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This is why Û¸Û¸Û¸.com belongs in a Thread of NNNN's
11% of the World's Languages:
- Use #'s Û°Û±Û²Û³Û´ÛµÛ¶Û·Û¸Û¹ Instead of #'s 0123456789
- Grows up with a mathbook that use Û±+Û²=Û³ instead of 1+2=3
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If you select farsi in google translate you will not find (0123456789) on Arabic, Persian, Hebrew or Hindi Keyboards.
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Link of image to Google Translates Persian Keyboard Here

Now Accepting offers for
Farsi/Persian IDN NNN format.
Û¸Û¸Û¸.com (888.com)

Domain only accessible with Farsi/Persian text.
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Only Farsi/Persian allow NNN formatting.
*Arabic, Hebrew etc will require you to use LNL format (letters outside of numbers), NNN not allowed.
- Native speakers make up 1% of the worlds Native Speakers.



Here is the list of the top Native Language(s)
- Those Highlighted in Red use Û°Û±Û²Û³Û´ÛµÛ¶Û·Û¸Û¹ instead of 0123456789
- Chinese is somewhat similar as they have one letter characters for "one," but Persian and Arabic are different.
Û°Û±Û²Û³Û´ÛµÛ¶Û·Û¸Û¹ replace 0123456789


LanguageNative speakers
(millions)
% of world populationMainly spoken inNotes
Mandarin
官话
955*14.4%China, Taiwan, SingaporePart of Chinese language family
Spanish
Español
407*6.15%Spain, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile,
Colombia Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador,
El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Equatorial Guinea, Western Sahara
Mutually intelligible with Portuguese[SUP][2][/SUP][SUP][3][/SUP][SUP][4][/SUP]
English359*5.43%United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, United States, Canada, Commonwealth of Nations
Hindi
हिन्दी
311*4.70%India, NepalPart of Hindi languages family. Includes approx. 100 million speakers of other Hindi languages not counted below. Mutually intelligible with Urdu.
Arabic
العربية
293*4.43%Arab LeagueThe Arabic language contains many different dialects. Most are mutually intelligible. See Varieties of Arabic
Portuguese
Português
216*3.27%Portugal, Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique , São Tomé and Príncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Timor-LesteMutually intelligible with Spanish[SUP][2][/SUP][SUP][3][/SUP][SUP][4][/SUP]
Bengali
বাংলা
206*3.11%Bangladesh, India (West Bengal, Tripura,Assam)
Russian
Русский
154*2.33%Russia, Ukraine, Commonwealth of Independent StatesPartially mutually intelligible with Ukrainian[SUP][5][/SUP] andBelarusian[SUP][5][/SUP]
Japanese
日本語
126*1.90%Japan
Punjabi
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
نجابی
102*1.44%India, Pakistan (Punjab region)
German
Deutsch
89*1.39%Germany, Austria, Belgium (Eupen-Malmedy), Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy (South Tirol)
Javanese
ꦧꦱꦗꦮ
821.25%Indonesia (Java)Javanese is the largest language without an official statusanywhere (and thus the largest minority language in the world), despite being used throughout Southeast Asia andSuriname.
Wu
吳語
吴语
801.20%China (Zhejiang, Shanghai, southern Jiangsu)Part of Chinese language family
Malay/Indonesian
Bahasa Melayu
Bahasa Indonesia
771.16%Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore
Telugu
తెలుగు
761.15%India (Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu,Karnataka, Puducherry)
Vietnamese
Tiếng Việt
761.14%Vietnam
Korean
한국어/조선말
761.14%South Korea, North Korea
French
Francais
741.12%France and its territories, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Gabon, Algeria, Mauritius, Senegal, Côte d'Ivoire, Francophonie
Marathi
मराठी
731.10%India (Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh,Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat)
Tamil
தமிழ்
701.06%India (Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Puducherry), Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius
Urdu
اُردُو
660.99%India, PakistanMutually intelligible with Hindi
Persian
فارسی
650.99%Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan
Turkish
Türkçe
630.95%Turkey, Cyprus
Italian
Italiano
590.90%Italy, Switzerland, San Marino
Cantonese
粤语
粵語
590.89%China (Guangdong (Canton), southernGuangxi), Hong Kong, MacauPart of Chinese language family
Thai
ภาษาไทย
560.85%Thailand
Gujarati
ગુજરાતી
490.74%India ( Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli)
Jin
晋语
480.72%China (Shanxi, parts of Inner Mongolia, Hebei,Henan, Shaanxi)Part of Chinese language family
Min Nan
闽南语
470.71%China (Fujian, Guangdong, Hainan), Taiwan, Malaysia, SingaporePart of Chinese language family
Polish
Język Polski
400.61%Poland
Pashto
پښتو
390.58%Afghanistan, Pakistan
Kannada
ಕನ್ನಡ
380.58%India (Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra)
Xiang
湘语
380.58%China (Hunan)Part of Chinese language family
Malayalam
മലയാളം
380.57%India (Kerala, Lakshadweep, Mahé)
Sundanese
ᮘᮞ ᮞᮥᮔ᮪ᮓ
380.57%Indonesia (Java)Sundanese is the second largest language (after Javanese)without an official status anywhere (not counting Chinese dialects such as Wu, Yue, Jin, Min Nan, Xiang).
Hausa
هَرْشَن هَوْسَ
340.52%Nigeria
Oriya
ଓଡ଼ିଆ
330.50%India (Odisha)
Burmese
မြန်မာစာ
330.50%Burma
Hakka
客家话
310.46%China (Southern)Part of Chinese language family
Ukrainian
українська мова
300.46%Ukraine
Bhojpuri
भोजपुरी
290.43%India (Bihar)Part of Bihari. This is only a fraction of the speakers; the others are counted under Hindi above.
Tagalog280.42%Philippines
Yoruba
èdè Yorùbá
280.42%Nigeria, Benin, Togo
Maithili
मैथिली, মৈথিলী
270.41%India (Bihar), NepalPart of Bihari. This is only a fraction of the speakers; the others are counted under Hindi above.
Swahili
Kiswahili
260.39%Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
Uzbek
Oʻzbek
Ўзбек
اوزبیک
260.39%Uzbekistan
Sindhi
سنڌي
सिन्धी
ਸਿੰਧੀ
260.39%India, Pakistan (Sindh)
Hebrew as well, but only has 5M native speakers in Israel so it's not on this list.
 
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