Timor-Leste's two official languages are Portuguese and Tetum, and its two working languages are English and Indonesian. The country also has an estimated 32 indigenous languages: Tetun Prasa, Tetun Terik, Adabe, Atauran, Baikenu, Bekais, Bunak, Dadu’a, Fataluku, Galoli, Habun, Idalaka, Idate, Isni, Kairui, Kawaimina, Kemak, Lakalei, Lolein,
Makalero, Sa’ani, Makasai, Makuva, Mambai, Midiki, Nanaek, Naueti, Rahesuk, Raklungu, Resuk, Tokodede, and Waima’a.
The General Directorate of Statistics keeps statistics on how many people speak each Timorese language. For example, the census divides population by mother tongue and age. The latest language statistics, from 2015, can be found under the "Language" link on Volume 2 of the census publication.
Below are databases that contain articles on Timor-Leste's linguistic makeup.
These articles were all retrieved using a combination of simple keywords, such as "Timor-Leste," "East Timor," "língua portuguesa," and "Portuguese language."