January 21, 2022

Glottolog (German: Glottolog) is a bibliographic database of lesser known languages ​​in the world. The database was first developed and maintained by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. Since 2015, the Max Planck Institute for Human History in Jena, Germany has been developing and maintaining this database. The glatologist provides a list of languages ​​and language families and a database of the least spoken languages ​​in the world. This list differs from the ethnologist list in several ways: 1) The glatologist list tries to accept only languages ​​whose editors acknowledge their existence and distinction. Languages ​​that are not verifiable but have been verified by other sources are known as "fake" or "unverified". 2) the glatologist tries to categorize only languages ​​as language families that are verifiable, and provide bibliographic information (especially for lesser-known languages), and 3) to a limited extent, based on the sources they use. Alternate letters are listed. The names of the languages ​​used are derived from bibliographic databases based on ISO 3-339 and the Glatocode standard itself. Except for one point on the map as the geographical center of each language, no ethnographic or demographic information is provided. For information on ethnographic or demographic information, refer to the links provided on the ISO website. In 2013, version 2.2 of the Glatolog Database was published online with the permission of Creative Commons 3, not transmitted. Version 2.4 was released in 2015 and version 3 in 2017.

Language families

A glatologist is more conservative than other online bibliographic databases in considering languages ​​in a language group or family. But it is freer to call unclassified languages ​​as single family languages. Versions 2.4 lists 425 spoken language families, including single-family languages ​​and 75 sign language families. Crawls are categorized into languages ​​that provide their basic vocabulary. In addition to the languages ​​known as language families, Glatolog has 79 pages (including a sign language), 24 hybrid languages, 8 meta-languages, 9 functional types (including 3 auxiliary sign systems), 118 approved but not categorized languages ​​( Includes 2 sign languages), 61 languages ​​t

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