Alb[anian]
Ar[abic]
Ar[amai]c
Arm[enian]
Av[estan]
Az[erbaijani]
T[urkish] Azer[baijani dialect of Kurdish]
Bulg[arian]
Fr[ench]
Geo[rgian]
Germ[an]
Gr[eek]
Hau[rami] (Gorani) (Spoken by the Kurds the)
Heb[rew]
I[ndo-]E[uropean]
Ind[o]-Ir[anian]
Ir[anian]
Itlalian]
K[urmanji Kurdish]
Lat[in]
Latv[ian] (=Lettish)
Lith[uanian]
Mod[ern] Gr[eek]
N[eo-]A[ramaic]
NENA = Northeastern Neo-Aramaic, term suggested by Robert Hoberman to refer to the
largest Neo-Aramaic dialect cluster, spoken by the Jews of Kurdistan and the Assyrians,
Nestorians, and Chaldeans.
O[ld] C[hurch] Slavonic]
O[ld] Ir[anian] (=Proto Iranian)
O[ld] P[ersian]
Oss[etic]
Pahl[avi] = Zoroastrian Parth[ian]
P[ersian]
P[roto] I[ndo] E[uropean]
Rus[sian]
S[ans]k[ri]t
S[erbo]-Cr[oat]
S[o]gd[ian]
Sor[ani] (Kurdish)
Sp[anish]
Syr[iac]
T[urkish]
Za[za] (Spoken by the Kurds)