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      • Ulster Scots dialects From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ulster Scots, sometimes called Ullans, is a dialect of Lowland Scots that is spoken in some of the northern parts of Ireland, across Ulster. It is closely related to the English language.
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  2. Ulster Scots dialect - Wikipedia

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    Ulster Scots or Ulster-Scots, also known as Ulster Scotch, Scots-Irish and Ullans, is the dialect of the Scots language spoken in parts of Ulster in Ireland. It is generally considered a dialect or group of dialects of Scots, although groups such as the Ulster-Scots Language Society and Ulster-Scots Academy consider it a language in its own right, and the Ulster-Scots Agency and former Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure have used the term Ulster-Scots language. Some definitions of Ulster Sc

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  3. Ulster Scots dialects - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ulster Scots, sometimes called Ullans, is a dialect of Lowland Scots that is spoken in some of the northern parts of Ireland, across Ulster. It is closely related to the English language.

  4. Ulster Scots people - Wikipedia

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    Ulster Scots is the local dialect of the Lowland Scots language which has, since the 1980s, also been called "Ullans", a portmanteau neologism popularised by the physician, amateur historian and politician Dr Ian Adamson, merging Ulster and Lallans —the Scots for "Lowlands" —but also an acronym for " U lster-Scots l anguage in l iterature a nd n ative s peech".

  5. Scots language - Wikipedia

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    Scots (Scots: Scots, Scottish Gaelic: Albais/Beurla Ghallda) is a West Germanic language variety spoken in Scotland and parts of Ulster in the north of Ireland (where the local dialect is known as Ulster Scots).

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  6. Ulster Scots leid - Wikipedia

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    Ulster Scots, kent as Ulstèr-Scotch an Ullans an aw, is the byleid o the Scots leid spak in Ulster (Norlin Airlan and tha Republic o Airlan). It is maistly spak bi the Ulster-Scots fowk awtho mony wirds, sic as glaikit an wee, haes been borraed intae the ilkaday speak o ither fowks.

  7. Talk:Ulster Scots dialect - Wikipedia

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    I'm still wondering what are these dialects of Ulster-Scots, I always assumed there was one dialect and that was Ulster-Scots itself, which is a dialect of Scottish Scots. Mabuska 01:41, 1 February 2015 (UTC) External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just added archive links to 3 external links on Ulster Scots dialects.

  8. The Concise Ulster Dictionary writes that "Ulster Scots is one dialect of Lowland Scots, now officially regarded as a language by the European Bureau for Lesser-Used Languages." The Northern Ireland Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure considers Ulster Scots to be "the local variety of the Scots language."

  9. Talk:Ulster Scots dialects/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

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    The introduction: Ulster Scots, ... , refers to varieties of English or Scots, dialects of Lowland Scots, spoken in parts of the province of Ulster in the north of Ireland is a bit of a mouthful, and, if Scots is English, Scots and dialects of Lowland Scots are arguably redundant, although describing Ulster Scots as a variety of Scots and linking it to said article provides more information about its nature that linking it to English would. That may all of course depend on how US is being ...

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