World Languages A-Z #3

Based on the clues, name these world languages starting with each letter.
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Last updated: September 20, 2021
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Clue
Language
A
The speakers of this language refer to is as "Hayeren"
Armenian
B
First language that used the Cyrillic alphabet as its official script
Bulgarian
C
"Nyanja" is another name for this African language
Chewa
D
Language with namesake of two U.S. states' name
Dakota
E
It's not a famous Celtic singer, it's the native language of 15,000 people in D.R. Congo
Enya
F
Language spoken by Marion Cotillard and Jean Reno
French
G
The name of this language is also the name of the currency of Paraguay
Guarani
H
Language that is mutually intelligible with standard Urdu
Hindi
I
Native American language that is spoken mainly around the North American Arctic
Inuit
J
Variety of Chinese spoken mainly in Shanxi
Jin
K
"Kurmanji" and "Sorani" are two of the main dialects of this Middle Eastern language
Kurdish
L
Least-spoken official language in Southeast Asia
Lao
M
Indigenous language of New Zealand
Māori
N
"Bokmål" is one of two standard forms of this language
Norwegian
O
Romance language spoken in southern France
Occitan
P
Most of the Afghans speak "Dari", which is a variety of this language
Persian
Q
 
R
Most widely spoken Slavic language
Russian
S
Language spoken at the eastern part of Horn of Africa
Somali
T
Historically called "Siamese"
Thai
U
Turkic language spoken in China's Xinjiang autonomous region
Uyghur
V
Romance language that some consider to be a dialect of Italian, but is NOT so
Venetian
W
Extinct Native American language with namesake of the largest city in Kansas
Wichita
X
 
Y
Main language of Russia's Sakha Republic
Yakut
Z
Group of Mesoamerican languages spoken mainly in southern Mexico
Zapotec
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