Languages of Scotland - Other


  • The Romani language (Indo-Aryan) has also been spoken in Scotland, but became more or less extinct in the country during the 20th century. It has lent Scotland's other languages a number of loanwords, and has also had an effect on the Gaelic of the travelling community. Since the beginning of the 21st century increasing numbers of Roma migrants has seen the Romani language return to Scotland. The Govanhill area in Glasgow has become home to many Roma people and the Romani language can be heard being spoken in the area.
  • During the 20th and 21st centuries immigrants from a wide variety of countries have created a complex mosaic of spoken languages amongst the resident population.

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