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ID a Name b 52-ABA-bcc Pembrokeshire
ID a 52-ABA-bcc index
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Zone f pdf
Page g 416
LSName h pembrokeshire
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l pembrokeshire-S. traditional english ➤ close to extinction; distinct from Cambrian-English; significant as first colonial extension of the English language beyond England & Scotland, from end 11th century (along-side use of [51=] Français as the language of the Anglo-Norman élite) ⊕ "little England beyond Wales" country, south & east of the Landsker linguistic divide, marked by northward line of English place-names in Pembrokeshire: Newgale... Hayscastle... Wolf's Castle... Ambleston... New Moat... Bletherston... Robeston Wathen...Tavernspite
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GeoEntity C United Kingdom

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