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Genoese is the dialect of the Ligurian language spoken in Genoa, the principal city of the Liguria region in Italy.
Ligurian is a language in its own right, of the Romance branch, and not to be confused with the ancient Ligurian language. Like the languages of Lombardy, Piedmont, and surrounding regions, it is of Gallo-Italic derivation.
In its differences from standard Italian, Genoese is somewhat similar to French. The language is dying out. Most remaining speakers of it are elderly.
Written literature has been produced in Genoese since the 13th century, but the spelling has never been regularized.
Genoese phonology includes a few likenesses with French. One similarity is heavily nasalized vowels before nasal consonants. This also occurs when Genoese speakers speak standard Italian. There used to be an alveolar approximant (English-like) /ɹ/ opposed to an alveolar trill /r/ (using the 18th century genoese spelling: caro ['kaːɹu] "dear" vs. carro ['kaːru] "cart"), but it is no longer heard in the city. It may still survive in some rural areas of Liguria, such as Calizzano and Sassello. Audio samples may be heard here. By far the most widespread type of /r/ today is the alveolar tap [ɾ] (identical to unstressed Standard Italian /r/). There are several distinctive local accents of Genoese. Nervi, Quinto, and Quarto are heard to the east of Genoa. Voltri, Prà, Pegli, and Sestrito are heard to the west. There are also accents of the central Polcevera Valley and Bisagno.
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