Difference between revisions of "Luxembourgish"

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Luxembourgish (Wikipedia: Luxembourgish Language) is a Moselle Franconian variety of West Central German that is spoken mainly in Luxembourg. About 400,000 people worldwide speak Luxembourgish. Currently there is no language pair in Apertium involving Luxembourgish (see list of language pairs).



Luxembourgish – French/ French – Luxembourgish
Luxembourgish – German /German - Luxembourgish
  • Lëtzebuergesch Dictionnairen
  • Chechulina, Irina, Layout a Graphik vum Lex Weyer, 2009. Dictionnaire Lëtzebuergesch - Russesch / Russesch - Lëtzebuergesch, Lëtzebuerg, ISBN 978-2-87996-599-4
  • Bender-Berland, G., Kramer, J. and Reisdoerfer, J. – Dictionnaire étymologique des éléments francais du luxembourgeois, Tübingen: Narr., 2003
  • Luxemburger Wörterbuch I-V, Luxemburg: Buchdruckerei P. Linden, 1950-1977 (reprint 1995, two volumes)

Learning Luxembourgish[edit]

Word Lists[edit]

Additional Information[edit]