Welsh is a Celtic language spoken in Wales, United Kingdom. It is the native language of about 3 million people, and is also spoken by Welsh speakers in England and the United States. Welsh is one of the oldest languages in Europe, and its history can be traced back to the Roman period. Welsh is a living language, and is currently undergoing a revival. In recent years, the Welsh government has invested heavily in promoting the language, and as a result, the number of Welsh speakers is on the rise. Despite its decline in recent centuries, Welsh is a rich and vibrant language, with a rich literary tradition. Welsh poets and writers have been celebrated for centuries, and the language has produced some of the most famous works of Welsh literature, such as the Mabinogion, a collection of medieval Welsh tales. The Welsh language is an important part of Welsh culture, and is an essential part of the country's identity. The Welsh government is committed to protecting and promoting the language, and ensuring that it has a bright future.

Language group

Celtic languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Welsh, United Kingdom, Latin
Welsh, United Kingdom
Welsh, Latin