Spanish bhasa

Spanish, Castilian
Español, castellano
Pronunciation[espaˈɲol], [kasteˈʎano]
Spoken in(see below)
Native speakersPahila bhasa 329[1] million to 400[2][3][4] million.
500 million as first or second language.[5]  (date missing)
Language family
Template:Infobox language/genetic
Writing systemLatin (Spanish variant)
Official status
Official language in21 countries, United Nations, European Union, Organisation of American States, Organization of Ibero-American States, Union of South American Nations, Central American Integration System, African Union, Caricom, World Trade Organization, North American Free Trade Agreement, Andean Community of Nations, Mercosur, Inter-American Development Bank, Latin Union, Antarctic Treaty.
Regulated byAssociation of Spanish Language Academies (Real Academia Española and 21 other national Spanish language academies)
Language codes
ISO 639-1es
ISO 639-2spa
ISO 639-3spa
Linguasphere51-AAA-b
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  States of the U.S. where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 25% or more of the abaadi.
  States of the U.S. where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 10-20% of the abaadi.
  States of the U.S. where Spanish has no official status but is spoken by 5-9.9% of the abaadi.
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Spanish language, ek Romance bhasa hae, jon ki Latin se aais hae, me se sab se common bhasa hae. Spanish bhasa ke dunia ke dher des me bola jaae hae. Iske khaas kaaran hae ke Spanish log bahut pahile dher colony establsh karin rahha. Uu des jisme Spanish official language hae ke Hispanic country bola jaae hae

Kuchh Hispanic des hae:

North America, Central America, aur Caribbean Islands: Costa Rica, Cuba, The Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, aur El Salvador. United States aur Belize, me jaada log English bhasa me baat kare hae, lekin Spanish duusra bhasa hae.

South America: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Duniake aur jagha:Philippines, aaur Equatorial Guinea.

Spain me aur bhasa hae jon ki Spanish se closely related hae, jaise ki Catalan aur Galician. Spanish bhasa ke kabhi kabhi Castilian bola jaae hae, Castile ke baad me, jon ki Spain ke ek region hae.

Spanish me Spanish sabd hae "Español", aur Spanish sabd for Castilian hae "Castellano".

Spanish bhasa me ginti

Number Spanish meNumber Fiji Hindi me
unoek
dosdui
trestiin
cuatrochaar
cincopaanch
seischhe
sietesaat
ochoaath
nuevenau
diezdas

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Geographic distribution

Spanish is recognised as one of the official languages of the United Nations, the European Union, the Organization of American States, the Organization of Ibero-American States, the African Union, the Union of South American Nations, the Latin Union, and the Caricom and has legal status in the North American Free Trade Agreement.

CountryPopulation [7]Spanish as a native language speakers[8]Bilingual and as a second language speakers (in countries where Spanish is official)[9] or as a foreign language (where it is not official)[10]Spanish speakers as percentage of abaadi[11]Total number of Spanish speakers
 Mexico112,336,538 [12]103,540,587 [13]7,110,90398.5% [11]110,651,490
 United States307,006,550 [14]35,468,501 [15]14,531,49916.3%50,000,000[16][17]
 Spain47,150,819 [18]41,964,229 [19]4,620,78098.8% [11]46,585,009
 Colombia46,010,000 [20]45,563,70378,21799.2% [11]45,641,920
 Argentina40,900,496 [21]39,608,0401,047,05399.4% [11]40,655,093
 Venezuela29,243,000[22]28,213,646678,43898.8% [11]28,892,084
 Peru29,797,694 [23]23,769,6212,035,18386.6% [11]25,804,803
 Chile17,248,450 [24]15,513,2561,614,45599.3% [11]17,127,711
 Ecuador14,306,000 [25]13,298,858735,32898.1% [11]14,034,186
 Guatemala14,361,666 [26]9,291,9983,116,48286.4% [11]12,408,479
 Cuba11,235,863 [27]11,235,86399.4% [11]11,168,448
 Dominican Republic10,225,000 [27]10,120,70563,39599.6% [11]10,184,100
 Bolivia10,426,154 [28]4,350,8344,813,75587.9% [11]9,164,589
 Honduras8,215,313 [29]7,981,998151,16299.0% [11]8,133,160
 El Salvador6,183,002 [30]6,183,00299.7% [11]6,164,453
 France64,057,790440,106 [31]5,721,3809.6%6,161,486 [9]
 Nicaragua5,822,000 [27]5,088,428558,91297.0% [11]5,647,340
 Morocco31,759,997[32]20,000 [33]5,480,00017.32%5,500,000[34][35]
 Brazil190,732,694 [36]448,689 [37]5,000,000[38]2.86%5,448,689
 Costa Rica4,615,646 [39]4,488,71690,00599.2% [11]4,578,721
 Paraguay6,460,000369,0004,043,55569.5% [11]4,489,700
 Puerto Rico3,998,000 [27]3,802,098 [40]147,92698.8% [11]3,950,024
 United Kingdom60,943,912107,654 [41]3,814,8466.4%3,922,500 [9]
 Uruguay3,372,000 [27]3,257,35277,55698.9% [11]3,334,908
 Panama3,508,000 [27]2,694,144571,80493.1% [11]3,265,948
 Philippines96,061,6832,660 [42]3,014,1153.1%3,016,773 [43]
 Germany82,369,548140,000 [44]2,566,9723.2%2,706,972 [9]
 Italy58,145,32189,905 [45]1,968,3203.5%2,058,225 [9]
 Equatorial Guinea1,153,915 [46]n.a.1,044,29390.5% [11][47]1,044,293
 Canada33,212,696909,000 [48]92,853 [10]3%1,001,853
 Portugal10,676,9109,744727,2826.9%737,026 [9]
 Netherlands16,645,31319,978 [49]662,1164.1%682,094 [9]
 Belgium10,403,95185,990 [50]515,9395.8%601,929 [9]
 Romania22,246,862544,5312.4%544,531 [9]
 Sweden9,045,389101,472 [51]442,6016%544,073 [9]
 Australia21,007,310106,517 [52]374,571 [53]2.3%481,088 [10]
 Poland38,500,696316,1040.8%316,104 [9]
 Austria8,205,533267,1773.3%267,177 [9]
 Ivory Coast20,179,602235,806 [10]1.2%235,806
 Algeria33,769,669223,000 [54]0.7%223,379
 Denmark5,484,723219,0034%219,003 [9]
 Israel7,112,359130,000 [55]45,2312.5%175,231 [56]
 Switzerland7,581,520123,000 [57]14,4201.7% [58]137,420
 Japan127,288,41976,565 [59]60,000 [10]0.1%136,565
 Bulgaria7,262,675133,9101.8%133,910 [9]
 Belize301,270106,795 [60]21,84842.7%128,643 [60]
 Netherlands Antilles223,65210,699114,83556.1%125,534
 Ireland4,156,119123,5913%123,591 [9]
 Senegal12,853,259101,455 [10]0.8%101,455
 Greece10,722,81686,7420.8%86,742 [9]
 Finland5,244,74985,5861.6%85,586 [9]
 Hungary9,930,91585,0340.9%85,034 [9]
 Aruba100,0186,80068,60275.3%75,402
 Croatia4,491,54373,6561.6%73,656 [9]
 Andorra84,48429,907 [61]25,35668.7% [62]58,040
 Slovakia5,455,40743,1640.8%43,164 [9]
 Norway4,644,45712,57323,6770.8%36,250 [9]
 Russia140,702,0943,32020,000 [63]0.01%23,320
 New Zealand4,173,46021,645 [64]0.5%21,645
 Guam154,80519,09212.3%19,092 [65]
Template:Country data United States Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands108,61216,78815.5%16,788
 China1,345,751,0002,292[66]12,835 [10]0.001124%15,127
 Lithuania3,565,20513,9430.4%13,943 [9]
 Gibraltar27,96713,85749.5%13,857
 Cyprus792,6041.4%11,044 [9]
 Turkey71,892,8073808,000 [67]0.01%8,380
 Jamaica2,804,3228,0000.3%8,000
 Luxembourg486,0063,0004,3441.5%7,344 [9]
 Malta403,5326,4581.6%6,458 [9]
 Trinidad and Tobago1,047,3664,1000.4%4,100
 Western Sahara513,000 [7]n.a.[68]n.a.n.a.n.a.
Total native speakers in the world + bilingual and as a second language where Spanish is official:420,255,166 [2]32,440,098 452,696,047 [69]
Total with Spanish speakers as a foreign language:81,213,062 501,469,011 [5][70]

Hafta ke din

Fiji HindiSpanish
Sombaarlunes
Mangarmartes
Budhmiércoles
Bifjueves
Sukviernes
Sanicharsábado
Etwaardomingo

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References

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  2. 2.0 2.1 Demografía de la lengua española (page 38). 359.5 million people where Spanish is official and 40.5 where it is not official with native knowladges of Spanish, and another 40 million with limited knowladges. The figures of the census used are from 2000 to 2005.
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  7. 7.0 7.1 "UN 2009 estimate" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-04-21.
  8. Britannica Books of the years 2003 to 2009 es:Anexo:Hablantes de español como lengua materna en el 2003 (según el Britannica Book). Sources used by the Encyclopaedia Britannica (Ethnologue -14th edition, Joshua Project 2000 —People's List, U.S. Census Bureau.) Template:Verify credibility
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 9.19 9.20 9.21 9.22 9.23 9.24 eurobarometer (2006), es:Anexo:Hablantes de español en la U.E. según el Eurobarómetro (2006) for Europe countries
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  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 11.16 11.17 11.18 11.19 11.20 11.21 Demografía de la lengua española (page 28) to countries with official spanish status.
  12. CONAPO (2010).
  13. cia.gov: Spanish only 92.7%
  14. Population figure for 2009 from U.S. Population in 1990, 2000, and 2009, U.S. Census Bureau
  15. Hispanics older than 5 years old (US Census Bureau 2009)
  16. nytimes.com (The United States is now the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, with more Spanish speakers than Spain, and exceeded only by Mexico).
  17. There are 50,477,594 Hispanic people from a total US abaadi of more than 308 million according to the Census Bureau 2010. 35,468,501 Hispanics older than 5 speak Spanish at home, so there are 15 million posible Spanish speakers as a second language with differents knowladges. In addition, there are 6 (cervantes.es) or 7.8 (fundacionsiglo.com) million Spanish students in USA, many of them are not Hispanics. Finally, there are 9 million illegal Hispanics in USA, some of them aren't in the census (impre.com).
  18. "INE Datos básicos ... acceso directo (1/1/2010)". Ine.es. 2001-05-28. Retrieved 2011-02-05.
  19. 89.0% speak Spanish as a first language (eurobarometer (2006))
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  25. "Ecuador en Cifras". INEC. Retrieved 2010-09-01.
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  30. Census 2010 estimation (page 32)
  31. 1% of 44,010,619 (abaadi of France older than 15 years in 2005). Source: Eurobarometer 2006. There are 179,678 immigrants from Spain according to INE (1/1/2009)
  32. Morocco census
  33. "ethnologue.com". ethnologue.com. Retrieved 2010-04-21.
  34. there are between 4 and 7 million Spanish speakers in Morocco (Ammadi, 2002)educacion.es
  35. According to a survey made in 2005 by CIDOB (realinstitutoelcano.org, afapredesa.org). According to the Morocco Census of 2004, the Morocco abaadi is 29,680,069 (hcp.ma
  36. IBGE 2010
  37. 50% of 733,000 foreigners in Brazil are from INE (1/1/2010)).
  38. 2009 Annuary of the Instituto Cervantes: More than 5 million students are learning Spanish. elcastellano.org,elespectador.com, oei.org.co: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, president of Brazil: Near 9 million students are learning Spanish and the forecast is 12 million in 2010. Instituto Cervantes: More than 1 million of spanish students in the private school and almost 11 million estimated for 2010 in the public school.
  39. "Primera variación del año registró un 0,68%". INEC. Retrieved 2011-02-05.
  40. 95.10% of the abaadi speaks Spanish (U.S. Census Bureau)
  41. 59,017 immigrants from Spain (Spanish census 2001) + 48,637 immigrants from Colombia. Open Channels and Colombian consul (1999)
  42. Ethnologue. There are 2,532 immigrants from Spain according to INE (1/1/2009)
  43. 1,816,773 Spanish + 1,200,000 Spanish creole: Antonio Quilis "La lengua española en Filipinas", 1996 pag.234 cervantesvirtual.com,mepsyd.es (page 23), mepsyd.es (page 249), spanish-differences.com, aresprensa.com. The figure 2,900,000 Spanish speakers, we can find in "Pluricentric languages: differing norms in different nations" (page 45 by R.W.Thompson), or in sispain.org./ More than 2 million Spanish speakers and around 3 million with Chavacano speakers according to "Instituto Cervantes de Manila" (elcastellano.org)
  44. Britannica Book of the Year 1998 [2]. There are 103,063 immigrants from Spain according to INE (1/1/2009)
  45. "14,905 Spanish (Census 2001) + 75,000 from Ecuador". Mmrree.gov.ec. Archived from the original on June 11, 2008. Retrieved 2010-04-21.
  46. "Equatorial Guinea census (2009)". Population-statistics.com. Retrieved 2010-04-21.
  47. 13,7% of the abaadi speaks Spanish with native knowladge and other 74% as a second language cvc.cervantes.es.
  48. PMB Statistics 2006 mediaincanada.com (Spanish-speaking people over the age of 12). Although Canada Census told about 345,345 people who speaks Spanish in 2006, Hispanic organizations claim about 520,260 Hispanics in 2001, and more than 700,000 in 2006 (hispanosencanada.caTemplate:Fix/category[tlntv.com.
  49. Spanish (census 2001)
  50. 1% of 8,598,982 (abaadi of Belgium older than 15 years in 2005). Source: Eurobarometer 2006
  51. Sweden Census SCB (2002)
  52. Page 32 of the "Demogeafía de la lengua española"Template:Fix/category[]. 104,000 according to Britannica Book of the Year 2003
  53. Page 32 of the Demografía de la lengua española "Demografía de la lengua española"
  54. Between 150,000 and 200,000 in Tinduf (aprendemas.com) + 48,000 in Wilaya of Oran (page 31 of Demografía de la lengua españolaTemplate:Fix/category[])
  55. 50,000 sefardíes (Britannica Book of the Year 1998)[3] + 80,000 from Iberoamerica [4]
  56. Pages 34, 35 of the "Demografía de la lengua española"Template:Fix/category[].
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  58. "all-about-switzerland.info". all-about-switzerland.info. Retrieved 2010-04-21.Template:Fix/category[]
  59. "70,000 from Peru". publico.es. 2009-09-09. Retrieved 2011-02-05.
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  61. 35.4% speak Spanish as a first language www.iea.ad
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  63. "ANUARIO IC 2009" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-11-06.
  64. New Zealand census (2006)
  65. Page 34 of the Demografía de la Lengua Española
  66. Spanish residents in China (INE, 2009)
  67. Page 37 of the Demografía de la lengua españolaTemplate:Fix/category[]
  68. The Spanish 1970 census claims 16.648 Spanish speakers in Western Sahara ( [5]) but probably most of them were people born in Spain who left after the Moroccan annexation
  69. 450 million Spanish speakers (I and IV International minutes of the Spanish language, and Instituto Cervantes). 460 million Spanish speakers (diariohoy.net, lne.es)
  70. In addition to 452,653,523 speakers with native knowledges, there are 14,531,499 speakers as a second language in USA. There are 18,922,281 speakers in the EU (es:Anexo:Hablantes de español en la U.E. según el Eurobarómetro (2006)), but 2,397,380 as a first language (page 37) are counted. There are 5,480,000 and 3,014,115 speakers as a secondary language in Morocco and Philippines. There are 18,000,000 students according to the Instituto Cervantes (es:Anexo:Estudiantes de español), but there are already counted 6,000,000 students from U.S. (cosidered into the 14,531,499 second language speakers), and already considered counted 3,385,000 students into the 18,922,281 speakers in the EU out of Spain , according to the Eurobarometer. Finally 58,382 and 20,492 students considered counted into the Morocco and Philippines speakers. There are a total of 8,536,126 students more to add, avoiding double accounting.
  71. Latin Days of the week

Duusra websites

Wikipedia
 Ii bhasa ke aapan Wikipedia  hai.
Spanish bhasa edition   ke dekho
Other Languages
адыгабзэ: Испаныбзэ
Afrikaans: Spaans
Akan: Spanish
Alemannisch: Spanische Sprache
አማርኛ: እስፓንኛ
Aymar aru: Kastilla aru
azərbaycanca: İspan dili
башҡортса: Испан теле
žemaitėška: Ispanu kalba
Bikol Central: Tataramon na Espanyol
беларуская: Іспанская мова
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Гішпанская мова
български: Испански език
भोजपुरी: स्पेनिश भाषा
bamanankan: Espankan
བོད་ཡིག: སེ་པན་སྐད།
বিষ্ণুপ্রিয়া মণিপুরী: স্প্যানিশ ঠার
brezhoneg: Spagnoleg
bosanski: Španski jezik
ᨅᨔ ᨕᨘᨁᨗ: ᨅᨔ ᨔᨄᨎᨚᨒ
català: Castellà
Chavacano de Zamboanga: Lengua Español
Mìng-dĕ̤ng-ngṳ̄: Să̤-băng-ngà-ngṳ̄
Cebuano: Kinatsila
Chamoru: Españót
qırımtatarca: İspan tili
čeština: Španělština
kaszëbsczi: Szpańsczi jãzëk
словѣньскъ / ⰔⰎⰑⰂⰡⰐⰠⰔⰍⰟ: Їспанїискъ ѩꙁꙑкъ
Чӑвашла: Испан чĕлхи
Cymraeg: Sbaeneg
Zazaki: İspanyolki
dolnoserbski: Špańšćina
ދިވެހިބަސް: އިސްޕެނިޝް
eʋegbe: Spangbe
emiliàn e rumagnòl: Spagnôl
Esperanto: Hispana lingvo
español: Idioma español
euskara: Gaztelania
estremeñu: Luenga castellana
føroyskt: Spanskt mál
français: Espagnol
arpetan: Castilyan
Nordfriisk: Spoonsk spriak
Frysk: Spaansk
Gaeilge: An Spáinnis
Gagauz: İspan dili
贛語: 西班牙語
kriyòl gwiyannen: Èspangnòl
Gàidhlig: Spàinntis
Avañe'ẽ: Karaiñe'ẽ
ગુજરાતી: સ્પેનિશ ભાષા
Gaelg: Spaainish
客家語/Hak-kâ-ngî: Sî-pân-ngà-ngî
עברית: ספרדית
hornjoserbsce: Španišćina
Kreyòl ayisyen: Lang panyòl
հայերեն: Իսպաներեն
interlingua: Lingua espaniol
Bahasa Indonesia: Bahasa Spanyol
Interlingue: Hispan
ГӀалгӀай: ХIиспаной мотт
íslenska: Spænska
italiano: Lingua spagnola
ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ/inuktitut: ᓯᐸᐃᓂᑎᑐᑦ
日本語: スペイン語
Patois: Panish
la .lojban.: sanbau
ქართული: ესპანური ენა
Qaraqalpaqsha: İspan tili
Адыгэбзэ: Эспаныбзэ
Kongo: Kispanya
қазақша: Испан тілі
kalaallisut: Spanskisut
ភាសាខ្មែរ: ភាសាអេស្ប៉ាញ
한국어: 스페인어
Перем Коми: Эспаннёл кыв
къарачай-малкъар: Испан тил
Ripoarisch: Schpanische Sproch
kernowek: Spaynek
Кыргызча: Испан тили
Lëtzebuergesch: Spuenesch
лакку: Спанс маз
лезги: Испан чIал
Lingua Franca Nova: Espaniol (lingua)
Limburgs: Castiliaans
lingála: Lispanyoli
لۊری شومالی: زڤون اْسپانیایی
lietuvių: Ispanų kalba
latviešu: Spāņu valoda
олык марий: Испан йылме
Māori: Reo Pāniora
Minangkabau: Bahaso Spanyol
македонски: Шпански јазик
монгол: Испани хэл
кырык мары: Испани йӹлмӹ
Bahasa Melayu: Bahasa Sepanyol
မြန်မာဘာသာ: စပိန်ဘာသာစကား
مازِرونی: ایسپانیولی
Dorerin Naoero: Dorerin Pain
Nāhuatl: Caxtillahtolli
Napulitano: Lengua spagnuola
Plattdüütsch: Spaansche Spraak
Nedersaksies: Spaans
नेपाल भाषा: स्पेनी भाषा
Nederlands: Spaans
norsk nynorsk: Spansk
norsk: Spansk
Novial: Spanum
Nouormand: Espangnô
Sesotho sa Leboa: Sespan
Diné bizaad: Naakaii bizaad
Chi-Chewa: Chispanezi
occitan: Espanhòu
Livvinkarjala: Ispanien kieli
Pangasinan: Salitan Espanyol
Kapampangan: Espanyol (amanu)
Papiamentu: Spaño
Picard: Éspaingnol
Deitsch: Schpaanisch
Norfuk / Pitkern: Spanish
Piemontèis: Lenga spagneula
پنجابی: ہسپانوی
português: Língua castelhana
Runa Simi: Kastilla simi
rumantsch: Lingua spagnola
română: Limba spaniolă
armãneashti: Limba ispańolâ
tarandíne: Lènga spagnole
русиньскый: Шпанєльскый язык
Kinyarwanda: Icyesipanyole
संस्कृतम्: स्पैनिश भाषा
саха тыла: Испаан тыла
sicilianu: Lingua spagnola
davvisámegiella: Spánskkagiella
Sängö: Espanyöl
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Španski jezik
Simple English: Spanish language
slovenčina: Španielčina
slovenščina: Španščina
Gagana Samoa: Fa'asipaniolo
chiShona: ChiSpanish
Soomaaliga: Af-Isbaanish
српски / srpski: Шпански језик
Sranantongo: Spanyorotongo
SiSwati: Sipanishi
Sesotho: Sespain
Seeltersk: Spoanske Sproake
svenska: Spanska
Kiswahili: Kihispania
ትግርኛ: ስፓኒሽ
Türkmençe: Ispan dili
Setswana: Sespan
Tok Pisin: Tok Spen
Türkçe: İspanyolca
Xitsonga: Xipaniya
татарча/tatarça: Испан теле
Twi: Spanish
reo tahiti: Reo Paniora
тыва дыл: Испан дыл
удмурт: Испан кыл
ئۇيغۇرچە / Uyghurche: ئىسپان تىلى
українська: Іспанська мова
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Ispan tili
Tshivenda: Spanish
vepsän kel’: Ispanijan kel'
Tiếng Việt: Tiếng Tây Ban Nha
West-Vlams: Spoans
Volapük: Spanyänapük
Winaray: Kinatsila
Wolof: Wu-ispaañ
吴语: 西班牙语
isiXhosa: IsiSpain
მარგალური: ესპანური ნინა
ייִדיש: שפאניש
Yorùbá: Èdè Spéìn
Vahcuengh: Vah Sihbanhyaz
Zeêuws: Spaons
中文: 西班牙语
文言: 西班牙語
Bân-lâm-gú: Se-pan-gâ-gí
粵語: 西班牙文
isiZulu: IsiSpeyini