Wiktionary:About Gaulish

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Gaulish is an extinct Celtic language, formerly spoken in Europe. This page has the aim of informing Wiktionary editors about how Gaulish words are formatted.

Unification[edit]

Gaulish was unified under the Gaulish header, rather than separated into Transalpine Gaulish and Cisalpine Gaulish, after a discussion. The Wiktionary language code is {{cel-gau}}, with cel standing for Celtic, and gau standing for Gaulish. In etymologies, {{etyl|xtg|(code)}} and {{etyl|xcg|(code)}} can be used for terms that are derived specifically from one variety or the other.

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