Mitauro yeSinitiki

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Tarisai futi peji re Mitauro yeSino-Tibheti uye Chichayina

Mepu yeMitauro yeSinitiki

Mitauro yeSinitiki, inowanzo fananidzwa ne "mitauro yeChichayina ", inoumba bazi hombe remhuri yemitauro yeSino-Tibheti. Izvo zvinowanzo kurudzirwa kuti pane pekutanga kupatsanurana pakati pemitauro yeSinitiki nevamwe vese vemhuri (mitauro yeTibheto-Bhema), asi maonero aya anorambwa nenhamba iri kuwedzera yevaongorori. Iyo Bai mitauro , ine kupatsanurwa kwakaomarara, inogona kunge iri nhungirwa yeKereke yeChichayina uye nekudaro chiSinitiki;  zvikasadaro Sinitiki inotsanangurwa chete nemhando dzakasiyana dzeChichayina, uye mashandisirwo ezwi rekuti "Sinitiki" anogona kuratidza maonero emitauro ekuti maChichayina anoumba mhuri yemitauro yakasarudzika, kwete kusiana kwemutauro mumwe.

Huwandu[chinja | edit source]

Huwandu hunofungidzirwa hwevatauri vemapazi akakura emitauro yeSinitiki, yakatorwa kubva kuhuwandu kana fungidziro (2020) uye yakakomberedzwa:

Bazi Vatauri vemo
Mandarin 918,000,000
Yue 84,900,000
Wu 81,700,000
Min 74,200,000
Hakka 48,200,000
Jin 47,000,000
Xiang 37,300,000
Gan 22,100,000
Huizhou 4,600,000
Pinghua 2,000,000
zvimwe ?
Yese 1,300,000,000

Mitauro[chinja | edit source]

  • ? Macro-Bai
    • Bai languages
    • Caijia
    • Longjia († ?)
    • Luren (†?)
  • Chinese
    • Ba-Shu †
      • Minjiang dialect (disputed)
    • Min
      • Inland Min
        • Northern Min (Minbei)
        • Shaojiang
        • Central Min (Minzhong)
      • Coastal Min
        • Eastern Min (Mindong, incl. Fuzhou dialect)
        • Puxian Min
        • Southern Min ( Minnan )
          • Hokkien (incl. Amoy dialect and Taiwanese)
          • Chaoshan (incl. Teochew dialect)
          • Longyan
          • Zhenan
          • Datian (disputed)
          • Zhongshan (disputed, some dialects may be Eastern Min)
        • Leizhou
        • Hainanese (Qiongwen)
    • Guan (Northern Chinese)
      • Jin
      • Central Mandarin Chinese (incl. Standard Chinese and Dungan, spoken by Hui Chinese in Central Asia, and Taz, of the Russian Far East)
      • Lower Yangtze Mandarin (incl. Nanjing dialect)
      • Southwestern Mandarin (incl. Sichuanese dialect)
      • Changyi Xiang (New Xiang)
    • Xiang/Hunanese (Old Xiang)
      • Loushao Xiang
      • Jixu Xiang (Chenxu Xiang)
      • Yongquan Xiang
      • Hengzhou Xiang
    • Huizhou
      • Yanzhou Hui
      • Jingzhan Hui
      • Xiuyi Hui
      • Jishe Hui
      • Qide Hui (Qiwu Hui)
    • Wu
      • Oujiang Wu (incl. Wenzhounese dialect)
      • mainstream Wu
        • Central Wu
          • Taihu Wu (incl. Shanghainese dialect)
          • Taizhou Wu
        • Chuqu Wu
        • Wuzhou Wu
        • Xuanzhou Wu
    • Gan–Hakka
      • Hakka
      • Gan
        • Changdu
        • Yiliu
        • Jicha
        • Fuguang
        • Yingyi
        • Datong
        • Leizi
        • Dongsui
        • Huaiyue
    • Yue
      • Yuehai (incl. Cantonese dialect)
      • Siyi Yue (incl. Taishanese dialect)
      • Yong-Xun Yue (incl. Nanning dialect )
      • Goulou Yue (incl. Bobai dialect )
      • Luo-Guang Yue
      • Gao-Yang Yue
      • Qin-Lian Yue
      • Wu-Hua Yue
    • Pinghua
      • Northern Ping
      • Southern Ping

There are additional, unclassified varieties, including:

  • Shaozhou Tuhua
  • Badong Yao
  • Danzhou
  • Junjia
  • Lingling
  • May
  • She
  • Waxiang
  • Yeheni ("Yao")