Bavarian Language



This standard is created with a balance of the complexity needed to accurately represent the language and the simplicity to be easily understood in mind. Every rule is solely based on logic.

Sadly we can't satisfy every single Bavarian dialect, but we try to write the standard with as many variations in mind as possible, without getting too complicated on grammar rules.

We use an extended Latin alphabet, to get one letter per sound. In this process we only had to add 3 letters and reuse 3 letters to achieve a satisfying outcome.

Those 6 letters are "å", "ë", "c", "h", "š" and "q".

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Everything created for the standard is open for discussion, every word and every rule.

You are more than welcome to leave your opinion on and have discussions.