Servus or Habedere - The Bavarian dialect, the most attractive and popular in Germany!
But beware, Bavarian is not equal to Bavarian! The Bavarian dialect is subdivided again into the different regions, even within a region there are again differences in pronunciation. The dialect for the Bavarian Forest is called "Waidler dialect". And if you listen closely, you can recognize the regional differences by the pronunciation of some words.
But first slowly! So that you basically understand "Waidlerisch" during your next stay and can come up with one or the other word, we have summarized the most important and everyday words. If you know these words, you will discover the differences of the Waidler dialect much easier. Advanced learners can not only speak the individual pronunciations, but also assign them to the individual "corners"!
The best of the Waidler dialect.
The 1x1 for the next vacation:
I,Du = I, You / Er, Si, Des = He, She (woman), It / Mia, Ehs, De = We, Your, You (group).
Griaß God = "Good day" as a versatile greeting (variants: Griaß Eana = Sie form / Griaßde = Du form / Griaß Enk/Eich = to several people).
Servus/Servas = neutral greeting and/or farewell (always goes!)
Habedere (short also "dere") = greeting and/or farewell in the Du-form
Pfia'God = "Auf Wiedersehen" as a versatile farewell (variants: Pfiad Eana = Sie form / Pfiade = Du form / Pfiad Enk/Eich = to more than one person).
Bittschä = please
Dangschä or Measse = thank you
Basst scha = Fits; all right (or also for "You can go fuck yourself...")
Ijoh = Yes
Shah = Already
Gaij = Gell
Gwiehß = Certainly
Woasd = You know
Wohs = What
Wiavaij = How much
An Guadn = Bon appétit
Froisn = Freeze
If a "non-Bavarian" asks a Waidler to teach him a word, the following usually follows: Oachkatzlschowaf = tail of a squirrel