- Some examples are shown on the right
- (red links indicate we have no person on WikiIndex who speaks that language at that level)
Where . . .
- code = the two-or-three code acronym for the language, and
- level = a number/letter indicating how well the language is spoken:
- 0 — not able to speak
- 1 — basic
- 2 — intermediate
- 3 — advanced
- 4 — near native
- 5 — professional
- N — native
- Find code
See Wikipedia: List of ISO 639-1 codes, and in the table of languages, look at the column saying "639-1". If your language isn't there, see Wikipedia: List of ISO 639-2 codes, and look at the Alpha-3 column. If it still isn't there, look at the ISO 639-3 codes list and click a letter. If it isn't there yet, write the language's name in English. You may also ask someone.
All main language categories can be found at category:Wiki People by Language, and all sub-categories can be found at Category:LanguageSpeakers (#), where Language is the name of a language, and # is a number between 0–5 or an N.