Low German (disambiguation)
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Low German is a large dialect group spoken mainly in Northern Germany and in Northeastern Netherlands.
Low German may also refer to:
- Low German house, a type of German timber-framed farmhouse
- East Low German, a group of dialects spoken in north-eastern Germany and northern Poland
- Low Alemannic German, a branch of Alemannic German dialects
- Low Lusatian German, a variety of Central German spoken in northern Saxony and southern Brandenburg
- Mennonite Low German, a language or group of dialects spoken by Mennonites
- Middle Low German, a language spoken from about 1100 to 1600
- Old Low German, a language documented from the 8th until the 12th century
- West Low German, a group of dialects spoken in northwest Germany, The Netherlands, and Denmark
- A colloquial term for any non-standard variety of the German language
- Low Germanic, term used by the German linguist Theo Vennemann in his controversial classification of the Germanic languages
- High German languages, any of the varieties of standard German, Luxembourgish, and Yiddish
- German dialects, varieties of the German and Dutch languages
- Dutch Low Saxon, a group of dialects spoken in the northeastern Netherlands
- Low Franconian languages, a group of several West Germanic languages
- Ingvaeonic languages, a postulated grouping of the West Germanic languages
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