Jezici Sudana

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36.900.000 stanovnika. 142 jezika, od toga 133 živa i 9 bez govornika (izumrli).[1]

  • Acheron jezik [acz]
  • Acholi jezik [ach] 45,000 in Sudan (2000).
  • Afitti jezik [aft] 4,510 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Aja jezik [aja] 200 (1993 SIL).
  • Aka jezik [soh] 300 (1989 Bender).
  • Ama jezik [nyi] 70,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Anuak jezik [anu] 52,000 in Sudan (1991 UBS).
  • Arapski standardni jezik [arb]
  • Arapski, sudanski kreolski [pga] 20,000 (1987).
  • Arapski sudanski jezik [apd] 15,000,000 in Sudan (1991).
  • Avokaya jezik [avu] 40,000 in Sudan (2002).
  • Bai jezik [bdj] 2,500 (Welmers 1971).
  • Baka [bdh] 25,000 in Sudan (1993 UBS).
  • Banda, Mid-Southern [bjo]
  • Banda, Togbo-Vara [tor]
  • Banda, zapadni centralni, jezik [bbp] 3,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).
  • Banda-Banda [bpd]
  • Banda-Mbrès [bqk]
  • Banda-Ndélé jezik [bfl]
  • Bari jezik [bfa] 420,000 in Sudan (2000).
  • Baygo [byg] Ethnic population: 850 (1978 GR).
  • Bedawiyet jezik [bej] 951,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).
  • Belanda Bor [bxb] 8,000 (1983 SIL).
  • Belanda Viri [bvi] 16,000 (Welmers 1971).
  • Beli [blm] 6,600 (1982 SIL).
  • Berta jezik [wti] 22,000 in Sudan.
  • Berti [byt]
  • Birked [brk]
  • Boguru [bqu] 490
  • Bongo [bot] 10,100 (2000).
  • Burun jezik [bdi] 18,000 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Dagik jezik [dec] 38,000 including Ngile speakers (1982 SIL).
  • Dair [drb] 1,000 (1978 GR).
  • Daju, Dar Fur [daj] 80,000 (2007 SIL).
  • Daju, Dar Sila [dau]
  • Didinga [did] 60,000 (2007).
  • Dilling [dil] 5,300 (1984 R. Stevenson),
  • Dinka [din] A macrolanguage.
  • Dinka, Northeastern [dip] 320,000 (1986 UBS).
  • Dinka, Northwestern [diw] 80,000 (1986).
  • Dinka, South Central [dib] 250,000.
  • Dinka, Southeastern [dks] 250,000 in Sudan.
  • Dinka, Southwestern [dik] 450,000 (1982 UBS).
  • Domari [rmt]
  • Dongotono jezik [ddd] 1,000.
  • El Hugeirat [elh] 50 (2007 SIL),
  • Feroge [fer] 8,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Fulfulde, Adamawa, jezik [fub] 90,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).
  • Fur [fvr] 500,000 in Sudan (1983 Bender).
  • Gaam [tbi] 67,200 (2000).
  • Gbaya jezik [krs] 16,000 in Sudan (1987 SIL).
  • Ghulfan [ghl] 16,000 (1984 R. Stevenson),
  • Gula [kcm] 1,100 in Sudan (1987 SIL).
  • Gule [gly] Ethnic population: 1,000 (1983 Bender).
  • Gumuz jezik [guk] 40,000 in Sudan.
  • Hausa jezik [hau] 80,000 in Sudan (2007).
  • Heiban [hbn] 4,410 (1984).
  • Homa [hom]
  • Indri [idr] 700.
  • Jumjum jezik [jum] 25,000 (1987).
  • Jur Modo jezik [bex] 100,000 (2004 SIL).
  • Kacipo-Balesi [koe] 10,000 in Sudan (2003).
  • Kadaru [kdu] 7,000.
  • Kakwa [keo] 40,000 in Sudan (1978 SIL).
  • Kanga [kcp] 8,000 (1989).
  • Kanuri, Central [knc]
  • Karko [kko] 13,000 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Katcha-kadugli-miri jezik [xtc] 75,000 (2004 SIL).
  • Katla [kcr] 14,200 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Keiga [kec] 6,070 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Keliko jezik [kbo] 10,000 in Sudan (1998 SIL).
  • Kelo [xel] 200.
  • Kenuzi-Dongola [kzh] 180,000 in Sudan (1996).
  • Ko jezik [fuj] 2,680 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Koalib jezik [kib] 44,300 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Komo jezik [xom] 10,000 in Sudan (1979 James).
  • Krongo [kgo] 21,700 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Lafofa jezik [laf] 600 (2000 M. Brenzinger).
  • Lango [lno] 38,000 (2007).
  • Laro [lro] 40,000 (1998 local).
  • Logol jezik [lof] 2,600.
  • Logorik [liu] 2,000 (Welmers 1971).
  • Lokoya [lky] 12,400.
  • Lopit [lpx] 50,000 (1995 S. Randal).
  • Lumun [lmd] 45,000 (1980).
  • Luwo [lwo] 80,000 (1983 census).
  • Mabaan jezik [mfz]
  • Ma’di [mhi] 18,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).
  • Mandari [mqu]
  • Mangayat [myj] 400 (1987 SIL).
  • Masalit [mls]
  • Midob [mei] 50,000 (1993 R. Werner).
  • Mittu [mwu]
  • Mo’da [gbn] 600 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Molo [zmo] 100 (1988 M. Bender).
  • Moro [mor] 30,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Morokodo [mgc] 3,400 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Moru [mgd] 70,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Mündü [muh] 23,000 in Sudan.
  • Murle [mur] 60,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).
  • Narim [loh] 3,620 (1983 Fukui).
  • Nding [eli]
  • Ndogo [ndz]
  • Ngile [jle] 38,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Njalgulgule [njl] 900 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Nobiin [fia] 295,000 in Sudan (1996).
  • Nuer [nus] 740,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).
  • Nyamusa-Molo [nwm] 1,200 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Olu’bo [lul] 15,000 (1985 SIL).
  • Opuuo jezik [lgn]
  • Otoro [otr] 10,000 (2001).
  • Otuho jezik [lot] 135,000 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Päri [lkr] 28,000 (1987 SIL).
  • Reel [atu] 50,000 (1998).
  • Shatt [shj] 15,000 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Shilluk [shk] 175,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Shwai [shw] 3,500 (1989).
  • Sinyar [sys]
  • Suri [suq] 1,000 in Sudan (1983 SIL).
  • Tagoi [tag] 13,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Talodi [tlo] 1,500 (1989).
  • Tama [tma] 5,000 in Sudan (1970).
  • Tegali [ras] 35,700 (1984 R. Stevenson).
  • Temein [teq] 13,000 (2006).
  • Tennet [tex] 4,000 (1994 SIL).
  • Tese [keg] 1,400 (Welmers 1971).
  • Thuri [thu] 6,600 (Tucker and Bryan 1956).
  • Tigré jezik [tig]
  • Tima [tms]
  • Tingal [tie] 8,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Tira [tic] 40,000 (1982 SIL).
  • Tocho [taz] 3,800 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Togoyo [tgy]
  • Toposa [toq] 100,000 (2000 M. Schroeder).
  • Torona [tqr]
  • Tulishi [tey] 8,630 (Voegelin and Voegelin 1977).
  • Tumtum jezik [tbr] 7,300.
  • Uduk jezik [udu]
  • Wali [wll] 9,000 (2007).
  • Warnang jezik [wrn] 1,100 (1956 census).
  • Yulu [yul] 3,000 in Sudan (1987 SIL).
  • Zaghawa jezik [zag] 75,000 in Sudan (2000 SIL).
  • Zande [zne] 350,000 in Sudan (1982 SIL).

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