The English Language

Borrowed Words From
Pictish

2 Words Listed


Pictish Language Notes

Pictish is the extinct pre-Celtic language of Scotland. There is evidence that it is an Indo-European language.


WordMeaningNotes
Caledonia   Roman name for Scotland from name of a tribe.
fife   Small flute-like instrument.

[Borrowed Words (Phoenician)] [Borrowed Words (Polish)]

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