Ethiopian languages

  1. Aari
  2. Afar (also in Eritrea and in Djibouti)
  3. Agaw
  4. Alaba
  5. Amharic (the official language; also spoken in Eritrea, Sudan and other countries)
  6. Anfillo
  7. Anuak (also in Sudan)
  8. Arbore
  9. Argobba
  10. Awngi, incl. dialect Kunfal
  11. Baiso
  12. Bambassi
  13. Basketo
  14. Bench
  15. Berta
  16. Boro, also called Shinasha
  17. Burji
  18. Bussa
  19. Chaha (Sebat Bet)
  20. Chara
  21. Daasanach (also in Kenya)
  22. Dime
  23. Dirasha
  24. Dizi
  25. Dorze
  26. Ezha
  27. Gafat (extinct)
  28. Gamo-Gofa-Dawro
  29. Ganza
  30. Gawwada
  31. Gayil
  32. Ge’ez (extinct, liturgical)
  33. Gedeo
  34. Goggot
  35. Gumer
  36. Gumuz
  37. Gura
  38. Gyeto
  39. Hadiyya
  40. Hamer-Banna
  41. Harari
  42. Hozo
  43. Indegen
  44. Iner
  45. Inor
  46. Kachama-Ganjule
  47. Kacipo-Balesi (also in Sudan)
  48. Kafa
  49. Kambaata
  50. Karo
  51. Komo
  52. Konso
  53. Koorete
  54. Kwama
  55. Kwegu
  56. Libido
  57. Majang
  58. Male
  59. Me’en
  60. Melo
  61. Mesmes (extinct)
  62. Mesqan
  63. Muher
  64. Murle (also in Sudan)
  65. Mursi language
  66. Nayi
  67. Nuer language (also in Sudan)
  68. Nyangatom
  69. Ongota (moribund; possibly Omotic or its own branch of Afro-Asiatic or not Afro-Asiatic at all)
  70. Opuuo
  71. Oromo (also in Kenya)
  72. Oyda
  73. Qimant
  74. Rer Bare (extinct, maybe Bantu)
  75. Saho (also in Eritrea)
  76. Seze
  77. Shabo
  78. Shekkacho
  79. Sheko
  80. Sidamo
  81. Siltie (Ulbareg, Inneqor)
  82. Soddo
  83. Somali (also in Somalia)
  84. Suri
  85. Tigre (also in Eritrea)
  86. Tigrinya (also in Eritrea)
  87. Tsamai
  88. Uduk (also in Sudan)
  89. Weyto (extinct)
  90. Wolane
  91. Wolaytta
  92. Xamtanga
  93. Yemsa
  94. Zay
  95. Zayse-Zergulla
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