Northern Austro-Bavarian

Northern Austro-Bavarian is a dialect of German, mostly spoken in the Upper Palatinate. Its most prominent characteristics are the reversed diphthongs (gestuerzte Dipthonge). It is the northern branch of Austro-Bavarian.

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