Lesser Polish dialect

Map of Polish dialects

The Lesser Polish dialect (Polish: dialekt małopolski) is a cluster of regional varieties of the Polish language around the Lesser Poland historical region. The exact area is difficult to delineate due to the expansion its features and the existence of transitional subdialects.[1]

Common subdialects of the Lesser Polish dialect include Podhale, Kraków [pl], Lwów, Sącz [pl], Żywiec [pl], Kielce [pl] and some others.

The common traits of the Lesser Polish dialect include:


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