Category:Simple Clauses
Feature:Zero Copula for Predicate Nominals WALS
Name:Possible
Languages (195):
Conlangs (150):
Kamakawi
Qþyn|gài
SASXSEK
Livagian [phonologically]
Poswa
Naidda
Kelenala
Sa'nakkan
Zhyler
Hasu Khomiyo
Ayeri
Sindarin
Ghaf
Raitoliste
Classical Arithide
Toki Pona
Ngengenoef
Celíminé
Gogido
Shsiwhe Luwur
'Yemls
Velyan
Wenedyk
Tinzirean
Annese
Taruven
Alopian
Longrimol
Fila
Nova
SIAL
project 1
Reisu
Neimalu
Itra Kir
Waku Zero copula may be used to express identity.
Kono Mai
matorian
Ishtol
Kazujisha
TIAL
Uirian
Thiuas
Toilan
Lemohai
Ampizd
Uzkian
Gac
Ngaru
Aaro
Ataican
Dothraki
Fictish
Neo-Fictish
Dahu
Celdirin
Qucheanya
Ozavakve
Baranxe'i
Zorillo
Standard Ancaron
Lonmai Luna
Salhari
Sakawi
Nevotak

There are no copulas in Nevotak.

Gonjonic
Tlaymyts
Korpasian
Arroe
yiqa' yiywos
toka na musume

no copulae exist

Nayraki
Town Speech
Mithara
ProConlang
Poeplish
Mandalorian
Kiswona
Hercsex
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Alakulian
Modern low Ponuhi
Tatari Faran
Başam
Austrian
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Ancient
Thensarian
Snahhian
Tizian
Netagin In fact, there is no copula at all (the tense can be represented by pre-nominal clitics).
Alashian
Coral Reef language
clikli dialect
Ilaini
Levran E.g. 'se láre (this) he táki (stone)' = this is a stone/ these are stones.
Haneko
Kamëzet
Sazhir
Sunbyaku
Tumbian
Vitran
Achiyitqan
Minhast
Old Arassenian
Proto-Toroq
Traup
Old Greedian
Vtayn
Hy'Bae
Qhirem
Laadan
Necarasso Cryssesa
Cheklomino
Ba'eni
Ame language
Classical Uraki
Hux Kham
Thuun
bal'ukbar
Abasut
Tasza
diSellat
Kirronga
Leom
Red Creek
Thulean
Thosk
Common Honey
Kolyma Ainu
Sape
Kagian
Touijab Kikxot
Illicraic
INS
Dearean
Ilcharotic
Voksigid
Kayronic
Westlandish
Nylaf
Pandunia (Inflected)
Esata
Bologau
Chlouvanem
Huttese (fanmade)
Hallon
Choton
Tangachi

Natlangs (45):
Hungarian
Indonesian
Russian
Arabic (Egyptian)
Amele
Arapesh
Asmat
Bagirmi
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burmese
Canela-Kraho
Epena Pedee
Evenki
Guarani
Hebrew (Modern)
Hixkaryana
Imonda
Iraqw
Kewa
Khalkha
Khmer
Kilivila
Kannada
Kanuri
Kobon
Latvian
Maori
Maung
Mangarrayi
Nivkh
Oromo (Harar)
Paumari
Quechua (Imbabura)
Rama
Shipibo-Konibo
Sanuma
Thai
Tiwi
Tukang Besi
Vietnamese
Yagua
Yaqui
Polish
Nenets
Urubu-Kaapor