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El chjanino è la lengua uffičjale de la Chjana, el parlen tutti da Arezzo n giue, e nn è manco punto sempliče, te l dirò eh! Ma è na roba čitti, na roba, mondjale, spečjale.
The Chianin is the official language of (Val di) Chiana, everybody speaks it there, all the way from Arezzo; it is not easy at all, to be honest, but it is so great and enjoyable!
—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk)
This seems to be w:en:Tuscan dialect or a subdialect of that, which is apparently considered by SIL to be Italian. Thus there is a Wikipedia covering this, it.wikipedia.org. --Prosfilaes (talk) 09:06, 28 April 2020 (UTC)
It surely is a Tuscan dialect, but it is quite different from standard Italian in various features, and if Neapolitan or Venetian dialects have a Wikipedia on their own I can’t see why Chianino wouldn’t deserve it as well.
It is generally left up to w:ISO 639 to decide whether or not a dialect is a separate language. They have said that Neapolitan and Venetian are separate languages, and Tuscan is part of Italian. It is possible to submit a request for a new language tag to them; any chance of getting a Wikipedia for a language without an ISO 639-3 tag will come if and when they reject it.--Prosfilaes (talk) 09:19, 29 April 2020 (UTC)