Central German

Central German (Mitteldeutsch) is a group of High German dialects spoken from the Rhineland in the west to the former eastern territories of Germany.

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Central Germany (cultural Area) - Examples of Use
... Central German Metropolitan Region (11 cities in Saxony, Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt) Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (Saxony, Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt ...
Central German - Classification
... West Central German (Westmitteldeutsch), part of the Franconian language group Central Franconian (Mittelfränkisch) Ripuarian (Ripuarisch) Moselle Franconian ...
High German Consonant Shift - Geographical Distribution
... Uerdingen line (Uerdingen) ik ich Limburgian (East Low Franconian) Benrath line (Boundary Low GermanCentral German) maken machen Ripuarian Franconian (Colo ... The generally-accepted boundary between Central and Low German, the maken-machen line, is sometimes called the Benrath line, as it passes through the Düsseldorf suburb of Benrath ... vary in their distribution (phase 3, for example, partly affects the whole of Upper German and partly only the southernmost dialects within Upper German), but there are even slight variations from word ...
Hessian Dialects
... Hessisch) is a West Central German group of dialects of the German language in the central German state of Hesse ... The dialect most similar to Hessian is Palatinate German (Ger ... Hessian dialects have some features which set them somewhat apart from other West-Central German dialects ...
List Of Germanic Languages - West Germanic - Continental West Germanic
... Further information German language, Dutch language, German dialects, and Dutch dialects High German languages Old High German † Upper German High Franconian East Franconian German Main-Franconian ...

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