Southern Bavarian

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Southern Bavarian
Südbairisch[1]
Native toAustria (Tyrol, Carinthia, Upper Styria)
Italy (South Tyrol)
Germany (Werdenfelser Land)
Brazil (Treze Tílias), United States, Canada
Latin (German alphabet)
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Glottologsout2632  South Bavarian
glob1242  Global South Bavarian
Bairisches Mundartgebiet.PNG
Bavarian dialects
   Southern Bavarian

Southern Bavarian or Southern Austro-Bavarian (German: Südbairisch) is a variety of the original Bavarian language. It is mostly spoken in Austria (Tyrol, Carinthia, and Upper Styria) and Italy (South Tyrol). There are subvariants of Southern Bavarian. Gottscheerish and Cimbrian are all Southern Bavarian dialects.

The Tyrolean dialect is spoken in North Tyrol, East Tyrol, and South Tyrol. The Tyrolean dialect is close to the dialect spoken in Ostallgäu. The Carinthian dialect is spoken in Carinthia. The Carinthian dialect has a lot of Slavic similarities and spelling. The examples of Carinthian: the High German "a" often becomes "ò" instead of "å" and "Ei" becomes "à" (Dòs wàss i nit; High German: Das weiss ich nicht).[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Ethnologue entry". Archived from the original on 2010-01-13. Retrieved 2021-03-18.
  2. "Südbairischer Dialekt". Wikipedia (in German). 2021-06-26.