Giân-gú

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Giân-gú (言語)[1], he̍k-chiá gí-giân (語言), ia̍h-sī kán-tan kóng ōe (話)[1], sī 1 thò tāi-piáu kap thoân-ta̍t ì-gī ê hē-thóng. Gí-giân ū kiat-kò·, pau-koat gí-hoat, siaⁿ-ūn. Gí-giân thàu-kòe hû-hō thoân-ta̍t; hû-hō ê mûi-kài pau-koat siaⁿ-im, chhiú-sè, piáu-chêng, chu-sè, bûn-jī, téng-téng.

Gí-giân lêng-le̍k sī lâng siōng ki-pún ê hêng-ûi chi it. Lâng ê gí-giân chē-chē khoán; chóng--sī bô 1 thò goân-chek ū-hoat-tō· khek-koan tēng-gī gí-giân chi-kan ê piⁿ-kài.

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Carstairs Douglas (1873). Chinese English dictionary of Vernacular or Spoken Language of Amoy. 

Siong-koan[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

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