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Other Languages
Afrikaans: Oossee
Alemannisch: Ostsee
Ænglisc: Ostsǣ
العربية: بحر البلطيق
aragonés: Mar Baltica
arpetan: Mar Baltica
অসমীয়া: বাল্টিক সাগৰ
asturianu: Mar Bálticu
azərbaycanca: Baltik dənizi
Bân-lâm-gú: Baltic Hái
башҡортса: Балтик диңгеҙе
беларуская: Балтыйскае мора
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Балтыйскае мора
भोजपुरी: बाल्टिक सागर
български: Балтийско море
Boarisch: Ostsää
bosanski: Baltičko more
brezhoneg: Mor Baltel
català: Mar Bàltica
Чӑвашла: Балти тинĕсĕ
čeština: Baltské moře
Cymraeg: Y Môr Baltig
Deutsch: Ostsee
dolnoserbski: Baltiske mórjo
español: Mar Báltico
Esperanto: Balta Maro
euskara: Baltikoa
Fiji Hindi: Baltic Sea
føroyskt: Eystrasalt
français: Mer Baltique
Frysk: Eastsee
Gaeilge: Muir Bhailt
Gàidhlig: Am Muir Baltach
galego: Mar Báltico
ГӀалгӀай: Балтикера форд
客家語/Hak-kâ-ngî: Baltic-hói
한국어: 발트해
հայերեն: Բալթիկ ծով
Արեւմտահայերէն: Պալթեան Ծով
hornjoserbsce: Baltiske morjo
hrvatski: Baltičko more
Ido: Baltiko
Bahasa Indonesia: Laut Baltik
interlingua: Mar Baltic
íslenska: Eystrasalt
italiano: Mar Baltico
עברית: הים הבלטי
ქართული: ბალტიის ზღვა
kaszëbsczi: Bôłt
kernowek: Mor Baltek
Кыргызча: Балтика деңизи
кырык мары: Балти тангыж
latgaļu: Baļtejis jiura
latviešu: Baltijas jūra
Lëtzebuergesch: Baltescht Mier
lietuvių: Baltijos jūra
Limburgs: Ooszee
Lingua Franca Nova: Mar Baltica
Livvinkarjala: Baltiekan meri
la .lojban.: baltik. xamsi
Luganda: Baltic Sea
lumbaart: Mar Baltegh
magyar: Balti-tenger
македонски: Балтичко Море
მარგალური: ბალტიაშ ზუღა
مازِرونی: بالتیک دریا
Bahasa Melayu: Laut Baltik
Mirandés: Mar Báltico
မြန်မာဘာသာ: ဘောလ်တစ် ပင်လယ်
Nederlands: Oostzee
Nedersaksies: Oostzee
नेपाल भाषा: बाल्टिक सागर
日本語: バルト海
Nordfriisk: Ååstsiie
norsk nynorsk: Austersjøen
occitan: Mar Baltica
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Boltiq dengizi
پنجابی: بالٹک سمندر
Papiamentu: Baltiko
Piemontèis: Mar Bàltich
Plattdüütsch: Oostsee
português: Mar Báltico
română: Marea Baltică
rumantsch: Mar da l'Ost
русиньскый: Балтіцьке море
саха тыла: Балтик байҕал
Seeltersk: Aastsee
sicilianu: Mari Bàlticu
Simple English: Baltic Sea
slovenčina: Baltské more
slovenščina: Baltsko morje
ślůnski: Bałtycke Morze
Soomaaliga: Bada Baldiiqa
српски / srpski: Балтичко море
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Baltičko more
suomi: Itämeri
svenska: Östersjön
Tagalog: Dagat Baltiko
tarandíne: Mar Baltiche
татарча/tatarça: Балтыйк диңгезе
Türkçe: Baltık Denizi
Türkmençe: Baltika deňzi
українська: Балтійське море
vèneto: Mar Bàltego
vepsän kel’: Baltijan meri
Tiếng Việt: Biển Baltic
Võro: Õdagumeri
West-Vlams: Baltische Zêe
Winaray: Dagat Baltiko
吴语: 波罗的海
ייִדיש: באלטישער ים
粵語: 波羅的海
žemaitėška: Baltėjės jūra
中文: 波罗的海