Statistics About The Least Common Languages

The least common languages in the world make up a small percentage of the total number of languages spoken, with many facing the risk of extinction due to low usage and lack of support.

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"The least spoken language in the world is "Ter Sami". It is currently spoken by only 10 people in the world."

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"In Andaman Islands, a place called Strait Island, there is a native language called "Great Andamanese" which only has approximately 51 speakers left."

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""Kusunda language" used in Nepal has only one speaker left according to the 2011 census."

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"The "Võro language", a language native to South-Eastern Estonia, has approximately 75,000 speakers left."

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""Grenadian Creole English" spoken in Grenada has about 89,000 speakers remaining."

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""Istro-Romanian" language is spoken in Croatia by approximately 120-600 people."

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""Guernésiais language", spoken on the island Guernsey, has around 1,327 speakers remaining globally."

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""Ayapaneco language" in Mexico has only two known speakers remaining."

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""Pazeh language", an Austronesian language in Taiwan, reported zero fluent speakers remaining in 2010."

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"The "Manx language", once widely spoken on the Isle of Man, now has an estimated 50 speakers remaining."

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"The "Yuchi language", native to the southeastern United States, has around 12 fluent speakers."

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""Tanema" language in Solomon Islands reportedly has 3 speakers left."

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"The "Dumi language" in Nepal reportedly has about 8 speakers left."

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""Ubykh language" which was spoken along Turkey’s Black Sea coast, went out of existence in 1992."

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""Ghomálá'", a language in Cameroon, only has 200 speakers left."

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"The "Mlahsô language", spoken in Turkey and Syria, had only one known speaker left in 2008."

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""Kaixana" language in Brazil reportedly has 1 speaker left."

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"The "Tunica language", native to Louisiana had the last known native speaker die in 1948."

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