Dutch Low Saxon

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Position of Dutch Low Saxon dialects (colour: shades of green) among the other minority languages, regional languages and dialects in the Benelux

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Dutch + Low Saxon

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Dutch Low Saxon

  1. A non-standardized cluster of regional dialects of Low Saxon (Low German), influenced by Dutch, spoken in the northeastern provinces of the Netherlands, and recognized as a minority language by the European Union.

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