Proposal: Baltic Languages and Usage
Actually I think "Baltic languages" has two different meanings.
- One for the three national languages of the Baltic countries: Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian. They may also for a "Sprachbund".
- Another for a subfamily of the Indo-European languages which includes Latvian, Lithuanian, and the extinct since the 19th century Old Prussian. Estonian is not included as it is rather a member of the Finno-Ugric language family.
As we're specifically including Estonian, should we also cover Old Prussian? The number of questions should be small.