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Table 1 Languages in the Bible Corpus

From: A massively parallel corpus: the Bible in 100 languages

Achuar-Shiwiar Gaelic (Scottish) Polish
Afrikaans Galela Portuguese
Aguaruna German Potawatomi
Akawaio Greek Q’eqchi’
Albanian Gujarati Quichua
Amharic Haitian Creole Romani
Amuzgo Hebrew Romanian
Arabic Hindi Russian
Armenian Hungarian Serbian
Aukan Icelandic Shuar (Jivaro)
Barasana-Eduria Indonesian Slovak
Basque Italian Slovene
Bulgarian Jakalteko Somali
Cabécar Japanese Spanish
Cakchiquel K’iche’ Swahili
Campa (Asháninka) Kabyle Swedish
Camsá Kannada Syriac
Cebuano Korean Tachelhit
Chamorro Latin Tagalog
Cherokee Latvian Tamajaq (Tuareg)
Chinantec (Quiotepec) Lithuanian Telugu
Chinese Lukpa Thai
Coptic Malagasy Turkish
Croatian Malayalam Ukranian
Czech Mam Uma
Danish Manx Uspanteco
Dinka Maori Vietnamese
English Marathi Wolaytta
Esperanto Myanmar (Burmese) Wolof
Estonian Nahuatl (Tetelcingo) Xhosa
Ewe Nepali Zarma
Farsi (Persian) Norwegian Zulu
Finnish Ojibwa  
French Paite (Chin)  
  1. The languages containing the full Bible text are in bold. Most of the remaining languages contain the New Testament part of the Bible only (languages marked with  contain smaller parts)