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  1. Fingallian - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the Gaelic Athletic Association club, see Fingallians GAA. Fingallian or the Fingal dialect is an extinct Anglic language formerly spoken in Fingal, Ireland.

    • Mid-19th century
    • Ireland
  2. Talk:Fingallian - Wikipedia

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    UtDicitur recently split off Fingalian language to Fingallian language via a copy-and-paste move. I went ahead and merged the histories. I think they're right that "Fingallian" is the more usual spelling (it's used for instance here) so I won't be moving it back.

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  4. Fingal - Wikipedia

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    It is located in the provinceof Leinsterand, within that, is part of the Dublin Region. Its name is derived from the medieval territory of Scandinavianforeigners (Irish: gaill) that settled in the area. Fingal County Councilis the local authorityfor the county.

  5. Fingallian — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the Gaelic Athletic Association club, see Fingallians GAA. Fin­gal­lian or the Fin­gal dialect is an ex­tinct An­glic lan­guage for­merly spo­ken in Fin­gal, Ire­land.

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    The Frisian languages are a group of languages spoken by about 500,000 Frisian people on the southern fringes of the North Sea in the Netherlands and Germany. West Frisian, by far the most spoken of the three, is an official language in the Dutch province of Friesland and on two of the West Frisian Islands.

  7. Fingallian - WikiVisually

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    Fingallian Fingallian or the Fingal dialect is an extinct Anglic language formerly spoken in Fingal, Ireland. It is thought to have been an offshoot of Middle English, which was brought to Ireland during the Norman invasion, and was extinct by the mid-19th century.

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    Poole was a farmer and member of the Religious Society of Friendsfrom Growtown in the Parish of Taghmon on the border between the baronies of Bargy and Shelmalier. He collected words and phrases from his tenants and farm labourers between 1800 and his death in 1827.

  9. List of dialects of English - Wikipedia

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    Overview. Dialects can be defined as "sub-forms of languages which are, in general, mutually comprehensible." English speakers from different countries and regions use a variety of different accents (systems of pronunciation) as well as various localized words and grammatical constructions; many different dialects can be identified based on these factors.

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    The Icelandic Language Council, comprising representatives of universities, the arts, journalists, teachers, and the Ministry of Culture, Science and Education, advises the authorities on language policy. Since 1995, on 16 November each year, the birthday of 19th-century poet Jónas Hallgrímsson is celebrated as Icelandic Language Day.

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