Bavarian Language

Bavarian Language

Bavarian (German: Bairisch, Austro-Bavarian: Boarisch, IPA: /bɔɑrɪʃ/), is a major group of Upper German varieties spoken in the southeast of the German language area, Bavaria.

Read more about Bavarian Language:  History and Origin, Latin Influence, Classification, Regions Where Bavarian Is Spoken, Dialects, Use, Grammar, Society, Samples of Bavarian and Austrian

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Bavarian Language - Samples of Bavarian and Austrian
... Bavarian S' Boarische is a Grubbm vo Dialekt im Sidn vom daitschn Språchraum ... English Bavarian is a group of dialects in the south of the German-speaking area ... Bavarian Serwus/Habèderè/Griaß Di/Grüß Gott, i bin/bî da Pèda und kumm/kimm vo Minga ...
Northern Bavarian
... Northern Bavarian is a dialect of the Bavarian language, together with Central Bavarian and Southern Bavarian ... The language is mostly spoken in the Upper Palatinate, although not in Regensburg, which is a primarily Central Bavarian–speaking area, according to a linguistic ... According to the same survey, Northern Bavarian is also spoken in Upper Franconia, as well as in some areas in Upper and Lower Bavaria, such as in the areas around Eichst ...

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