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Rhenish Franconian

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Rhenish Franconian

Rhine Franconian (German: Main line which is also referred to as the Speyer line which separates it from the Upper German dialects.

Subgroups

  • Eastern Hunsr├╝ckisch

See also

Saarland (section Language), Moselle Franconian (adjacent language area)

Bibliography

  • Hughes, Stephanie. 2005. Bilingualism in North-East France with specific reference to Rhenish Franconian spoken by Moselle Cross-border (or frontier) workers. In Preisler, Bent, et al., eds. The Consequences of Mobility: Linguistic and Sociocultural Contact Zones. Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde Universitetscenter: Institut for Sprog og Kultur. ISBN 87-7349-651-0.
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