The branch could be further divided in Central, Eastern and Western branches, with Galician and Portuguese in the western branch, and Catalan in the eastern one, however some people count Catalan rather as one of the Langues d'Oc.
The main languages are:
- Aragonese (Aragonés), the official and national language of the Kingdom of Aragon, along with Catalan. It is also the national and co-official language in Riu d'Archent (including its autonomous state of Uruguai and Paraguai.
- Asturian, also known as Astur-Leonese or Leonese, a minority language in Castilian Spain, the Kingdom of Castile and Leon.
- Castilian, the national and official language of Castilian Spain, the New Kingdom of Granada, the Central American Community, the Canary Islands, Alta California, Chile, Cuba, Florida, Mejico (co-official with Nahuatl), Peru, Porto Rico, The Empire of Saint-Domingo, Tejas, and Venezola. Castilian is also official Language in Western Sahara and the other Castilian Overseas Territores. It is the official diplomatic language of Tawantinsuyu. It is also spoken in Filipinas, Louisianne, Montrei, and the NAL-SLC.
- Galician, the second most spoken language in Castilian Spain and closely related to Portuguese. It is still widely spoken by the descendants of Galician immigrants in Riu d'Archent.
- Ladino, the main official language of Mueva Sefarad in the North American League and a major language in the Jewish diaspora.
- Montreiano, the language of Montréi in North America.
- Portuguese, the official and most spoken language of Portugal, Bahia, Brazil, Equador and Parana. It is also spoken in several African nations.
- Navarran, spoken in Nouvelle Navarre in Louisianne.
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|Latin / Romance Languages||Faliscan †|
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