Different languages are spoken in different regions. Do you know how many people speak Tibetan? 1.20 million people speak Tibetan language worldwide. These ethnic group speaking Tibetan is tibetan people and International Phonetic Alphabet IPA of Tibetan is Not Available. Find if Tibetan is one of the Most Spoken Languages. How many people speak Tibetan gives you total count of Tibetan speaking population in millions and in percentage worldwide. Are you interested in finding the countries that speak Tibetan, then check Tibetan Speaking Countries and get to know all the Tibetan countries.
Here you get to know how many people speak Tibetan in percentage. The Tibetan speaking population is Not Available. Tibetan Speaking Population is the percentage of world population speaking Tibetan language. Along with this, you can also find the dialects in Tibetan spoken in various regions under Tibetan Dialects. Chinese, Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world and is at the top place.
You will get to know second language speakers of Tibetan language as well as native Tibetan Speakers under how many people speak Tibetan language. There is an estimate that there are almost 1.20 million native speakers of Tibetan language. Some languages have relatively large populations of native speakers and on other hand some languages have small population of native speakers. There is no estimate available of people speaking Tibetan as second language. The number of second language speakers mentioned in how many people speak Tibetan are those whose native language is minority language of country in which they live. They learn the second language because it is official language of the country where they reside.
How many people speak Tibetan serves you with native name of Tibetan language. The native name of Tibetan is བོད་སྐད་ (pö-gay). Native names are the local names for the languages. The native names of the languages are used by the native speakers of that language. The alternative names of Tibetan are Bhotia, Dbus, Dbusgtsang, Phoke, Tibetan, U, Wei, Weizang, Zang. The German and French names for Tibetan language is as follows:
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