Languages

Extinct

Extinct is one of the endangerment levels in language use.

An extinct language is a language that no longer has any speakers.

Extinct Languages in WikiVerb

A
Aequian
African Romance
Ainu
Akkadian
Aramaic, Ancient
Avestan
C
Chud
Chud Zavolotskaya
Classical Greek
Coptic
D
Dalmatian
Delaware, Pidgin
E
Early Contemporary Swedish
Early Modern Danish
Early Proto-Finnic
Egyptian, Ancient
Elamite
Etruscan
F
Faliscan
Finglish
Finnish, Forest Finns
G
Galatian
Galindian, Eastern
Gaulish
Ge'ez
Gothic
Guanche
H
Hittite
I
Italo-Celtic
J
Judaeo-Catalan
Judeo-Alsatian
Judeo-French
Judeo-Portuguese
Judeo-Slavic
Judeo-Provençal
K
Kamas
Kannada, Ancient
Kannada, Medieval
Kayla
Kott
L
Late Old Japanese
Late Proto-Finnic
Lepontic
Ligurian
Lingua franca
Lycian
Lydian
M
Mangala
Marrucinian
Marsian
Merya
Meshcherian
Messapic
Middle Breton
Middle Dutch
Middle English
Middle Frisian
Middle High German
Middle Japanese
Middle Swedish, Newer
Mozarabic
Muromian
N
Negerhollands
Noric
Norn
NorthPicene
O
Old Danish
Old Dutch
Old English
Old Finnish
Old Frankish
Old French
Old Frisian
Old Gutnish
Old High German
Old Irish
Old Japanese
Old Latin
Old Norse
Old Nubian
Old Persian
Old Prussian
Old Saxon
Old Spanish
Old Swedish, Newer
Ona
Oscan
P
Paelignian
Pali
Phoenician
Phrygian
Pictish
Polabian
Proto-Austronesian
Proto-Germanic, Eastern
Proto-Germanic, Northwest
Proto-Greek
Proto-Indo-European
Proto-Italic
Proto-Norse
Proto-Romanian
Proto-Sami
Proto-Uralic
Punic
R
Raetic
Runic Swedish
Russenorsk
S
Sabaean
Sabine
Scanian, Older
South Picene
Sudovian
Swedish, Finland, Older
T
Thamudic
U
Umbrian
Unami
V
Venetic
Vestinian
Volscian
Vulgar Latin
Vulgar Latin (Eastern)
X
|Xam
Y
Yola
Yugh
Z
Zarz

Extinct Languages

This list contains the extinct languages listed by UNESCO.

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