The World Loanword Database (WOLD) edited by Martin Haspelmath and Uri Tadmor, is a scientific publication by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig (2009). It provides vocabularies (mini-dictionaries of about 1000-2000 entries) of 41 languages from around the world, with comprehensive information about the loanword status of each word. It allows users to find loanwords, source words and donor languages in each of the 41 languages, but also makes it easy to compare loanwords across languages.

The WOLD has vocabularies with loanword status for these languages (listed at Language):

Language Vocabulary (link to WOLD)
Swahili Vocabulary Swahili
Iraqw Vocabulary Iraqw
Gawwada Vocabulary Gawwada
Hausa Vocabulary Hausa
Kanuri Vocabulary Kanuri
Tarifit Vocabulary Tarifyit Berber
Seychellois Creole Vocabulary Seychelles Creole
Romanian Vocabulary Romanian
Selice Romani Vocabulary Selice Romani
Lower Sorbian Vocabulary Lower Sorbian
Old High German Vocabulary Old High German
Dutch Vocabulary Dutch
English Vocabulary English
Kildin Saami Vocabulary Kildin Saami
Bezhta Vocabulary Bezhta
Archi Vocabulary Archi
Manange (390 (2011)) Vocabulary Manange
Ket (20 (2019)) Vocabulary Ket
Yakut Vocabulary Sakha
Oroqen (1,200 (2009)) Vocabulary Oroqen
Japanese Vocabulary Japanese
Mandarin Vocabulary Mandarin Chinese
Thai Vocabulary Thai
Vietnamese Vocabulary Vietnamese
Hmong Vocabulary White Hmong
Ceq Wong (460 (2008)) Vocabulary Ceq Wong
Indonesian Vocabulary Indonesian
Malagasy Vocabulary Malagasy
Takia Vocabulary Takia
Hawaiian Vocabulary Hawaiian
Gurindji (240 (2009)) Vocabulary Gurindji
Yaqui Vocabulary Yaqui
Tzotzil Vocabulary Zinacantán Tzotzil
Q'eqchi' Vocabulary Q'eqchi'
Otomi Vocabulary Otomi
Saramaccan Vocabulary Saramaccan
Imbabura Vocabulary Imbabura Quechua
Carib Vocabulary Kali'na
Hup (1700 (2007)) Vocabulary Hup
Wichí Vocabulary Wichí
Mapuche Language Vocabulary Mapudungun

The donor languages are:
Language or language group Language (with link to WOLD) (Language group)
Bantu Bantu (Niger-Congo)
Afro-Asiatic (Afro-Asiatic)
Ainu Ainu (Ainu, Ainu)
Akkadian Akkadian (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Alanian Alanian (Indo-European, Iranian)
Albanian Albanian (Indo-European, Albanian)
Ojibwa Algonquian (Powhatan) Algic)
Amharic Amharic (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Egyptian Egyptian (Afro-Asiatic)
Arabic Arabic (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Moroccan Arabic Arabic (Moroccan) (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Arawakan (Haiti) Arawakan (Haiti) (Arawakan)
Arawakan (Arawakan)
Armenian Armenian (Indo-European)
Indo-Portuguese Indo-Portuguese (Indo-European, Romance)
Assyrian Assyrian Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Austro-Asiatic (Austro-Asiatic)
Austronesian (Austronesian
Avaric Avar (Nakh-Daghestanian, Avar-Andic-Tsezic)
Aymara Aymara (Aymaran, Aymaran)
Azerbaijani Azerbaijani (Altaic, Turkic )
Balinese Balinese (Austronesian, Bali-Sasak)
Baltic (Baltic, Indo-European)
Banda Banda (Niger-Congo)
Banjarese Banjarese (Austronesian, Malayic)
Barbacoan (Barbacoan)
Bargam Bargam (Trans-New Guinea, Madang)
Bemba Bemba (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Bengali Bengali (Indo-European, Indic)
Benue-Congo Benue-Congo (Niger-Congo)
Berber Berber (Afro-Asiatic)
Bulgarian Bulgarian (Indo-European, Slavic)
Burushaski Burushaski (Burushaski, Burushaski)
Buryat Buryat (Mongolic)
Yue Chinese Cantonese (Sino-Tibetan, Chinese)
Carib Carib (Cariban, Cariban)
Celtic Celtic (Indo-European)
Central Tai Central Tai (Tai-Kadai)
Ch’ao-chou Ch’ao-chou (Sino-Tibetan, Chinese)
Ch’olan Ch’olan (Mayan)
Ch’olti’ Ch’olti’ (Mayan, Mayan)
Ch’orti’ Ch’orti’ (Mayan)
Chadic Chadic (Afro-Asiatic)
Cham Cham (Austronesian)
Chamic Chamic (Austronesian)
Chinese Chinese (Sino-Tibetan)
Southern Min Hokkien (Sino-Tibetan, Chinese)
Min Min (Sino-Tibetan, Chinese)
Northern Chinese Northern Chinese (Sino-Tibetan)
Ch'ol Chol (Mayan, Mayan)
Chontal Chontal (Tequistlatecan)
Chuj Chuj (Mayan, Mayan)
Latin Latin (Indo-European, Romance)
Classical Arabic Classical Arabic (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Classical Greek Classical Greek (Indo-European, Greek)
Germanic Germanic (Indo-European )
Comorian Comorian (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Coptic Coptic (Afro-Asiatic, Egyptian-Coptic)
Cuzco Quechua (Quechuan) Cuzco Quechua (Quechuan)
Czech Czech (Indo-European, Slavic)
Dagur Dagur (Altaic, Mongolic)
Datooga Datooga (Nilo-Saharan, Nilotic)
Dendi Dendi (Nilo-Saharan, Songhay)
Dharuk Dharuk (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Dravidian (Dravidian)
Madurese Madurese (Austronesian, Madurese )
Khmer Khmer (Austro-Asiatic, Khmer )
Turkic Turkic (Altaic )
East Turkic East Turkic (Altaic, Turkic)
Eastern Abenaki Eastern Abenaki (Algic, Algonquian)
Eastern Bantu Eastern Bantu (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Spanish Spanish (Indo-European, Romance)
(European Colonial Language) (European Colonial Language)
Evenki Evenki (Altaic, Tungusic)
Fennic Fennic (Uralic)
Fijian Fijian (Austronesian, Oceanic)
Finno-Ugric Finno-Ugric (Uralic )
Fon Fon (Niger-Congo, Kwa)
Frankish Frankish (Indo-European, Germanic )
French French (Indo-European, Romance)
Anglo-Norman French French (Anglo-Norman) Indo-European, Romance)
Old French Old French (Indo-European, Romance )
Picard French (Picard) (Indo-European, Romance )
Walloon French (Walloon) (Indo-European, Romance )
Fulah Ful Niger-Congo, Northern Atlantic )
Gaelic Gaelic (Indo-European, Celtic )
Gajirrabeng Gajirrabeng (Australian, Djeragan)
Gbe Gbe (Niger-Congo, Kwa)
Ge‘ez Ge‘ez (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Gedaged Gedaged (Austronesian, Oceanic)
Georgian Georgian (Kartvelian, Kartvelian)
German German (Indo-European, Germanic)
Austrian German German (Austrian) (Indo-European, Germanic)
Early New High German Early New High German (Indo-European, Germanic)
Low German Low German (Indo-European, Germanic )
Middle High German Middle High German (Indo-European, Germanic)
Middle Low German Middle Low German (Indo-European, Germanic)
New High German New High German (Indo-European, Germanic)
Upper Saxon German German (Upper Saxon) (Indo-European, Germanic)
East Middle German East Middle German (Indo-European, Germanic)
West Germanic West Germanic (Indo-European, Germanic)
Gothic Gothic (Indo-European, Germanic)
Tzeltal Greater Tzeltalan (Mayan)
Greek Greek (Indo-European, Greek)
Guarani Guaraní (Tupian, Tupi-Guaraní)
Gününa Yajüch Gününa Yajüch (Chon)
Guugu Yimidhirr Guugu Yimidhirr (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
French Guiana Creole Guyanese French Creole (Indo-European, Romance)
Hebrew Hebrew (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
High German High German (Indo-European, Germanic )
Hindi - Urdu Hindi-Urdu (Indo-European)
Arabic (Hispanic) Arabic (Hispanic) (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
(Hmong-Mien) (Hmong-Mien)
Huastec Huastec (Mayan, Mayan)
Hungarian Hungarian (Uralic, Ugric)
Igbo Igbo (Niger-Congo, Igboid)
Illyrian Illyrian (Indo-European)
English English (Indian) (Indo-European, Germanic)
Réunion Creole French (Indian Ocean) (Indo-European, Romance)
Arabic Arabic (Indian Ocean) Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
(Indo-European) (Indo-European)
Indo-Iranian Indo-Iranian (Indo-European)
Indo-Portuguese creoles Portuguese (Indian) (Indo-European, Romance)
Iranian Iranian (Indo-European)
Middle Persian Middle Persian (Indo-European)
Italian Italian (Indo-European, Romance)
Old Italian Old Italian (Indo-European, Romance)
Itzaj Itzaj (Mayan, Mayan)
Jah Hut Jah Hut (Austro-Asiatic, Aslian)
Jaminjung Jaminjung (Australian, Jaminjungan)
Jaru Jaru (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Javanese Javanese (Austronesian, Javanese)
Jingulu Jingulu (West Barkly)
K’iche’an K’iche’an (Mayan, Mayan)
Kalmyk Kalmyk (Altaic, Mongolic)
Kam-Sui Kam-Sui (Tai-Kadai)
Kannada Kannada (Dravidian, Southern Dravidian)
Karelian Karelian (Uralic, Finnic)
Karranga Karranga (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Kaurna Kaurna (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Khalkha Khalkha (Altaic, Mongolic)
Kija Kija (Djeragan)
Komi Komi (Uralic, Finnic)
Kongo Kongo (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Konso Konso (Afro-Asiatic, Eastern Cushitic)
Korean Korean (Korean, Korean)
Kabuverdianu Kriol (Indo-European, Germanic)
Kurdish Kurdish (Indo-European)
Lak Lak (Nakh-Daghestanian, Lak-Dargwa)
Lao Lao (Tai-Kadai, Kam-Tai)
Late Latin] Late Latin (Indo-European, Romance)
Medieval Latin Medieval Latin (Indo-European, Romance)
Vulgar Latin Vulgar Latin (Indo-European, Romance)
Nheengatú Nheengatú (Tupian)
Loango Loango (Bantoid)
Lolo-Burmese Lolo-Burmese (Sino-Tibetan)
Arabic Arabic (Maghrebi) (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Central Makhuwa Makua (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Malay Malay (Austronesian, Malayic )
Malayalam Malayalam (Dravidian, Southern Dravidian)
Wandala Malgwa (Afro-Asiatic, Biu-Mandara)
Mande Mande (Niger-Congo)
Mandinka Mandinka (Niger-Congo, Western Mande)
Maori Māori (Austronesian (Eastern Malayo-Polynesian), Oceanic)
Mauritian Creole French (Mauritian) (Indo-European, Romance)
Mende Mende (Niger-Congo, Western Mande)
Spanish Spanish (Mexican) (Indo-European, Romance)
Middle Chinese Middle Chinese (Sino-Tibetan)
Middle Dutch Middle Dutch (Indo-European, Germanic )
Middle French Middle French (Indo-European, Romance)
Middle Iranian Middle Iranian (Indo-European )
Middle Mon Middle Mon (Austro-Asiatic)
Middle North Germanic Middle North Germanic (Indo-European, Germanic)
Mikmaq Mikmaq (Algic, Algonquian)
Minangkabau Minangkabau (Austronesian, Malayic)
Miriwung Miriwung (Australian, Djeragan)
Mixe-Zoquean Mixe-Zoquean (Oto-Manguean)
Mocho Mocho (Mayan)
Khmer Modern Khmer (Austro-Asiatic)
Modern Mon Modern Mon (Austro-Asiatic)
Modern Mon Mon (Austro-Asiatic, Monic)
Mon-Khmer Mon-Khmer (Austro-Asiatic)
Mongolian Mongolian (Altaic, Mongolic)
Mongolic Mongolic (Altaic )
Mopan Mopan (Mayan, Mayan)
Mudburra Mudburra (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Nahuatl Nahuatl (Uto-Aztecan, Aztecan)
Narragansett Narragansett (Algic, Algonquian)
Neo-Latin Neo-Latin (Indo-European, Romance )
Nepali Nepali (Indo-European, Indic)
Ngaliwurru Ngaliwurru (Australian, Jaminjungan)
Ngardi Ngardi (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Ngarinyman Ngarinyman (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
(Niger-Congo) (Niger-Congo)
(Nilo-Saharan) (Nilo-Saharan)
Nobonob Nobonob (Trans-New Guinea, Madang)
North Germanic North Germanic (Indo-European, Germanic)
Norwegian Norwegian (Indo-European, Germanic )
Nungali Nungali (Jaminjungan)
Nupe Nupe (Niger-Congo, Nupoid)
Nyamwezi Nyamwezi (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Nyungar Nyungar (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Occitan Occitan (Indo-European, Romance)
Oghur Oghur (Altaic, Turkic)
Old Chinese Old Chinese (Sino-Tibetan)
Old Frisian Old Frisian (Indo-European, Germanic )
Indic Indic (Indo-European)
Sanskrit Sanskrit (Indo-European, Indic)
Old Irish Old Irish (Indo-European, Celtic)
Old Javanese Old Javanese (Austronesian)
Old Khmer Old Khmer (Austro-Asiatic)
Old Lithuaninian Old Lithuaninian (Indo-European)
Old Mon Old Mon (Austro-Asiatic, Monic)
Old Norse Old Norse (Indo-European, Germanic)
Old Persian Old Persian (Indo-European)
Old Provençal Old Provençal (Indo-European, Romance)
Old Russian Old Russian (Indo-European)
Old Slavic Old Slavic (Indo-European, Slavic)
Old Thai Old Thai (Tai-Kadai, Kam-Tai)
Oromo Oromo (Afro-Asiatic )
Ossetian Ossetian (Indo-European, Iranian)
Pacific Pidgin English Pacific Pidgin English (Indo-European, Germanic )
Pali Pali (Indo-European)
Pama-Nyungan Pama-Nyungan (Australian)
Munda Munda (Austro-Asiatic )
Farsi Persian (Indo-European, Iranian)
Elamite Elamite (isolate )
Phoenician Phoenician (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Pilagá Pilagá (Guaicuruan, Guaicuruan)
Polish Polish (Indo-European, Slavic)
Portuguese Portuguese (Indo-European, Romance)
Batavian Portuguese Creole Batavian Portuguese Creole (Indo-European, Romance)
Pre-Malagasy Pre-Malagasy (Austronesian)
Pre-Minangkabau Pre-Minangkabau (Austronesian)
Pre-Oromo Pre-Oromo (Afro-Asiatic)
Pre-Rangi Pre-Rangi (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Pre-Sandawe Pre-Sandawe (isolate )
Proto-Austronesian Proto-Austronesian (Austronesian)
Proto-Austroasiatic Proto-Austroasiatic (Austro-Asiatic)
Proto Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian Proto Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian (Austronesian)
Proto-Malayo-Polynesian Proto-Malayo-Polynesian (Austronesian)
Proto-Mon-Khmer Proto-Mon-Khmer (Austro-Asiatic )
Proto-Oceanic Proto-Oceanic (Austronesian, Oceanic)
Proto-Altaic Proto-Altaic (Altaic )
Proto-Chadic Proto-Chadic (Afro-Asiatic)
Proto-Finnic Proto-Finnic (Uralic, Finnic)
Proto-Germanic Proto-Germanic (Indo-European, Germanic)
Proto-Greater Kanjobalan Proto-Greater Kanjobalan (Mayan)
Proto-Hmong-Mien Proto-Hmong-Mien (Hmong-Mien)
Proto-Indo-European Proto-Indo-European (Indo-European)
Proto-Mixe-Zoquean Proto-Mixe-Zoquean (Mixe-Zoque)
Proto-Mixean Proto-Mixean (Mixe-Zoque)
Proto-Mongolic Proto-Mongolic (Altaic, Mongolic)
Proto-Semitic Proto-Semitic (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Proto-Slavic Proto-Slavic (Indo-European )
Proto-Tai Proto-Tai (Tai-Kadai, Kam-Tai)
Proto-West Chadic Proto-West Chadic (Afro-Asiatic, West Chadic)
Proto-Yucatecan Proto-Yucatecan (Mayan)
Qʼanjobʼal language Q’anjob’alan (Mayan )
Qiangic Qiangic (Tibeto-Burman)
Quechua Quechua (Quechuan, Quechuan)
K'icheʼ Quiche (Mayan )
Ramoaaina Ramoaaina (Austronesian, Oceanic)
Rarotongan Rarotongan (Austronesian, Oceanic)
Romance Romance (Indo-European, Romance )
Russian Russian (Indo-European, Slavic)
Ryukyuan Ryukyuan (Japanese)
Saharan Saharan (Nilo-Saharan)
Shambala language Sambaa (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Sandawe Sandawe (Khoisan, Sandawe)
Gaelic Gaelic (Scottish) (Indo-European, Celtic)
Selkup Selkup (Uralic, Samoyedic)
Semitic Semitic (Afro-Asiatic)
Cisena Sena (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Serbian Serbian (Indo-European)
Slavic Slavic (Indo-European)
East Slavic East Slavic (Indo-European, Slavic)
Slovak Slovak (Indo-European, Slavic )
Songhay Songhay (Nilo-Saharan )
South Aslian South Aslian (Austro-Asiatic, Aslian)
South Slavic South Slavic (Indo-European, Slavic)
Macedonian Macedonian (Indo-European, Slavic)
Slovenian Slovenian (Indo-European)
South Sulawesi South Sulawesi (Austronesian, Sulawesi)
South Cushitic South Cushitic (Afro-Asiatic)
Southern Chinese Southern Chinese (Sino-Tibetan)
Wardaman Wardaman (Australian, Yangmanic )
Sranan (other, Creoles and Pidgins) Sranan (other, Creoles and Pidgins)
Standard Arabic Standard Arabic (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Sundanese Sundanese (Austronesian, Sundanese )
Portuguese Suriname Portuguese (Indo-European, Romance )
Tahitian Tahitian (Austronesian, Oceanic)
Tai Tai (Tai-Kadai, Kam-Tai )
Taino Taino (Arawakan)
Tamasheq Tamasheq (Afro-Asiatic, Berber)
Tamil Tamil (Dravidian, Southern Dravidian)
Tatar Tatar (Altaic, Turkic )
Tharrgari Tharrgari (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Tibetan Tibetan (Sino-Tibetan )
Tibeto-Burman Tibeto-Burman (Sino-Tibetan)
Loloish Loloish (Sino-Tibetan, Burmese-Lolo)
Toba Batak Toba Batak (Austronesian )
Tocharian A Tocharian A (Indo-European)
Tocharian B Tocharian B (Indo-European )
Tojolabal Tojolabal (Mayan, Mayan)
Tok Pisin Tok Pisin (other, Creoles and Pidgins)
Tolai Tolai (Austronesian, Oceanic )
Daza, Teda Tubu (Nilo-Saharan, Western Saharan )
Tukano Tukano (Tucanoan)
Tupí Tupí (Tupian)
Tupi-Guaraní Tupi-Guaraní (Tupian )
Oghuric Oghuric (Altaic, Turkic )
Turkish Turkish (Altaic, Turkic )
Tzeltal Tzeltal (Mayan, Mayan )
Tzotzil Chamula (Tzotzil Mayan )
Ukrainian Ukrainian (Indo-European, Slavic)
(Unidentified)] (Unidentified)
Upper Sorbian Upper Sorbian (Indo-European, Slavic)
Ute Ute (Uto-Aztecan, Numic)
Vlax Romani Vlax Romani (Indo-European, Indic)
Voltaic] Voltaic (Niger-Congo )
Walmajarri Walmajarri (Australian, Pama-Nyungan )
Wambaya Wambaya (Australian, West Barkly )
Warlmanpa Warlmanpa (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Warlpiri Warlpiri (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Warluwarra Warluwarra (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Warluwarric Warluwarric (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Warumungu Warumungu (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Waskia Waskia (Trans-New Guinea, Madang)
Welsh Welsh (Indo-European, Celtic )
English (West African Coastal) English (West African Coastal) (Indo-European, Germanic )
French (West African) French (West African) (Indo-European, Romance)
Malayo-Polynesian Malayo-Polynesian (Austronesian)
Western Mayan Western Mayan (Mayan )
Wiradjuri Wiradjuri (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Wolof Wolof (Niger-Congo, Northern Atlantic )
Tabgač Tabgač (Altaic, Mongolic)
Xiongnu Xiongnu (unclear )
Yanyuwa Yanyuwa (Australian, Pama-Nyungan)
Yao Yao (Niger-Congo, Bantoid)
Yoruba Yoruba (Niger-Congo, Defoid)
Yucatecan Yucatecan (Mayan )
Zaramo Zaramo (Niger-Congo, Bantoid )
Zigula Zigua (Niger-Congo, Bantoid )
Kumyk Kumyk (Altaic, Turkic )
Azerbaijani Azeri (Altaic, Turkic )
Punic Punic (Afro-Asiatic, Semitic)
Tongan Tongan (Austronesian, Oceanic )
Samoan Samoan (Austronesian, Oceanic )
Marquesan Marquesan (Austronesian, Oceanic )
Croatian Croatian (Indo-European, Slavic )
Twi Twi (Niger-Congo, Kwa)