Category:Classical Gaelic

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Classical Gaelic (Gáoidhealg) is a term used for the highly standardized Gaelic language used in bardic poetry of 13th–17th century Ireland and Gaelic Scotland. The registers of Irish and Scottish Gaelic used in prose and everyday speech during that time are called Early Modern Irish and Early Modern Scottish Gaelic respectively, although their speakers during that time did not consider them to be separate languages, and Gaelic dialects used in Ireland and Scotland made a relatively smooth dialectal continuum.

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