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An historical variety of the Dutch language as known in the Middle Ages. The earliest documents in the early Dutch language date from approximately the end of the 12th century, although a few glosses, names, and occasional words appeared somewhat earlier. It derives from Low Franconian, the speech of the Western Franks, which was restructured through contact with speakers of North Sea Germanic along the coast (Flanders, Holland) about 700 CE.
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