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Transylvanian Saxon (plural Transylvanian Saxons)

  1. One of the Germans who settled Transylvania from the 12th century onwards, or their descendants.

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Transylvanian Saxon

  1. The West Central German lect, a variety of Moselle Franconian, spoken by these people.

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