The Occidental Chadic or West Chadic languages of the Negro-Egyptian family are spoken principally in Niger and Nigeria. They include Hausa, the most populous Chadic language and the major language of West Africa.
The branches of West Chadic go either by names or by letters and numbers in an outline format.
- Hausa (A.1): Hausa, Gwandara
- Bole (Bole–Tangale) (A.2)
- North (Bole proper): Bure, Karekare, Bole, Gera, Geruma, Deno, Galambu, Giiwo, Kubi, Ngamo, Maaka (Maagha), Ɓeele, Daza (Dazawa), Pali
- South (Tangale): Kwaami, Pero, Piya-Kwonci, Kholok, Nyam, Kushi (Goji), Kutto (Kupto), Tangale, Dera (Kanakuru)
- Angas (A.3): Ngas (Angas), Mwaghavul, Cakfem-Mushere, Jorto, Kofyar, Miship (Chip), Goemai, Koenoem, Montol, Pyapun, Tal
- Yiwom (Gerka)
- Ron (A.4): Fyer, Tambas, Bokkos, Daffo-Butura, Shagawu, Duhwa (Karfa), Kulere, Mundat, Sha
- Bade (B.1): Duwai; Bade, Shira (†), Ngizim, Teshenawa (†), Auyokawa (†)
- Warji (B.2): Pa'a; Warji, Diri, Ciwogai, Kariya (Vinahə), Mburku, Miya, Siri, Zumbun (Jimbin), Ajawa (†)
- Barawa (B.3), South Bauchi
- Zaar: Dass; Geji, Polci (Polchi), Saya, Zari, Zeem
- Guruntum: Guruntum-Mbaaru, Ju, Tala, Zangwal
- Boghom: Jimi, Jum; Boghom, Kir-Balar, Mangas
In addition, Poki is mentioned by Campbell & Hoskison (1972) from Bauchi State, Nigeria. It is unclassified within West Chadic.