Western Brythonic

Western Brythonic

Infobox Language
name=Western Brythonic
region=Wales, Welsh Marches, North West England, Pennines
fam3=Insular Celtic

Western Brythonic was the dialect of British Celtic spoken in north-west England, Wales and the Welsh marches. It surrvived longer than Eastern Brythonic and evolved into Welsh and the now extinct language called Cumbric.

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