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Alzenau dialect

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Halcnovian (Altsnerisch/Päurisch), alternatively spelled Haltsnovian, is a East Central German dialect spoken in the former village of Hałcnów, which is now a district of Bielsko-Biała, Poland. It was the vernacular language of Hałcnów until 1945, when ethnic Germans were expelled from Poland. Some examples of the language were recorded in the works of Karl Olma (1914–2001), who was active as a journalist in the Halcnovian exile community in West Germany after World War II.[1] Recently the dialect has been researched from a linguistic standpoint by Marek Dolatowski.[2][3] It is related to the Wymysorys language.[4]

Ma hīrt guor oft di Loit huort kluoin do hoit-zotāg werd veil geloin an wār nė güt betrīga kon, dos ei kai ōgefāner Mōn. Do lōw ėch mir di ālde Welt di wuor of andre Fis geštelt.

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