Baltic language


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Related to Baltic language: Prussian language, Eastern Baltic languages
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Synonyms for Baltic language

a branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages

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Old Prussian, which is a Baltic language, had gurcle.
Over the next few centuries, the major differences in tribal Baltic languages and cultures gradually disappeared, and by the 16th century these languages had formed the basis for a more or less unified spoken Latvian language.
Ethnic Russians can obtain citizenship by naturalization on the conditions that they do not hold dual citizenship and that they have acquired knowledge of the respective Baltic languages and a knowledge of the history of the respective countries.
EPSO officials said that there had been better results for "bigger" rather than "smaller" languages such as the Baltic languages.
Ideological indoctrination and massive Russification programmes, which endangered the Baltic languages and cultures, will have a residual impact for decades.
In addition to the OpenType features, the fonts include the WGL Pan-European character set, which supports western and eastern European, Cyrillic, Greek, Turkish and Baltic languages.
for identifying substances based on their CAS number or to check MSDS; Carry out a socio-economic impact assessment of the pilot cases and an assessment of motivations for, and barriers to, taking the decision to substitute the chemical; Contribute to the SUBSPORT database by entering the Baltic cases and translating international cases to the Baltic languages, thus making them accessible to Baltic SMEs; Carry out policy dialogue: round tables on implementation and enforcement of REACH/CLP in the Baltic States;
Although in Latvian, that is in the Baltic languages, in contrast to, for example, Germanic or Slavic languages, the means of expression of the future have been fully grammaticalized in the form of suffixes, and the future does not a priori contain the meaning of modality or aspect, nevertheless, the Livonian forms of the future in their functional use display a certain similarity with the Latvian language, which distinguishes it from the rest of the Finnic languages.
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