Mennonite Low German

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Mennonite + Low German, because Mennonites were the ones to carry it out of Prussia.

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Mennonite Low German

  1. Plautdietsch (a variety of Low Prussian East Low German), particularly as it is spoken by Mennonites outside Germany: in North and South America, Russia, and some other countries. (Not to be confused with the High German language Pennsylvania German.)

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