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Language keywords

Language Genetic classification
Baltic Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Balto-Slavic Indo-European languages
Belarusian (Byelo-Russian, White Russian) East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Bosnian Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Bulgarian South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Byelo-Russian see: Belarusian (Byelo-Russian, White Russian) East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Carinthian-Slovenian Slovenian < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Crnogorski see: Montenegrin Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Croatian Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Croatian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Czech West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Czech Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
East Slavic Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Kashubian West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Latgalian Latvian < Baltic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Latvian Baltic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Lithuanian Baltic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Lower Sorbian Sorbian < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Macedonian South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Middle Czech Czech < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Middle Polish Polish < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Modern Czech Czech < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Modern Polish Polish < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Modern Slovak Slovak < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Montenegrin Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Našta South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Novgorodian Old Russian < East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Old Czech Czech < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Old Polish Polish < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Old Prussian Baltic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Old Russian East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Old Slavic South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Old Slovak Slovak < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Polabian West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Polish West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Polish Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Pomeranian West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Proto- and Common Slavic Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Resian Slovenian < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Russian East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Russian Sign Language Individual sign languages (except ASL) < Sign languages
Rusyn East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Serbian Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) < South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Serbo-Croatian (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian) South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Slavic Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Slovak West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Slovenian South Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Sorb see: Sorbian West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Sorbian West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
South Slavic Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Ukrainian East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
Upper Sorbian Sorbian < West Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
West Slavic Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages
White Russian see: Belarusian (Byelo-Russian, White Russian) East Slavic < Slavic < Balto-Slavic < Indo-European languages