Nazion celtege

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I nazion celtege i è di territori indel'Europa ocidentala indove i lengue celtege o i trats celtig i g'è anc'mò al dé d'inœ.[1]

I ses territore qe i è considerads nazion celtege i è: Bretagna (Breizh), Cornvalia (Kernow), Galles (Cymru), Scozia (Alba), Irlanda (Éire) and the Isola de Man (Mannin or Ellan Vannin).[1][2] In tœte i ses nazion l'è parlada una lengua celtega.[3]

I ses nazion[Mudifega | mudìfica 'l sorgènt]

Ol nœmer total di persone qi viv indele nazion celtige l'è 19 596 000 e, de qesti, qei qe è bon de parlar la so lengua celtega i è 2 818 000, ol 14.3%.

I nazion e i lengue celtege
Nazion Nom celteg Lengua celtega Popol Popolazion Parlador % de la popolazion
Flag of Irlanda Irlanda[4] Éire Irlandes
(Gaeilge)
Irlandes
(Éireannaigh, Gaeil)
6,399,115 (ROI 4 588 252, NI 1 810 863)[5] 1 944 353 total:
- Irlanda: 1 904 958 (ROI 1 774 437, NI 130 521)[6][7]
- Stats Unids: 30,000
- Canada: 7,500
- Australia: 1,895
29.7% (ROI 38.6%, NI 7.2%)
Bandera de Scozia Scozia Alba Gaelig Scozes
(Gàidhlig)
Scozes
(Albannaich)
5 313 600 92 400[8] 1.2%[9]
Bandera de Bretagna Bretagna Breizh Breton
(brezhoneg)
Breton
(Breizhiz)
4 300 000 206 000[10] 5%[10]
Bandera de Galles Galles Cymru Galles
(Cymraeg)
Galles
(Cymry)
3 000 000 750 000+ total:
- Galles: 611,000[11]
- Ingilterra: 150 000 [12]
- Arjentina: 5 000[13]
- Stats Unids: 2 500 [14]
- Canada: 2 200 [15]
21.7%[16]
Bandera de Cornovalia Cornovalia Kernow Cornovaies
(Kernowek)
Cornvaies
(Kernowyon)
500 000 2 000[17] 0.1%[18][19]
Bandera de Isola de Man Isola de Man Mannin
Ellan Vannin
Manx
(Gaelg)
Manes
(Manninee)
84 497[20] 1,662[20] 2.0%[20]


Ol nom di nazion celtege (e i termen ligads) indele lengue celtege vive al dé d'incœ

(Lombard)
Irlandes
(Gaeilge)
Gaelig Scozes
(Gàidhlig)
Manx
(Gaelg)
Galles
(Cymraeg)
Cornovaies[21]
(Kernowek)
Breton
(Brezhoneg)
Irlanda Éire Èirinn Nerin Iwerddon Wordhen
Iwerdhon
Iwerzhon
Scozia Albain Alba Nalbin yr Alban Alban Bro-Skos
Skos
Alban
Mann
Isola de Man
Manainn
Oileán Mhanann
Manainn
Eilean Mhanainn
Mannin
Ellan Vannin
Manaw
Ynys Manaw
Manow
Enys Vanow
Manav
Enez-Vanav
Galles an Bhreatain Bheag a' Chuimrigh Bretin Cymru Kembra Kembre
Cornvalia Corn na Breataine a' Chòrn yn Chorn Cernyw Kernow Kernev-Veur
Bretagna an Bhriotáin a' Bhreatainn Bheag yn Vritaan Llydaw Breten Vian Breizh
Gran Bretagna an Bhreatain Mhór Breatainn Mhòr Bretin Vooar Prydain Fawr Breten Veur Breizh-Veur
Nazion
celtega
náisiúin
Cheilteacha
nàiseanan
Ceilteach
ashoonyn
Celtiagh
gwledydd
Celtaidd
broyow
keltek
broioù
keltiek
Lengue
celtege
teangacha
Ceilteacha
cànanan
Cheilteach
çhengaghyn
Celtiagh
ieithoedd
Celtaidd
yethow
keltek
yezhoù
keltiek

Riferiments[Mudifega | mudìfica 'l sorgènt]

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  4. La bandera de la republica irlandesa l'è dovrada da la Lega Celtega per rapresentar l'Irlanda, anc se l'è mìa recognossida da tœts come bandera de l'intera isola.
  5. (EN) The 2011 population of the Republic of Ireland was 4,588,252 and that of Northern Ireland in 2011 was 1,810,863. These are Census data from the official governmental statistics agencies in the respective jurisdictions:
  6. (EN) Central Statistics Office Ireland. Cso.ie.
  7. The figure for Northern Ireland from the 2001 Census is somewhat ambiguous, as it covers people who have "some knowledge of Irish". Out of the 167,487 people who claimed to have "some knowledge", 36,479 of them could understand it when spoken, but couldn't speak it themselves.
  8. (EN) Mixed report on Gaelic language. BBC News (2005-10-10).
  9. (EN) Kenneth MacKinnon (2003). Census 2001 Scotland: Gaelic Language - first results.
  10. 10,0 10,1 (FR) Données clés sur Breton, Ofis ar Brezhoneg
  11. (EN) 2004 Welsh Language Use Survey: the report - Welsh Language Board.
  12. (EN) United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Refworld | World Directory of Minorities and Indigenous Peoples - United Kingdom : Welsh. UNHCR.
  13. (EN) Wales and Argentina. Wales.com website. Welsh Assembly Government (2008).
  14. (EN) Table 1. Detailed Languages Spoken at Home and Ability to Speak English for the Population 5 Years and Over for the United States: 2006-2008 Release Date: April, 2010 (xls). United States Census Bureau.
  15. 2006 Census of Canada: Topic based tabulations: Various Languages Spoken (147), Age Groups (17A) and Sex (3) for the Population of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2006 Census - 20% Sample Data. Statistics Canada (7 December 2010).
  16. (EN) Publication of the report on the 2004 Welsh Language Use Survey. Welsh Language Board website An increase from the 2001 census results: 582,368 persons age 3 and over were able to speak Welsh - 20.8% of the population.. Welsh Language Board (8 May 2006).
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  19. (EN) Effectively extinct as a spoken language in 1777. Language revived from 1904, though a tiny 0.1% percent is able to hold a limited conversion in Cornish.
  20. 20,0 20,1 20,2 (EN) Isle of Man Census 2011. Isle of Man Government.
  21. (EN) An English-Cornish Glossary in the Standard Written Form.