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Cornish (Kernewek or Kernowek) is a Brythonic Celtic language. In real life it originated in Cornwall. The functioned as a community language in parts of Cornwall until the late 18th century, and a process to revive the language was started in the early 20th century, continuing to this day.
In Farinor, there are known to be 4,919 fluent speakers of Cornish. Many people turn to traditional Cornish names to name pets, children, boats, and houses. Traditional Cornish chants are sometimes used in religious services or public ceremonies.