The Central Bavarian Germanic dialects forming a subgroup of the Bavarian dialects. The subgroup covers all dialects spoken along the rivers Isar and Danube, on the northern side of the Alps.
Central Bavarian dialects, also known as Central Austro-Bavarian, are spoken in Munich, Upper Bavaria, Lower Bavaria, southern Upper Palatinate, the Swabian district of Aichach, the northern parts of the State of Salzburg, Upper Austria, Lower Austria, Vienna (see Viennese German) and the Northern Burgenland).
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... Northern Bavarian is a dialect of the Bavarian language, together with Central Bavarian and Southern Bavarian ... is mostly spoken in the Upper Palatinate, although not in Regensburg, which is a primarily Central Bavarian–speaking area, according to a linguistic survey done in the late 1980s ... 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 ...
... A characteristic of Central Bavarian is the vocalization of l and r after e or i ... the standard German viel becomes either vui (in Western Central Bavarian) or vüü (in Eastern Central Bavarian) ...
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