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  • Journal of the International Phonetic Association, Volume 43, Issue 2
  • August 2013, pp. 231-241

Upper Saxon (Chemnitz dialect)

  • Sameer ud Dowla Khan (a1) and Constanze Weise (a2)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0025100313000145
  • Published online: 05 July 2013
Abstract

Upper Saxon (Obersächsisch /ɵːpoˁˈsɛksʃ/) refers to a group of dialects spoken by over two million people in the Free State of Saxony in eastern Germany. It is considered one of the eastern branches of Central German (Wiesinger 1983, Lewis 2009), with major phonological, morphological, and lexical differences from Standard German and other regional dialects.

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