Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
- A specific language, spoken in Northern Germany and the Netherlands and formerly widely spoken in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Kaliningrad, Russia, which developed out of Middle Low German from Old Saxon.
- (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.
- (nonstandard) Any German dialect that is not the official standard, although they are usually only referred to as "Platt".
- (West Germanic language, descendant of Middle Low German): Plattdeutsch, Mennonite Low German (also called Plautdietsch)
- (West Germanic language, descendant of Old Saxon): Low Saxon, Dutch Low Saxon, German Low Saxon, New Low Saxon, New Saxon (as opposed to Middle Saxon and Old Saxon), Nethersaxon
- (West Germanic languages that are not High German): High German (includes numerous Upper German and Middle German/Central German dialects from which Standard High German mainly developed)
- East Low German (German Low German: Oostnedderdüütsch, German: Ostniederdeutsch)
- West Low German (German Low German: Westnedderdüütsch, German: Westniederdeutsch)
West Germanic language
- Ethnologue entry for Modern Low German, nds
- Ethnologue entry for Middle Low German, gml
- Ethnologue entry for Old Low German, osx
- Wikiwöörbook: Low German Wiktionary, for all Low Saxon dialects (and Plautdietsch)
- Plattmakers: Low German dictionary with both English and German translations