Languages of Europe

According to Wikipedia.
Excluding some lesser known languages that could be considered dialects.
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Baltic
Latvian
Lithuanian
Celtic
Breton
Cornish
Irish
Manx
Scottish Gaelic
Welsh
Germanic
Danish
Dutch
English
Faroese
Frisian
German
Icelandic
Luxembourgish
Norwegian
Swedish
Yiddish
Iranian
Ossetian
Romani
Romance
Aragonese
Asturian
Catalan
Corsican
Emilian-Romagnol
Franco-Provençal
French
Friulian
Galician
Italian
Ladin
Leonese
Mirandese
Neapolitan
Occitan
Picard
Piedmontese
Portuguese
Romanian
Romansh
Sardinian
Sicilian
Spanish
Venetian
Walloon
Slavic
Belarusian
Bosnian
Bulgarian
Croatian
Czech
Kashubian
Lower Sorbian
Macedonian
Montenegrin
Polish
Russian
Serbian
Slovak
Slovene
Ukrainian
Upper Sorbian
Uralic
Estonian
Finnish
Hungarian
Sami
Other
Albanian
Basque
Greek
Maltese
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Feb 10, 2017
Latin, used in Vatican City.