Okinawa-gí

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Okinawa-gí
沖縄口 / ウチナーグチ
Hoat-im /ʔut͡ɕinaːɡut͡ɕi/
Goân-chū kok-ka  Ji̍t-pún
Sú-iōng tē-khu Okinawa Kûn-tó lâm-pō͘
Gí-hē
Ji̍t-pún gí-cho̍k
Gí-giân tāi-bé
ISO 639-3 ryu
Glottolog cent2126
ELP South-Central Okinawan
Linguasphere
  • 45-CAC-ai
  • 45-CAC-aj
  • 45-CAC-ak[1]
Boundaries of the Okinawan Languages.svg
  Tiong-lâm-pō͘ Okinawa-gí, ia̍h kiò Shuri–Naha-oē
Gûi-hiám thêng-tō͘
Definitely endangered (UNESCO)
gûi-hiám
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Okinawa-gíJi̍t-pún Okinawa-koān ê chi̍t ê giân-gí, mā-sī Liû-kiû-gí lāi-bīn ê 1 khoán, chú-iàu tī Okinawa-tó lâm-pō͘ kap tiong-pō͘ thong-hêng.

Okinawa-gí mā-sī kó͘-chá Liû-kiû-kok ê koan-hong gí-giân.

Chù-kha[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. Mimizun.com 2005, Comment #658 – 45-CAC-ai comprises most of Central Okinawa, including Shuri (Naha), Ginowan and Nishihara; 45-CAC-aj comprises the southern tip of Okinawa Island, including Itoman, Mabuni and Takamine; 45-CAC-ak encompasses the region west of Okinawa Island, including the Kerama Islands, Kumejima and Aguni.