List of conlangs

List of conlangs

(Families in italics are fictional. “Generations” are given by when I made each language, they don’t bear any relation to in-history timelines).

Aiedain

Family: Aiedain.
Generation: 6th.
Varieties: 2: (Modern) Aiedain (Aiedain seath) and Old Aiedain (Talea aiedian seadh).
Writing system: Aiedain script (Kivea aiedainnar).

Alisne

Family: Lisnäit.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Xiké.

Bartxe

Family: Bartxe.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Calacalá / CLCL’Family: Calacalá.
Generation: 1st.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Calasifál,Calasifáp and two Roman orthographies (one with vowels and another without).

D’elye

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Damlé Mýný / Swams

Family: Mizuic.
Generation: 8th.
Varieties: No. Damlé Mýný may be considered a Mizuyu dialect.
Writing system: Chinese characters and Hangul.

Dongh

Family: Germanic, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Efanyó

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Efenol

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: 2: (Modern) Efenol (Efenol modhên) and Old Efenol (Epheinol vigh). In addition to that, there are many Efenol dialects which differ in the pronunciation of some words.
Writing system: Latin script.

Eharthen

Family: Tehya.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Kirthai and Kirthai dunar.

Elirba

Family: Elir.
Generation: 7th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Elir script (Elirnäquä).

Fein

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: 2: Fein proper (Fein komun) and Fen (Fen delii).
Writing system: Latin script.

Hahdek

Family: Tengesia.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Sibaz (Sipfe).

Ifánico

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Ilbaló

Family: Ilbaluan.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Bithobal.

Inaí

Family: Pitá-inaí.
Generation: 7th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Inlush

Family: Germanic, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Kenvei

Family: Kenvei.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Sinte.

Leoné

Family: Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 7th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Lindavor

Family: Italic, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Alaved.

Lisnäit

Family: Lisnäit.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Sikäitt.

Lün

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: Many dialects differing only in pronunciation.
Writing system: Latin script.

Lynn

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: 3: Old Lynn (Lync), Eastern Lynn (Estlynn) and Western Lynn (Lyn Talost).
Writing system: Latin script.

Lyun

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script. Arabic abjad may be used as well.

Mëntinlan

Family:
Generation: 1st.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Mëntinpiky.

Minmá

Family: Minmá.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Mizuyu

Family: Mizuic.
Generation: 8th.
Varieties: Classical Mizuyu (Misuŋyu, Gäden Misugyu), Northern Mizuyu (Davimizuyu) and Southern Mizuyu (Kigamishui). Swams (Damlé Mýný) may be considered either a fourth Mizuyu variety or a language on its own.
Writing system: Chinese characters and Japanese Kana characters.

Narçer


Family: Germanic, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 7th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Naupali / Qenëwp’äylë

Family: Naupali..
Generation: 8th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Nisa

Family: Indoeuropean.
Generation: 6th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Nisan script (Nisas) and Cyrillic.

Nust

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Nystrr

Family: Hispanic, Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 2nd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script. Futhark (Germanic runes) may be used as well.

Pitá Ruqaha

Family: Pitá-inaí.
Generation: 7th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script, 2 distinct orthographies.

Qiye-Zempa

Family: Tengesia.
Generation: 6th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: (Full) Sibaz (Syuvau)

Romanice

Family: Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: Rural speech tends to use the verb istar (to stand) as stative to be. In addition to this, elision is extremely popular in some regions while it’s seldom used (other than in short words) in others.
Writing system: Latin script.

Seldon

Family: Seldon.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Sohosi

Family: Sohosi.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Sohosi Hieroglyphs (Sohosi a sowego), Sohosi Demotic (Sohosi a sowehu).

Sôsh

Family: Sohosi.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Spaele

Family:
Generation: 1st.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Piumafonte, Runei, Runei noviei, JRR Tolkien’s tengwar.

Taleane Raineri / Royal Language

Family:
Generation: 6th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Taleane Raineri.
Written-only.

Tecya

Family: Tehya.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Hirtau.

Tengoko / Wir

Family: Tengoko*.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Old Kar (Kyokar), Sibaz, New Kar (Qyokar).
*Tengoko is the ancestor of all Tengesia languages, but it’s not a Tengesia language itself, just as Latin isn’t considered to be a Romance language.

Theng-thun

Family: Tengesia..
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: New Kar (Khá).

Tighaia

Family: Tehya.
Generation: 5th.
Varieties: 2: Proto-Tehya( and Tighaia proper.
Writing system: Proto-Kirthai (for Proto Tehya) and Old Kirthai (Tighaia).

Tonoryu

Family: Tengesia..
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Sibaz (Sibaj).

Triband (Common) Language

Family: In-story ancient auxlang.
Generation: 6th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Native Triband script, RGB mapping, Roman transcription, Staff Notation.
This language is based in electromagnetic waves instead of sound.

Xenechen

Family: Tengesia.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: New Kar (Karu). Katakana may also be used.

Xpanī

Family: Romance, Indoeuropean.
Generation: 7th.
Varieties: 3: Xpanī Kontinental Ispanī Bałar and Xpanī garabī.
Writing system: Slightly modified Arabic abjad except for Ispanī Bałar which is writen in Roman letters only.

Yanglish: Britanian, Walch & Londinan

Family: Romance, Indoeuropean (Brtanian and Londinan); Germanic, Indoeuropean (Walch).
Generation: 4th (Britanian), 6th (Walch and Londinan).
Varieties: 3: Yanglish or Britanian, Yanglish-G or Walch and Yanglish-R or Londinan.
Writing Latin script with the exception of Britanian which uses Futhark runes. Futhark may be used for Walch as well.

Yqende

Family: Yqende.
Generation: 4th.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Latin script.

Zissiten

Family: Tengesia.
Generation: 3rd.
Varieties: No.
Writing system: Hevil and Sibaz.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: