Top Non-Official World Languages

Name the languages with the most native speakers that are not official in any country.
For 2019 according to Ethnologue. Source. I made some common sense modifications.
Chinese and Hindustani dialects need to be guessed separately
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: January 7, 2022
First submittedMarch 14, 2019
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# Speakers
Language
125 mil
Punjabi
83.1 mil
Marathi
82.0 mil
Telugu
81.4 mil
Wu
73.1 mil
Cantonese
68.3 mil
Javanese
56.4 mil
Gujarati
52.2 mil
Bhojpuri
50.1 mil
Min Nan
# Speakers
Language
48.2 mil
Hakka
46.9 mil
Jin
43.9 mil
Hausa
43.6 mil
Kannada
37.8 mil
Yoruba
37.3 mil
Xiang
37.1 mil
Malayalam
34.5 mil
Oriya
33.9 mil
Maithili
# Speakers
Language
32.4 mil
Sundanese
27.0 mil
Igbo
24.6 mil
Sindhi
22.1 mil
Gan
20.7 mil
Magahi
20.0 mil
Saraiki
16.3 mil
Chhattisgarhi
15.9 mil
Cebuano
15.3 mil
Assamese
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Level 65
Jan 7, 2022
Where is Min Chinese official? I think you may be missing that one.
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Level 65
Jan 7, 2022
Taiwan, I think.
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Level 69
Jan 7, 2022
Why is Fula not included?
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Level 67
Jan 7, 2022
It's an official "vernacular language" in Guinea, if that counts.
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Level 65
Apr 30, 2022
I also thought this, didn't know where it was official.
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Level 58
Jan 10, 2022
what about basque or galician
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Level 55
Jan 11, 2022
Not comparable in size!
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Level 65
Apr 30, 2022
Great quiz! These languages tend to be pretty unknown despite their huge community so I'm glad there's quiz for them.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
Kurdish is the first one I guessed, with around 20 million speakers. But not on the source, maybe.
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Level 69
Apr 30, 2022
Kurdish is the second official language of Iraq, at least as of 2005.
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Level 83
May 1, 2022
oh, alright. Yeah I knew that, just forgot.
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Level 83
Apr 30, 2022
Also isn't Tagalog technically here since the official language of the Philippines is "Filipino" not Tagalog, even though realistically they're the same language.