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Jianyang dialect

Gṳ̿ing-iô̤ng-dī / 建陽事
Native to Southern China
Region Jianyang, Fujian
Native speakers
(this article does not contain any information regarding the number of speakers)
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Glottolog None

Jianyang (Min Bei: / 建陽事) is a dialect of Northern Min Chinese spoken in Jianyang in the north of Fujian province.


Tones, counting both checked and unchecked syllables, are ˦ (44), ˧ (33), ˨ (22), ˩ (11), ˧˥ (35), ˦˧ (53), ˧˩ (31).


  • Matthew Chen, 2000. Tone Sandhi: Patterns across Chinese Dialects. CUP.

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