Dutch native speakers vs Malaysian native speakers
How many people speak Dutch and Malaysian languages tells about Dutch native speakers vs Malaysian native speakers. The native language is also known as first language. Total 22.00 million people speak Dutch as native language while 77.00 million people speak Malaysian as native language. You can also go to Dutch vs Malaysian Dialects and find the total number of dialects in Dutch and Malaysian language. In some regions, Dutch and Malaysian languages are used as second language. There are 6.00 million speakers who use Dutch as second language and 98.00 million speakers who use Malaysian as second language.
Native Names of Dutch and Malaysian
Native names are used in the Dutch and Malaysian Speaking Countries. Both Dutch and Malaysian languages have their own native names.Under how many people speak Dutch and Malaysian you will get to know the native names of Dutch and Malaysian languages. The native name of Dutch is Nederlands and native name of Malaysian is Bahasa melayu. The alternative names of Dutch and Malaysian languages are as follows:
- Dutch alternative names are: Hollands, Nederlands
- Malaysian alternative names are: Not Available
The French name of Dutch is néerlandais; flamand whereas German name of Dutch is Niederländisch. The German name of Malaysian is Malaiisch whereas French name of Malaysian is néerlandais; flamand.