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Môłi Princ — in Kashubian.

Kashubian is a Slavic language spoken primarily in the historical region of Kashubia, which is located in northern Poland. It is recognised as a regional language in Poland.

Kashubian has around 50,000 to 100,000 speakers, and it is considered a minority language in Poland. It is closely related to Polish and is sometimes considered a dialect of Polish, but it has several distinct phonetic, grammatical, and lexical features that set it apart.

One of the unique features of Kashubian is its system of seven cases, including a locative case that is not found in standard Polish. The language also has its own alphabet, based on the Latin script, with several additional characters to represent specific Kashubian sounds.