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Languages Only Official in One Country

Each of these languages holds official status in only one country. Can you name these countries?
Some languages hold de facto statuses in other countries, but this quiz only considers languages with "official" status.
Variations included (example: Ndebele and Southern Ndebele)
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Last updated: May 10, 2023
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Afar
Ethiopia
Afrikaans
South Africa
Amharic
Ethiopia
Araona
Bolivia
Armenian
Armenia
Asháninka
Peru
Azerbaijani
Azerbaijan
Baure
Bolivia
Belarusian
Belarus
Bengali
Bangladesh
Bésiro
Bolivia
Bulgarian
Bulgaria
Burmese
Myanmar
Canichana
Bolivia
Castilian
Bolivia
Catalan
Andorra
Cavineño
Bolivia
Cayubaba
Bolivia
Chácobo
Bolivia
Chewa
Zimbabwe
Chibarwe
Zimbabwe
Chichewa
Malawi
Chilean Spanish
Chile
Chimán
Bolivia
Comorian
Comoros
Croatian
Croatia
Czech
Czech Republic
Danish
Denmark
Dhivehi
Maldives
Dzongkha
Bhutan
Ese Ejja
Bolivia
Estonian
Estonia
Fiji Hindi
Fiji
Fijian
Fiji
Filipino
Philippines
Finnish
Finland
Georgian
Georgia
Guarasu'we
Bolivia
Guarayu
Bolivia
Haitian Creole
Haiti
Hebrew
Israel
Hiri Motu
Papua New Guinea
Hungarian
Hungary
Icelandic
Iceland
Icelandic Sign Language
Iceland
Indonesian
Indonesia
Irish
Ireland
Itonama
Bolivia
Kalanga
Zimbabwe
Kazakh
Kazakhstan
Khmer
Cambodia
Khoisan
Zimbabwe
Kinyarwanda
Rwanda
Kirundi
Burundi
Korean Sign Language
South Korea
Kurdish
Iraq
Kyrgyz
Kyrgyzstan
Lao
Laos
Latvian
Latvia
Leco
Bolivia
Lithuanian
Lithuania
Luxembourgish
Luxembourg
Macedonian
North Macedonia
Machajuyai-Kallawaya
Bolivia
Machineri
Bolivia
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Malagasy
Madagascar
Maltese
Malta
Maori
New Zealand
Maropa
Bolivia
Mauritian Creole
Mauritius
Mojeño-Ignaciano
Bolivia
Mojeño-Trinitario
Bolivia
Mongolian
Mongolia
Montenegrin
Montenegro
Moré
Bolivia
Mosetén
Bolivia
Movima
Bolivia
Nambya
Zimbabwe
Nauruan
Nauru
Ndau
Zimbabwe
Ndebele
Zimbabwe
Nepali
Nepal
New Zealand Sign Language
New Zealand
Northern Sotho
South Africa
Norwegian
Norway
Oromo
Ethiopia
Pacawara
Bolivia
Palauan
Palau
Pashto
Afghanistan
Peruvian Spanish
Peru
PNG Sign Language
Papua New Guinea
Polish
Poland
Puquina
Bolivia
Romansh
Switzerland
Sami (language group)
Norway
Sango
Central African Republic
Seychellois Creole
Seychelles
Shangani
Zimbabwe
Shona
Zimbabwe
Sinhala
Sri Lanka
Sirionó
Bolivia
Slovak
Slovakia
Slovene
Slovenia
Somali
Ethiopia
Southern Ndebele
South Africa
Tacana
Bolivia
Tajik
Tajikistan
Tapieté
Bolivia
Tetum
East Timor
Thai
Thailand
Tok Pisin
Papua New Guinea
Tonga
Zimbabwe
Tongan
Tonga
Toromona
Bolivia
Tsonga
South Africa
Turkmen
Turkmenistan
Tuvaluan
Tuvalu
Ukrainian
Ukraine
Urdu
Pakistan
Uru-Chipaya
Bolivia
Uzbek
Uzbekistan
Venda
Zimbabwe
Venezuelan Sign Language
Venezuela
Vietnamese
Vietnam
Weenhayek
Bolivia
Yaminawa
Bolivia
Yuki
Bolivia
Yuracaré
Bolivia
Zamuco
Bolivia
Zulu
South Africa
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