The Sudennakuna Dialect (kila sudennakuna) is a dialect of Aurun spoken in the southern provinces but most commonly in the province of Lärtä. It is heavily influenced by Germanic languages. Some might say that this dialect is a Germanic language with Aurun influences but it still retains the core Aurun language but with a more Germanic vocabulary.
Differences between Standard Aurun and Sudennakuna
- Sudennakuna completely disregards the letters b, d, k, and h. While h is removed completely; b, d, and k is replaced by p, t, and g respectively.
Brod → Prot
Kala → Gala
Hääne → Ääne
Kävhä → Gävä
- In Sudennakuna, the [ʃ] sound is written as sj instead of the Standard Aurun ch or sh.
Groche → Grosje
Shoklat → Sjoglat
- The letter ä is pronounced like the usual a in Sudennakuna and the long a is written as ää or aa.
- The Aurun word for I/me/my, ya is replaced by the more Germanic ik.
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