Zulu Dialects

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1 Dialects
1.1 Dialect 1
1.1.1 Where They Speak
Gabon, South Africa
1.1.2 How Many People Speak
Chinese Dialects
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Macedonian Dialects
1.2 Dialect 2
central KwaZulu-Natal Zulu
1.2.1 Where They Speak
Georgia, South Africa
1.2.2 How Many People Speak
Chinese Dialects
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Dzongkha Dialects
1.3 Dialect 3
1.3.1 Where They Speak
1.3.2 How Many People Speak
Swedish Dialects
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Romanian Dialects
1.4 Total No. Of Dialects
English Dialects
Rank: 4 (Overall)
Sanskrit Dialects

Dialects of Zulu

The dialects of Zulu language refer to difference in pronunciations or accents, words and expressions. Zulu dialects are the different forms of Zulu language spoken by particular group of people in different regions. Zulu dialect is a way of pronunciation used by a community of native speakers who belong to same geological region. In some of the languages, there are sub dialects too. Take a look at all Zulu Speaking Countries.

Know Zulu dialects

It is important to know Zulu dialects because different Zulu Dialects are spoken by Zulu speakers. Like other languages in the world, Zulu language also has many varieties. These Zulu dialects are spoken over the entire Zulu speaking regions. Zulu Language has different dialects and is most commonly spoken language in Zulu speaking countries. The total number of Zulu Dialects is 4. Get information about Zulu Language History to know more about this language.

Where do they speak Zulu Dialects

Want to know where do they speak Zulu dialects? One of the Zulu dialect is Qwabe. Qwabe dialect is spoken in Gabon, South Africa. Another dialect of Zulu is central KwaZulu-Natal Zulu.central KwaZulu-Natal Zulu dialect is spoken in Georgia, South Africa. Find more about speaking population of other languages on Most Spoken Languages.

How many people speak Zulu Dialects

Wondering how many people speak Zulu Dialects? Zulu Dialects are spoken in different regions with varying speaker population i.e. from thousands in one dialect to millions in another.

  • Qwabe speaking population: Not Available
  • central KwaZulu-Natal Zulu speaking population: Not Available
  • Ndebele speaking population: Not Available

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