Languages of ArubaSee language map.
Aruba. 71,218. National or official language: Dutch. Government has been autonomous since 1986 from Netherlands Antilles. By agreement of all parties, it remains part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Also includes Spanish (9,700), Sranan. The number of languages listed for Aruba is 3. Of those, all are living languages.
Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, Low Saxon-Low Franconian, Low Franconian
Dialects: Aruba English.
Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, English
60,000 in Aruba (1999).
Alternate names: Papiamento, Papiam, Curaçoleño, Curassese, Papiamentoe.
Classification: Creole, Iberian based