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ROMANIA
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AKKADIAN
ASSYRIA
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PREVALENT
DIALECT CONTINUUM
DUTCH
MAJORITY
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
SYNTAX
IRAN
KURDS
MACEDONIA
BULGARIAN
SOUTHERN DIALECT
SOUTHERN
CLOSER
SPEECH
UKRAINIAN
SPANISH
SORANI
SPEAKING
OWN TONGUE
ALGONQUIAN LANGUAGE
ARCHAIC FEATURES
JAVANESE
ISLAND
URK
WRITTEN
GREEK LANGUAGE
INHABITANTS
DISTINCT LANGUAGE
SIMILAR
TATAR LANGUAGE
VARIETY
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Definitions

  1. A dialect is a complete system of verbal communication (oral or signed, but not necessarily written) with its own vocabulary and grammar.
  2. A dialect (from the Greek word διάλεκτος, dialektos) is a variety of a language used by people from a particular geographic area. (Web site)
  3. A dialect is distinguished by its vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation (phonology, including prosody).
  4. This dialect is considered a transitional dialect between Ukrainian and Russian.[ 7] Steppe is spoken in southern and southeastern Ukraine.
  5. The dialect is spoken by people in the Northeastern part of Mainland China; areas like Liáoníng, Jílín, and Hēilóngjiāng provinces.

Switzerland

  1. Zürich German, or Züritüütsch is the dialect of High Alemannic German spoken in the Canton of Zürich, Switzerland.

Geneva

  1. Genevois is the name used in Geneva used for the dialect of Arpitan used in the canton of Geneva.
  2. In Switzerland, depending on the local dialect, 80 can be: quatre-vingts (Geneva, Neuchâtel, Jura) or huitante (Vaud, Valais, Fribourg). (Web site)

Compiler

  1. The compiler implements a very early dialect of C++, predating iostream.h and using the earlier stream.h.
  2. The assembler is a special dialect of the compiler.

Citation

  1. However, most linguists[ citation needed] do consider Andalusian to be a dialect of Spanish, albeit heavily influenced by Mozarabic.
  2. Standard Mandarin is also put into this category,[ citation needed] since it is based on the local dialect of Beijing. (Web site)

Romania

  1. Also, the variations in the "Daco-Romanian" dialect (spoken throughout Romania and Moldova) are very small. (Web site)
  2. Wymysorys is a High German dialect of Poland, and Sathmarisch and Siebenbürgisch are High German dialects of Romania.

Denmark

  1. However, there was also an Old East Norse dialect which was very similar and was spoken in Denmark and Sweden and their settlements.
  2. From 1100 and onwards, the dialect of Denmark began to diverge from that of Sweden.
  3. In the eastern dialect, which was spoken in Sweden and Denmark, this would have been dansk tunga and this translates as the "Danish tongue".

Spain

  1. The term "dialect" does not apply to other regional languages in Spain such as Catalan, Galician, and Basque.
  2. Pixueto (Pixuetu) is a dialect of the Asturian language (a romance language), spoken almost exclusively in Cudillero, Spain.
  3. Treated officialy as a separate language in Spain, it is now often considered a dialect of Portuguese.

Italy

  1. In Italy, Latin was originally the dialect of the region around Rome.
  2. In Italy and Germany, those speakers who still speak dialects typically use dialect in informal situations, especially in the family. (Web site)
  3. Brigasc is a dialect of the Ligurian language, having a strong Occitan influence, which is spoken in Italy and France.

Russian

  1. Ukrainian is mutually intelligible to some degree to both but mostly to Russian, being believed by many to be an intermediary form in the dialect continuum.

Greek

  1. Macedonian is regarded by some authors as another Greek dialect, possibly related to Doric or NW Greek.[ 3]. (Web site)
  2. Some linguists consider that the Macedonian tongue was a sibling language to all the Ancient Greek dialects, and not simply a Greek dialect.
  3. Crossland is very critical of Kalleris, a Greek writer who tries to make a case from a linguistics standpoint for Macedonian being a Greek dialect. (Web site)

Polish

  1. Masurian (also known as Mazurian, Masovian, and Mazovian) is a dialect of Polish, once spoken in Masuria.
  2. A large proportion spoke a dialect of Polish, many also felt that they were an ethnic (Slavic) group of their own called Silesians.
  3. The native dialect remained distinct, although it acquired many Polish and Russian loanwords[ citation needed]. (Web site)

Philippines

  1. Caluyanon (also spelled Caluyanun) is a dialect of the Kinaray-a language and spoken in the Caluya Islands, Antique in the Philippines. (Web site)
  2. Koronadal Bilaan (or Blaan, or B'laan) is a northern dialect of Bilaan, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in southern Mindanao in the Philippines.

Akkadian

  1. The Assyrian dialect of Akkadian found in the beginning of the 2nd millennium differs strongly from the dialect of Babylonia. (Web site)

Assyria

  1. No direct evidence indicates that the Chaldeans spoke a language other than Babylonian (a different dialect of Akkadian than that spoken in Assyria). (Web site)
  2. The ancient people of Assyria spoke a dialect of the Akkadian language, a branch of the Semitic languages. (Web site)
  3. Language The ancient people of Assyria spoke an Assyrian dialect of the Akkadian language, a branch of the Semitic languages.

Customs

  1. Notably in Vienna and in South Germany, where most Banat Swabians now live, they maintain their customs and dialect, and support those who remain in Romania.
  2. The Sherpa language is a dialect of Tibetan; their customs and dress are basically Tibetan and their religion Buddhist.
  3. Nationalism -The shared belief among peoples of a common heritage, culture, and customs, and speaking a similar language (there may be dialect differences).

Prevalent

  1. The dialect of the Scots language spoken in Lossiemouth was closely related to the Doric dialect that was prevalent in Aberdeenshire.
  2. Thus, the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc has several runes peculiar to itself to represent diphthongs unique to (or at least prevalent in) the Anglo-Saxon dialect.

Dialect Continuum

  1. The many dialects making up German (belonging either to Low German, Middle German or High German subdivisions) form a dialect continuum.
  2. However, all German dialects belong to the dialect continuum of High German and Low Saxon.
  3. The dialects of Denmark, Norway and Sweden form a dialect continuum and are mutually intelligible. (Web site)

Dutch

  1. De Heideroosjes is also a well-known Dutch punk rock group, singing in Dutch, English, German and dialect. (Web site)
  2. The question of whether Low German should be considered a separate language, as opposed to a dialect of German or Dutch, has been a point of contention. (Web site)
  3. There was at one time a dialect continuum that blurred the boundary between Dutch and Low Saxon. (Web site)

Majority

  1. The majority of the people in Bangladesh do not understand this dialect.
  2. The Assyrians use classical Syriac in their liturgies while the majority of them speak and write a modern dialect of this language. (Web site)
  3. The majority of the population of Baltiyul speaks Balti, an archaic dialect of the Tibetan[7] language.

Programming Language

  1. A dialect of a programming language is a (relatively small) variation or extension of the language that does not change its intrinsic nature. (Web site)
  2. VBScript is a programming language that is often viewed as a dialect of VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), although it is really its own language.

Syntax

  1. Basically, Python can be seen as a dialect of Lisp with "traditional" syntax (what Lisp people call "infix" or "m-lisp" syntax). (Web site)

Iran

  1. Tarjomeh.com 3- It may also give the impression that FARSI is a dialect of some parts of Iran and not the predominant (official) language of this country.
  2. This dictionary focuses on modern use of the Kurmanji dialect of Kurdish, which is spoken in Turkey, Syria, Iran, Iraq, and parts of the former Soviet Union. (Web site)
  3. The northern dialect, or Kurmanji is spoken in northern half of Iraqi Kurdistan, Caucasus, Turkey, Syria and northwest of Iran.

Kurds

  1. Bukan is inhabited by Kurds, adherents of Shafeʿite Sunnism, who speak the Sorani, or central, dialect of Kurdish. (Web site)
  2. Kurds of Mosul speak in Kurmanji dialect of Kurdish which is called Behdini in the region.
  3. Kurmanji dialect which uses the Latin Script[ citation needed] is the most common dialect of the Kurdish language and spoken by 80% of all Kurds. (Web site)

Macedonia

  1. The people of Macedonia spoke Greek, a local Greek dialect and thus it was easy for them to adopt the Attic dialect.

Bulgarian

  1. According to Bulgaria, the Macedonian language is a dialect of Bulgarian.
  2. There is a dialect continuum with Slovenian in the West, and Macedonian and Bulgarian in the South and East.
  3. It belongs to the same sub-branch of south Slavic languages that include Serbo-Croatian and Bulgarian, being a transitional dialect between the two.

Southern Dialect

  1. Standard Thai is used as the official language but the southern dialect is more widely spoken among the local people.
  2. The Southern dialect and the standard Thai language are spoken while English is widely understood in tourist areas.
  3. S is pronounced like the English sh for the southern dialect and some central dialects; however, it is pronounced like English s among the northern dialects.

Southern

  1. The northern dialect is spoken by about 6,000,000 people, and the southern dialect by about 1,500,000.
  2. Pashtuns who speak a southern dialect of Pashto refer to themselves as Pashtuns, while those who speak a northern dialect as Pukhtuns.
  3. The two main dialects are soft or southern dialect and hard or northern dialect. (Web site)

Closer

  1. Brailford defines the dialect of Macedonia as neither Serbian, nor Bulgarian, yet closer to the second one. (Web site)
  2. The dialect of the east Midlands around London was closer to Modern English than any of the other dialects of England. (Web site)
  3. It is also notable that, at least in England, the closer to standard English a dialect gets, the less the lexicon varies by region, and vice-versa.

Speech

  1. While speakers of Luri regard their speech as a dialect of Persian, speakers of Farsi do not agree. (Web site)
  2. And finally, vulgar Latin was not a dialect, it was a set of dialects spoken by the ordinary people, who varied widely in speech. (Web site)
  3. Eye dialect is also found in representations of the speech of various Londoners in Sherlock Holmes stories. (Web site)

Ukrainian

  1. In the 19th Century, the Tsarist Government of Russia claimed that Ukrainian was merely a dialect of Russian and not a language in its own right. (Web site)
  2. Rusyn is considered to be either a separate language or a dialect of Ukrainian[ 2]. (Web site)
  3. Ukrainian linguists officially consider Rusyn a dialect of Ukrainian, similar to the Hutsul dialect in the neighbouring Carpathian region of Ukraine.

Spanish

  1. It is mistakenly referred to as Spanglish, which is not a recognized dialect of English but rather a mixing of English and Spanish. (Web site)
  2. The Andalusian dialect of Spanish (also called andaluz) is spoken in Andalusia, Ceuta, Melilla, and parts of southern Extremadura. (Web site)
  3. Gibraltar residents speak English and Spanish (with a local dialect).

Sorani

  1. The Sorani dialect is spoken by about 25% of the Kurds.
  2. It is located in the northwest of Kermanshah where people speak Sorani dialect of Kurdish. (Web site)
  3. It is estimated that almost 80% of the existing Kurdish literature in the 20th century has been written in Sorani dialect. (Web site)

Speaking

  1. However many still speak the language or dialect of their mother tongue when speaking with person of the same race or ethnicity. (Web site)
  2. This group of people, with their own unique culture and customs and speaking mainly a unique dialect of Afrikaans, resides principally in the Western Cape.
  3. The Talyshs and Tats are both an Iranian people who speak Iranian languages, with Tats speaking a dialect of Persian.

Own Tongue

  1. The Ludic language or dialect (Luudi, Lyydi, or lüüdi in their own tongue) is sometimes classified as a dialect of Veps.

Algonquian Language

  1. The Atikamekw language (also spelled 'Attikamek') is an Algonquian language, and is a dialect of the Cree language complex.

Archaic Features

  1. The Jeju dialect preserves some archaic features that can also be found in Middle Korean, whose arae a is retained in the dialect as a distinct vowel.

Javanese

  1. The Central Javanese variant, based on the speech of Surakarta (and also to a degree of Yogyakarta), is considered as the most "refined" Javanese dialect.
  2. The language of Banyumasan are of Austronesian origin, and is usually considered to be a dialect of Javanese.

Island

  1. The Banyumasan language, spoken on the island of Java, is usually considered a dialect of Javanese in modern language classification. (Web site)
  2. However, we do not know when or how speakers of this dialect arrived on this island.
  3. Although Patois (a dialect of French Creole) was once the most widely spoken language on the island, it is now rarely heard. (Web site)

Urk

  1. The dialect has become like this, because Urk up to WWII was an island and could be only reached by boat. (Web site)
  2. In spite of that, Urk is no longer an island and everyone by means of the media is always faced with Dutch and English, but the own dialect is still alive.

Written

  1. It contains extracts translated from the Gospel according to St. Matthew, etc., and is written in the dialect of the South, in the Greek alphabet.
  2. Sorani is the southern dialect, written in the Arabic script, and is spoken (with variations) by most Iranian Kurds and by the “Talabani” Kurds in Iraq. (Web site)
  3. Tajik could also be considered an eastern dialect of Persian, but, contrary to Iranian and Afghan Persian, it is written in the Cyrillic script.

Greek Language

  1. Cappadocian, also known as Cappadocian Greek or Asia Minor Greek, is a dialect of the Greek language, formerly spoken in Cappadocia (Central Turkey).
  2. Griko is debatably a Doric dialect of the Greek Language. (Web site)
  3. The Ionians were one of the four main ancient Greek phyla or tribes, linked by their use of the Ionic dialect of the Greek language.

Inhabitants

  1. It has a road connecting it to the Bandar Lengeh area and its inhabitants speak Bastaki, a dialect made up of Persian. (Web site)
  2. There exist many inhabitants of China, especially in the South, that do barely understand the official language that is based upon the dialect of Peking. (Web site)
  3. Even today the culture and dialect of Odessa is marked by the fact that before WWII over 30% of its inhabitants were Jewish. (Web site)

Distinct Language

  1. Opinions are divided between Polish linguists whether Silesian is a distinct language or simply another dialect of Polish.
  2. Fr. Llamzon and I were convinced, even before any lexicostatiscal analysis, that Tagarug was a distinct language and not a dialect of Tagalog. (Web site)
  3. Virtually every inhabited island in the FSM is associated with a distinct language or dialect from the Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) language family.

Similar

  1. A similar dialect to Corsican is also spoken to some extent in the Gallura area of Sardinia (Italy). (Web site)
  2. The old native language in Camiguin is called “Kinamiguin”, which is similar to the dialect spoken in Surigao. (Web site)
  3. Some 120,000 people live in the Aosta Valley region, where a dialect of Franco-Provençal is spoken that is similar to dialects spoken in France.

Tatar Language

  1. Mişär Tatars (or Mishers) are a group of Tatars speaking a dialect of the Tatar language.
  2. The Kazan Tatars speak a Turkic dialect (with a big complement of Russian and Arabic words; see Tatar language).
  3. They speak a Western dialect of the Tatar language.

Variety

  1. When a variety of language is shared by a group of speakers, it is known as a dialect. (Web site)
  2. Language The dialect of Nieuwleusen is a variety of Low Saxon. (Web site)
  3. If the distinctions are limited to phonology, one often uses the term accent of a variety instead of variety or dialect.

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