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reforms in the Philippines during Spanish colonial era and its eventual independence from Spain. Jos Rizal, eye surgeon and national hero of the Philippines, is said to have known 22 languages including Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Malay, Sanskrit, Spanish, Cebuano and other Philippine dialects in addition to his own Tagalog.    

Cardinal Giuseppe Caspar Mezzofanti
(More Than 38 languages)

September 17, 1774 - March 15, 1849
Italian ecclesiast, is reported to have spoken thirty-eight languages and fifty dialects fluently. He never left Italy and yet managed to learn how to speak languages without accent. People from all over the world came to challenge him in their native tongue. They all reported their amazement at this man's fluency. Languages included English, Welsh, Scottish, German, Hungarian, Hebrew, Arabic, Chaldee, Coptic, Ancient Armenian, Persian, Turkish, Maltese, Greek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Flemish, Russian, Polish, Czech, Chinese, Georgian, Bulgarian, Japanese and more...

Ziad Youssef Fazah
(More Than 58 languages)

June 10, 1954 - Present
Reputed to be the world's most accomplished hyperpolyglot. It is said that he speaks, reads and understands 58 languages, most of which learned before the age of 20. Languages include Albanian, German, Amrico, Arab, Armenian, Azerbaijans, Bengali, Birmans, Bulgarian, Butans, Cambodian, Cantonese Chinese, Mandarin Chinese, Chinese Xangai, Cingals, Cingaporenho, Korean, Danish, Dzonka, Spanish, Finnish, French, Fuchin, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Dutch, Hungarian, Indonesian, English, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Swahili, Laosiano, Malay, Malgaxe, Mongolian, Nepalese, Norwegian, Papiamento, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Pashto, Quirguiz, Romanian, Russian, Serbian-Croatian, Swedish, Tadjique, Thai, Czech, Tibetan, Turkish, Urdu, Uzbequistans, Vietnamese.