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  1. The Anglo-Frisian languages are the Anglic (English, Scots, and Yola) and Frisian varieties of West Germanic languages.. The Anglo-Frisian languages are distinct from other West Germanic languages due to several sound changes: besides the Ingvaeonic nasal spirant law, which is present in Low German as well, Anglo-Frisian brightening and palatalization of /k/ are for the most part unique to the ...

  2. Division. There are three main groups of Frisian varieties: West Frisian, Saterland Frisian, and North Frisian.Some linguists consider these three varieties, despite their mutual unintelligibility, to be dialects of one single Frisian language, [citation needed] whereas others consider them to be a number of separate languages equal to or greater than the number of main branches discussed here.