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The Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics currently has 58 official languages, as well as countless regional and foreign languages spoken within its borders.

Official languages

  1. Abkhaz
  2. Aghul
  3. Armenian
  4. Altay
  5. Avar
  6. Azeri
  7. Bashkir
  8. Belarusian
  9. Buryat
  10. Chechen
  11. Chukchi
  12. Chuvash
  13. Circassian
  14. Crimean Tatar[1]
  15. Dargwa
  16. Erzya
  17. Evenki
  18. Finnish
  19. Gagauz
  20. Ingush
  21. Khakas
  22. Kalmyk
  23. Karachay-Balkar
  24. Karakalpak
  25. Kazakh
  26. Khanty
  27. Komi
  28. Koryak
  29. Kumyk
  30. Kyrgyz
  31. Lak
  32. Lezgian
  33. Mansi
  34. Mari
  35. Moksha
  36. Moldavian[2]
  37. Nenets
  38. Nogai
  39. Ossetic
  40. Russian
  41. Rutul
  42. Tabasaran
  43. Tajik
  44. Talysh
  45. Tat
  46. Tatar[1]
  47. Tsakhur
  48. Turkmen
  49. Tuvan
  50. Udmurt
  51. Ukrainian
  52. Uzbek
  53. Yakut

Minority languages

  1. Estonian
  2. Georgian
  3. German
  4. Latvian
  5. Lithuanian
  6. Yiddish

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Crimean Tatar and (Kazan) Tatar are not to be confused as the same language.
  2. Moldavian is referred to as simply the Romanian language that uses the Cyrillic alphabet.

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