Brythonic languages facts for kids
The Brythonic languages are a language family of the Celtic languages. They are spoken in Brittany, Wales and Cornwall. While going extinct in the rest of the British Isles, the (recognised) regions include: Cumbria and Scotland, while still debated, Common Brittonic was widely spoken across England.
There are three Brythonic languages:
And three extinct languages
- Common Brittonic
- Pictish (debated as to whether Pictish was a Brythonic Language)
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