West Slavic languages - a branch of the Slavic languages spoken by West Slavs in Central Europe. This languages are spoken in countries such as Germany (Lusatia), Poland, Czech and Slovakia. To this group belongs second most popular Slavic language, Polish.
The West Slavic languages can be divided into three different subgroups:
- Czech language
- Knaanic or Judeo-Slavic, now extinct
- Upper Sorbian
- Lower Sorbian