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Dutch Translation

Dutch (Nederlands) is a West Germanic language spoken by around 24 million people[citation needed], 22 million of which are from the Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname, but also by smaller groups of speakers in parts of France, Germany and several former Dutch colonies.

It is closely related to other West Germanic languages (e.g., English, West Frisian and German) and somewhat more remotely to the North Germanic languages. Dutch is a descendant of several Frankish dialects, which were spoken in the High Middle Ages and Early Modern Times and to a lesser extent from the Frisian language, which was spoken by the original inhabitants of Holland (see Hollandic). Dutch is the parent language of several Dutch-based creole languages as well as of Afrikaans, one of the official languages of South Africa and the most widely understood in Namibia. Dutch and Afrikaans are to a very large extent mutually intelligible, although they have separate spelling standards and dictionaries and have separate language regulators. Standard Dutch (Standaardnederlands) is the standard language of the major Dutch-speaking areas and is regulated by the Nederlandse Taalunie (Dutch Language Union). Dutch is also an official language of the European Union and the Union of South American Nations.


The origin :
In modern Dutch, the language is called Nederlands, literally meaning Lowlandish, or Lowlands, which derives from "Neder" meaning low, or low-lying and land. Initially Nederland was term used for any lowland region, with the establishment of the various states all incorporating lowland(s) in their name, the use of Nederland became more restricted. By the time of early modern Dutch, the synonym "laagland" (also meaning lowland) had appeared. In contemporary Dutch, with the exception of limited poetic usage, Nederland solely refers to the Netherlands, with laagland being the general term for lowland.


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