Jeldsøln is a language spoken in the Yeldsellan, a country and group of islands directly northwest of the island of Ireland. It is currently classified as a creole, incorporating aspects of both the Old Norse language of the islands' first Norse inhabitants and the Old and Middle Irish languages of medieval-era immigrants from Ireland and Scotland. The orthography is primarily Germanic in origin, while a majority of the vocabulary and much of the morphology and grammar were imported by said Gaelic immigrants. The language has approximately 93,500 speakers, according to in-Kúntasløy Jeldsølns 2012 (the 2012 Yeldsellan Census), and is considered endangered, however Yeldsellaners are some of the most prolific writers and artists in the world per capita, and the language has not lost speakers since the Black Plague's ravaging of the country in the middle ages.
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Nouns and advectives are declined for case, gender and number. Below is the paradigm for regularly declined masculine nouns.
Examples (Jeldsøln - Scottish Gaelic - Icelandic - English)Edit
Tå lamb in-vakkaris ekkan ær in-Koninni. - Tha làmh an uachdair aige air an rìgh. - Hann hefur yfirhöndinni á konungi. - He has the upper hand on the king.