Lithuanian is the nativge language of the Republic of Lithuanian,
where it is spoken by over 3 million people, about 80 percent of
the total population. Lithuanian is one of the two Baltic languages,
which form a branch of the Indo-European family.
Lithuanian is perhaps the oldest of all the modern Indo-Luropean
languages. It has been said that the speech of a Lithuanian peasant
ts the closest thing existing today to the speech of the original
Indo-Europeans. Lithuanian also bears certain remarkable similarities
to Sanskrit, the progenitor of the modern Indic languages.
Lithuanian is spoken/used in the
following countries: Lithuania
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