Jian'ou dialect

  • jian'ou
    gṳ̿ing-é-dī / 建甌事
    pronunciation[kuiŋ˧ ɪ˥˦ ti˦]
    native tosouthern china
    regionjian'ou, fujian province
    language family
    sino-tibetan
    • sinitic
      • min
        • northern min
          • jian'ou
    writing system
    chinese character, kienning colloquial romanized
    language codes
    iso 639-3
    jian1240[1]
    this article contains ipa phonetic symbols. without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of unicode characters. for an introductory guide on ipa symbols, see help:ipa.
    bible in jian'ou romanised (genesis), published by the british and foreign bible society.

    jian'ou dialect (northern min: gṳ̿ing-é-dī / 建甌事; chinese: simplified chinese: 建瓯话; traditional chinese: 建甌話; pinyin: jiàn'ōu huà), also known as kienow dialect, is a local dialect of northern min chinese spoken in jian'ou in northern fujian province. it is regarded as the standard common language in jian'ou.

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Jian'ou
Gṳ̿ing-é-dī / 建甌事
Pronunciation[kuiŋ˧ ɪ˥˦ ti˦]
Native toSouthern China
RegionJian'ou, Fujian province
Chinese character, Kienning Colloquial Romanized
Language codes
ISO 639-3
jian1240[1]
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Bible in Jian'ou Romanised (Genesis), published by the British and Foreign Bible Society.

Jian'ou dialect (Northern Min: Gṳ̿ing-é-dī / 建甌事; Chinese: simplified Chinese: 建瓯话; traditional Chinese: 建甌話; pinyin: Jiàn'ōu huà), also known as Kienow dialect, is a local dialect of Northern Min Chinese spoken in Jian'ou in northern Fujian province. It is regarded as the standard common language in Jian'ou.