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- n. A group of three Romance dialects, including Romansh, spoken in southern Switzerland, northern Italy, and the Tyrol.
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- proper n. a Romance language sub-family that includes multiple languages spoken in north and north-eastern Italy, and Switzerland.
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- n. Romance dialects spoken in parts of southeastern Switzerland and northern Italy and the Tyrol
The so-called daughter tongues of Latin eventually emerged as distinct tongues in their own rights: Portuguese, Spanish, Catalan, Provençal, French, Italian, Rhaeto-Romance, and Romanian, among others.
This was followed by a prayer in Ladin, the Rhaeto-Romance dialect of the Engadine in Switzerland, the Our Father and the Benediction.
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France), the Rhaeto-Romance (spoken in the Canton of the Grisons in