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|Created by||Nicolas Campi|
|Setting||Alt-history Europe, Northwestern France|
Eastern Brestig dialect
Official language in
Brest (/ˈbɹɛst/; Brest: brest [ˈbrest] or brestig [ˈbrestig]) is an a posteriori brittonic altlang spoken in rural areas of northwestern France.
It exhibits notable germanic influence and substrate, along with many borrowings from both a substrate germanic language and French. It is believed by some to have arised after the creation of a creole in the area, although many scholars dispute this idea vehemently.
The alphabet consists of 26 letters, six of which are vowels and 20 consonants. Contractions make use of the apostrophe to mark vowel omission.
|Letters of the Brest alphabet|
Non-native letters may occur in some foreign words or proper nouns, chiefly in toponyms and given names.
- Yi lovh vi, lovh-vu mi? Mañc di vir, ma lovh mar.
- I love you, do you love me? Without you my love withers.
- Queth gammir, pur no brenn lovhin.
- Pray with me, for our beloved king.
- Ur brenn wynn zi lovhin pur hi leyd.
- A good king is loved by his people.