The Zeelandic language is a West Germanic language spoken in the province of Zeeland in the Netherlands. It is the local variety of the Dutch language and is spoken by around 350,000 people. Zeelandic is a Dutch dialect spoken in the province of Zeeland in the Netherlands. It is characterized by its West Germanic roots and by the influence of the Frisian language. Around 350,000 people speak Zeelandic, making it one of the smaller Dutch dialects. The language has its origins in the Old Frankish dialect, which was spoken by the Franks, a Germanic tribe, in the Netherlands during the Early Middle Ages. Over time, the Franks began to adopt the Dutch language, which resulted in the development of Zeelandic. The Zeelandic language is closely related to the Dutch language and is mutually intelligible with it. However, there are some notable differences between the two languages. For example, Zeelandic has a more guttural pronunciation and uses different vocabulary words. Despite its small size, the Zeelandic language has a rich history and culture. It is spoken in a beautiful province that is known for its picturesque beaches and its windmills. If you're interested in learning more about the Zeelandic language, there are a few resources that can help you. The Zeelandic Language Union offers courses and materials for learners of all levels. And the website Zeeuws provides a wealth of information about the language, including a dictionary and a blog.

Language group

West Germanic languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Zeelandic, Netherlands, Latin
Zeelandic, Latin