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Frisian (Frysk) is a West Germanic language that is closely related to English.
Although Frisian was once spoken in what is now the Noord-Holland (North Holland) province. It is now spoken in three small areas, each one having a different dialect. The three dialects are West Frisian, spoken in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands; East Frisian, spoken west of Oldenburg, Germany; and North Frisian, which is spoken on the west coast of Schleswig in Germany and on the islands of Amrum, Föhr, the Halligen Islands, Helgoland, and Sylt.
The East and North Frisian dialects are gradually being replaced by German.
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Frisian Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: Frysk, Fries
Language Family: Indo-European, Germanic, West, Frisian
Official Language of: Netherlands
Spoken by Approximately 700,000 people
Also Spoken In: United States