(ייִדיש ,יידיש or אידיש) is a Germanic language spoken by the Ashkenazi
Jewish people. It is written in Hebrew script, and mixes a Germanic base with elements of Hebrew, Aramaic, Slavic and Romance languages.
The Sicilian language (Sicilianu or Siculu), also known as Calabro-Sicilian, is a Romance language spoken in Sicily and the south of the Italic peninsula. Sicilian has the olderst literary tradition of the Italic languages.
Judeo-Spanish, also called Djudezmo or Ladino, is a language derived from Old Spanish, with vocabulary fom Hebrew and Aramaic, and elements from the other Romance languages of the Iberian peninsula. Spoken by Sephardim Jewish people in more than 30 countries (most of them in Israel and the former Ottoman Empire), it’s recognised as a minority language in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, France and Turkey.
Sami or Saami is a group of Uralic languages spoken by the Sami people of Northern Europe. They live in the Artic area called Sápmi, which is administratively divided in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.
The Kaqchikel or Kaqchiquel language
is a Mayan language spoken by the indigenous Kaqchikel people in central Guatemala. This language is now taught in public schools through Guatemala’s intercultural bilingual education programmes.
Rusyn (русиньска бесїда or русиньскый язык), or Carpatho-Rusyn, is an Eastern Slavic language spoken by the Rusyn people from the region of Central and Eastern Euope administratedly divided in the Transcarpathian Region (Ukraine), northeastern Slovakia, Vojvodina (Serbia), southeastern Poland, Hungary, and northern Maramureș (Romania).
The Tamazight languages are a family of similar and closely related languages and dialects indigenous to North Africa. Originally written in the Tifinagh alphabet (which Amazigh activists are going back to), Tamazight has historically also been written in other alphabets like the Latin and Arabic ones.
Manchu (ᠮᠠᠨᠵᡠ ᡤᡳᠰᡠᠨ manju gisun) is a severily endangered language spoken in Manchuria. It was the language of the Qing dynasty, but over the last centuries has been replaced by the imposition of Mandarin Chinese.