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Cornish

cornish

Classification: Indo-European – Celtic – Insular – Brythonic – Cornish

Number of speakers: No native speakers. Around 3,500 L2

Countries where it is spoken: The UK

Varieties: No known variety

Example:

Pub den all yw genys rydh hag kehaval yn dynita ha gwiryow. Yth yns i kemynnys gans reson ha kowses hag y tal dhedha gul dhe unn orth y gile yn spyrys a vrederedh.

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

 

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2 thoughts on “Cornish

  1. I am a speaker of Cornish. The speakers of Cornish are spread throughout Cornwall, which extends as far as the River Tamar, whereas your graphic only shades part of Cornwall. There is an active “Yeth an Werin” conversational group in Launceston right on the border, and Cornish speakers in places such as Saltash alongside the river Tamar.

    Oll an gwella,
    Davydh

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