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Galician language resources



Galician is spoken on a daily basis in: Spain, Portugal

Encyclopedia resources on Galician
Galician language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...jargon of Galician masons. [ edit ] External links Galician language edition of Wikipedia Ethnologue report for Galician Instituto da Lingua Galega English-Galician CLUVI Online Dictionary Biblioteca Virtual ...

Galicia (Spain) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...the only official language for several centuries. Since the end of the 20 th century , the Galician language also has an official status, and both languages are taught in Galician schools. There is a ...

Portuguese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...are actually varieties of the same language, but with Galician being strongly influenced by Spanish . With more than 200 million native speakers, Portuguese is one of the few languages spoken in such ...

Category:Romance languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language G Galician language Gallo-Romance languages Gascon language Genevois Genoese dialect Gratis versus Libre H Haitian Creole language I Iberian Romance languages Istriot language Italkian language L La Spezia ...

Iberian Romance languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...although some linguists still consider them dialects of the same language). Portuguese split from Galician when the Portuguese population came into conteact with speakers of Mozarabic - this explains ...

Romance languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Galician dialect with some traits of Asturian) Fala language (spoken in a a valley of the northwestern part of Extremadura in Spain) Astur-Leonese Leonese Asturian (the variant with more vitality) Mirandese ...

Spanish language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In some parts of Spain, mainly where the people speak Galician, Basque, and Catalan, it is considered offensive to call the language español , as that is what Francisco Franco called it during his ...

Category:Languages of Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are 2 subcategories to this category. G Galician language S Spanish language Articles in category "Languages of Spain" There are 25 articles in this section of this category. A Andalusi Arabic Aragonese ...

Saudade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...an autonomous community in northern Spain whose language ( Galician , or Galego ) is related to Portuguese and whose culture is influenced by Spain, Portugal and also the Celtic countries. In northern ...

Catalan language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language From Wikipedia, the free ... Catalan, Galician, and Valencian, but the Catalan and Valencian versions were identical. While professing the unity of the Catalan language, the Spanish ...



Academic resources on Galician
Dr. Mary-Lou Galician — The Original “Dr. FUN!”
...forms the core of her course and textbook as well as the trade book she has written — Dr. Galician’s Prescriptions© for Getting Real About Romance: How Mass Media Myths About Love Can ...

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Center for Galician Studies Home University of California, Santa Barbara Center for Galician Studies 4331 Phelps Hall Click HERE to access the Library Catalogue. The Center for Galician Studies is ...

Breeds of Livestock - Galician Pony
Galician Pony Also Known By: Faca galizana, Jaca gallega, Poney gallego, Poni galaga The Galician Pony is found in Galicia, in the northwest of Spain. This is a region with a very wet climate and ...

Schulz and the Galician Melting Pot of Cultures
Schulz and the Galician Melting Pot of Cultures by Eugenia Prokop-Janiec The writing strategy of Jewish authors moving beyond the sphere of Jewish vernaculars has always been first and foremost a ...

Euromosaic - Galician (Gallego) in Spain
Galician (Gallego) in Spain xx-xx-xxxx http://www.uoc.es/euromosaic/web/document/gallec/an/i1/i1.html Institut de Sociolingüística Catalana Version française Galician (Gallego) in Spain Introduction ...

Original Programs & Presentations — Dr. Mary-Lou Galician
...presentations created and presented by Dr. Galician and her husband — Dr. David Natharius — for singles and couples. (Based on Dr. Galician’s “Romanticization of Love in the Mass ...

European Literature - Electronic Texts
...available only to ARTFL subscribers and may not appear in the lists of generally available texts. Galician Literature Textos de literatura galega medieval MedDB Base de datos da Lírica profana galego ...

Dr. Galician's Prescriptions
Dr. Galician’s Prescriptions© for Getting Real About Romance Work on just one of my 12 Prescriptions® each month — and within a year YOU will be romantically realistic and realistically ...

PhiloBiblon (sm)(tm) Index Page
Welcome to PhiloBiblon (sm)(tm) Vol. 2005, No. 2 (November) [ISSN 1096-6609] From here you can go to -- The PhiloBiblon Home Page -- or to Home Pages for BETA / Bibliografía Española de Textos Antiguos ...

Biography — Dr. Mary-Lou Galician
Dr. Galician’s biography is published in many reference works, including: Who’s Who in America Who’s Who in the World Who’s Who in Entertainment Also Who’s Who of American Women; Outstanding ...



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Government resources on Galician
Initial Definite and Indefinite Articles (Library of Congress)
...transliterating Greek articles) have been omitted due to limitations in Web documents. a English, Galician, Hungarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots, Yiddish a' Scottish Gaelic al Romanian al- Arabic ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Spain
Roman Catholic 94%, other 6% Languages: Castilian Spanish 74%, Catalan 17%, Galician 7%, Basque 2%; note - Castilian is the official language nationwide; the other languages are official ...

Mayor's Office of Film & Music
...music that was sung by women in the Middle Ages including music from French, Italian, Spanish, Galician, English, and German sources. The Choir will perform previews of their The Miracles of Notre ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Spain
Roman Catholic 94%, other 6% Languages: Castilian Spanish 74%, Catalan 17%, Galician 7%, Basque 2%; note - Castilian is the official language nationwide; the other languages are official ...

MARC Language Codes: Part II: CODE SEQUENCE
French, Old (ca. 842-1400) fry Frisian ful Fula fur Friulian gaa Gã -gae Scottish Gaelic -gag Galician -gal Oromo gay Gayo gba Gbaya gem Germanic (Other) geo Georgian ger German gez Ethiopic gil Gilbertese gla Scottish Gaelic gle ...

ISO 639-2/RA Change Notice - Codes for the representation of names of ...
Galician galicien 2005-07-25 NC Incorrect form of English name (Gallegan) corrected alt Southern Altai altaï du Sud 2005-05-05 Add xal Kalmyk; Oirat kalmouk; oïrat 2005-03-23 NC mic Mi'kmaq ; Micmac mi'kmaq; ...

MARC Language Codes
...gaa Gã -gae Scottish Gaelic -gag Galician -gal Oromo gay Gayo gba Gbaya gem ...

Portuguese
...territories (Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Sao Tome, Goa, Macau, East Timor). Galician, spoken in northwestern Spain, is often considered a dialect of Portuguese. Portuguese ...

Seattle | Arts | Seattle Presents, Concerts in City Hall
...music that was sung by women in the Middle Ages including music from French, Italian, Spanish, Galician, English, and German sources. The Choir will perform previews of their The Miracles of Notre ...

Subject Term Glossary beginning with "G"
Galician Influences Galicians. Gallegans. See Galicians Galtieri, Leopoldo Games Gangs Garbage. See Organic Wastes; Hazardous Wastes García-Meza, Luis García Pérez, Alan Gardens Garifuna, Belize (city ...



".org" resources on Galician
Galician language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...in the meetings, but the Galician government (that claims that Galician is not Portuguese) ignored the invitation. However, an unofficial commission formed by Galician linguists was sent, and took ...

Gesher Galicia Home Page
The home page of the Gesher Galicia SIG --the special interest group for Galician Jewish Genealogy.Look here if you are researching your Jewish roots inthe former Austrian-ruled province of Galicia. ...

Galicia (Spain) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...the Galician language also has an official status, and both languages are taught in Galician schools. There is a broad consensus of support within the region for efforts to preserve the Galician ...

Galician - Wiktionary
...gə-lĭsh'ən, /gəˈlɪʃən/, / g@"lIS@n / Wikipedia has an article on: Galician [ edit ] Noun Galician (plural: Galicians ) the language of Galicia , a region of the Northwestern Iberian peninsula . an inhabitant of ...

Texas Celtic Music Network - Galician Music Resources
...music and dance in and around Texas. Featuring a calendar, bands, dancers, venues and links . Galician Music Resources GENERAL GALICIAN MUSIC RESOURCES Folksy Links List of Galician folk musicians ...

PGSA - Galician Admin Map
Galician Administrative Map • Home • About PGSA • Calendar • Directory • Google • Membership • PGSA Publications • Click on "Home" for latest Website updates. ...

Galician Links from Celtic Women International
Galician Links from Celtic Women International Add your Galician links to this page and help it to develop into a great links page for all who are interested in the Spanish Galician culture ...

Galician
...reader share, along with Cosme's school friends, in the ordinary and extraordinary. (9+) Spain (Galician) - 1997 - 168 Docampo, Xabier P. (text) Jaraba, Fran (illus.) Cando petan na porta pola noite ...

Galician proverbs - Wikiquote
Young people and green firewood, all is smoke) Retrieved from " http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Galician_proverbs " Category : Proverbs Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools Log in / create account ...

Worldwatch Institute Global Partners: Language: Galician
Sign up for free PDFs and e-mail updates: E-Mail this page Global Partners: Galician Bakeaz Country: Spain Language: Galician [ home | about worldwatch | publications | online ...



Commercial resources on Galician
"Gallego" redirects here. For other uses, see Gallego (disambiguation).
Galician (Galician: galego) is a language of the Western Ibero-Romance branch, spoken in Galicia, an autonomous community with the constitutional status of "historic nationality", located in northwestern Spain. Galician is considered by some to be a different written norm for Galician-Portuguese, the other norm being Portuguese. Galician and Portuguese are separated by a dialect continuum - however, the written norm is substantially different.

In July 2003 the Galician government made many changes to the Galician language in order to preserve it.


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