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There are 95 languages whose standard name begins with F. Click on the column headings to sort the list.
ISO Code Name Is mainly used in Alternate Names
fab Fa d'Ambu Equatorial Guinea Annobonense, Annobonese, Annobonés
faf Fagani Solomon Islands Faghani
uve Fagauvea New Caledonia Faga Uvea, Faga-Uvea, West Uvean
faj Faita Papua New Guinea Faita
fai Faiwol Papua New Guinea Angkiyakmin, Faiwolmin, Fegolmin, Wokeimin
fax Fala Spain A Fala de Xálima, A Fala do Xãlima, Galaico-Extremaduran, Nosa Fala ("Chapurreáu")
flm Falam Chin    
fli Fali Nigeria Fali of Mubi, Fali of Muchella, Vimtim, Yimtim
fah Fali, Baissa Nigeria  
fll Fali, North Cameroon  
fal Fali, South Cameroon  
xfa Faliscan    
fam Fam Nigeria  
fng Fanagalo South Africa Basic Zulu, Fanagoloi, Isilololo, Isipiki, Lololo, Piki, Silunguboi, Chikabanga ("Fanagalo", "Fanakalo", "Fanekolo", "Isikula")
bjp Fanamaket Papua New Guinea Maket, Tangga
fnb Fanbak Vanuatu Orkon
fak Fang (Cameroon) Cameroon Benjube Fenga, Pamoué, Pangwe
fan Fang (Equatorial Guinea) Equatorial Guinea Pahouin, Pamue, Pangwe
fni Fania Chad Fagnia, Fana, Fanian, Fanya, Fanyan, Kobe, Mana
fat Fanti    
gur Farefare Ghana Farefare, Frafra, Gurenne, Gurne, Nankani, Ninkarsé, Gurene, Gurune, Ninkare, Talensi
fao Faroese Faroe Islands Faeroese, Føroyskt
faz Fars, Northwestern Iran  
fay Fars, Southwestern Iran ("Tajik")
fqs Fas Papua New Guinea Bembi, Momu
faa Fasu Papua New Guinea Namome
far Fataleka Solomon Islands  
ddg Fataluku East Timor Dagada, Dagaga, Dagoda’
fau Fayu Indonesia Iyarike, Sefoiri, Sehudate, Tearu, Tikere
fmp Fe'fe' Cameroon Bafang, Bamileke-Fe’fe’, Fe’efe’e, Feefee, Fefe, Fotouni, Nufi
pdn Fedan Indonesia Fandanus, Podena
agl Fembe Papua New Guinea Agala, Sinale
fer Feroge South Sudan Feroghe, Ferroge, Kalige, Kaligi, Kalike, Kaliki
fij Fijian Fiji Boumaa Fijian, Eastern Fijian, Fiji, Nadroga, Standard Fijian
wyy Fijian, Western Fiji Fiji, Nadrogaa
fil Filipino Philippines Wikang Filipino
bkb Finallig   Eastern Bontoc, Kadaklan-Barlig Bontoc, Southern Bontoc
fss Finland-Swedish Sign Language Finland FinSSL, Finlandssvenskt Teckenspråk, SRVK, Suomenruotsalainen Viittomakieli
fin Finnish Finland Suomi, Finska
fse Finnish Sign Language Finland FinSL, SVK, Suomalainen viittomakieli, Viittomakieli
fkv Finnish, Kven Norway Kven, North Finnish
fit Finnish, Tornedalen Sweden Meänkieli, North Finnish, Torne Valley Finnish, Tornedalsfinska
fag Finongan Papua New Guinea Finungwa, Finungwan
fip Fipa Tanzania Cifipa, Fiba, Ichifipa, Icifipa, Kifipa
fir Firan Nigeria Faran, Foron, Kwakwi, Yes Firan
fiw Fiwaga Papua New Guinea Fimaga, Fiwage
fly Flaaitaal South Africa Flaai Taal, Fly Taal, Tsotsitaal
vgt Flemish Sign Language Belgium VGT, Vlaamse Gebarentaal
fln Flinders Island Australia Yalgawarra
flh Foau Indonesia Abawiri, Doa, Fuau
foi Foi Papua New Guinea Foe, Mubi River
ffi Foia Foia Papua New Guinea Foiafoia, Foyafoya
ppo Folopa Papua New Guinea Foraba, Podoba, Podopa, Polopa
fom Foma Democratic Republic of the Congo Fuma, Lifoma, Pseudo-Bambole
fon Fon Benin Dahomeen, Fongbe, Djedji, Fo, Fogbe, Fon-Gbe, Fonnu
fgr Fongoro Chad Gele, Kole
fod Foodo Benin  
frq Forak Papua New Guinea  
frd Fordata Indonesia Larat, Vai Fordata, Vai Sera-Larat-Fordata, Vai Tnebar, Vaidida
for Fore Papua New Guinea  
myq Forest Maninka    
frt Fortsenal Vanuatu Kiai
frk Frankish   Fränkisch, Old Frankish
fra French France Francès, Français, Frans, Französisch, Francese, Francés, Barang, Frantsay
sfb French Belgian Sign Language Belgium LSBF, LSFB, Langue des signes belge francophone, Langue des signes de Belgique Francophone
fsl French Sign Language France LSF, Langue des signes française
frc French, Cajun United States Acadian, Cadien, Cajan, Cajun, Louisiana French
frm French, Middle (ca. 1400-1600)    
fro French, Old (842-ca. 1400)    
frs Frisian, Eastern Germany Ostfriesisch, Ostfriesisch-Niederdeutsch
frr Frisian, Northern Germany Nordfriesisch
ofs Frisian, Old    
fry Frisian, Western Netherlands Fries, Frysk, Fryske taal, Westlauwers Fries
fur Friulian Italy Frioulan, Frioulian, Friulano, Furlan, Priulian
ful Fulah Senegal  
fub Fulfulde, Adamawa Cameroon Adamawa Fulani, Boulbe, Domona, Dzemay, Eastern Fulani, Foulfoulde, Ful, Fula, Fulata, Fulbe, Fulfulde, Mbororo, Palata, Peul, Peulh, Eastern Fulfulde, Fillanci, Fulani, Fulatanchi, Fellata, Biira, Fula Fulbe, Nagapelta, Paldena, Paldida, Pelta Hay, Pladina, Pule, Pullo, Sanyo, Taareyo, Zaakosa, Zemay
fui Fulfulde, Bagirmi Chad Baghirmi Peul, Bagirmi Fula
fue Fulfulde, Borgu Benin Benin-Togo Fulfulde, Fulbe-Borgu, Peul, Peulh, Fulani
fuq Fulfulde, Central-Eastern Niger Niger Fula, Fulani, Fulbe, Peul, Peulh
ffm Fulfulde, Maasina Mali Fulbe, Maacina, Peul, Fulani, Macina, Toucouleur
fuv Fulfulde, Nigerian Nigeria Fulbe, Fulfulde, Peul
fuh Fulfulde, Western Niger Niger Fulfulde, Peul, Peulh, Western Niger Fulfulde, Fula, Fulani, Fulbe, Gorgal Fulfulde, Northeastern Burkina Faso Fulfulde
flr Fuliiru Democratic Republic of the Congo Fulero, Fuliiro, Fuliru, Kifulero, Kifuliiru
fun Fulniô Brazil Carnijó, Fornió, Fulniô, Furniô, Yatê
fum Fum Nigeria  
ula Fungwa Nigeria Afungwa, Tufungwa, Ula, Ura
fvr Fur Sudan Dala, For, Fora, Fordunga, Forok, Forta, Furakang, Furawi, Kadirgi, Konjara, Korra, Kungara, Kurka, Lali, Onage, Yerge, Four, Kondjara
fuu Furu Democratic Republic of the Congo Bagero, Bagiro, Baguero, Baguiro
fud Futuna, East Wallis and Futuna Futunian, East Futunan, Futunan
fut Futuna-Aniwa Vanuatu Erronan, West Futuna-Aniwa
fuy Fuyug Papua New Guinea Fuyuge, Fuyughe, Mafulu
fwa Fwâi New Caledonia Fûai, Poai, Yehen, Yengen
fwe Fwe Namibia  
pym Fyam Nigeria Fem, Fyem, Genawa, Gyem, Gyema, Paiem, Pem, Pyem
fie Fyer Nigeria Fier

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