Romance Languages

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An open forum for scholars, students, speakers and enthusiasts of the Romance languages and dialects, as well as Romance-lexifier creoles the world over.

Medievalists with an interest in the old and middle stages of the Romance languages are most welcome to participate.

Latinists and those with a smattering of the Italic languages may also feel at home here.

Kaj bonvenon, Esperantistoj!

See the group website below for an overview of the Romance languages.

May the following tags serve as beacons for searchers: Andalucian, Arumanian, Brazilian, Cajun, Campidanese, Castilian, Catalan, Creole, Daco-Romanian, Dalmatian, Dolomite, Esperanto, Faliscan, Franco-Provencal, French, Friulian, Furlan, Galician, Gallego, Gallurese, Haitian, Istro-Romanian, Italian, Joual, Kweol, Ladin, Ladino, language, Latin, Latin American, Megleno-Romanian, Moldavian, Occitanian, Oscan, Papiamento, Portuguese, Provencal, Puter, Quebecois, Rhaeto-Romanic, Rhetoromance, Romanic, Romansh, Romanche, Romanian, Rumantsch, Sardinian, Sassarese, Spanish, Surmiran, Surselvan, Sutselvan, Umbrian, Vallader, Vegliot, Vlach, Vlax, Vulgar Latin

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