The Castilian languages are Castilian (Spanish) and its closest relatives. Besides derivatives of Spanish such as Judaeo-Spanish and Loreto-Ucayali, this refers principally to Extremaduran, partially mutual intelligible language that is often considered merely a peculiar dialect by other speakers of Spanish.
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The term "Castilian languages" is used in the 17th edition of Ethnologue. This grouping is used virtually nowhere else.
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