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The Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki Eastern-eruditian flag.

General Information
Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki Eastern-eruditian is a jokelang created by Pladrassil. Its phonology, grammar and lexicon are almost identical to English's, but there are a few minor differences.

The language was created to be extremely similar to English whilst technically being classified as a distinct language so that anglophone hyper-polyglot geniuses can inflate their 'language count' - the number of languages they can claim to be fluent in. The language's name, although nonsensical, was designed to sound smart and extremely linguistic, as to fool the monolinguals into believing the speaker must be cultured and linguistically/cognitively superior. As it was created for the primary intention of being bragged about, it can be classified in a newly-coined jokelang subcategory - 'braglang'. The differences described below are the only things that distinguish the language from English.


Differences from English

The phonology includes the phoneme '@' (faciomanual click, AKA faciomanual percussive, AKA facepalm). The language is essentially the same as English, but every word is followed by the sound @, which is then followed by '/puːpuː/'. This is used to indicate that the previous word has ended. If at any point the speaker wishes to avoid using the /pu/ sound, they can instead present the communication target with the '💩' emoji.

There are a few lexical differences. First, the word 'poopoopoo' (/puːpuːpuː/) means 'to do something with the sole purpose of making oneself appear smarter to others'. Second, 'poopekosi' (/puːpɛkəʊːsi/) means 'to make a language worse by adding too many '/puːpuː/' sounds to it. Thirdly, the faciomanual click @ can be used as an interjection, to signify general joy or excitement.

Final note: in this language, the official pluralized form of 'octopus' is 'octopoopoo' (/ɒktəpuːpuː@/).









































Infiniglot Edition

This secret section reveals a hidden truth about the language. Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki Eastern-eruditian is actually just one language from the Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki Eruditian language family. This family contains many distinct languages, each exceedingly easy to learn for an anglophone. They will be described here as to not clog up the wiki. Each of the other languages differs from the previously described lang in the vowel sound that is used in the 'poo' syllable. The distinct sound in each language is accompanied by a unique meaning. Some of the other languages in the family are described below, alongside the phoneme that replaces /u/ in 'poo' and it's distinct meaning.

Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki East-eastern-eruditian: /y/ - 'My family just died in a car accident'

Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki East-east-eastern-eruditian: /ʉ/ - 'I'll show you mine if you show me yours'

Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki East-east-east-eastern-eruditian: /ø/ - (a general sense of anger or contempt)

Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki East-east-east-east-eastern-eruditian: /🌊/ {aqua-anal explosive vowel} - 'I'm drowning!'

Ancient Judaeo-phoenecio Oligosynthetic Koreo-uzbeki East-east-east-east-east-eastern-eruditian: /yʉø🌊/ - '💩'

And many more...

It should be noted that, although the rules and distinctions noted in this description are hard and fast, all other aspects of the language family are open to be changed by the public. As such, any aspiring polyglots can simply continue my trend of making new languages in this family and become a infiniglot in no time. Please consult your doctor if you begin to feel tightness in the skull area.

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