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.


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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