Difference between revisions of "Germanic language"

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(New page: '''Germanic languages''' are spoken in northern Europe and other parts of the world settled by northern Europeans. They include English, Dutch, Flemish, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Danis...)
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Germanic languages are spoken in northern Europe and other parts of the world settled by northern Europeans. They include English, Dutch, Flemish, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish.