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Constructed Languages (ConLangs)

Rick Harrison's FAQ had a good description of constructed/artificial languages:

An artificial language is a language that has been deliberately designed by one person or a small group of people over a relatively short period of time. Synonyms for the term artificial language include planned language, constructed language, model language, and invented language. Artificial languages designed for specific purposes are also known by an array of other terms. Those used in works of fiction are called imaginary languages or fictional languages. Those designed to facilitate global communications are called universal languages, auxiliary languages (auxlangs), interlanguages or interlinguas, international languages, etc. The realm of artificial languages also includes logical languages, number languages, symbolic languages a.k.a. icon(ic) languages, and pasimologies (gesture languages).

Some of these languages have had more visibility than others: Esperanto, Star Trek's Klingon, Tolkien's Quenya, Lojban, and Volapük are some examples.

ConLangs shown below:  Algilez, Alphistian, Anglic, Anglish, Arêndron, Arrows, Avorenta, Ayeri, Ayvarith, Baanzish, Blitz English, Ceqli, Dastmen, Deini, Delason, Dingwempi, Esperanto, Folkspraak, Folksstem, Gatun, Glosa, Goesk, Gorsen, Hymmnos, Ido, Inglisx, Interlingua, Interlingue / Occidental, Jameld, Këble, Kotelar, Krioglio, Kweda, Láadan, Lango, Lingua Franca Nova, Lingwa de Planeta, Lojban, Lúsiaquia, Maraxxian, Middelsprake, Mirad / Unilingua, Mondlango, Movinon, Na'vi, Neo Patwa, Nesusin, Nordien, Nordisk, Occidental, Románico, Romanova, Russio, Saksen, Sasxsek, Sermo, Shiwi, Slovio, Somesta, Somish, Spocanian, Sraelish, Tauro-Piscean, tinta Ritnasas, Toki Pona, Unilingua, Uryuomoco, Volapük, Wenedyk, and Ygyde

ConLangs on other pages:  Blissymbolics, David Peterson's languages, Star Trek languages, J. R. R. Tolkien's languages, languages of Ultima (Gargish), languages of Verduria, and languages of Warcraft


top Algilez

Alan Giles created Algilez starting in 1997. It is an international auxiliary language (auxlang) with a vocabulary based in part on English.

Shown in both the Algilez and Latin alpahabets:

[Algilez]

Language & writing system information at the Algilez website

Algilez was originally called Gilo.



top Alphistian

Alphistian is the official language of Alphistia, an imagined micronation created by Tony Skaggs beginning in 1967.

1) Var es min dane?

2) Var es de strand?

3) Var es de bar?

4) Ne tade me dar!

Language information at Tony Skaggs's website



top Anglic

Anglic takes English and replaces words with Germanic or Greek roots with Romance ones.

1) Where is the chamber?

2) Where is the lido?

3) Where is the tavern?

4) Don't touch me there!



top Anglish

Anglish takes English and replaces words with Greek, Latin, and Romance roots with Germanic ones.

1) Where is my room?

2) Where is the strand?

3) Where is the alehouse?

4) Don't handle me there!

Language information at Wikipedia



top Arêndron

Arêndron was created by Michael S. Repton for the fictional kingdom of Arêndros.

Shown using Michael's Caralhûnan alphabet:

[Arendron using Michael's Caralhunan alphabet]

Shown using the Latin alphabet:

[Arendron using the Latin alphabet]

IPA:

[Arendron using IPA]



top Arrows

The Arrows language and alphabet was created by Alec Mertz.

Shown using the Arrows alphabet:

[Arrows using Alec Mertz's Caralhunan alphabet]

Shown using the Latin alphabet and IPA:

[Arrows using the Latin alphabet]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Avorenta

Avorenta was created by Attila Répai with its own alphabet called Avorentas Háfrigvotán (HGV).

See also Hungarian using HGV.

Shown using printed HGV:

[printed Avorenta]

Shown using handwritten HGV (Linnáta HGV):

[handwritten Avorenta]

Shown using calligraphic HGV (Aromittáta):

[calligraphic Avorenta]

Shown using the Latin alphabet and IPA:

[Avorenta using the Latin alphabet]

Writing system information at the Avorenta website and Omniglot



top Ayeri

Ayeri was created by Carsten Becker along with an Indic style script called Tahano Hikamu.

Shown in "book style" Tahano Hikamu:

[Ayeri in book style Tahano Hikamu]

and the more stylized "Java style":

[Ayeri in Java style Tahano Hikamu]

Shown using the Latin alphabet:

[Ayeri using the Latin alphabet]

and IPA:

[Ayeri using IPA]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Ayvarith

TJ created Ayvarith based on Arabic, Aramaic and Hebrew.

Shown using the Latin and Ayvarith alphabets:

[Ayvarith]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Baanzish

Baanzish was created by Rupert Barnes and is based on Germanic languages.

1) Whee aa mies ruem?

2) Whee aa dha sandecg?

3) Whee aa dha baa?

4) Nij tyc-thie mie dhee!

Language information at the Baanzish webpage



top Blitz English

Blitz English was created in 1982 by Mark Hucko by simplifying English grammar, vocabulary, and spelling.

1) Wer iz miy ruum?

2) Wer iz biicx?

3) Wer iz baar?

4) Dunt tuacx mii dxer!

Language information at the Blitz English website



top Ceqli (also known as Tceqli or Cheng-lee)

Ceqli was created by Rex F. May, who was inspired by Loglan. The grammar is based mostly on Chinese and English while the words are borrowed or inspired from a much larger number of languages.

1) goza cam sta kwadjay?

2) playa sta kwadjay?

3) birdom sta kwadjay?

4) bu fure go tca!

Language information at the Ceqli Language Page



top Dastmen

Dastmen was created by Juan M. Jiménez Noguera in 1984. It has over 350,000 words, a simplified grammar, and its own 35 letter alphabet.

[Dastmen]

Language information at www.dastmen.com



top Deini

Deini was created as a personal language by Dana Nutter.

Deini Script:

[Deini]

Romanization:

[Deini transcribed]

IPA:

[Deini using IPA]

Language and writing system information is available at Dana Nutter's Deini page


Writing system information at Omniglot


top Delason

Nizar Habash created Delason in the 1990s as the language for his fictional Mediterranean island country of Salamon. Its phonology is a mixture of Spanish and Modern Hebrew and its vocabulary is drawn from mainly Indo-European and Semitic languages. Delason's alphabet is based mainly on Japanese kana and kanji.

[Delason]

Language information at delason.com

Writing information at delason.com and Omniglot



top Dingwempi

Dingwempi is used in a role-playing game by a fictional race of plant-like beings called phloridela. Douglas Mitchell, Sr. created the Dingwiri alphabet for the language in 1996.

Shown using the Dingwiri alphabet, the Latin alphabet, and IPA:

[Dingwempi]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Esperanto (also known as La Lingvo Internacia)

Esperanto was created by the Polish amateur linguist Dr. Ludwig L. Zamenhof in the 1880s.

[Esperanto]

Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue

Writing system information at Wikipedia and Omniglot

The Esperanto League for North America has detailed information on this constructed language as well as a list of How to order a beer in over forty languages.



top Folkspraak

Folkspraak is being created collaboratively and is based on English, German, and Scandinavian languages.

1) War bine min Rom?

2) War bine der Strand?

3) War bine der Bar?

4) Berur mi nihte der!

Language information at the Folkspraak Institute

Writing system information at Omniglot

Alternate names for Folkspraak include Folk-Spraak, Folksprák, Folk-Sprák, Folksprahk, Folk-Sprahk, Folksprak, Folk-Sprak, Folksprok, and Folks-prok



top Folksstem

Folksstem was created by Aaron Chapman and is based on Germanic languages.

1) Var er iks kamer?

2) Var er de strend?

3) Var er de bar?

4) Rak ik nit dar!



top Gatun

Gatun was created by András Rajki in 2003.

1) Ma ruma di kato.

2) Jala di kato.

3) Bar di kato.

4) Hagwa je dapa chay.



top Glosa

Ronald Clark and Wendy Ashby developed Glosa from 1972-1992. It is a modified version of Lancelot Hogben's "Interglossa" which was started in 1943.

Glosa is an international auxiliary language (auxlang) with a vocabulary based in part on Latin and Classical Greek.

1) Qo-lo es mi kamera?

2) Qo-lo es u plage?

3) Qo-lo es u bara?

4) Ne tange mi la!

Language information at Wikipedia

Writing system information at Omniglot

Glosa organization website



top Goesk

James Grossmann created Goesk in 1999 as a constructed Germanic language.

1) Ver sienit fleta meen?

2) Ver sienit de strand?

3) Ver sienit de bar?

4) Ruer mik nik zeer!

Language information at the Goesk homepage



top Gorsen (properly spelled Gorşen)

Gorsen is a fictional language. According to its mythology, it is descended from the ancient languages of Arkik and Nork which were created by the god Elat and first appeared around 1100 CE. Gorsen can be written using the Latin alphabet, Arabic script, or the Hebrew alphabet. Several dialects exists:


"Standard" Gorsen:

[Standard Gorsen using the Latin alphabet] [Standard Gorsen using Arabic script] [Standard Gorsen using the Hebrew alphabet]


Ast dialect of Gorsen:

[Ast dialect of Gorsen using the Latin alphabet] [Ast dialect of Gorsen using Arabic script] [Ast dialect of Gorsen using the Hebrew alphabet]


Guztek dialect of Gorsen:

[Guztek dialect of Gorsen using the Latin alphabet] [Guztek dialect of Gorsen using Arabic script] [Guztek dialect of Gorsen using the Hebrew alphabet]


Norþ dialect of Gorsen:

[Norþ dialect of Gorsen using the Latin alphabet] [Norþ dialect of Gorsen using Arabic script] [Norþ dialect of Gorsen using the Hebrew alphabet]


Sud dialect of Gorsen:

[Sud dialect of Gorsen using the Latin alphabet] [Sud dialect of Gorsen using Arabic script] [Sud dialect of Gorsen using the Hebrew alphabet]


top Hymmnos (also known as Hymnos)

The Hymmnos language and alphabet was created by Akira Tsuchiya for the video game series Ar tonelico.

Shown using the Hymmnos alphabet:

[Hymmnos]

Shown using the Latin alphabet:

1) lof grave oz mea sos fowrlle?

2) lof folten zaam?

3) lof grave oz forlinden?

4) Was yant ga yora bansh mea phiz

Language information at Wikipedia and Hymmno Server

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Ido

Ido was formulated by the Delegation for the Adoption of an International Auxiliary Language (1900-1907). It is a reformed version of the constructed language of Esperanto.

1) Ube esas mea chambro?

2) Ube esas la plajo?

3) Ube esas la drinkerio?

4) Ne tushez me ibe!

Language information at Wikipedia

Writing system information at Omniglot

Ido language site



top Inglisx

Inglisx is essentially the same as Blitz English but with more adherence to the phonetic spelling system.

The four essential travel phrases are the same in both Inglisx and Blitz English.

1) Wer iz miy ruum?

2) Wer iz biicx?

3) Wer iz baar?

4) Dunt tuacx mii dxer!

Language information at the Inglisx website



top Interlingua (also known as Interlingua de Iala)

Interlingua is a constructed language combining common elements of English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Russian.

1) Ubi es mi camera?

2) Ubi es le plagia?

3) Ubi es le bar?

4) Non me tocca illac!

Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Jameld

Starting in 1982, James Campbell created Jameld as a fictional West Germanic language. He has since developed a history of its speakers in Europe.

[Jameld]

Language information at the Jameld Association



top Këble

Këble was created by Cristiano Silva Júnior along with its own alphabet.

Shown using Cris's Këble alphabet:

[Keble using the Keble alphabet]

Shown using the Latin alphabet:

[Keble using the Latin alphabet]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Kotelar

Kotelar was created by Charles Bellinger as part of a sci-fi continuum. Other languages in that continuum include Movinon and Nesusin.

1) Uær a me rum? [wær ah may room]

2) Uær a ta plazza? [wær ah tah PLAH-zhah]

3) Uær a ta binsár? [wær ah tah been-SAAR]

4) Dons tass meu tær! [dohnce tahsh mayoo tær]



top Krioglio

Vito Mangano created Krioglio as an Italian based creole in 2011.

1) Uni sala me?

2) Uni stranda?

3) Uni bar?

4) Un Toka me la!



top Kweda

Kweda was created as an intereuropean auxiliary language (auxlang) by Michael Wirth. It combines an international vocabulary, based on Latin and Ancient Greek roots, with Germanic, Slavic, Finno-Ugric, Baltic and other elements.
Note that the main stress is always on the first syllable and that Kweda 'j' is pronounced as an English 'y'.

1) Kur men komnata er?

2) Kur li plaja er?

3) Kur li taverna er?

4) Non tokai me tur!

Language information on Michael's Kweda blog (in German)



top Láadan (also known as Laadan)

Láadan was created by Suzette Haden Elgin and featured in her Native Tongue science-fiction trilogy.

1) Báa shod letho bebáaha?

2) Báa sheshihoth bebáaha?

3) Báa ranahoth bebáaha?

4) Bóod dama ra ne leth núu!

Language information on Suzette Haden Elgin's webpage and Wikipedia



top Lango

Lango was created starting in 2003. Its words are based on Latin and Romance languages. ("Lango" is also the name of two different natural languages used in Sudan and Uganda.)

1) Qua es mia hono?

2) Qua es plajo?

3) Qua es baro?

4) No tati mi sta!



top Lingua Franca Nova (also known as LFN, Europijin, or Creol)

Dr. C. George Boeree began working on Lingua Franca Nova (LFN) in 1965. It was posted on the Internet in 1998. LFN is designed to be a simple, creole-like international auxiliary language (auxlang) and is based in part on French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Catalan.

Shown in both the Latin and Cyrillic alpahabets:
[Lingua Franca Nova]

Language information at Wikipedia and the Lingua Franca Nova site

Writing system information at Omniglot

Cyrillic fonts in the Gallery of Unicode Fonts



top Lingwa de Planeta

Lingwa de Planeta (LdP) is a naturalistic constructed language based on the ten most widely spoken languages of the world (including Mandarin Chinese, Hindi, Russian, and Arabic).

1) Wo es may shamba?

2) Wo es playa?

3) Wo es bar?

4) Bu tachi me dar!

Language information at the LdP website



top Lojban

Lojban was begun in the 1950s originally to support research on a concept known as the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis: "the structure of a language constrains the thinking of people using that language".

1) ma stuzi le mi kumfa

2) ma stuzi le canxaskoi

3) ma stuzi le barja

4) .oi ko na pencu mi fo ta

Language information at Wikipedia

Writing system information at Omniglot

Official Lojban site



top Lúsiaquia (also known as Lusiaquia)

Lúsiaquia was created by Servien Ilaino and is based on Germanic and Romanic languages with some Esperanto, Latin & Hungarian.

1) Tevo essa mia gado?

2) Tevo essa la plágiio?

3) Tevo essa la cafo?

4) Ne ensa mi day!



top Maraxxian

Maraxxian is a fictional language created by Jasper van der Horst.

1) Heq stett qas falidax?

2) Heq stett leb h'goygex?

3) Heq stett leb dipomm?

4) Gtia dexxell vahoxen q'a!



top Middelsprake (also known as Middelspraak)

Ingmar Roerdinkholder created Middelsprake based on common features of various modern Germanic languages (German, English, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Low Saxon, Frisian, and Norwegian Nynorsk).

1) War is miin kammer?

2) War is de strand?

3) War is de bar?

4) Raeke mi nik daer!

Language information at Yahoo Groups



top Mondlango (also known as Ulango)

He Yafu created Mondlango in 2002 as an international auxiliary language (auxlang).

1) Kie esan mia cambro?

2) Kie esan la strando?

3) Kie esan la drinkeyo?

4) Ne tucez mi tie!

Language information at the Mondlango website



top Movinon

Movinon was created by Charles Bellinger as part of a sci-fi continuum. Other languages in that continuum include Kotelar and Nesusin.

Shown using the vertical Movinon script:

[Movinon using Movinon script]

Shown using the Latin alphabet:

[Movinon using the Latin alphabet]

Writing system information at DeviantArt



top Na'vi

The Na'vi language was created by Paul Frommer for the 2009 film Avatar. It is used on the fictional moon Pandora by the indigenous Na'vi race.

1) [unknown]

2) [unknown]

3) [There are no bars on Pandora]

4) Ngal oeti tsatenge 'ampi rä'ä!

Language information at Wikipedia



top Neo Patwa

Neo Patwa was created as an evolving international auxiliary language (auxlang). Its grammar is based on Creole languages and it avoids sounds that are difficult to pronounce by people of different language backgrounds.

1) Mi di cemba sta ke-lado ma?

2) Sahel sta ke-lado ma?

3) Kantina sta ke-lado ma?

4) Minta no tuxe mi po na-lado!

Language information at the Neo Patwa website



top Nesusin

Nesusin was created by Charles Bellinger as an offshoot of English for part of a sci-fi continuum. Other languages in that continuum include Kotelar and Movinon. Nesusin users in the Delta Menurae star system employ various alphabets, also created by Charles Bellinger.

The Delta Menurae Common alphabet is used in everyday writing:

[Delta Menurae Common alphabet]

The Delta Menurae Formal alphabet is used in books, magazines, official documents, and campaign signs:

[Delta Menurae Formal alphabet]

The vertical Delta Menurae Scientific alphabet is used for scientific and mathematic matters, as well as technical readouts on spacecraft monitors:

[Delta Menurae Scientific alphabet]

Nesusin shown using the Latin alphabet:

1) Wei be ma zheghoiv? [way byih mah ZHEH-ghoiv]

2) Wei be dhe bic? [way byih dhyih beech]

3) Wei be dhe zwndro? [way byih dhyih ZOON-dro]

4) Don toc mai dheire! [dohn tohch my THAYR-yih]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Nordien

Nordien was created by Aaron Chapman and is based on Germanic languages.

1) Var ere min rum?

2) Var ere de strand?

3) Var ere de bar?

4) Rak mig neet dar?



top Nordisk

Nordisk borrows mainly from Germanic languages: German, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic, English, Old English, Gothic, Old Norse, Scots, Afrikaans, and Pennsylvania German.

1) Hvar mik rum segis?

2) Hvar det strand segis?

3) Hvar det tavern segis?

4) Nein gripis mik tur!



top Occidental / Interlingue (Occidental was later renamed Interlingue)

Occidental was created by Edgar de Wahl starting in 1922. Its words are drawn from Western European languages.

1) U es mi cámera?

2) U es li plage?

3) U es li bar?

4) Ne tucha me da!

Language information at Wikipedia

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Románico (also known as Romanico)

Románico is designed as a lingua franca with the goals of being easy-to-learn and politically neutral. It was created from roots common to English, French, and Spanish.

[Románico]

Language information at the Románico site



top Romanova

Romanova is based largely on four Romance languages: Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.

1) Donde es mio ca'mara?

2) Donde es el plaia?

3) Donde es el bar?

4) No toca me ala'!



top Russio

Russio was created by Vito Roberts in 2008 and is based on Russian.

It is shown in both the Latin and Cyrillic alpahabets:
[Russio]

Cyrillic fonts in the Gallery of Unicode Fonts



top Saksen

Saksen was created by John C Ricker. It is based primarily on English, Dutch, German, and Norwegian Bokmål. Other influences include Frisian, Afrikaans, and Old English.

1) Werr due bie my ruem?

2) Werr due bie die strand?

3) Werr due bie die baar?

4) Doent aanruere mie derr.



top Sasxsek

Sasxsek is an international auxiliary language (auxlang) created by Dana Nutter. It is designed to be simple to learn but powerful enough to cover the full range of human expression.

1) kam yu mo tav tu ho.

2) marinxran tav tu ho.

3) bevuk tav tu ho.

4) ni tuc mo tu to.



top Sermo

Sermo is an international auxiliary language (auxlang) designed by Jose Soares Da Silva. It draws on Neo-Latin languages and Interlingua.

1) Ubi esta mi camera?

2) Ubi esta la plage?

3) Ubi esta lo albergo?

4) Non me toca ibi!

Language information at Wikipedia



top Shiwi

Shiwi was created by Kiro. Its alphabet is based on Middle Persian alphabets.

Shown using Kiro's Shiwi alphabet:

[Shiwi]

Shown using the Latin alphabet:

1) Ie'abod ya wo? [ee-yeh ya-BOAD wo]

2) I wass ya wo? [ee vass ya wo]

3) I doranq ya wo? [ee doh-rahnk ya wo]

4) No ie douss'da! [no ee-yeh doose dah]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Slovio

Slovio was created by Mark Hucko and is based on the Slavic family of languages.

Shown in both the Latin and Cyrillic alpahabets:
[Slovio]

Cyrillic fonts in the Gallery of Unicode Fonts

Language information at slovio.com

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Somesta

Somesta was created by András Rajki in 2011 and is based on Finnish and Estonian.

1) Kur mia tubo atas

2) Kur mara rando atas

3) Kur baro atas

4) Min tur ey kautu



top Somish

Somish was created by Aaron Chapman starting in 2003. Its words are drawn mostly from Esperanto, English, and Scandinavian languages.

1) jesa rum vasta se?

2) stran vasta se?

3) rinhus vasta se?

4) ne dasta ro je!



top Spocanian

Rolandt Tweehuysen, a Dutch writer and linguist, began constructing Spocanian in 1962 and has continued now for more than 40 years. It is a language of the fictional Kingdom of Spocania / Spokanië, also created by Mr. Tweehuysen. Spocania is an imaginary group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, to the southwest of Ireland.

Shown in both the Latin and Pegrevian alpahabets:

[Spocanian using the Latin alphabet] [Spocanian using the Pegrevische alphabet]

Language information at Spocania website and Wikipedia

Writing system information for the Pegrevian / Pegrevische alpahabet (in Dutch)



top Sraelish (also known as Sraelisk or Sraelisch)

Sraelish was created by Israel Noletto and is based on Germanic languages. It was constructed to look as natural as possible.

1) Waer is miin ruum?

2) Waer is de strand?

3) Waer is de lokael?

4) Stor mii neght!



top Tauro-Piscean

S. C. Anderson's Tauro-Piscean language is based mostly on Old English and German.

1) Best tet Rum ikkes, weê?

2) Best tet Ïtlaf, weê?

3) Best tet Knïpê, weê?

4) Repian nat ikken teê!

Language information at the FrathWiki



top tinta Ritnasas

Mohd Badrul Bin Salleh created tinta Ritnasas as the language spoken by a group of people, called the Asvianna, in Dhukara Highland on the continent Qwanvlim on the planet Holozaft in the fictional Zvhantoras solar system. It is written with its own tinta Pyanaw alphabet.

[tinta Ritnasas]

Writing system information at Omniglot



top Toki Pona

Toki Pona was created by Sonja Elen Kisa as a minimal language that focuses on the good things in life. It was first published in 2001.

1) tomo mi li lon seme?

2) poka telo li lon seme?

3) tomo pi telo nasa li lon seme?

4) o pana ala e luka sina lon ni mi!

Language information for Toki Pona at Wikipedia and the Toki Pona website

Writing system information at Wikipedia and Omniglot



top Unilingua (also known as Mirad)

Unilingua was created by Noubar Agopoff with words created from scratch.

1) Odemu ce ata tim?

2) Odemu ce ada mimkum?

3) Odemu ce ada tilam?

4) Ho byuno at idemu!

Language information at Wikibooks



top Uryuomoco

Uryuomoco is used as a fictional alien language in the online comic El Goonish Shive. It is actually English using a substitution cipher.

1) Quoolo yuc ni leen?

2) Quoolo yuc cho vouseh?

3) Quoolo yuc cho vul?

4) Jeh meg geaseh no cholo!

English/Uryuomoco Translator



top Volapük (also known as Volapuk)

Volapük ("World Language") was created in 1879 by a German priest named Johann Martin Schleyer.

1) Kiöpo binom cem obik?

2) Kiöpo binom jol?

3) Kiöpo binom bötädöp?

4) No doatolöd obi us!

Language information at Wikipedia

Writing system information at Omniglot

Online Volapük handbook



top Wenedyk

Wenedyk is used by the Veneds in the fictional Republic of the Two Crowns. That country is part of the Ill Bethisad alternate timeline.

[Wenedyk]

Language information at Wikipedia and the Ill Bethisad Wiki



top Ygyde

Ygyde was created as an international auxiliary language (auxlang) and has its own alphabet.

[Ygyde]

Writing system information at Omniglot




The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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