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The West Germanic languages constitute the largest of the three traditional branches of the Germanic family of languages and include languages such as English, Dutch and Afrikaans, German, the Frisian languages, as well as Yiddish. The other two of these three traditional branches of the Germanic languages are the North and East Germanic languages.

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