Luxembourgish language resources – Language Links Database

Luxembourgish (Lëtzebuergesch) – is a Moselle Franconian variety of West Central German that is spoken mainly in Luxembourg. About 400,000 people worldwide speak Luxembourgish.

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Native speakers: c. 400,000 (2010)

Official language in: Luxembourg

Luxembourgish Grammar and Pronunciation

  • - Course, useful expressions with audio (free registration required)
  • Wikipedia - Phonology and basic grammar
  • Omniglot - Alphabet and pronunciation

Digitized Grammar Books

Luxembourgish Vocabulary

Luxembourgish Reading Materials

  • Wikipedia - Luxembourgish version of Wikipedia

Luxembourgish Dictionaries

Luxembourgish Listening and Video Resources


  • - Comparison of German, English and Luxembourgish pronunciation
  • Forvo - Over 350 words pronounced by native speakers
  • ITunes - Join Luxembourgish teacher Julie as she teaches you the absolute basics. In this podcast you’ll be learning just enough to get by on a holiday or business trip to Luxembourg – and to impress native speakers with your knowledge of their language. Each lesson includes just over one minute of language-learning content, so there’s no excuse not to learn! Remember, even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. 12 lessons.


  • YouTube - A List Of YT Video Lessons
  • - Radio and TV station. RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg is the main television channel in Luxembourg. RTL entertainment, magazine and news in Luxembourgish. Outside broadcasting hours, a live camera from the radio studio is broadcast, along with text news and traffic cameras. Programs from RTL Shop in German are broadcast a few hours a day.
  • SquidTV - Links to 2 TV stations



Luxembourgish Apps

Luxembourgish In Other Languages

  • Luxembourgish grammar (in German and French). the website provides structured information about (nearly) all luxembourgish verbs.
  • Luxembourgish-French dictionary (6000 words), 51 pages (pdf)
  • - Course, vocabulary & phrases (in French)
  • - Phonetics (in German)
  • - Course, texts & audio files (in French)
  • Lexique français-luxembourgeois for cross-border workers (2010), 28 pages (pdf)
  • Luxemburger Wörterbuch (1950-70)  
  • Wörterbuch der luxemburgischen Mundart (1906)
  • Google Books Lexicon der Luxemburger Umgangsprache by J F. Gangler (1847)(mirror 1 and 2)

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