Västgötska

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Västgötska is a Swedish dialect spoken in the western Swedish province of Västergötland. Specifically, Västgötska commonly refers to several variants of the more broadly defined Götamål spoken across Västergötland except for Gothenburg; the dialect is characterized by the frequent omission of terminal consonants (usually-r or-s), and frequent use of [ø] and [ʊ] vowels.

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