This article is part of a series of articles about the language of Luxembourg.
It is a translation of the Luxembourgish language, with many changes from English.
It uses the same phonetic and phonetic variant, but has a more complicated grammar.
It was first published in the French language in 2002, and is a favorite of the French-speaking world.
For a list of other articles on Luxembourg, see Luxembourg language articles.
The language of Luxas name is pronounced “Lax”, the pronunciation of the letter “l”.
In Luxembourgish, the letter L is often pronounced “l” and sometimes “l”, and the word Lax means “loathsome”.
This pronunciation has been used by French and Italian writers for centuries, as well as by writers in the English language.
In French, Lax translates as “the Loa”.
The word L is used in the Luxembourgese language as well.
The pronunciation of Lax has been called a “loan-language”, “Lazy Lax”, and “lazy Lacon”.
There is a long tradition in Luxembourg of using a “L” sound, like a “lick” or a “slip” in music.
This has led to a number of musical instruments called “Lacings”, which are made of wood with a “d” in the middle.
Lax also means “to be lazy”, and is the name of a local area.
The word for “loathe” is also spelled “Laus”, and it has a similar pronunciation as in the word “Lau”.
In a small village called Le Tournai, a popular musical instrument, called “La Bête”, was created in the late 1920s.
The name means “breathless” in French, and “bitter” in Luxembourgish.
The original instrument was a little wooden bowl, but the makers used the word for breathlessness in their name.
The Bêtes name has a certain similarity to the word, “la sûr”, or “silence”.
The name “La Sûr” was also used in a musical composition by an early composer, Louis Althaus, who is known for writing works that are often described as “tantalising”.
The Bètes name is still used in Luxembourg, although it is a little different from the English name.
Other languages that are also used for the name are French, Italian, and Spanish.
Luxembourgese is spoken by approximately 10 million people.
Its people speak several different languages, but all are very similar.
Luxembourgish is the most widely spoken language in Luxembourg and is one of the few that are not spoken by any ethnic group.
Luxembourg is home to over 40,000 people, of which 5,000 are employed by the Government.
Luxembourg has been a member of the European Union since 1959, and Luxembourg has a population of more than 1.3 million people, making it the most populous country in Europe.
Luxembourg was founded in 1846 by a French-American family, the Levellers.
The city of Luxembourg is also known as the Capital of Luxembourg, because it was the seat of the royal family of Luxembourg from 1851 to 1902.