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The Old Prussian language was once spoken by the Old Prussians, the Baltic peoples of the Prussian region around modern regions of Kaliningrad and Lithuania until the language went extinct in the early 18th century. However, it is currently being revived and reformed by a few linguists and philologists. Only several dozen people use the language in Lithuania, Kaliningrad, and Poland, including a few children who are natively bilingual.

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