Akebarian language

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The Akebarian language is a standardised language variety based upon the local traditional dialect spoken in area.

The dialect spoken in Akebar belongs to a wider linguistic area which encompasses Cumbria, South Durham and much of northern and Eastern Yorkshire. The speech of the are is characterised by Danish-influenced Northumbrian speech and is set apart from both the purer, more Anglian Northumbrian speech of Northumberland and North Durham, as well as the Mercian speech of southwestern Yorkshire and Lancashire.