East Central German

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East Central German
Ostmitteldeutsch
Geographic
distribution:
Thuringia, Saxony, Berlin, Brandenburg
Linguistic classification:Indo-European
Subdivisions:
Mitteldeutsche Mundarten.png
Central German dialects after 1945 and the expulsions of the Germans from their eastern homelands
  Thuringian (7)
  Upper Saxon (8)
  Erzgebirgisch (9)
  Lusatian (10)
  South Markish (11)

East Central German (German: Ostmitteldeutsch) is the variant of the Central German language. East Central German dialects are mainly spoken in Central Germany and parts of Brandenburg.

Dialects[change | change source]

The other dialects and subgroups of East Central German:

Related pages[change | change source]