O-lân-gí

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(Tùi Kē-tē-gí choán--lâi)
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Hô-lân-gí tī thong-sè-kài ê liû-thong chêng-hêng.

O-lân-gí (荷蘭語, Nederlands) á Hô-lân-gí (和-), sī chi̍t khoán Se German gí-giân, sī tāi-io̍k 220 bān lâng ê chāi-tē gí-giân,[1][2] tōa-hūn ê sú-iōng-chiá tī Ô-lân kap Belgien.

Lâm-hui teh liû-thong ê Hui-chiu-gí (Afrikaans) ê gôan-thâu mā-sī Kē-tē-gí.

Miâ[siu-kái]

O-lân-gí tī in chāi-tē ê kiò-hoat sī Nederlands, nā chiàu ì-sù sī Kē-tē--ê(-ōe), lēng-gōa tī kî-tiong koh ū chi̍t-ê khiuⁿ-kháu kiò Hollands, ì-sù sī "Holland--ê(-ōe)". Sui-jiân "Holland" sī lán-lâng kóng "O-lân", "Hô-lân" ê gí-goân, chóng-sī it-poaⁿ nā kóng tio̍h "O-lân-gí" ia̍h "Hô-lân-gí", sī chí choân-kok-sèng ê Kē-tē-gí.

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái]

  1. Het Nederlandse taalgebied. Nederlandse Taalunie (2005). Tī 2008-11-04 khoàⁿ--ê.
  2. About the Netherlands. Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tī 2008-08-23 khoàⁿ--ê.

Goā-pō͘ liân-kiat[siu-kái]

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