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  1. Glottolog. west2357. West Low German area in yellow. This area is also called Low Saxon. West Low German, also known as Low Saxon ( German: Westniederdeutsch, literally West Low German, or Niedersächsisch (in a stricter sense), literally: Low Saxon, Nether-Saxon; Low German: Nedersassisch, Nedersaksies; Dutch: Nedersaksisch) is a variant of ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Low_SaxonLow Saxon - Wikipedia

    West Low German Westphalian, including the region around Münster and the Osnabrück region of Lower Saxony Eastphalian, spoken in southeastern Lower Saxony ( Hanover, Braunschweig, Göttingen) and in the Magdeburg Börde region Northern Low Saxon East Frisian Low Saxon in East Frisia [3] Dithmarsisch [3] Schleswig [i]sch [3] Holsteinisch [3]

    • Oldenburgisch
    • Again Low Saxon vs. Plattdüütsch
    • West Low Saxon
    • 10,000,000 speakers? ??

    As far as I know, 'Oldenburgisch' (this is the High German name for it, as I do neither know a Plattdüütsch nor an English one) is a dialect of Northern (Standard) Low Saxon just like Bremisch or Hamburgisch. Can anyone here confirm that? I must confess, I am from Butjadingen, which is in exactly that region, and still do not know that. (My parents...

    After moving the former Low German languages to Low Germanic languages, I've sorted out the links to that page. Since most links did not refer to that group of languages, but rather to the specifically German varieties, I've changed these links to Plattdüütsch. However, I've also noted that Plattdüütsch doesn't figure in any of the language trees o...

    Should this really link hence and not rather to Westneddersassisch ?Sarcelles (talk) 15:47, 10 May 2008 (UTC)[]

    I have lived in various regions of Niedersachsen for over 20 years and have yet to meet a single person who can speak Niedersächsisch. From what source is the number taken? Isomorphismus (talk) 00:24, 16 March 2011 (UTC)[]

  3. www.wikiwand.com › simple › West_Low_GermanWest Low German - Wikiwand

    West Low German, also known as Low Saxon , literally: Low Saxon, Nether-Saxon; Low German: Nedersassisch, Nedersaksies; Dutch: Nedersaksisch) is a variant of Low German dialects spoken in parts of the Netherlands, northwestern Germany and southern Denmark .

  4. It is one of two groups of mutually intelligible dialects, the other being East Low German dialects. A 2005 study found that there were approximately 1.8 million "daily speakers" of Low Saxon in the Netherlands. 53% spoke Low Saxon or Low Saxon and Dutch at home and 71% could speak it. [1]