• Deslee


    February 29, 2020 by Deslee

    Hola - Hola
    ¿Cómo está? - ¿Cóm stá?
    ¿Cómo están? - ¿Cóm stán?
    Mucho gusto - Much gust
    Gusto en verlo - Gust en verl
    Gusto en verlos - Gust en verls
    Buenos días - Bøn día
    Buenas tardes - Bøn tard
    Buenas noches - Bøn noch

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  • Deslee


    February 21, 2020 by Deslee

    All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights,

    Todos los seres humanos nacen libres e iguales en dignidad y derechos y,

    All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.

    Alle Menschen sind frei und gleich an Würde und Rechten geboren.

    gifted as they are with reason and conscience,

    dotados como están de razón y conciencia,

    They are endowed with reason and conscience

    Sie sind mit Vernunft und Gewissen begabt

    must behave fraternally towards each other.

    deben comportarse fraternalmente los unos con los otros.

    and should meet one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

    und sollen einander im Geist der Brüderlichkeit begegnen.

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  • Jungnet

    A Sentence in Al Bakiyye

    January 19, 2020 by Jungnet


    I want to share a sentece in Al Bakiyye Language. 

    Ꮦ, ⥌M↾ર ØΛƝ ჰŧ OᕴЙરᒍてર Ƒ..↾ ᒍӬ ৬રᛠλ. M〟 Ɲ ≾ЭⱱƆГ ৬ ⊲મ ౨ΛƝ⥌Λഥ. 

    Reading: Hû, Aamir Qaen ist oyñaralhayar fiiy lâ yartenç. Menin en sevdigi ya kayray Faenaaedır. 

    Hello, Aamir Khan is the best actor of the world. My favorite movie is Fanaa. 

    Hallo, Aamir Khan ist der besten Actor der Welt. Mein mein lieblingsfilm ist Fanaa.

    مرحباً ، عامر خان هو أفضل ممثل في العالم. فيلمي المفضل هو فناء

    ہیلو ، عامر خان دنیا کے بہترین اداکار ہیں۔ میری پسندیدہ فلم فنا ہے۔

    नमस्कार, आमिर खान दुनिया के सर्वश्रेष्ठ अभिनेता हैं। मेरी पसंदीदा फिल्म फना है।

    Merhaba, Aamir Khan dünyanın en iyi aktörüdür. En sevdiğim filmi Fanaa'dır.

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  • SuzaoOriNoavek62


    November 5, 2019 by SuzaoOriNoavek62

    Hi! Dont mind me, im new. 

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  • Kuthar


    October 21, 2019 by Kuthar

    I'm working on some conlangs an I'm trying to change some of the provided info from red to green but my inputs don't seem to change anything. How do I do it?

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  • TheMammothGod77

    I have been working on a new role play language which is trible. It is becoming more and more complex with the more speakers and words that are gain. I did help a little with a dielect of Star Wars Huttesse. I was more curious what language would sound if it was perfectly functional.

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  • RuslanTheTRTFan2007


    September 3, 2019 by RuslanTheTRTFan2007

    Rouslaniehi kiflendemaha- kiflendemah Rouslaniehi impiyrou. Ke 1564, Rouslaniehi kiflendemaha yuhjedrot razmiy kiflendemaha yqa Roulaniehi impiyrou. (Ruslanese language- language of the Ruslanese Empire. In 1564, Ruslanese language became the official language of the Ruslanese Empire.) Alphabet/Alapfit A (A) Ä (Schwa) B C D E F G H I J K Kk (q) L X M N O Õ p R S T U Ü V W Y Z

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  • FiurerCastellanos


    June 10, 2019 by FiurerCastellanos

    ¿Algún hispanoparlante en este sitio? ¿Alguien que hable castellano/español aquí?

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  • Granpa

    language structure

    April 21, 2019 by Granpa
    See also: Part of speech, Morphology, Grammatical category, and Ontology

    Verbs form the backbone of language and of reality itself.

    • An event is an instance of a verb in the same way that "John" is an instance of "human".

    Reality is made up of

    • Objects (nouns)
      • The attributes of an object are adjectives
    • Actions (verbs) which alter the attributes of objects
      • The attributes of an action are adverbs
    • Rules
      • Events cause other events according to precise rules.

    Objects and actions with similar attributes belong to the same type. Sometimes a type is just a single property (solid, liqid, gas). Common attributes are:

    • Location
    • Velocity
    • Type of motion
    • Size
    • Shape
    • Composition
    • Color
    • What is it a part of
    • What objects are part of it
    • Who owns it

    Objects are named for:

    • What action h…

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  • LanguageNinja5

    My Alien Conlang

    November 11, 2018 by LanguageNinja5

    Today I published some information about Łuko , my alien conlang. Take a look!

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  • Squidmanescape

    Is it possible to make a challenge?

    If so, does anyone want to do a challenge in which they deliberately try to create a language using specific features which they've never used in any other active language on this wiki?

    I ask this because I want to see who wants to do a challenge. I guess this may or may not be to anyone's favor.

    Some root ideas I have are:


    1. The phonological restraints on stops, fricatives, approximants and trills are changed so that the number of places of articulation has to be changed by at least two, and the number of manners of articulation has to be changed by at least three.

    2. The number of vowels (secondary articulation/syllabic consonant inclusive) has to be three to the power of three minus the fewest po…

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  • João "like rio" Dinis


    I'm Mordecai Mapper (João "like rio" Dinis one the wikia) and I'm trying to build up this language that it's Tribadic Mind.

    I need help from someone that knows a lot about Phonetics and Phoneology for helping me in the build up of the vowels, consoants and editing the alphabet. My main purpose is to make this language more close to Portuguese with a misture of English anf German.

    Hope I can recive help!

    Thanks for your atention,

    Mordecai Mapper

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  • Ælfwine

    Creating Fjallandic

    February 16, 2017 by Ælfwine

    Fjallandic is a partial worldbuilding/partial thought experiment on how a language or dialect of Old Norwegian might arise in (partial) isolation. Fjalland is a fictional region northeast of Trondheim that, like Elfdalian, preserves several extinct Old Norse features while innovating new features.

    Some of the features of Fjallandic are discussed below:

    Like Old Norse, Modern Fjallandic has only three regular vowels in unstressed positions – /a i u/. Most traces of Old Norse unstressed vowels have reduced to schwa or syncoped entirely. These new vowels are instead from sequences that contain two similar vowels and either a nasal consonant or a dental fricative in between. (This was taken from ED with permission.)

    Like Swedish and Norwegian, Fj…

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  • Ælfwine

    Creating Greenlandic

    December 24, 2016 by Ælfwine

    Mission: The goal is to construct a naturalistic, a-posteriori conlang, derived from 10th century Old Norse and spoken in Greenland, after centuries of isolation from mainland Europe but reoccurring contact with Native Americans. I intend there to be two main dialects, both of which correspond to the two major historical settlements in Greenland by the Norse: The Western Settlement and the Eastern Settlement. Because it is known that the Norse Greenlanders were in contact with the Inuit, I expect the language to be moderately influenced by that language, possibly taking in a number of loan words or grammatical features. However, I am hesitant to completely supplant the grammar of Greenlandic with that of the Inuit-Eskimo languages. As this…

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  • Landen Schmidt

    See on Conworld wiki -> [1]

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  • Televido

    English Like French?

    July 30, 2016 by Televido

    Some think English is like French with all their contorted spellings. But, notice the vowels or diphthongs in English words like tear, pear, and learn, as well as pour, tour, mouse, and sour. You get the picture. French isn't like this way. French is more consistent.

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  • Televido


    July 30, 2016 by Televido

    I'm learning Elefen.

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  • Televido


    July 30, 2016 by Televido

    I'm learning Lojban.

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  • Cask Of Armadillo

    Hey guys, it's almost time to start the Modern Slavlang Challenge!  (It starts a little bit after the proto-lang challenge ends) 

    Therefore, I'm reannouncing it so that it will show up under the popular blog posts.  (If there's a way to do that without creating a whole nother page, please let me know.

    Some things further down on this page have been changed from the original blog post, so please don't assume you know all rules of the challenge just because you read the other blog post.  These changes will be underlined.

    Also, if you would like to participate, PLEASE comment on this post along with the name of your language so I can add you to the list of entries.

    So, without further ado...

    The goal of this challenge is to create a modern languag…

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  • Eçeþesi

    My Username

    January 5, 2016 by Eçeþesi
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  • Gibberish Inspired

    This page deals with all Romance conlangs build by Gibberish Inspired.

    Gibberish Inspired (talk) 01:43, February 5, 2014 (UTC)

    These languages are either Non-Romance Italic languages or are Romance languages that have few indifferences from Latin to appropiately subcatagorize.

    Klatikan - Proto-Italic/Latin/Classical Greek

    -Klatikan is spoken in Antarctica.

    Ilathakoan - Proto-Italic

    -Ilathakoan is the language of Ilathakos, located in what is now Albania.

    Antarctican - Latin/Classical Greek

    Ropic - Latin

    -Ropic was spoken in italy. It's name, Ropan, translates as Roman.

    Chavimese - Latin

    -Chavimese is spoken in the Balkans.

    Jolacfeuan - Oil/Quebec French

    -Jolacfeuan is spoken in Quebec.

    Ponsic - Oil/Arpitan/Catalan

    -Ponsic is the language of Pons, located…

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  • Gibberish Inspired

    These are the conlangs made by Gibberish Inspired based after the Japanese language or some other Japonic language (etc. Ryukyuan, Pre-Kara)

    Gibberish Inspired (talk) 19:23, February 14, 2014 (UTC)

    Thomatan - Japanese/Greek

    -Thomatan is spoken in Greece.

    Gyan - Ryukyuan/Chinese

    -Gyan is spoken in China.

    Chantagongese - Japanese/Ryukyuan/Philippine/Formosan/Korean/Capondoan

    -Chantagongese is spoken in Korea.

    Katamakian - Japanese/Greek/Ainu

    Jowan - Japanese/Javanese/Dravidian

    -Jowan is spoken in Borneo & Java

    Sadanese - Japanese/Batak/Malay

    -Sadanese is spoken in Sumatra

    Kazingkuan - Japanese/Ryukyuan

    Okhutsk - Japanese/Chukchi/Yakut/Kamchatkan/Nivkh/Yukaghir

    -Okhustk is spoken by ocean travelling peoples of the Siberian sea of Okhutsk.

    Gornakan - Japanese…

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  • Gibberish Inspired

    These are the languages created by Gibberish Inspired that where based after any Germanic language or, indeed, Proto-Germanic itself.

    This now contains numeral charts for comparison purposes. In those tables, names written with an asterisk (*) are Original conlangs. All else are either natural languages or reconstructions.

    Loxowian is based after Upper German & Luxembourgish. It has a strong French influence that shows in its orthography. It's country is called Loxowy & it's located at and/or around Gascony.

    Laferish is based after Lombardic & "Middle Germanic."

    Lerinese is based after Lombardic & "Middle Germanic."

    Hipsinese is based after Upper German.

    Gastenovic is based after Upper German. It is influenced by Russian. Gastenovic is spoken in…

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  • Gibberish Inspired

    This is a list of Celtic languages made by Gibberish Inspired.

    Gibberish Inspired (talk) 01:46, February 22, 2014 (UTC)

    • Gaulish (not a Gi conlang)
      • Early Embean - 300s-1200s
        • Middle Embean - 1300s-1600s
          • Modern Embean - 1700s-today

    -Embean is influenced by Emaluan, a Finnic language.

    • Gaulish (not a GI conlang)
      • Early Pladisese - 700s-1500s
        • Modern Pladisese - 1600s-today

    -Pladisese is spoken in Germany. It heavily influenced by German. It is also influenced by Latin.

    • Gaulish (not a GI conlang)
      • Early Alpese - 800s-1600s
        • Modern Alpese - 1700s-today

    -Alpese is influenced by German. Alpese is closely related to both Lepontic & Noric.

    • Gaulish (not a GI conlang)
      • Early Plamean - 600s-1000s
        • Middle Plamean - 1100s-1700s
          • Modern Plamean - 1800s-today

    -Plamean is spoken in I…

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  • Gibberish Inspired

    This page is for a complete list of languages made by me. This page includes names, linguistic origin, Location, territory, drawn influences, a description of what the language has that motivates me in making it, & my motivation towards the languages creation. The full stories and information regarding phonology, grammar, & vocabulary are not mentioned here. A couple languages have been made, but I probably won't be doing them until I do some more easier to do languages. Suggestions on what language I should do next are currently wanted. You can use the talk page for this page or my talk page. New languages may be included at any time.

    Gibberish Inspired (talk) 13:30, February 4, 2014 (UTC)

    NOTE: The language count may not be correctly summe…

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  • The Kaufman

    Below are the rules and the order of the relay for the Germanic challenge. The text will be

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  • Cask Of Armadillo

    The goal of this challenge is to create a modern language descended from one of the following:

    • Old Church Slavonic
    • Old East Slavic
    • Proto-Slavic

    The sound changes may not be characteristic to any modern Slavic Language (or any language other than the three listed, for that matter).

    • The language must have its sound changes either listed on the page, have a link posted on the page, or be readily available to anyone who requests to see them.
    • There will be a required translation, given as soon as the challenge officially begins.
    • Starting before the start date is allowed, as long as it is not on the wiki.  Feel free to sketch out ideas on paper before the designated start date, but once again the wiki page must not be created until the official start da…

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  • Aschiffer186

    Proto-Lang Challenge

    September 26, 2015 by Aschiffer186



    Hello, in this challenge the goal is to create an a priori proto-language for a family of your choice. You must also make a list of sound changes to another language in that family (but you do not need to create that other language). The winner of course is the person who makes the most original, most creative, and most well developed language (well developness is important). There were be a required text, which will be announced on the date of the contest


    -The language may not have been started before the contest

    -The language must be entirely a priori

    • This means no loan words from another language

    -Phonology, Orthography, and Grammar must be listed on the site

    • There are no rules about what…
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  • Cask Of Armadillo

    The Signup Sheet

    September 22, 2015 by Cask Of Armadillo

    Hey guys, it's Koa.  I've created a signup sheet for all future challenges on the Constructed Language Wiki.  AFAIK (maybe not) I'll be in charge of this but acting under ED.  Therefore, as this is an official challenge schedule, it's imperitive that you add your name to the signup list or else you will not be allowed to host an official challenge.  AFAIK this is without exception (at least for now) to ensure that this runs smoothly.

    Since Septillion has expressed an interest in hosting a challenge, he will be allowed to sign up before midnight, but all other entries may not be posted until after 12:00 AM EST 9/23/15.  This will ensure fairness by allowing Septillion to call first dibs if he so chooses.

    The signup sheet is located here.

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  • Maxseptillion77

    Xenolang Challenge

    September 21, 2015 by Maxseptillion77


    The idea here is that you will create an a posteriori* language that does not come from Germanic, Romantic, or Slavic roots. This means no romlangs, germlangs, or slavlangs. The winner is the one who makes the most well-done, realistic, interesting, and/or unique language (in order of my personal values, but not necessarily the winning values). 

    (*) For reference, an a posteriori language is a language that is directly descended from another language via sound changes, semantic drift, and/or grammatical [d]evolution. 

    If I forget anything in regards to rules or anything else, please tell me.
    To sign-up for this challenge, simply post your acceptance on my talk or post a comment in the comments section
    If any rules are confusing or you …

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  • The Kaufman

    So, the challenge has already come to a close and it's time for voting. The voting lasts 2 weeks.

    The candidates are:

    • Boyait by Maxseptillion77
    • Idoburgish by The Kaufman
    • Karahien by Th1nkja1lbreak/Cask of Armadillo
    • Selingian by Elector Dark
    • Swamp Gothic by IHCOYC
    • Wexalian by Maxseptillion77

    The rules for voting, which are pretty much the same as those of AK's challenges, are:

    • All registered members of the community may vote, even those who didn't participate in the challenge.
    • All voters have three votes, which may be either positive (+) or negative (-).
    • Voters who submitted an entry may only vote for their own conlang once.
    • When you vote, you must provide a reason for your decision.
    • You may change your vote(s) at any time until the end of the voting pe…
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  • StillAWikiaContributor14


    September 5, 2015 by StillAWikiaContributor14

    Hi. You might wanna read my description. Currently working on the VERY EARLY stages of Esbnitt.

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  • Redwars22

    Hi i'm Redwars22. Stop calling me as Andalie!

    If anyone wants to create a language with me tell me via the chat or via my e-mail:

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  • Eçeþesi

    Now that the Romlang challenge has finally come to a close, voting shall begin!

    The candidates are:

    • Ambanian by Elector Dark
    • Cirtanian by Tee Seven
    • Italicys by Th1nkja1lbreak
    • Jerezian by Chei99
    • Lencva gi Soc by Narghargs
    • Leten sciionron by Greatbuddha
    • Prytannic by Blob doom
    • Standard Shax by Maxseptillion77
    • Vandalic by IHCOYC
    • Vishrian by Gibberish Inspired
    • Xarrano by Karta.sosial

    The rules for voting are:

    • All members of the community may vote, even those who did not submit an entry to the challenge.
    • All voters have three votes.
    • Votes may either be positive (+) or negative (-).
    • Voters who submitted an entry may only vote for their own conlang once.
    • When you vote, you must provide a reason for your decision; this helps others decide, and provides feedback to t…

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  • Televido


    July 15, 2015 by Televido


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  • Televido


    July 15, 2015 by Televido


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  • Televido

    Yeul 츨

    July 15, 2015 by Televido


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  • Televido

    July 15, 2015 by Televido

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  • Televido


    July 15, 2015 by Televido


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  • Televido

    Taung Wai

    July 15, 2015 by Televido

    Taung Wai

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  • Televido


    July 15, 2015 by Televido


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  • Televido

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  • Televido


    July 14, 2015 by Televido

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  • Televido


    July 14, 2015 by Televido

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  • Televido


    July 14, 2015 by Televido

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  • Televido


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  • Televido


    July 14, 2015 by Televido

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  • The Kaufman

    Germanic challenge

    June 17, 2015 by The Kaufman

    So the challenge is nearing its end. Also, I've included Boyait since I think it's worth including.

    The challenge ends on September 20, and the relay begins on the same day. Good hunting, bandits. (c)

    The rules are:

    1. Collaboration is allowed.
    2. The challang (challenge language) must have its sound changes listed on the page or on a subpage.
    3. Concerning the relay, I'll send the text to the first conlanger who has finished their challang.
    4. The sound changes must not be characteristic to NGermanic, as I don't want ending up accidentally creating a NGermanic lang (what I'd basically do otherwise).
    5. The challang can be derived from any of the Germanic languages except Middle and Modern English.
      1. The challang cannot be derived from a pre-existing Germanic con…
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  • Marek Szymonski

    Since we seem to be announcing our challenges ahead of time, I figured I'd go ahead and announce my idea for descendant lang challenge!

    The challenge will be to derive a new conlang descended from one of a list of conlangs presented (we can vote on which langs have sufficient quality, completion and detail to be used. A language must receive two votes other than the nominator's in order to be proposed- but if the nominator is the owner of the lang, you need three votes. Nevertheless, please consider nominating other languages instead of your own.) You must of course provide sound and grammatical changes as well as semantic shifts from the ancestor. Also, include some borrowings from the languages you did not derive your own lang from (I'd say…

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  • The Kaufman

    -Not important anymore as I think that I'll organize a Germanic challenge instead.-

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