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It is related to Polish in that both are Slavic languages, even though Polish is a Lechitic West Slavic language rather than an East Slavic language.
As for German and Polish, they are only related any more than simply both being Indo-European languages in that the Germanic languages are possibly closer to the Slavic languages and the Baltic languages than to the rest of the Indo-European languages and that Polish has historically borrowed words from High West Germanic dialects.
Rolls, Russian is one of the East Slavic languages, along with Ukrainian, Belarusian, and the two different languages/dialect groups known as Rusyn.
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 Polish language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Polish is the main representative of the Lechitic branch of the Western Slavic languages.
The Polish language is the most widely-spoken of the Slavic language subgroup of Lechitic languages which include Kashubian (the only surviving dialect of Pomeranian language) and the extinct Polabian language.
In the western and northern territories, resettled in large measure by Poles from the territories annexed by the Soviet Union, the older generation speaks a dialect of Polish characteristic of the former eastern provinces.
www.wikipedia.com /wiki/Polish+language

 Cassubian language
Kashubian or Cassubian (Kashubian: kaszëbsczi jãzëk, pòmòrsczi jãzëk, kaszëbskò-słowińskô mòwa) is one of the Lechitic languages, which are a group of Slavic languages.
It is assumed that it evolved from the language spoken by some tribes of Pomeranians called Kashubians, in the region of Pomerania on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea between the Vistula and Oder rivers.
www.firebird.cn /wiki/Cassubian_language

 Cassubian language Definition / Cassubian language Research
Kashubian, Cassubian is one of the Lekhitic languagesThe Lechitic languages include three or possibly four languages spoken in eastern Europe, principally in Poland.
www.elresearch.com /Cassubian_language

also spelled Lechitic group of West Slavic languages composed of Polish, Kashubian and its archaic variant Slovincian, and the extinct Polabian language.
All these languages except Polish are sometimes classified as a Pomeranian subgroup.
The extinct Polabian language, which bordered the Sorbian dialects in eastern Germany, was spoken by the Slavic population of the Elbe River region until the 17th or 18th century; a dictionary and some phrases written in the language exist.
www.rkp-montreal.org /en/05lekhitic

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Linguists classify Kashubian as belonging to the Lechitic group of the Slavonic languages.
One theory claims that Kashubian is a half-way stage between Polish and the extinct languages of the Ranowie, Obodryci, and Drzewanie tribes.
At any rate Poles find it hard to understand the Kashubes.
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 Lechitic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lechitic languages include three languages spoken in Central Europe, principally in Poland, and historically also in Brandenburg, Mecklenburg, and Hither Pomerania, in the north-eastern region of modern Germany.
The term Lechitic derives from the name of Lech, the legendary ancestor of the Lechitic peoples and founder of Poland.
This language group is a branch of the larger West Slavic language family.
en.wikipedia.org /?title=Lekhitic

 Lekhitic : Lekhitic languages
The Lekhitic languages (also Lechitic) are a subgroup of the West Slavic branch of Slavic languages including Polish, Kashubian, and the extinct Slovincian and Polabian.
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 Lekhitic languages
The Lechitic languages include three or possibly four languages spoken in central Europe, principally in Poland and Germany.
The term "Lechitic" derives from the name of Lech, legendary ancestor of Lekhitic peoples and founder of Poland.
The article about Lekhitic languages contains information related to Lekhitic languages and External link.
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 Encyclopedia: List of Lechitic languages
The Lechitic languages include 3 (SIL estimate) languages and dialects spoken in eastern Europe; this language group is a part of the West Slavic language family.
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 Sleeve Notes - Szymanowski: The Complete Mazurkas
And Sìopiewnie inaugurated the phase in Szymanowski’s music that scholars have labelled ‘lechitic’ — a term taken from linguistics, where it refers to the group of west Slavonic languages that includes Polish.
He used the Op 50 Mazurkas as a drawing board, an experimental template to explore his lechitic keyboard style: form, tonality, rhythm — all are exploited in the search for a new music language which would fuse the characteristic features of highland music with Szymanowski’s mature idiom.
The 20 Mazurkas, Op 50 (they were published in five sets between 1926 and 1931, each with four mazurkas apiece), were begun in parallel with Szymanowski’s orchestration of his magnum opus, the opera King Roger, in the first half of 1924.
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 Lista de las idiomas de Lechitic
English version: List of Lechitic languages Next: Lista de las idiomas de Sorbian Up
Las idiomas de Lechitic incluyen 3 (idiomas y dialectos de la estimación de SIL) hablados en Europa Oriental; este grupo de la lengua es una parte de la familia del oeste de la lengua de Slavic.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/li/Lista%20de%20las%20idiomas%20de%20Lechitic.htm

In the modern day some 200,000 Kashubians still speak Kashubian, a West Slavic language, together with Polish belonging to Lechitic group of languages, mainly in northern Poland.
In many towns and villages Kashubian is the second language, after Polish.
www.theezine.net /k/kashubian.html

Lechitic languages and dialects (except Polish), see PG7900-7925.
www.szym.com /zbyszek/plng101.html

For the sub-heading Lechitic, HOLLIS lists Kashubian, Polabian, and Polish languages, and the Slovincian dialect.
For the western Slavic group: Czech, Kashubian, Lechitic, Polabian, Slovak, and Sorbian.
Lechitic - an artificial name; a Polish dialect.
www.drummingnet.com /alekseev/Lecture9.doc

 Slavic peoples - Dangeruss-Industries.com
Lechitic[?] group allegedly includes Poles, Pomeranians and Polabian Slavs
The Proto-Slavic (or Proto-Balto-Slavic) language branched off at some uncertain time in an unknown location from common Proto-Indo-European, becoming a separate Indo-European language: Proto-Slavic, a hypothetical (reconstructed) language whence Common Slavonic and the later individual Slavic languages emerged.
One can customarily divide the Slavs into the following subgroups:
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 The Ultimate List of Lechitic languages - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ultimate List of Lechitic languages - American History Information Guide and Reference
The West Slavic languages is a subdivision of the Slavic language group (q.v.) that includes Czech, Polish, Slovak, and Sorbian.
www.historymania.com /american_history/List_of_Lechitic_languages

 Kashubian language resources
...regarded as the sole survivor of the Lechitic subgroup of West Slavonic languages, though some authorities treat the dialect form known as Kashubian as a...
East: Russian, Belarussian, Ukrainian with Ruthenian; West: a) Lechitic: Polish with Kashubian and †Slovincian, †Polabian b) Czecho-Slovak: Czech, Slovak, c...
LC Subject Headings Weekly List 08 (February 19, 1997)
www.mongabay.com /indigenous_ethnicities/languages/languages/Kashubian.html

 E, W, and S Slavic
West: a) Lechitic: Polish with Kashubian and †Slovincian, †Polabian b) Czecho-Slovak: Czech, Slovak, c) Sorbian: Upper Sorbian, Lower Sorbian
The following three branches of Slavic Languages have evolved from the CS:
www.asu.edu /clas/reesc/asugh/GHSLAVIC.HTM

 List of Lechitic languages - Art History Online Reference and Guide
List of Lechitic languages - Your Art History Reference Guide!
List of Lechitic languages - Art History Online Reference and Guide
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