Low German

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Low German

  1. A specific language spoken in Low (Northern) Germany and the Netherlands and formerly widely spoken in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Kaliningrad, and Russia, which developed out of Middle Low German from Old Saxon.
  2. (linguistics) Any of a number of West Germanic languages, primarily spoken in northern Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, that did not undergo the High German consonant shift; the group thereof.
  3. (nonstandard) Any German dialect that is not the official standard, although they are usually only referred to as "Platt".

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