The Anglish Moot
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Etruſkish (/ʔɪˈtʰɹʌskɪʃ/ ih-TRUS-kish) was the tunghood of the Etruſkish settledom, in Italland, in the foreold landship of Etruria (now-tide Tuscaland and western Umbria and northern Lazio) and in deals of Corsica, Emilia-Romagna, Veneto, Lombardland and Campania. Etruskish inflowed Latinish but in the end was fully overnome by it. The Etruskers left over 13000 awritings that have been found so far, only a small lesshood of which are of weighty length; some twi-tungful writings with bodywrits also in Latinish, Greekish, or Phoenisish; and a few tenth loanwords. Fathomed from 700 Before Mean Eld to Mean Eld 50, Etruskish's kinship to other tungs hath been an ordfrom of long-running weening and conning, with its being hinted to at times as a self-standerling, one of the Tyrsenish speeches, and a sundry of other less well-known beholdings.


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