Caribbean

Saint Martin Sint Maarten Saint Barthélemy Dominica St. Christopher and Nevis British Virgin Islands Saint Lucia Montserrat Caribbean Netherlands Virgin Islands Curaçao Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Barbados Martinique Turks and Caicos Islands Cayman Islands Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Anguilla Guadeloupe Caribbean Netherlands Grenada Trinidad and Tobago The Bahamas Anguilla British Virgin Islands Sint Maarten Montserrat Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Martin Aruba Antigua and Barbuda Turks and Caicos Islands Virgin Islands, U.S. Haiti Bahamas Cuba Grenada Bahamas Cayman Islands Trinidad and Tobago Bahamas Bahamas Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Caribbean Netherlands Cuba Bahamas Haiti Curacao Saint Lucia Barbados Cuba Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Guadeloupe Dominica Martinique Guadeloupe Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Cuba Bahamas Trinidad and Tobago Puerto Rico Jamaica Haiti Dominican Republic Cuba

Caribbean

Population
43,061,330
Living Languages
23
Institutional: 2, Developing: 6, Vigorous: 10, In Trouble: 2, Dying: 3
 
 
For categories, see Development and Endangerment.

Anguilla

Population
14,900
Living Languages
2
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Antigua and Barbuda

Population
96,500
Living Languages
2
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Aruba

Population
112,000
Living Languages
5
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
4
Developing
0
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Bahamas

Population
386,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
2
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Barbados

Population
287,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
2
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

British Virgin Islands

Population
30,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
1
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Caribbean Netherlands

Population
26,200
Living Languages
6
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
4
Developing
1
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
1
Dying
0

Cayman Islands

Population
64,200
Living Languages
2
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
1
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Cuba

Population
11,210,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
1
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
0
Dying
1

Curacao

Population
160,000
Living Languages
5
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
2
Developing
2
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Dominica

Population
72,000
Living Languages
4
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
2
Developing
0
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
1
Dying
0

Dominican Republic

Population
10,500,000
Living Languages
5
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
3
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
0
Dying
1

Grenada

Population
113,000
Living Languages
4
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
2
In Trouble
0
Dying
1

Guadeloupe

Population
400,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
1
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Haiti

Population
11,123,000
Living Languages
4
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
2
Developing
0
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
1

Jamaica

Population
2,948,000
Living Languages
4
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
2
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
1
Dying
0

Martinique

Population
376,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
2
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Montserrat

Population
5,370
Living Languages
2
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Puerto Rico

Population
3,189,000
Living Languages
4
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
2
Developing
1
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
0
Dying
1

Saint Barthélemy

Population
9,960
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
1
Dying
1

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Population
52,800
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
1
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Saint Lucia

Population
182,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
2
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Saint Martin

Population
38,000
Living Languages
5
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
2
Developing
0
Vigorous
3
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Population
111,000
Living Languages
3
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
1
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Sint Maarten

Population
42,400
Living Languages
5
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
3
Developing
1
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0

Trinidad and Tobago

Population
1,364,000
Living Languages
7
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
2
Vigorous
3
In Trouble
0
Dying
1

Turks and Caicos Islands

Population
43,000
Living Languages
2
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
0
Vigorous
0
In Trouble
1
Dying
0

U.S. Virgin Islands

Population
105,000
Living Languages
4
Languages by Status
 
Institutional
1
Developing
2
Vigorous
1
In Trouble
0
Dying
0