Aspiranto language

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The Aspiranto language is a constructed language for the aid of international communication. Its intention was to find a neutral way of communicating across cultures and societies.

The word aspirant translates into English as "one who aspires." Aspiranto serves as Micras's version of Esperanto.

Today, it is a national language of Meckelnburgh, as the liturgical language of the state-sponsored Church of Meckelnburgh. Aspiranto has also been the official language of Charlotta, Mania and Mayo.