Manx is a nearly extinct Goidelic-Celtic member of the Indo-European language family spoken on the Isle of Man. Manx is also known as Gaelg, Gailck and Manx Gaelic.
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Site dedicated to Manx Gaelic, which died as a spoken language on Dec. 24, 1974 with the death of its last native speaker. Readings, texts, study materials and links.
Gaelg - Rolley son cooish sy Ghaelg / Forum for Manx Language Conversation and Manx Learners
E-mail forum. Archives available.
Manx: Bringing a language back from the dead
The BBC reports on the revival of a once-extinct Celtic language. (January 31, 2013)
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