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Alemannic and language
Today, Alemannic is a linguistic term, referring to Alemannic German, encompassing the dialects of the southern two thirds of Baden-Württemberg ( German State ), in western Bavaria ( German State ), in Vorarlberg ( Austrian State ), Swiss German in Switzerland and the Alsatian language of the Alsace ( France ).
The official language is German ; most speak Alemannic, a German dialect highly divergent from Standard German, but closely related to those dialects spoken in neighbouring regions.
The official language of Bern is German, but the main spoken language is the Alemannic dialect called Bernese German.
In consequence, the written language of the chancery of Saxony-Wittenberg rose in importance in the course of the 17th century, and the 1665 revision of the Zürich Bible abandoned its Alemannic idiom in favour of this standard.
The language, like other Alemannic dialects, is not mutually intelligible with Standard German.
The Alemannic German language took hold only gradually, and was dominant by the 11th century.
While there is no standard MHG, the prestige of the Hohenstaufen court gave rise in the late 12th century to a supra-regional literary language ( mittelhochdeutsche Dichtersprache ) based on Swabian, an Alemannic dialect.
Alemannic ( German: ) is a group of dialects of the Upper German branch of the Germanic language family.
The 1665 revision of the Froschauer Bible removed the Alemannic elements, approaching the language used by Luther.
Category: Alemannic German language
Theodor Heuss praised Hebel's use of the native Alemannic language, not only for parody and vulgarity, but also to make it " a true tool of the poetic craft ", and according to Heuss he created a work that " resonates with the durable, the valid, the eternal, the eternally human ".
The Walser language (), also known as Walliser German ( locally Wallisertiitsch ), is a group of Highest Alemannic dialects spoken in Walser settlements in parts of Switzerland, Italy, Liechtenstein, and Austria and in the German-speaking part of the Canton of Wallis (), in the uppermost Rhône valley.
Category: Alemannic German language
Category: Alemannic German language
Category: Alemannic German language
The language area is located in the transient zone between Rhine Franconian dialects ( Hessian and Palatinate German ) in the north and Alemannic German ( Low Alemannic and Swabian German ) in the south.
Highest Alemannic ( Hegschtalemannisch ) is a branch of Alemannic German and is often considered to be part of the German language, even though mutual intelligibility with Standard German and other non-Alemannic German dialects is very limited.
Category: Alemannic German language
High Alemannic is a branch of Alemannic German and is often considered to be part of the German language, even though it is only partly intelligible to non-Alemannic speakers.

Alemannic and once
Being still predominantly Alemannic, the town once more was destroyed by the Franks in 683 as a consequence of the city ’ s support of an uprising against the Frankish kingdom.

Alemannic and spoken
* Vorarlbergerisch, spoken in Vorarlberg, is a High Alemannic dialect.
The German spoken today over the range of the former Alemanni is termed Alemannic German, and is recognised among the subgroups of the High German languages.
The High German consonant shift is thought to have originated around the 5th century either in Alemannia or among the Lombards ; before that the dialect spoken by Alemannic tribes was little different from that of other West Germanic peoples.
Dialects spoken in the Black Forest area are Alemannic and Swabian.
Alsatian ( Alsatian and ( literally Alsatian-German ); ; or Elsässerdeutsch ) is a Low Alemannic German dialect spoken in most of Alsace, a region in eastern France which has passed between French and German control many times.
Alemán Coloniero, spoken in Colonia Tovar, Venezuela, is a dialect that belongs to the Low Alemannic branch of German.
Alemannic itself comprises a dialect continuum, from the Highest Alemannic spoken in the mountainous south to Swabian in the relatively flat north, with more of the characteristics of Standard German the farther north one goes.
Swabian ( Schwäbisch ) is one of the Alemannic German dialects of High German, spoken in the region of Swabia, present in the North-Eastern area of the Alemannic Sprachraum.
Bernese German is the dialect of High Alemannic German spoken in the Swiss plateau ( Mittelland ) part of the canton of Bern and in some neighbouring regions.
* Alemannic: spoken in parts of the Aosta Valley, northern Piedmont
Zurich German ( German: Zürichdeutsch, Zurich German: Züritüütsch ) is the High Alemannic dialect spoken in the Canton of Zurich, Switzerland.
The Austrian German spoken at home and in local commerce will be one of a number of regional Upper German dialects ( either Austro-Bavarian or Alemannic dialects ).
Highest Alemannic dialects are spoken in alpine regions of Switzerland: In the Bernese Oberland, in the German-speaking parts of the Canton of Fribourg, in the Valais ( see Walliser German ) and in the Walser settlements ( mostly in Switzerland, but also in Italy and in Austria ; see Walser German ).
The High Alemannic dialects are spoken in Liechtenstein and in most of German-speaking Switzerland ( for instance Bernese German or Zürich German ) except for the Highest Alemannic dialects in the South and for the Low Alemannic Basel German dialect in the North West.
The existence of this dialect is one evidence of remarkable linguistic diversity within the small Principality, as it is spoken alongside the Standard German, and the Alemannic dialect common to the country.

Alemannic and ;
Alemannic German dialects have unaspirated as well as aspirated ; the latter series are usually viewed as consonant clusters.
Alsace is influenced by the Alemannic food culture ; as such, beers made in the area are similar to the style of bordering Germany.
Lake Zurich ( Swiss German / Alemannic: Zürisee ; German: Zürichsee ) is a lake in Switzerland, extending southeast of the city of Zurich.
The word baron comes from the Old French baron, from a Late Latin baro " man ; servant, soldier, mercenary " ( so used in Salic Law ; Alemannic Law has barus in the same sense ).
A German knight named Palman became the commander of the Serbian " Alemannic Guard " in 1331 upon crossing Serbia to Jerusalem ; he became leader of all mercenaries in the Serbian Army.
There are very few languages that have initial consonant length ; among them are Pattani Malay, Chuukese, a few Romance languages such as Sicilian and Neapolitan, and many of the High Alemannic German dialects ( such as Thurgovian ).
Native American languages ( such as Siglit, Quechua, and Greenlandic ) and minority languages of France ( Lexique Étymologique du Breton moderne on Breton ; Le Dialecte Alaman de Colmar on Alemannic ) also claimed his attention.
* Töitschu the village of Issime in the upper Lys Valley / Lystal in the Aosta Valley ; an outlying dialect of Alemannic not listed separately by the SIL
In the West, the South and the South-East, they are surrounded by Romance languages ; in the North, by High Alemannic dialects.
In the Swiss canton of Graubünden ( Grisons ) only the Walser exclaves in the Romansh part and the Prättigau, Schanfigg and Davos are Highest Alemannic ; the Rhine Valley with Chur and Engadin are High Alemannic.

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