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Most Common Languages in Eurovision Song Contest

Can you name the languages that appear at least twice in Eurovision Song Contest?
Please be specific with the Serbo-Croatian dialects and the German dialects (however, when Yugoslavia still existed, the language was called Serbo-Croatian)
Languages are counted when they are used in at least "an entire verse or chorus" of a song.
If there is any error, please feel free to comment down below!
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First Appearance
#
%
Countries
Language
1957
708
44.2%
United Kingdom(63), Ireland(43), Malta(31), Sweden(26), Germany(24), Norway(24), Netherlands(24), Belgium(20), Denmark(20), Iceland(19), Finland(19), Lithuania(19), Greece(18), Latvia(18), + 32 more
English
1956
182
11.4%
France(61), Luxembourg(36), Belgium(24), Switzerland(24), Monaco(24), Austria(2), Slovakia(2) + 9 more(1)
French
1956
97
6.0%
Germany(46), Austria(34), Switzerland(12), Poland(2), Denmark(1), Estonia(1), Ukraine(1)
German
1956
66
4.1%
Italy(46), Switzerland(11), Romania(3), San Marino(2), Croatia(1), Cyprus(1), Estonia(1), Latvia(1)
Italian
1961
66
4.1%
Spain(59), Poland(2), Romania(2), Austria(1), France(1), Moldova(1)
Spanish
1956
58
3.6%
Netherlands(39), Belgium(19)
Dutch
1964
51
3.2%
Portugal(51)
Portuguese
1974
51
3.2%
Greece(29), Cyprus(22)
Greek
1973
38
2.4%
Israel(37), Germany(1)
Hebrew
1958
36
2.2%
Sweden(34), Finland(2)
Swedish
1960
35
2.2%
Norway(35)
Norwegian
1961
34
2.1%
Finland(33), Estonia(1)
Finnish
1957
30
1.9%
Denmark(30)
Danish
1975
29
1.8%
Turkey(27), Germany(2)
Turkish
1961
22
1.4%
Yugoslavia(22)
Serbo-Croatian
1993
20
1.2%
Croatia(19), Bosnia and Herzegovina(1)
Croatian
1966
19
1.2%
Slovenia(15), Yugoslavia(4)
Slovene
1992
15
0.9%
Serbia(10), Bosnia and Herzegovina(2), Estonia(1), Serbia and Montenegro(1), Yugoslavia(1)
Serbian
1986
14
0.9%
Iceland(14)
Icelandic
1994
14
0.9%
Russia(7), Latvia(1), Lithuania(1), Poland(3), Romania(1), Ukraine(1)
Russian
1993
13
0.8%
Bosnia and Herzegovina(13)
Bosnian
1994
13
0.8%
Poland(13)
Polish
1994
11
0.7%
Hungary(11)
Hungarian
1998
11
0.7%
North Macedonia(11)
Macedonian
2006
9
0.6%
Albania(9)
Albanian
1994
8
0.5%
Romania(5), Moldova(3)
Romanian
1994
7
0.4%
Estonia(7)
Estonian
2005
7
0.4%
Montenegro(6), Serbia and Montenegro(1)
Montenegrin
2007
6
0.4%
Bulgaria(6)
Bulgarian
2004
6
0.4%
Andorra(6)
Catalan
1994
5
0.3%
Slovakia(5)
Slovak
2004
5
0.3%
Ukraine(4), Russia(1)
Ukrainian
2005
5
0.3%
Latvia(1), Poland(1), Lithuania(1), Serbia(1), France(1)
Sign language
2009
4
0.2%
Armenia(4)
Armenian
2018
3
0.2%
Georgia(3)
Georgian
1960
3
0.2%
Luxembourg(3)
Luxembourgish
2003
3
0.2%
Belgium(2), Netherlands(1)
Imaginary language
2011
2
0.1%
France(2)
Corsican
1994
2
0.1%
Lithuania(2)
Lithuanian
1971
2
0.1%
Malta(2)
Maltese
1980
2
0.1%
Israel(1), Morocco(1)
Arabic
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