Flemish language

Flemish is the language of Flanders: in dark green, the northern part of Belgium

Flemish is a language. It is a type of Dutch which is spoken by people in Belgium. It is the same as Dutch, but there are some typical words added. Dutch became the official language of the northern part of Belgium in 1938. [1] The biggest difference from Dutch is the pronunciation.

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Alemannisch: Flämische Sprache
Ænglisc: Flemisc sprǣc
العربية: فلامون
brezhoneg: Flandrezeg
Cymraeg: Fflemeg
English: Flemish
Esperanto: Flandra lingvo
euskara: Flandriera
Frysk: Flaamsk
客家語/Hak-kâ-ngî: Vlaams-ngî
한국어: 플라망어
hrvatski: Flamanski jezik
Bahasa Indonesia: Bahasa Vlaams
ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ/inuktitut: ᐱᓚᒥᔅ
íslenska: Flæmska
kernowek: Flemek
لۊری شومالی: زون فلامانی
latviešu: Flāmu valoda
lietuvių: Flamandų kalba
lumbaart: Flamengh
македонски: Фламански јазик
მარგალური: ფლემიშური ნინა
Nederlands: Vlaams
Nedersaksies: Vlaoms
नेपाल भाषा: डच-फ्लेमिश भाषा
日本語: フラマン語
norsk nynorsk: Flamsk
Piemontèis: Lenga vlaams
Plattdüütsch: Fläämsch
português: Língua flamenga
română: Limba flamandă
Scots: Flemish
српски / srpski: Фламански језик
svenska: Flamländska
Türkçe: Flamanca
українська: Фламандська мова
Tiếng Việt: Flemish
West-Vlams: Vlams (Nederlands)
žemaitėška: Flamandu kalba
中文: 弗拉芒语