Manx (native name Gaelg or Gailck, pronounced or [ɡilɡ]),  also known as Manx Gaelic, and as the Manks language,  is a Goidelic Celtic language of the Indo ...
Information about Manx, a Celtic language spoken in the Isle of Man that was revived during the 20th century.
Failt erriu as bannaghtyn dys Ynsee Gaelg. Welcome to Learn Manx (Ynsee Gaelg) a web site dedicated to the Gaelic language of the Isle of Man. Regardless of whether ...
Manx language, member of the Goidelic group of Celtic languages, formerly spoken on the Isle of Man. Like Scottish Gaelic, Manx was an offshoot of Irish, and it is ...
manx language its grammar, literature, and present state. a paper read before the philological society, june 18th, 1875. by. henry jenner, esq., of the ms. department ...
In 2009 the Manx language was declared extinct. Today Isle of Man residents are using Twitter, music and schooling to help revive their ancestors’ mother tongue
Supplanted by Manx vernacular English, which in turn is supplanted by other varieties of English . Some people are using Manx with their children.
The Manx language, (known in Manx as "Gaelg" or "Gailck"), is a language spoken in the Isle of Man. It is a Celtic language of the Goidelic language family.
Manx language 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 ...
Consisting of simple lessons, each with three very short sound files, these lessons are suitable for people which no knowledge of Manx Gaelic.