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A.2 Rare Language Codes

For rarely used languages, the ISO 639-2 standard defines three-letter codes. Here is the current list, reduced to only living languages with at least one million of speakers.

ace
Achinese.
awa
Awadhi.
bal
Baluchi.
ban
Balinese.
bej
Beja; Bedawiyet.
bem
Bemba.
bho
Bhojpuri.
bik
Bikol.
bin
Bini; Edo.
bug
Buginese.
ceb
Cebuano.
din
Dinka.
doi
Dogri.
fil
Filipino; Pilipino.
fon
Fon.
gon
Gondi.
gsw
Swiss German; Alemannic; Alsatian.
hil
Hiligaynon.
hmn
Hmong.
ilo
Iloko.
kab
Kabyle.
kam
Kamba.
kbd
Kabardian.
kmb
Kimbundu.
kok
Konkani.
kru
Kurukh.
lua
Luba-Lulua.
luo
Luo (Kenya and Tanzania).
mad
Madurese.
mag
Magahi.
mai
Maithili.
mak
Makasar.
man
Mandingo.
men
Mende.
min
Minangkabau.
mni
Manipuri.
mos
Mossi.
mwr
Marwari.
nap
Neapolitan.
nso
Pedi; Sepedi; Northern Sotho.
nym
Nyamwezi.
nyn
Nyankole.
pag
Pangasinan.
pam
Pampanga; Kapampangan.
raj
Rajasthani.
sas
Sasak.
sat
Santali.
scn
Sicilian.
shn
Shan.
sid
Sidamo.
srr
Serer.
suk
Sukuma.
sus
Susu.
tem
Timne.
tiv
Tiv.
tum
Tumbuka.
umb
Umbundu.
wal
Walamo.
war
Waray.
yao
Yao.