De Chlin Prinz — in Appenzell Innerrhoden dialect of German language.

Appenzell Innerrhoden dialect is part of High Allemanic dialect group.

High Alemannic group is traditionally subdivided in an Eastern and Western language area (Sprachraum), marked by the Brünig-Napf-Reuss line across the cantons of Aargau and Lucerne (Luzern). Western High Alemannic includes Bernese German, the German dialects of Solothurn and Fribourg, as well as most dialects of Aargau and the northern parts of the canton of Lucerne. Eastern High Alemannic includes Zurich German, Lucerne German, and the dialects of Eastern Switzerland, including this Appenzell Innerrhoden dialect.