The Gallo-Italic languages constitute the majority of the Romance languages of northern Italy: Piedmontese, Lombard, Emilian, Ligurian, and Romagnol.
In central Italy they are spoken in the northern Marches (Gallo-italic of the Marches); in southern Italy in some language island in Basilicata (Gallo-Italic of Basilicata) and Sicily (Gallo-italic of Sicily).
Language Family TreeIndo-European > Classical Indo-European > Italic > Latino-Faliscan > Latinic > Imperial Latin > Romance > Italo-Western Romance > Western Romance > Shifted Western Romance > Northwestern Shifted Romance > Gallo-Italian
- Emiliano-Romagnolo (2 languages)
- [lmo] Lombard
- [pms] Piemontese
- [itk] Judeo-Italian
- [lij] Ligurian
- [sdc] Sassarese Sardinian
- [vec] Venetian