The English Language origins came from an all round group of Old and Traditional Languages.
Well, some inspirations came from the Scottish Gaelic’s with the north east of England having a distinctive middle range accent.
The German Saxons brought in the words like Freunde, kindergarten used in language to this day. But, with UK interpretations, like:
The Celtic language influences the south west and Wales with such a strong accent. The Cornish have their own Official Language separate to the English Language, more related to Celtic.
And the Italian Roman’s built our straight roads, bringing the roman numerals:
Roman Towns & Cities:
‘Chester’ = ‘Camp’ in Roman Latin.
Man + Chester = Man Camp, highly relevant today since they have a Gay Village on ‘Canal Street’
‘The Vikings’ or ‘Nordic warriors’ brought in the Rough Northern Accents and were very brutal, they would Burn Villages Kill Men and Rape Women. They probably influenced the Gene Pool. Many people of the north grow beards more easily than southern men. The ‘Vikings’ also influenced Liverpool and some of its most famous dishes.