Gallegan

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Gallegan ‎(plural Gallegans)

  1. Galician, a citizen of Galicia.

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  • Galicians consider the term Gallegan much less preferable and correct than "Galician" because it is a second-hand translation based on the Spanish gallego.

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Gallegan

  1. The Galician language spoken in Galicia, evolved directly from Latin with close ties with Portuguese.
    Use of Gallegan and Galicia in "The Bible in Spain by George Borrow" (1842) [1].

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