The areas of Low German speech have, or had, a distribution along the riparian lowlands of Northern Germany from the Netherlands via the Danish-German borderlands to the Polish border (formerly into East Prussia) (Oeter, Walker 2006).
What does LG stand for?
LG stands for Low German
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- London Gazette (London, UK)
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- Lumen Gentium (Light of the Nations; Second Vatican Council)
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Being able to borrow at low German rates helped create real estate bubbles in Spain and Ireland and sent the Greeks and Portuguese on a spending spree.
A real shift occurred in the late 50s and 60s when the Low German language became less used.
The first deals with the talc of the virginal marriage between Emperor Henry II and Cunegund as given in the Reykjaholabok, the early-sixteenth-century Icelandic legendary translated from Low German sources.
The volume begins with five articles on historical issues of diachronic linguistics, including consonantal sound changes in Old Low German, the multifuncitonality and polysemy of the verb kriegen in Low German, the emergent transition of Middle Low German into Dutch, and the morphological phenomenon Einheitsplural and the historical transition to contemporary Low Saxon.
In 1696, the present name Kiek in de Kok was also mentioned, meaning "peek into the kitchen" in Low German.
Her last words in Low German were: "Boys, if you can emigrate, then go, even if you have to leave everything behind" (247).