And Their Modern Heirs
Cinneal, Tuath and Mormaer
Canadian Scots/Gaelic/Native Creole
The Métis are Canadians of mixed European and Native blood. Many of them are “French Métis,” but there also “Anglo- Métis” communities of which many are actually of Scottish or even Scottish Gaelic ancestry. Some of these communities preserve a unique language called “Bungee,” or “Bungi,” which is a creole of Native languages, Scots, and Gaelic.