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Norman
Normaund
Native to

Previously used:

RegionNormandy and the Channel Islands
Native speakersUnknown due to conflicting definitions  (2017)
Language family
Early forms:
Dialects
Writing systemLatin (French orthography)
Language codes
ISO 639-3nrf (partial: Guernésiais & Jèrriais)
Linguasphere51-AAA-hc & 51-AAA-hd
Langue normande.png
Areas where the Norman language is strongest include Jersey, Guernsey, the Cotentin and the Pays de Caux.

Norman is a language spoken mainly in Normandy. It is a Romance language (a language which comes from Latin). It is closely related to French and is often called "Norman French". After the Norman Conquest, Norman changed the English language considerably.

Forms of the Norman are still used in the Channel Islands,

No one now uses Sercquiais or Auregnais as their first language, but Jèrriais and Guernésiais are still used. view more...