The people of
speak Arabic, Kurdish (official), Turkoman, Assyrian, and Armenian.
There are a number of languages spoken in Iraq, but Mesopotamian Arabic (Iraqi
Arabic) is by far the most widely spoken in the country.
The number of individual languages listed for Iraq is 23. All are living languages.
Of these, 14 are indigenous and 9 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 4 are ...
13,400,000 in Iraq (2014 J. Leclerc). Total users in all countries: 15,379,000.
Status: 3 (Wider communication). De facto national working language. Alternate ...
Description and figures on Iraq's languages. Article in the LookLex /
Location: Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iran and Kuwait.
Geographic coordinates: 33 00 N, 44 00 E. Map references: Middle East. Area:
Guide to Iraq and Iraqi culture, society, language, etiquette, customs, manners
Mainly Arabic and Kurdish (northern Iraq). They are the main official languages.
Arabic is the most widely spoken language though. Actually, Iraq is the only ...
History, language and culture guide for Iraq including key historical events,
information on the spoken languages, useful phrases, social conventions,
Arabic (Iraqi). Iraq is a country of extremely rich multiculturalism and history -- and
unsurprisingly, the language that is primarily spoken there today is just as ...