|Region||Normandy and the Channel Islands|
|Unknown due to conflicting definitions (2017)|
|Latin (French orthography)|
Areas where the Norman language is strongest include Jersey, Guernsey, the Cotentin and the Pays de Caux.
Norman is a language spoken mainly in Normandy. It is a Romance language (a language which comes from Latin). It is closely related to French and is often called "Norman French". After the Norman Conquest, Norman changed the English language considerably.
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Forms of the Norman are still used in the Channel Islands,
- Jèrriais on Jersey
- Guernésiais on Guernsey
- Auregnais on the Guernsey dependency of Alderney
- Sercquiais on the dependency of Sark
No one now uses Sercquiais or Auregnais as their first language, but Jèrriais and Guernésiais are still used.