Bibles in France

All languages with and without a free Bible Translation in France
The flag of France
Country code: FR
Local name: France
Total population: 65,273,511

The map shows only major languages originating from France and neighboring territories.

There are 89 languages spoken in France.

19 languages are extinct, almost extinct or moribund.

The Bible has been translated into 16 languages and 54 significant languages remains to be translated.

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Bible Translations in France

Significant languages in France with at least one free Bible translation: Breton, German, Saint Lucian Creole French, Turkish, Vietnamese, Wolof, Italian, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, Carpathian Romani, Dutch, Esperanto, Vlax Romani and Iranian Persian.

Significant languages in France without a free Bible translation: Arpitan, Corsican, Occitan (post 1500), Picard, Algerian Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, Tunisian Arabic, Armenian, Western Armenian, Basque, Caló, Catalan, Western Cham, Swiss German, Hmong Daw, Kabuverdianu, Kabyle, Khmer, Ligurian, Luxembourgish, Morisyen, Pfaelzisch, Sinte Romani, Central Atlas Tamazight, Vlaams, Aragonese, Walloon, Western Yiddish, Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, Adyghe, Balkan Romani, Baltic Romani, Bouyei, Chru, Eastern Yiddish, Iu Mien, Judeo-Moroccan Arabic, Kalo Finnish Romani, Khmu, Kirmanjki (individual language), Lao, Lave, Laz, Mandjak, Northern Kurdish, Swabian, Tachelhit, Tai Dam, Tai Dón, Tai Nüa, Tày, Walser, Welsh Romani and Zeeuws.

If you know of a free Bible Translation in France, not listed here, please let us know!