[Spellyans] Ulster Scots

Craig Weatherhill craig at agantavas.org
Sun Oct 6 23:25:07 BST 2013

Because the language is English.  It might be a Scottish form of it, retaiing many Middle English vowels, but it's still English. 

"En effeck, tedn naw deffernt from thu Cornesh dialeck uv Inglesh, an' theer's lawds uv tales bin wrettan down en un".  Cornu-English gets no funding at all, and it should.  Only 30 years ago you heard it everywhere, but such has been the effect of mass in-migration, TV and radio that it's close to extinction.


On 2013 Hed 6, at 22:46, Nicholas Williams wrote:

> Why is it not Middle Scots? The language of the Scottish Chaucerians?
> James I, Henryson, Dunbar, Gavin Douglas?
> Nicholas
> On 6 Oct 2013, at 22:23, Michael Everson wrote:
>>> they give millions to Ulster-Scots, a dialect (not a language) that is basically Middle English,
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