From Mandarin 閩南語／闽南语 (mǐnnányǔ).
- A group of local languages/dialects which can trace their origins to southern Fujian province, China. In common parlance, Southern Min usually refers to Hokkien, which includes Amoy dialect, Taiwanese Hokkien and other varieties in Southeast Asia. It belongs to the Min dialect group of the Sinitic branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family.
- (language): Southern Min
Hokkien — see Hokkien
- Ethnologue entry for Min Nan, nan