Germanic Languages

The Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken natively by a population of about 515 million people mainly in Europe, North America, Oceania and Southern Africa. The most widely spoken Germanic language, English, is the world's most widely spoken language with an estimated 2 billion speakers. All Germanic languages are derived from Proto-Germanic, spoken in Iron Age Scandinavia. The West Germanic languages include the three most widely spoken Germanic languages: English with around 360–400 million native speakers; German, with over 100 million native speakers; and Dutch, with 24 million native speakers. Other West Germanic languages include …



RESEP: Research on Socio-Economic Policy · 22 December 2023 English

7 COVID-19 AND INEQUALTIY IN READING OUTCOMES IN SOUTH AFRICA 2.4.2 South African response to learning losses and lost contact teaching time Large reductions in teaching time in 2020 and …

is shown and the averages for the two West Germanic languages (English and Afrikaans) and the nine Southern

DOS: United States Department of State · 29 June 2023 English

ICDRA upd INTERNATIONAL COUNTER-DISINFORMATION RESEARCH AGENDA Opportunities for University and Think-tank Research and Analysis INTERNATIONAL Global WORKING Engagement G R O U P Center Mark Lachin 1 International Counter-Disinformation Research …

identified as priorities: Arabic, Farsi,French, Germanic languages, Portuguese, Slavic languages, Spanish, and

MPI: Migration Policy Institute · 26 June 2023 English

The slowing growth of the immigrant population over the past few years is mirrored by the slowing growth of the overall U. [...] How have the number and share of …

9% Yiddish, Pennsylvania Dutch, other West Germanic languages 574,000 0.8% Polish 533,000 0.8% Italian

AUCC: Association of Universities & Colleges in Canada · 9 March 2023 English

They councils, Canadian Foundation for Innovation, National are a testament to the strength of our universities and a Research Council, the Rideau Hall Foundation and a reminder of the power …


National Equity Access · 9 January 2023 English

For example, some of the highest density neighborhoods of color are located in and around the City of Lancaster as well as census tracts in the and around the Bausman, …

Yiddish, Pennsylvania Dutch or other West Germanic languages. An Equity Profile of Lancaster County 22

ICCT: International Centre for Counter-Terrorism · 2023 English

similar words can be found in other Indo-Germanic languages e.g. Sanskrit: tras = to tremble; Russian:

ICCT: International Centre for Counter-Terrorism · 2023 English

similar words can be found in other Indo-Germanic languages e.g. Sanskrit: tras = to tremble; Russian:

CDP: Climate Defense Project · 2022 English

Yale ‘86) Dr. Kirk Wetters, Professor of Germanic Languages & Literatures, Department Chair Dr. Marla

UP: The Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” · 2022 English

“security” or its variations in other Romance and Germanic languages, is derived from Latin, so bearing a meaning

FOI: Swedish Defence Research Agency · 16 December 2021 English

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languages. Swedish, mented. English and Dutch are Germanic languages, and Russian belongs to the Slavic language

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