Americans speak 320 distinct languages, according to new detailed data from the Census Bureau. And here, Quartz reporter Nikhil Sonnad breaks down the findings, which estimate that more than 60 million Americans speak a language other than English at home.

The data also show which cities have the most linguistic diversity. New York is home to 192 distinct languages; Los Angeles, 185.

Spanish, spoken at home by more than 37 million Americans, is far and away the largest non-English language used in the US. It’s followed by “Chinese,” which probably mostly refers to Mandarin (even though that has its own category, confusingly enough).

And, just so you know: There are all of four Patwin speakers.

Check out the comprehensive list over at CityLab:

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