Comasco-Lecchese dialects

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Comasco-Lecchese
Native to Italy
Native speakers
300,000[citation needed]
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Glottolog None

The group of dialects Comasco-Lecchese is part of the Western Lombard language and is spoken in the province of Como and province of Lecco, especially around the capital cities and north of them. In other parts of this provinces, other Western Lombard varieties are spoken (Brianzoeu and Bustocco-Legnanese).

The most important dialects are:

References


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