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South Tyrolean Wikipedia[edit]

main page Requests for new languages (Wikipedia South Tyrolean)
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Proposal summary
  • Language details: South Tyrolean (Südtirolerisch, sty [invented])
  • Editing community: Andreas (P)
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  • Number of speakers: 300.000
  • Locations spoken: South Tyrol (Südtirol) in North Italy
Comments

support Qrc2006 01:12, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

  • A dictionary is available at click here
  • Very skeptical: South Tyrolean is simply a German dialect like many others. Besides, I have never seen any newspapers written in that dialect. Which ones do you mean? Arbeo 11:12, 13 August 2005 (UTC)
  • Good idea, but will it be sufficient for a whole Wikipedia? I mean, I know south tyrolean, and know that it is very far from german standard but does it have words for things besides the daily-life-words? If yes, I would support, even if I can not really contribute. tiontai.
  • The South Tyrolian dialects belong to the Bavarian group of the High German language area. I do not support the creation of a South Tyrolian Wikipedia but I do support a Bavarian one - there is one for Alemannic too, which started as an Alsatian Wikipedia only. Caesarion 11:11, 20 August 2005 (UTC)
  • Strong Support: there are a lot of books (translated like "The Little Prince" or written by South Tyrolean writers) and dictionaries which are written in South Tyrolean dialect. I think it's better a wikipedia in South Tyrolean and not a wikipedia in Bavarian-Austrian, which hasn't got a standard form and for example a Bavarian of Munich who speaks Münchner Bairisch doesn't understand a South Tyrolean who speaks Bozner Südtirolerisch. Skafa 22:14, 27 October 2005 (UTC)

Note: South Tyrolian is now covered by the joint Austro-Bavarian request (see main page). Arbeo 17:27, 29 April 2006 (UTC)