhuang




######## Ziya




######## Zigwa
######## Bagwa Zimakani




######## Zimba




######## Zinza




######## Sirhe




######## Zirenkel




######## Fali of Jilbu




######## Poturu
######## Zuoke




######## Zapoteco, Zoogocho




######## Parsee-Gabri




######## Zotung Chin




######## Zome




######## Zou




######## Gaduwa
######## Gemzek




######## Zulgo




######## Zulu




######## Zumaya




######## Jimbin




######## Zuni Pueblo




######## Yongchun
######## Zhuang, Zuojiang




######## Charumba




######## Zyphe
                                                     Memo




Deaf … general code for core deaf worldwide. ROP Geopolitical Index entries and corresponding population
estimates in ROP Supplemental Data are from CPPI




Okung … a people of Angola. South border with Namibia, surrounded by Lucazi (lch). Alt Names: !O!ung,
!O!kung (Ethnologue 16). Northern Khoisan. Nomads, hunter-gatherers. Animists (WCD).




Nusan … a people and language of Botswana. South Gantsi District, north Kgalagadi District, west Southern and
Kweneng districts. Also in Namibia. Alt Names: Ng|amani, Tsasi. Dialects: Auni (|Auni, |Auo), Kakia (Masarwa),
Ki|hazi, Ng|u||en (Nu||en, |U||en,




Handa, Tsexa … a people and language of Botswana. Northwest District, Khwai River, Mababe; near Khwe
(xuu). Alt Names: |Anda, Handá, Handa-Khwe, Handádam, Handakwe-Dam, Ts’exa, Ts’éxa. Traditional religion,
Christian (Ethnologue 16). Eastern Khoe Bushmen.




Gxana … a people and language of Botswana. Ghanzi District, New Xadi and Ghanzi, Ghanzi commercial farms,
Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Central District, Boteti Subdistrict, cattleposts south and west of Rakops; east
of Naro, north of |Gwi. Alt Names: Dx




Gwi … a people and language of Botswana. Kweneng District in Dutlwe, Serinane, Takotokwane, Kautwane,
Khekhenye, Letihakeng, Morwamosu, and Tsetseng; Ghanzi District in New Xade, East Hanahai, and Kacgae. Alt
Names: Dcui, Gcwi, G|wi, G|wikhwe, G!wikwe. Di




Hua … a people and language of Botswana. Southern Kalahari Desert, Kweneng District, southwest Mahalapye
Subdistrict, Sasi. Alt Names: ‡Hoa, ‡Hoã, ‡Hoan, ‡Hua-Owani, |Hû, |Hua. Dialects: ‡Hua, Sasi. Related to !Xóõ
(nmn). Ethnic population reported at 200
Kung Gobabis … a people and language of Namibia. Ovamboland Territory, Ekoka. Also in Botswana. Ghanzi
District in Grootelaagte, Kanagas, Ghanzi, and commercial farms. Alt Names: ‡Kx’au||’ei, ||Au||ei, ||X’au||’e,
Auen, Kaukau, Koko, Kung-Gobabis. Dialect




Aari … a people and language of Ethiopia, north central Omo region, south tip of Ethiopia plateau, near the
Hamer-Banna (amf). Alt Names: Aarai, Ara, Ari, Aro, Shankilla, Shankilligna, Shankillinya. Agriculturalists;
traders; cottage industries. Tradition




Assa … native to Tanzania, North, central Maasai Steppe, Landenai, Ndovu Okutu, Lolbeni villages … 'Assa' is
the name for the people … Alt Name: Aasa, Asa, Asak, Asax, Dorobo … Aasax (aas) is the language (Ethnologue
16).




Gabadi … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Central Province, north of Galley Reach. Alt Names:
Abadi, Kabadi. Abadi (kbt) used in primary education for first 3 years. Younger also use Tok Pisin (tpi) or English.
Latin script. Gabadi is the Motu n




Abaga … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Eastern Highlands Province, Goroka District. Ethnic
Population: 1,200 (1975 SIL). Also use Kamano (kbq) and Benabena (bef). Abaga (abg) nearly extinct
(Ethnologue 16).




Abai Sungai … a language of Malaysia (Sabah), lower reaches of Kinabatangan River. Distinct from other
Paitanic languages (Upper Kinabatangan (dmg), Tombonuo (txa). Fishermen (Ethnologue 16). Sabah Malay
(msi) is used as second language.




Abanyom … a people and language of Nigeria, Cross River state, Ikom LGA, Abangkang main village. Alt Names:
Abanyum, Befun, Bofon, Mbofon. 12,500 (1986) (Ethnologue 16).
Abau … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province. Green River District, Sepik and Green
rivers. Alt Name: Green River. 7,270 (2000 census) (Ethnologue 16). Former entries of this name in Indonesia
are an error from a source; Ethnologue s




Abaza … a language of Russian Federation (Europe), Karachay-Cherkess Republic. Also in Germany, Turkey
(Asia). Alt Names: Abazin, Abazintsy, Ashuwa. Language use more vigorous in the Russian Federation than
Turkey. About 95% speak it as L 1. Most also use




Abe … a people and language of Côte d'Ivoire, Southern Department, Agboville Subprefecture (except Krobou
Canton); Tiassale Subprefecture, Abbe Canton. 70 villages. 170,000 (1995 SIL). Alt Names: Abbe, Abbey, Abi.
Agriculturalists. Christian, traditional




Abidji … a people and language of Côte d'Ivoire, Abidjan Department, Sikensi Subprefecture (12 villages);
Dabou Subprefecture, a few villages. 50,500 (1993 SIL). Alt Names: Abiji. Also use French (fra), Jula (dyu),
Baoule (bci) or Adioukrou (adj). Literac
People now speak Mander. Nearly extinct.




Abkhaz … a people and language of Georgia, Abkhaz Republic, Black Sea coast. Also in Russian Federation
(Asia), Turkey (Asia), Ukraine. Alt Name: Abxazo. National language of Georgia. 94% speak it as L 1.
Agriculturalists; animal husbandry, forestry. 101,




Ba'ban … a people and language of Nigeria, Taraba state, Sardauna LGA, Abong town, south-east of Baissa.
1,000 (1973 SIL). Alt Names: Abon, Abo, Abong. The people are called 'Ba'ban' and the language is Abon (abo).




Adjora … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Madang and East Sepik provinces; between Ramu,
Sepik, and Angoram rivers; northwest of Madang. 22 villages. Alt Names: Abu, Adjoria, Azao. Primarily speak
Abu (ado). Also use Tok Pisin (tpi). Educated yo




Abua … a people and language of Nigeria, Rivers state, Degema and Ahoada LGAs. 25,000 (Faraclas 1989)
(Ethnologue 16). Christians (70%); Animists (30%) (WCD).




Abui … a people and language of Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara). Lesser Sundas, Central and west Alor. Alt Names:
Barawahing, Barue, Namatalaki. Dialects: Atimelang, Kobola, Alakaman. Much dialect diversity. Alakaman may
be a dialect of Kamang (woi) (Woisika).
Abun … a people and language of Indonesia (Papua). Sorong Regency; Ayamaru, Sausapor, Moraid subdistricts;
North coast and interior of central Bird's Head, north and south of Tamberau ranges. About 20 villages. Alt
Names: A Nden, Karon, Manif, Yimbun. Dia




Abure … a people and language of Côte d'Ivoire. Southern Department, Bonoua Subprefecture; Grand Bassam
Subprefecture, Abidjan. Alt Names: Abonwa, Aboure, Abule, Akaplass. Dialects: Most similar to Anyin (any).
Also close to Baoula (bci), Nzema (nzi). Eth




10,000 monolinguals




People trilingual in Achagua, Spanish and Piapoco




Achang … a people and language of China, Yunnan Province, Dehong Dai-Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture and
Baoshan Prefecture, western Yunnan Province, along the Myanmar border, Longchuan, Liangge, and Luxi
counties; Baoshan Prefecture, Tengchong and Longling




Achang, Husa … a subset of the Achang people who live in the Husa District of Longchuan County in Yunnan
Province. These Achang claim to be descended from Chinese soldiers stationed in the region during the Ming
Dynasty (1368-1644). They differ from the l
"Guayaki" is considered derogatary




Acheron … a language of Sudan. North, Southern Kordofan Province, Moro Hills. Alt Names: Achurun, Asheron,
Aceron, Garme. Dialects: Eastern Acheron, Western Acheron. Also use Sudanese Arabic (apd). Latin script
(Ethnologue 16). A Nuba group -- no populati




1.6% of Indonesia population




10 speakers, Northeastern California
Fulbe, Fulani … a people and language of Cameroon. Widespread in Far North, North and Adamawa provinces.
Also in Chad, Nigeria, Sudan, United States. Alt Names: Adamawa Fulani, Biira, Boulbe, Domona, Dzemay,
Eastern Fulani, Foulfoulde, Ful, Fula, Fulbe, F




Gey … a people and language of Cameroon. North Province, Benoue Division, east of Pitoa. alt Names: Gewo,
Guere (Ethnologue 15). Gey (guv) language extinct. Language use shifted to Adamawa Fulfulde (fub).




Adang native to Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara), Lesser Sundas, Northwest (Bird’s Head) Alor Island. Estimated
31,800 (2000) (Ethnologue 16).
The people are called 'Budama' or Dhopadhola' (people of Adhola). A people of Uganda: East, Tororo District.
Agriculturalists.




Abor is an Alt Name for Adi, a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). No separate entry for
"Abor" in POI.




Adi … a community of India, a scheduled tribe of Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol IV., pp. 10-19), East, West, and
Upper Siang districts, Upper Subansiri and Dibang Valley districts; Assam, north hills of Assam valley, between
Bhutan and the Buruli River. Also




Ashing is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 11).




Bokar is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 11-12).
Bori is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 12).




Karko is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 13-14).




Komkar is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 14).




Milang is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 14-15).




Minyong is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 15).




Padam is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 15-16).




Pailibo is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 16).
Pangi is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 17).




Pasi is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 17-18).




Ramo is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 18).




Simong (Shimong) is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled
tribe of Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 18-19).




Tangam is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 19).
Gallong (Galong) is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). No separate
entry for "Galong" in POI apart from "Adi, Gallong", a scheduled tribe of Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 12-
13). 112041 is possibly a DU




Luoba, Boga'er … is the language name in China for the Adi (adi) language of India. Luoba, Boga'er is found in
southeast Tibet, Lhunze and Mainling counties, south of Yaluzangjiang River, Luoyu area. 1,090 in China (1999
J. Ouyang). Alt Names: Abor, Adi,
Libo … a people of India, Arunachal Pradesh, West Siang District. Language is Adi (adi).




New from Omid, 7/20/01




Miguba … a people of China, southeastern Tibet, Motuo County, Damu village. The Miguba share linguistic
similarities with the Bogar and Yidu, two tribes combined by the Chinese to form the Lhoba minority. The few
other inhabitants in the vicinity, mostly




Minyong is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). No separate entry for
"Minyong" in POI apart from "Adi, Minyong", a scheduled tribe of Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 15).
114477 is possibly a DUPLICATE of 11




Minyong is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). A scheduled tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., p. 15).
Padam is a dialect of Adi (adi), a language of India, Arunachal Pradesh (Ethnologue 16). No separate entry for
"Padam" in POI apart from "Adi, Padam", a scheduled tribe of Arunachal Pradesh (POI Vol. IV., pp. 15-16).
113278 is possibly a DUPLICATE of 111
Bilingual in English




Adonara native to Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara), Adonara Island, east Solor Island, between Flores and Lembata.
Estimated 17,000 (2000) (Ethnologue 16).




Adyghe … a language of Russian Federation (Europe), Adygea Republic. Also in Australia, Egypt, France,
Germany, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Macedonia, Netherlands, Syria, Turkey (Asia), United States. Alt Names: Adygei,
Adygey, Circassian, Kiakh, Kjax, Lower Ci




Only 1 Ubykh speaker; people speak Adyghe
Azera … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Morobe Province, Markham District, upper Markham
Valley. Alt Names: Adzera, Acira, Atzera, Atsera. Primarily speak Adzera (adz). Also use Tok Pisin (tpi). Latin
script (Ethnologue 16).




Aeka … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Oro Province, Sohe District, Tamata Rural LLG. 3,400
(2007). Christian, traditional religion (Ethnologue 16). Alt Name: Aiga




Awin … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Western Province, Kiunga area. Alt Names: Aekyom,
Aiwin, Akium, West Awin. Dialects: North Awin, South Awin, East Awin. Latin script (Ethnologue 16).




Aer … a people and language of Pakistan. Lower Sindh, Jikrio Goth near Kunri around Deh, Hyderabad, and at
Jamesabad. Others reportedly migrated to India at Partition in 1947, living in the Kach Bhuj area in Gujarat.
Primary language is Aer (aeq). Also us




Afar … a people and language of Ethiopia. Eastern lowlands, Afar region. May be in Somalia. Also in Djibouti
(Red Sea Coast) and Eritrea (southern parts). Alt Names: 'Afar Af, Adal, Afaraf, "Danakil", "Denkel". Language is
related to Saho (ssy). Ethiopic
This is the Afrikaans form of the name Rehoboth, a town name




Only in South Africa. Speak Afrikaans.




Xegwi … a people of South Africa. Near Swaziland border. Also in Zambia. Original language was ||Xegwi (xeg).
That language is now extinct with the last known speaker dying in 1988. Language use has shifted to Afrikaans
(afr) (Ethnologue 16). Southern Kh




Native to North America (Texas Afro-Seminole and Mexico Afro-Seminole). Afro-Seminole Creole (afs) is
spoken by several hundred older people in Nacimiento de los Negros, Mexico and perhaps by a few in
Bracketville, Texas.




Agarabi … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Eastern Highlands Province, Kainantu District. Alt
Names: Agarabe, Bare. Swidden agriculturalists (Ethnologue 16).
Aghu … a people of Indonesia (Papua), Merauke Regency, Jair subdistrict, south coast area, Digul River west of
Mandobo language. Alt Names: Djair, Dyair. Different from Aghu, Tharnggalu (ggr) of Australia. Sago gatherers;
fishermen. Christian, traditional




Aghul … a language of Russian Federation (Europe), Southeast Dagestan, Agulsky District, Kurakhsky District;
Moscow; Stavropol region. Also in Azerbaijan. Alt Names: Aghul-ch’al, Agul. Cyrillic script. Animal husbandry.




Agi … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Sandaun Province (Ethnologue 16).




Ago … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Western Province, Pahoturi River area, and south coast.
Alt Names: Dabu. Dialects: Ago, Ende, Kawam. One end of a dialect chain stretching to Idi (idi). Ende and
Kawam most similar to Ago. Distinct from, bu
Aguaruna (Aguahun, Aguajun)… a branch of the Jivaro people. They live in relatively dispersed communities
along the Maranon, Nieva, Cenepa, Santiago, and Mayo rivers, as well as their major tributaries, in the tropical
forests of northern Peru, especially




Bilingual in Fongbe.




Agusan Manobo … a tribal community of the Philippines, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Sur,
Mindanao. Alt Names: Agusan. Dialects: Umayam, Adgawan, Surigao, Omayamnon. 83% intelligibility with
Dibabawon. Lexical similarity: 80% between the O




Manobo, Umayamnon … a tribal community of the Philippines. The Umayamnon live along the watershed of
Umayan River in Bukidnon Province. The Umayamnon are known to be proud and reserved people, firm in
their decisions and forest experts. They generally pos
Aheu … a people and language of Thailand, Thavung in Sakon Nakhon Province, Song Daw District, 3 villages;
Phon Soung live about 100 km south of the Thavung. Also in Laos, Pak Sane Province, Khamkeut District, near
Lak Sao. 750 in Thailand (Ferlus 1996).




Ashirat … a people of India. Gujarat and Maharashtra states. In Maharashtra: Dhulia, Jalgaon, Nandurbar, Nasik,
and Aurangabad districts. Alt Names: Ahirani, Ahiri. Primary language us Ahirani (ahr). Also use Hindi (hin) or
Marathi (mar). Hindu (Ethnologu




21 speakers; SC Alaska




Nandu-Tari … a people and language of Nigeria. Kaduna state, southwest of Fadan Karshe, Ankpong, Anfufalim,
Ngbok, Ankara, Banyeng, Ungwar Rimi villages. Alt Names: Indun, Nandu. Also use Hausa (hau) (Ethnologue
16).
Nyeng … a people of Nigeria. Kaduna state, Adu village. Formerly assigned to Nyeng (nfg) language, but that
code has been retired and merged into Ahwai (nfd). Alt Names: Hanyeng, Ningon. Also use Hausa (hau)
(Ethnologue 16).




Shakara … a people of Nigeria. Kaduna state. 13 villages. Formerly assigned to Shakara (nfk) language but that
code has been retired and merged into Ahwai (nfd). Alt Names: Isakara, Tari. Also use Hausa (hau) (Ethnologue
16).




Aighon … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. West New Britain Province, Gasmata and Mosa Rural
LLGs, Akolet and Avau inland, between Avio and Amgen rivers, to north side of Whiteman Range. Alt Names:
Aigon, Bao, Psohoh. Dialects: Bao (Do), Apsokok




Moewehafen … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. West New Britain Province, southwest coast and
inland, Aviklo Island near Kandrian, Ais, Asailo, Yumielo, Analo villages. 3,700 (1991 SIL). Alt Names: Aiklep,
Agerlep, Eklep, Kaul. Dialect subgroup w
Some include 109921 Teimurtash here




Umbrella listing for all Aimaq groups. Includes 100150, 100151, 100152, 100153, 100154 109921. Hanafi Sunni
Muslim. 5%-15% Literate




Some sources consider Teimurtash a smaller separate group from Timuri (Teimuri, Taimuru) in Iran




Aimele … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Southwest corner of Southern Highlands Province, Mt.
Bosavi area; Western Province, Lake Campbell area. Most moved to Western Province, Wawoi Falls area. Alt
Names: Kware (Ethnologue 16).
Ainbai … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Sandaun Province, Vanimo District, south of Bewani
station. 2 villages (Ethnologue 16).




Speak Uyghur as second language
Fa-c-Aka … a people and language of Sudan. North, Sillok (Silak) Hills, west of Berta-speaking (wti) people. Alt
Names: Jebel Silak, Jebels Sillok, Sillok, Aka. Also use Sudanese Arabic (apd) or Berta. Heavily Arabicized and
influenced by Berta (Ethnologu
general entry for Akan group individuals in other countries where not specified




Some sources seem to include this under Ashanit (Asante) or Fante




Akyem is a dialect of Akan (aka), a language of Ghana. Alt Name: Akyem Bosome.
Akaselem, Chamba … a people and language of Togo. Central region east of Sokode, Tchamba Prefecture. Alt
Names: Akasele, Cemba, Chamba, Kamba, Kasele, Tchamba. Muslim, traditional religion (Ethnologue 16). The
Chamba (Basari, Bassari, Basare, Kyamba, Tcha




Kanjobal, Western … a people and language of Guatemala. San Miguel Acatan. Also in Mexico, United States.
Alt Names: Akateko, Acatec, Acateco, Conob, San Miguel Acatan Kanjobal, Western Kanjobal, Western
Q'anjob'al (Ethnologue 16).




counted by some sources among the Ingariko (Pemon) in Brazil




Unrelated to Ake in Laos and China
Akha, Botche … a people of Laos, Luang Namtha Province, Sing and Long districts. Also in China, Yunnan
Province. The Botche Akha are one of twelve distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in Laos. Each group has its
own ethnicity and self-identity, while




Akha, Chapo … a people of Laos, Luang Namtha Province, Long District. The Chapo Akha are a distinct tribe or
ethnic group of Akha inhabiting two villages in the Long District of Luang Namtha Province in norther Laos.
Some members of this tribe may still r




Akha, Eupa … a people of Laos, Phongsali Province, Boun-Tai District. The Eupa Akha are a distinct tribe or
ethnic group of Akha who migrated into Laos from southern China sometime during the past century (Asia
Harvest Profile).




Akha, Kophe … a people of Laos, Luang Namtha Province. The Kophe Akha are one of twelve distinct tribes or
ethnic groups of Akha in Laos. Each group has its own ethnicity and self-identity, while acknowledging a
relationship with other Akha groups (Asia H




Akha, Kopien … a people of Laos, Luang Namtha Province, Sing District. The Kopien Akha are one of twelve
distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in Laos (Asia Harvest Profile).
Akha, Luma … a people of Laos, Phongsali Province, Boun-Tai District, along the Laos-Myanmar border, near
the Eupa Akha. The Luma Akha are one of twelve distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in Laos (Asia Harvest
Profile).




Akha, Lylo … a people of Laos, Luang Namtha Province. The exact location of their villages within Luang Namtha
is uncertain. The Lylo Akha are one of twelve distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in Laos (Asia Harvest
Profile).




Akha, Nuqui … a people of Laos, Phongsali Province, Phongsali, Boun-Nua and Boun-Tai districts. Nuqui Akha
are also found in China, Yunnan Province, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture (Asia Harvest Profile).




Akha, Nutchi … a people of Laos, Phongsali Province, juncture of Samphan, Boun-Tai and Boun-Nua districts.
Also in China, Yunnan Province. The Nutchi Akha are one of twelve distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in
Laos (Asia Harvest Profile).




Akha, Oma … a people of Laos, Phongsali Province, Boun-Tai District. Also found in China. The Oma Akha are
one of twelve distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in Laos (Asia Harvest Profile).




Akha, Pouly … a people of Laos, Phongsali, Luang Namtha, Oudomxai and Bokeo Provinces. Easily the largest
Akha group in Laos. Main concentration of Pouly Akha are found in the Long and Sing districts of Luang Namtha
Province and the Khoa and Samphan distr




Akha, Tchitcho … a people of Laos, Luang Namtha Province, border between Sing and Long districts. The
Tchitcho Akha are one of twelve distinct tribes or ethnic groups of Akha in Laos (Asia Harvest Profile).
Pala … a people of Laos, Phongsali province, Koua and Mai districts. According to Laurent Chazee, 4,000 Pala
people inhabit 26 villages in northern Laos. Fourteen Pala villages are located within the Mai District of
Phongsali Province, with an additional




about 100 in ethnic gp
Becoming bilingual in Trio
Allaaba … a people and language of Ethiopia. Rift Valley southwest of Lake Shala. Separated by a river from
Kambatta (ktb). Language is Alaba-K'abeena (alw). Alt Names: Alaba, Allaaba, Halaba. Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Kebena … one of two dialects of Alaba-K'abeena, a language of Ethiopia. Rift Valley southwest of Lake Shala.
Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




256 speakers; Near Livingston, SE Texas




Agta, Alabat Island native to the Philippines, Luzon, east of Quezon Province. 30 speakers (2000 S. Wurm) of
estimated 75 in ethnic group (Ethnologue 16).




6,000 monolinguals
Alagwa … a people and language of Tanzania. Dodoma region, Kondoa District. Alt Names: Alagwaise,
Alagwase, Alawa, Asi, Chasi, Kialagwa, Wasi. Their name for themselves is 'Alagwa'. Agriculturalists; animal
husbandry. Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Different from older reported language Alak 2, now included with Ngae 111242




Nearly extinct




Mixteco, Alcozauca … a people and language of Mexico, East Guerrero, near Metlatonoc. 14 villages. Ethnic
population: 10,000. 4,000 monolinguals. Dialects: Xochapa Mixtec, Patlacalancingo Mixtec (Ethnologue 16).
90 speakers on Arka Island




refers to the Algerian Arab; 83% of population




covers uncertain entities in sources but not clearly verified




May overlap with other more specific Berber entries with Arabic language
Tuareg, Asben … one of the Tuareg peoples of Niger. Central, Agadez area. The Tuareg are a nomadic people.




Kuraan … a people of Sudan. A partially islamized tribe. Alt Names: Saharan Bedouin. 80% Sunni Muslim.
Language is Algerian Saharan Arabic (aao). Culture is "other Sudanic" (WCD).




3,000 speakers




Nearly extinct
Not bilingual in Spanish




Alorese native to Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara), Alor, West and south of Bird’s Head, north Ternate Island, pockets
along north Pantar, adjacent islands. Estimated 25,000 (Grimes, Therik, Grimes, Jacob 1997) (Ethnologue 16).
40% literate in English




Nearly extinct




Amahuaca … a people and language of Peru. Southeast Amazon Basin, scattered in Ucayali and Madre de Dios
states on the following rivers: Sepahua, Curiuja, Curanja, Upper Ucayali, Inuya, Mapuya, Purus, Aguaytia, Yurua,
Las Piedras. Also in Brazil. Amazonas
Amanab … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province, Amanab District. 4,420 (2003 SIL).
Swidden agriculturalists. Traditional religion, Christian (Ethnologue 16).




Integrated to Portuguese - culturally and lionguistically




May be extinct




Amarakaire (Mashco, Amaracaire) … a small Amerindian group who comprise part of the Harakmbet (Hate)
linguistic family that once occupied large stretches of land in the province of Paucartambo, department of
Cuzco, in eastern Peru, particularly in the Q'e
Languages of Sambal and Ayta group are similar; ethnicities may be referred to by either name in sources
not related to Ambo in Zambia




Only 3 language speakers




Nearly extinct; Speak Ambonese Malay, may be part of that group now.
Quechua, Ambo-Pasco (San Rafael-Huariaca Quechua) … one of many Quechua-speaking Amerindian groups of
Peru, Huánuco Department, Ambo Province, Huacar, San Francisco de Mosca, and San Rafael districts. Pasco
Department, Pasco Province, Chaupimarca, Huachón




Ambrak … native to Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province, Nuku District. 290 (2000 census) (Ethnologue 16).




Ambulas … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. East Sepik Province, Maprik District. Alt Names:
Abelam, Abulas. Dialects: Maprik, Wingei, Wosera-Kamu, Wosera-Mamu. Swidden agriculturalists. Traditional
religion, Christian (Ethnologue 16).




Amdang … a language of Chad, Wadi Fira region, Biltine Departement, Biltine Sous-Prefecture, Mimi Goz and
Mimi Hadjer cantons north of Biltine; Batha region; Ouaddai region. 451,100 (2000). Alt Names: Andangti,
Biltine, Mima, Mime, Mimi, Mututu. Often con




Amdo, Hbrogpa … one of four dialects of Amdo Tibetan (adx), a language of China, Huangnan, Hainan, Haibei,
and Guoluo (Golog) Tibetan autonomous prefectures; Qinghai Province, Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan-Kazakh
Autonomous Prefecture; Gannan Tibetan Autonomous




Amdo, Ronga … one of four dialects of Amdo Tibetan (adx), a language of China, Huangnan, Hainan, Haibei, and
Guoluo (Golog) Tibetan autonomous prefectures; Qinghai Province, Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan-Kazakh
Autonomous Prefecture; Gannan Tibetan Autonomous P




Amdo, Rongmahbrogpa … one of four dialects of Amdo Tibetan (adx), a language of China, Huangnan, Hainan,
Haibei, and Guoluo (Golog) Tibetan autonomous prefectures; Qinghai Province, Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan-
Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture; Gannan Tibetan Auto
Amdo, Rtahu … one of four dialects of Amdo Tibetan (adx), a language of China, Huangnan, Hainan, Haibei, and
Guoluo (Golog) Tibetan autonomous prefectures; Qinghai Province, Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan-Kazakh
Autonomous Prefecture; Gannan Tibetan Autonomous P




a sub-group of Amdo included by most sources in 113985, 113986, 113987 or 113988 ("Amdo, …")




a sub-group of Amdo included by most sources in 113985, 113986, 113987 or 113988 ("Amdo, …")




Tebbu … a people of China, Gansu Province, villages in the Min Shan Mountains of Tewo and Zhugqu counties.
Original language is Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Unclassified (possibly Qiangic). Alt Names: Diebu, Tebbus,
Tewu, Tewo, Tewo Tibetans (Hattaway 200




a sub-group of Amdo included by most sources in 113985, 113986, 113987 or 113988 ("Amdo, …")
Amhara … a people and language of Ethiopia. North central, Amhara region; Addis Ababa. Also in Djibouti,
Egypt, Israel, Sweden, United States. Alt Names: Abyssinian, Amarigna, Amarinya, Ethiopian. Ethiopic script.
People have suffered from recent famines.




Weyto … a people of Ethiopia. Lake Tana region. Alt Names: Wayto, Weyt'o. Heart language formerly Weyto
(woy), but that language is now extinct. 93% of ethnic population speaks Amharic (amh). Hunters:
hippopotamus (Ethnologue 16).




Australia, not same as Ami (Amis) in China) -- Use Kriol as second language




Same people in Taiwan and Mainland
1,200 monolinguals




Dogon (102662) retired and 14 new "Dogon" entries created. Dogon, Ana Tinga … a people native to Mali,
Mopti region, Koro Circle, Diankabou District (Ethnologue 16).
7 active speakers of language, most bilingual and switching to Portuguese.
Anca … native to Nigeria, Taraba state, Sardauna LGA, Antere, Nca village. 300 (2006) (Ethnologue 16).




Nearly extinct
Abie … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Oro Province, Afore District, both sides of Owen Stanley
Range; Central Province, north from Ianu along Foasi and Domara creeks. Alt Names: Aneme Wake, Abia. Also
use Motu (meu) or Yareba (yrb). 650 (1990




Anfillo … a people and language of Ethiopia. Anfillo Forest, west of Dembi Dolo. Alt Names: Southern Mao.
Anfillo (myo) spoken by about half of ethnic group. Ethnic group members mainly speak Western Oromo (gaz)
(Ethnologue 16).




Angaatiha … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Morobe Province, Menyamya District. Alt Names:
Langimar, Angataha, Angaataha, Angaatiya. Latin script. People name is Angaatiya. Swidden agriculturalists
(Ethnologue 16).




East Angal … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Southern Highlands Province, Mendi area, north
into Mendi Valley, west into Lai Valley, east bank, west of Mt. Giluwe. Alt Names: Angal, Mendi. Swidden
agriculturalists (Ethnologue 16).
Katinja … a people of Papua New Guinea, Enga Province, middle southern edge, beyond Kandep, round
Rumbiplaya. Christian (90%), Animists (10%). Language is Angal Heneng (akh) (WCD)




West Angal Heneng … a people of Papua New Guinea, Southern Highlands Province, center in Nembi Valley.
People Name: West Angal Heneng (Mendi). Christian (99%).
"Romanichal" -- difference from "English Gypsy" 102928 may be blurred in other countries if they speak English




Distinct ethnicity deriving form Freedmen "Foros"
Basila … a people and language of Benin, both sides of Togo-Benin border; south Aracora Province, Bassila
Subprefecture. Also in Togo, central region, Tchamba Prefecture. 33,600 in Benin (1992 census). 12,300 in Togo
(2002 SIL). Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Anjam … native to Papua New Guinea, Madang Province, Astrolabe Bay District. Alt Name: Bogadjim, Bogajim,
Bogati, Bom, Lalok. 2,020 (2003 SIL)
People generally speak Kriol




People generally speak Kriol




Antankarana … a subgroup of the Sakalava (108531) people of Madagascar, although their ethnic origins
involve Arabs and Betsimisaraka as well. Most of them live on the far northern tip of the island, from Cap
d'Ambre to the Sambirano River. They are prima
English National Language; Creole mother tongue




includes Antigua and Barbuda population




includes Creole speakers of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, and Saint Kitts and Nevis




Anufo … a people and language of Ghana, northeast, Wawjayga area. Also in Benin, Togo. Alt Names: Chakosi,
Chokosi, Kyokosi, Tchokossi, Tiokossi. Large migration across the border. 'Anufo' is the name the people use for
themselves; 'Chokosi' is used by ot
subgrup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source
subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source




Esuma language extinct. Now speak Anyin and Nzema.




subgroup of 100405, no longer a separate entry in the source
Apurina (Ipurina) … an Amerindian tribe of Arawak extraction living along the middle Purus River in the state of
Amazonas, Brazil. The Apurina were a riverine people, living off fish and such river animals as large turtles,
while also maintaining communal
Nearly extinct




150 speakers




may include Aasax in some sourcews
Arandan / Aranadan … a community of India, Kerala, Kozhihkode District, Ernad taluk; Palakkad District,
Malappuram District, Nilambur tahsil; Tamil Nadu, Karnataka. Alt Names: Aranadan, Aranatan, Eranadan. They
speak Aranadan (aaf) which is similar to Ma




Araona … native to Bolivia (Olson 1991) … a tiny Amerindian group from the Tacana linguistic family who live
between the Madre de Dios River and the Madidi River in the department of La Paz




1,038 speakers; Wind river Res. Wyoming




pop 1600; Eng mother tongue; few speak Arikara




Arawak … refers to the Locono (Lokono) groups, a sub-set of the larger Arawakan-speaking Amerindians of the
Greater Antilles and South America. "Locono" is a self-designation meaning "Arawak proper." These groups
today are confined to the coastal and geog
only in Greece; some sources also report Tosk or Gheg refugees in Greece -- see 100222




Eribori … a people and language of Ethiopia. Extreme southwest, Omo region, near Lake Stefanie. Language is
Arbore (arv). Alt Names: Arbora, Erbore, Irbore (Ethnologue 16).




Archin … a people and language of Russian Federation (Europe), Southern Dagestan, Arsha community upper
Risor River. 8 villages. Alt Names: Archi, Archintsy, Arshashdib, Archsel, Archib. One of the most divergent
Lezgian (Lezgic) languages. Muslim (Ethnol




Nearly extinct
Arem … a people and language of Vietnam. Quang Binh Province, Bo Trach District, Tan Trach, 1 or 2 families of
Thuong Trach. Also in Laos. West central, both sides of the Vietnam-Laos border, west of Phuc Trach. Part of
Chút official ethnic community, tog




Many monolinguals




Argobba … a people and language of Ethiopia. Northeast, Amhara, Oromiya and Afar regions; Rift Valley in
Yimlawo, Gusa, Shonke, Berehet, Khayr Amba, Melkajillo, Metehara, Shewa Robit, villages area. The 'purest'
Argobba is spoken in Shonke and T'allaha. A




Aro … a people and language of New Caledonia, Poya, Cradji, Nekliai villages. 62 (1996 census), decreasing. Alt
Name: Arho. Also use Ajie (aji). Different from 100424 Ara (Ethnologue 16).




A people of Colombia, southern slopes of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Alt Name: Aruaco, Bintucua, Bintuk,
Bintukua, Ica, Ijca, Ijka, Ika, Ike. Not related to Ica 103941 in Benin and Togo, erroneously reported by one
source
Ari … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Western Province, Aramia River area, Ari and Serea villages.
50 (2000 S. Wurm). Also use Gogodala (ggw) (Ethnologue 16). Not related to Aari people as in Ethiopia.




Language almost extinct. Integrated into Brazilian culture.




Lugbara … an ethnic group living in southern Sudan, northwestern Uganda, and northeastern Democratic
Republic of the Congo. The occupy the treeless plateau highlands between the Congo River and the Nile (Olson
1996, pp. 346-347). Within the Lugbara there
Arosi … a people and language of Solomon Islands. Northwest Makira (San Cristobal) Island. Dialects: Wango,
Arosi. Many dialects (Ethnologue 16).
Amerindians who live in the state of Rondonia, Brazil, at the headwaters of the southern tributaries of the Ji-
Parana River.




5 speakers in Venezuela




Younger people assimilating to Greek culture
Ashaninca … an Arawakan-speaking tribe of Amerindians in Peru, Apurimac, Ene, Perene, Tambo rivers and
tributaries. Alt Names: Ashaninca, Campa. Language is similar to Asheninka varieties, Caquinte (cot) and
Machiguenga (mcb). Swidden agriculturists: mani




Ashe … native to Nigeria, Kaduna state, Kachia LGA. 35,000 (Barrett 1972). Alt Name: Ache, Ala, Koro Makama,
Koron Ache, Koron Ala (Ethnologue 16).
Ashkuni … a people and language of Afghanistan, Kunar Province, northwest of Asadabad, Pech Valley around
Wama. Alt Names: Ashkund, Ashkuni, Wamais, Wamayi. 1,200 (2000). Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Speakers are bilingual in Farsi.
Assamese … a linguistic group of India, Assam; West Bengal, Meghalaya; Arunachal Pradesh. Also in
Bangladesh, Bhutan, United States. 16,700,000 in India (2000). Population total all countries: 16,818,750. Alt
Names: Asambe, Asami, Asamiya (Ethnologue 16).




Entity does not appear in many sources; int'l news references seem to indicate a separate ethnic entity
Dowaniya … a community of India, Assam, Sibsagar district. The Dowaniya live in the plains. Singpho (sgp),
which belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family of languages, is their mother tongue. They speak Assamese (asm)
and Hindi (hin) languages as well and use
Man … a scheduled tribe of India, The word 'man' literally means a Burmese migrant. They inhabit six villages of
the Dadengiri subdivision of West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya and the Tinsukia subdivision of the Dibrugarh
district of Assam. As a resul
Mon … a people of India, Assam, Tinsukia District. Alt Name: Tai Man. Assamese (asm). Buddhist (OMID).




Mukhi … a community of India. The Mukhi are distributed in the Kamrup and Goalpara districts in Assam. They
live with other castes, like the Ganak, Kalita, Keot, KIoch and Saloi. Their mother tongue is Assamese (asm) and
they also speak Hindi (hin) and Be
Erenga … one of the Tama-speaking peoples of Sudan and Chad. They live on the Sudanese side of the border
and are closely, even intimately related to the Asungor (109609) who live across the border in Chad. The
Erenga population today is approximately 35,




Sungor (Asungor) … one of the Tama-speaking peoples of Sudan and Chad. They live on the Chad side of the
border and are closely, even intimately, related to the Erenga who live across the border in Sudan. The Asungor
poplulation today is approximately 60,




150 speakers
Awyu, Asue … a people of Indonesia (Papua), south coast area, southwest of Wildeman River, east of Kampong
River, inland from Pirimapun. Alt Names: Miaro, Miaro Awyu, Pisa. Similar to Edera Awyu (awy), South Awyu
(aws). Distinct from Central Awyu (awu), J




About 2500 in ethnic group. 100 speak Zapotec, the rest have Spanish as mother tongue
Ethnologue lang name




Nearly extinct




1,300 monolinguals




Athpariya … a people and language of Nepal, Kosi zone, Dhankuta District, north of the Tamur, between the
Dhankutakhola in the west and the Tangkhuwa in the east; Dhankuta and Bhirgaon panchayats. 2,000 (1995 K.
Ebert), decreasing. A sub-group of the Rai
About 50% bilingual in Indnesian, Sawi, or Kaygir




lang extinct; Northeastern California




About 50 fluent speakers. All bilingual in Spanish
Ndyukia … a people of Suriname. Near Brokopondo, east along Marowijne and Tapanahony rivers, northeast
along Cottica River. Aluku are along French Guiana border; Paramaccan in northeast Suriname. Also in French
Guiana. Alt Names: Aukan, Aukaans, "Djoeka",
Culturally isolated. Semi-nomadic.




Avar … a people and language of Russian Federation (Europe). Western Dagestan; Terek and Sulak river areas.
Also in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkey (Asia). Alt Names: Avaro, Bolmac, Khundzuri, Maarul Dagestani. Sunni
Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Avikam … a people and language of Côte d'Ivoire, Southern Department, Grand Lahou coastal plain area,
Avikam Canton. 21,000 (1993 SIL). Alt Names: Avekom, Brignan, Birnya, Gbanda, Kwakwa, Lahu. Christian,
Muslim, traditional religion (Ethnologue 16).
Kachhi, Muslim … a community of India, distributed in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. They
speak Urdu (urd).




Kuta … a community of India. Uttar Pradesh. Alt Names: Kutamali, Dhankuta. The Kuta are a small caste found
only in Bijnor, Moradabad, Gorakhpur and Bahraich and whose traditional occpuation is husking rice. Presently,
they are distributed in the Bahraich
Awbono … an indigenous people of Indonesia (Papua), Modera River, south of Kopkaka (opk) and northwest of
Korowai (khe). Alt Name: Kvolyab.




Boni … one of the few non-Somali peoples living today in Somalia. They can also be found in Kenya, primarily
between Lamu and the Somali border. Along with the Rendilles, they have been called a "Sam-speaking"
people by some linguists. They originated in
Awjilah … a people and language of Libya. East, Cyrenaica. Alt Names: Aoudjila, Augila, Aujila. Sunni Muslim
(Ethnologue 16).




Kunfel … a dialect of Awngi (awn), a language of Ethiopia. Amhara region, southwest of Lake Tana, scattered in
Agew Midir and Metekel. Alt Names: Kunfal, Kumfel. Ethiopic script. Agriculturalists (Ethnologue 16). MANI
Data Review of Africa recommends DEL




Southern Agau … a people and language of Ethiopia. Amhara region, southwest of Lake Tana, scattered in Agew
Midir and Metekel. Alt Names: Agau, Agaw, Agew, Agow, Awawar, Awi, Awiya, Damot, Kwollanyoch. Ethiopic
script. Agriculturalists (Ethnologue 16).




Kamnum … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Sandaun Province. Alt Names: Awtuw, Autu. Sago
gatherers (Ethnologue 16).




Awun … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. Sandaun Province, east of Namia, Yakeltim village. Alt
Names: Awon (Ethnologue 16).
Nearly extinct
2,800 monolinguals




Nu Nationality




Ayi … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Southeast corner of Sandaun Province, Wan Wan Division.
3 villages. 430 (2000 census). Similar to Pasi (psq). Men also use Tok Pisin (tpi). Agriculturalists; fishermen.
Traditional religion (Ethnologue 16).




Reef Islander … a people of Solomon Islands, Santa Cruz Islands, eastern Solomons, Temotu Province, primarily
Lomlom sland; Fenualoa, Nibanga Nede, and Nibanga Temaa islands, many villages scattered along the north
coast of Santa Cruz, and Honiara (Ethnol
9 monolinguals




3,000 monolinguals




682 speakers
Baba Chinese Creole … a people of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Babas, anglicized Chinese Malays,
mainly in Malacca. Most speak Penang Hokkien. Chinese folk-religionists / Buddhists 90% (WCD). different
entity and language from 114956 Chinese Perana




Babalia … a small subgroup of the Bulalas (101440) who live north of Ndjamena in Chad. Their historic center
was the now-ruined city of Dal. At the present time, the Babalia have adopted Arabic (bbz) as their native
language (Olson 1996). Original languag
Trade Language




1,600 speakers




Babusa … an indigenous people of Taiwan, west central coast and inland, Tatu and Choshui rivers and beyond.
Alt Names: Babusa, Favorlang, Favorlangsch, Jaborlang, Poavosa. Ethnic Population: 35 (Ethnologue 16).
Existence unconfirmed. The Torwali say they speak Ushojo, and the Ushojo say they speak Torwali. May be a
family name of people who came from Badakhshan.
Badyara … a small ethnic group living along both sides of the border between Guinea and Senegal. Alt Names:
Badyaran, Badyaranke, Bajaranke, Badiaranke. Ethnographers traditionally classify them as one of the Tenda
groups, which also includes the neighbor
Bafia, Bekpak … a people and language of Cameroon. Center Province, Mbam and Inoubou Division, Bafia
Subdivision. Alt Names: Bekpak, Rikpa, Rikpa', Ripey. Refer to their language as 'Rikpa' and to themselves as
'Bekpak' (Ethnologue 16).




Pukur, Baga Binari … a people and language of Guinea. Boke region, coast east of Nunez River. Language name
is Baga Binari (bcg). Alt Names: Baka, Binari, Kalum Mborin. Muslim, traditional religion (Ethnologue 16).
People name is Pukur (Guinea National Re




Source is Guinea National Research Network




Source is Guinea National Research Network
Barma … a people and language of Chad. West, Chari Baguirmi Prefecture. 2 groups: Massénya Subprefecture,
Massénya area; Bousso Subprefecture, Bousso area. Gol are at Massénya; Kibar east of Massénya; Bangri west
of Massénya and along Chari River between




Fulbe, Bagirmi … a people and language of Chad. Chari-Baguirmi region, Baguirmi Department, Massénya
Subprefecture; Hadjer Lamis region, Dababa Department, Bokoro Subprefecture, between Bokoro and
Massénya. Also in Central African Republic. Bagirmi Fulful
Kvanadin … a people and language of Russian Federation (Europe). Southern Dagestan. Alt Names: Bagvalal,
Bagulal, Bagvalin, Bagwalal, Barbalin, Kvanada, Kvanadin. Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Yunnan Province, Wenshan Zhuang-Miao Autonomous Prefecture, northern Guangnan County, Dixu District,
Yanglian village; Bada District, Anshe village




Bahamians of indeterminate African descent, typically West African. Also referred to as Mulatto. Language is
Bahamas Creole English (bah). Christian (Ethnologue 16).




Arab, Bahraini … people of Arab ancestry with a more localized ethnic identity tied to their recent roots in
Bahrain. Gulf Spoken Arab used as Second Language. Primary language is Baharna Arabic (abv), also referred to
as Bahraini Shi'ite Arabic (Ethnolog
50%-75% literate




Bari … a people and language of Sudan. South, Western district, Wau-Deim Zubeir road, west of Sere. Some
north of Tembura. 2 vilalges. Alt Names: Bari (Ethnologue 16).




Baikeno … native to East Timor, Oekusi enclave separated from the rest of East Timor. Baikeno (bkx) is
language name. People in other parts of East Timor refer to this people group as Oekusi. Locals object to this
usage (Ethnologue 16).




In Tibetan Nationality
Native to Senegal, north of Casamance River in triangle formed by Bignona, Tobor, and Niamone, north of
Ziguinchor, across Casamance River. Niamone, Gunyaamolo area; Tobot, Gujaaxet area. Also in Gambia. Alt
Names: Bagnoun, Bainuk, Banhum, Banyuk, Banyum,




Bainouk-Samik … native to Senegal, Casamance River south side, mainly in Samik area, about 20 km east of
Ziguinchor; scattered villages north and east of Samik. 1,850 (2006) (Ethnologue 16).




Baiso … a people and language of Ethiopia. Halfway between Soddo and Arba Minch, Merab Abaya area, Alge
village; Gidicho Island, Baiso and Shigima villages; Welege Island on Lake Abaya, and west shore. Alt Names:
Alkali, Bayso. Youth have better proficien




Barbadian, Bajan … native to Barbados. Language also known as Barbadian Creole English (Ethnologue 16).
Baka Pygmy … a people of Cameroon. Scattered in southeast East Province: Boumba and Ngoko, Kadey, and
Upper Nyong divisions; South Province, Dja and Lobo divisions. Also in Gabon. The Baka, being Pygmies, are
held in low esteem by the Bantus. Semi-nomadic




Tara Baka … a people of Sudan. South, Western Equatoria Province, south and west of Maridi, northwest of Yei.
Also in Democratic Republic of the Congo. Different from, and unrelated to, 100811 Baka Pygmy of Cameroon
and Gabon (Ethnologue 16).
Bakwe … a people and language of Côte d'Ivoire, Southern and West Central departments, Sassandra, Soubre,
San Pedro prefectures. 10,300 (1993 SIL). Christian, Muslim, traditional religion (Ethnologue 16).




Northern Sinama … a people and language of the Philippines. Western Mindanao, Sulu Archipelago northeast
of Jolo, islands and coastal areas of Zamboanga coast peninsula and Basilan Island. Possibly on Luzon and
Palawan. Also in Malaysia (Sabah). Alt Names
Source is Guinea National Research Network




Baali … a people and language of Democratic Republic of the Congo, Orientale Province, Tshopo District,
Bafwasende Territory, Tshopo River south to Ituri River north, and Ituri River north bank. 42,000 (1987 UBS). 5-
10% monolingual. Alt Names: Dhibali, Ki
Ibaali … a people and language of Nigeria, Adamawa state, Numan LGA, at Bali, 30 km from Numan on Jalingo
road. 2,000 (1991 R. Blench). Alt Names: Bibaali, Bali, Maya. Similar to Kpasam (pbn). Also use Hausa (hau),
Bacama (bcy), of Fulfulde (fuv). 'Maya'




Loloan … a people of Indonesia (Java and Bali), Jembrana Regency of the island of Bali, villages of
Pengembangan, Tegal Badeng Islam, Cupel, Tukadaya, Banyubiri, Tuwed, Bandi Kusuma, Sumber Sari, Ketatan,
Airkuing, Sumbul, and Pedutatan (JPL).




Gaugauzi, different from (Balkan) Gaguizi Turk, lang gbx, which is not in Turkey




Romany, Balkan … a people and language of Serbia, Balkans, Kosovo. Some sources confuse Balkan and Baltic
Gypsy peoples and languages




Loi, Baloi … a people and language of Democratic Republic of Congo, Equateur Province, south, west, and east
of Bomongo. Alt Names: Baato Baloi, Boloi, Loi, Rebu (Ethnologue 16).
Some sources confuse Balkan and Baltic Gypsy peoples and languages




Bambam … a people and language of Indonesia (Sulawesi). West Sulawesi, west Polmas District, Mambi
subdistrict, Maloso and Mapilli rivers watershed, into Majene and Mamuju districts. Alt Names: Pitu-Ulunna-
Salu. Agriculturalists: wet rice, coffee, cacao.
Bambara … a people and language of Mali. Also in Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Gambia, Guinea, Mauritania,
Senegal. 2,700,000 in Mali (1995). Alt Names: Bamanakan. Muslim, traditional religion, Christian (Ethnologue
16).




Ganadugu is a dialect of Bamanankan (bam), a language of Mali (Ethnologue 16).




Somono is a dialect of Bamanankan (bam), a language of Mali (Ethnologue 16).




Bambassi … a people and language of Ethiopia. Benishangul-Gumuz region, Bambassi area and Didessa River
Valley. Alt Names: Amam, Bambeshi, Didessa, Fadiro, Northern Mao, Siggoyo. Muslim, Christian (Ethnologue
16).
Mum, Bamun … a people and language of Cameroon. West Province, most of Noun Division, Foumban area;
extreme north Mifi Division; extreme southeast Bamboutos Division. Alt Names: Bamoum, Bamoun, Bamum,
Shupamem (Ethnologue 16).




formerly identified as dialect and ethnic sub-group of Lubuagan Kalinga 105902 and KNB (knb)
Unrelated to Banda peoples in Africa




Malay, Banda … a people and language of Indonesia (Maluku), Banda Islands (Ethnologue 16).




Inlcuded in most sources with Bamba-Bambari; they speak a dialect of that lang




Ndokpa … a dialect of Banda-Bambari, a language of Central African Republic (Ethnologue 15).
Banda-Mbres … a people and language of Central African Republic, Mbres Subprefecture (Mbre, Moruba), Kaga
Bandoro, Bouca (Buka), Bakala (Sabanga, Moruba). Also in Sudan, south, Sopo, near Central African Republic
border. Refugees in Khartoum. Alt Names: B




Sabanga … one of five dialects of Banda-Mbres (bqk), a language of Central African Republic, Mbres
Subprefecture, Bakala. Alt Names: Sangbanga (Ethnologue 16).




Wada … one of five dialects of Banda-Mbres (bqk), a language of Central African Republic, Mbres
Subprefecture (Mbre, Moruba), Kaga Bandoro, Bouca (Buka), Bakala (Sabanga, Moruba). Also in Sudan, south,
Sopo, near Central African Republic border. Alt Names




Banda-Ndele … a language of Central African Republic, Ndili, Bamingui, Ouadda, Kaga Bandoro subprefectures.
Alt Names: Banda of Ndele, Nyele. Also one of five dialects of Banda-Ndele. Other dialects: Junguru, Tangbago,
Ngao, Ngbala (Ethnologue 16). Use t




Djingburu … one of five dialects of Banda-Ndele, a language of Central African Republic, Ndili, Bamingui,
Ouadda, Kaga Bandoro subprefectures. Alt Names: Junguru, Nguru. Other dialects: Banda-Ndele, Tangbago,
Ngao, Ngbala (Ethnologue 16).




Tambogo … one of five dialects of Banda-Ndele, a language of Central African Republic, Ndili, Bamingui,
Ouadda, Kaga Bandoro subprefectures. Alt Names: Tambago, Tambolo, Tambaggo, Tombaggo, Tangago. Other
dialects: Banda-Ndele, Junguru, Ngao, Ngbala (Ethn
unrelated to Bandi people in India




Source is Guinea National Research Network




Nearly extinct




Ngala … a people of Democratic Republic of the Congo, Orientale Province. Alt Names: Ngala. Related to
Lusengo (lse), Lingala (lin). There is a trend toward becoming more like Lingala. Trade language. Few L1
speakers. 3,500,000 L2 speakers (1991 UBS) (Eth




Bangando … a people and language of Cameroon. East Provicne, Boumba and Ngoko Division, Moloundou
Subdivision. Also in Congo. Alt Names: Bagando, Bangando, Bangantu, Southern Bangantu (Ethnologue 16).
Bangi Me … an indigenous people of Mali, extreme northwest plateau. 7 villages. Speak Bangi Me (dba). Alt
Name: Bangeri Me, Bangeri Me Dogon, Numadaw (Ethnologue 16).




Spoken by more Malay (Bangka 100984) than Lom/Mapur people
Baniwa … a people and language of Brazil. Amazonas, Middle Içana River. Also in Venezuela. Amazonas,
between the Curipaco and the Guarequena, along the Colombia border. Alt Names: Baniba, Baniua do Içana,
Baniva, Dakenei, Issana, Kohoroxitari, Maniba. Ban




Carutana was a dialect of Baniwa (bwi) spoken in Brazil. The Carutana dialect is extinct.




1.2% of Indonesia Population




Bankagooma … native to Mali, Danderesso Administrative District, north of Sikasso, Nougoussouala (Nonko),
Fourouma, Mamarasso (Mora), Famsara, and Zantifuila towns. 6,000 (2007 SIL) (Ethnologue 16).




Abo … a people and language of Cameroon, Littoral Province, Moungo Division, north of Douala and west of
Wouri River, and Dibombari. 12,000 (2001 SIL). Alt Names: Abaw, Bankon, Bo, Bon.
Bantawa Rai … a people of Nepal, Bhojpur District, Koshi Zone; western Dhankuta District, Khotang District.
Many villages. Pastoralists. Animists 95%, some Lamaist Buddhists. Also in Bhutan (WCD). Alt Names: Bantaba,
Bantawa Dum, Bantawa, Bantawa Yong, Ba




Bara … an ethnic group of Madagascar whose population today is approaching 375,000 people. Most of them
live in Tulear and Fianarantsoa provinces. They are divided into a number of subgroups. The Barobes live in the
valley of the Ihosy River; the Imamonos
Southern Barasano …a people and language of Colombia. Southern Vaupés region, Pira-Paraná River and
tributaries. Jepa Matsi in Brazil may be dialect. Alt Names: Barasana, Barasano, Come masa, Comematsa,
Edulia, Eduria, Janera, Paneroa, Southern Barasano,




223,000: All Grebo in Liberia




Bilingual in English




Barein … one of the Hadjeray peoples of the mountainous regions of Guera Prefecture in Chad. They are
descended from refugees who were driven into the mountains. They speak a Chadian language (Barein - bva)
and practice the margai cult of place and site s




Beri … a people and language of Sudan, south, both banks of the Nile, south of Terakeka on west bank, south of
Mongalla on east bank, as far as Kajo Kaji Escarpment. Also in Uganda, northwest corner. 420,000 in Sudan
(2000), 60,000 in Uganda. Alt Name: Ba
Motilone, Bari … a people and language of Colombia. Oro and Catatumbo rivrs region. Also in Venezuela.
Venezuela and Colombia border, Zulia state (Ethnologue 16). Spanish spelling Motilón; not in US. The Bari
(Barira, Motilones, Mape, and Dobozubi) are a




Partly bilingual, somewhat acculturated




Nearly extinct
May be no longer distinct; all moved from Bijil, Iraq to Israel in 1951 - Ethnologue




Bassa, Basaa … native to Cameroon, Center Province, spread throughout Nyong-and-Kelle Division; Littoral
Province, Nkam and Sanaga-Maritime divisions. 230,000 (1982 SIL)




Do not like name "Bassa-Kwomo"
Language extinct; speak Hausa




Bashkir … a Turkic people indigenous to Bashkortostan, Russia. Groups of Bashkirs also live in the republic of
Tatarstan, as well as Perm Krai and Chelyabinsk, Orenburg, Kurgan, Sverdlovsk, Samara, and Saratov Oblasts of
Russia.




Basketo … a small ethnic group living today in southern Ethiopia. Their current population is approximately
17,000 people, most of whom are small farmers and herders. They speak an Omotic language (Olson 1996, p.
78). A language of Ethiopia. North Omo reg
Bassa … native to Liberia, Central, Grand Bassa, Rivercess, and Montserrado counties. Also in Sierra Leone,
Freetown. 403,000 in Liberia (2006). Population total all countries: 408,730. Agriculturalists. Christian,
traditional religion (Ethnologue 16).




Language becoming extinct




Bassari … a people of Senegal, southeast, Upper Casamance, Edun area; border areas, Kedougou,
Tambacounda. Also in Gambia, Guinea, Buinea-Bissau). 13,300 in Senegal (2006). Population total all countries:
22,510 (Ethnologue 16).
Alas … a dialect of Batak Alas-Kluet (btz), a language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra, northeast of
Tapaktuan and around Kutacane. Many reject the label 'Batak' for its cultural connotations. Dialects: Alas,
Kluet, Singkil (Ethnologue 16).




Kluet … a dialect of Batak Alas-Kluet (btz), a language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra, northeast of
Tapaktuan and around Kutacane. Many reject the label 'Batak' for its cultural connotations. Dialects: Alas,
Kluet, Singkil (Ethnologue 16).




Singkil … a dialect of Batak Alas-Kluet (btz), a language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra, northeast of
Tapaktuan and around Kutacane. Many reject the label 'Batak' for its cultural connotations. Dialects: Alas,
Kluet, Singkil (Ethnologue 16).




Batak Angkola … a people and language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north central, Sipirok area. 750,000 (1991
UBS). Alt Names: Anakola, Angkola. Similar to Mandailing Batak (btm), but distinct sociolinguistically. Christian,
Muslim (Ethnologue 16). Muslims 85%
Batak Dairi … a people and language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra, southwest of Lake Toba around
Sidikalang. 1,200,000 (1991 UBS). Alt Names: Dairi, Pakpak, Pakpak Dairi. Dairi and Pakpak dialects are
sociolinguistically distinct. Christian (Ethno




Pakpak Batak … a people of Indonesia (Sumatra), northern Sumatra. Close to Dairi Batak. Christians 50%.
Animists 30%. Muslims 20% (Shafi Sunnis) (WCD).




Batak Karo … a people and language of Indonesia (Sumatra), central and north, west and northwest of Lake
Toba. 600,000 (1991 UBS). Alt Names: Karo Batak. Dialects: Singkil. Christian, traditional religion.




Batak Mandailing … a people and language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra. 1,100,000 (2000 census). Alt
Names: Batta, Mandailing Batak. Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Batak Simalungun … a people and language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra, northeast of Lake Toba.
1,200,000 (2000). Alt Names: Simelungan, Timur (Ethnologue 16).




Batak Toba … a people and language of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra, Samosir Island and east, south,
and west of Toba Lake. 2,000,000 (1991 UBS). Alt Names: Batta, Toba Batak. Christian (Ethnologue 16).




Silindung Batak, Batta … a people of Indonesia (Sumatra), north Sumatra. Closely related to Toba Bataks.
Strongly Protestant (WCD).
Batangan … a people and language of Equatorial Guinea. Also in Cameroon, South Province, Ocean Division,
Kribi area, scattered along the coast. Alt Names: Batanga, Bano'o, Banoho, Banoo, Noho, Nohu, Nodu. Dialects:
Bapuku (Puku, Naka, Bapuu). The Puku are




Bati, Bush Bati … a people and language of Cameroon, Littoral Province, Sanaga-Maritime Division, Ndom
Subdivision, Bati Canton. 4 villages. 800 (1975 census). Alt Names: Bati Ba Ngong, Bati de Brousse. Also use
Basaa (bas), French (fra), or Bakoko (bkh)




Bati … a people and language of Indonesia (Maluku), coastal east Seram Island between Darat and Keleser, and
inland. Alt Names: Gah. 3,500 (Loski 1989). Related to Geser-Gorom (ges), Watubela (wah). Strong separation
of ethnolinguistic identity with Geser




Batsi … a people and language of Georgia, Kakheti region, Talavei District, Zemo-Alvani (Upper Alvani). 3,420
(2000). Alt Names: Bats, Bac, Batsaw, Batsba, Batsbi, Batsbiitsy, Tsova-Tush, Tush. Christian (Ethnologue 16).
not related to Batu (Nias) people 114962 in Indonesia




Batui … native to Indonesia (Sulawesi), Central Sulawest Province, Banggai Regency, Batui subdistrict,
Balantang, Tolando, Sisipan, Batui villages. Alt Name: Baha … 2,900 (2007)
Bauri … native to Indonesia (Papua), Jayapura and Yapen Waropen regencies. Lake Holmes area near mid-
Mamberamo River. 1,500 (1991 SIL). Alt Name: Baudi, Baudji, Baudzi, Bauzi




Austrian, Bavarian … Bavarian (bar) is a language of Austria, Central Bavarian in the Alps and Lower Austria and
Salzburg; North Bavarian north of Regensburg, to Nuremburg and Western Bohemia, Czech Republic; South
Bavarian in Bavarian Alps, Tyrol, Styria




Gypsies with Bavarian (German, Austrian) mother tongue




Bawm Chin … a people and language of India, Mizoram, Chhimtuipui, Lunglei, and Aizawl districts; Tripura;
Assam. Also in Bangladesh, Chittagong Hills, and Myanmar, South Chin Hills. 4,440 in India (2004). 13,500 in
Bangladesh (1991 census). 3,580 in Myanm
Mizo, Bawm … a people of Southern Asia: Bangladesh, Chittagong Hills; India, Mizoram; Myanmar, South Chin
Hills. A scheduled tribe of India, Mizoram. A subgroup of the Mizo [112994], they mostly live in Chhimtuipui,
Lunglei and Aizawl districts of Mizora




Some speak Mangbetu; others Mayogo




Language (Baygo byg) extinct; now speak Sudanese Arabic apd




JWC … Bayanga is a geographic location in Central African Republic but may not be a People Name




Bayono … native to Indonesia (Papua), south of Awbono *awh+ on Steenboom River. 100 (1999 SIL)




Bayot … a people and language of Senegal, southwest of Ziguinchor, a cluster of villages grouped around
Nyassia village. Also in Gambia, Guinea-Bissau. 16,100 in Senegal (2006). Population total all countries: 18,790.
Atl Names: Baiot, Baiote, Bayotte.Tra




Nearly extinct
300 speakers




Beba … native to Cameroon, South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision; North West Province,
Mezam Division, Benakuma Subdivision. 3,000 (2002 SIL) … Alt Name: Baba'zhi, Babadji, Batadji, Bazhi, Beba',
Bebadji, Biba, Bombe, Mdbadji, Shishong
Beja … a people and language of Sudan, northeast along Red Sea coast. Also in Egypt, Eritrea. 951,000 in Sudan
(1982 SIL). 30,000 Hadendoa, 15,000 Bisharin (1992). Population total all countries: 1,186,000. Alt Names:
Bedawiyet, Bedauye, Bedawi, Bedawiye,




Bisharin … one of the major subgroups of the Beja peole of Sudan and Eritrea. They speak a Northern Cushitic
language and live in a region of approximately 50,000 square miles. That homeland extends from between
Mohammed Gol to the Egyptian border on the




Hadendoa … one of four dialects of the Bedawiyet (bej) language of Sudan. Northeast along Red Sea coast. Also
in Eritrea. Alt Names: Hadendowa, Hadendiwa. Muslim (Ethnologue 16).
JWC … Ethnologue 16 name is "Beele" with Abeele, Bele, Bellawa as alternates




JPL entries were combined with 101246 Bembe, a different ppl and lang.




'Koro' is used as a cover term for several groups.
Beli … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province, west of Mehek. 2,200 (2000). 1,400 in
area and 53 outside. Alt Names: Akuwagel, Makarim, Mukili. Different from Bebeli (bek) (Beli) in West New
Britain (Ethnologue 16).




Jur Beli




200 speakers




Bemba … a language of Zambia, North, Copperbelt, and Luapula provinces. Also in Botswana, Democratic
Republic of the Congo, Malawi. 3,300,000 in Zambia (Johnstone and Mandryk 2001), decreasing. Alt Names:
Chibemba, Chiwemba, Ichibemba, Wemba. Tradition re




Chishinga is a dialect of Bemba (bem), a language of Zambia.
Kabende is a dialect of Bemba (bem), a language of Zambia.




Luunda (Luapula) is a dialect of Bemba (bem), a language of Zambia.




Mukulu is a dialect of Bemba (bem), a language of Zambia.




Ng'umbo is a dialect of Bemba (bem), a language of Zambia.




Unga is a dialect of Bemba (bem), a language of Zambia.




Bembe … a language of Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sud-Kivu Province, Fizi Territory, west of Lake
Tanganyika. Also in Tanzania. 252,000 in DRC (1991 UBS). Alt Names: Beembe, Ebembe, Ibembe. Distinct from
Beembe (beq) (Bembe) of Congo Brazzaville. Tr
"Lala" is offensive




Bench … a people and language of Ethiopia. Kafa region, Mizan Teferi area, Shewa Bench towns. Alt Names:
Dizu, Ghimarra, Gimarra, Gimira. Ethiopic script. Agriculturalists: wheat, barley, maize, sorghum. Traditional
religion, Christian (Ethnologue 16).




Benga … a people and language of Equatorial Guinea, Corisco Island, Rio Muni. Also in Gabon, north of
Libreville, Bata. 3,000 in Equatorial Guinea (1995). 400 on Corisco Island. 1,100 in Gabon (2004). Related to
Batanga (bnm). One of the Ndowe 'coastal' p
Bagdi … a community of India, distributed in Bihar and West Bengal. Also known as Bargakshatriya or
Byagrakshatriya. Among themselves, they speak Bengali (ben) and use the Bengali script, but with others they
speak Hindi (hin) and use the Devanagari scrip




Bahelia (Baheliya) … a scheduled caste of India. Also known as Boila, Baila, Bailia and Bahila, the Bahelia are
distributed in the Nadia district of West Bengal. The Baheliya are also found in central and western Uttar
Pradesh where they are also known as
Bairagi, Hindu … a community of India. They are distributed in Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka,
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Orissa and West Bengal. They speak Bengali (ben) or Hindi (hin) at
home and use the Bengali and Devanagari scrip




Bania, Banik … a community of India. A community of Tripura, the Banik are alco called Banikya. The four
endogamous groups among them, namely Gandha Banik, Kansa Banik, Swarna Banik and Sankha Banik, are
differentiated on the basis of occupation. There ar
Bania, Khatri … a community of India: West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand.




Bania, Subarna Banik … a community of India: West Bengal. Bengali (ben) is their mother tongue and they use
the Bengali script. Traditionally the Subarna Banik are bankers and traders in gold and gold ornaments.




Bauri … a scheduled caste of India. Considered the original inhabitants of Bengal, the Bauri are the priests of
the Dharam deity, which is a vestige of the early mixed Jain-Buddhist cult of Bihar and Bengal. They are
distributed in West Bengal, Bihar, Ori




Beg … a community of India. Concentrated in the Kashmir valley of Jammu and Kashmir, the Beg claim to have
come with the Mughals as keepers of the treasury. They speak Kashmiri (kas) and use the Perso-Arabic script.
They are also conversant with Urdu (urd
Behera … a small community in Midnapore district of West Bengal. Speak Bengali (ben) and use the Bengali
script. Mainly landless. Mostly engaged in day labour, rickshaw-pulling, etc. Hindu (POI Vol. IV, pp. 351-352).




Bengali … a people and language of Bangladesh.
Bhuinmali … a community of India. A scheduled caste of West Bengal, Tripura and Assam. Alt Names: Bhuimali,
Mali. In West Bengal the Bhuinmali are distributed in the districts of Midnapur, Howrah, Burdwan, 24 Parganas,
Bankura, etc. They speak Bengali (be




Bhumij / Bhumija … a community of India, distributed over the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Assam and
Tripura. In Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa they are notified as a scheduled tribe. Bengali (ben) is the most
widely spoken language
Chasot … a community of India: West Bengal. Also known as Haldhar (Sadgope) and Krishibaisya, the Chasot
derive their name from their traditional occupation of cultivation (chas); the word chasot means tillers of land.
Chasot live in the districts of Mald




Chaudhari … a community of India. West Bengal, Karnataka. They speak Bengali (ben) and practice Hinduism
(OMID).
India and Bangladesh -- Not related to Dai in Chad or in Indonesia




Dainet … a people of Myanmar. They live in the mountains of northern Rakhine State and adjacent southern
areas of China State, close to the border with Bangladesh. 28,100 (2010) (Hattaway 2004, p. 42). Alt Names:
Chakma, Daignet, Daingnet, Dinenet




A community of India: West Bengal. They speak Bengali (ben) and use its script.
Hadi … a community of India. West Bengal, Jhakhand, Orissa. Alt Names: Hadi Santhan, Bansmali, Haddi
Chacchadi, Hari, Ghasi. They are concentrated in the Midinipur, Barddhaman, Puruliya and Birbhum districts of
West Bengal, the Ganjam district of Orissa,
Muslim people; compare 112305 Jaraj, Hindu




Muslim Jaraj are about double the Hindus
Jogi, Hindu … a community of India. Jogi is a community which covers a large variety of people belonging to
diverse linguistic, ethnic, cultural and regional backgrounds. The word jogi is a generic term, literally meaning a
devotee, a performer of jog or




Kaibartta … a community of India, Bihar, Assam. Alt Names: Kaibaratta, Kaibartta-Das, Chasi-Das, Halia-Das,
Parasar-Das, Dhivara, Khyan, Jaliya, Kaibarta. Traditional occupation is fishing and agriculture. The word
"Kaibartta" is derived from ka (wter) an
Kasai Majhi … a community India, West Bengal (JP). Does not appear to correlate either to "Kasai" or "Majhi" in
People of India.




Khairwar … a community of India, distributed in West Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. In West Bengal they enjoy
scheduled caste status. Alt Names: Khaira, Khairaha, Khirwar. In West Bengal they speak Bengali (ben) and use
the Bengali script. In Bihar they speak
Kol … a community of India. The Kol are found in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Madhya Pradesh and
Maharashtra. In Bihar they are distributed in the Bhagalpur, Deohar, Dumka, Giridh, Katihar, Madhubani,
Purnea, Ranchi, Saharsa and Sahebganj districts. The
Kuki, Amre … a tribal community of India, Tripura, India, North Tripura and Dhalai districts. The Amre are a sub-
tribe of the Kuki (OMID), a scheduled tribe of Assam, Nagaland and Tripura. Kuki is a generic term used for the
people who migrated to differe




Kuki, Khelma … a tribal community of India, Assam and Nagaland states. The largest concentration of Khelma
are in the Cachar district of Assam. The Khelma are a sub-tribe of the Kuki (OMID), a scheduled tribe of Assam,
Nagaland and Tripura. Kuki is a gene
Mahishya … a community of India. They are also known as Kaibarta and are widely distributed in several
districts of West Bengal and Bihar. They speak Bengali (ben) and use the Bengali script. They also speak Hindi
(POI Vol. V, pp. 2095-2097).
Mahisyadas … a community of India. A scheduled tribe of Tirpura. Also referred to as Matsyadas or Haluadas,
they are spread all over Tripura. It is said that their traditional occupation was related to matsya (fish) and the
community is thus named Matsyad




Maimal … a Muslim community of inland fishermen in the state of Assam in India. The Maimals are widely
distributed, mainly in lower assam and concentrate around the two rivers Sonai and Barak in three districts,
namely--Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi.




Mallah, Muslim … a community of India. They are concentrated in West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh. The Muslim
Mallah speak Bengali (ben) or Urdu (urd) (OMID).




Mandala … a community in Bangladesh and India. Vast majority reside in Bangladesh where they speak Bengali
(ben). Very small minority reside in Andhra Pradesh, India and speak Telugu (tel). They are also known as
Mandula or Khandwari. Their community name




Mandala … a community in Bangladesh and India. Vast majority reside in Bangladesh where they speak Bengali
(ben). Very small minority reside in Andhra Pradesh, India and speak Telugu (tel). They are also known as
Mandula or Khandwari. Their community name
Matia … a community of India; a Scheduled Tribe of West Bengal and Orissa. In West Bengal they speak Bengali
(ben). In Orissa they speak Telugu (tel) or Oriya (ori). Alt Names: Mattiya, Mattia, matya, Mati Bhumia. The
Matia are Hindu (POI Vol. V, pp. 2253
Mochi, Hindu … a community of India. West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand. They speak
Bengali (ben) or Hindi (hin). Alt Names: Rachevar, Arya Kshatriya, Muchivaru, Muchi, Rishi, Sajgar, Raighar,
Rehgar, Jatia, Ramdasi, Raudari, Ravida, Chitr
Nagbanshi … a community of Bihar, India. There are two main groups. The Rajdariya Nagbanshi mainly inhabit
the Ranchi and Palamau districts of Bihar. The Lohardagiya Nagbanshi are condentrated in Lohardaga district.
They speak Sadri (sck) and use the Deva




Namasudra, Hindu … a community of India. Scattered throughout West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, Bihar and
Madhya Pradesh. The Namasudra are also notified as a scheduled caste of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur,
Meghalaya, Mizoram and Orissa. Language varies by stat




Namasudra, Muslim … a community of India. Scattered throughout West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, Bihar and
Madhya Pradesh. The Namasudar are also notified as a scheduled caste of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur,
Meghalaya, Mizoram and Orissa. Language varies by sta
Rajbansi … a people of India, West Bengal, Jalpaiguri, Uttar Dinajpur, Koch Bihar, Darjeeling districts; Assam,
Dhubri and Kokrajhar districts. Alt Names: Kamtapuri, Rajbangsi, Rajbanshi, Rajbongshi, Goalparia, Koch
Rajbanshi. They speak Bengali (ben). Ag




Raju … a community of India. West Bengal, Orissa. Concentrated in the Medinipur District of West Bengal. They
speak Bengali (ben) or Oriya (ori) and practice Hinduism (OMID).
Shaikh … a large community widely distributed throughout Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. The title Shaikh
signifies Arab descent. Though the Shaikhs in South Asia claim Arab descent, in many cases they are native
South Asians who adopted the title after c
4 or 5 fluent speakers




Shosho is an offensive name.




Berta … a people and language of Ethiopia, Beni Shangul region, corner formed by Blue Nile River and Sudan
border north of Asosa; Dalati, Sirba Abay area east of Dabus River. Also in Sudan, Blue Nile Province on Ethiopia
border. 125,000 in Ethiopia (1994




Bilingual in western Oromi
Besme … a people and language of Chad, southwest, Tandjile Prefecture, Kelo and Lai subprefectures, in
Besme, Bodor, and 3 other villages along Logone River northwest of Lai. 1,230 (1993 census). Alt Names: 'Unar,
Beseme, Besemme, Bodor, Hounar, Huner. Ch
Kuruba, Kadu … a people and language of India, Tamil Nadu, Nilgiri District, Gudalur, Panthalur taluks;
Karnataka, Kodagu District, Virarajendrapet, Somvarpet taluks; Mysore District, Heggadadevanakote,
Piriyapatna taluks; Chamrajnagar District, Gundlupet




Some list by language name Bezhta (Bezhita)




This name seems to be preferred in Indian sources for the people; Bhatri for the language; see also Bhottada
111586
Bhojpuri Bihari … the Biharis are an ethnic group originating from the state of Bihar, eastern Uttar Pradesh and
surrounding areas in India and Nepal with a history going back three millenia. Biharis speak Bihari languages
such as Magahi (mag), Bhojpuri (




Biar, Hindu … a community of India. Also spelt as Biare, the Bayar are distributed in the Mirzapur and Varanasi
districts of Uttar Pradesh. The community name is derived from their occupations of rice cultivation and of
constructing tanks and embankments.




Biar, Muslim … a community of India. Also spelt as Biare, the Bayar are distributed in the Mirzapur and Varanasi
districts of Uttar Pradesh. The community name is derived from their occupations of rice cultivation and of
constructing tanks and embankments




Gulgulia … a community of India. A nomadic community of Bihar, the Gulgulia live in small numbers in different
parts of Singbhum district. They speak Bhojpuri (bho) and Hindi (hin) and use the Devanagari script. The
Gulgulia are largely a landless people




Kahar … a community of India. They are distributed in a number of north Indian states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh,
Delhi, Rajasthan and West Bengal. Alt Names: Rawani, Ramani, Kamkar, Chandrabansi, Dhimar, Mehra, Raj
Bhoi. Heart language varies by state wit
Few Thousand Second Language Users.




Bialaba … a people of Benin. Atakora Province, Materi Subprefecture; Borgou Province, Ouessi Subprefecture.
Also in Burkina Faso. Tapoa and Gourma provinces, at Benin border, south of Arli. Alt Names: Biali, Berba, Bieri,
Bjerb, Bjeri. The language is cal




Possible DUPLICATION of 101421 … no longer in CPPI
Biao Mien … a people and language of China, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Mengshan, Zhaoping,
Pingle, Lipu, and Gongcheng counties. 20,000 (Wang and Mao 1995). Alt Names: Biao Mon, Biaoman,
Changping, Min Yao, Sida Min Yao. Language is quite different




Biao-Jiao Mien … a people and language of China, northeast Guangzi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Quanzhou,
Guanyang, and Gongcheng Yao autonomous counties; south Hunan Province, Shuangpai, and Daoxian counties.
43,000 (Wang and Mao 1995). Alt Names: Biao Chao




Biaomin, Shikou … a dialect sub-group of Biao-Jiao Mien (114009), a people and language of China, northeast
Guangzi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Quanzhou, Guanyang, and Gongcheng Yao autonomous counties; south
Hunan Province, Shuangpai, and Daoxian counties.
Nearly extinct




Kuki, Biete … a tribal community of India, Assam, Manipur and Mizoram states. The largest concentration is in
the Cachar district of Assam. The Biete are a sub-tribe of the Kuki (OMID), a scheduled tribe of Assam,
Nagaland and Tripura. Kuki is a generic t




Mizo, Biete … a scheduled tribe of India, Mizoram. They are also known as Baite or Biete. The etymological
meaning of the term Biate is snake-worshipper. It is believed that they came to this part from the Singlung or
Chinglung area, lying in the north-ea
Biga … a people and language of Indonesia (Papua), Misool Island, Biga village. 300 (Remijsen 2001). Sago
gatherers (Ethnologue 16).
Bilba … native to Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara), Rote Island east, domains of Bilba, Diu, and Lelenuk. West of
Riggou. Communities on Semau Island and Timor mainland near Kupang.




Bilen … The Bilin (Belen, Bogo) are a people whose homeland for centuries was the Keren region of Eritrea and
in Tigray Province, Ethiopia. In recent decades, however, because of savage civil wars and famine in the region,
the Bilin, who number approximat




Kanuri, Bilma … a people and language of Niger. Northeast, Kawar region. Alt Names: Bla Bla, Kanouri, Kanoury.
Dialects: Bilma, Fachi. A member of the Kanuri subgroup. Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Bilua … a people and language of Solomon Islands, Western Province, Vella Lavella Island. Alt Names: Mbilua,
Vella Lavella.
National Language




Bilingual in Ilocano
Ethnologue language name -- asome sources have "Manobo" in name




Birhor … a scheduled tribe of India. Mainly a nomadic community, the majority of the Birhor have now settled
down. They are distributed in the states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal. The name Birhor is
derived from the words bir, meaning
An Ijo (Ijaw) people




possible DUPLICATE of 110511
Vanuatu Melanesian … an ethnic group of Melanesian descent found in Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New
Caledonia. They speak Bislama (bis), an official language of Vanuatu. Alt Names: Bislama, Bichelamar
(Ethnologue 16).




Busansi … an ethnic group who live in Burkina Faso, between Tenkodogo and the border with Ghana, as well as
across the border in northern Ghana, particularly in the northeastern tip of the upper East Region. Alt Names:
Bisa, Bissa, Boussanse, Bussansi, Bu




Bisu … a people and language of China, Southwest Yunnan Province, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous
Prefecture, Simao Prefecture. Also in Thailand, Southwest Chiangrai, North Lampang, and in Myanmar. Possibly
also in Laos. 1,000 in Thailand. 240 in China. Alt
Unrelated to Ake in Nigeria.




Under Hani Nationality
Bulang, Blang … a people and language of China. Southwest Yunnan Province, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous
Prefecture, Menghai County, Bulangshan, Bada, Xiding, Daluo districts; Jinghong County, Damengnong District.
Also in Myanmar. East Shan state, Mong Yan




Not related to the Bo people in Papua New Guinea
Bobongko … native to Indonesia (Sulawesi), central Sulawesi, Togian Islands, Lembanato village; Batu Daka
Island, Kilat Bay north, Tumbulawa village on northwest coast. 1,500 (2001 SIL)




Bodo … a community of India. They are mainly distributed in Assam, though smaller numbers of Bodo may be
found in West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur, Delhi, Punjab, Andaman and
Nicobar Islands, and Mizoram. Alt Names: Kachari, Bo
Reported as 10,000 population in Ethnologue 15




Bohtan … native to Turkey, though presently found only in Georgia, mainly in Garbadani village. Language
designated as Bohtan Neo-Aramaic (bhn), a modern Eastern Neo-Aramaic language that originated on the Plain
of Bohtan in southeastern Turkey.
Not related to the Bantu Boko (Iboko) in Dem Republic of Congo (lang BKP) or Busa 101793 (lang BHF) in Papua
New Guinea




Not related to 101551 Boko (Busa-Boko) in Benin and Nigeria or 101793 Busa in Papua New Guinea




Bokobaru … a people and language of Nigeria. Kwara state, primarily Kaiama LGA, some in Baruten LGA. 35
villages. Alt Names: Busa-Bokobaru, Bussawa. They call themselves "Bokobaru' or 'Zogben'. The Hausa call
them 'Bussawa'. The Yoruba call them 'Bariba'.




Bokoto … a people and language of Central African Republic. Baoro, Carnot, Boda subprefectures. Alt Names:
Bhokoto, bogodo, Bogoto, Bokodo, Bokpoto (Ethnologue 16).




contains smaller ethnic groups Ndir, Ukwese, Utang, Yon




Bola … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, West New Britain Province, northeast coast, Willaumez
Peninsula. 13,700 (2000 census). Alt Names: Bakovi, Bola-Bakovi (Ethnologue 16). Not related to 101558 - Bola
in India.




Not related to Karua in India
Karua, Xarua … a dialect of Bola (bnp), a language of Papua New Guinea, West New Britain, northeast coast,
Willaumez Peninsula, on the east side of Kimbe. Alt Names: Harua, Garua, Mai. Karua, Xarua developed from
people resettled on an oil palm plantation




Some people include this group with Bolango (Bulango 101721 who speak the same lang) or Gorontalo
(103453, neighboring people with similar lang)




Some include Bolango and Atinggola with Gerontalo entry. See ROP 103453




Bolgo Durag … (Small Bolgo), one of two dialects of Bolgo (bvo), a language of Chad, Guera region, Bahr Signaka
Department, Melfi Subprefecture, east fo the Barain (101055), southeast of Milfi. Most also use Chadian
Spoken Arabic (shu). Traditional religi




Languages of Sambal and Ayta group are similar; ethnicities may be referred to by either name in sources
High bilingualism in Jula




Bom … native to Sierra Leaone, along Bome River. Alt Name: Bome, Bomo, Bum. 5,580 (2006), decreasing.
Shifting to Mende (men)
Boma Kasai … native to Democratic Republic of the Congo, Bandundu Province. Alt Name: Boma, Buma,
Kiboma. 20,500 (2000).




Bwa, Red Bobo … a people and language of Mali. A triangle between San and Sofara on Bani River. Mao is
separate from other dialects and straddles Mali-Burkina Faso border on main San to Bobo-Dioulasso road. Also
in Burkina Faso. Kossi Province, Soumbara,




Bon Gula … a people and language of Chad, Guera region, Bahr Signaka Department, Melfi Subprefecture,
north of Lake Iro, northeast of Zan. Bon and Ibir villages. 1,200 (1997 SIL). Alt Names: Bon, Bon Goula, Bun,
Gula Guera, Poun, Taataal. Lexical Similari
CPPI combines this as one people with 101642




Dogon (102662) retired and 14 new "Dogon" entries created. Dogon, Bondum Dom … a people native to Mali,
Plateau area north border, Borko village language area center (Ethnologue 16).
Bonkeng … native to Cameroon, Littoral Province, Moungo Division, Loum Subdivision. 2,980 (2000). Alt Name:
Bongken, Bonkeng-Pendia, Bonkenge




Bontoc, Central … a people and language of the Philippines. Luzon, central Mountain Province. Alt Names:
Bontoc, Bontoc Igorot. Dialects: Sadanga, Guinaang, Bontoc. Also use Ilocano (ilo), English (end), or Filipino (fil).
Latin script (Ethnologue 16).




Boon … a people and language of Somalia. Middle Jubba region, Jilib District, scattered in the bush in
settlements of 2 or 3 houses with nearest relatives. Alt Names: Af-Boon. Hunter-gatherers; leather workers.
Nearly extinct (Ethnologue 16).
Bora … part of the Witoto of the Colombian an Peruvian Amazon. They number approximately 2,500 people
and live along the northeast border of Peru and southern Colombia, primarily along the Algodon, Ampiyacu,
Cahuinari, Igara Parana, Manay, and Yaguasyacu




Ajuran … a subtribe of the Garreh-Ajuran tribe, a Somali tribe in Kenya, North Eastern Province, Mandera and
Wajir districts. The Ajuran people are part of the Eastern Hamatic cluster of peoples who live today in far
northwestern Kenya, southern Ethiopia,




Arsi … one of six major dialect groups of the Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo (Ethnologue 16). The Oromos, also known
as the Galla, are a large ethnic cluster of peoples living from northeastern Ethiopia to east-central Kenya, as
well as between the borders of Sud




Borana … one of six major dialect groups of the Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo (Ethnologue 16). The Oromos, also
known as the Galla, are a large ethnic cluster of peoples living from northeastern Ethiopia to east-central
Kenya, as well as between the borders of S




Gabbra … one of six major dialect groups of the Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo (Ethnologue 16). The Oromos, also
known as the Galla, are a large ethnic cluster of peoples living from northeastern Ethiopia to east-central
Kenya, as well as between the borders of S




Gibe … an Ethiopian group who are part of the larger Kafa-Sadama cluster of peoples (Olson 1996, p. 197).




Guji … one of six major dialect groups of the Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo (Ethnologue 16). The Oromos, also known
as the Galla, are a large ethnic cluster of peoples living from northeastern Ethiopia to east-central Kenya, as
well as between the borders of Sud
Kereyu … one of six major dialect groups of the Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo (Ethnologue 16). The Oromos, also
known as the Galla, are a large ethnic cluster of peoples living from northeastern Ethiopia to east-central
Kenya, as well as between the borders of S




Sakuye … a people of Kenya. Sakuye (Saguye) is one of two dialects of Borana (gax) spoken in Kenya
(Ethnologue 16). The Sakuye live in northeastern Kenya, particularly in the region of Dabel. Culturally, they
have many affinities with the Gabres. The Saku




Selale … one of six major dialect groups of the Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo (Ethnologue 16). The Oromos, also
known as the Galla, are a large ethnic cluster of peoples living from northeastern Ethiopia to east-central
Kenya, as well as between the borders of S




Fulfulde … a people and language of Benin. Atakora and Borgou provinces, villages, and encampments; Borgou
region, Bakuure north of N’Dali; central and south Borgou region, Parakou area, Korakuure; north, Atacora
region, Djougoure, from Djougou north to B




Borna … a language of Democratic Republic of the Congo. Alt Names: Eborna. May not exist (1982 J. Ellington)
or may be same as Boma (boh) (Ethnologue 16).
Amuru … a people of Ethiopia. In Gojjam near Blue Nile river. Somewhat bilingual in Amharic (amh). Christian,
Traditional religion, Muslim (WCD). Some sources may list all under Boro 101620




Boro … a people and language of Ethiopia. Benishangul-Gumuz region, near Blue Nile River. Alt Names: Bona,
Bworo, Scinacia, Shinasha. Boro is the ethnic name (Ethnologue 16).




Guba … a people of Ethiopia. In west of country, near Sudan border. Traditional religion, Muslim (WCD). Some
may include with 100309 - Amuru




Shinasha … a tiny ethnic group living today in southern Ethiopia. Their language is part of the larger Omotic
group of languages, and they make their living as small farmers (Olson 1996, p. 522). reported by OW/CPPI as
separate, but uncertain; Shinasha is




Wambera … a dialect of Borna (bwo), a language of Ethiopia. Benishangul-gumuz region, near Blue Nile River.
Alt Names: Wenbera-Dangur (Ethnologue 16). Most sources do not list Wambera separately




Bororo … a Ge-speaking people who once occupied a vast territory in what is today north central Mato Grosso
state in Brazil (Olson 1991, pp. 58-59). In Brazil. Not related to Bororo Fulfulde in West Africa.
5 speakers only. Almost all speak Spanish




Bosniak … a South Slavic ethnic group, living mainly in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a smaller presence
throughout the Balkan Peninsula, especially in Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia. Bosniaks are typically
characterized by their tie to the Bosnian histori




Bote-Majhi … a people and language of Nepal, Narayani River banks and tributaries; Narayani zone, Chitwan,
Parsa districts; Lumbini zone, Nawalparasi, Palpa, Gulmi districts; Gandaki zone, Tanahun, Gorkha, Kaski, Gulmi,
Syangja districts. Alt Names: Kusha
Speak a Sambal language, but of negrito ethnicity




CPPI combines this as one people with 101591




Buyi Nationality in China.
Brahui … a people and language of Pakistan, south central, Quetta and Kalat region, east Baluchistan and Sind
provinces. Also in Afghanistan, Iran, Turkmenistan. Alt Names: Birahui, Brahuidi, Brahuigi, Kur Galli. Dialects:
Jharawan, Kalat, Sarawan (Ethnol
Brokkat … native to Bhutan, central Bumthang District, Dur. 300 (Van Driem 1993). Alt Name: Brokskad, Jokay
Brokpa … a people and language of Bhutan, Trashigang District, Sakteng Valley east, mainly in Merak and
Sakteng villages. 5,000 (2006). 2,000 in Mera area, 3,000 in Sagteng area. Alt Names: Brokpake, Dakpa, Damilo,
Dap, Drokpakay, Jobikha, Mera Sagtengpa,




This appears to be the same as Broq-Pa 111700, but both from same source. Population 1 makes entity
questionable.
Chin, Bualkhaw … native to Myanmar, Chin state, Falam Township, north of Falam town. Alt Name: Bualkhaw-
Chin
Speakers use Duala as second language




Stieng, Budeh … a people and language of Vietnam, Binh Phuoc and Tay Ninh provinces, south Stieng area
(Ethnologue 16). The Stieng have long existed as a distinct ethnic group with two local sub-groups: the Bulo (in
the upper midlands) and the Budeh (in t




Budong-Budong … a people and language of Indonesia (Sulawesi), Mamuju District, Budong-Budong subdistrict,
Tongkou village, on Budong-Budong River. Alt Names: Tangkou, Tongkou. Some also use Topoiyo (toy). Muslim
(Ethnologue 16).




Budug … a people and language of Azerbaijan. Quba region. Alt Names: Budukh, Budugi, Budux, Bukukhi. Sunni
Muslim (Ethnologue 16).
Bukawa … a people and language of Papua New Guinea, Morobe Province, Huan Gulf coast. 9,690 (1878 K.
McElhanon). Alt Names: Bugawac, Bukaua, Bukawac, Kawa, Kawac, Yom Gawac (Ethnologue 16).




Extinct; ethnic group speak Bukawa (BUK Bugawak)




Trade Language




Bugis … a people and language of Indonesia (Sulawesi). Western coast of southeast Sulawesi in Kolaka,
Wundulako, Rumbia, and Poleang districts. Also in major towns of Sulawesi. Large enclaves also in other
provinces of Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Maluku, Papua,
Buhid … a people and language of the Philippines. South Mindoro. Alt Names: Bangon, Batangan, Bukul. Buhid
script Ethnologue 16).




Jewish, Bukharic mother tongue -- some sources may combine with Central Asian Jew (Tajiki mother tongue)
100558
Beketan … a people and language of Indonesia (Kalimantan), East Kalimantan Province, Iwan River, Sarawak
border. Also in Malaysia (Sarawak), Kapit, 7th Division. 570 in Indonesia (2000). 290 in Malaysia (2000). Alt
Names: Bukitan, Bakatan, Mangkettan, Man




Speak Bukusu, but are a separate people in the broader Luhya cluster.




Bulgar … a central Asian Turkic people who merged with central European Slavs in the late 7th century to form
the first Bulgarian kingdom in what is now northeastern Bulgaria. "Bulgarian" may be a more appropriate
PeopleName now than "Bulgar".
Jew, Bulgarian Speaking … an ethnoreligious group originating in the Israelites or Hebrews of the Ancient Near
East. The Jewish ethnicity, nationality, and religion are strongly interrelated. The Jewish diaspora resulted in
the formation of diverse Jewish




Palityan, Bogomil … a dialect of Bulgarian (bul). Palityan dialect is functionally intelligible with Standard
Bulgarian and is spoken in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania (Ethnologue 16).




Pomak … a dialect of Bulgarian (bul) spoken in Turkey, scattered in Edirne and other western provinces; and in
Greece, Western Thrace, 3 departments, including Xanthi. Bulgarian-speaking Sunni Muslims refugees in
Turkey and Greece (Ethnologue 16).




Romany with Bulgarian mother tongue, not included in the Balkan Romany entries




Bulisa … a people and language of Ghana, Sandema District. Alt Names: Bulisa, Guresha, Kanjaga (Ethnologue
16). The Builsas, known also as the Builses, Bulses, Kangyagas, and Kanjagas, are a Grusi people of Ghana and
Burkina Faso. They are concentrated in




Buli … a people and language of Indonesia (Maluku). North Maluku, central Halmahera, east coast. 3 villages.
Several communities of over 100 dwellings. Coconut plantations. Muslim, Christian (Ethnologue 16).
Bullom … a people and language of Sierra Leone. Coast from Guinea border to Sierra Leone River. Also in
Guinea. Alt Names: Bolom, Bulem, Bullin, Bullun, Mandenyi, Mandingi, Mmani, Northern Bullom. The people
are intermarried with the Temne and the Susu. T




Stieng, Bulo … a people and language of Vietnam, Binh Phuoc, Lam Dong, Tay Ninh provinces. Also in
Cambodia, east, Kratie Province, Snuol District, and southern Mondolkiri (Ethnologue 16). The Stieng have long
existed as a distinct ethnic group with two l




Bulu Fang … native to Cameroon, South Province, entire Ntem and Dja-and-Lobo divisions; south Upper Sanaga
Division; Center Province, north Nyong-and-Mfoumou Division; East Province, part of Upper Nyong Division. Alt
Name: Boulou. 858,000 (2007).




Bulu … a people and language of Papua New Guinea. West New Britain Province, Willaumez Peninsula
(Ethnologue 16).
Mostly speak Kriol
Berar … a community of India. The Berar live in the slum areas of the Tikamgarh and Chhatarpur districts of
Madhya Pradesh and in the Lalitpur district of Uttar Pradesh. They speak Bundeli (bns) and Hindi (hin). Basketry
cane-craft and band-bajja (playing




Inlcudes several subgroups, including Tulambatu which some have erroneously related to Mikifore 106632 in
Guinea




Wungu … a people and language of Tanzania. Mbeya region, Chunya District. Alt Names: Kibungu, Wungu.
Most use some Swahili (swh). Agriculturalists; animal husbandry: livestock; fishermen. Traditional religion,
Christian (Ethnologue 16).
Dogon (102662) retired and 14 new "Dogon" entries created. Dogon, Bunoge … a people native to Mali, Mopti
region, Bandiagara Circle, Goundaka District (Ethnologue 16).
Nearly extinct




Bure … native to Nigeria, Bauchi state, Darazo LGA, southeast of Darazo town. 1 village. 500. Alt Name: Bubure




Burji … a people and language of Ethiopia. South of Lake Ciamo. Also in Kenya. Moyale, Marsabit Township
area. Alt Names: Bambala, Bembala, Daashi. Ethiopic script. Christian, Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




Burmese … the dominant ethnic group of Burma (Myanmar). Alt Names: Bamar, Burman. The Bamar constitute
approximately two-thirds of the population of Burma, live primarily in the Irrawaddy basin, and speak the
Burmese (mya) language (wikipedia). Alt langua




About 300,000 Han Chinese in Burma have only Burmese mother tongue; other Han languages are also in
Burma
Yaw … one of five dialects of Burmese (mya), a language of Myanmar. Merguese (250,000), Danu (100,000),
and Yaw (20,000) may be separate languages and are distinct varieties (Bradley 1997).




Not related to the Buru in Nigeria 114853




Nigeria. Unrelated to Buru in Indonesia.
Burungi … a people and language of Tanzania. Dodoma region, Kondoa District, southeast of Langi (lag), Goima,
Chambalo, and Mirambu villages. Alt Names: Bulunge, Burungi, Mbulugwe. Agriculturalists. Traditional religion,
Muslim, Christian (Ethnologue 16).




Burusho … a people and language of Pakistan, North Gilgit District areas, Hunza-Nagar and Yasin areas;
scattered in Gilgit, Kashmir, and various cities. Also in India. Language is Burushaski (bsk). People are called
Burusho (Ethnologue 16).
Antalaotra is an Alternate Name for Bushi (buc) … a language of Mayotte … 31-LDA-gb an-talaotra (Dalby
1999)
An indigenous people of Mayotte. 39,000 (2001)




Makoa … an ethnic group living today in Madagascar. They are widely dispersed among the Sakalavas (108531)
in the norhtern reaches of the island. Their contemporary population is approximately 150,000 people. They
are the most African of any of the ethnic




Mikea … a foraging-horticulturalist people of Madagascar, southwestern Madagascar, in the coastal Mikea
Forest (Alan'ny Midea), between the cities of Morombe and Toliary. The Mikea may once have extended south
to the Fiherenana River (Robert L. Kelly, Jea




Sakalava … an ethnic group living today in Madagascar. They are concentrated along the west coast of the
island, from Nosy Be to Tulear. In the central part of that region, the Sakalavas have been affected by Islam
through contact with immigrants from the




Vezo … The Vezus (Vesos) are a subgroup of the Sakalava (108531) peoples of the plains of Madagascar. They
make their living as fishermen and trade their fish for agricultural products to the Tanalanas (109806), a nearby
group (Olson 1996).
Bussa … a people and Language of Ethiopia. Omo region, west of Lake Chamo. Alt Names: D'oopace,
D'opaasunte, Dobase, Gobeze, Goraze, Gowase, Lohu, Mashelle, Mashile, Masholle, Mosiye, Musiye, Orase.
Peasant agriculturalists (Ethnologue 16).




Dobase … a people and language of Ethiopia. Omo region, west of Lake Chamo. Alt Names: Bussa, D'oopace,
D'opaasunte, Gobeze, Goraze, Gowase, Lohu, Mashelle, Mashile, Masholle, Mosiye, Musiye, Orase. Peasant
agriculturalists (Ethnologue 16).
not related to Buya group of Loko people in Sierra Leone
Karen, Bghai … a people and language of Myanmar. Kyebogyi area of Kayah state, Thandaunggyi Township,
Kayin (Karen) state. Alt Names: Baghi, Bghai Karen, Bwe. Latin script. Myanmar (Burmese) script (Ethnologue
16).




Byangsi … a people of Nepal, Mahakali zone, Darchula District, Byas Valley. 9 villages. An official nationality.
Buddhist (Ethnologue 16). Alt Name: Bhotia, Byangkho Lwo, Byangkhopa, Byanshi, Byansi, Jaba, Rang, Saukas,
Shaukas




North Makaa … a people of Cameroon. East Province, north Upper Nyong Division, Messamena, Abong-Mbang,
Doume, Nguelemendouka subdivisions; Lom and Djerem Division, east Diang Subdivision, west of Bertoua. Alt
Names: Maka, Makya, Meka, Mekae, Mekay, Mekey,
100 monolinguals




141 speakers; Caddo County, Oklahoma
5 speakers; almost extinct




35 speakers; bilingual in English; S California




About 30% monolingual




Cajun … a people and language of the United States. Southern Louisiana west of the Mississippi as far north as
Avoyelles, Evangeline, Allen, and Calcasieu parishes. Alt Names: Acadian, Cadien, Cajan, Cajun, Français
Acadien. Fishermen; fur trappers. Chris
Moving to lang of South Central Cakchiquel CKD




Gypsy, Spanish, Gitano … the Romani people in Spain are generally known as Gitanos. Spanish Romanies belong
to the Iberian Kale Romani group, with smaller populations in Portugal (known as Ciganos) and southern
France. They tend to speak Calo (rmq), which




Gypsy group from Iberia with a language related to Spanish and Portuguese. Alt Names: Gitano, Iberian
Romani,
name based on Ethnologue lang name; related to but different from Mambila in Nigeria 106197
Separately reported as an entity only by CPPI; with population here included in Canela total




Canichana lang extinct. Spanish mother tongue now
Cao Lan … a people and language of Vietnam. San Chay mainly in Tuyen Quang, Bac Can, and Thai Nguyen
provinces; also scattered in Yen Bai, Vinh Phuc, Phu Tho, Bac Giang, Quang Ninh provinces. Alt Names: Cao,
Caolan, Lan-San Chi, "Man Cao-Lan", "Man", San




Somewhat bilingual in Spanish




Cachamashiri is derogatory; they do not like to be called Campa




Not related to Chara (Ciara) people in Ethiopia 102028




No permanent friendly contact
Caribbean East Indian … a people of French Guiana. They speak Caribbean Hindustani (hns). Primary religion is
Protestant Christianity (JPL).




Sarnami Hindi … a people of Suriname. Coastal region. Also in Guyana, Netherlands, Trinidad and Tobago.
Dialects: Trinidad Bhojpuri, Sarnami Hindustani (Sarnami Hindi, Aili Gaili). Based on Bhojpuri, with influences
from Awadhi, with loans from Sranan, Du
1,500 speakers




Cashibo … a Panoan-speaking group of Amerindians who live near the Aguaytia, San Alejandro, Cushucayo, and
Manoa rivers on the left bank of the Ucayali River on the east side of the Andes in the jungles of central Peru.
Today there are approximately 2,500
Several speakers; language almost extinct




500 Children in school; becoming bilingual ib spanish




10 speakers in US; Cattayaugus Res. W New York




Senoufo, Cebaara … a language of Côte d'Ivoire, north, around Korhogo. 862,000 (1993 SIL). Alt Names: Senadi,
Senari, Syenere, Tiebaara, Tyebala. The Tyelibele (Tyeliri) are leather workers scattered throughout the
Senoufo area, speaking as L1 the various




Visayan … a people and language of the Philippines. Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Visayas and parts of Mindanao. Also
in United States. Alt Names: Binisaya, Bisayan, Sebuano, Sugbuanon, Sugbuhanon, Visayan (Ethnologue 16).
Also known as Visayan-Eskaya. Eskaya is t
Cen … native to Nigeria, Plateau state, center: Duruk Kamang village, SE of Jos. Alt Name: Chen. 2,000.
Imazighen … a people of Northern Africa, west of the Nile Valley. The Amazigh (Imazighen is plural; Amazigh is
singular), which means 'free humans' or 'free men' are known to the world as Berbers. In fact, the word
'Berbers' is offensive to these ancient




Listed by some as Nail; From Biskra to Djelfa in Algeria; Arabic speaking
Awyu, Central … a people of Indonesia (Papua), Mappi and Boven Digul Regencies; Obaa, Citak Mitak,
Mandobo and Bimikia subdistricts. South coast east of Bipim, northwest of Yaqay (jaq), west of Tanamerah,
southwest of Boma. Alt Names: Ajau, Auyu, Avio, Aw




smaller group with the same language as the Central Aymara.




primary group of Aymara




Bai … a people of China, northwest Yunnan Province. An official nationality. The entity encompasses three
language divisions: Bai, Central - (bca) (800,000); Bai, Northern - (bfc) (40,000); Bai, Southern - (bfs) (400,000)
(Ethnologue 16).




Bei … a people of China, Yunnan Province, Lijiang County. Despite sharing an identical historic background with
the Bai, those living in Lijiang sternly insist on being called Bei and have designed a different ethnic dress. The
Bei speak a dialect that ma




Berawan, Central … native to Malaysia (Sarawak). 710 (2007). With 115050 and 115051 replaces Berawan
101270
Trade Language
223,000: All Grebo in Liberia




Central Hongshuihe Zhuang … native to China, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, either side of central
stretch of HSH River, including Du'an, Dahua, Mashan, north Shanglin and possibly east Pingguo (Ethnologue
16). Former sub-group of Zhuang, Northern 1143




Nahuatl, Central Huasteca … an indigenous Mesoamerican people living today in Central Mexico. Their
language belongs to the Uto-Aztecan language family (sourced Wikipedia article). Hidalgo, Veracruz, and San
Louis Potosi states (Ethnologue 16).




current sources do not show this group in Eritrea or Benin
Ethnol lang Kurdish, Central, formerly old name of one dialect and ethnic section of the Kurds




Kurdish ethnicity with Turkish mother tongue. WCE identifies 5,327,275. Most sources do not identify this
segment separately.
Rambang Senuli … an indegenous people group of Indonesia (Sumatra). Rambang is one of several dialects of
Central Malay (pse) (Ethnologue 16). The Rambang Senuli live in the Pedamaran and Mesuji districts of the
Ogan Komering Ilir district in the province
name is Ethnologue lang name




Almost all bilingual in Spanish




Ojibwa, Central … a people and language of Canada, Central Ontario, Lake Nipigon in west to Lake Nipissing in
east. Alt Names: Central Ojibwe, Ojibway, Ojibwe (Ethnologue 16).




Young people are Japanese speakers
Tau't Batu … an indigenous people of the Philippines, mountains of Puerto Princes (Singnapan Valley of
Ransang).




Afghan Pawinda … a community of Pakistan, Northwest Frontier Province, Kurram District. 3,760. Muslim
(OMID).




Pashtun, Central … a people of Pakistan. The Pashtun (also known as Pushtun, Pakhtun, Pukhtun, Pashtoon,
Pathan) are an Eastern Iranian ethnolinguistic group with populations primarily in Afghanistan and
northwestern Pakistan. The Pashtuns are typically c




Turi, Muslim … a people of Pakistan. Northwest Frontier Province, Kurram District. Language is Central Pashto
(pst). Religion is Islam (OMID). Turi, early in the 16th century some 60 families of a Hindki or Indian race called
Turi moved up from their earl




1,430 monolinguals
808 speakers in Alaska
15,000 speakers; Nunivak Island, Alaska Coast




Ethnologue 16th - Sokoto is a dialect of Fulfulde, Nigerian (fuv) … 340,000




Centuum … native to Nigeria, Bauchi state, Balanga LGA, Cham town, among Dijim (cfa). 200 (Crozier and
Blench 1992). Alt Name: Cen Tuum




Language: Cerma. Most use Jula as second language




Some still monolingual
Mimi … an ethnic group of approximately 35,000 people living in Wadai Province of Chad. They are closely
related to the Mimas of Sudan. They are scattered through more than sixty villages north of the city of Biltine.
The largest urban concentration of Mi




Chakma … a scheduled tribe of India, Tripura, Mizoram, Assam, Meghalaya and West Bengal, also in
Bangladesh, southeast, Chittagong Hills. In India, they speak Chakma (ccp) among themselves and Bengali
(ben), Hindi (hin) or Assamese (asm) with others. In B
Not related to Ron or Bokkos 114963, also called Chal, in Nigeria




A dialect name of CLD. Chaldean speakers in non-Uniate Nestorian Church (see Assyrian 100574). Main
Cahldean church is now uniate with Roman Catholic)




Region: Southern Dagestan … aka Camalal, Chamalin … Also use Avar (ava) or Russian. Avar is literary language.
Meghwar … a scheduled caste of India. Distributed in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh,
the term Meghwal is said to have been derived from the word Meghvaray which means to bring raing. The
Meghwal in Rajasthan are also known as Megh or M




5 speakers




Chamorro … an indigenous people of the Mariana Islands which includes the American territory of Guam and
the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Micronesia. Alt Names: Tjamoro
(Ethnologue 16).
Chantyal … a language of Nepal, Dhaulagiri zone, Myagdi District, Kali Gandaki River valley. Ethnic Changel also
in Baglung District. Ethnic population: 9,814 (2001 census). Chantyal (chx) speakers: 2,000 (Noonan 1997),
decreasing. Outsiders often regard




Chara … a people and language of Ethiopia. Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State
(SNNPR), Kafa and South Omo zones, both sides of Omo River. Alt Names: Ciara. Agriculturalists: small grain.
Traditional religion (Ethnologue 16). Not re




May only be in India




Chabakano Creole … a people of the Philippines. Zamboanga, Basilan, Kabasalan, Siay, Margosatubig, Ipil,
Malangas, Lapuyan, Buug, Tungawa, Alicia, Isabela, Lamitan, Maluso, Malamawi, Cotabato City, Mindanao;
Cavite, Ternate, and Ermita near Manila. The 19
26 monolinguals




Bache is the plural in their language. Ache is one.




Trade Language
Chepang … a people and language of Nepal, inner Terai; Narayani zone, Makwanpur, Chitawan, and South
Dhading districts; Gandaki zone, South Gorkha District. Alt Names: Tsepang. An official nationality of Nepal
(Ethnologue 16).




26,000 speakers; Oklahoma & North Carolina




1,721 speakers; Montana, Oklahoma




Agaria (Agharia) … a community of India: Madhya Pradesh and Orissa. The Agharia believe that their ancestors
fled from Agra and settled down in the Chhattisgarhi region. They speak Chhattisgarhi (hne) and use the
Devanagari script. Some of them can speak
Bargah … a small community of India. The Bargah are concentrated in Bilaspur and in the adjoining parts of
Raipur district in Madhya Pradesh. The Bargah community could be of mixed origin, Rajput and Ahir,
descending from Ahir families that served as pers
Bilingual in Spanish




Most speakers over 40; Oklahoma, few in L A, California




273 monolinguals




1,200 speakers
15 monolinguals




Buriat, China … native to China, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Hulun-Buyr District, near Russia (Siberia)
and Mongolia borders. 65,000 (1982 census). 47,000 New Bargu, 14,000 Old Bargu, 4,500 Buriat.




Chindwin Chin … a people and language of Myanmar. Kanpetlet, Yaw, Seidoutia, and Paletwa townships. Alt
Names: Chinbon Chin, Chinbon, Sho, Ütbü. Latin script. Buddhist (Ethnologue 16).
Quechua, Chincha … an indigenous people of Peru, northeast Chincha Province, Ica; northwest Castrovirreyna
Province, Huancavelica; southeast Yauyos Province, Lima. A highly differentiated linguistic area with many one-
village varieties (Ethnologue 16).




Amerindian Pidgin




Chipaya … a people and language of Bolivia, Department of Oruro, Province of Atahuallpa. Alt Names: Shipaya,
Xipaia, Puquina. he Shipaya (Xipaia, Chipaya) are a group of Amerindians who speak the only surviving Puquina
language in South America. For centu




4,000 speakers




Dakota, Montana; Canada; former Chippewa groups/dialects formerly reported in various Ojibwa language
groups




Rural people are predominantly monolingual




340 monolinguals
Chiripá




Chittagonian … a people and language of Bangladesh, Chittagong region. Alt Names: Bhatgaiyan Buli, Chatgaya,
Chittagonian Bengali. Dialects: Not inherently intelligible with Bengali (ben), although considered a
nonstandard Bengali dialect. Dialects form




Tharu, Chitwania … a people and language of Nepal, Narayani zone, Chitawan District; Lumbini zone,
Nawalparasi District. Also in India. Alt Names: Chitawan Tharu, Chituan Tharu, Nawalparasi Tharu. 228,000 in
Nepal (2001). 60,121 Chitwan, 92,779 Nawalparas




Matpa … a people of Bhutan, east, concentrated in the lower areas of Mongar District. Their two largest
villages are Tsamang and Tsakaling. A number of Matpa villages are also located withint the Lhuntse District
further to the north (JPL). 20,000 (Van Dr
9,211 speakers; Oklahoma - principall Southeastern




Chaudhari, Chodri … a community of India. Gujarat. They speak Chodri (cdi) or Gujarati (guj) and practice
Hinduism (OMID). A scheduled tribe of Gujarat. They speak Gujarati (guj) at home and with the other
communities in the region (POI Vol. IV, p. 657).




13,000 monolinguals




30,000 monolinguals
Related to Somray, but not identical.




Chonyi … a people and language of Kenya, Coast Province, Kilifi District. One of nine ethnic groups that form
the Mijikenda community. Christian, Muslim (Ethnologue 16).




older sources also included a separate entity for Tongas, speaking Tonga dialect of Chopi; not in current
sources.




50%-75% literate




Closely related to Cham. 25%-50% literate
Hmong Be … a people of China, northwestern Guizhou Province, Dafang County, Babao Township, Luzhai
Village. Chinese sources refer to them as Luzhai Mai (Hattaway 2000). The Hmong Be speak one of the many
dialects of the Chuanqiandian Miao Cluster (cqd) (E




Hmong Bua … a people of China, Yunnan Province, Weixin and Zhenxiong counties in northeastern Yunnan and
Jinping County in southeastern Yunnan. 20,000 speakers of the Hmong Bua language live in Lai Chau, Vietnam
(Hattaway 2000). Hmong Bua is one of the ma




Hmong Dlex Nchab … a people of China. They live in and around Tongchang Township in Jinping County,
Yunnan Province, close to China's border with Vietnam. The Chinese refer to this group as Qingshui Miao,
which corresponds to their autonym, Hmong Dlex Nch




Hmong Dou … a people of China, western Guizhou Province, Bijie County, Dananshan Village. Small numbers
also live in a few surrounding villages in Xiaoshao and Yanzikou townships. Some Hmong Dou have migrated to
the Daguan and Xiehe districts of Qianxi Co




Hua Miao … a people and language cluster of China, west Guizhou, west Guangxi, south Sichuan, Yunnan
(especially southeast and northeast). Alt Names: Chuanqiandian Miao, Chuanchientien Miao, Core Farwestern
Hmongic, Sichuan-Guizhou-Yunnan Miao, Western Mi
Chugpa Monpa … a Monpa group (see 113086) inhabiting the West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh,
India. They are named after the village Chug where they live. They speak the Cug (cvg) dialect of the Monpa
language (POI Vol. V, p. 2357). Alsu use Hindi




Chuj, San Mateo Ixtatan … a people and language of Guatemala. Central western Coatan River area, west
Huehuetenango Department (Ethnologue 16). Ixtatan Chuj (cnm) was retired and merged into Chuj (cac) on
2009-01-16 (SIL Change request 2008-050).
Nearly extinct




May … one of three dialects of Chug (scb), a language of Vietnam. Quang Binh Province, Thuong Hoa, Hoa Son,
Dan Hoa communes, near the Laos border at the same latitude as Mu Gia Pass. Also in Laos. Khammouan
Province, Bouarapha District, near Vietnam bord




Ruc … one of three dialects of Chug (scb), a language of Vietnam. Quang Binh Province, Thuong Hoa, Hoa Son,
Dan Hoa communes, near the Laos border at the same latitude as Mu Gia Pass. Also in Laos. Khammouan
Province, Bouarapha District, near Vietnam bord




Sach … one of three dialects of Chug (scb), a language of Vietnam. Quang Binh Province, Thuong Hoa, Hoa Son,
Dan Hoa communes, near the Laos border at the same latitude as Mu Gia Pass. Also in Laos. Khammouan
Province, Bouarapha District, near Vietnam bor
Cia-Cia is name generally used, though it is negative.
Kamuku … a people and language of Nigeria. Niger state, Chanchaga, Rafi, and Mariga LGAs; Kaduna state,
Birnin Gwari LGA. Language is Cinda-Regi-Tiyal (cdr). Dialects: Cinda (Ucinda, Jinda, Majinda, Tegina,
Makangara), Regi, Tiyal (Tiyar, Kuki). Lexical s
All speakers elderly; nearly extinct




Lela … a people of Nigeria, East Kebbi states, Zuru, Sakaba, and Donko-Wasagu LGAs; Niger state, Rijau LGA;
migrants south. 'Dakarkari' is the Hausa name for the people. 'Lela' is their own name for people and language.
Agriculturalists; blacksmiths; mat




Coastal Kadazan … a people and language of Malaysia (Sabah), west coast of Sabah, Penampang and Papar
districts. Alt Names: Kadazan Tangaa', Membakut Kadazan, Papar Kadazan, Penampang Kadazan (Ethnologue
16).
15 monolinguals




500 monolinguals




Cocamilla … live in the floodplain of the lower Huallaga River in northeastern Peru. Their language is a member
of the Tupi-Guarani family. They are closely related to the Cocama Indians (Olson 1991, p. 99).




Speakers in Peru bilingual in Spanish; only few elder speakers of Cocama-Cocamilla
6 monolinguals, but language use vigorous; Yuma, Arizona




Many bilingual in English




40 speakers; N Idaho
Speakers bilingual in Spanish




75 speakers; Colville Res. Washington




854 speakers; bilingual in English; Western Oklahoma
400 speakers




Con … native to Laos, Luang Namtha Province, southwest of Vieng Pou Kha. 1,000 (Wurm and Hattori 1981).




Coong … native to Vietnam, Lai Chau Province, Muong Te District, east of Sila, south of Mang. Not the same as
108015 which lists Coong as an alternate name for Phunoi (phu)




About 300 individuals; Southern Oregon coast
Limited bilingualism
Possibly 2 speakers; SW Washington




500 speakers




6,213 speakers; East Central Oklahoma, Southern Alabama, Florida.
4,280 speakers; S Montana




Kulina … an Arawa-speaking tribe of Amerindians who today live in far western Brazil. They call themselves the
Madija. They are concentrated in several villages on the Chandless River, at Manoel Urbano on the Purus River,
and to the west on the Acarau Riv
Cun … a people and language of China, Hainan Province, North Dongfang County, south bank of Changhua
River, north bank in Changjiang County. 80,000 (1999 J. Ouyang). Alt Names: Cun-Hua, Cunhua, Ngao Fon.
Classified as Han nationality. Agriculturalists; fi




9 speakers; S California




Kuripako … a subtribe of the Wakuenai, a group of Amerindians living today in the Vaupes drainage area of
northwestern Amazonia in Colombia and Venezuela, In Brazil and Vanezuela they are called Baniwa. Their self-
designation is "Kurrim." Most are bilingu




Pato Tapuia … a people of Colombia and Brazil. May all speak Tucano




National Language
143 monolinguals




Czech … a western Slavic people of Central Europe, living predominantly in the Czech Republic. Also in Austria,
Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Israel, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, United States. Alt Names:
Bohemian, Cestina. Christian (Ethnolog




Jew, Czech Speaking … an ethnoreligious group originating in the Israelites or Hebrews of the Ancient Near
East. The Jewish ethnicity, nationality, and religion are strongly interrelated. The Jewish diaspora resulted in
the formation of diverse Jewish com
Reshiat … a people of Ethiopia. Lower Omo River, along Lake Turkana. Also in Kenya. Eastern Province,
Marsabit District, Lake Turkana northeast shore, Illeret area. Alt Names: Daasanech, Dama, Dasenech,
Dathanaic, Dathanaik, Dathanik, Gallab, Galuba, Gela




Dabarre … a people and language of Somalia. Dhiinsoor District, May region. Alt Names: Af-Dabarre. Dialects:
Dabarre, Iroole (Af-Iroole). A very distinctive language in the Digil clan family. Dialects are clan names. Muslim
(Ethnologue 16).
May be Dagaaba Muslims




Dagbamba … a people and language of Ghana. Northeast Tamale area, as far as Yendi. Alt Names: Dagbani,
Dagbane, Dagomba. The people are called "Dagbamba' or 'Dagomba', the language 'Dagbanli' ('Dagbani' by
outsiders). Agriculturalists. Muslim, traditional




Sources disagree on whether this should be separate or part of Dagbamba 102372




Masakin … a people and language of Sudan. North, Kordofan Province, Nuba Mountains; Mesakin Hills, Reika
village. Alt Names: Buram, Dagig, Dengebu, Masakin, Masakin Dagig, Masakin Gusar, Reikha, Thakik, Dagik. Also
use Sudanese Arabic (apd). Latin script
Dai … native to Indonesia (Maluku), Dai Island, Sinairusi, Lewa, Hertuti villages, Sinairusi Kecil hamlet. 820
(2007 SIL).




Tulao … native to China, southeastern Yunnan Province, Xinhuilong and Luchaichong villages in Maguan
County. Also in Vietnam. Alt Name: Bu Dai. Bu Dai and Tuliao are Alt Names for the Zhuang, Dai (zhd)




Dai Zhuang … native to China, southeast Yunnan Province, Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture,
Wenshan, Yanshan, Guangnan counties. Also in Vietnam. 120,200 all countries (Ethnologue 16). Former sub-
group of Zhuang, Southern 114376 [Retired].
15,355 speakers; N Nebraska, S Minnesota, N & S dakota, NE Montana




Dakpakha … native to Bhutan, North Tashigang District, near Brokpake, in Chaleng,