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Cumbric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Cumbric was a variety of the Common Brittonic language spoken during the Early Middle Ages in the Hen Ogledd or "Old North" in what is now Northern England and ...

Talk:Cumbric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Cumbric is within the scope of WikiProject Celts, a collaborative effort to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Celts. If you would like to participate, you can edit this ...

Cumbric - Google Groups

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INTRODUCTION. Cumbric in England is an Ethnic Awareness and Justice concern in that since the beginning of the twentieth century concerted efforts have been made to

The Cumbric Vocabulary

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The Cumbric Vocabulary. Cumbric is the extinct Celtic language once spoken by the Brythonic people of the English-Scottish borderlands after they were cut off from ...

cumbric - home

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Craís di'r gwyddoniatur ryth yn Gwmbraíc  This is a Cumbric wiki. Cumbric is not yet an official language, and is existant in various forms in reconstructions.

Cumbric Language - World News

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The indigenous languages of Great Britain, Introduction to the Cumbric Revival - The Dragon's Voice!, Cwmbraic - Cumbric, The Cwmbraic Gwyn Alphabet (Part 1 ...

Cumbric - languagesgulper.com

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Name Origin. Cumbri was the name of a Celtic people, meaning ‘fellow countrymen’ or ‘compatriot’, a term etymologically identical to Welsh Cymri.

The Neo-Cumbric Language - facebook.com

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The Neo-Cumbric Language. 755 likes · 6 talking about this. This page is for the revival and use of Brittonic 'Celtic' language forms inspired by the...

Revival of the Cumbric Language | Dr. Myron Evans

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This is the fomer language of all northern Britain and lowland Scotland. It has recently been revived by scholars, the Bible translated into Cumbric, and ...

CUMBRIC – FREE CUMBRIC information | Encyclopedia.com ...

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CUMBRIC. A Celtic language, akin to Old WELSH, spoken in southern Scotland and north-west England until early medieval times. Most relics of Cumbric are place-names ...