De Bibel - Brown - Gilded edges - Low German Holy Bible / De Plautdietsche Bibel / Hardcover / Gute Botscahft Verlag GBV 93101 / Plattdeutsch Bibel
De Bibel - Brown - Gold Gilded edges - Low German Holy Bible / De Plautdietsche Bibel / Hardcover / Gute Botscahft Verlag GBV 93101 / Plattdeutsch Bibel
ISBN: 9783866982291 / 978-3866982291
PUBLISHER: Gute Botscahft Verlag
LANGUAGE: Low German / Plattdeutsch
BROWN HARDCOVER - ALSO AVAILABLE IN BLACK
De Bibel. (De gaunse Heilje Schreft)
De Bibel - brün - Goldschnett
Die Bibel in plattdeutsch
Low German or Low Saxon (German: Plattdeutsch, Platt) is a West Germanic language variety spoken mainly in Northern Germany and the northeastern part of the Netherlands. It is also spoken to a lesser extent in the German diaspora worldwide (e.g. Plautdietsch).
Low German is most closely related to Frisian and English, with which it forms the North Sea Germanic group of the West Germanic languages. Like Dutch, it is spoken north of the Benrath and Uerdingen isoglosses, while (Standard/High) German is spoken south of those lines. Like Frisian, English, Dutch and the North Germanic languages, Low German has not undergone the High German consonant shift, as opposed to German, which is based upon High German dialects. Low German evolved from Old Saxon (Old Low German), which is most closely related to Old Frisian and Old English (Anglo-Saxon).
The Low German dialects spoken in the Netherlands are mostly referred to as Low Saxon, those spoken in northwestern Germany (Lower Saxony, Westphalia, Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Bremen, and Saxony-Anhalt west of the Elbe) as either Low German or Low Saxon, and those spoken in northeastern Germany (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Brandenburg, and Saxony-Anhalt east of the Elbe) mostly as Low German. This is because northwestern Germany and the northeastern Netherlands were the area of settlement of the Saxons (Old Saxony), while Low German spread to northeastern Germany through eastward migration of Low German speakers into areas with a Slavic-speaking population (Germania Slavica).
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