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"Oldest language" may refer to:
- the emergence of language itself in human evolution
- a Proto-World language, the hypothetical, most recent common ancestor of all the world's languages
- the date of attestation in writing (epigraphy).
- the conservative nature of a given language (low rate of language change, viz. "old" in the sense of "has not changed much for a long time"), see
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