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Sure! Oiltjers is a language predominantly spoken in the Denderstreek (Denderarea) and Little-Brabant (which is in Belgium).
It's a language estimated to be spoken by 18.262 people but because it's a variant of many Brabants languages, it is said to be understandable for 5.405.092 (all Brabantian people).
Oilsjters (that's another Brabantian language) is spoken by 84.859 people. It's not my native tongue but I can speak it fluent as well.
In Dutch, the languages are called 'Haalterts' (Oiltjers) and 'Aalsters' (Oilsjters).
There are many written pieces in the Brabantian languages. A lot in Oilsjters and some in Oiltjers, both have a standardized spelling.
I don't think there is an English name for the languages. 'Oiltjers' is already phonetically correct in English and Oilsjters would be 'Oilshters'.
This is the schema: Brabants -> South-Brabants -> Little-Brabants -> Oiltjers & Oilsjters.
On some wiki-pages, the languages are still called 'dialects' but many linguists have recognized there to be too many differences with Dutch to still be called 'a dialect'.
Here are some wiki-pages for some info:https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brabantshttps://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zuid-Brabantshttps://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kleinbrabantshttps://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aalstershttp://www.oilsjtersen-diksjoneir.be/aa ... php?cat1=Ohttp://www.mijnwoordenboek.nl/dialect/Aalsters