Noun Concept
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Taiwanese  Min  Amoy  Fukien  Fukkianese
Any of the forms of Chinese spoken in Fukien province WordNet 3.0
Any of the forms of Chinese spoken in Fukien province WordNet 3.0 & WordNet 2020
Min is a broad group of Sinitic languages spoken by about 30 million people in Fujian province as well as by the descendants of Min speaking colonists on Leizhou peninsula and Hainan, or assimilated natives of Chaoshan, parts of Zhongshan, three counties in southern Wenzhou, Zhoushan archipelago, and Taiwan. Wikipedia
Taiwanese Hokkien, also known as Taiwanese Minnan, Holo, Taiwanese, or Taigi, is a variety of the Hokkien language spoken natively by about 70% of the population of Taiwan. Wikipedia
Such as Min Nan (which includes Hokkien) and Min Dong (which includes Fuzhou dialect). Wikipedia Disambiguation
A variety of Min Nan Chinese, which could be indicated more specifically by nan-TW. Wikipedia Disambiguation
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A dialect of Min Nan Chinese (or Fujian dialect), spoken by about 70% of Taiwan's population. OmegaWiki
A city on the southeast coast of China on the the Taiwan Strait. OmegaWiki
A group of related Chinese languages from Fujian, including Min Nan and Min Dong. Wiktionary
The popular name of the variant of Hokkien spoken in Taiwan, the native language of the Hoklo. Wiktionary