Pages in category "Languages of Saudi Arabia" The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
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Subcategories. This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total. A Arabic language (115 c, 12 e) Arabic language (115 c, 12 e)
The Rohingya language is a language that is spoken by approximately 1 million in Arakan, Half a million in Makkah, Jeddah, and Madinah of Saudi Arabia, 300,000 in Karachi and Pakistan, 200,000 in Cox's Bazaar District of Bangladesh, 30,000 in Malaysia, and others in Thailand, UAE and India. It has many alternate names, including: Rohinga, Rohinja, Ruaingga, Arakani, and Arakanese. The Rohingya language is related to the Bengali language. The Rohingya language uses a lot of words from other langu
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Arabic and its different dialects are spoken by around 422 million speakers (native and non-native) in the Arab world as well as in the Arab diaspora making it one of the five most spoken languages in the world. Currently, 22 countries are member states of the Arab League (as well as 5 countries were granted an observer status) which was founded in Cairo in 1945. Arabic is classified as a ...
Jul 22, 2017 · Subcategories. This category has the following 55 subcategories, out of 55 total. A Languages of Afghanistan (36 c, 0 e) Languages of Afghanistan (36 c, 0 e) Languages of the ancient Near East (6 c, 0 e)
This category deals with languages spoken on the territory of Iran.For the linguistic family of the Iranian languages, a sub-branch of the Indo-European languages, see Iranian languages
Category: Languages and countries. Lets list down the language names and any one country where it is spoken in alphabetical order. If you can post a picture representing the script of the language, that would be GREAT but not mandatory. Click on Newest before answering! My answer is Arabic /Saudi Arabia