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Useful phrases in Limburgish

A collection of useful phrases in Limburgish, a Germanic language spoken mainly in parts of the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

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Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal, sg = singular (said to one person), pl = plural (said to more than one person).

Phrase Limburgs (Limburgish)
Welcome Wilkóm
Hello (General greeting) Hallo
Hello (on phone)
How are you?
Reply to 'How are you?'
Long time no see
What's your name? Hoe heits doe?
My name is ... Ich heit ...
Where are you from?
I'm from ...
Pleased to meet you
Good morning
(Morning greeting)
Good afternoon
(Afternoon greeting)
Good evening
(Evening greeting)
Good night
(Parting phrases)
Good luck!
Cheers! Good Health!
(Toasts used when drinking)
Have a nice day
Bon appetit /
Have a nice meal
Bon voyage /
Have a good journey
I don't know Ich weit ut neet
I understand
I don't understand Ich versjtaon neet
Ich begriep 't neet
Please speak more slowly
Please say that again
Please write it down
Do you speak English?
Do you speak Limburgish? Sjpraeks doe Limburgs?
Yes, a little
(reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
Jao, ein bitje
Speak to me in Limburgish
How do you say ... in Limburgish? Wie zaes doe ... in Limburgs?
Excuse me Verekskezeer! (inf)
Verekskezeert! (frm)
How much is this?
Thank you
Reply to thank you
Where's the toilet / bathroom? Woe is 't prevāthoes?
Woe is 't twalèt?
This gentleman will pay for everything
This lady will pay for everything
Would you like to dance with me? Wil doe mit mich denser?
I miss you
I love you Ik hald van dich
Get well soon
Go away!
Leave me alone!
Call the police! Rope de plissie!
Christmas greetings
New Year greetings
Easter greetings
Birthday greetings Gelökkige verjaordaag
One language is never enough
My hovercraft is full of eels

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