European languagesindigenous languages of Europe belong to the Indo-European language family. The scope of this article also includes languages spoken outside of continental Europe that linguistically belong to European language families (such as Afrikaans, Pennsylvania German and Persian).
These languages were artificially created ("planned").
Spoken in Northern Italy before the Roman rule, now extinct.
Most European languages are Indo-European languages. This large language-family is descended from a common language that was spoken thousands of years ago, which is referred to as Proto-Indo-European.
(descending from Gothic)
Others of note
These are languages of non-European origins which are spoken in parts of Europe.