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  1. Luxembourgish is considered the national language of Luxembourg and also one of the three administrative languages, alongside German and French. [11] [12] In Luxembourg, 77% of residents can speak Luxembourgish, [13] and it is the primary language of 48% of the population. [14]

  2. The linguistic situation in Luxembourg is characterized by the practice and the recognition of three official languages: French, German, and the national language Luxembourgish, established in law in 1984.

  3. O luxemburguês ( Lëtzebuergesch) é uma língua germânica falada no Luxemburgo e nas regiões de fronteira deste país com a Bélgica, a Alemanha, França e nos Países Baixos. É uma língua do ramo germânico das línguas indo-europeias. O luxemburguês pertence ao grupo de idiomas do alto-alemão, como o alemão padrão .

  4. › wiki › LuxembourgLuxembourg - Wikipedia

    – in Europe (green & dark gray) – in the European Union (green) Capital and largest city Luxembourg Official languages National language: Luxembourgish Administrative languages: Luxembourgish German French Nationality (2023) 52.8% Luxembourgers 14.5% Portuguese 7.6% French 3.7% Italians 21.4% other Religion (2018) 73.2% Christianity 63.8% Catholicism 9.4% other Christian 23.4% no religion ...

  5. Writing system: Latin script. Status: official language in Luxembourg. Recognised language in Belgium. Luxembourgish has been spoken since Frankish times (c. 1,000 AD), along the banks of the Moselle. Literature in Luxembourgish flourished during the 19th century.

  6. Luxembourgish is a West Germanic language. A lot of people in Luxembourg speak the language. It is quite similar to German. Outside Luxembourg, not many people speak it, and inside Luxembourg many people speak other languages, too.

  7. Luxembourgish is a Moselle-Franconian dialect, which was a mainly spoken language up to the 19th century and became the national language in 1984. Today, Luxembourgish is the mother tongue of most Luxembourgers. It sounds close to Dutch, being a mixture of German and French with regional and even locally varying dialects.