Languages of Eurovision

Simply list all of the languages that have ever been used in Eurovision Song Contest entrant songs.
Includes any language that has been even partly used in a song.
Includes a few dialects which are listed as the registered language for that song in the official competition catalogue.
Hint: Includes a few non-European languages and three 'imaginary' languages!
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Last updated: January 10, 2019
First submittedFebruary 13, 2016
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Dutch
German
French
Italian
English
Danish
Swedish
Luxembourgish
Norwegian
Spanish
Finnish
Serbian
Croatian
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Portuguese
Bosnian
Slovene
Viennese
Maltese
Irish
Hebrew
Greek
Turkish
Arabic
Icelandic
Romansh
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Neapolitan
Antillean Creole
Corsican
Estonian
Romanian
Slovak
Lithuanian
Hungarian
Russian
Polish
Ancient Greek
Vorarlbergish
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Breton
Macedonian
Samogitian
Sanomi
Latvian
Catalan
Ukrainian
Võro
Montenegrin
Albanian
Amambanda
Tahitian
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Bulgarian
Czech
Armenian
O Julissi
Romani
Swahili
American Sign Language
Udmurt
Azeri
Georgian
Pontic Greek
Crimean Tatar
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Level 43
Feb 13, 2016
Nice quiz, but the alphabetic order would be appreciated.
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Level 71
Feb 13, 2016
Hi there. They look like they've been arranged haphazardly, but actually they are in the order of when they first appeared in contest history (top to bottom, from left to right). I felt that was most apropos, but I could change it to alphabetical if people prefer. Glad you enjoyed the quiz.
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Level 68
Jul 27, 2016
This way is much better
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Level 69
Jun 24, 2016
According to Wikipedia, the Styrian and Mühlviertlerisch dialects have also been used. You also need to update with Pontic Greek and Crimean Tatar. :)
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Level 23
Jan 10, 2019
Crimean Tatar is missing.
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Level 32
Dec 9, 2021
Knowing 'That's Eurovision' by heart is quite useful in this case. I noticed I missed a few languages that are in the song, but not in this quiz. So I found a Wikipedia that listed every single language in chronological order. Perhaps you could include them.😅

Phrases (since phrases in other languages are included)

Spanish should be moved to after English

Russian should be moved to after Slovene

Northern Sami

Sing language should be moved to after Võro

Andalusian Spanish

Italo-Dalmatian

Karelian

Sanskrit

Japanese

Torlakian

Abkhaz

Amharic

Sranan Tongo

‘Full’ songs

Serbo-Croatian (meaning separate languages have to be moved to after Antillean Creole)

Finland Swedish

Styrian

Corsican

Gheg Albanian

Mühlviertlerisch

Chakavian

Belarusian

Titles (all tough it is a bit of a stretch)

Sami

Latin

Other changes

Imaginary is technically the same (not per title)

Multiple sign languages have been used but no ASL

link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_in_the_Eurovision_Song_Contes

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Level 23
May 3, 2022
Belarusian is missing, was used in 2017, and quiz said it was updated in 2019