Lakkvian language

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The Lakkvian language (lakki keel), originating in northern Keltia and related to the language of Jääland and the Reindeer Herders, is an official language of Hurmu, and associated with the Lakkvian people.

It has been influenced by Hurmu Norse and Craitish and, to a lesser extent, by Hurmumol.

OOC considerations

  • Take Estonian, some Finnish loan constructs are acceptable if rare
  • Loanwords from Craitish and Hurmu Norse to replace any obvious Russian loans