- Associated Press - Saturday, July 5, 2014

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) - Languages and country or region in which they are spoken that Colorado courts officials say they have worked with in the last eight years:

Adangbe, Ghana

Afrikaans, South Africa

Akan, West Africa

Akateko, Guatemala

Albanian, Balkans

Algerian Arabic, Algeria

Amharic, Ethiopia and Eritrea

Anuak, Sudan

Arabic, Middle East

Sudanese Creole, Sudan

Armenian, Armenia

Awakateko, Guatemala

Azerbaijani, Azerbaijan and northwestern Iran

Bahnar, Vietnam

Bambara, central and southern Mali and surrounding countries

Belarusian, Belarus and Poland

Bemba, Zambia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania

Bengali, Bangladesh and India

Betawi, Indonesia

Bosnian, Balkans

Bulgarian, Bulgaria

Burmese, Burma, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore

Cambodian, Cambodia

Cantonese, China

Catalan, Spain

Cebuano, Philippines

Chaldean, Iraq

Chamorro, Guam

Chaochow, Brunei and China

Chavacano, Philippines

Cherokee, United States

Chin, China

Chinese, China

Chuj, Ixtatan, Guatemala

Chuukese, Micronesia

Cora, Mexico

Croatian, Croatia

Czech, Czech Republic

Dakota, United States

Danish, Denmark

Dari, Iran

Didinga, Sudan

Dinka, Sudan

Dioula, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Mali

Dutch, Netherlands

Dzongkha, Bhutan

Estonian, Estonia

Ewe, Ghana

Fanti, Ghana

Eastern Farsi, Afghanistan

Western Farsi, Iran

Fijian, Fiji

Filipino, Philippines

Finnish, Finland

Flemish, Belgium

Fon, Benin

French, France

Fujian, China, Taiwan

Fulah, Senegal, Mauritania and Niger

Fuzhou, China

Ga, Ghana

Gaddang, Philippines

Ganda, Uganda

Georgian, Georgia

Gikuyu, Kenya

Northern Grebo, Liberia

Greek, Greece

Gujarati, India

Haitian, Haiti

Hakka, China

Hausa, Nigeria

Hawaiian, Hawaii

Hebrew, Israel

Hiligaynon, Philippines

Hindi, India

Hmong, China and Laos

Hungarian, Hungary

Ibanag, Philippines

Icelandic, Iceland

Igbo, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon

Ilocano, Philippines

Indonesian, Indonesia

Italian, Italy

Ixil, Guatemala

Japanese, Japan

Jarai, Vietnamese

Javanese, Java

Jola-Fonyi, Senegal

Karen, Myanmar

Karenni, Myanmar

Kashmiri, India and Pakistan

Kayah, Myanmar

Kayan, Myanmar

Khmer, Cambodia

K’iche’, Guatemala

Kickapoo, United States and Mexico

Kikuyu, Kenya

Kinyarwanda, Rwanda

Kirundi, Burundi

Kiswahili, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda

Korean, South Korea

Krahn, Liberia and Ivory Coast

Krio, Sierra Leone

Krobu, Ivory Coast

Kunama, Eritrea and Ethiopia

Kurdish, Iraq

Lahu, China

Lakota, United States

Lao, Laos

Latvian, Latvia

Liberian English, Liberia

Lingala, Congo

Lithuanian, Lithuania

Lu Mien, China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand

Luxembourgeois, Luxembourg

Macedonian, Macedonia

Malagasy, Madagascar

Malay, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Timor-Leste

Malayalam, India

Maltese, Malta

Northern Mam, Guatemala

Mandarin, China

Mandinka, Senegal

Mankon, Cameroon

Marathi, India

Marshallese, Marshall Islands

Yucatan Maya, Mexico

Mende, Sierra Leone

Mongolian, Mongolia

Moore, Burkina Faso

Moroccan Arabic, Morocco

Nahuatl, Mexico

Navajo, United States

Neopolitan, Italy

Nepali, Nepal

Nigerian Pidgin, Nigeria

Norwegian, Norway

Nuer, Sudan

Ojibwa, Canada

Oromo, Ethiopia

Palauan,Palau

Pampangan, Philippines

Pangasinan, Philippines

Eastern Panjabi, India and Pakistan

Mirpur Panjabi, India

Western Panjabi, Pakistan

Pao, India

Papiamentu, Netherlands Antilles

Central Pashto, Pakistan

Northern Pashto, Pakistan

Southern Pashto, Pakistan

Persian, Iran

Pohnpeian, Micronesia

Polish, Poland

Portuguese, Portugal

Pulaar, Senegal

Pushto, Pakistan

Q’anjob’al, Guatemala and Mexico

Quechua, Peru

Rohingya, Myanmar

Romanian, Romania

Russian, Russia

Rwanda, Rwanda

Samoan, Samoa

Sango, Central African Republic

Serbian, Serbia

Serbo-Croatian, Serbia

Shanghainese, China

Shona, Zimbabwe and Zambia

Sichuanese, China

Sicilian, Italy

Sindhi, Pakistan

Sinhala, Sri Lanka

Slovak, Slovakia

Slovene, Slovenian

Somali, Somalia

Soninke, Mali

Spanish, Spain, et al

Susu, Guinea

Swahili, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda

Swedish, Sweden

Tagalog, Philippines

Taiwanese, Taiwan

Tajiki, Tajikistan

Tamil, India

Telugu, India

Thai, Thailand

Amdo Tibetan, China

Central Tibetan, China

Khams Tibetan, China

Tigre, Eritrea

Tigrigna, Ethiopia

Tojolab’al, Mexico

Tongan, Tonga

Tosk, Albania and Greece

Tunisian Arabic, Tunisia

Turkish, Turkey

Twi, Ghana

Ukrainian, Ukraine

Urdu, Pakistan

Uzbek, Uzbekistan

Vietnamese, Vietnam

Wolof, Senegal

Xiang Chinese, China

Yiddish, Israel

Yoruba, Nigeria

Zapotec, Mexico

Zuni, United States

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