West Slavic languages

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██ Countries where a West Slavic language is the national language ██ Countries where an East Slavic language is the national language ██ Countries where a South Slavic language is the national language

The West Slavic languages is a subdivision of the Slavic language group that includes Czech, Polish, Slovak, and Sorbian.

Classification:

Slavic languages
East Slavic Belarusian | Old East Slavic † | Old Novgorod dialect † | Russian | Rusyn (Carpathians) | Ruthenian † | Ukrainian
West Slavic Czech | Kashubian | Knaanic † | Lower Sorbian | Pannonian Rusyn | Polabian † | Polish | Pomeranian † | Slovak | Slovincian † | Upper Sorbian
South Slavic Banat Bulgarian | Bulgarian | Church Slavic | Macedonian | Old Church Slavonic † | Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian, Bunjevac, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian) | Slavic (Greece) | Slovenian
Other Proto-Slavic † | Russenorsk † | Slavoserbian † | Slovio
Extinct
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ast:Eslavu Occidental bg:Западнославянски езици de:Westslawische Sprachen hr:Zapadnoslavenski jezici id:Bahasa Slavia Barat ja:西スラヴ語群 csb:Zôpôdnosłowiańsczé jãzëczi pl:Języki zachodniosłowiańskie ru:Западнославянские языки sk:Západoslovanské jazyky sr:Западнословенски језици fi:Länsislaavilaiset kielet

West Slavic languages

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