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Baltic languages

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Baltic languages, a group of Indo-European languages that includes modern Latvian and Lithuanian, spoken on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea, and the extinct Old Prussian, Yotvingian, Curonian, Selonian, and Semigalian languages, more closely related to Slavic, Germanic, and Indo-Iranian than to the other branches of the family. Speakers of modern Lithuanian and Latvian, the languages of the Balts inhabiting the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea, as well as the extinct Old Prussian language, Yotvingian (or Yatvingian, Jotvingian, Khatvingian), Curonian (Kurish), Semigallian and Selonian (Selonian), are referred to here as B Balts. Other languages and dialects of the Balts (D-Balts), inhabited to the east of the above-mentioned groups, in the areas of the upper reaches of the Dnieper River.

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