|Native to||People's Republic of China|
|13 million? (1998)|
The four Yuehai dialects, at right, are marked with a 'Y'
Yuehai (粵海方言) is the main branch of Yue Chinese, spoken in Guangdong province, Hong Kong, Macau and oversea Chinese communities. It is commonly called Cantonese, though that name is more precisely applied to the Guangfu dialect of Yuehai.
- Guangfu dialect (Cantonese)
- Nan-Pan-Shun/Sanyi dialect (Samyap)
- Zhongshan dialect
Guan-Bao is divergent.
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