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Standard German

Der Kleine Prinz — in standard German.

Der Kleine Printz — in Sütterlinschrift of standard German language

Der Kleine Printz — in Fraktur calligraphic typeface of standard German language

Der Kleine Prinz — in standard German.

Der Kleine Prinz — in standard German.

Ancient Language

Dher Luzzilfuristo — in old high German (Althochdeutsch).


Daz Prinzelin — in Middle High German / Mittelhochdeutsch: a form of German language spoken in the High Middle Ages. It is conventionally dated between 1050 and 1350, developing from Old High German and into Early New High German.


Regional Dialects — Frisian

De Lüttje Prinz — in East Frisian language spoken in Niedersachsen.


Regional Dialect — High & Low Franconian

Dä Kleene Prenz — from Düsseldorf

De Klä Prinz — from Hunsrück, Rheinland-Pfalz

Regional Dialect — West Central German

Deä Klenge Prenz — from Aachen


Dä Kleine Prinz — from Köln / Cologne


De Glään Brins — from Saarland


De Klaane Prinz — from Hessen


Regional Dialect — East Central German

Dr Gleene Brins — in Saxon or Upper Saxon (Obersächsisch), an East Central German dialect spoken in much of the modern German State of Saxony and in the adjacent parts of Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. Though colloquially called Saxon (Sächsisch), it is not to be confused with the Low Saxon dialect group in Northern Germany.

Der Kleene Prince — from Berlin


Regional Dialect — Upper German

Da Kloa Prinz – in Bavarian. Bavarian (German: Bairisch; Bavarian: Boarisch) is a language belonging to Upper German group, spoken in Bavaria (German: Bayern), much of Austria, and South Tyrol in Italy.


Dr Kleine Prinz — in Swabian. Swabian is one of the dialect groups of Alemannic German that belong to the High German dialect continuum. It is mainly spoken in Swabia which is located in central and southeastern Baden-Württemberg and the southwest of Bavaria.

Regional Language — Minorities

Mały Princ — in Upper Sorbian. Upper Sorbian (hornjoserbšće) is a minority language spoken by Sorbs in Germany in the historical province of Upper Lusatia, which is today part of Saxony. It is grouped in the West Slavic language branch, together with Lower Sorbian, Czech, Polish, Slovak and Kashubian.

Ten Mały Princ — in Lower Sorbian (dolnoserbski), which is a Slavic minority language spoken in eastern Germany in the historical province of Lower Lusatia, today part of Brandenburg. It is one of the two literary Sorbian languages, the other being the more lively Upper Sorbian. Lower Sorbian is spoken in and around the city of Cottbus in Brandenburg. It is a heavily endangered language.

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