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Re: All OF YOU LISTEN!!!
• Posted by: Ian McElroy   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2006, at 6:31 p.m.
• IP Address: ip207-101-247-42.z247-101-207.customer.algx.net
• In Response to: Re: All OF YOU LISTEN!!! (Thorondor)

> No, they are ancient Gaelic, of the Gallic variety. There are a few words
> that seem like so many different languages because the language is old and
> many words became incorporated into other languages. Yes, when translated
> it makes no sense but it can be translated because it is actual words in
> an actual ancient language!

THIS MAN IS EXACTLY CORRECT!

The language is Gaulish! Gaulish pretaining to that of the Gallic language. A form of the Gaelic language! The reason you notice hints of latin, hebrew as well as celtic, is because the Italo/Celtico languages are in fact the closest related languages.

Latin- being where many believe there is a Spanish influence, hence Latino, also falls under Italy, slavic, and other South Eastern European/Middle Eastern countries!
From there is where the Hebrew influence is engaged!
Gaulish, or Gallic/Gaelic influences- They are derrived from the old Celtica. Celtica- currently reffering or related to Celtic or Gaelic, The people/language of old Ireland.
Connection
Celtica spanned from upper mid-western Continental Europe through Spain, France, Portugal (again hence being ocean side near the old land of Gaul). Even as deep as Germany and Switzerland and bordering old Italia, known as Gaul.
Gaulish forms jumped from the Italia area, to Western Europe, across to Bordering Brittania/Brittanica, and on up to Ireland, during the times of the Roman Empire and invasions, ending yet remaining there as the common language for some time.
Check it out my people! The process is very interesting!




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