Languages Codes (iso 639-1)

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CODELanguage Name
AA – Afar
AB – Abkhazian
AE – Avestan
AF – Afrikaans
AK – Akan
AM – Amharic
AN – Aragonese
AR – Arabic
AS – Assamese
AV – Avaric
AY – Aymara
AZ – Azerbaijani
BA – Bashkir
BE – Belarusian
BG – Bulgarian
BH – Bihari
BI – Bislama
BM – Bambara
BN – Bengali
BO – Tibetan
BR – Breton
BS – Bosnian
CA – Valencian
CE – Chechen
CH – Chamorro
CO – Corsican
CR – Cree
CS – Czech
CU – Church Slavic, Old Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian, Old Church Slavonic
CV – Chuvash
CY – Welsh
DA – Danish
DE – German
DV – Divehi, Dhivehi, Maldivian
DZ – Dzongkha
EE – Ewe
EL – Modern Greek
EN – English
EO – Esperanto
ES – Spanish, Castilian
ET – Estonian
EU – Basque
FA – Persian
FF – Fulah
FI – Finnish
FJ – Fijian
FO – Faroese
FR – French
FY – Western Frisian
GA – Irish
GD – Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic
GL – Galician
GN – Guaraní
GU – Gujarati
GV – Manx
HA – Hausa
HE – Modern Hebrew
HI – Hindi
HO – Hiri Motu
HR – Croatian
HT – Haitian, Haitian Creole
HU – Hungarian
HY – Armenian
HZ – Herero
IA – Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)
ID – Indonesian
IE – Interlingue, Occidental
IG – Igbo
II – Sichuan Yi, Nuosu
IK – Inupiaq
IO – Ido
IS – Icelandic
IT – Italian
IU – Inuktitut
JA – Japanese
JV – Javanese
KA – Georgian
KG – Kongo
KI – Kikuyu, Gikuyu
KJ – Kwanyama, Kuanyama
KK – Kazakh
KL – Kalaallisut, Greenlandic
KM – Central Khmer
KN – Kannada
KO- Korean
KR – Kanuri
KS – Kashmiri
KU – Kurdish
KV – Komi
KW – Cornish
KY – Kirghiz, Kyrgyz
LA – Latin
LB – Luxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
LG – Ganda
LI – Limburgish, Limburgan, Limburger
LN – Lingala
LO – Lao
LT – Lithuanian
LU – Luba-Katanga
LV – Latvian
MG – Malagasy
MH – Marshallese
MI – Māori
MK / SL – Macedonian
ML – Malayalam
MN – Mongolian
MO – Moldavian
MR – Marathi
MS – Malay
MT – Maltese
MY – Burmese
NA – Nauru
NB – Norwegian Bokmål
ND – North Ndebele
NE – Nepali
NG – Ndonga
NL – Dutch, Flemish
NN – Norwegian Nynorsk
NO – Norwegian
NR – South Ndebele
NV – Navajo, Navaho
NY – Chichewa, Chewa, Nyanja
OC – Occitan (after 1500)
OJ – Ojibwa
OM – Oromo
OR – Oriya
OS – Ossetian, Ossetic
PA – Panjabi, Punjabi
PI – Pāli
PL – Polish
PS – Pashto, Pushto
PT – Portuguese
QU – Quechua
RM – Romansh
RN – Rundi
RO – Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan
RU – Russian
RW – Kinyarwanda
SA – Sanskrit
SC – Sardinian
SD – Sindhi
SE – Northern Sami
SG – Sango
SH – Serbo-Croatian
SI – Sinhala, Sinhalese
SK – Slovak
SL – Slovene
SM – Samoan
SN – Shona
SO – Somali
SQ – Albanian
SR – Serbian
SS – Swati
ST – Southern Sotho
SU – Sundanese
SV – Swedish
SW – Swahili
TA – Tamil
TE – Telugu
TG – Tajik
TH – Thai
TI – Tigrinya
TK – Turkmen
TL – Tagalog
TN – Tswana
TO – Tonga (Tonga Islands)
TR – Turkish
TS – Tsonga
TT – Tatar
TW – Twi
TY – Tahitian
UG – Uighur, Uyghur
UK – Ukrainian
UR – Urdu
UZ – Uzbek
VE – Venda
VI – Vietnamese
VO – Volapük
WA – Walloon
WO – Wolof
XH – Xhosa
YI – Yiddish
YO – Yoruba
ZA – Zhuang, Chuang
ZH – Chinese
ZU – Zulu

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