Comasco dialect

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Comasco
comasch
Pronunciation [kuˈmaʃk]
Native to Italy
Native speakers
30,000[citation needed]
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Glottolog None

Comasco is a dialect of Western Lombard language spoken in the city and suburbs of Como. It belongs to the Comasco-Lecchese group.

Characteristics

It shares similarities with Milanese, but more precisely consists of a transition between Brianzöö and Ticinese, in fact both the masculine singular article ul (typical of central Brianzöö) and el (typical of Milanese and Ticinese) are used. Generally, it has harder sounds than other dialects.

See also

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