Alternate Language Map in a world with some different migrations. Here's a writeup of some of the new peoples:
Ruzian/Ruzenian: Pronounced Ruthian/Ruthenian, The Ruzians were the people born from the settlement of Wikings into the *Andalus* and *Algarve* regions by Lusitanian kings as thanks for help in fighting the Berber kingdoms resulting from their invasion of Hispania. The Ruzians adopted the culture of their Lusitanian overlords, and gradually conquered the rest of Betica along with Lusitania. Hispanic Normans with some Berber mixed in.
Porekans: (from Po reka - by the river) The South Slavs continued their expansion and invaded the Po river valley. Most of the Porekans were escaping the Wigarian invasion of the Pannonia region. Slavic Italians.
Doetsch: German French: the Franks germanised much of the north of France and began settling people throughout Francia westward into their territories in the North of France. They then began spreading south through the Rhone river valley. Populations of the Oberseemener exist from adventurers to the Holy Land in the 1200s. Their language is essentially Low Franconian with a heavy Latin influence.
Theodish: What if English was stuck in the Middle English state without any French or much Latin influence?
Siqillian: another resultant language of the Berber expansion of the 800s, the Siqillians are born from the mixed Zenatian, Tamazight, and Kabylian populations of North Africa.
Pannonian: The Romance language of the Keszthely Culture, they are a major minority population in the state of Wigaria.
African: Carthaginian Romance
Moorish: Berber Romance spoken by Altavans
Treverese: a strange group of mountaineers, shepherds, foresters and farmers residing in the Vosges mountains and parts of the Moselle Basin, they are the last surviving Romance group of the Langue d'oil, and are quite divergent from Modern French.