List Of Unclassified Languages According To The Ethnologue
The following 73 languages are listed by the Ethnologue (16th edition) as unclassified languages, though in their descriptions some are identified with an established family, or have been retired as spurious. Since the 15th edition, several other unclassified languages were found to be related to known languages once better data was collected, and some, such as Amikoana and Miarrã, were found to be spurious and their ISO codes were retired. (See spurious languages.) Languages which went extinct before 1950 are the purview of Linguist List and are being gradually removed from Ethnologue; these are listed as an addendum to this page.
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... These languages went extinct before 1950 and their codes are not, or are no longer, maintained by SIL ... Maintenance of additional languages extinct before 1950 is being gradually shifted from SIL to Linguist List ... Africa Meroitic language America, North Adai language Aranama–Tamique language Beothuk language Cayuse language Solano language Timucua language America ...
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