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Maltese is spoken in Malta, where it is a co-official language along with English. It is also an official language of the European Union. Maltese is a Semitic language, but it is written with the Latin alphabet. It derives from the Arabic dialect that developed in Sicily and the rest of Southern Italy, with vocabulary borrowed from Italian (particularly Sicilian) and English.
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Maltese > English: 6,550 words
English > Maltese: 5,961 words
Last update: April 10, 2020
First upload: December 14, 2008
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