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Cimbrian refers to any of several local Upper German dialects spoken in northeastern Italy. This area was settled in about the year 1000 by people coming from Tyrol, and since then it was isolated from other German speaking areas, politically and linguistically.
Cimbrian is a Germanic language which is related to Austro-Bavarian and is sometimes classified as a Southern Austro-Bavarian dialect. However, as there are many essential differences in grammar as well as in vocabulary and pronunciation, it is practically unintelligible for people speaking German or Austro-Bavarian, the latter being also spoken in South Tyrol.
The three major dialects of Cimbrian are spoken in the "Sette Comuni" (Sieben Gemeinden) near Asiago (currently only the village of Roana-Robaan), Luserna (Lusern), and the "Tredici Comuni" (Dreizehn Gemeinden) near Verona (currently only the village of Giazza-Ljetzan).
Cimbrian is in danger of extinction both from standard Italian, which is often used in public, and the neighboring regional Venetian language. It is estimated that about 2,220 people speak Cimbrian.
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