زڤون اْسپانیایی

زڤون اْسپانیایی
español
هٱچایٱ بیئنی داْمریکا لاتین،اْسپانیا
راساگٱاْسپانیا، آمریکا لاتین
شومارٱ هٱچایٱکوݩ407 ملیوݩ کٱس  (ڤیرگار سیش نی)
هونڤادٱ زڤون
Indo-European
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زڤون میزونکاری بیٱReal Academia Española
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ISO 639-3Either:
es – spa – اْسپانیایی
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راساگٱیایی کاْ هٱچایٱ کاریٛا زڤون اْسپانیایی هان اۊچاْ.

زڤون اْسپانیایی یٱکیٛ د زڤونیٛا هند ۉ اورۊپایی لئشک لاتین ٱ کاْ هٱچایٱ کاریٛاش بیٛشتر هان د راساگٱ اْمریکا هارگٱ.


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ڤلات شناسی هٱچایٱ کاری

The following table shows the number of Spanish speakers in some 79 countries.

CountryPopulation[۱]Spanish as a native language speakers[۲]Native speakers or very good speakers as a second language[۳]Total number of Spanish speakers (including limited competence speakers)[۳][۴][۵]
 Mexico124,737,789[۶]۱۱۵٬۶۳۱٬۹۳۰ (92.7%)[۷]۱۲۲٬۸۶۶٬۷۲۲ (98.5%)[۵]
 United States323,127,515[۸]40,489,813[۹] (13.3%)[۱۰]42,926,496[۱۱] (82%[۱۲] of the 57.4 mill. Hispanics[۱۳] + 2.8 mill. non Hispanics[۱۴])58,008,778[۱۱] (40,5 million as a first language, 15 million as a second language,[۱۵] 7.8 million students[۴] and some of the 9 million undocumented Hispanics not accounted by the Census[۱۶])[۱۷][۱۸][۱۹][۲۰][۲۱][۲۲]
 Colombia49,610,000[۲۳]۴۸٬۷۶۰٬۰۰۰ (850,000 with other mother tongue)[۲۴]۴۹٬۲۱۳٬۱۲۰ (99.2%)[۵]
 Spain46,539,026[۲۵]۴۲٬۸۷۹٬۰۰۴ (92,1%)[۱۱]۴۵٬۹۹۸٬۳۲۴ (98.8%)[۵]
 Argentina44,494,502[۲۶][۲۸]42,062,795 (95.5%)[۲۹]۴۳٬۷۸۰٬۵۴۲ (99.4%)[۵]
 Venezuela31,828,110[۳۰]۳۰٬۷۲۹٬۸۶۶ (1,098,244 with other mother tongue)[۳۱]۳۱٬۴۶۶٬۱۷۳ (98.8%)[۵]
 Peru32,162,184[۳۲]۲۷٬۰۴۸٬۳۹۷ (84.1%)[۳۳][۳۴]۲۸٬۹۴۵٬۹۶۶ (86.6%)[۵]
 Chile18,275,530[۳۵]17,993,930 (281,600 with other mother tongue)[۳۶]۱۸٬۱۴۷٬۶۰۱ (99.3%)[۵]
 Ecuador16,674,000[۳۷]14,700,000[۳۸]۱۶٬۳۵۷٬۱۹۴ (98.1%)[۵]
 گواتمالا16,945,000[۱]۱۰٬۱۶۷٬۰۰۰ (60%)[۳۹]۱۴٬۶۴۰٬۴۸۰ (86.4%)[۵]
 Cuba11,559,000[۱]11,559,000[۴۰]۱۱٬۴۸۹٬۶۴۶ (99.4%)[۵]
 کومره ولات دومینیکن10,819,000[۱]9,300,000[۴۱]۱۰٬۷۷۵٬۷۲۴ (99.6%)[۵]
 Bolivia11,145,770[۴۲]۶٬۴۶۴٬۵۴۷ (58%)[۴۳]۹٬۷۹۷٬۱۳۲ (87.9%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Honduras8,866,351[۴۴]8,658,501 (207,750 with other mother tongue)[۴۵]۸٬۷۷۷٬۶۸۷ (99.0%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Paraguay6,953,646[۴۶]4,721,526 (67.9%)[۴۶][۴۷]۶٬۹۵۳٬۶۴۶ (2,232,120 limited proficiency)[۴۶]
 France65,635,000[۴۸]477,564 (1%[۴۹] of 47,756,439[۵۰])1,910,258 (4%[۵۱] of 47,756,439[۵۰]) 6,685,901 (14%[۵۲] of 47,756,439[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data El Salvador6,349,939[۴۶]6,330,889 (99.7%)[۵۳]۶٬۳۴۹٬۹۳۹ (19,050 limited proficiency)[۴۶]
چوٙأ:Country data Nicaragua6,218,321[۴۶][۱]6,037,990 (97.1%) (490,124 with other mother tongue)[۴۶][۵۴]۶٬۲۱۸٬۳۲۱ (180,331 limited proficiency)[۴۶]
 Brazil206,120,000[۵۵]460,018[۴۶]460,018[۴۶]6,056,018 (460,018 native speakers + 96,000 limited proficiency + 5,500,000 can hold a conversation)
 Italy60,795,612[۵۶]255,459[۵۷]1,037,248 (2%[۵۱] of 51,862,391[۵۰])5,704,863 (11%[۵۲] of 51,862,391[۵۰])
 Costa Rica4,890,379[۵۸]4,806,069 (84,310 with other mother tongue)[۵۹]۴٬۸۵۱٬۲۵۶ (99.2%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Panama3,764,166[۶۰]3,263,123 (501,043 with other mother tongue)[۶۱]۳٬۵۰۴٬۴۳۹ (93.1%)[۵]
 Uruguay3,480,222[۶۲]3,330,022 (150,200 with other mother tongue)[۶۳]۳٬۴۴۱٬۹۴۰ (98.9%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Puerto Rico3,474,182[۶۴]۳٬۳۰۳٬۹۴۷ (95.1%)[۶۵]۳٬۴۳۲٬۴۹۲ (98.8%)[۵]
 Morocco34,378,000[۶۶]6,586[۶۷]6,5863,415,000[۶۷][۶۸] (10%)[۶۹]
 United Kingdom64 105 700[۷۰]120,000[۷۱]518,480 (1%[۵۱] of 51,848,010[۵۰])3,110,880 (6%[۵۲] of 51,848,010[۵۰])
 Philippines101,562,305[۷۲]438,882[۷۳]3,016,773[۷۴][۷۵][۷۶][۷۷][۷۸][۷۹][۸۰]
 Germany81,292,400[۸۱]644,091 (1%[۵۱] of 64,409,146[۵۰])2,576,366 (4%[۵۲] of 64,409,146[۵۰])
 Equatorial Guinea1,622,000[۸۲]1,683[۸۳]918,000[۵] (90.5%)[۵][۸۴]
 Romania21,355,849[۸۵]182,467 (1%[۵۱] of 18,246,731[۵۰]) 912,337 (5%[۵۲] of 18,246,731[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Portugal10,636,888[۸۶]323,237 (4%[۵۱] of 8,080,915[۵۰])808,091 (10%[۵۲] of 8,080,915[۵۰])
 Canada34,605,346[۸۷]439,000[۸۸]643,800 (87%[۸۹] of 740,000[۹۰])[۱۱]736,653[۴]
 Netherlands16,665,900[۹۱]133,719 (1%[۵۱] of 13,371,980[۵۰])668,599 (5%[۵۲] of 13,371,980[۵۰] )
 Sweden9,555,893[۹۲]77,912 (1%[۴۹] of 7,791,240[۵۰])77,912 (1% of 7,791,240)467,474 (6%[۵۲] of 7,791,240[۵۰])
 Australia21,507,717[۹۳]111,400[۹۴]111,400447,175[۹۵]
 Belgium10,918,405[۹۶]89,395 (1%[۵۱] of 8,939,546[۵۰])446,977 (5%[۵۲] of 8,939,546[۵۰])
 Benin10,008,749[۹۷]412,515 (students)[۴]
 Ivory Coast21,359,000[۹۸]341,073 (students)[۴]
 Poland38,092,000324,137 (1%[۵۱] of 32,413,735[۵۰])324,137 (1% of 32,413,735)
 Austria8,205,53370,098 (1%[۵۱] of 7,009,827[۵۰])280,393 (4%[۵۲] of 7,009,827[۵۰])
 Algeria33,769,669223,422[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Belize333,200[۹۹]173,597[۶۷]173,597[۶۷]195,597[۶۷] (62.8%)[۱۰۰]
چوٙأ:Country data Senegal12,853,259205,000 (students)[۴]
 Denmark5,484,72345,613 (1%[۵۱] of 4,561,264[۵۰])182,450 (4%[۵۲] of 4,561,264[۵۰])
 Israel7,112,359130,000[۶۷]175,231[۱۰۱]
 Japan127,288,419100,229[۱۰۲]100,229167,514 (60,000 students)[۴]
چوٙأ:Country data Gabon1,545,255[۱۰۳]167,410 (students)[۴]
  Switzerland7,581,520150,782 (2,24%)[۱۰۴][۱۰۵]150,782165,202 (14,420 students)[۱۰۶]
چوٙأ:Country data Ireland4,581,269[۱۰۷]35,220 (1%[۵۱] of 3,522,000[۵۰])140,880 (4%[۵۲] of 3,522,000[۵۰])
 Finland5,244,749133,200 (3%[۵۲] of 4,440,004[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Bulgaria7,262,675130,750 (2%[۵۱] of 6,537,510[۵۰])130,750 (2%[۵۲] of 6,537,510[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Bonaire and چوٙأ:Country data Curaçao223,65210,699[۶۷]10,699[۶۷]125,534[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Norway5,165,80021,187[۱۰۸]103,309[۴]
چوٙأ:Country data Czech Republic10,513,209[۱۰۹]90,124 (1%[۵۲] of 9,012,443[۵۰])
 Hungary9,957,731[۱۱۰]83,206 (1%[۵۲] of 8,320,614[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Aruba101,484[۱۱۱]6,800[۶۷]6,800[۶۷]75,402[۶۷]
 Trinidad and Tobago1,317,714[۱۱۲]4,100[۶۷]4,100[۶۷]65,886[۶۷] (5%)[۱۱۳]
چوٙأ:Country data Cameroon21,599,100[۱۱۴]63,560 (students)[۴]
چوٙأ:Country data Andorra84,48433,305[۶۷]33,305[۶۷]54,909[۶۷]
 اسلوونی35,194 (2%[۵۱] of 1,759,701[۵۰]) 52,791 (3%[۵۲] of 1,759,701[۵۰])
 New Zealand21,645[۱۱۵]21,64547,322 (25,677 students)[۴]
 Slovakia5,455,40745,500 (1%[۵۲] of 4,549,955[۵۰])
 China1,339,724,852[۱۱۶]30,000 (students)[۱۱۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Gibraltar29,441[۱۱۸]22,758 (77.3%[۱۱۹])
 Lithuania2,972,949[۱۲۰]28,297 (1%[۵۲] of 2,829,740[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Luxembourg524,8534,049 (1%[۴۹] of 404,907[۵۰])8,098 (2%[۵۱] of 404,907[۵۰])24,294 (6%[۵۲] of 404,907[۵۰])
 Russia143,400,000[۱۲۱]3,320[۶۷]3,320[۶۷]23,320[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Western Sahara513,000[۱۲۲]n.a.[۱۲۳]22,000[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Guam19,092[۱۲۴]
چوٙأ:Country data United States Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands16,788[۱۲۵]16,788[۶۷]16,788[۶۷]
 Latvia2,209,000[۱۲۶]13,943 (1%[۵۲] of 1,447,866[۵۰])
 Turkey73,722,988[۱۲۷]1,134[۶۷]1,134[۶۷]13,480[۶۷][۱۲۸]
 Cyprus2%[۵۲] of 660,400[۵۰]
 India1,210,193,422[۱۲۹]9,750 (students)[۱۳۰]
 Estonia9,457 (1%[۵۲] of 945,733[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Jamaica2,711,476[۱۳۱]8,000[۱۳۲]8,000[۱۳۲]8,000[۱۳۲]
 Namibia3,870[۱۳۳]
 مئصر3,500[۱۳۴]
 Malta3,354 (1%[۵۲] of 335,476[۵۰])
 European Union (excluding Spain)460,624,488[۱۳۵]2,397,000 (934,984 already counted)[۱۳۶]
Total7,430,000,000 (Total World Population)[۱۳۷]۴۶۰٬۷۱۱٬۰۶۱[۱۳۸][۱۱] (۶٫۲ %)[۱۳۹] ۴۹۷٬۰۰۲٬۳۲۹ [۱۱] (۶٫۶ % ) ۵۴۵٬۱۷۸٬۹۹۲ [۱۳۸][۱۱][۱۴۰] (۷٫۳ %)[۱۴۱]

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  47. According to the 1992 census, 50% use both Spanish and the indigenous language Guarani at home, 37% speak Guarani only, 7% speak Spanish only.findarticles.com. About 75 percent can speak Spanish.pressreference.com
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  50. ۵۰٫۰۰ ۵۰٫۰۱ ۵۰٫۰۲ ۵۰٫۰۳ ۵۰٫۰۴ ۵۰٫۰۵ ۵۰٫۰۶ ۵۰٫۰۷ ۵۰٫۰۸ ۵۰٫۰۹ ۵۰٫۱۰ ۵۰٫۱۱ ۵۰٫۱۲ ۵۰٫۱۳ ۵۰٫۱۴ ۵۰٫۱۵ ۵۰٫۱۶ ۵۰٫۱۷ ۵۰٫۱۸ ۵۰٫۱۹ ۵۰٫۲۰ ۵۰٫۲۱ ۵۰٫۲۲ ۵۰٫۲۳ ۵۰٫۲۴ ۵۰٫۲۵ ۵۰٫۲۶ ۵۰٫۲۷ ۵۰٫۲۸ ۵۰٫۲۹ ۵۰٫۳۰ ۵۰٫۳۱ ۵۰٫۳۲ ۵۰٫۳۳ ۵۰٫۳۴ ۵۰٫۳۵ ۵۰٫۳۶ ۵۰٫۳۷ ۵۰٫۳۸ ۵۰٫۳۹ ۵۰٫۴۰ ۵۰٫۴۱ Eurobarometr 2012 (page TS2): Population older than 15. (age scale used for the Eurobarometer survey)
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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
Fiji Hindi: Spanish bhasa
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
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