ISO 639-3: glv
||Ethnic population: On the Isle of Man: 77,000 residents (1998 United Nations).
||Isle of Man.
||Gaelg, Gailck, Manx Gaelic
||Similar to Scottish Gaelic [gla]. Part of British Isles, a Crown Dependency, with its own Parliament, laws, currency, and taxation The United Kingdom represents the Isle of Man at the United Nations.
||Indo-European, Celtic, Insular, Goidelic
||No remaining speakers as of 1974. Efforts to revive it. L2 for several hundred who mainly learned it as adults. Children learn it in play-groups. Manx speaking primary school begun 2001. Used for some public functions.
||Grammar. Bible: 1773.
||Supplanted by Manx Vernacular English, which in turn is supplanted by other varieties of English. VSO. Second language only.