ISO 639 : Lingvokodoj


ISO 639-1 is the alpha-2 (two-letter) code, established in 1988.

ISO 639-2 is the alpha-3 (three-letter) code, established in 1998.
Its set of languages is a superset of those in the alpha-2 standard.

The following table is sorted by alpha-3 codes. It is uptodate as of 17 March 2002. When a language has two alpha-3 codes, the bibliographic code is shown first, the terminology code second.

Many of the Esperanto names for alpha-2 codes were drawn from the Lingvokodoj table on pages 22 and 23 of Litova Stelo #144, Marto-Aprilo 2002: Ĉi-sube vi trovos kodojn... laŭ internacia normo ISO 639. La tabelo estas prenita el "Poŝ-atlaso de Monda Turismo" (Bydgoszcz, 2001).

aar aa Afar [afara]
abk ab Abkhazian [abĥaza]
ace   Achinese
ach   Acoli
ada   Adangme
afa   Afro-Asiatic (Other)
afh   Afrihili
afr af Afrikaans [afrikansa]
aka   Akan
akk   Akkadian
alb / sqi sq Albanian [albana]
ale   Aleut
alg   Algonquian languages
amh am Amharic [amhara]
ang   English, Old (ca.450-1100)
apa   Apache languages
ara ar Arabic [araba]
arc   Aramaic
arm / hye hy Armenian [armena]
arn   Araucanian
arp   Arapaho
art   Artificial (Other)
arw   Arawak
asm as Assamese [asama]
ast   Asturian; Bable
ath   Athapascan languages
aus   Australian languages
ava   Avaric
ave ae Avestan [avesta]
awa   Awadhi
aym ay Aymara [ajmara]
aze az Azerbaijani [azera]
bad   Banda
bai   Bamileke languages
bak ba Bashkir [baŝkira]
bal   Baluchi
bam   Bambara
ban   Balinese
baq / eus eu Basque [eŭska, vaska]
bas   Basa
bat   Baltic (Other)
bej   Beja
bel be Belarusian [belorusa]
bem   Bemba
ben bn Bengali [bengala]
ber   Berber (Other)
bho   Bhojpuri
bih bh Bihari [bihara]
bik   Bikol
bin   Bini
bis bi Bislama [bislama]
bla   Siksika
bnt   Bantu (Other)
tib / bod bo Tibetan [tibeta]
bos bs Bosnian [bosnia]
bra   Braj
bre br Breton [bretona]
btk   Batak (Indonesia)
bua   Buriat
bug   Buginese
bul bg Bulgarian [bulgara]
bur / mya my Burmese [birma]
cad   Caddo
cai   Central American Indian (Other)
car   Carib
cat ca Catalan [kataluna]
cau   Caucasian (Other)
ceb   Cebuano
cel   Celtic (Other)
cze / ces cs Czech [ĉeĥa]
cha ch Chamorro [ĉamora]
chb   Chibcha
che ce Chechen [ĉeĉena]
chg   Chagatai
chi / zho zh Chinese [ĉina]
chk   Chuukese
chm   Mari
chn   Chinook jargon
cho   Choctaw
chp   Chipewyan
chr   Cherokee
chu cu Old Slavonic; Old Bulgarian; Old Church Slavonic [slavona, eklezi-slava]
chv cv Chuvash [ĉuvaŝa]
chy   Cheyenne
cmc   Chamic languages
cop   Coptic
cor kw Cornish [kornvala]
cos co Corsican [korsika]
cpe   Creoles and pidgins, English based (Other)
cpf   Creoles and pidgins, French-based (Other)
cpp   Creoles and pidgins, Portuguese-based (Other)
cre   Cree
crp   Creoles and pidgins (Other)
cus   Cushitic (Other)
wel / cym cy Welsh [kimra]
cze / ces cs Czech [ĉeĥa]
dak   Dakota
dan da Danish [dana]
day   Dayak
del   Delaware
den   Slave (Athapascan)
ger / deu de German [germana]
dgr   Dogrib
din   Dinka
div   Divehi
doi   Dogri
dra   Dravidian (Other)
dua   Duala
dum   Dutch, Middle (ca.1050-1350)
dut / nld nl Dutch [nederlanda]
dyu   Dyula
dzo dz Dzongkha [dzonka, druka]
efi   Efik
egy   Egyptian (Ancient)
eka   Ekajuk
gre / ell el Greek, Modern (1453-) [helena, greka]
elx   Elamite
eng en English [angla]
enm   English, Middle (1100-1500)
epo eo Esperanto [Esperanto]
est et Estonian [estona]
baq / eus eu Basque [eŭska, vaska]
ewe   Ewe
ewo   Ewondo
fan   Fang
fao fo Faroese [feroa]
per / fas fa Persian [persa]
fat   Fanti
fij fj Fijian [fiĝia]
fin fi Finnish [finna]
fiu   Finno-Ugrian (Other)
fon   Fon
fre / fra fr French [franca]
frm   French, Middle (ca.1400-1800)
fro   French, Old (842-ca.1400)
fry fy Frisian [frisa]
ful   Fulah
fur   Friulian
gaa   Ga
gay   Gayo
gba   Gbaya
gem   Germanic (Other)
geo / kat ka Georgian [kartvela]
ger / deu de German [germana]
gez   Geez
gil   Gilbertese
gla gd Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic [skot-gaela]
gle ga Irish [irland-gaela]
glg gl Gallegan [galega]
glv gv Manx [manksa]
gmh   German, Middle High (ca.1050-1500)
goh   German, Old High (ca.750-1050)
gon   Gondi
gor   Gorontalo
got   Gothic
grb   Grebo
grc   Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
gre / ell el Greek, Modern (1453-) [helena, greka]
grn gn Guarani [gvarana]
guj gu Gujarati [guĝarata]
gwi   Gwich´in
hai   Haida
hau ha Hausa [haŭsa]
haw   Hawaiian
heb he Hebrew [hebrea]
her hz Herero [herera]
hil   Hiligaynon
him   Himachali
hin hi Hindi [hinda]
hit   Hittite
hmn   Hmong
hmo ho Hiri Motu [hirimotua]
scr / hrv hr Croatian [kroata]
hun hu Hungarian [hungara]
hup   Hupa
arm / hye hy Armenian [armena]
iba   Iban
ibo   Igbo
ice / isl is Icelandic [islanda]
ido io Ido
ijo   Ijo
iku iu Inuktitut [inuka]
ile ie Interlingue (Occidental) [interlingveo]
ilo   Iloko
ina ia Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association) [interlingvao]
inc   Indic (Other)
ind id Indonesian [indonezia]
ine   Indo-European (Other)
ipk ik Inupiaq [inupiaka]
ira   Iranian (Other)
iro   Iroquoian languages
ice / isl is Icelandic [islanda]
ita it Italian [itala]
jav jv Javanese [java]
jpn ja Japanese [japana]
jpr   Judeo-Persian
jrb   Judeo-Arabic
kaa   Kara-Kalpak
kab   Kabyle
kac   Kachin
kal kl Kalaallisut [gronlanda]
kam   Kamba
kan kn Kannada [kannada]
kar   Karen
kas ks Kashmiri [kaŝmira]
geo / kat ka Georgian [kartvela]
kau   Kanuri
kaw   Kawi
kaz kk Kazakh [kazaĥa]
kha   Khasi
khi   Khoisan (Other)
khm km Khmer [ĥmera]
kho   Khotanese
kik ki Kikuyu; Gikuyu [kikuja]
kin rw Kinyarwanda [ruanda]
kir ky Kirghiz [kirgiza]
kmb   Kimbundu
kok   Konkani
kom kv Komi [komia]
kon   Kongo
kor ko Korean [korea]
kos   Kosraean
kpe   Kpelle
kro   Kru
kru   Kurukh
kua kj Kuanyama; Kwanyama [kvanjama]
kum   Kumyk
kur ku Kurdish [kurda]
kut   Kutenai
lad   Ladino
lah   Lahnda
lam   Lamba
lao lo Lao [laosa]
lat la Latin [latina]
lav lv Latvian [latva]
lez   Lezghian
lin ln Lingala [lingala]
lit lt Lithuanian [litova]
lol   Mongo
loz   Lozi
ltz lb Luxembourgish; Letzeburgesch [leceburga]
lua   Luba-Lulua
lub   Luba-Katanga
lug   Ganda
lui   Luiseno
lun   Lunda
luo   Luo (Kenya and Tanzania)
lus   lushai
mac / mkd mk Macedonian [makedona]
mad   Madurese
mag   Magahi
mah mh Marshallese [marŝalia]
mai   Maithili
mak   Makasar
mal ml Malayalam [malajalama]
man   Mandingo
mao / mri mi Maori [maoria]
map   Austronesian (Other)
mar mr Marathi [marata]
mas   Masai
may / msa ms Malay [malaja]
mdr   Mandar
men   Mende
mga   Irish, Middle (900-1200)
mic   Micmac
min   Minangkabau
mis   Miscellaneous languages
mac / mkd mk Macedonian [makedona]
mkh   Mon-Khmer (Other)
mlg mg Malagasy [malagasa]
mlt mt Maltese [malta]
mnc   Manchu
mni   Manipuri
mno   Manobo languages
moh   Mohawk
mol mo Moldavian [moldava]
mon mn Mongolian [mongola]
mos   Mossi
mao / mri mi Maori [maoria]
may / msa ms Malay [malaja]
mul   Multiple languages
mun   Munda languages
mus   Creek
mwr   Marwari
bur / mya my Burmese [birma]
myn   Mayan languages
nah   Nahuatl
nai   North American Indian
nau na Nauru [naura]
nav nv Navajo; Navaho [navaha]
nbl nr Ndebele, South; South Ndebele [ndebela (suda)]
nde nd Ndebele, North; North Ndebele [ndebela (norda)]
ndo ng Ndonga [ndonga]
nds   Low German; Low Saxon; German, Low; Saxon, Low
nep ne Nepali [nepala]
new   Newari
nia   Nias
nic   Niger-Kordofanian (Other)
niu   Niuean
dut / nld nl Dutch [nederlanda]
non   Norse, Old
nor no Norwegian [norvega]
nno nn Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian [norvega]
nob nb Norwegian Bokmål; Bokmål, Norwegian [norvega]
nso   Sotho, Northern
nub   Nubian languages
nya ny Chichewa; Chewa; Nyanja [njanĵa, ĉiĉeva]
nym   Nyamwezi
nyn   Nyankole
nyo   Nyoro
nzi   Nzima
oci oc Occitan (post 1500); Provençal [okcitana, provenca]
oji   Ojibwa
ori or Oriya [orija]
orm om Oromo [oroma, galla]
osa   Osage
oss os Ossetian; Ossetic [oseta]
ota   Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928)
oto   Otomian languages
paa   Papuan (Other)
pag   Pangasinan
pal   Pahlavi
pam   Pampanga
pan pa Panjabi [penĝaba]
pap   Papiamento
pau   Palauan
peo   Persian, Old (ca.600-400 B.C.)
per / fas fa Persian [persa]
phi   Philippine (Other)
phn   Phoenician
pli pi Pali [palia]
pol pl Polish [pola]
pon   Pohnpeian
por pt Portuguese [portugala]
pra   Prakrit languages
pro   Provençal, Old (to 1500)
pus ps Pushto [puŝtua]
qaa-qtz   Reserved for local use
que qu Quechua [keĉua]
raj   Rajasthani
rap   Rapanui
rar   Rarotongan
roa   Romance (Other)
roh rm Raeto-Romance [(reto)romanĉa]
rom   Romany
rum / ron ro Romanian [rumana]
run rn Rundi [runda]
rus ru Russian [rusa]
sad   Sandawe
sag sg Sango [sangoa]
sah   Yakut
sai   South American Indian (Other)
sal   Salishan languages
sam   Samaritan Aramaic
san sa Sanskrit [sanskrito]
sas   Sasak
sat   Santali
scc / srp sr Serbian [serba]
sco   Scots
scr / hrv hr Croatian [kroata]
sel   Selkup
sem   Semitic (Other)
sga   Irish, Old (to 900)
sgn   Sign Languages
shn   Shan
sid   Sidamo
sin si Sinhalese [sinhala]
sio   Siouan languages
sit   Sino-Tibetan (Other)
sla   Slavic (Other)
slo / slk sk Slovak [slovaka]
slv sl Slovenian [slovena]
sma   Southern Sami
sme se Northern Sami [samea, lapona]
smi   Sami languages (Other)
smj   Lule Sami
smn   Inari Sami
smo sm Samoan [samoa]
sms   Skolt Sami
sna sn Shona [ŝona]
snd sd Sindhi [sinda]
snk   Soninke
sog   Sogdian
som so Somali [somala]
son   Songhai
sot st Sotho, Southern [sota]
spa es Spanish; Castilian [hispana, kastilia]
alb / sqi sq Albanian [albana]
srd sc Sardinian [sarda]
scc / srp sr Serbian [serba]
srr   Serer
ssa   Nilo-Saharan (Other)
ssw ss Swati [svata]
suk   Sukuma
sun su Sundanese [sunda]
sus   Susu
sux   Sumerian
swa sw Swahili [svahila]
swe sv Swedish [sveda]
syr   Syriac
tah ty Tahitian [tahitia]
tai   Tai (Other)
tam ta Tamil [tamila]
tat tt Tatar [tatara]
tel te Telugu [teluga]
tem   Timne
ter   Tereno
tet   Tetum
tgk tg Tajik [taĝika]
tgl tl Tagalog [tagaloga]
tha th Thai [taja]
tib / bod bo Tibetan [tibeta]
tig   Tigre
tir ti Tigrinya [tigrinja]
tiv   Tiv
tkl   Tokelau
tli   Tlingit
tmh   Tamashek
tog   Tonga (Nyasa)
ton to Tonga (Tonga Islands) [tonga]
tpi   Tok Pisin
tsi   Tsimshian
tsn tn Tswana [cvana]
tso ts Tsonga [conga]
tuk tk Turkmen [turkmena]
tum   Tumbuka
tup   Tupi languages
tur tr Turkish [turka]
tut   Altaic (Other)
tvl   Tuvalu
twi tw Twi [tvia]
tyv   Tuvinian
uga   Ugaritic
uig ug Uighur [ujgura]
ukr uk Ukrainian [ukraina]
umb   Umbundu
und   Undetermined
urd ur Urdu [urdua]
uzb uz Uzbek [uzbeka]
vai   Vai
ven   Venda
vie vi Vietnamese [vjeta]
vol vo Volapük [volapuko]
vot   Votic
wak   Wakashan languages
wal   Walamo
war   Waray
was   Washo
wel / cym cy Welsh [kimra]
wen   Sorbian languages
wln wa Walloon
wol wo Wolof [volofa]
xho xh Xhosa [ksosa]
yao   Yao
yap   Yapese
yid yi Yiddish [jida]
yor yo Yoruba [joruba]
ypk   Yupik languages
zap   Zapotec
zen   Zenaga
zha za Zhuang; Chuang [ĝuanga]
chi / zho zh Chinese [ĉina]
znd   Zande
zul zu Zulu [zulua]
zun   Zuni
22 Aprilo 2003 modifita, de Ailanto verkita.