Middle Low German

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Middle Low German

n.
Low German from the middle of the 1200s through the 1400s.

Middle Low German

n
(Languages) Low German from about 1200 to about 1500. Abbreviation: MLG

Mid′dle Low′ Ger′man


n.
the Low German dialects of c1100–c1500. Abbr.: MLG
[1885–90]
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Noun1.Middle Low German - Low German from 1100 to 1500
Low German, Plattdeutsch - a German dialect spoken in northern Germany
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mittelniederdeutsch
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Important and fragile evidence for Middle Saxon occupation has been found.
"The most important field for future research should any further excavation take place, is the middle Saxon period and not necessarily within the amphitheatre.
The latest in this ongoing series of collections from the Oxford School of Archaeology includes several narrowly focused papers, concentrating on specific items, such as a gold band inscribed with a biblical text, cruciform brooches and Middle Saxon worked bone items.

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