Re: Linguistic precedence [was: (TC304.2313)

From: Antoine Leca (
Date: Mon Jun 19 2000 - 04:43:09 EDT

Michael Everson wrote:
> Note that the short native term in each of these languages is 'Gaelic', not
> "Éireannach", "Albanach", or "Manninagh". In Belfast English, it is common
> for Irish speakers to call the language "Gaelic" and not "Irish".

In France, sometimes Breton (Brezoneg, sorry if I mispell) is designated as
« gaélique » or « langue gaélique ». Pretty much the same.


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