Xuanzhou Wu dialects
|Native to||People's Republic of China|
|Region||Southern Anhui and bordering areas|
|(3.1 million cited 1987)|
Xuanzhou Wu (宣州吳語) is a western branch of Wu Chinese spoken in and around Xuancheng, Anhui province. The dialect has declined since the Taiping Rebellion, with an influx of Mandarin-speaking immigrants from north of the Yangtze River.
Xuancheng dialect is representative.
- Tongling dialect
- Jing County dialect
- Fanchang dialect
- Shitai dialect
- Lingyang (陵阳) dialect
- Taiping dialect
- Gaochun dialect
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