List of Wikipedias
Wikipedia edition codes[change | change source]
Each Wikipedia has a code, which is used as a subdomain below wikipedia.org. Interlanguage links are sorted by that code.
One code is not a language code ('be-x-old') but refers to a specific orthography.
Some deviations include:
|WP code||WP edition name||ISO 639 code for this language||Notes|
|sq||Albanian||'sq' is the ISO code for the Albanian macrolanguage, which includes four individual languages.|
|als||Alemannic||'gsw' for Swiss German, Alemannic German, and Alsatian; 'gct' for Colonia Tovar dialect; 'swg' for Swabian German, and 'wae' for Walser German||'als' is actually the ISO code for Tosk Albanian.|
|roa-rup||Aromanian||rup||'roa' is the ISO code for Romance (Other).|
|map-bms||Banyumasan||'map' is the ISO code for Austronesian (Other).|
|nds-nl||Dutch Low Saxon||The Low Saxon dialects in the Netherlands have their own ISO codes.||In ISO, nds is 'Low Saxon', restricted to Germany in Ethnologue.|
|bh||Bihari||ISO collective code 'bih' is a macrolanguage which includes Bhojpuri (bho), Maithili (mai), Magahi (mag) and nine others.||Bihari Wikipedia excludes Maithili (mai) and Fiji Hindi (hif) which exist as independent Wikipedias.|
|ms||Malay||ISO collective code 'ms' is a macrolanguage that includes more than 30 individual languages and dialects. However, the wiki excludes Indonesian because Indonesian Wikipedia (id) exists independently.|
|no||Norwegian Bokmål||nb, nob||ISO uses no for Norwegian in general. (Norwegian Nynorsk is at 'nn' in both ISO and Wikipedia.)|
|ksh||Ripuarian||none||ISO ksh is for the Kölsch language, the most prominent dialect of the Ripuarian language group. The other variants (e.g. the Aachen dialect) do not have ISO codes.|
|bat-smg||Samogitian||sgs||'bat' is the ISO code for Baltic (Other).|
|roa-tara||Tarantino||none||'roa' is the ISO code for Romance (Other).|
|cbk-zam||Zamboanga Chavacano||none||ISO cbk is for the Chavacano language. The individual variants do not have ISO codes.|
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Size is given in decadic logarithm of number of articles. '6' means more than 1 000 000, '5' more than 100 000, '4' more than 10 000.
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