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Germanic languages

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Places where Germanic languages are spoken today.
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Places where Germanic languages are spoken today.

The Germanic languages are a language family inside of the Indo-European languages. Originally they were spoken in northern, western and central Europe.

The Germanic languages are separated into the East Germanic languages (these are no longer spoken), the North Germanic languages and the West Germanic languages.


[edit] List of Germanic languages

[edit] West Germanic languages

[edit] North Germanic languages

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