adsuri

Example: “Spanish: Espanol”
A:
  • Afrikaans: Afrikaans
  • Albanian: shqiptar
  • Amharic: አማርኛ
  • Arabic: عربى
  • Armerian: հայերեն
  • Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan
B:
  • Basque: Euskal
  • Belarusian: беларускі
  • Bengali: বাঙালি
  • Bosnian: Bosanski
  • Bulgarian: български
C:
  • Catalan: Català
  • Cebuano: Cebuano
  • Chichewa: Chichewa
  • Chinese (Simplified): 简体中文
  • Chinese (Traditional): 繁體中文
  • Corsican: Corsu
  • Croatian: Hrvatski
  • Czech: čeština
D:
  • Danish: dansk
  • Dutch: Nederlands
E:
  • English: English
  • Esperanto: Esperanto
  • Estonian: Eesti keel
F:
  • Filipino: Filipino
  • Finnish: Suomalainen
  • French: français
  • Frisian: Frysk
G:
  • Galician: Galego
  • Georgian: ქართული
  • German: Deutsche
  • Greek: Ελληνικά
  • Gujarati: ગુજરાતી
H:
  • Haitian Creole: Kreyòl Ayisyen
  • Hausa: Hausa
  • Hawaiian: ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi
  • Hebrew: עִברִית
Credit to: Google Translate

GunChleoc

The Unicode Consortium has a page with tons of information like that, which can then be used by programmers

https://www.unicode.org/cldr/charts/latest/summary/root.html

BereketY

Oh, that's why my mom calls German, “Deutsche”.