Welsh is a tongue of the Brythonic arm of Celtic spoken mainly in Wales, though some speakers dwell in England and Argentina.

About 610,000 folk speak Welsh today, though nearly all also speak English. Welsh is a near kin tongue to Cornish and Breton, and, though further away, to Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx.

The Welsh tongue is matched with the olden Celtic tongue spoken in Britishland from before the oncoming of the English. The Welsh tongue word for "England" is "Lloegr" which means "The lost lands". The deal of Welsh speakers was shrinking for many hundreds of years as English spread into formerly Welsh-speaking lands, but in the nineteen hundreds the tongue began to grow again as more and more folk fostered the tongue as a token of Welsh selfhood.

The most nameknown bookcraft in Welsh is the gathering of tales known as the Mabinogion.

Links to leaves about tungs (adight)
Tungs Kin of tungs
Indish-Europish tungs
Theedish North Theedish: Faroeish - Icelandish (High Icelandic)- Old Nordish tung -Old Gutnish - South Jutish
West Theedish: Old Saxish tung - Middle Low Theech - Netherlandish (Old Low Frankish) - Old High Theech
East Theedish: Gottish tung - Vandalish - Burgundish
Engle-Frisish tungs: English (Old English - English tung - Anglish - Lowland Shottish - Yola - Old Frisish tung
Celtish Welsh - Breton - Gaulish
Romanish Latin (Folklatin) - Italish - Frenchish - Spanish - Portugalish - Mirandish
Indish-Iranish tungs Indish-Aryish: Bengalish - Hindi - Urdu - Roma - Punjabish

Iranish: Balochish - Pashto - Persish - Kurdish

Other Indish-Europish
other tungs
Other Chinish tung - Japanish tung - Arabish tung

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