Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Comitatives and Instrumentals WALS
Name:Identity
Languages (114):
Conlangs (98):
Terkunan
Ayeri
Kelenala
inapo-sakai
Quenya
Sindarin
Rugian
Classical Arithide
Héhà
Eridanian
Ngengenoef
Vallese
Gwongbholu
Zhontós
Alopian
Eezee
Alpic
Solaric
Rossan
Zanese
Surang Jumbar
Paagnnyaglŝ
Classical Magorian
Phanyo
Thiuas
Denaden
Future English
Gac
Raig
Svørgska
Laroitian
Mekoshan
Dothraki
Qucheanya
Tsolyani
Tlaymyts
Korpasian
Ieteje
Isoldian
toka na musume
L'starfish Klam
Town Speech
Anikele
Omluuet
Okuna
Massalian
Maja
Nahakhontl
City Speech
Meditsrai
Sonorian
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Adejori
Shokitin
Attian
Enterdese
Kiitra
Sunbyaku
Adinjo
Old Palen
Vrkhazhian
Tumbian
Franglispan
Aingeljã
Caryatic

In fact, I never officially decided how comitatives are expressed in Caryatic. But as the instrumental postposition -sa derives from PIE *sm̥, a comitative "with," it is probably safe to assume the language merges the two.

Proto-Toroq
Traup
Old Greedian
Derovian
Savvinic
Hy'Bae
Neoquux
Tnaaq
Suiacuili
South Germanic
Hux Kham
Velan
Valkanshia
Ensurti
Uropi
Omnizzabon
Jywe
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Pannonian
Firen
Gothish
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
TBD
Zheymi
griuskant
Seignuric
Lingua Franca Nova
Pandunia (Inflected)
Menxháo
Unish
Hallon

Natlangs (16):
English
French
Turkish
Ewe
German
Greek (Modern)
Hausa
Hebrew (Modern)
Ju|'hoan
Ket
Khoekhoe
Latvian
Persian
Quechua (Imbabura)
Sango
Irish