Бологӓ: See Bologau

Екоряд: See Kedshi

Новословница: See Novoslovnica

Уьрифапвух: See Uirian

Шезка: See Szezk

Կշուրներեն: See Kyuren

מקוואנט: See Mekavant

מקוואנטו: See Mekavant

فايكاغي: See Faikari

ঠইতহঢআঘচ: See Thȧtareni

ნეჭო: See Nicho

Ⳃⳃⲁⲙⲁⳡ: See Opus

ツアイルイケタウケ: See Iloyan

契絆想界詩: See Keihansoukaishi

查尔斯基督讲话的语言: See Charlchrist Spoken Launguage

Аню Идаӄхи: See Kolyma Ainu

לש אדם: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

لش ادم: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

لشان ادم: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

لشان هلادم: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

จั อิรุยก เตาก: See Iloyan

Charlchrist Langue parlée : See Charlchrist Spoken Launguage

kadarad: See Salthan

ungxã: See ungxau

-: See Charlchrist Spoken Language

'éld'œ̂ysk: See Eldoeysk

'éldœ̂ysk: See Eldoeysk

'Iru Ni'i: Language of the ‘Iru Ni‘i of Southern Seligon, spoken in four dialects across the Seligonian islands, distantly related to the Seligonian Languages; phonology based on Polynesian Languages

Its users know it as ‘Iru Ni‘i.

'loɾ.tʰo: See Lortho

'Yemls: post-catastrophic

(deleted): See Hayaxmi

(e)7a7a-FaM: See Narish

(L')starfish klam: See L'starfish Klam

[ʈʂʰɑ̥ɻˈaŋu]: See Chharang

*təmplurul: See Proto-Tampoluric

120705 CALS Metalanguage: See

3o3o: See Gripping

45555: See Headdesk

Aaen Gohuilim: See Proto-Angelic

ʾÅa̩e̯n Gohuȋlim: See Proto-Angelic

Aaey: Decided to try a challenge, so made a conlang with only two actual consonants (not including composite characters)... It's working quite well.

Aaro: Aaro's contemporary verbal complex no longer inflects for person or number; however, a proclitic device, which cross-references for the -nominal class- of either the agent or the patient argument, is expressed on the first element of the verbal phrase.

It has been known as Taeb.

áavémuatzáluɂóo: See Avemuacha

Abaru Human Proto-Language : A language started for human use in Abaru, a world conceived by Sithril and Manofzelego.

Abraeni: Abraeni is the common language of the polities of Abraen and Rrehad (formerly the Abraeni Empire); this description is based on the standard post-Imperial form of the language as spoken in central Abraen.

Achiyitqan: Loosely inspired by Inuktitut and Blackfoot syntax, morphology and phonology; lexicon completely a-priori.

Its users know it as Aciyitqa.

Aciyitqa: See Achiyitqan

Adejori: Spoken by insane beings descended from humans experimented on by a sorcerer on a rogue planet. The language is unusually insensitive to animacy and changes from a creole into a clitic-heavy language.

Adinjo: The first and longest language project for Atrusius, Adinjo is a loosely Indo-European derivative with a smattering of words which were either relexed or generated a priori from non-IE languages.

Adɮāʎ: See Ox-yew

Adzaay: See Ox-yew

Æleńa: See Elanian

Afrihili: A constructed auxiliary language designed in 1970 by Ghanaian historian K. A. Kumi Attobrah (Kumi Atɔbra) to be used as a lingua franca in all of Africa.

Its users know it as El-Afrihili.

It has been known as Ni Afrihili Oluga.

Ahakqau: See Hacklow

Aingeljã: Romance artlang most related to Spanish, Catalan and Aragonese, with great influence from Portuguese, French and Italian and little traces from English and German

Ainish: A language derived mostly from French, Spanish and Japanese.

Its users know it as Ainish .

Ainish : See Ainish

ajāsṫı: See Ayasthi

Akachenti: See Kachan

Akēsta: See Aukayan

Akhvnas: See Ghudaz

Äkʜj: See Aky

Äkʜʊj: See Aky

Akiel: Akiel started out as a free-time exercise back in 2000-2001, to see if I could figure out how to create a conlang. Over the next decade and more, the language and its grammar have evolved dramatically, and continue to do so.

Akuy: See Aky

Aрkxuv: See Arkhuv

Aky: A language created for fun more than anything.

Its users know it as Äkʜj.

It has been known as Äkʜʊj, Akuy.

al-Qorolěs: See Qorolese

Alahithian: Alahithian is an auxlang constructed by spacefaring humans whose ancestors were taken from the earth long ago. They have returned to the earth with this language, along with several others from which Alahithian is constructed.

Its users know it as ol alahith.

Alakulian: Alternate Bronze Age of Central Asia

Albic: A Celtic, Pseudo-Goidelic language spoken in the island nation of West Albion, west of the Hebrides and northwest of Ireland. It was particularly influenced by Old Norse, especially in that it retained a neuter gender and features front rounded vowels.

Its users know it as Gødelg.

Alfen: The language of the elves, situated in the great city of Alfsheim (Alfos-Ha'imi).

Its users know it as Alfin.

Alfin: See Alfen

Alien language: See Ukhshaya

Alien weird language: See Dapaq

Alopian: Native American language spoken in an America without Europeans. Part of the isolate Otsemian language family. Spoken about about 30,000 people around lake Mistassini in Northern Québec.

Its users know it as Siųamo.

Alpic: A Pre-IE language isolate spoken on the border between Switzerland and Austria.

Its users know it as Elbetusa.

It has been known as Olpea, Elbettusa.

Altairian: Altairian is the official language of the Altairian Empire, an interstellar alien empire.

American English AD3000: See Paagnnyaglŝ

Ampizd: The unintentionally polysynthetic language spoken by a large group within a couple states, mainly Gwáta

Ancient Caspian: The language spoken by an ancient nomadic tribe who migrated from the Taklamakan Desert to the Caspian region. The modern exonym is a misnomer as this language is unrelated to the Caspian language family.

Its users know it as jebɟʱesékʰ.

Ancient Draconian: Experimenting with some stuff. Very high inflection.

It has been known as Ancient Draçonian.

Ancient Draçonian: See Ancient Draconian

Ancient Firstborn: See Htoleithe

Ancient Yakim Language: a human language used in another world, the name "Yakim" is an exonym from Q'oligo language, meaning "beachlings"/"people who live on the beach".

Its users know it as yakin sien zie tawa.

Ancient Zelev: The language of the corrupt, technologically advanced Zelev Empire, a human society which collapsed along with civilization in general 2,000 years before the "present day" in my conworld of Dombellus.

Its users know it as Zelēvzin.

Angelt: See Ruzian

Angosey: This is a personal artlang created in 1998 and in near-continuous use since 2002.

Anikuek: This is the prestige form of an alien language, used as a lingua franca between elites and high officials in a certain group of star systems, whereas the related, vulgar, spoken lingua franca is called Slonikuek, and there are also various local dialects.

Its users know it as Anikuek (ɑɳɪkyk).

Anikuek (ɑɳɪkyk): See Anikuek

aningali: See Wistanian

Annese: A minimalist language designed with only sonorants as consonants, and also a thought of what a language affected by a great amount of lenition would sound like. Translations will change eventually.

It has been known as Voinich, Ǫu Din Len.

Anyael: A conlang even in my conworld, starting in the late 21st/early 22nd century. The language was created anonymously and posted online, and initially got little attention. People started using as a default language whenever they needed something to quickly us

Apiano: See Apiyan

Apituka: Designed to be a flexible, but highly minimalistic language, to be as easily pronounced by as many people as possible.

Apiyan: A mixed language of the Romance and Slavic language families. First official language of the <a href="http://apiya.co.cc">Kingdom of Apiya</a>.

Its users know it as Apiano.

Apple alien language: See Applelang

Applelang: the language spoken by apple aliens, who are apple-shaped plant aliens. informations below are mainly based on the more colloquial form.

It has been known as Apple alien language.

Arano: this is not a human language, and parts of its grammar are inspired by the speaking way of the "Misaka Imoto"s from "Toaru Majutsu no Index"

Arcaicam Esperantom: A fictional "Old Esperanto" created by Manuel Halvelik and published in 1969.

Aribelian, High: See High Aribelian

Aribelian, Vulgar: See Vulgar Aribelian

Arithīde: See Modern Arithide

Arka: A robust conlang that's relatively well known in Japan.

Arkhuv: An Indo-European language which is strongly favored by the maker to the old Felbahn language.

Its users know it as Aрkxuv.

It has been known as Faрkxuv.

Armundic: Language of the Armundic high culture; sacred language of Armundic Religion

Its users know it as Calamti.

arrayfish's personal lang: A personal lang, an adaptation of Czech which I use for taking notes.

arujei: See Arusian

Arusian: This is a personal language designed to make communition more logical and easier to the speakers.

Its users know it as arujei.

Arxjan: See Dacayan

ʾAšdu Yat-Vṛḵaž: See Vrkhazhian

Asha'ille: VSO artlang spoken by empathic felines.

Athah: A language spoken by a race of emperialistic, theocratic reptilians on the planet Altash.

Its users know it as AthaH.

AthaH: See Athah

Athnai: See Attian

Atje: See Proto-Atjen

atsn: See Atsn

Atsn: A priori language spoken by a group of reptilian-humanoids. The language has a unique word order, and very specific syntactic rules.

Its users know it as Atsn .

It has been known as atsn.

Atsn : See Atsn

Attian: A language isolate spoken in the Caucasus, employing consonantal root/templatic morphology, a pervasive animacy system, and active-stative case marking.

Its users know it as Athnai.

Audhrinn: An a priori artlang

Aukayan: Western Hakessian Dialect; spoken in the Aukayan Hills east of Serdon in the late Bronze Age

Its users know it as Akēsta.

aun kãteko eneqõ: See Eneqa

Austrian: East Germanic language, related to Gothic, spoken in the United Kingdom of Austria.

Its users know it as Austriggisk.

Austrian Celtic: A Gaulish-derived, conservative Celtic language spoken in the Austrian Alps that underwent Germanic and OHG sound shifts.

Its users know it as Nórechach.

It has been known as Österreichisch.

Austriggisk: See Austrian

Avalonian: Language isolate which is spoken in the Avalonian Isles (Telku).This archipelago lies SW of Ireland. It consists of three islands (*Gran Breton Island, *Newfoundland, *Nova Scotia) which in this timeline became part of the Eurasian Plate.

Its users know it as Nahvatti Telkun.

Avemuacha: An isolate language spoken on an island 1,800 miles west of the coast of Mexico. It is known by its speakers as áavémuatzáluɂóo /âʋé̞mʊatʃálʊʔô̞/.

Its users know it as áavémuatzáluɂóo.

Avendonian: First made for roleplaying in NationStates, then it became a sufficiently-fledged language, outside the game. Originated through trade interaction between Germanic tribes and early Romans.

Its users know it as avendoniano.

avendoniano: See Avendonian

Âveqel: See Infernal

Average Conlang: I am creating an internally-consistent, as-average-as-possible conlang, using the most common WALS feature values, and the most common phoneme data from Phoible. Inconsistencies will be resolved such that as many average features as possible are retained.

Averagelang: An attempt to create the most average (according to WALS) conlang possible. Conflicts with 14, 24?, 38, 51, 84, 92, 96*, 97, 104, 114, 144*

Its users know it as Qmačah.

AVG: See CALS Average Feature Values

Avrelang: This language was created on the ZBB based on WALS features as an answer to the CALS challenge of creating the most average conlang possible. I present: Avrelang or ʔafula.

Its users know it as ʔafula.

Ayasthi: Ayāsthi is a Western Edastean, Dāiadak language spoken in parts of the Rathedān centred on Thāras. It is descended from vernacular Adāta dialects spoken in Thāras; the language as described in this survey is from the New Ayāsthi era (16th century Y.P.).

Its users know it as ajāsṫı.

Ayeri: Ayeri is a South-Western-Kataynian language and has about 3.3 million speakers (975 KT census). It is mainly spoken in the United Western Lands, but also in the Ayeri Republic and the Republic of Tuvrang.

ayeyarok'þ: See urdcax

Azalian: The most commonly spoken tongue in most regions of the Azalian continent in the conworld of Dombellus.

Its users know it as Azalin.

Azalin: See Azalian

äznàd keɣan: See Ythnandosian

Ba'eni: Comissioned language for a fantasy novel

Its users know it as Larene-Baʔeniʔi.

It has been known as Goblin.

bal'ukbar: Philosophical language with focus on individual perception. Mostly isolating, Austronesian sounding.

Its users know it as pal'uqpar.

Bannish: The language of the Banders, a clan of small elf-like people who are well known for their masks and long-sleeved clothing.

Its users know it as Wannish.

Barbame: See Barbane

Barbane: An attempt to apply dependency grammar theory by aligning morphological to syntactic dependencies. The language is in an early state yet.

It has been known as Barbame.

Barip: Another conlang- this time I hope to build a larger vocabulary.

Baronh: A fictional language used in Crest of the Stars and Banner of the Stars, spoken by the Abh people.

Başa Sarcay: See Başam

Başam: Başam — "My Language" — is the name given to a language spoken today by the Aterian people of Turkey and the Middle East.

It has been known as Başa Sarcay.

Basanawa: See Town Speech

Basanawa dari Burg: See Town Speech

Basargi: See Brasarg

Bashika: A compilation of all the linguistics ideals I've developed over the years; a liturgical language. Arabic orthography, Sanskrit/Arabic phonology, Tibetan/Finnish morphology.

Begonian: First personal conlang... I've drawn a lot of inspiration from Altaic languages, Basque and Icelandic.

Its users know it as Naniuk.

Bereujoife: See Beringian

Beringian: A genetically Machoric language draining most of its lexicon from Asatic languages. An artificial "English" (German + Romance) with a strong flavour of French.

Its users know it as Bereujoife.

Besokian, Proto-: See Proto-Besokian

Bhadlam: An isolate(?) language spoken on an island in the Arabian Sea.

Its users know it as bhadlama.

bhadlama: See Bhadlam

Bilanidin: See Vilani

Black speech: the language developed by Sauron for his gangs(Orcs, Nazguls, etc).

Blurgish: See Ḍoláh

Bologau: The primary language spoken in Bologa, a fictional region of China. It is a Slavic language.

Its users know it as Бологӓ.

Boriomanco: Boriomanco is the majority language of the Republic of Boriomano, a country so small that its citizens often call it "ya nazhone gwoy mappa oblitó" (the country the map forgot).

Brasarg: Language from Selentia world, belonging to the Salita group. Spoken on the small sawanna territory on the Salla continent. RLE: Vocabulary in progress.

Its users know it as Basargi.

It has been known as ʙasargɨ (phonetical).

Briötto: Spoken by the Briotto, descendants of the Qeister Empire exclaves (Qeïsterw).

Its users know it as Qeïsterbriöto.

brítz nˀAthághín: See Netagin

Brooding: Brooding is the language of the people of Harken, a world created by Ryan Long of the Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company. It was outlined and codified by Scott Hamilton and later expanded and curated by BenJamin P. Johnson.

Brutirric: A Celtic language spoken on the imaginary island of Brutirria, 400 kilometres northwest off the coast of Galicia, Spain. Relatively ancient with heavy Romance influence.

Its users know it as Brutírrica.

Brutírrica: See Brutirric

Buruya Nzaysa: Buruya Nzaysa is an Edastean language spoken in Buruya, a trading town on the lower Eigə. It is traditionally classified as a divergent western dialect of Naidda, but in fact distinct enough to be called a separate language.

ʙasargɨ (phonetical): See Brasarg

Ca Ìloeig Toug: See Iloyan

Cлaʙᴋ: See Slavk

Calamti: See Armundic

CALS Average Feature Values: These are the average feature values for languages on CALS as of December 2017. Of note is that were this list made into an actual conlang, there would be several inconsistencies among the values (e.g. the stress system, word orders).

It has been known as AVG.

Caryatic: From a conworld with the same language families as Earth, but different daughter languages

Its users know it as Kāriātikā.

Catralian: The key language of the Cātran Empire, Catralian is an isolated language. Much like Latin, Catralian has given way to a plethora of modern daughter languages. It is still used as a literary language in some countries.

Its users know it as Cātralus.

Cātralus: See Catralian

Celestial: Musical language spoken by the angels of the Celestial Realm in the world of Dombellus. Tones correspond to the notes of a major pentatonic scale.

Its users know it as Mêlázêla.

Celestial: See Draconic

Celinese: "Celinese" describes variants of a priori macrolanguage, which is one of the principal languages on Lorech (an earth-like planet). This entry describes the international acrolect, which is based on a compromise between Perís and Ioðinbêr dialects.

Its users know it as Several - Períseg, Chlasc, Circàsieg, etc.

Cenemanian: Cenemanian was a Romance language spoken on the Atlantic island of Cenemania prior to the "Terre Gaste" or Cenemanian genocide brought about by the French occupying forces in the fourteenth century.

Its users know it as ela linco cincimancega.

It has been known as ela linco cincimancegu.

Centaurian: My first conlang; non-naturalistic language spoken by human inhabitants of the Alpha Centauri system, and various fantasy ports of that culture.

Its users know it as Lin'Ya.

Cerstan: Personal language I started creating when I went to college, and have been editing and tweaking on and off ever since.

Cesen: See Jezzali

Charlchrist Spoken Language: -

Its users know it as -.

It has been known as Unkown.

Charlchrist Spoken Launguage: Cherilchrist Spnouskun Lengouegu originated in Charlchrist Kingdom a group of unkown Islands.Cherilchrist Spnouskun Lengouegu is made up of 33 vowels & 26 consonants. It is spoken by 85% of the islands the other 15% speaking english, & is sturctured so tha

Its users know it as Cherilchrist Spnouskun Lengouegu.

It has been known as Charlchrist Langue parlée , 查尔斯基督讲话的语言, Charlcristo Lengua hablada .

Charlcristo Lengua hablada : See Charlchrist Spoken Launguage

Cherilchrist Spnouskun Lengouegu: See Charlchrist Spoken Launguage

Cherry Blossom: See Poswa

Cherun: Parent of the Hathic languages, spoken on the Lein Islands (Lenyz Tuaz).

Its users know it as Jedlug.

Chharang: An isolate spoken on an imaginary island on the site of Mount Error off the Somali coast.

Its users know it as chharaŋu.

It has been known as [ʈʂʰɑ̥ɻˈaŋu].

chharaŋu: See Chharang

chlǣvānumi dhāḍa: See Chlouvanem

Chlouvanem: Chlouvānem is a language of the planet Calémere, the lingua franca in the lands of the Chlouvānem Inquisition, spoken by around 1.9 billion people.

Its users know it as chlǣvānumi dhāḍa.

Choch Gwurx: Spoken by the Ćwwo clan of Northeast Vur (plains/river region). The language is only spoken by approximately 800 people, however it is not in danger of becoming extinct because it is still taught to the young. Outside speakers tend to describe the language

Its users know it as Ćwwoxgwoṙxw.

It has been known as Ćwwo, Fauj.

Choton: An auxlang devised from a fusion of English, German and Japanese.

Church Olgish: See Middle Olgish

Cikap: Cikap is a verb-final, polysynthetic language with an animacy-based word order inspired by Ainu and Ogami Ryukyuan.

Cimance: See Massalian

Cirena: A personal Artlang, intended to sound beautiful, and have a fundamentally simple grammar. Partially inspired by marine imagery, with a few influences from Italian and French.

City Speech: a proto-language last spoken about 1.5 milennia ago.

Clarnenamerin: This language is invented by me for a Fantasy world called Ghlendak. Annam tallan ne dhon mòar tuGhlendak Gilan.

Its users know it as The noble language.

Classical Arithide: This page describes the standard written form of the late Equora Dynasty.

Its users know it as Lazēide.

Classical Gagish: See Onnasurin

Classical Leheitak: See Kemba

Classical Magorian: A Language spoken by the high class of Magorion, a literally and mainly written language of the Magorian Empire.

Its users know it as Ghef Machern.

Classical Uraki: A diachronic language of Teles, a collaborative conworld project

clikli dialect: a "dialect" of Liunan/Lonmai Luna, but is very different from the standard variant and should be considered as a different language

Its users know it as silêle dan ma lona.

Clofabian: Clofabosin or Clofabian (Clofaboserotin 'great-river language' or simply Clofabosin) is a language inspired by generic drug names. It is an agglutinative language and the official language of Clofabinositin.

Its users know it as Clofabosin.

Clofabosin: See Clofabian

Clone of Voksigid: See Kayronic

Common Honey: A collaborative project created by a tribe started on CONLANG-L in November 2015.

Its users know it as Sajem Tan.

Common Western Hakessian: Vernacular of the Western Hakessians, spoken in Southern Seligon in the late Bronze Age; administrative language of several city states (including Dūda, Serdōne, and Arveloš) before the rise of the Fenedian Empire

Its users know it as Līšša Nūynech.

It has been known as Hakessian, Common Western.

Conlang: See

Corak Reef language: See Coral Reef language

Coral Reef language: language spoken by "Corak Reefers", a ethnic group of a non-human being species. The grammar is Slavic-based(especiall Czech-Slovak?), with a priori contents and contents borrowed from Slavic languages.

It has been known as Corak Reef language.

Cressja: See Necarasso Cryssesa

Cun punt ne ves pal: See Limerian

Cuuvi: See Cylvian

Cwengaer: Spoken mostly in the hills of Cwelâr, Cwengâr is of the Galav language family along with Fén Ghír. Cwengâr draws slightly more on Natlangs than Fén Ghír and gains from the benefits of having more experience. It draws more on Breton & Welsh.

Its users know it as Cwengâr.

Cwengâr: See Cwengaer

Ćwwo: See Choch Gwurx

Ćwwoxgwoṙxw: See Choch Gwurx

Cylvian: The language of the pixies and other inhabitants of Cylvia in the Fey Realm in the world of Dombellus; related to Sylvan.

Its users know it as Cuuvi.

Dačajo: See Dacayan

Dacayan: It has been being set up since 2001 and takes so many stem words of Indo European Language. Yet, this is an agglutinate language.

Its users know it as Dačajo.

It has been known as Dachajo, Fojan, Arxjan, Szejan, Daczajo.

Dachajo: See Dacayan

Daczajo: See Dacayan

Dahawj: The native language of the island nation of Mudsahawj, located east of Russia at 41°N 167°E. Its internal name is pronounced [ɪs.dzɐ.ˈχawʒ].

Its users know it as Isdsahawj.

It has been known as Dsahawj.

Dahilak: See Dahilese

Dahilese: a-priori con-lang with tri-consonantal roots

Its users know it as Dahilak.

Dahu: Dahu was the language of an ancient Empire in the North of the continent of Aheku on a parallel Earth called Tekuo. It is the ancestor of the Dahu language sub-family, including Lemohai.

It has been known as Ontari, Õtari , Nomai Õtari, Õtari, Nomai Õtari ( = Õtari words) , Old Lemohai-Letsuri.

Dainyu: An experiment of mine to see how un-average a language I can make and still have it work (and be aesthetic per my ideas on aesthetics)

Its users know it as Danu.

Damin: A ceremonial language register used by the advanced initiated men of the Lardil and the Yangkaal tribes in Australia.

It has been known as Demiin.

Dangin Nira: Dangin Nira is an a priori conlang intended to be the official language of a future nation-state in Antarctica.

Danu: See Dainyu

Dapaq: You know me = Pq'a ipèqla va I see you = Qa ipèng q'eng tp'a This house is mine = Pelppa' fheqer bep'm qa'aval

Its users know it as Alien weird language.

Darkwood: See Dwendish

Ddomu: See Vitruvian

Dearean: Spoken in the Kingdom of Reosal

Its users know it as Deẽreẽ.

Deẽreẽ: See Dearean

Deiku: Reconstructed parent language of Deiku family.

déjnaì: See Tine

Déjnaj: See Tine

Delniit: A language for the worlds of various stories, including Donkeytale, Valliyv, etc.

Its users know it as Δeʟɴııт.

It has been known as Fгıxeɴısc, Vaʟʟıyvııт, Valliyvian.

Demiin: See Damin

Denaden: Work in progress, lexicon still growing. A concept of a direct descendant of Latin with heavy Germanic influence - plus other deviations in other directions. Equal parts aux- and artlang.

Its users know it as Linge Denadoz.

Ðeneydabus: See Dheneydabus

Dengurse Marijo: See Marijo

Depth Language: Depth Language takes principles from various forms of depth psychology and grammaticalises them.

Derovian: European-sounding conlang inspired by a childhood conworld.

Its users know it as Deroviano.

It has been known as Dherrovian.

Deroviano: See Derovian

Deth: See Peace

Dètren: This language is very hard but is Fantasy,is not alien. Pen ren obe faly holt pad obe Vondozi,obe mam oreim.

Its users know it as The hard language.

Dhakhsh: SOV, analytic

Dhannua: See Dhannuá

Dhannuá: A language deriving syntax, grammar and vocabulary from (proto)-indo-european sources with a faint Celtic touch with hints of (Old) Latin, Ancient Greek and Slavic.

Its users know it as Dhannuá Bhlóar.

It has been known as Dhannua.

Dhannuá Bhlóar: See Dhannuá

Dheneydabus: A contemporary language of Ladoçei Htoleiþe, descended from a common ancestor and also spoken by the same species, the Firstborn.

Its users know it as Ðeneydabus.

Dherrovian: See Derovian

Dhūṭpal Naflis: See Ernalan

Die kolesche Sprach: See kolesch Speech

Diplomatic Shessith: Diplomatic Shessith is the dialect most often used by the Shessuth people in the context of speaking with members of other races who are unable to understand the typical in-group variety of Shessith.

Diversal: ..

Its users know it as Diverslaion.

Diverslaion: See Diversal

Doayâu: Doayâu is a Coastal Western language in the world of Akana, spoken in the vicinity of Pítau on the west coast of the continent Peilaš.

Ḍoláh: The primary language of the Sého, inhabitants of the planet Nurn.

It has been known as Blurgish.

Dothraki: The Dothraki language is associated with the Dothraki horse warriors of George R. R. Martin's fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire. The language was created for the HBO adaptation of that series entitled Game of Thrones.

Its users know it as Lekh Dothraki.

Draconic: The language spoken by the gods of Creation was picked up by the Dragons and passed on to their Dragonspawn. Few of the races today know this ancient language, but its linguistic descendants have evolved into the four primary languages of Creation.

Its users know it as Zegdwovn.

It has been known as Celestial.

Dragonian: Alien language influenced by Humans

Its users know it as §raconese.

Druðþþᵫ̄ðesc: See Northeadish

Dsahawj: See Dahawj

Dunia: A 1996 proposal for an analytic, naturalistic international auxiliary language which drew each part of speech category from a different major world language.

Dwendish: Language isolate spoken primarily on Dwendland (endonym: Mfintihanti) by the Dvends (endonym: Mfintirh). Dwendish is in a sprachbund with the Celtic lanɡuaɡes.

Its users know it as Mfintidafha.

It has been known as Darkwood, Naqha u Ncámicg, Pictish, Ntunalafha, Xanalafha, Mqinilafha, Mvinilafha, Mvintidafha.

Ðyroq: See Slyrdian

Dzidmicu: See Dzidmitsu

Dzidmitsu: As it turns out, humans ancestors came from another planet! They are highly advanced space traveling humanoids who have been warring for the safety of their home planet. Because of their surveillance of Earth, their language has adapted a number of roots a

Its users know it as Dzidmicu.

Dzuutani: A language isolate spoken on Honahi Anibi (Spirit Island), north of Turkey and west of Georgia in the Black Sea. Currently undergoing major reform!

ea-luna: ea-luna (customarily written without capitalization) is an isolating VSO conlang that was begun in 1996. It has 11 consonants and 4 vowels. (And I promise I will come back to complete this entry...)

Its users know it as ea-luna or iludina-li-luna.

ea-luna or iludina-li-luna: See ea-luna

Ebisedian: Common trade language of the Ebisédi, inhabitants of the Ferochromon universe.

Its users know it as ni ɜbisɜ̄di dɜ ɜtɜmī.

Ebo Lingai: A language used in another world, with an austronesian-like focus system. Ebo Nganagam, its close relative is a language of Sahar, the collaborative conworld of conworkshop

Edebro: A language from the conworld of Aysling, Edebro is spoken by the Gxam people of Gxambfan. Designed to have a minimalist aesthetic, Edebro's phonology is relatively simple, and its morphosyntax avoids marking case on nouns by either morphology or syntax.

Eƌešenin: See Ewheshenin

Eezee: An international auxiliary language designed for maximum practicality. Leverages the broad speaker base of English for easy adoption, but with greater regularity for ease of use.

Eitinodo: An Egbian language, the standard form of a dialect continuum spoken along the south shore of the Median Gulf, in the same general region as Ðeneydabus.

Its users know it as Eitinódo.

It has been known as Standard Eitino.

Eitinódo: See Eitinodo

El-Afrihili: See Afrihili

ela linco cincimancega: See Cenemanian

ela linco cincimancegu: See Cenemanian

Elanian: A T-Celtic language spoken on the islands of the Ğuineaф Ælenor Cymffeudr ("Confederated Republics of Elanor/Ælenor"), which lie off the West coast of France (and the NW coast of Spain). The language branched off the common Proto-Celtic some 2500 ys ago

Its users know it as Æleńa.

It has been known as Elenere.

Гēlbàn: See Felbahn

Elbettusa: See Alpic

Elbetusa: See Alpic

Eldoeysk: Germanic alternative-history language, spoken on an imaginary vulcanic island in the Bothnian Bay.

Its users know it as 'éld'œ̂ysk.

It has been known as Eldœysk, 'éldœ̂ysk.

Eldœysk: See Eldoeysk

Eldtyric: Language of the elder day Tyreneans spoken in Lotirkar before the fall of Tyrica.

Elefen: See Lingua Franca Nova

Elenere: See Elanian

Elesu: Elésu is a conlang spoken on Arzhanø by the cultural predecessors of the Saimi.

Its users know it as Elésu.

Elésu: See Elesu

Elko: Elko is an easy to learn conlang. It is the language spoken by Eldars (a people of gods) living on Ellos.

Elmoric: A language for a Nationstates nation I made.

Its users know it as True Elmoric.

It has been known as Native Elmoric.

Δeʟɴııт: See Delniit

Emihtazuu: An attempt to make a diachronic realistic language that looks nothing like any natlang. (Originally meant as part of a worldbuilding project; has now outlived multiple attempts to give it a nailed-down setting.)

Emmut: See Emyt

Emotional Song Pact: See Keihansoukaishi

Emyt: A language started in 2009 for cooperative conworld. It is highly agglutinative tongue with some flective and polysynthetic elements.

Its users know it as Ral'ęmyt.

It has been known as Emmut.

Enamyn: Enamyn was once spoken over a thousand years ago by the Ilhroch (iɬrox) people of what is today central and southern Crimea.

Its users know it as Enamyn (ɛnamn̩).

Enamyn (ɛnamn̩): See Enamyn

Endehl: Endehl NOT Eendehl

Its users know it as Ęndehl.

Ęndehl: See Endehl

Eneqa: A mostly a priori personal language, with roots occasionally generated from Greek/Chinese/Swahili/Spanish. The grammar is agglutinative and not (intentionally) based on any existing language. It attaches prefixes to verbs and suffixes to nouns.

Its users know it as aun kãteko eneqõ.

Ensurti: This is the protolanguage of my fiction culture living in the forest under the well.

Its users know it as Issooli.

Enterdese: Enterdese is part of the Kneian Language Family from the world of Escodrion. Enterdese is an Endonoan language that was first spoken in early Enterdos and is an official language in Enterdos and its former empire.

Its users know it as Enterdos-urend.

Enterdos-urend: See Enterdese

epeka toka na musume: See toka na musume

epsilan-tou: See Modified Basic E-Prime

Eridanian: An agglutinative language derived from English and spoken on a colonized Earth-like planet

Its users know it as Rdaanssbeix.

Ernalan: This is a fantasy language that was used for a conworld that I've decided to kill as it involved fantasy races and I feel I am in the wrong position to write in such detail about race. This will likely be re-purposed for something else, as I'm fond of it.

Its users know it as Naflis Dhūṭpal.

It has been known as Dhūṭpal Naflis.

Esata: A proposal for an international auxiliary language derived largely from English but with a radical cosmopolitanization & morphophonemic simplification of its vocabulary and girding to a partially creoloid, partially oligosynthetic framework.

Esperanto: Esperanto is an international auxiliary language created by L. L. Zamenhof in 1887. Since that time, it's grown to become the most widely used constructed language in history.

Esperanto 1894: A slate of reforms suggested by some Esperantists, which, despite personally objecting to them, L. L. Zamenhof worked into a complete language and put up for a vote. The reforms were rejected, but many formed part of the later language Ido.

It has been known as Reformed Esperanto, Reformate Esperanto.

Esturaji Ğüfrá: See Esturean

Esturean: From Esturean nomadic tribe on modern Earth.

Its users know it as Esturaji Ğüfrá.

Etelegbe: Ancestor language of the Egbian Languages, a family of human languages.

Its users know it as Ètelegbé.

Ètelegbé: See Etelegbe

Europanto: A language built by mixing together parts from various European languages.

Ewheshenin: While I was walking and thinking about bilabial fricatives, I decided to make a language with whistles as consonants. There will be a fictitious back-story, just not yet.

Its users know it as Eƌešenin.

ExoticLang: A language derived from the heavily disputed Proto-Altaic. Spooky!

Əmantym-Stenmutsa: See Stemmutsian

Fádin's Olgish: See Middle Olgish

fae gosfth: [ɑːfhāi gôʃfð] still in early forms

Its users know it as ƍfeʎ ʒoҧ.

Faikari: Faikari is the protolanguage ancestor to all languages associated with magic in a series of comics and video games I'm definitely going to write one day. It has (will have) spawned at least 200 daughter languages, 30 of which I plan on fleshing out.

Its users know it as فايكاغي.

Faрkxuv: See Arkhuv

Faljuurodh: All Spiritual Faljuur spawn knowing a specific variety of Faljuurodh, and it's this dialect that continues to be propagated throughout the species.

Faniszūnibisiye Ququshre: See Non-Masculine Aniszunian Essebian

Faniszūnibisiye Qushre: See Masculine Aniszunian Essebian

Fasime: A language created to better communicate experiences affected by mental conditions such as BPD

Fauj: See Choch Gwurx

Fayn: Spoken mostly in the penisula of Fén ír in Sphaera, Fén Ghír is descended from the Galav language family. My first serious attempt at a conlang, it draws limited influence from Gaelic, English and French but with the aim of creating something wholly un

Its users know it as Fén Ghír.

Feayran: http://domhantir.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=races&action=display&thread=152#startcontent

Its users know it as Laaoshte Kimuiotuaianoi.

Felbahn: Began writing in 2012, now working on lexicon. Intended for use on a micro national scale.

Its users know it as Гēlbàn.

It has been known as Чoppēr Гēlbàn.

Femmish: Femmish|fjämsk|/fjɛmɕ/ is a North Germanic language, spoken by inhabitants of the island nation of Femland in the North Atlantic. It is a member of the Northern Germanic/Scandinavian family of languages.

Its users know it as Fjämsk.

It has been known as Fiammisk, Fjæmsk.

Fén Ghír: See Fayn

Fenedic: Western Hakessian dialect; official language of the Fenedian Empire, spoken in Southern Seligon in the late Bronze and early Iron Age

Its users know it as Venede.

FeNeKeRe: This is the language of the Dragon People, the ancient dieties of the Arts as depicted in the comic Harmless Free Radicals, by Fenmere, the Worm. In the story, it is the first language spoken on Earth, devised by Fenmere's brother, The Linguist.

Ferzhic: First Language of the remaining members of the Bloodlines of the Outer System. Anglo-Fherzhic Language, significant Malay and Arabic influences, minor influences from French and other continental European Languages.

Its users know it as Fv'zhe.

Feyglish: A planned queer Yiddish argot, based partly on tendencies in Hassidic Yiddish and partly on the author's knowledge of international auxiliary languages.

FIAL: hypothetical auxlang; "First" IAL; different approach from SIAL

Fiammisk: See Femmish

Fictish: A language spoken on the planet "Fictuya:" a large terrestrial planet that orbits the red hypergiant VY Canis Majoris.

Its users know it as Fictu.

Fictu: See Fictish

Fictu: See Neo-Fictish

Firtsusish: Created by the Wotec society to communicate discreetly. Later, it was leaked by rebels, to soon become a widely used language.

Its users know it as Firtsuzet.

Firtsuzet: See Firtsusish

Fгıxeɴısc: See Delniit

Fjæmsk: See Femmish

Fjämsk: See Femmish

Flloptsin: The language of the island nation of Sqpeni (anglicised Soreni) of an as of yet unnamed world.

Its users know it as Fłopśin.

Floles: See Xingish

Fłopśin: See Flloptsin

Fojan: See Dacayan

Fóŕinthak méñi: See Proto-Frinthan

Franglispan: An auxlang that joins features from French, Spanish and English.

Frater: An isolating auxlang published in Vietnam in 1957 which has an lexicon chiefly drawn from Greco-Latin roots but phonological and grammatical deference to East Asian languages.

Its users know it as Lingua Sistemfrater.

Frenkisch: A more naturalistic, somewhat more artistic outgrowth of the pan-Germanic Fokspraak project, and the most detailed and thorough "Folkspraak dialect" thus far.

Fv'zhe: See Ferzhic

g: See Vrkhazhian

G70200: A stack-based language created to make relays more fun.

Gadu Fav: Prestige language spoken in the Urheimat of the Lonian languages, the northeastern snow forest (Fav). Many other Lonian languages are spoken there. This language originates from the dialect of the city Kofkojd, which controls most of the Lonian Urheimat.

Its users know it as Gãdũ Fav.

Gãdũ Fav: See Gadu Fav

Gagish: See Onnasurin

Gaku: See Waku

Gammidge: Spoken by the goblyns of southern Britain. The lect of Gammidge detailed here is that of South-East England.

Its users know it as Lomdirab se Gamidg.

Gan Dostau: Gan Dostau (holy language) is the attested language closest to Ganur Lon, whose speakers considered it a dialect. It survives only in the hieroglyphic holy texts of the minority religion Bauplkik.

Ganur Lon: The prestige dialect of the common ancestor of all living Lonian languages, originally spoken in the northeast of a large continent in a world known to speakers as Tes Las. It was written on papyrus that is now lost.

Gavaro: An Esperanto slang/argot, and one of three Esperantidos or Esperanto sociolects created by Manuel Halvelik, along with Arcaicam Esperantom (old Esperanto) and Popido (patois).

Géarthnuns: Spoken on a Sardinia-sized island in the Sea of Japan near the mouth of the Tumen River. Population est. 5.5 - 6 million.

gẹaṣda: See yashde

gẹaṣda: See Ghasde

Gehui: Proto-Hathic

Gerchish: A group of Germans settling on the Spain side of the Spain/France border.

Geree thual: See Old Greedian

Geulish: Spoken by formerly Irish slaves taken back to Scandinavia during the Viking Golden Age.

Its users know it as Gheulge.

Geve: See Gevey

Gevey: The Gevey language is the largest language in the Balje group of languages (which in turn form a major division of the Vreski language family), spoken in the Lands of Taete, Tcantane and more widely across the eastern parts of the Ewlah continent.

Its users know it as Geve.

Ghasde: my latest and greatest conlang. thought i'd post it here to help me categorize it.

Its users know it as gẹaṣda.

Ghef Machern: See Classical Magorian

Gheulge: See Geulish

Ghudaz: Language spoken by the dwarves of the Lucent Mountains in the fantasy world of Dombellus.

Its users know it as Akhvnas.

gjâ-zym-byn: See gzb

Gjeyejz-sjayajz: An attempt from early 2016 at making an alien language where everything was a noun, inflected to express relations to a topic word.

Glosa: Glosa is an international auxiliary language (auxlang), that was developed by Lancelot Hogben (as Interglossa, GB, 1943), Ronald Clark and Wendy Ashby (GB, 1972-1992).

Gnusyak [Ghnushak]: This language is based on nothern languages.

Its users know it as The nothern language.

Gobish: The language spoken by the Gob, an indigenous species o the planet Rampa. There are many variations of the language.

Its users know it as Twegob.

Goblin: See Ba'eni

Gødelg: See Albic

Gokjak: Gokjak is spoken by the people of the trees. Many centuries ago, they built entire civilizations in the tops of trees, favoring agility and woodwork above all other skills.

gombazi: not a human language, and it's similar to bantu languages in our world.

Its users know it as gumbazi.

Gowayo: The language of the people of the plains. They are a calm race that keeps mostly to themselves, but is very wise.

Grayis: Grayis is a language originating with the spacefaring Grayis people, commissioned by Infinite Mind Pictures, Inc. for the board game Pilots of Gallaxia.

Grējutungišk, Grējutungiška Rasta, Grējuga Tunga: See Valthungian

Gripping: A language intended for covert use between two people holding hands.

Its users know it as 3o3o.

griuskant: Griuskant is a conlang for a fictional world.

Groh-if: Spoken by wolf-like creature that have recently (in the grand scheme of things) become intelligent. Their language is extremely basic in grammar, has a limited range in sounds, and relies heavily on tones.

Guezu: Gűzu is the language of the Zuá people of the northwestern coast of the continent of Ishja [Iszá in Gűzu].

Its users know it as Gűzu.

gumbazi: See gombazi

Gūrru Mutha: See

Gutic: See Valthungian

Gutiš: See Valthungian

Gutish: See Valthungian

Gutišk, Gutiška Rasta: See Valthungian

Gűzu: See Guezu

Gytc: See Valthungian

Gytish: See Valthungian

gzb: gjâ-zym-byn is a personal language, an engelangish artlang or artlangy engelang, which I use routinely and have attained a limited fluency in.

Its users know it as gjâ-zym-byn.

Ɣu: Personal language, conworldless.

Haceri: See Hacherian

Hacherian: Imagined to be spoken by descendants of humanity million years in the future

Its users know it as Haceri.

Hacklow: New conlang. Just done the phonology.

Its users know it as Ahakqau.

Hafojugat Pehapevum: See Hafojugat Pehapevum (Middle Western)

Hafojugat Pehapevum (Middle Western): Middle Western / Hafojugat Pehapevum is a language formerly spoken on the Western part of a certain continent in the world of Vacagia, and the ancestor of many languages currently spoken there.

Its users know it as Hafojugat Pehapevum.

HAI: possibly a relex for humans of an alien interlingua?

Haikyly: My first language. Kind of a test language, I guess- practice for something better.

Hakessian, Common Western: See Common Western Hakessian

Hakessian, Proto-: See Proto-Hakessian

Hallon: Paul V.S. Townsend is a very old conlang created by Paul V.S. Townsend, maybe some older conlangers still remember it.

Haneko: A rather divergent member of the Pakaran family, from the Outer Reaches.

Haotyetpi: A language I've created because I was getting burned out on Moten. It is spoken by the Mountain Folk, a minority people living in a country called Mengō.

Its users know it as Haotyétpi.

Haotyétpi: See Haotyetpi

Hara Gamiqot: See Westlandish

Hara Kamiqat: See Westlandish

Hara Kamiqot: See Westlandish

Haratqin: See Westlandish

Hayaxmi: A language I'm working on for a conworld in my friend's story. Currently undergoing MAJOR reconstruction.

Its users know it as hāyaxmi.

It has been known as (deleted), hāyaxmi [hɑːˈjɐt͡s.mi].

hāyaxmi: See Hayaxmi

hāyaxmi [hɑːˈjɐt͡s.mi]: See Hayaxmi

Headdesk: 45555 is inspired by a Skype conversation between Fenhl and some friends, which somehow derailed into people typing sentences consisting of random-letter/number words (supposedly by hitting their keyboards with their heads).

Its users know it as 45555.

Helläänysge: See Hellanan

Hellanan: A Germanic language closely related to Swedish. Has six case (nominative, accusative, prepositional, dative, genitive, and temporal) and four genders (faunal, floral, abstract, and dimunitive) not including plurals

Its users know it as Helläänysge.

Herarad: See PROTO_RELIGIO

Hercsex: A fauxlang of Hungarian and Korean in hopes of mutual understanding between the two languages. Majority of vocabulary and noun cases are depicted from the similarities of the two languages.

Its users know it as Hercsex önmal.

It has been known as Hercsexa, Hercsexabant önmal.

Hercsex önmal: See Hercsex

Hercsexa: See Hercsex

Hercsexabant önmal: See Hercsex

Hesperian: See

High Aribelian: Standard and prestige language of the Aribelian Kingdom and Republic, teaching language of the Academy of Berán

It has been known as Aribelian, High.

Himmaswa: Himmaswa is a language spoken in the central and Northwestern regions of the primarily agrarian nation of Swamperia, and is the standard language of the bureaucracy. The language itself received inspiration from Khmer, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese.

hirajna Kiitra: See Kiitra

Homranatyu: A fictional balkanized descendant of Manuel Halvelik's Arcaicam Esperantom. Disclaimer: Halvelik had nothing to do with the project and I have nothing to do with Arcaicam Esperantom.

Its users know it as Homrǎnatyu.

Homrǎnatyu: See Homranatyu

Htoleithe: This was the common language of the Firstborn before their vast empire fell after a Pyrrhic victory against a ruthless and powerful enemy.

Its users know it as Htoleiþe.

It has been known as Ancient Firstborn, Ladochei T'oleithe.

Htoleiþe: See Htoleithe

http://000024.org/conlang/UNLWS.png: See UNLWS

Hulca: See Hylsian

Hurga ker Maja: See Maja

Huttese (fanmade): The infamously grammarless "language" of Star Wars, designed on the loose basis of Quechua but without any coherent structure, until one fan implemented a method to the madness.

Hux Kham: a language for Sahar, the collaborative conworld of conworkshop

Its users know it as Hux Kham Tro.

Hux Kham Tro: See Hux Kham

Hy'Bae: Hy'bae, Maethbae, Metkabae or more commonly know in Agathr, Sah'karbae is the ancient language of the Dihis, creators of Nix and every single creature in the Galaxy. Maethbae is a really old language, used as a common language by almost everyone in Agathr.

It has been known as Shkrb, Metkabae, Maethbae.

Hylsian: Hylsian forms a continuum of languages across Africa. The prestige variety of Hylsian is called Prestige Hylsian which is spoken around the border regions of the Central African Republic, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Its users know it as Hulca.

Hymmnos: See Standard Hymmnos

Hymmnos: See Pastalie Hymmnos

Ianqaeni: Just a new lang for me to translate stuff with. Internal name means “the unrestrained language”.

Its users know it as Ma cueia ianqaeni.

χŋqʀʔÊ: See Popsiclian

ideolat (ideographic latin): ideolat is a philosophical/ideographic interpretation of capital letters of latin alphabet.

Idhunaic: A language spoken in the world of Idhún, created by the Spanish writer Laura Gallego. The language's been created out of the few words provided by the author.

Its users know it as Nimertu Idhunnos.

It has been known as Idhunayka.

Idhunayka: See Idhunaic

Idiom Neutral: The Volapük Academy desired reforms to make its language easier to learn and to read, but its creator was against them. The community split, and the Academy's reformed language became known as Idiom Neutral. Volapük was eventually reformed by Arie de Jong.

Ido: The most successful derivative of Esperanto, created in 1907 to improve perceived flaws. This derivative influenced Esperanto in turn, with some of its suffixes and vocabulary borrowed by Esperantists and later officialized.

It has been known as Linguo Internaciona Di La Delegitaro.

Ilcharotic: Ilcharotic is a Western Saphitic language spoken in the South West of the Myrathian peninsula, most notably in the city of Ilcharoch

Its users know it as Qiasêkaras.

Iliatarian (Lerewe Giri): Literary language of the Newessa Culture and later the Kingdom of Merdew (Mederu); related to but not intellegible with the Southern Iliatarian Languages

Its users know it as Lerewe Ğiri.

It has been known as Northern Iliatarian, Merdic.

Iliatarian (Sulutmuri & Ngwano): Dialects of the Iliatarian farmers, the Sulutmuri and the Ngwano, descendants of the Chalcolithic Nokimi Empire

Its users know it as Sulutmuri/Ngwano.

It has been known as Sulutmuri, Ngwano, Southern Iliatarian.

ilieskes kelja: See Islysian

ilieski: See Islysian

Iloyan: An indigenous a priori language from southern Thailand spoken by a people that has been living in isolation until a discovery by a Dutch Missionary and Japanese occupation in a world war. Today, it has been influenced by both English (tourism) and Thai.

Its users know it as Tsa Íruik Tauk.

It has been known as Ca Ìloeig Toug, ツアイルイケタウケ, จั อิรุยก เตาก.

Inan: The "Language of the Gods," was used for a conworld that I've decided to kill as it involved fantasy races and I feel I am in the wrong position to write in such detail about race. This might be re-purposed for something else.

Its users know it as Shangit'an ngeton Inan.

Infernal: Language spoken by the devils who inhabit the Inferno in the fantasy world of Dombellus. A tonal language in which the tones are realized as distinct musical pitches.

Its users know it as Âveqel.

Inote: Inote is spoken by the Inoten of the Neru-Unina in the eastern-southeastern part of Arakhyt. This survey is based on the variety of the language spoken in the city of Tekarat on the coast of the Endless Sea.

Insular Kett: One of the two main dialects of Kett, spoken on the island Harue. One notable subdialect is Cerrais Kett, which has redeveloped a tone system, presumably under the influence of Continental Kett, which preserves the two-tone system of the protolang.

Its users know it as Sérhes Kéttw.

Intal: An attempt to synthesize all major successful Euroclone auxlangs created up until the middle of the 20th century on a mildly schematic principle.

Interglossa: A proposal for an auxlang by Lancelot Hogben published in the UK in 1943. Unusual for its detailed focus on the language's syntax and it's rejection of inflectional morphology.

Interlingua: A romance-based international auxiliary language, claimed to be a "standard average european" language

Interlingua antic: See Interlingua Antic

Interlingua Antic: Inspired by the Arcaicam Esperantom of Manuel Halvelik, an attempt-in-progress to create an "Old Interlingua" in the vein of Old French and late Vulgar Latin.

Its users know it as Interlingua antic.

Interlingua Romanica: A version of the IALA's Interlingua with a more Romance-like grammar.

It has been known as Romanica.

Interlingue: See Interlingue (Occidental)

Interlingue (Occidental): An early project for a naturalistic international auxiliary language, once the second most popular after Esperanto. Declined in favor of the IALA's Interlingua.

Its users know it as Interlingue.

It has been known as Occidental.

Interslavic: Pan-Slavic language, intended to be understandable for Slavs of all nationalities. Initiated in the 17th century. The current form was established in 2006, based on Slovianski (Jan van Steenbergen) and Novoslověnsky (Vojtěch Merunka).

Its users know it as Medžuslovjansky, Меджусловјанскы.

It has been known as Slovianski, Vseslovjanski, Novosloviensky, Medžuslovjanski, Меджусловјански.

‘Iru Ni‘i: See 'Iru Ni'i

ís-Faárúth: See Qaelian

Isdsahawj: See Dahawj

ISFPNL: See

Isitya: The language of the Ehan

Islysian: A quasi-Finnic language. Part a posteriori, part a priori, all artlang.

Its users know it as ilieski.

It has been known as ilieskes kelja.

Isoldian: A hypothetical language derived from Classical Latin (not Vulgar Latin) which underwent not only simplification to an almost isolating language, but also went under a series of sound changes that adds palatal articulation to consonants.

Its users know it as Lingu Isolt.

Issooli: See Ensurti

Isuhuwum: Isuhuwum is divided into dialects, which differ e.g. in details of phonology. Furthermore, it lacks a standard form. I decided to describe the language from the perspective of the southeastern dialect, which lacks front rounded vowels but preserves /h/.

Jaaf: Possibly the lingua franca of a fantasy continent, designed with features I like because why not.

Its users know it as ʒiaov.

jajuna: See Jajuna

Jajuna: Jajuna means personal. As the name suggests, it is my personal language. As such, it combines the linguistic features I like most.

Its users know it as jajuna.

Jayus: Started out as a secret language between the three authors, has gone public since. Focus on ease of use over suboptimal Skype calls.

j·ð·tr·k·wh·r·j: See Trikuharric

jebɟʱesékʰ: See Ancient Caspian

Jedlug: See Cherun

Jel: The language spoken by the saxhleel – or Argonians – in the Elder Scrolls series. Specifically, the version constructed by WovenTales rather than that by lu_ming or any of the less complete sketches.

Jēmedyn: See Zheymi

Jerreneth: Magdun Jerreneth is the most widely spread dialect among the Jerren culture due to it being the dialect used by most royalty, "higher blood," and predominantly the northeastern region of Maloyak.

Jezzali: My personal language set in a conuniverse called the Nendhe. Serves as a lingua franca, since I'm not ambitious enough to come up with dialects or multiple languages. =)

Its users know it as Cesen.

Jhaa: A language isolate spoken in the Jhaa Republic, an island located at Nikitin Seamount in the Indian Ocean, southeast of the Maldives.

Its users know it as jhaamot.

jhaamot: See Jhaa

Jorivuzedox: See Jorivuzedox (Modern Southern)

Jorivuzedox (Modern Southern): Modern Southern / Jorivuzedox is a language spoken on the Southern part of a certain continent in the world of Vacagia.

Its users know it as Jorivuzedox.

It has been known as Southern.

Jot wugta ha: Jot wugta ha ("Our speech") is a conlang for conlanging's sake, although the creator cringes at the word "artlang."

Jovuso Roksops: See Jovuso Roksops (Old Southern)

Jovuso Roksops (Old Southern): Jovuso Roksops was the ancestor language of a few extant languages (e.g. Jorivuzedox and a lingua franca called "Continental") in the world of Vacagia. It was already old when the world's antiquity began.

Its users know it as Jovuso Roksops.

Jumban: This is a language spoken throughout Jumb-Ndo. It is a language isolate, genetically unrelated to any other language in the world.

Its users know it as run.

It has been known as Run.

Jurrayn or Jorayn: See Torain

Jutean: Started out as a language developed for a nation at nationstates.net/jute. The goal was (and is) to create a language that can be used and that for most purposes at least short texts can easily be translated to it. Inspired by Hawaiian and Southeast Asia.

Its users know it as tahivinet / tahivi a jute.

K'àbntee: See Kanteian

K'tle: not determined yet, but inspired by North and Meso American

Its users know it as K̈£ɛ.

Kàafesà: See Ngovasi

Kachan: Akachenti is the most commonly spoken dialect of the Kachan language, spoken by the Ogunn people. Most non-native speakers consider it Standard Kachan and all other varieties as other languages altogether.

Its users know it as Akachenti.

Kaidu: Started in August of 2012 to replace hard drive killed language, but has now grown to be larger than that lang and has a life of its own now.

Kalavi: Kalavi is a draconian language originating from the Russian Far East. Their language has since spread around the world. It is the native language of dragons.

Kali-Sise: An excercise in designing an auxlang with lexical roots chiefly derived from among y of the world's most prominent languages but phonologically restricted to fit into the most crosslinguistically inclusive inventory and phonotactics feasible.

Kamakawi: Kamakawi is an artistic language inspired by Polynesian languages like Hawaiian. It's my largest language, and has an elaborate orthography.

Kangir: Kangir is spoken by the Kaglú, a bipedal race which evolved from a bovid-like herd animal on the planet Kagan.

Its users know it as Kaŋgir.

Kanteian: Kanteian is a dialect of Sentalian. Most of the features are essentially the same. The phonology is the main difference and the only one I'm bothering with here.

Its users know it as K'àbntee.

Kaŋgir: See Kangir

Kāriātikā: See Caryatic

Kashithes: Spoken by a small cultural-linguistic group from a planet called Tek. They now live on a planet called the Patchwork World.

Kata: Language under construction, spoken by the people of the south.

Kavrinian: a language for Kavs, a kind of bird-like sentient beings, it is also spoken by humans. The language is initiated by Ultimate Ridley

Kaynuryos: Kaynuryos is the most widely spoken Kaynuric language.

Kayronic: My first constructed language, official & majority language of the nation of Narony in the Ionian Sea and by colonial extension on a large island off the East Coast of the US. Member of the Thonnic branch of Indo-European.

Its users know it as Kaýronig.

It has been known as Clone of Voksigid.

Kaýronig: See Kayronic

Kazujisha: A language spoken on some islands in Europe by approximately 4.5 million Kazujishans in our modern time. Almost completely isolating, SVO, nominative-accusative.

Kdjasom Hislei: See Konishien

Kedshi: Kedshi is a nominative-accusative, fusional (?), SOV, and mixed head initial/final language that uses a modified Cyrillic alphabet. It has lots of verb complexity, a construct case, a lack of diphthongs, vowel harmony, no grammatical gender, and more.

Its users know it as Екоряд.

Kehntra: See Keintra

Keihansoukaishi: Language used in the video games Ciel Nosurge and Ar Nosurge.

It has been known as 契絆想界詩, Emotional Song Pact.

Keintra: Kehntra was created by Peter Himin in 2010 for his constructed world and is spoken by the Aumonian people of Ginara.

Its users know it as Kehntra.

It has been known as Keintra, Koentar or Keintwr.

Keintra, Koentar or Keintwr: See Keintra

Kelenala: Kelenala is built from a fixed wordlist of 366 words. The claim is that from these 366 words, an entire, functional creole-like language can be created.

Kemba: The language of the metal age Kemba Empire on a parallel Earth called Tekuo. Kemba was a descendant of Proto-Dahu-Kemba and ancestor to the Kemba languages including Leheiko.

It has been known as Classical Leheitak.

Kesh: This is the conlanɡ featured in Ursula Le Guin's novel "Always Cominɡ Home".

Keylim: Keylim is spoken by the most ancient of people, those that evolved past man's current status long before man was using spears to catch food.

K̈£ɛ: See K'tle

Khan Khaftim: See Khan Nilau Khaftim

Khan Nilau Khaftim: The most archaic form of the Lonian language spoken by the Khaftim, who moved westward from the homeland of Ganur Lon after the empire of the Firstborn was destroyed.

Its users know it as Khan Khaftim.

Khaneč Khaftim: See Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim

Khanese: Language spoken by the "Khan" people.

Its users know it as Khantul, khanejtul.

Khangathyagon: Khangaþyagon was the original language of a fantasy world called Huna, (meaning "world") and originally didn't have a name. As other languages diverged from it, they lost their magical power, and so wizards preserved its use. The name means "magic language

Its users know it as Khangaþyagon.

Khangaþyagon: See Khangathyagon

Khantul, khanejtul: See Khanese

khengìjûl: See Khengjûl

Khengjûl: Spoken by the schizoids. Originated from Va'kkour

Its users know it as khengìjûl.

Khuzdul: The spoken language of the dwarfs in the middle-earth, many details are unknown.

Its users know it as Khuzdûl.

Khuzdûl: See Khuzdul

Kiitra: Kiitra is one of the six major indigenous languages of the planet Alplaa, and used throughout its solar system as a universal auxilliary language. It is featured in the novel "Lamikorda" (http://www.createspace.com/4759921 and in Amazon Kindle Store)

Its users know it as hirajna Kiitra.

Kïlda Kele: See Neo-Khitanese

Kiriyow: See Kiriyow (Creole)

Kiriyow (Creole): English-based creole

Its users know it as Kiriyow.

Kirronga: Language of the Binnan people, member of the Kirrongic family. Spoken by around 55 million people.

Its users know it as Kirroŋa.

Kirroŋa: See Kirronga

Kisimbi: In-Universe: spoken by the citizens of Usimbi, a large and highly developed nation on the Second Subcontinent on the planet Linnasia. Out-of-Universe: derived from Proto-Bantu.

Kisuna: Kisuna is a language with only 6 segmental phonemes (3 consonants and 3 vowels).

Klingon: The fictional language spoken by the Klingons, an alien warrior species in the Star Trek universe. The language was designed to be remarkably different from English.

Its users know it as tlhIngan Hol.

Knashta: Created to be the official language of the Republic of Corstekistan. Sounds Eastern European, but has a relatively simple grammar

Its users know it as Knašta.

Knašta: See Knashta

Kobardon: This language was designed to look like latin, while containing head-marking instead of case-marking

Kobold: Language spoken by the kobolds of K'urtulmark in the world of Dombellus.

Its users know it as Rasiluk'uk.

Kochärrön: See Polarian

Kofbergisch: See Kopfberger German

Kofuberge i Deitschi Gisun: See Kopfberger German

kolesch Speech: A con-High German dialect created by me. Although it's a high german dialect, the original speakers of this language are non-caucasian people called the Palo people. Informations below are based on the standard/formal variant

Its users know it as Die kolesche Sprach.

Kolla Muosan : See Muosan

Kolla Muosan Колла Муосан: See Muosan

Kolyma Ainu: Ainu language of mainland Siberia

Its users know it as Аню Идаӄхи.

Konishien: Konishien is the 'Language of the Earth'. It is spoken by those who still live in the wilderness and those who's ancestors lived there not too long ago.

Its users know it as Kdjasom Hislei.

Konlani: See

Kono Mai: Kono Mai is a pseudo-Polynesian language of the ConPlanet country Kono Mai.

Kopfberger German: a human language spoken in another world, it's a mixed language like Michif and Media Lengua, it's a mixture of a high german dialect and a jurchen-manchu dialect.

Its users know it as Kofbergisch.

It has been known as Kofuberge i Deitschi Gisun.

Kotane: See Kotanian

Kotanian: Kotanian is the lingua franca and official language of Kota, a country and subcontinent of the planet Ilya. It is spoken as second language by the 250 million, human-like inhabitants of Kota.

Its users know it as Kotane.

Kotava: A totally a prioristic auxlang, thus being equally difficult for all to learn.

Kratish: Kratish (Krato) is a romance-kratish based language, with a background of 6 years.

Its users know it as Krato.

Krato: See Kratish

Krig: A language created to experiment with dominant and submissive forms of speech, with some domain specific words for Bondage and other kinky activities.

Ksãdoryõn: See Ksaedric

Ksaedric: OSV word order SOV word order (interrogative sentences) 12 cases(nom,acc,gen,dat,ins,poss,priv,del,loc,ben,ine,sube) 2 genders(male,female) 3 moods(Indicative,Conditional,Imperative,Interrogative) Verbs conjugate for tense,gender,mood,person,number

Its users know it as Ksãdoryõn.

Kti: Spoken by the Ktarh peoples.

Kuy'u:n: See Kuyʔūn

Kuyʔūn: Kuyʔūn is a rather peripheral language of the Edastean family, spoken in the early 2nd millennium YP in the Xōron Eiel. It shows heavy influence by the local Habeo languages in phonology, grammar, and vocabulary.

It has been known as Kuy'u:n.

K‡xosánerubé: See Terpish

Kyuren: Kyuren (Natively Կշուրներեն Kşurneren) is an Iranian language of the West North-Central Branch spoken by Kurds in Armenia's Syunik Province. It is spoken by about 9,000 people in the province as well as by 6,000 people in Mianeh County, Iran. The language

Its users know it as Կշուրներեն.

L'starfish Klam: A language spoken by some starfish-shaped aliens, with features parallel and similar to English. Although it's a language spoken by a starfish-like being, it's human-pronouncable.

Its users know it as (L')starfish klam.

It has been known as Starfish.

Lā'ga: See Laga

Laadan: The language designed for maximum adequation with the feminine mindset.

Its users know it as Láadan.

Láadan: See Laadan

Laaoshte Kimuiotuaianoi: See Feayran

Ladintsch: See Talossan

Ladochei T'oleithe: See Htoleithe

Laga: Second language from Sementia, spoken in west of Brasar.

Its users know it as Lā'ga.

láhun lúna: See Old Lonmai luna

Lairats: The Ayans are one of the dominant powers in the world of Odhisi, and Lairäts ("Imperial Language") is their official language. It is very distantly related to Essebian.

Its users know it as Lairäts.

Lairäts: See Lairats

Lajik: This is one of the languages created by a user of the game NationStates.net. It is the language of a racial minority in Rejistania.

Its users know it as Lajikin.

Lajikin: See Lajik

Lamborghini: See Testarossa

Laozhea: Laozhea is an experimental "sandbox" language created purely for my personal amusement.

Łapahi: See Llapakhi

Larene-Baʔeniʔi: See Ba'eni

Laroitach: See Laroitian

Laroitian: Isolate spoken in the Italian Alps

Its users know it as Laroitach.

Lasha: See Tolvian

Latadid: This language was made for the vertical inventory challenge. It's not very completed.

Its users know it as Latádìd.

Latádìd: See Latadid

Latha: Designed to be simple and easy to learn, Latha has a simple grammar and a vocabulary built from about 100 roots. It was made to enrich my fantasy writing, and also as a work of art itself.

Laucariman: [lau̯kɛɾiə̯mɨ ɛbu]

Its users know it as laukerīmų ebu.

laukerīmų ebu: See Laucariman

Laytele: The language of the faeries, a five-gendered race of magical beings ruled by priests.

Lazēide: See Classical Arithide

Lci: This language started as a simple cypher of English six years ago, but has slowly evolved and progressed into a sizable language. Meant to incorporate sounds missing in English, grammars from many styles of language, and a luscious culture.

Its users know it as Lči.

Lči: See Lci

Lekh Dothraki: See Dothraki

Lemohai: The language of the land of Mohai, on a parallel Earth called Tekuo. Modern Lemohai emerged some 800 years ago, as a result of contact between the old imperial language, Classical Leheitak and the native Old Lemohai-Letsuri language.

Lemyra: See Lemyrian

Lemyrcku: See Lemyrian

Lemyrian: This is one of the dialect of Muosanese. Although Muosanese has many dialects, this dialect is almost different from the others. The differences can be seen from the words used and the used-endings by the speakers.

Its users know it as Lemyrcku.

It has been known as Lemyrskiy, Lemyrshkiye, Lemyra.

Lemyrshkiye: See Lemyrian

Lemyrskiy: See Lemyrian

Leopardish I: See Waku

Lerewe Ğiri: See Iliatarian (Lerewe Giri)

Levran: A language spoken by small bellic tribes.

Its users know it as Lévre nimértu.

Lévre nimértu: See Levran

Lhenazi: Artlang spoken by a stratified society where everyone has the potential for magic, but are at different "phases" of development. Noun classes mark for this "magicalness".

Lhueslue: This is a language where each phoneme has a semantic meaning. All words are therefore created by sticking together phonemes with specific meanings.

Liberalian: Liberalian serves as the constructed language of the Nationstates region and online community of the Liberalian Federation.

Its users know it as Liberalisk Langunel.

Liberalisk Langunel: See Liberalian

Lidepla: See Lingwa de Planeta

liɬ a'dam: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

Limerian: This is the language spoken by the Limerian people, who live on the northernmost continent of the world of Nicli.

Its users know it as Cun punt ne ves pal.

Lin'Ya: See Centaurian

Lindakzi: See Mindakri

Linge Denadoz: See Denaden

Lingu Isolt: See Isoldian

Lingua Franca Nova: A relatively analytic romlang and auxlang inspired by the Mediterranean Lingua Franca (Sabir). All tenses are formed with auxiliaries, though the nominal plural is formed with a suffix and there is also derivation. The language has an ISO 639-3 code, lfn.

It has been known as Elefen.

Lingua Sistemfrater: See Frater

Linguo Internaciona Di La Delegitaro: See Ido

Lingwa de Planeta: An auxlang begun in 2006 by a committee of language enthusiasts, later also including linguists such as Asja Vinogradova, and published in 2010, based on the world's most widely spoken languages.

It has been known as Lidepla.

Lingwádhikh Tranzydjá: See Tranzydja

Li̬o̬a 'e Gweû: See Lioa e Gweu

Lioa e Gweu: Li̬o̬a 'e Gweû is the language spoken by mermaids in the area near Tydotsu.

Its users know it as Li̬o̬a 'e Gweû.

LipTalk: A language developed by groups of banished "criminals"(petty thieves, gay men, the poor, etc.) of the religiously corrupted Empire, who had their teeth removed and tips of their tongues cut off. Based mainly for survival.

Its users know it as papa-bhi.

Līšša Nūgīnech: See Proto-Hakessian

Līšša Nūynech: See Common Western Hakessian

Literary Fire: Fire Nation, Royalty

Liturgical Olgish: See Middle Olgish

Liunan/LonmaiLuna: See Lonmai Luna

Lix 'adam: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

Lixaanu 'adam: See Lixaanu hal-'adami

Lixaanu hal-'adami: A conlang project inspired by Semitic languages, especially Arabic and Hebrew.

Its users know it as لشان هلادم.

It has been known as לש אדם, Lix 'adam, liɬ a'dam, لش ادم, Lixaanu 'adam, لشان ادم.

Llapakhi: Possibly spoken on some fictional island off the west coast of Canada.

Its users know it as Łapahi.

Llapoyan: another language in lepria

Its users know it as Mollapoya .

Lodeen: A priori conlang, conceived as an attempt to design a rather simple and easy language.

Its users know it as Lodin.

Lodin: See Lodeen

loglan: See Loglan

Loglan: Brainchild of the late Dr. Brown. First intended to test the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. Ancestor of Lojban.

Its users know it as loglan.

Lohsee: Lohsee is an agglutinative language composed entirely of adjectives. It is intended to be mostly experientially descriptive but can also be used for concrete nouns and specific types of actions and concepts.

Its users know it as lose.

Lomdirab se Gamidg: See Gammidge

Longrimol: A language spoken by the Elves of the Second Clan.

Lonmai Luna: a language used in the Earth of another world. Information here is about the standard variant.

Its users know it as Liunan/LonmaiLuna.

Lortho: Lortho is an a priori agglutinating language spoken on the continent of Lamona of the circumbinary planet Dhamashi.

Its users know it as 'loɾ.tʰo.

It has been known as loɾtʰo.

loɾtʰo: See Lortho

lose: See Lohsee

Lup (Simplified): Lup is a cryptolect of predominately European origin.

Lwaitel: Lwaitel is a conlang used in the country Lwait, which was settled by a group of artists looking for a more scenic place. Art, particularly visual art, is important to them. The language is a conlang in-universe.

Ma cueia ianqaeni: See Ianqaeni

Madekankomi: An isolate language spoken on an island east of New Zealand and south of French Polynesia.

Its users know it as madekaŋkoumi intiã.

madekaŋkoumi intiã: See Madekankomi

Maethbae: See Hy'Bae

Maja: Maja is the language of the Maja Empire, c. viru 10,000 of the Empire.

Its users know it as Hurga ker Maja.

Maksinaunminverbe: A conlang designed with a high degree of noun inflection but no verbal inflection just to explore what implications such unusual morphological disparity would have on a language. Spoken by a quasi-European fantasy culture.

Mala: Means "mother tongue"

Malabas: spoken as lingua franca in a little archipelago in Atlantic Ocean. In ancient times it was a widely spoken language in the region, but since English colonisation it's been only a decreasing minority.

Its users know it as Malabás.

Malabás: See Malabas

Maltcegj: An a priori language with lots of fun laterals and puns and very little morphology.

Its users know it as Maltcégj.

Maltcégj: See Maltcegj

Mamambam: A very pleasent sounding language ... at least to my ears.

It has been known as The Beloved Language.

Mambehoblind: See Tallfellow

Manchu: A natlang, moribund as an L1 but with enormous volumes of written material produced by and for the Hou Jin & Qing dynasties. This entry covers the literary language.

Its users know it as Manju gisun.

Mandalorian: Mandalorian/Mando'a is a language spoken by the Mandalorians in the Star Wars universe. there are at least 1184 words. Informations given below may contain speculations.

Manich: See Ruzian

Manju gisun: See Manchu

Manspikin: An English-influenced Germanic conlang.

Marag: This is the primary language of the Marag region of the Frintha.

Its users know it as Margemennye.

Margemennye: See Marag

Marijo: Marijo is one of my two a posteriori PIE-derived conlangs. It was conceived and born in 2005 and now has a sizeable lexicon of 2,300 words. It forms a distinct branch of IE.

Its users know it as Dengurse Marijo.

Masculine Aniszunian Essebian: The Essebians are one of the dominant powers of the world of Odhisi, and Aniszunian is their prestige dialect. Masculine Aniszunian is spoken principally by men and other masculine-gender people.

Its users know it as Faniszūnibisiye Qushre.

Massalian: Language descended from Latin, spoken by superhuman exiles from Ètiene, the land around Marseille, the capital. Influenced by the surrounding languages, and located in a pivotal area, there is much stratification and fusion in the language.

Its users know it as Messance.

It has been known as Cimance, Massey.

Massey: See Massalian

Matanin: Descended from Proto-Indo-European

Mavakhalan: The Khalan language, or Mavakhalan, is an Edastean, Dāiadak language spoken in the city-state of Khalan in the 9th century Y.P. The most defining phonological characteristic of Mavakhalan was a systematic ±palatal contrast in the consonantal system.

Its users know it as mavaxalan.

mavaxalan: See Mavakhalan

Medžuslovjanski, Меджусловјански: See Interslavic

Medžuslovjansky, Меджусловјанскы: See Interslavic

Mekavant: Esperanto leaning into its Diaspora Jewishness. Essentially a relexification of EO with Hebrew words in Ashkenazi pronunciation, with few grammatical changes.

Its users know it as מקוואנט.

It has been known as Mekavanto, מקוואנטו.

Mekavanto: See Mekavant

Mekoshan: Descendant of American English.

Its users know it as Mheexoŝ.

mekxetxe: Made for the Padran system

Mêlázêla: See Celestial

Menxháo: Menxháo it's an indoeuropean language with accents in each word which has more than one syllable for knowing the tonique one. It has not cases and the verbs are conjugated acording to the subject. The structure (except questions) is flexyble. Agglutinative

It has been known as Protogermanhól.

Merdic: See Iliatarian (Lerewe Giri)

merechi: Personal language!

Its users know it as merɛ́chi.

It has been known as mërèchi.

mërèchi: See merechi

merɛ́chi: See merechi

Mesak: Alt-Earth language spoken in some mountainous region analogous to the alps by iron age farmers crossing a harsh mountain pass due to overpopulation and finding a new valley.

Meşät: See Mezhat

Messance: See Massalian

Metkabae: See Hy'Bae

Mezhat:

Its users know it as Meşät.

Mfintidafha: See Dwendish

mɢʷzʷːxː: See Oligo

Mheexoŝ: See Mekoshan

Middle Olgish: My first conlang; fourth stage of the Olgish language, sacred language of Olgish religion and first official language of the Lécaronian Empire; used as a secular language long after extinction

Its users know it as Olgenam.

It has been known as Liturgical Olgish, Church Olgish, Fádin's Olgish, Olgish, Middle.

Mik̃ana: See Mikiana

Mikiana: Mikiana was spoken by the people of Mika, a small isolated nation at the northern tip of modern-day Germany. Mika was destroyed during the Franco-Prussian War, but twelve families left for the U.S. and founded a small city in California called Mika City.

Its users know it as Mik̃ana.

Mīkošetom: See Mikoshi

Mikoshi: Language of the Mikoshi Culture and later the Mikoshi Empire; displaced by the Iilish creol as major language of the Iilimmurh by the mid-bronze age.

Its users know it as Mīkošetom.

mila: See Mila

Mila: Mila is a language set within an alien colony. On the home planet it was designed as a regular auxiliary language, but has been used within the colony for about 150 years and has developed a few irregularities and has undergone some sound changes.

Its users know it as mila.

Mindakri: Spoken on Telku, an island in the North Atlantic by a relict hominin species.

It has been known as Tinaqa Tilkudziy, Tinaxva Tilkub, Tinahva Tilkup, Tinavha Tilkup, Tinavka Tilkup, Tinapa Tilkup, Napat Patilku, Naqat Qatilku, Tyakva Slintelku, Nakfati Adelgu, Standard Equatorial Minervan, Thurselandic, Thurslandic, Lindakzi, Mindakzi.

Mindakzi: See Mindakri

Minhast: Minhast (Minhast min kirim, lit. "Minhast-speak") is the spoken language of the Republic of Minhay, with a robust speech community of nearly 26 million people. It is divided into two major dialects, Upper Minhast and Lower Minhast, each of which is divide

Minigkaksi: See Thulean

Minimal Phonology Conlang (Provisional Name): See MPCL(PN)

Mira: A language isolate, spoken in the northern mountains of the Drunworld.

Mirexu: A sideways sister-language of merɛ́chi, or a reimagining of it with more rigorous and interesting grammar

mîrkšam: See Mîrkšam

Mîrkšam: Mîrkšam is an art-language made as a creative endeavour. It is intended to be a human one (following universals) but an isolate, i.e. possible but not probable. It has now taken its place as a language of ancient Zirgul, whence further tongues may derive.

Its users know it as mîrkšam.

It has been known as myrkçam, mürkcham, Myrkçam.

Missa: A code that somehow found itself to be a usable language.

It has been known as Mixza.

Mithara: Mithara is the last surviving member of the Siveran languages.

Miwonša: See Miwonsha

Miwonsha: Miwonša is an a priori artlang created in 2011 and 2012 by Plusquamperfekt.

Its users know it as Miwonša.

Mixza: See Missa

Modern Arithide: This describes the standard speech of Arithia in its capital, Lazea.

Its users know it as Arithīde.

Modern low Ponuhi: Spoken by people on an island in the south

Its users know it as Ponuhi.

Modern Prsänëan Language: See Prsänëan

Modified Basic E-Prime: A modified form of E-prime, relexed with a modified Basic English vocabulary. Employs a system of spelling reform. (Also, lacks taboo (cuss) words, slang, and the more egregiously illogical idioms, which makes it pleasant for my personal use.)

Its users know it as epsilan-tou.

Mollapoya : See Llapoyan

Mondlango: A language created by He Yafu in 2002, combining Esperanto and English and eliminating gender asymmetry.

It has been known as Ulango.

Môrenh: See Morlandian

Morlandian: Morlandian (ar môrenh) is a Celtic language spoken by the inhabitants of Morland (ar Eniz ar Mhôr), an island south of Ireland and west of Brittany.

Its users know it as Môrenh.

Moten: The language of a unique speaker, a foundling suffering from amnesia, with no recollection of anything before he was found, except the language he spoke at the time.

Its users know it as motenku|lu.

motenku|lu: See Moten

MPCL(PN): I wondered how much a small phoneme inventory could be stretched.

Its users know it as Minimal Phonology Conlang (Provisional Name).

Mqinilafha: See Dwendish

Muosan: This is the latest version of Muosa documented. It is still on going for further development.

Its users know it as Kolla Muosan .

It has been known as Kolla Muosan Колла Муосан.

Muosanese: This language has been made since early of 2011. It's naturally agglutinative and its grammar built by change word's endings.

Its users know it as Muosyn Kolla, Sheikhyn Kolla, Muosa, Sheikha.

It has been known as Muosyn Kolla.

Muosyn Kolla: See Muosanese

Muosyn Kolla, Sheikhyn Kolla, Muosa, Sheikha: See Muosanese

mürkcham: See Mîrkšam

Mvinilafha: See Dwendish

Mvintidafha: See Dwendish

myrkçam: See Mîrkšam

Myrkçam: See Mîrkšam

Na'vi: The Na'vi are the tall, slender, blue-skinned humanoids in the movie Avatar. And this is their language.

Naeso: The Naeso project is the result of ##conlang'ers wanting to make a collaborative conlang (a colllang). The original goal of the project was to create a language that is designed for the internet, specifically IRC, and teach it to ##conlang'ers.

Naflis Dhūṭpal: See Ernalan

Nahaĥontl: See Nahakhontl

Nahakhontl: Nahakhontl is the language of the Kingdom of Shorrag, the only state on its home continent, situated on the savannah of the eastern peninsula.

Its users know it as Nahaĥontl.

Naĥe: See Proto Tændean

Nahvatti Telkun: See Avalonian

Naisek: Naisek is a previously unknown European language.

Nakfati Adelgu: See Mindakri

Ñaldar, Dalatha Ñaldar: See Old Northern

Naniuk: See Begonian

Napasei: An asian-style conlang.

Its users know it as Nâpâsei.

Nâpâsei: See Napasei

Napat Patilku: See Mindakri

Naqat Qatilku: See Mindakri

Naqha u Ncámicg: See Dwendish

Narish: Spoken since pre-IE times on the island of Nareland, an autonomous region of Denmark.

Its users know it as (e)7a7a-FaM.

Nashonala Simphonoi: See National Simphonian

National Simphonian: Official language of Stellean Republic of Simphonia, an auxlang

Its users know it as Nashonala Simphonoi.

Native Elmoric: See Elmoric

Nattoretan: This is a fantasy language that was used for a conworld that I've decided to kill as it involved fantasy races and I feel I am in the wrong position to write in such detail about race. This may be re-purposed for something else.

Its users know it as Qesemla qa Mögre.

It has been known as Tagesemla.

Nauspayr: Language of small peripatetic tribal communities in alternative timeline. Peoples discovered in last 250 years by space-faring empire, subsequently oppressed and later liberated. Environment somewhat akin to mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan. Animism religion.

Its users know it as Nỳspèkè.

nayraki: See Nayraki

Nayraki: Language spoken by one of the peoples of the novel I'm working on (although lately I seem to do more conlanging than writing).

Its users know it as nayraki.

Ndok Aiso: See Ndok Aisô

Ndok Aisô: Ndok Aisô is an Edastean language spoken by the Ndok people of Lasomo.

It has been known as Ndok Aiso.

Necarasso Cryssesa: See Ngaraxth Crixth v7

Necarasso Cryssesa: The name "Necarasso Cryssesa" literally means "forest language". It is spoken by people in the central (forested?) part of the Anaras.

It has been known as Cressja.

Nefer Jed: A philosophical language inspired by Toki Pona and E-prime. Goal is to explore minimalism, teleology, anti-euphemism. Lexifier language is Middle Egyptian.

Its users know it as nfr Dd.

Neo-Fictish: A language spoken on the planet "Fictuya" after it was annexed by the Pyrrhiti. Fictuya is a large terrestrial planet that orbits the red hypergiant VY Canis Majoris.

Its users know it as Fictu.

Neo-Khitanese: A bogolang, based on Tungusic languages with strong Mongolic and Paleosiberian influence. Alt-historically, preserved by refugees from the fall of the Liao dynasty who fled north (to Kamchatka), rather than west (as with the Kara-Khitan dynasty).

Its users know it as Kïlda Kele.

Neoglyphi: A combination of a dream involving some unknown language and a curiosity of how words came to be and how they evolved inspired me to create this glyphic language based on English.

Neoquux: Exolang. Weird. Will break minds.

Netagin: The Netagin language (Netagin: בְּרִיץ אֲ֬תָגִין brítz nˀAthághín /bʁitɬ naθɒˈʝin/) is a language isolate autochthonous to Cyprus and spoken in Cyprus plus its Middle Eastern environs, including the Holy Land.

Its users know it as brítz nˀAthághín.

Neunordien: See Nordienisk

Nevashi: Teliya Nevashi is a language spoken on an island called Nevash on a planet called Ianea. It has a variant form for general use on Earth (Ashea) also.

Its users know it as Teliya Nevashi.

Nevotak: a non-human language, the official language of the Nevotak Empire. Messages from the author: There are more than 900 words now, although some are synonyms, homonyms and polysemys.

New Testament of Pastalie: See Pastalie Hymmnos

nfr Dd: See Nefer Jed

Ngaraxth Crixth v7: Successor language to Necarasso Cryssesa. The official external name is ŋarâþ crîþ v7, but I don't know how many people can type that. (I certainly can with my compose key.)

Its users know it as ŋarâþ crîþ.

It has been known as Necarasso Cryssesa.

Ngovasi: (names from Q-SVO, not an IAL)

Its users know it as Kàafesà.

Ngwano: See Iliatarian (Sulutmuri & Ngwano)

Ni Afrihili Oluga: See Afrihili

ni ɜbisɜ̄di dɜ ɜtɜmī: See Ebisedian

Nicho: Northwest Caucasian language descended from Ubykh. Spoken in [hypothetical] territory in eastern Krasnodar Kraj.

Its users know it as ნეჭო.

Nihongetsu Shotoku: See Simpified japanese

Nimertu Idhunnos: See Idhunaic

Nomai Õtari: See Dahu

Nomai Õtari ( = Õtari words) : See Dahu

Nomikan: A personal language I am working on. I'll add more information later.

Its users know it as ქoɰıxı.

It has been known as nomiki.

nomiki: See Nomikan

Non-Masculine Aniszunian Essebian: The Essebians are one of the dominant powers of the world of Odhisi, and Aniszunian is their prestige dialect. Non-Masculine Aniszunian is spoken principally by non-masculine-gender people.

Its users know it as Faniszūnibisiye Ququshre.

none yet: See Vitruvian

Nonlen: A chiefly oligosynthetic language consisting of 210 monosyllabic roots chiefly derived from Romance, Germanic and Mandarin.

Nordienisk: An updated version of Aaron Chapman's language Nordien, created by Paul Lecorde.

It has been known as Neunordien.

Nórechach: See Austrian Celtic

Northeadish: An a posteriori Germanic language with a bit of a mediaeval feel to it.

Its users know it as Druðþþᵫ̄ðesc.

It has been known as Nurðisca, Tsœxisca, Þýdesc.

Northern Iliatarian: See Iliatarian (Lerewe Giri)

Novial: An international auxiliary language designed by Danish linguist Otto Jespersen, based on shortcomings he saw in Esperanto, Ido, and other IALs. Died out after his death, but saw a revival of interest in the 90s.

Novosloviensky: See Interslavic

Novoslovnica: Version of panslavic language, that determines three main principles - purism, logical structure and wealth.

Its users know it as Новословница.

Ntunalafha: See Dwendish

Nuim: Nuim is spoken by the Nat, a frog-like, amphibious people who dwell in the rainforest amongst the rivers.

Nummiinmaak: Lonian language of Miinmaak, an island to the northeast of where the Lonian languages originated. Nummiinmaak is the ancestor of a number of insular languages.

Nurðisca: See Northeadish

Nyan Myat: A joke with the author's partner, taken too far. The name means "cat language."

Nylaf: A language spoken by a nomadic highland group in a fictional world.

Its users know it as Nylaf Kykorta.

It has been known as Nylaf Ky'Kor'ta.

Nylaf Ky'Kor'ta: See Nylaf

Nylaf Kykorta: See Nylaf

Nỳspèkè: See Nauspayr

ŋarâþ crîþ: See Ngaraxth Crixth v7

Ŋīhīn mī-Pāzak: See Pazan

Occidental: See Interlingue (Occidental)

Oklane: Spoken in Öklan a nation of the Korõ species on the planet Tekuo. Öklan is located due north of Mohai across the sea. It briefly ruled much of NW Aheku in the early modern era, so Öklane left its mark on local languages.

Its users know it as Öklane.

Öklane: See Oklane

ol alahith: See Alahithian

ol-Yuraalmuhul: See Yuraalian

Old Greedian: The old liturgic language spoken on the planet Greeedia.

Its users know it as Geree thual.

Old Lemohai-Letsuri: See Dahu

Old Lonmai luna: Old Lonmai luna is said to be the ancestor language of Lonmai luna "dialects"(differences between Lonmai luna "dialects" are so large that they are in fact different languages).

Its users know it as láhun lúna.

Old Nevotak: the older form of Nevotak, much more inflective than Nevotak

Old Northern: Old Northern, which in Old Northern is called Ñaldar, is the official language and common spoken language of the Northern Empire, in the world of Álim across the Eastern Sea from Torulmir, the land in which Ulmiric is spoken. It is the proto-language of th

Its users know it as Ñaldar, Dalatha Ñaldar.

Old Olgish: Umbrella term for the dialects of the eastern (Cëlacian) Olgs with Ortûlékian Koine as standard idiom, can be distinguished from Early Old Olgish; spoken in all Olgish kingdoms and as prestige language in most Olgish colonies

Its users know it as Olgenam.

It has been known as Olgish, Old.

Old Soskish: Vernacular and later main literary language of the Sosks; wide-spread ligua franca, especially in the Olgish colonies

Its users know it as Sosc.

It has been known as Soskish, Old.

Old Velosti: Western Hakessian Dialect; vernacular of Arvelos, high-prestige merchant lingua franca in the late Bronze Age and into Olgish occupation

Its users know it as Velošti.

It has been known as Velosti, Old.

Old Zarcosian: The language spoken in the Zarcos Empire before the period of openness that allowed Salenzianization to happen.

Olgenam: See Old Olgish

Olgenam: See Middle Olgish

Olgish, Middle: See Middle Olgish

Olgish, Old: See Old Olgish

Olgittic: A West-Slavic language with a major influence of French and German. It's grammar is mainly analytical.

Its users know it as olgittine.

olgittine: See Olgittic

Oligo: An experimental oligosynthetic language inspired by Toki Pona, Ubykh and Miyako. Each root is a single consonant.

Its users know it as mɢʷzʷːxː.

Olpea: See Alpic

omino: See Omino

Omino: An attempted aux. intl. language. Meanings and derivatives are intuitive, relying on phonosemantics. Simplifies whenever possible. Etymology and grammar are formulaic and consistent. Nation and culture agnostic sounds and meanings. Concise. Precise.

Its users know it as omino.

Omlűt: See Omluuet

Omluuet: Omlűt is my hatelang, based on features I really don't like.

Its users know it as Omlűt.

Omnizzabon: Parody IAL. Most butchering of natural languages' vocabulary and grammar is intentional.

Onnasurin: Somewhat agglutinative, capable of forming very large nominal compounds. Spoken by a race of humanoids on a fantasy world very similar to earth.

It has been known as Gagish, Classical Gagish.

Ontari: See Dahu

Oopian: This is a language just for fun, so we can talk without anyone else knowing what we are saying!

Чoppēr Гēlbàn: See Felbahn

Opus: A priori conlang made as part of a conworld project.

Its users know it as Ssamaf.

It has been known as Ⳃⳃⲁⲙⲁⳡ.

orin: See Orin

Orin: the common world language, originating from Orinthiath

It has been known as orin.

Osklisk: Official language of an interstellar nation. Formed from the amalgamation of Northern and Western European languages, primarily Scandinavian (the language originated in Oslo) over thousands of years.

Its users know it as Ösklisk.

Ösklisk: See Osklisk

Österreichisch: See Austrian Celtic

Õtari: See Dahu

Õtari : See Dahu

Oter Tov Svik: Oter Tov Svik means "Very Good Language", "Great Language" or (least fittingly) "Better Language". It's inspired by Toki Pona, Lojban and a host of natural languages.

Ǫu Din Len: See Annese

Ouxu: Ouxu emphasizes subtext. There are many different ways to express the same thought, and each way suggests different inferences. The grammar book offers sixteen natural ways to say "the ink is blue", each with a slightly different meaning.

ქoɰıxı: See Nomikan

Ox-yew: An isolate spoken in a mountainous wooded area somewhere, perhaps central Asia.

Its users know it as Adzaay.

It has been known as Adɮāʎ.

P'aa: The pinnacle of my linguistic efforts.

P'añó: See Phanyo

Paagnnyaglŝ: A descendant of North Central American English.

Its users know it as American English AD3000.

Pabapa: See Pabappa

Pabappa: I created Pabappa in 2004 as a language that imitates baby talk. I have largely moved on to the better-made Poswa, but Pabappa is more accessible and I am still maintaining it.

Its users know it as Pabapa.

pal'uqpar: See bal'ukbar

Palawa Kani: A language-rivival project of Tasmanian languages which are all extinct.

Palethian: This language was begun in the fall of 2012. It has been diachronically created from a protolanguage and is an exercise in irregularity and realistic depth through sound change and imagined language contact. Phonological data is for phonemic Palethian.

Its users know it as Rotua Paleto.

Paluhah: Paluhah is the 'sounds of waves' and is spoken by those beneath the ocean's surface. These people are predominantly healers and spend a great deal of their lives working in pods to help their environment.

papa-bhi: See LipTalk

Parian: Mikoshi dialect spoken on the Island of Paror

Pasi: The most extreme of three simplifications of Esperanto.

Pastalie Hymmnos: A language in the video game series Ar Tonelico. Introduced in Ar Tonelico 2, variant of Standard Hymmnos.

Its users know it as Hymmnos.

It has been known as New Testament of Pastalie.

patakasama: See Patakasama

Patakasama: minimalistic language, easy to pronounce

Its users know it as patakasama.

Patuximis: Patuxímis is a conlang I began in 2016 as an experiment in creating a versatile language useful for poetry. The same thought can be expressed in one word or multiple words, in virtually any order. I haven't written any actual poetry in it yet.

Its users know it as Patuxímis.

Patuxímis: See Patuximis

Pavupa: See Poswa

Pazan: Pazan is the every-day spoken language of the people of Paza, the ancient civilization that spans the southern continent of Nicli. It is descended from Zaman, which is still used for liturgical purposes.

Its users know it as Ŋīhīn mī-Pāzak.

Peace: In Esperanto, not all affixes are affixes. For example, "ilo" means tool, but some roots have "ilo" at the end of them, and it isn't an affix in that case. In Deth, every root has one consonant, one vowel, one consonant. So they affix perfectly, always.

Its users know it as Deth.

Pejlanrau Khaneč Khaftim: See Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim

Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim: The classical language spoken by the Khaftim at the time of their great expansion and domination of competing empires across many of the old trade routes and cities formerly inhabited or administered by the Firstborn.

Its users know it as Khaneč Khaftim.

It has been known as Pejlanrau Khaneč Khaftim.

Persänëtagarë: See Prsänëan

Phanyo: Re-do of a previous diachronic Spanish project, ostenibly based on Spanish near the Texas-Mexico border.

Its users know it as P'añó.

It has been known as Spanyo, Spañó.

Pictish: See Dwendish

Pilovese: Pilovese is a western Romance language spoken in the Pyrenees.

PIS (abbreviation): See Proto-Tampoluric

Platapapan: People's Republic of Platapapan, founded at a small raised island in the Southeast Pacific, by a dozen thousand dolls brought to life by a powerful mage from somewhere in the Yucatan Peninsula. Although it has some loanwords from Yucatec Maya and Spanis

Plitchik: A conlang structured around the color spectrum and the emotion spectrum

Plitnakya: isolate spoken in Scotland.

Poeplish: Pøplish is language spoken by a poor tribe which is ruled by a despotic queen. There is a myth that the language was ordered by the queen and designed by the ancient ministry of language. The Pøplish people are very polite in a strange way.

Its users know it as Pøplish.

It has been known as Pøplish or the language of the people with the expressive name.

Polarian: Work in progress. Spoken on the planet of Polaris Four/Republic of Polaris in the setting of my as-of-yet unpublished sci-fi novel.

Its users know it as Kochärrön.

Ponkola Lingwash: After Esperanto achieved victory when a company founded by Esperantists convinced the world to take up the language, it evolved into dialects that became heavily persecuted in favor of the standard language. One such dialect was Ponkola Lingwash.

Ponuhi: See Modern low Ponuhi

Popido: A patois of Esperanto, and one of three Esperantidos or Esperanto sociolects created by Manuel Halvelik, along with Arcaicam Esperantom (old Esperanto) and Gavaro (slang).

Pøplish: See Poeplish

Pøplish or the language of the people with the expressive name: See Poeplish

Popsiclian: This is the language only the old ones speak. I.E. Popsicle pete.

Its users know it as χŋqʀʔÊ.

Poswa: A serious conlang hiding behind a very silly phonology. This could well be the language that babies all around the world speak, its grammar so impenetrably complex that we adults can only listen and wonder.

Its users know it as Wupupa.

It has been known as Pavupa, Cherry Blossom.

Proto Tændean: Fictional proto language of the Tændean consonant.

Its users know it as Naĥe.

PROTO_RELIGIO: Who knows

It has been known as Herarad.

Proto-Angelic: The celestially-derived proto-angelic language progenitor to the Tongue of Annunciation and Khaz'gdol infernal tongues. Part of the cosmology/cosmogeny of the world set in the novel The Emergent Discord.

Its users know it as ʾÅa̩e̯n Gohuȋlim.

It has been known as Aaen Gohuilim.

Proto-Atjen: Extinct mother language of Atjen Languages

Its users know it as Atje.

Proto-Besokian: Partly-attested ancestor of all Besokian languages, spoken by an early agricultural society at Nishûnâc

It has been known as Besokian, Proto-.

Proto-Dahu-Kemba: See Proto-Maritime

Proto-Disu: The common ancestor of one of the major families of Lazauda, a region in the north of the Plains of Plija.

Proto-Frinthan: This is the oldest reconstructible form of the language spoken in the Frintha region, that eventually descended into numerous other languages.

Its users know it as Fóŕinthak méñi.

It has been known as Proto-Mushroomese.

Proto-Gramurn: Proto-Gramurn is the base of a language family designed to be spoken by wolves, and uses several phonetic properties difficult or impossible for a human to perfectly duplicate. Originates on the world of Atrusius.

Proto-Guurru: See

Proto-Hakessian: Reconstructed common ancestor of the Hakessian Languages, presumably spoken in western Seligon during the Bronze Age

Its users know it as Līšša Nūgīnech.

It has been known as Hakessian, Proto-.

Proto-Islands: See Proto-Tampoluric

Proto-Ksqrian: A proto-language from the Yadrun Banks region, on the continent of Zunqu. It was spoken by Gali people and is regarded as the common ancestor of the Ksqrian languages.

Proto-Maritime: Ancestor of the Maritime language family on the planet Tekuo. Spoken during the Metal Age. It has five contemporary descendants including Lemohai

It has been known as Proto-Dahu-Kemba.

Proto-Mushroomese: See Proto-Frinthan

Proto-Qephex: Proto-Qephex is the proto language of the Qephex-Gwebhe language family.

It has been known as qepʰex, thasdhephx, tʰasdʰepʰx.

Proto-Seligonian: Reconstructed common ancestor of the Seligonian (Armundic, Hakessian, Hyattian, and Ruldôrian) Languages, presumably spoken in the Armundic Valley in the early Bronze Age

It has been known as Seligonian, Proto-.

Proto-Tampoluric: "Reconstructed" (i.e. pre-literate) ancestor of Hayaxmi, another conlang-in-progress.

Its users know it as *təmplurul.

It has been known as PIS (abbreviation), tm̩pówlr̩ (lit. "Island tongue"), Proto-Islands.

Proto-Toroq: Language of Earth-like world.

Its users know it as Toroq.

Protogermanhól: See Menxháo

Prsänëan: The Prsänëan language (Prsänëan: Løgvëj Persänëtagarë) is a constructed micronational language created and used as an official language by the Grand Duchy of Prsänëa, a micronation.

Its users know it as Persänëtagarë.

It has been known as Modern Prsänëan Language.

Pugoko: An a posteriori language

Its users know it as Pugozoko.

It has been known as Pugozem.

Pugozem: See Pugoko

Pugozoko: See Pugoko

Pupupulandish: The language of Pupupu land, which is a main stage of Hoshi no Kirby series. It is a fanlanguage, not an official creation.

Pyratela: Pyratela was the language spoken on the island of Cenemania before the Roman invasion. It is not related to any other language.

Q.T. Lingua Franca: The Lingua Franca of Quer, a kind of non-human sentient being living on Rubaim, the largest moon of Zdon.

Its users know it as Querlong.

It has been known as Querlong language.

Qaelian: Lingua franca of the technologically sophisticated continent of Qaelia in the conworld of Dombellus, and perhaps the most widely spoken language in all the Mortal Realm.

Its users know it as ís-Faárúth.

Qeïsterbriöto: See Briötto

qepʰex: See Proto-Qephex

Qesemla qa Mögre: See Nattoretan

Qhirem: It is a language with direct morphosyntactic alignment and free word order.

Its users know it as Qhirṃ.

Qhirṃ: See Qhirem

Qi (Irfikian Language): Qi (IPA /ʧɪ/) is a language spoken by about 3.5 million people in and around the country of Qila'a'o on the planet Irfik. It is one of the stranger languages of Irfik, and the first earth-man to learn and transcribe the language, Derrek Wisthaum, described

Qiasêkaras: See Ilcharotic

Qichiuqtluq: Inuktitut inspired phonology, polysynthetic. Not a lot of progress yet - registering here to take advantage of the big list of features to think about!

Qitatyattas: not a human langauge

Qmačah: See Averagelang

Qorolese: The concept of Qorol is if the Frankish Empire survived for longer, and had an Arabic aristocracy, invaded England, etc. The Qorolese language is basically a mixture of French and German grammar and vocabulary with Arabic phonology and some vocabulary

Its users know it as al-Qorolěs.

Qrai: A mix of English, Mandarin, Japanese, Seediq, and Atayal.

Its users know it as qräusun.

qräusun: See Qrai

Qucheanya: A somewhat experimental language for a time-traveling culture.

Its users know it as Qûcheanya.

Qûcheanya: See Qucheanya

Quenya: This description refers to the Quenya of the Third Age

Querlong: See Q.T. Lingua Franca

Querlong language: See Q.T. Lingua Franca

Qwynegold: My first conlang.

§raconese: See Dragonian

Rahwneʔ: Rahwneʔ is an alien language invented by me! Hw uxllarrre aʔe Rahwneʔ ollalw hpwggʔoggapalla!

Its users know it as Rahwneʔ .

Rahwneʔ : See Rahwneʔ

Raig: Designed to be a context sensitive Domain Specific Language, used in specific social contexts and nowhere else.

Raitoliste: Created as a way for resistance groups to communicate during the Raitoli'ri revolution, expanded later to serve as the official language of the nation created by that revolution.

Ral'ęmyt: See Emyt

Rammy: This language is meant to be unambiguous and "logical", but still more like a natural language than for example Lojban. It is apriori, and not strongly associated with any culture.

rånsko reec: See Rugian

Rasiluk'uk: See Kobold

Rawang Ata: An a priori language strongly influenced by Austronesian.

Its users know it as Rawàng Ata.

Rawàng Ata: See Rawang Ata

Raxic: Part of "Raxo-Talsmic" super-subbranch of Zachydic family.

Rayalaka: So one day, I got a crazy idea. What would it be like if I created a language in which everything was expressed as a series of colors? Instead of sounds or letters, the basic units would be blocks of color. What would such a language sound like?

Rdaanssbeix: See Eridanian

Red Creek: Indigenous North American language spoken in and around Michigan. No known relationships to any other languages. Currently classified as "vulnerable", with expanding preservation efforts including some use in local schools.

Redspeech: This project aims to combine my fondness for polysynthesis with my social ideals (hence the name) although it has evolved away from strict philosophical considerations over the years. I have also striven to minimize the distinction between the various word

It has been known as Socialese.

Reformate Esperanto: See Esperanto 1894

Reformed Esperanto: See Esperanto 1894

Rejistanian: Rejistanian is the auxlang on the Island of Rejistania

Its users know it as Rejistaniha.

Rejistaniha: See Rejistanian

Renge-Terra: A hypothetical language between aliens and humans.

Its users know it as Rng' Tera.

Renian: Designed for a fictional country.

REON4213: Language used in the video games Ciel Nosurge and Ar Nosurge.

Rhabhaláme: See Wild Tongue

Rireinutire: The language of the Rireinukave, a One-Gender Race of Rubber Forehead Aliens.

Rligna: Originally created as a code language, the Rlignan language has developed its own alphabet and a bit of a vocabulary.

Rng' Tera: See Renge-Terra

Romanica: See Interlingua Romanica

Ronc Tyu: Ronc Tyu (“language of the villagers”) is a Northwest Tuysáfa language spoken in the Śou Pínc region along the western slopes of the Kè mountain range. The language is characterized by an abundance of monosyllabic words, a three-tone-system, and a strongly

Rossan: Indo-European language with a Berber substrate and later Arabic influence; spoken in Libya

Its users know it as Rudan.

Rotua Paleto: See Palethian

Rou: A simple isolating language with Chinese-like grammar and Slavic (mainly East Slavic, though distorted) vocabulary.

It has been known as Rou language.

Rou language: See Rou

Rudan: See Rossan

Rugian: The language belongs to the Lekhitic branch of West Slavic languages and it's spoken on the island Rugia (Rügen) in an alternative history.

Its users know it as rånsko reec.

run: See Jumban

Run: See Jumban

Ruzian: My first conlang, after 16 months of planning.

It has been known as Angelt, Manich.

SAE: According to: Haspelmath, Martin. 2001. The European linguistic area: Standard Average European. Handbuch der Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft vol. 20.2, pp. 1492-1510.

Its users know it as Standard Average European.

Saimiar: Saimiar is an a priori conlang spoken roughly 2000 years before the present in my conworld, Arzhanø. Saimiar is the Arzhanai language I have developed to the greatest extent at this point in time (2010)

Sajem Tan: See Common Honey

Sakawi: The language is not spoken by human beings......

Salhari: Spoken by nearly twenty million humans on a fictional earth-like planet.

Saltha: See Salthan

Salthan: Loosely based on the short word list from the game Ultima Underworld, expanded into a language.

Its users know it as kadarad.

It has been known as Saltha.

Sambahsa: A proposal for a naturalistic international auxiliary language based on a simplification, modernization, regularization and cosmopolitanization of Proto-Indo-European.

Sandek: See Senduri

Sanduuk: See Senduri

Sape: An experiment in making a language with morphosyntax similar to that of Papuan Languages. As a general rule, every feature included can be found in at least 2 Papuan languages. Made for fun, and as a learning experience.

Saremite, Old: Old Saremite is the oldest extensively attested Saremite language, and the ancestor of all modern Saremite languages. This description is based on the so-called standard recension of the language attested in the major semar cycles.

Its users know it as tedbez Saremuz.

Sarian: Primary language spoken on Gaskarel by ~100,000,000 speakers. Other languages in the family include Kemiskihe (possibly dialect of Sarian) and Hefnihe.

Its users know it as Skarihe.

Sarijáanta: See Sarikan

Sarijanta: See Sarikan

Sarikan: Sarikan is a (moderately) agglutinative language.

Its users know it as Sarijáanta.

It has been known as Sarijanta.

Sathir: Sathir is an ergative language semi-inspired by Greek and Tagalog, and is a kind of parody of prescriptive ideas about language.

Its users know it as Saþir.

Savvinic: A modern-day descendent of the extinct Italic language, Oscan.

Sazhir: Sazhir was among the earliest languages I attempted to make, from childhood days before I ever heard of conlanging. It is now in the midst of revision to make it linguistically sound and at least vaguely interesting.

Its users know it as sažir.

sažir: See Sazhir

Saþir: See Sathir

Scrowda ling: See Scrowdian

Scrowdian: a Germanic language spoken in the United Provinces. A country that involves (France, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Faroe, Shetland, Man, Occitania, Luxembourg, Holland, Belgium, Corsica and Brittany). and also around the world.

Its users know it as Scrowda ling.

Seighnurico: See Seignuric

Seignuric: An Italo-Dalmatian language spoken in the Ionian Sea and by colonial extension on 2 large islands in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans respectively. Has undergone mass lexical influx from Norman French & areal contact with the Thonnic branch of Indo-European.

Its users know it as Seighnurico.

Seiyoto: See Seiyotogo

Seiyotogo: Constructed language used in the game Aselia the Eternal. Written in a custom syllabary based off Japanese's. Since the font encodes those over the hiragana/katakana characters, that's what I'll use for translations.

It has been known as Seiyoto.

Seligonian, Proto-: See Proto-Seligonian

Senduri: Spoken on the Thuri archipelago to the south and east of the Mohai Islands on the planet Tekuo. Senduri was once considered an isolate but is now thought to descend from Proto-East Aheku. It is a distant but divirgent relative of Lemohai.

It has been known as Sandek, Sanduuk.

Senjecas: Ursprache spoken by humans (and others) in the Urheimat of Eurasia. Ancestor to PIE.

Its users know it as senȝe̋ka.

It has been known as senȝe̋ĸas.

senȝe̋ka: See Senjecas

senȝe̋ĸas: See Senjecas

Sérhes Kéttw: See Insular Kett

Sermu: A "latlang" project, a form of Latin with simplified-but-still-existent inflection but without gender.

Seto ka'palo: language of the Palo people before they adopted the kolesch Speech. Seto ka'palo has become extinct, though some vocabularies has come into the kolesch Speech.

Several - Períseg, Chlasc, Circàsieg, etc: See Celinese

Shalolese: An important, dead, liturgical language, kinda like some kind of Sanskrit equivalent.

Its users know it as Syalohlmij.

Shangit'an ngeton Inan: See Inan

Shkrb: See Hy'Bae

Shokitin: Isolating-agglutinative language with V2 word order spoken by a civilization on the planet Masasha with technology not too much more advanced than ours and magic well beyond ours. Shokiti is a democratic republic.

Shsiwhe Luwur: Shsiwhe Luwur is spoken in a forested valley that is believed to be located in the Appalachian Mts. All that is known of the valley is that it is surrounded by a dense forest with an English-speaking city nearby. The language itself is isolating.

Its users know it as šshoše wuluwi.

Shuran: My conlang, 2 years in the making.

Shurs: A language isolate spoken on an island northeast of the Sea of Japan.

Its users know it as šursmi.

It has been known as šurs kusp.

Si'asigu: Created for Song of the Tides, a Dungeons and Dragons campaign by M. E. Henry; the conlanger is a player in that campaign. An extinct language, the learning of which may unlock dangerous secrets.

SIAL: "Second" IAL; many words adapted from Latin; different approach from FIAL

Siasô: See Siaswo

Siaswo: It is an artlang-engelang. The purpose is to make a language with only verbs, but it has no kind of utility.

Its users know it as Siasô.

Siginese: It is the only relative language in Szejconic family together with Dacayan. Almost all the words are found in both Dacayan and Siginese.

Its users know it as Zhigh.

Sihaku: I made this over the past two days as a little informal experiment of sorts. It doesn't really have any exceptional characteristics, just a little language. I might use it to spin off other langs for use in stories or as puzzles. Still a work in progress.

silêle dan ma lona: See clikli dialect

Simpified japanese: Simplified version of japanese using only 110 characters. appears similar to Japanese, except that it is written left to right. dictionary being made

Its users know it as Nihongetsu Shotoku.

Sindarin: This entry referes to the form spoken in the Third Age

Siųamo: See Alopian

Sjal: Language spoken by about 40,000 people on a small chain of islands located off the northwestern shore of Norway towards Iceland. Isolate with some borrowings from Finnish and Norwegian/Swedish.

Skarihe: See Sarian

Slaèg: See Solaric

Slavk: I have tried to create a natural-sounding language that uses a Cyrillic-esque alphabet with extensive vowel phonology - there are 16 basic vowel monophthongs. Diacritics can optionally be used to represent consonants, and in traditional or very formal text

Its users know it as Cлaʙᴋ.

Slayegbyegn: See Solaric

Slerk: See Solaric

Slovianski: See Interslavic

Slyrdian: One of the three main languages of the conworld Kfontil.

Its users know it as Ðyroq.

Socialese: See Redspeech

Solaric: English descendant spoken in North America c. 4000 AD.

Its users know it as Slayegbyegn.

It has been known as Slerk, Slaèg.

solresol: A musical language

Somalm Rima: See Somaltepota

Somaltepota: This is an artlang for my conworld. Somaltepota means "People of Pota" Somalm Rima means "People's language"

Its users know it as Somalm Rima.

Sonorian: Conworld language, agglutinative

Its users know it as Sonorul.

Sonorul: See Sonorian

Sonsear: A personal language, made so I could say I made a language.

Sosc: See Old Soskish

Soskish, Old: See Old Soskish

Southern: See Jorivuzedox (Modern Southern)

Southern Iliatarian: See Iliatarian (Sulutmuri & Ngwano)

Spanglo: Spanglo is an auxlang (esperantido). The words are from germanic and romance languages, specially english and spanish.

Spañó: See Phanyo

Spanyo: See Phanyo

Ssamaf: See Opus

šshoše wuluwi: See Shsiwhe Luwur

Standard Average European: See SAE

Standard Eitino: See Eitinodo

Standard Equatorial Minervan: See Mindakri

Standard Hymmnos: A language in the video game series Ar Tonelico

Its users know it as Hymmnos.

Starfish: See L'starfish Klam

Stemmutsian: This is an experiment in interlinear translation, working out the rules as I go from general to specific. In progress.

Its users know it as Əmantym-Stenmutsa.

Suiacuili: Súiⱥcúili is the language spoken in Súiⱥcúil and Onceuponatimia (Puinⱥtimcel). It is an in-universe conlang inspired by Vegúili, which is spoken in Vegúil. These countries are all located on a planet different from earth called Sasaro.

Its users know it as Súiⱥcúili.

Súiⱥcúili: See Suiacuili

Sulutmuri: See Iliatarian (Sulutmuri & Ngwano)

Sulutmuri/Ngwano: See Iliatarian (Sulutmuri & Ngwano)

Summerlandic: Language spoken in the British Isles. In a partial sprachbund with the Celtic languages.

Sunbyaku: Language of the Sun, spoken in the country Sunzaku on the planet Thōselqat.

šurs kusp: See Shurs

šursmi: See Shurs

Suve: See Sylvan

Svørgska: Svørgska is a mix of Swedish, German, English, French, and Icelandic.

Syalohlmij: See Shalolese

Sylvan: Language of the beings of the Fey Realm in the conworld of Dombellus, particularly in the elven kingdom of Ngeyassaé.

Its users know it as Suve.

Szejan: See Dacayan

Szezk: A semaphonic consonantal-root language with a unique ‘fluid-split-S’ morphosyntax and other discretionary grammar, including topic-comment word-order, situationally variant alienability, and optional evidentiality encoding. Written in a Europeän abugida

Its users know it as Шезка.

Taddese: See Velan

Taddies: See Velan

Tadiraki Bla: See Tadiraki Language

Tadiraki Language: Language of Tadirs, standard.

Its users know it as Tadiraki Bla.

Taeb: See Aaro

Tagesemla: See Nattoretan

tahivinet / tahivi a jute: See Jutean

Tajju-njo Gwa: Conlang partially described on Reddit's /r/queerconlangers.

Tajre: For a friend

Its users know it as Tåjre.

Tåjre: See Tajre

Tallfellow: Language spoken by Tolkien-esque halflings who inhabit the fantasy world of Dombellus.

Its users know it as Mambehoblind.

Talmit: Talmit is a language that has nouns, states and verbs (or events) as lexical categories. States share traits with nouns, adjectives and participles. They are normally measurable on an associated scale and there is a specific quantification system for them

Talossan: Constructed Romance language created in 1980 for the Kingdom of Talossa, a micronation based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Maintained as a community project by the citizens of Talossa.

It has been known as Ladintsch.

Tama: Liturgical language into which I wish to translate the Dhammapada, Tao Te Ching, Upanishads, and Bhagavad-Gita. Personal language I will use to facilitate spiritual study. Utilizes Huffman coding to make words as short as possible.

Tangachi: Largest language for a so far unnamed language family on my conworld Notasami.

Its users know it as Tanggaciy.

Tanggaciy: See Tangachi

Taraitola: Spoken language of the Tarai, natives of the planet Kemenel.

Täropiskes'um: See Tauro-Piscean

tatari faran: See Tatari Faran

Tatari Faran: Common language spoken by the san faran, a people living in the land of Fara, located in a caldera overlying a hot spot in the earth, which causes continual volcanic activity.

Its users know it as tatari faran.

Tauro-Piscean: Tauro-Piscean is a Germanic language, primarily descended from Old English and German, though it does have notable Romance influence. It may look very artificial in places, but it is supposed to be that way; it should be very easy to learn. It is supposedl

Its users know it as Täropiskes'um.

tedbez Saremuz: See Saremite, Old

Teesti Keel: See Testonian

Teinay: See Tine

Teliya Nevashi: See Nevashi

Telkese: See

Telkuvian: See Westlandish

Temporary1: WIP.

Terpish: Something of an oddity dating back to my early days in conlanging, combining the clicks of various African languages with polysynthetic morphology modeled loosely on Inuktitut.

Its users know it as K‡xosánerubé.

Tersales: Tersales is a created to be fast, practical and elegant. It is a self-segregating oligosynthetic language, all pure Tersales words are derived from less than 500 root particles. It has some uncommon features such as ergative alignment.

Testarossa: This language exists to test changes to the language-pages.

It has been known as Tihirossa, Lamborghini.

testlang: See Testonian

Testonian: This is just a throwaway thing I use to test formatting and whatnot before modifying a language.

Its users know it as Teesti Keel.

It has been known as testlang.

Thangi: Language designed as my first experiment in "language construction as music composition."

Its users know it as Thángí.

Thángí: See Thangi

thasdhephx: See Proto-Qephex

tʰasdʰepʰx: See Proto-Qephex

Thatareni: See Thȧtareni

Thȧtareni: My second Conlang. Still a work in progress!

Its users know it as ঠইতহঢআঘচ.

It has been known as Thatareni.

The Beloved Language: See Mamambam

The hard language: See Dètren

The language of the farmers: See Traxvus

The noble language: See Clarnenamerin

The nothern language: See Gnusyak [Ghnushak]

Theadisch: See Theadish

Theadish: A Romance language designed to look and sound like German. Now just some old shame, due to my knowledge of phonology - both in general and for German in particular - having increased significantly since Theadish's creation.

Its users know it as Theadisch.

Thiuas: Standard written language used in the state Gwáta. The spoken language is usually less morphologically complex.

Its users know it as thíuas.

thíuas: See Thiuas

Thosk: derived from Proto-Indo-European

Thulean: See

Thulean: A language isolate, Thulean is spoken by a nation of thurses (European pygmies) on Thule, the westernmost island of the British Isles. It has over 30 million speakers.

Its users know it as Minigkaksi.

Thurselandic: See Mindakri

Thurslandic: See Mindakri

Thuun: It's a highly synthetic a priori conlang, with a Finnic aesthetic.

Its users know it as Tuum.

It has been known as Tuumi.

TIAL: Third IAL

Tihirossa: See Testarossa

Tinahva Tilkup: See Mindakri

Tinapa Tilkup: See Mindakri

Tinaqa Tilkudziy: See Mindakri

Tinavha Tilkup: See Mindakri

Tinavka Tilkup: See Mindakri

Tinaxva Tilkub: See Mindakri

Tine: agglutinating language, nearly polysintethic, influenced by seri, nahuatl, finnish, turkish, etc.

Its users know it as Déjnaj.

It has been known as déjnaì, Teinay.

Tlaymyts: A member of the Nekturian family, spoken on the planet Drion.

Its users know it as Tláymyts.

Tláymyts: See Tlaymyts

tlhIngan Hol: See Klingon

Tmaśareʔ: Tmaśareʔ is a language of the Western family, spoken on the northern fringe of the Kipceʔ desert on the west coast of the continent Peilaš in the world of Akana.

tm̩pówlr̩ (lit. "Island tongue"): See Proto-Tampoluric

Tnaap: See Traup

toka na musume: a human language spoken in other worlds, mostly spoken among some "moe-anime-girl-like" girls Lonmai luna borrowed some words from this language, to indicate some human-related things.

Its users know it as epeka toka na musume.

toki ma: See Toki Ma

Toki Ma: A modification of Toki Pona for the express purpose of international auxiliary communication.

Its users know it as toki ma.

toki pona: See Toki Pona

Toki Pona: Created by Kisa for her own personal use, it became fairly popular online after she published it online in 2001; there might be ~10-50 more or less fluent speakers (most of whom probably are fluent only in the written form, however).

Its users know it as toki pona.

Tolsian: An IE language, close to Romance family, has known influences from French and English. I started to create it as a child so it may sometimes lack some linguistic consistency.

Its users know it as Ŧœlsor.

Tolvian: This is a language spoken on Negrescu 2. It is related to other minority Tolvian languages, but is by no means the only (or even main) language the Tolvians (an alien race) speak. The name for it is therefore somewhat of a misnomer.

Its users know it as Lasha.

Toma Heylm: Another personal language!

Torain: A language that is very naturalistic to me, since I try to guide it's development as little as possible beyond lexicalization. When some way to do something occurs to me, then if I think it fits well, I will incorporate it, if I think it is needed. There

Its users know it as Jurrayn or Jorayn.

Toroq: See Proto-Toroq

Town Speech: a human language, it is a western germanic languages, with many slavic-origin, sinic-origin and japanese-origin words. many of the basic words of toka na musume come from Basanawa

Its users know it as Urban Basanawa.

It has been known as Basanawa dari Burg, Basanawa.

Tɔs'd'o: See

Tɔs'd'o̧: See

Transpilian: See Tranzydja

Tranzydja: Romance language of a fictional island in the Atlantic that was once home to a Canaanite people related to the Carthaginians/Phoenicians and Jews. After Roman conquest the inhabitants adopted Vulgar Latin.

Its users know it as Tranzydjá.

It has been known as Transpilian, Lingwádhikh Tranzydjá.

Tranzydjá: See Tranzydja

Traup: A priori conlang with a minimalistic phoneme inventory and active~ergative alignment. Loosely inspired by Zapotec, Mixtec and Maori in grammar. Somehow the spiritual descendant of my other conlang projects.

Its users know it as Tnaap.

It has been known as Tynaap.

Traxvus: This is the language of the farmers. Hivelcva Hodvii mihar.

Its users know it as The language of the farmers.

treyll: See Treyll

Treyll: Treyll began first in June, 2011. It is a language made for a different world, mostly for a very natural island, with just a few hundred inhabitants.

Its users know it as treyll.

Trikuharric: A remnant of a (hypothetical) ancient language group once spoken from Scotland Denmark all the way to Senegal, now only found in Spain. Invented grammar. Vocabulary is varyingly made up of Arabic, Basque, Indo-European and invented words.

Its users know it as j·ð·tr·k·wh·r·j.

True Elmoric: See Elmoric

Tsa Íruik Tauk: See Iloyan

Tsasa: An evolved form of Tsatsar, spoken in the rural, densely-populated North of the former Tsa Empire, and subject to many of the phonological and grammatical changes that affected the Romance languages.

Tsatsar: A language with a Turkish-like morphology (though the affixes are somewhat a priori) with a mixed vocabulary influenced by Indo-European. Spoken by the fictional Tsatsar people in the northern part of the former Tsa Empire.

Tseeyo: Tseeyo is patterned after the southern members of the Atlantic family languages of Niger-Congo: Kisi, N & S Bullom, and Temne, with influences from neighboring Mande langs: Loma, Mende and Vai, also incorporating some original innovations.

Its users know it as Tsééyo.

Tsééyo: See Tseeyo

Tslure Thujekatsoth: Part of the "Moderate Language" project

Tsœxisca: See Northeadish

Tsolyani: Developed in early 1970s (roots in 1950s?) in parallel with Tekumel novels and RPGs. Far-future descendant of "Tamil-Mayan-Arabic argot". Several related languages also described.

Tšrând: A random language for diachronic conlangery.

Tuum: See Thuun

Tuumi: See Thuun

Tvs'd'o: See

Twegob: See Gobish

Tyakva Slintelku: See Mindakri

Tynaap: See Traup

Ŧœlsor: See Tolsian

Ŧuàn: Ŧuàn State occupies the southern tip of Ndongo. Their language does not resemble any other on that continent.

Its users know it as Ŧuàn-ẍuíng.

Ŧuàn-ẍuíng: See Ŧuàn

Ubaghuns tëhe: See Ubaghuns Tëhe

Ubaghuns Tëhe: Neolithic language.

Its users know it as Ubaghuns tëhe.

UFOSAT: I have always enjoyed conlangs. However, conlangs like Esperanto or others have not completely satisfied me, either because they are European-terms-oriented or sexist or something else. That is why I began developing UFOSAT.

Uirian: Agglutinating language for a Mongolic-Tibet style country with a what-if Mongolia hadn't gone communist and had a different geography and different geopolitics.

Its users know it as Уьрифапвух.

’Ukana’akau: ’Ukana’akau is spoken by the ’Akau of the Infinite Archipelago. This survey is based on the dialect of Sa’aku.

Ukhshaya: Uyeha Opyar Hootasnal ha. This language is not Human

It has been known as Alien language.

Ulango: See Mondlango

Ulmiric: The language of the Ulmir, the race of men in the Kingdom of Torulmir in the world of Álim. It evolved from Turniric, the proto language taught to them by the Turnir, deities from the eastern isles beyond the Black Ocean (Mirtú).

It has been known as Ulmiric, Ulmirian.

Ulmiric, Ulmirian: See Ulmiric

Undercommon: Lingua franca of the Underdark in the Fey Realm, in the world of Dombellus. (Inspired by, but distinct from, the Underdark and the Undercommon language from the Forgotten Realms setting.)

Its users know it as Vaddin.

ungxau: Made for the Padran system

Its users know it as ungxã.

Universal: An international auxiliary language designed in the 1920s which has a European lexical core but which is extended with a unique system of internal inversive derivation.

Universalglot: Published in 1868, this is the first known international auxiliary language developed on an a posteriori basis.

Unkown: See Charlchrist Spoken Language

UNLWS: A written-only engelang meant to take advantage of the expressive possibilities of 2D space.

Its users know it as http://000024.org/conlang/UNLWS.png.

Urban Basanawa: See Town Speech

urdcax: A language created for a group of herdsman and warriors which uses complex directional markers and has a grammer and phonology based on mainly north west pacific, north west caucasian and khoisan languages.

Its users know it as ayeyarok'þ.

Uropi: An a posteriori auxlang drawing from modern IE languages.

Urracheg: Ustvan Urracheg is the dialect spoken by the Lord of the Urrat'Ny, and therefore adopted by anyone near to him, and by extension anyone who comes into contact with those people, even to many of the neighboring countries around Morykvel.

Uscaniv: Uscaniv is the language of the Uscans of Arimur Uscanar on from the watery world of Calara.

Uyendur: Uyendur is the language of the Uyen Kingdom south of the wastelands.

Its users know it as Uyēndur.

Uyēndur: See Uyendur

Uzīdņv: [N/A]

Vaddin: See Undercommon

Vahtavvigiella: Aural interpretation of Northern Sami

Vallés: See Vallese

Vallese: Vallés (or Granvallés) is an alternate history romance language.

Its users know it as Vallés.

Valliyvian: See Delniit

Valthungian: Originally intended to be a modern descendant of Gothic, but now looks a little more mediaeval. There may someday be another round of evolving Valthungian into something more modern.

Its users know it as Grējutungišk, Grējutungiška Rasta, Grējuga Tunga.

It has been known as Gytc, Gutic, Gutiš, Gytish, Gutish, Gutišk, Gutiška Rasta, Walthungian.

Vaʟʟıyvııт: See Delniit

Vayardyio: a priori conlang, set on a earth-like planet, spoken by humanoid people. Elaborated grammar and syntax, 10.000 + word vocabulary.

Vazâkatavtiî: See Wally Toxic

Vedran: Vedran is the Romance language spoken in the Principality of Castre; this survey is based on the dialect of the Rive Nuord specifically.

Velæn: See Velan

Velan: Romlang created to see if such a language could plausibly have an obligatory coda consonant for every word-final syllable. The name comes from the retention of the Latin inclusive or ("vel"), which most Romance languages have dropped.

Its users know it as Velæn.

It has been known as Taddies, Taddese.

Velošti: See Old Velosti

Velosti, Old: See Old Velosti

Velu: Velu (also known as "Dar'velut") is the language of the Kavaril people, who live in the country Ka'an, on the planet Nent. It is agglutinating, and uses nominative-accusative morphosyntactic alignment. It is part of the Yyaribal family.

Venede: See Fenedic

Verun: See Verunic

Verunic: For a project I'm working on.

Its users know it as Verun.

Vilani: Invented in early 80s as naming lang for Traveller RPG; elaborated as conlang by fans in late 90s. Spoken by humans transplanted from Earth by aliens c. 300,000 years ago.

Its users know it as Bilanidin.

Vishak: A language spoken by seamen.

Its users know it as Viźæk.

Vitran: The modern literary language of Vitra, a major power in eastern Zirgul.

Its users know it as Vitrei.

Vitrei: See Vitran

Vitruvian: Long evolved, still evolving, private language. Grammar and semantics separate. Some esthetic considerations. jambec360@yahoo.com

Its users know it as Ddomu.

It has been known as none yet.

Viźæk: See Vishak

Voinich: See Annese

Voksigid: An attempt to construct a predicate language of a different type from those which used word order to mark the various places in predication, being felt to be beyond easy memorization for most people. Lexicon based on European, syntax on reversed Japanese.

Volapuk: an international auxiliary language created by Johann Martin Schleyer in 1879–1880.

Its users know it as Volapük.

Volapük: See Volapuk

Votgil: An oligosynthetic language derived from English but with a radically systematized phonontactic and grammatical structure.

Its users know it as Vötgil.

Vötgil: See Votgil

Vrkhazhian: Vrkhazhian is a Western Hašakam language that is spoken by the Vrkhazhi who live in the Empire of Yat-Vṛḵaž. The earliest form of this language, known as Classical Vrkhazhian, was spoken as early as 950 years ago.

Its users know it as ʾAšdu Yat-Vṛḵaž.

It has been known as g.

Vrkhazhian Language: a Northern Hašahkan language of the Athimošiye language family.

Its users know it as Yaškik Yat-Vṛḵaẕīkam.

Vrlungla: Speedlang

Vseslovjanski: See Interslavic

Vulgar Aribelian: Vernacular of Aribelian traders and working classes; non-literary, low-prestige language, with most speakers at least partially bilingual with High Aribelian; phonology inspired by Italian

It has been known as Aribelian, Vulgar.

Wakeu: See Waku

Waku: This is my most developed conlang. It started as an exercise in analytic/isolating conlanging, but has changed a bit through the years.

It has been known as Wakeu, Wateu, Gaku, Leopardish I.

Wally Toxic: Collaborative conlang from the CBB. It's spoken by a yellowish-green horse named Wally Toxic.

It has been known as Vazâkatavtiî.

Walthungian: See Valthungian

wan ya Fenxəl: See Wanya

wan ya Fenxl: See Wanya

Wannish: See Bannish

Wanya: as indicated by its name, this is my personal language.

Its users know it as wan ya Fenxəl.

It has been known as wan ya Fenxl.

Wateu: See Waku

Weakwan: Language of the banna people (mbanwan)

Its users know it as Weakwan .

Weakwan : See Weakwan

Wenedyk: A Romance language in Polish disguise. All sound and other changes that made Polish develop from Common Slavic were applied on Vulgar Latin. The language plays a role in the althistory project Ill Bethisad.

westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language: A sinitic language, it is similar to Classical Chinese in some aspects, however, due to the influence of surronding languages, it has V2 word order, definite article and relative pronouns.

Westlandic: See Westlandish

Westlandish: Spoken by the Kamiq people of Telka.

Its users know it as Haratqin.

It has been known as Westlandic, Hara Kamiqat, Hara Gamiqot, Hara Kamiqot, Telkuvian.

Wild Tongue: Avarin fanlang.

Its users know it as Rhabhaláme.

Wistanian: An a priori artlang created for a fantasy novel, spoken by a group of peoples on a fictional island.

Its users know it as aningali.

Wơơše: See Wooshe

Wooshe: 'Tis the language of the Wơơše people.

Its users know it as Wơơše.

Wupupa: See Poswa

Xanalafha: See Dwendish

Xazik Gohuilim: The infernal tongue of the Abyssal Horde. It is a member of the ʾÅa̩e̯n celestial language family along with the Tongue of Annunciation, spoken by the Heavenly Host. Xažik Gohuīlim means "Those who speak the language of the Darker Light" It is asserted by

Its users know it as Xažik Gohuīlim.

Xažik Gohuīlim: See Xazik Gohuilim

Xingish: This is a totally new kind of auxlang. -International vocabulary -Simple gramar -Easy to learn -Expressive and powerful

Its users know it as Floles.

yakin sien zie tawa: See Ancient Yakim Language

Yanusu: A conlang made for the minimal phoneme inventory challenge ([p t k n s j i u a]).

yashde: my latest and greatest conlang. thought i'd post it here to help me categorize it.

Its users know it as gẹaṣda.

Yaškik Yat-Vṛḵaẕīkam: See Vrkhazhian Language

Yaufulti: I made this conlang as part of a speedlang challenge on the ZBB, and partly tried to get an odd phonology going. It's not very developed, however. It will probably get its own place in my conworld eventually.

Its users know it as Yaufułti.

Yaufułti: See Yaufulti

yiqa' yiywos: not a human language, and has a semitic-like root-system. Messages from the author: the name is from my older conlang iqua iius, I've completely reworked that language. there are now more than 600 words, including function words.

Yìrasì: Language of the ancient Oyhaw people of

Yivrian: An artlang and fictional language spoken by the Yivríndi, a long-lived group of people in the fictional world of Aratasa.

Its users know it as Yivríndil.

Yivríndil: See Yivrian

Ythnandosian: Ythnandosian is an Ydtobogan language (specifically belonging to the West Kauzic branch) spoken in Aznadia, a country in my "Earth-clone" conworld Astanu.

Its users know it as äznàd keɣan.

YugMo: I made YugMó for fun when I was 8 yrs old. The vocabulary is a posteriori, but the grammar is a priori.

Its users know it as YugMó.

YugMó: See YugMo

Yulasa: A non-human language spoken by the shape-shifting people of the Shadow Forest.

Yuraalian: WIP alien language for a sci-fi novel. Spoken on the desert planet Yuraal, mostly by aliens (though some humans are native speakers).

Its users know it as ol-Yuraalmuhul.

Yuzojo: An experiment with creating a deliberately average but also deliberately non-Indo-European language.

zadu: Created for the Padran system,

Zanese: Language spoken on the fictional continent of Lepria, on Earth.

Its users know it as Zanlokun.

Zanlokun: See Zanese

Zdetl: Designed as a "Zhodani" naming-language for the Traveller pencil-and-paper RPG. Extended with a simple grammatical sketch by Robert Eaglestone.

Zegdwovn: See Draconic

Zelēvzin: See Ancient Zelev

Zelsen: Old Zelsen was spoken by the natives of the Zelsen archipelago before the 5th century (Eastern Calendar). The language changed radically during the colonial period, as the archipelago came under the control of the Bagamazh' Empire. The language continue

Its users know it as Zjeljeza, Hzayskje.

It has been known as Zereskaoate, Zjeljesatje.

Zereskaoate: See Zelsen

Zheymi: Aesthetically inspired by Old English, case system inspired by Hungarian

Its users know it as Jēmedyn.

Zhigh: See Siginese

Zhyler: Zhyler is a Turkic-style language with 57 noun cases and a robust vowel harmony system. It also features 17 noun classes via which most words in the language are derived.

Its users know it as Žüler.

Zjeljesatje: See Zelsen

Zjeljeza, Hzayskje: See Zelsen

Zorillo: A language spoken in the same world as Celinese, derived from one of that world's most ancient tongues.

Its users know it as zorillo, kęlvo zorillo.

zorillo, kęlvo zorillo: See Zorillo

Žüler: See Zhyler

ƍfeʎ ʒoҧ: See fae gosfth

ʒiaov: See Jaaf

Þýdesc: See Northeadish

ʔafula: See Avrelang