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- adj. Concerning the division of languages that includes Irish, Gaelic, and Manx
Romans, the people spoke different dialects of the Celtic and Gadhelic languages, all cognate and radically similar.
Cornish and Breton forms one class, the _Cymric_; while the Irish with its varieties, as developed in Scotland and the Isle of Man, forms another class, which is called the _Gaelic_ or _Gadhelic_.
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