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Hamburg German, also known as Hamburg dialect or Hamburger dialect (natively Hamborger Platt, German: Hamburger Platt), is a group of Northern Low Saxon varieties spoken in Hamburg, Germany. Occasionally, the term Hamburgisch is also used for Hamburg Missingsch, a variety of standard German with Low Saxon substrates. These are urban dialects that have absorbed numerous English and Dutch loanwords, for instance Törn 'trip' (< turn) and suutje 'gently' (< Dutch zoetjes). The Low Saxon language in Hamburg is divided in several subdialects:

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  • Hamburg German, also known as Hamburg dialect or Hamburger dialect (natively Hamborger Platt, German: Hamburger Platt), is a group of Northern Low Saxon varieties spoken in Hamburg, Germany. Occasionally, the term Hamburgisch is also used for Hamburg Missingsch, a variety of standard German with Low Saxon substrates. These are urban dialects that have absorbed numerous English and Dutch loanwords, for instance Törn 'trip' (< turn) and suutje 'gently' (< Dutch zoetjes). The Low Saxon language in Hamburg is divided in several subdialects:
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  • Hamburg German, also known as Hamburg dialect or Hamburger dialect (natively Hamborger Platt, German: Hamburger Platt), is a group of Northern Low Saxon varieties spoken in Hamburg, Germany. Occasionally, the term Hamburgisch is also used for Hamburg Missingsch, a variety of standard German with Low Saxon substrates. These are urban dialects that have absorbed numerous English and Dutch loanwords, for instance Törn 'trip' (< turn) and suutje 'gently' (< Dutch zoetjes). Hamburg's name is pronounced [ˈhambɔːç] in these dialects, with a "ch" similar to that in the standard German words ich or Milch. Typical of the Hamburg dialects and other Lower Elbe dialects is the [ɔɪ̯] pronunciation (and eu spelling) for the diphthong /œɪ/ (written öö, öh or ö), e.g.: However, as in most other Low Saxon (Low German) dialects, the long monophthong /øː/ is pronounced [øː] (as in French peu), for instance Kööm ~ Kœm [kʰøːm] 'caraway'. The Low Saxon language in Hamburg is divided in several subdialects: * Finkwarder Platt * Olwarder Platt * Veerlanner Platt (with many sub-sub-dialects) * Barmbeker Platt. The Hamborger Veermaster is a famous sea shanty sung in the regional dialect.
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