Talk:East Low German

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Requested move[edit]

See Talk:Low Germanic languages#Requested moves. ― j. 'mach' wust | 15:26, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Another case in point. 1 result [1] for the current name compared to [2] for East Low German.

What does it mean?[edit]

Hi there, I don't understand this point: "Mecklenburgisch-Pommersch (eastern parts; part of the Pommersch dialect group)". What does it actually mean? The eastern parts of "Mecklenburgisch-Pommersch" belong to the "Pommersch dialect group", e. g. are some type of Pommerian Low German or does it mean that the whole Mecklenburgisch-Pommersch can be seen as part of the Pommerian dialects? By the way I only know "Mecklenburgisch-Vorpommersch", is it that what you mean? The East Low German dialects spoken today in that region are Mecklenburgisch-Vorpommersch (which hasn't much in common with all the other Pommerian dialects) and (don't know if it still exits) "Mittelpommersch" (don't know the English name, I'm afraid). Mecklenburgisch and Vorpommersch are very similiar, there are only few differences. --89.53.39.146 18:06, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

Link Fix needed[edit]

I've just changed Mecklenburgisch-Pommersch into Mecklenburgisch-Vorpommersch. First of all I'm afraid, that there is no link longer, but the dialect Mecklenburgisch-Pommersch doesn't exists. For all of those you understand a bit of German I explained it here [3]. I would suggest that the whole article Mecklenburgisch-Pommersch should be moved to Mecklenburgisch-Vorpommersch. Then we should do the linking. --89.53.60.91 21:11, 3 April 2007 (UTC)