Latin vs. Ladin[deasaich an tùs]
Hi all. First of all, let me apologise for writing this in English - my Gaelic simply isn't good enough yet. Now, on to the point at hand. As far as I can tell, this article talks about what in English is known as Latin, i.e. the language of the Romans and ancestor of the Romance languages. However, there is a separate article on that subject: Laideann. Also, the inter-wiki links on Wikidata point to articles about what is known in English as Ladin, i.e. a small minority Romance language mainly spoken in north-eastern Italy. The only other possibility I can think of is that Laidin refers to another stage of Latin, e.g. New Latin, although from what I can tell that's not what the article is talking about (again, my Gaelic isn't very good yet so I may be wrong). Either
- the content of this article is wrong and should talk about the minority language
- it should be merged into Laideann
- the links on Wikidata should be corrected.
- Halò. 'S an t-ainm Gaeilge airson Laideann a tha ann an "Laidin" (faic http://www.focloir.ie/en/dictionary/ei/latin?q=latin). Tha an aiste seo a' toirt cunntas air Laideann, mar sin tha mi a' creidsinn gum bu chòir dhuinn na h-aistichean a cho-aontachadh. CreagNamBathais (an deasbaireachd) 14:13, 4 dhen Dàmhair 2015 (UTC)