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

    Low Saxon (Dutch: Nedersaksisch), also known as West Low German (German: Westniederdeutsch) are a group of Low German dialects spoken in parts of the Netherlands, northwestern Germany and southern Denmark (in North Schleswig by parts of the German-speaking minority).

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      Old Saxon. Old Saxon ( Altsächsisch ), also known as Old Low...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Low_GermanLow German - Wikipedia

    Old Saxon. Old Saxon ( Altsächsisch ), also known as Old Low German ( Altniederdeutsch ), is a West Germanic language. It is documented from the 9th century until the 12th century, when it evolved into Middle Low German. It was spoken on the north-west coast of Germany by Saxon peoples.

  3. 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 Low German (also Low Saxon; German: Plattdeutsch, Niederdeutsch, Dutch ...

  4. West Low German) is a variety of Northern Low German (nördliches Niederdeutsch), which is a group of Low German. It is not to be confused with the grouping West Low German, also called Westniederdeutsch in Standard High German, which includes other varieties.

  5. El bajo alemán (en alemán: Niederdeutsch o Plattdeutsch) comprende un conjunto de variedades lingüísticas germánicas habladas en un extenso territorio de Alemania, que comprende varios estados en el norte/centro-norte del país, en el este de los Países Bajos y en el sur de Dinamarca, así como por minorías en Polonia, Kaliningrado y comunidades m...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › West_GermanyWest Germany - Wikipedia

    West Germany was formed as a political entity during the Allied occupation of Germany after World War II, established from 12 states formed in the three Allied zones of occupation held by the United States, the United Kingdom, and France.

  7. Low German or Low Saxon ( German: Plattdeutsch, or Platt) is one of the Germanic languages. It is still spoken by many people in northern Germany and the northeast part of the Netherlands. Low German is closer to the English and Dutch languages than High German (Hochdeutsch) is.