Incubator:ISO 639

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Wikimedia does not decide for itself what is a language and what is a dialect. We follow the ISO 639 standard. Every Wikimedia language edition is required to have a valid ISO 639-1 or ISO 639-3 code. Every language with an ISO 639-1 code also has an ISO 639-3 code, but not vice versa.

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Here are some links to lists of those codes.

See also