Brithenig is a language constucted by Andrew Smith. It started as a
thought-experement to create a Romance language that might have evolved
if Latin speakers had been a sufficient number to displace Old Celtic as
the spoken language of the people in Great Britain. The result is a sister
language to French, Spanish and Italian, which differs from them by having
sound-changes similar to those that affected the Welsh language, and words
that are borrowed from Old Celtic, and from English throughout its 'pseudo-history'.
Although other Romance languages have Celtic influences, none of them
are so thoroughly influenced as Brithenig.
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