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18 February 2018

  • (diff | hist) . . m Arabic‎; 19:10 . . (-53). .Philippusb (talk | contribs)(For the same reason below - as per ISO 639 standards, Maltese is separate from the Arabic macrolanguage.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Arabic‎; 19:04 . . (-34). .Philippusb (talk | contribs)(Modern Standard Arabic has no status in Malta. Also, Arabic is a macrolanguage, not a language family. As per ISO 639 standards, Maltese is not classified under the Arabic macrolanguage ("ar" or "ara") and has its own code ("ml" or "mlt").)

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15 February 2018

  • (diff | hist) . . m English language‎; 15:55 . . (0). .Adam Dent (talk | contribs)(rearranged list of other West Germanic languages in lede to better reflect closeness to English. Scots should also be there though surely?)