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Lach dialects (Czech: lašská nářečí, Polish: gwary laskie, not to be confused with the Lechitic language group) is a group of Silesian dialects. It is a hybrid or mixed language of the West Slavic languages.

Lach dialects are spoken in parts of Czech Silesia, the Hlučínsko region and northeastern Moravia.[1] It is also spoken in some adjacent villages in Poland.[2] Most Czech researchers consider Lach to be a dialect of the Czech language, whilst Polish dialectologists tend to furnish Lach with Polish origins.[3]

Poet Óndra Łysohorsky is probably the most known writer who wrote in Lach dialect.

Footnotes

  1. ^ Hannan 1996, 726.
  2. ^ Hannan 1996, 730.
  3. ^ S. Bąk, Mowa polska na Śląsku, Wrocław-Warszawa 1974.

See also

References

  • Hannan, Kevin (Winter 1996). "The Lachian Literary Language of Óndra Łysohorsky". The Slavic and East European Journal 40 (4): 726–743. doi:10.2307/310109.  

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