Min-nan (閩南(語); native name Bân-lâm(-gú); sometimes Hokkien or Hok-kiàn especially in Singapore) literally means "Southern Fujian (language)", that is, the local language (sometimes categorized under the Min dialect) of which variants are spoken in southern Fujian province and eastern Guangdong province (Mainland China), on Taiwan and in the Overseas Chinese communities of Southeast Asia. In Taiwan, it also has the native name of Hō-ló-oē.
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There are four main variants of Min-nan in Mainland, corresponding to the areas of:
The numbers given are tone contours where 1 is the lowest and 5 is highest
The language is registered per RFC 3066 as zh-min-nan .