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Wikipedia in the Gagauz language, a Turkic language spoken by the ethnic Gagauz people of Moldova, Ukraine, Russia, and Turkey and the official language of the Autonomous Region of Gagauzia in Moldova.

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  1. items in italics are either valid Wikipedias, but set to read-only, or valid but closed Wikipedia wikis. These actions are usually taken as a result of a 'community vote', or other discussion procedure on Meta-Wiki.
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1 000+:ref Аҧсуа (ab), Bahsa Acèh (ace), Eald Englisc (ang), ܐܪܡܝܐ (arc), অসমীয়া (as), Авар (av), Aymar (ay), Central Bicolano (bcl), भोजपुरी (bh), Bislama (bi), Banjar (bjn), བོད་སྐད (bo), Буряад (bxr), Chavacano de Zamboanga (cbk-zam), Corsu (co), Qırımtatarca (crh), Kashubian (csb), Zazaki (diq), Dolnoserbski (dsb), Doteli (dty), ދިވެހިބަސް (dv), Emiliàn e rumagnòl (eml), Estremeñu (ext), Võro (fiu-vro), Arpitan (frp), North Frisian (frr), Furlan (fur), Gagauz (gag), 贛語 (gan), گیلکی (glk), Avañe'ẽ (gn), Goan Konkani (gom), Gaelg (gv), هَوُسَ (ha), Hak-kâ-fa / 客家話 (hak), Hawai`i (haw), Fiji Hindi (hif), Interlingue (ie), Igbo (ig), Jamaican Patois (jam), Lojban (jbo), Qaraqalpaqsha (kaa), Taqbaylit (kab), Kabardian Circassian (kbd), KiKongo (kg), Gĩkũyũ (ki), Kalaallisut (kl), Khmer (km), Komi-Permyak (koi), Къарачай-Малкъар (Qarachay-Malqar) (krc), Ripuarian (ksh), Коми (kv), Kernewek (kw), Dzhudezmo (lad), Lak (lbe), Лезги чІал (Lezgi č’al) (lez), Luganda (lg), Líguru (lij), Lingála (ln), ລາວ (lo), Northern Luri (lrc), Мокшень (Mokshanj Kälj) (mdf), Олык Марий (Olyk Marij) (mhr), Māori (mi), Malti (mt), Mirandesa (mwl), Эрзянь (Erzjanj Kelj) (myv), Dorerin Naoero (na), Nahuatl (nah), Nedersaksisch (nds-nl), Novial (nov), Normaund (nrm), Northern Sotho (nso), Diné bizaad (nv), Livvi-Karelian (olo), Pangasinan (pag), Kapampangan (pam), Papiamentu (pap), Picard (pcd), Deitsch (pdc), Palatinate German (pfl), पाऴि (pi), پښتو (ps), Rumantsch (rm), Armãneashce (roa-rup), Tarandíne (roa-tara), Rusyn (rue), Ikinyarwanda (rw), Sardu (sc), سنڌي، سندھی ، सिन्ध (sd), Sámegiella (se), Shona (sn), Soomaaliga (so), Sranantongo (srn), Seeltersk (stq), Ślůnski (szl), Tetun (tet), تركمن (tk), Faka Tonga (to), Tok Pisin (tpi), Reo Mā`ohi (ty), Тыва (tyv), Удмурт (udm), Oyghurque (ug), Vepsian (vep), West-Vlams (vls), Wolof (wo), 吴语 (wuu), Хальмг (xal), Cuengh (za), Zeêuws (zea), 古文 / 文言文 (zh-classical)

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10+:ref Thuɔŋjäŋ (din)

1+:ref Afar (aa), Choctaw (cho), Hiri Motu (ho), Sichuan Yi (ii), Kuanyama (kj), Marshallese (mh), Muscogee (mus), Ndonga (ng)

0 articles in language (other than main page):ref Herero (hz), Kanuri (kr)

redirect:ref Беларуская (тарашкевіца) (be-x-old): redirects to be-tarask

depreciated:ref tlhIngan Hol (Klingon) (tlh), Toki Pona (tokipona), Siberian Wikipedia (hoax language)

other: Wikipedia 10 (ten), Wikipedia Test Wiki (test), test2.Wikipedia (test2), Nostalgia Wikipedia (nostalgia), In Memoriam (sep11)

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