Quote Originally Posted by Huginn ok Muninn View Post
Interesting, since the terms Walloon and Wallachia (Vlach) both come from the Proto-Germanic term for "foreigner." "Wales" and "Cornwall" are also attributed to the Anglo-Saxon term Wealas, which is not too far from that Proto-Germanic word, Walhaz.
Interestingly, we have the same thing in Switzerland for the French-speaking part of the country:

In Swiss German, French-speaking Switzerland is known as Welschland or Welschschweiz, and the French-speaking Swiss as Welsche, using the old Germanic term for "Latins or Celts" also used in English of Welsh (see Walhaz).

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romandy