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Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Breton, or its feminine form Bretonne, usually refers to:

Breton may also refer to:

People

Other uses

See also


Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010
(Redirected to Breton phrasebook article)

From Wikitravel

Breton is the main language of Bretagne, France.

Pronunciation guide

Wikiversity/Breton_pronunciation

Hello. 
. (Demat dit)
Hello. (informal
. (Brav eo an amzer)
How are you? 
 ? (Penaos eo ar bed ganit ?)
Fine, thank you. 
. (Dreist, trugarez dit )
What is your name? 
 ? (Pe anv ho peus ?)
My name is ______ . 
______ . (Va anv 'zo _____ .)
Nice to meet you. 
. (Plijus eo daremprediñ )
Please. 
. (Mar plij )
Thank you. 
. (Trugarez )
You're welcome. 
. (Da netra )
Yes. 
. (Ya )
No. 
. (Nann )
Excuse me. (getting attention
. (Digarezit ac'hanon )
Excuse me. (begging pardon
. (Digarezit ac'hanon )
I'm sorry. 
. ( )
Goodbye 
. (Kenavo ar wech all )
Goodbye (informal
. (Kenavo )
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
[ ]. (Brezhoneg ne gomzan ket [, nemet un tammig])
Do you speak English? 
 ? (Komz a rit saozneg ?)
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
 ? (Tud 'zo amañ evit komz saozneg ?)
Help! 
 ! (D'am sikour !)
Look out! 
 ! (Sell 'ta !)
Good morning. 
. (Mintin vat )
Good evening. 
. (Nozvezh vat )
Good night. 
. (Noz vat )
Good night (to sleep
. (Kouskit vat )
I don't understand. 
. (Ne gomprenan ket )
Where is the toilet? 
 ? (Pelec'h emaint ar privezioù ?)
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Numbers

Unan Daou / Div (female) Tri / Teir (female) Pevar / Peder (female) Pemp C'hwec'h Seiz Eiz Nav Dek Unnek Daouzek Trizek Pevarzek Pempzek C'hwezek Seitek Tri c'hwec'h Naontek Ugent Unan warn ugent Daou warn ugent ... Tregont ... Daou ugent ... Hanter kant ... Tri ugent ... pevar ugent ... Kant ... Mil ...

Time

Clock time

Duration

Days

Dilun Dimeurzh Dimerc'her Diriaoù Digwener Disadorn Disul

Months

Genver C'hwevrer Meurzh Ebrel Mae ... Gouere Eost Gwengolo Here Du Kerzu

Writing time and date

Colors

White = Gwenn Black = Du Yellow = Melen Red = Ruz Green (artificial) = Gwer Green/Blue (natural) = Glaz

Transportation

Bus and train

Directions

Taxi

Learning more

Wikiversity/Breton courses

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1911 encyclopedia

Up to date as of January 14, 2010
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From LoveToKnow 1911

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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

See also breton, and bretón

Contents

English

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Etymology

From French Breton.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈbɹɛtən/

Proper noun

Singular
Breton

Plural
Bretons

Breton (plural Bretons)

  1. A person from Brittany.
  2. A language of Brittany.

Translations

See also

External links

Adjective

Breton (not comparable)

Positive
Breton

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Of or pertaining to Brittany.

Translations


French

Etymology

From Latin Britto.

Noun

Breton m. (plural Bretons; feminine Bretonne, plural Bretonnes)

  1. Breton (inhabitant of Brittany)

See also

Descendants


Old French

Alternative forms

Etymology

Latin Britto.

Noun

Breton m. (oblique plural Bretons, nominative singular Bretons, nominative plural Breton)

  1. Breton (inhabitant of Brittany)

Descendants


Wikibooks

Up to date as of January 23, 2010

From Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection

Spilhennig
Welcome to the course of the Breton language.

Breton is a Celtic language spoken in France, and is the only Celtic language which isn't recognised as an official or regional language.

The language is related to Welsh and Cornish ('P' Celtic languages), and to a lesser extent related to Irish, Manx and Scottish Gaelic ('Q' Celtic languages).

Breton, a Celtic language

Contents

  1. Lesson 1
  2. Lesson 2
  3. Lesson 3

External links

Breton — Cornish — IrishManxScottish GaelicWelsh

Simple English

Breton can mean:


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