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* Treesian (Old Irish?)
 
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* Calraeg (Welsh, also spoken in Stormark's Sólareyjar)
 
* Florian (Gaelic)
 
* Florian (Gaelic)
  

Revision as of 09:28, 14 February 2020

Jing languages

  • Jingdaoese
  • Tieya

Sangunic languages

  • Sangunese (Japanese)
  • Hoenn/Nijima (Japanese odd dialect, talk to Halian abt it)

Afro-Asiatic languages

Attero–Baatharzi languages?

  • Whatever we're gonna call Semitic
    • Whatever we're gonna call Hebrew
    • Matbaic (Aramaic)
    • Baatharzi (Arabic)
  • Atteran (basically Amhara)

Indo-European languages

New name: ?

Euran languages

i.e. Indo-Aryan languages

  • Classical Babkhi (Troy's conlang)
  • Babkhi (i.e. Persian/Tajik)
  • Aryashti (Hindi)
  • Karnali (Nepali)
  • Agnesian (Urdu)

Germanic languages

  • Praetaic languages
    • Standard Præta
    • Bastardized Præta
  • Arminian languages? Arminic?
    • Arminian (Johanns f. Klosso conlang, basically a modernized version of Old English)
      • Istvanistani/Common Tongue (i.e. English)
  • Nordic languages
    • Proto-Nordic (i.e. Old Norse)
      • Hurmu–Norse languages
        • Hurmu (in Hurmu), aka Farewellish (in Elwynn) (cross-ish between Faroese and Scandinavian conlang)
        • Normarkic languages
          • Army Crandish / Norrlandic (basically Swedish)
          • Humlebækish (Danish, Humlebæk)
          • High Norse (Norwegian: Normark, Høgmårk)
      • Valtic–Storish group (Icelandic)
        • Valtian
        • Storish
          • Froyalanish
  • Crando-Batavian languages
    • Ashkenazi (Ashkenatza, basically Yiddish)
    • Germanian/Frankish (German)
    • Batavian (Dutch)
    • Haas (Natopia, low German maybe?)
    • Passikaans (Dutch-looking mongrel)
    • North Amokolian
    • Crandish (conlang Johanns fonn Klosso, historically spoken in Cranda)
    • Slobovian (historically spoken in northern Apollonia)
  • Craitish (looks Germanic, prolly its own branch)

Romance languages

Alexandric languages? Machiavellic languages?

  • Machiavellian (Latin)
    • Alexandrian (French)
    • Martino (Spanish)
    • Baracãoan (Sander's conlang based on Spanish/Portuguese)
    • Gaian/Tellian (basically Italnian)
      • Cisamarrese (Italian with j spelling)
    • Reunionian (basically Portuguese)

Celtic languages

Proposed ew name: Treesic/Treesian languages?

  • Treesian (Old Irish?)
  • Calraeg (Welsh, also spoken in Stormark's Sólareyjar)
  • Florian (Gaelic)

Hellenic languages

  • Athlonian (basically gay/punny Greek)
  • Constancian (basically Greek?)
  • Antican? Kezanese? (basically Greek?)

Slavic languages

Retic languages? (from Proto-Slavic)

  • Krasnocorian (Serbian, Slovak)
  • Ranentsi (Eastern Keltia, Bulgarian)
  • Ocian (Spoken in Western Keltia and Mishalacia, Slovene/Serbo-Croatian/Russian)
  • Mishalanese/Slavo-Amokolian (Spoken in Elwynnese Mishalan and Frankish Mishalacia, Russian)
    • Kalgachian?
  • Classical Istvanistani (Church Slavonic?)
  • Interlandic (Polish)

Cosimo-Benacian languages

  • Sani (conlang)
  • Ama (conlang)
  • Estarisan (conlang)

Elw language family

  • Elw (conlang, based off Eskimo-Aleut and Greenlandic grammar)
  • The language of Qavaqaqqaqqaniitqeqertaq?

Hyperborean language family

Might be related to Elw – I think I've seen something about Scott basing it off Greenlandic originally, but to what extent? Grammatically, I can see why in terms of functions, but direct derivatives? Hm.

  • Kalasperin (conlang, Scott, for Hyperborean vernicular)
  • Kadhamic (constructed IC/OOC, based on Kalasperin)
  • Cimmerian
  • Hyfrostish

Elfinshi languages

Basically the Elvish languages off Tolkien

  • Northern Elfinshi (Elwynn, Sindarin?)
  • Menelmacari (Quenya)
  • Amitian (some other Elvish language there)
  • Need some language to be represented by Blackish, ash nazg....

Birgeshir–Thraci languages

  • Birgeshir (Turkish-derived conlang?)
  • Thrachi (Turkish)

List of Isolates

  • Lengish (isolate, basically Lovecraft's R'lyehian)
  • Red Laqi?