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Flee ! Flee ! : Languages

The linguistic situation in this timeline.


The British Language

English

Welsh

Scottish

“Pidgin” Dialects

- Ulster {Hiberian-English}

- Man {Welsh-English-Hiberian}

- Ulster {English-Scottish-Hiberian}

- Dublin {English-Hiberian-“light” Welsh}

- Dal Riata {English-Scottish}

- Icelandic {Hiberian-English-Swedish-Scottish}

- Magna Icelandic (see above, with greater Swedish emphasis)

Eastmarkelandish (English with Native American dialects)

- Jonnic (St. Johns [OTL Newfoundland])

- Norjonnic (Nova Scotia [OTL Nova Scotia])

- Cromwellian (Stilchan & English)


Margravian

Kiel (Danish, German, Welsh, English)

Hamburg {see above}

Weser {German, Welsh, light Danish, Frisian}

Frisian of Gronning {Frisian, Weser, English of the late 700's}

Saxonic Frisian {German, Danish, English, Frisian, gutter Latin, Balaegican}

“Northern” Romanian {German, Welsh, Frisian, English, light Frisian}

Balaegican/Norman

Balaegican {French, Frisian, lite Danish, Welsh, English}

Norman {predominately English, Welsh, French, gutter Latin, Danish}


French

Hiberian {only spoken in Hiberia}

French “German” {spoken only in environs out/in of Swabia}

Breton {French, lite English/Welsh/Danish/Norman}

Parisian {French}

Spanisch {French, Spanish, Arabic, Lisbon(ese), gutter Latin}

Eastern Spanisch {Gascon, French, Spanish, Arabic, gutter Latin}

Marsel {French, Arabic, gutter Latin, Spanisch, Gascon}

Gennon/Gannon {Slavic Latin, French, Arabic}

Burgundy {French, Arabic, Swabian}


Nordic

Upper Danish {Swedish, English, Margravian}

Lower Danish {Margravian, Swedish, English, Polish}

Swedish {Swedish, English, Danish, Polish, lite Welsh}

Norweigan {Swedish, Danish, English}

Albanic {English, Scottish, Swedish, Danish}


Arabic

Tuareg

- Carthage

- Tunis

- Sicily {basically all of S. Italy below the Roman Line}

- Naples

Moorish

- Spain

- Lisbon

- Gadjeric

- Gascony

- Burgundy

- Sardinia

- Malta

- OTL Morocco

Damascas

- Arabia

- Egypt

- the Sudan

- Antolia

- Byzantium

- Persia [not considered a seperate tongue]

- Kush/Ceylon [see above, lumped in w/Persian]

- Madagascar

- Zanzibar

- OTL Somalia


Panodian

(Bulgarian Slavs converted to Islam)

- Albanian

- Morean {Greek influenced}

- Crowplain {Slavic influenced of Pannodian}


Slavic

“Romanian” Slavics

- “West” Romanian (based on German/English pidgin)

- Slavic Romanian (Slavic tongue with English language in it)

- Kashubian*

- Polish*

- Czechi^

- Croatian

“Latinized” Slavics

- Bulgarian

- Slovenian

- Slovakian

- Slavic Latin (considered a pidgin)

Serbian

Carpathian-Dacian

Russiyan
(being converted by the Swedes)


Greek

Khazarian
(Greek - Armenian - “native” Khazarian)

Greek
(Athenian dialect)


Notes

* - designates a mixing of tongues although Kashubian is more Romanian in orientation in comparison to Polish which is more Nordic
^ - considered “easier tongue than Romanian”


See Also

timelines/languages_flee_flee.txt · Last modified: 2015/03/30 09:12 by Petike