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Danzhou dialect

Danzhou dialect
儋州話
Native to China
Region Hainan (Danzhou)
Native speakers
700,000 (2010)[1]
Sino-Tibetan
Language codes
ISO 639-3 None (mis)
Linguist list
1mk-dan
Glottolog None

Danzhou dialect (simplified Chinese: 儋州话; traditional Chinese: 儋州話; pinyin: Dānzhōu huà), locally known as Xiang hua (Chinese: 乡话; pinyin: xiāng huà; literally: "village speech"), is a Chinese variety of uncertain affiliation spoken in the area of Danzhou in northwestern Hainan, China.[2] It was classified as Yue in the Language Atlas of China,[3][4] but in more recent work is treated as an unclassified southern variety.[5]

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