Кумбри кыв

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Кумбри кыв — тайӧ бырӧм кельт кыв, кутшӧмӧн сёрнитісны XII нэмӧдз войвыв Англияын да лунвыв Шотландияын; матіса кӧмри кывлань либӧ сылӧн сёрнисикас.

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