Manx (Gaelic)

Language family: Indo-European

Language group: Celtic

Geographical use: the island Man (UK)

Information: Extinct language. Manx has been extinct since the end of the 1940s but is still used to declare laws.
Manx is usually considered to be a dialect of Scottish Gaelic with strong Norwegian influences. The first written tradition dates back to the 17th century. Except for some ballades and songs, there is no literature.

 

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