Historical

 

Proto-Germanic

Old Norse

Old Icelandic

OE: West Saxon

ME: Older Scots

E.Mod: Shakespeare

Old Frisian

Old Dutch

Old Low German

Old High German

Middle High German

 

 

Scandinavian

 

Icelandic STD

Faroese

Norw: Oslo

Norw: Stavanger

Swed: Stockholm

Swed: NW Skåne

Danish: std

 

 

English & Frisian

 

English: RP

English: ‘Estuary’

English: Liverpool

English: N.E.Engl.

English: N.Ireland

English: N.E.Scot.

English: N.Carolina

W.Frisian: Grou

W.Frisian: Hylpen

 

 

Dutch

 

Dutch STD

Dutch (std. BE)

Dutch: Ostend

Dutch: Antwerp

Dutch: Limburg

 

 

Low & Ctl. German

 

Achterhoek (NL)

Hamburg area

Göttingen area

Cologne

Luxemburg

East Franconian

Transylvania: Honigberg

 

 

Upper German

 

Standard

Standard: LI accent

Alm. L: Tübingen

Alm. L: Alsace N.

Alm. L: Bodensee

Alm. H: Biel

Alm. H+: Graubünden

Alm. H+: LI Walser

A-Bv.S.: S.Tyrol

Yiddish