Middle Low Saxish or Middle Low Theech is the offspring of Old Saxish and is the forerunner of the Low Saxish tung these days. It was the widespread shared tung of the Hansa Band. It was spoken from about 1100 to 1500.
The neighbour tongues within the byleid grounds of the West Theedish tungs were Middle Netherlandish in the west and Middle High Theech/Middle Low Saxish in the south, the latter being shifted to early New High Theech.
Middle Low Saxish was the shared tongue of the Hansa Band, spoken all around the Theedish Sea and the East Sea. Grounded on the tongue of Lübeck, an everyday written tongue was unfolding, though it was never made ever-lasting.
Hints of the weightiness of Middle Low Saxish can be seen by the many loanwords found in the Shedenayish, East Sea-Finnish and Baltish tongues, but also in rike's Theech or in English.
In the late Middle Eldths, Middle Low Saxish lost its standing to Early New High Theech which the athels began to wield first as a written tongue and later as a spoken tongue. Grounds for the loss of standing of Low Saxish were the waning of the Hansa Band that was followed by mootish blending of Northern Theechland, but also the kithshiplike might of Middle and Southern Theechland for earnestness through the Againstish Overhaul.