Luxembourgish language

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Luxembourgish (L√ętzebuergesch; French: Luxembourgeois, German: Luxemburgisch, Dutch: Luxemburgs, Walloon: Lussimbordjw√®s), is a Moselle Franconian language spoken mainly in Luxembourg. About 390,000[1] people worldwide speak Luxembourgish.

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Luxembourgish belongs to the West Central German group of High German languages and is the primary example of a Moselle Franconian language.

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