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Breton language resources



Breton is spoken on a daily basis in: France

Encyclopedia resources on Breton
Breton language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breton language edition of Wikipedia Breton site including online lessons Breton site with learners' forum and lessons (mostly in French with some English) Breton - English Dictionary : from Webster's ...

Cornish language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
35% with Irish, and 35% with Scottish Gaelic. By comparison, Welsh shares about 70% with Breton. The language died out in the late 18th century, and was revived in the 20th century. Currently around 3 ...

Brittany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...daol" table and "maen" stone) and menhir (from "maen" stone and "hir" high) come from the Breton language, even though they are hardly used in Breton. Brittany is also known for its ( calvaries ...

Cape Breton Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breton Island From Wikipedia, the free ... Scots dominate Cape Breton Island's culture, particularly in rural communities. To this day Gaelic is still the first language of a number of elderly ...

Category:Languages of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...section of this category. Languages of France A Alsatian language Auvergnat language B Basque language Breton language Trégorrois Breton language Brigasc Burgundian C Catalan language Champenois Corsican language F ...

Gallo language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...in French and Gallo, but generally the Gallo language is not as visibly high-profile as the Breton language, even in its traditional heartland of the Pays Gallo (which includes the two historical ...

Category:Pages containing IPA - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language Breton language Brithenig Bron-Y-Aur Brummie Buginese language Bulgarian language Bullom So language Bungee language Burmese language C Caddo language Cajun French Caluyanon language Canadian Aboriginal ...

Brythonic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...into Cumbric and Welsh and the Southwestern into Cornish and its closely related sister language Breton , which was carried from the south of Britain to continental Armorica by refugees fleeing the Saxon ...

Breton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation , search Breton can refer to: The Breton language A person from Brittany , a region of France previously controlled by Britons Author André Breton ...

Languages of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The languages of metropolitan France include: Language isolate : Basque Celtic language Breton Germanic languages : Alsatian (Elsässerdeutsch) Frankish , the Lorraine dialect West Flemish Romance languages : ...



Academic resources on Breton
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The Vice of Surrealism Andre Breton: Let us not mince words: the marvelous is always beautiful . anything marvelous is beautiful, in fact only the marvelous is beautiful. Andre Breton, 1924 And ever ...

André Breton
Breton Biography André Breton (1896-1966): French poet, essayist, critic, and editor, chief promoter and one of the founders of Surrealist movement with Paul Eluard, Josef Agnon, Luis Bunuel ...

Breton JAF Table of Contents
Back to my Publications Page ] Breton Folk Music, Breton Identity, And Alan Stivell's Again Stephen D. Winick University of Pennsylvania Originally published in the Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 108 ...

The Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts
...for helping maintain and preserve Gaelic language and culture. Students travel to Cape Breton Island from around the world to study Scottish traditional disciplines including Gaelic language and song ...

Yamada Language Center: Breton WWW Guide
Basic info and some vocab The Alternative Breton Dictionary - Slang Best Breton Links last updated 21 Jan 05 News | Catalog | Satellite TV | Film ...

Myths and Legends
...hogboon to selkies, vanishing islands to ghosts, there is a lot of variety at this site. Breton The Other Side features ghost stories and Breton folktales. (Broken Link 2/19/02) Eric ...

http://icg.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/special/litsubs/breton/
Breton (France) xx-xx-xxxx http://www.uoc.es/euromosaic/web/document/breto/an/i1/i1.html Research Centre of Wales Version française Breton (France) Introduction The language in the country General ...

Euromosaic - Breton (France)
Breton (France) xx-xx-xxxx http://www.uoc.es/euromosaic/web/document/breto/an/i1/i1.html Research Centre of Wales Version française Breton (France) Introduction The language in the country General ...

Breton JAF Part 1: Introduction
...range (sometimes more than two octaves) of Irish and Scottish melodies and the closed range of Breton and Welsh melodies (often reduced to a half-octave), and by the frequent use of the pure ...

Breton JAF Part 3: Pipes and Harp
...isn't just to make Breton music but, especially, to make pipers into true Bretons. A piper, as we conceive of him, must be a complete Breton, interested in everything that is Breton and ready to ...



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Government resources on Breton
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POST KATRINA FAQ'S Breton National Wildlife Refuge Breton National Wildlife Refuge is the second oldest refuge in the country and will be 100 years old on October 4th, 2004. President Theodore ...

Breton Sound Basin
Breton Sound Basin The Breton Sound Basin is the remnant of a Mississippi River delta lobe, the abandoned St. Bernard Delta. The principal hydrologic features of the Breton Sound Basin include the ...

NPS: Nature & Science» Air Resources Division–Permits:ARIS: Breton ...
Breton Wilderness Area, Louisiana Breton National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1904, is composed of the Chandeleur Islands and North and South Breton Islands in the Gulf of Mexico. These islands ...

Breton National Wildlife Refuge
Theodore Roosevelt sits on the newly formed refuge, This refuge turns 100 in 2004! Breton National Wildlife Refuge The Breton National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1904 and is the second oldest ...

Air Quality Impact Assessment: The Breton National Wilderness Area
Environmental Studies Program Direction: Air Quality Impact Assessment The Breton National Wilderness Area , part of the Breton National Wildlife Refuge, is classified as a Class I area under ...

NYC Media Group
Mike Siedlecki, Supervising Editor; James Ioveno, Graphics Designer. Graphics Roland Le Breton Composite Roland Le Breton, Designer. Art Direction/ Scene and Set Design City Drive Live Virtual Studio ...

Breton NWR Brown Pelican Habitat
...is on Breton Island, North Point. The Gulf of Mexico side of the islands (generally, east) is the "beach" side and the Chandeleur Sound and Breton Sound side ...

Breton NWR Brown Pelican Links
This article describes a trip to Breton Island for the Breton National Wildlife Refuge Centennial and includes historical information and descriptions of the ...

Breton NWR Brown Pelican Partners
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) leads the management of Breton National Wildlife Refuge and the endangered brown pelican. The importance of the refuge, the ...

Breton National Wildlife Refuge - Recreation and Education
Phone Number: 985-882-2000 Visit the Refuge's Web Site: http://Breton.fws.gov Theodore Roosevelt sits on the newly formed refuge, This refuge turns 100 in 2004! Specialized programs are available upon ...



".org" resources on Breton
Breton language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breton is not thought to be a descendant of any of the Continental Celtic languages such as Gaulish (though it may have borrowed some features from it), rather, it is descended from the Brythonic branch ...

André Breton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
André Breton's Nadja Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: André Breton Wikisource has original works written by or about: André Breton Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andr ...

Andre Breton - associated with surrealism and dada
Ontological Museum of the International Post-Dogmatist Group Andrer Breton, Surrealist, Surrealism, Books by Andre Breton, Surrealist Books, Surrealist art official IPDG site Associations Texts ...

http://www.hillel.org/hillel/Hillel_Schools_New.nsf/44257994e40bf4e7852567ec00500a7d/dd84deafca9bf1878525682c0072ee88?OpenDocument
Breton Table of Contents History and Origin of the Breed Breed Characteristics Breed Organizations History and Origin of the Breed The Breton originated in the province ...

Breton Home Page
Breton Table of Contents History and Origin of the Breed Breed Characteristics Breed Organizations History and Origin of the Breed The Breton originated in the province ...

Cape Breton County Economic Development Authority - Welcome
Cape Breton County Economic Development Authority Welcome to the CBCEDA Web Channel! Along with our Government, Business, and Community partners, our goal is to play a proactive role in the economic ...

Cape Breton Museums Network (CBMN)
...gives away one fully valid domain name for every 2 new customers you refer to MapName.com. Cape Breton Museums Network (CBMN) [ capebretonmuseums, capebretonmuseums ] capebretonmuseums www ...

Texas Celtic Music Network - Breton Music Resources
...music and dance in and around Texas. Featuring a calendar, bands, dancers, venues and links . Breton Music Resources GENERAL BRETON MUSIC RESOURCES Gwerz.com Comprehensive listing and web pages of ...

L'Arche Cape Breton
Last Updated 11.25.05 ©2005 L'Arche Cape Breton 3 L'Arche Lane Whycocomagh, NS Canada B0E 3M0 Ph 902-756-3162 Fax 902-756-3381 E-mail Us Website Design by allendesign Thank You for your interest in L'Arche ...

Ceolas: Breton Music
Lower Brittany (Basse-Bretagne in French, Breizh Izel in Breton) makes up the western half and in this area the Breton language is concentrated (still spoken by approximately 350,000 people as their ...



Commercial resources on Breton

Breton (Breton: Brezhoneg) is a Celtic language spoken by some of the inhabitants of Brittany (Breizh) and Loire-Atlantique (historically part of Brittany) in France.


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