LL-L "Language varieties" 2003.04.16 (02) [E]

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From: Clark Hapeman <egsidf at yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Help!

I hope this does not stray from Lowland languages, but I have run across a
language that appears to be Gaelic-English-Romance-Germanic in origin. It is
called "Brigidian." Does anyone know about it? All I could find on the
internet were several sites having to do with "how to say...in 2 billion

I think that this language was made up, but you never know. Supposedly, it
is, or was, spoken in western Ireland.

Any information would be appreciated.

Clark Hapeman

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