Bohemian

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Description

Bohemian language or in abbreviation Bohemian (pémišna, Ta pémiš šprochna) is a Slavo-Germanic language spoken in Bohemian Kingdom. The language is basically German with Slavic/Czech superstrate.

The Great Master Plan on how German became Bohemian is described here [1].

External links

All information can be found here: http://ark.wz.cz/ib/pemis_sprochna.html

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