Cornish Language Notes
Cornish is an Indo-European language spoken in the Cornwall region of England.
Cornwall is a very coastal region in England so two of the words are the names of sea birds.
[Borrowed Words (Choctaw)]
[Borrowed Words (Cree)]
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