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Alsatian (Alsatian: Elsässisch or Elsässerditsch "Alsatian German"; Lorraine Franconian: Elsässerdeitsch; French: Alsacien; German: Elsässisch or Elsässerdeutsch) refers to the Alemannic German dialects spoken in most of Alsace, a formerly disputed region in eastern France that has passed between French and German control five times since 1681.

Alsatian nouns inflect by case, gender and number:

Comparative vocabulary list

English Southern Alsatian
(Haut-Rhin)
Northern Alsatian
(Bas-Rhin)
High Alemannic Standard German Swabian German Luxembourgish Standard French
house 's Hüss<

Declension of indefinite articles in Alsatian (all equivalent to English "a/an").

Alsatian nouns inflect by case, gender and number: