Low Prussian

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Cognate to or a calque of German Niederpreußisch.

Proper noun[edit]

Low Prussian

  1. A dialect of East Low German that developed in Prussia (East Prussia, West Prussia and Danzig), influenced to some extent by Dutch and Old Prussian, and to a small extent by Polish, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian, which is now spoken in Germany and which gave rise Plautdietsch.