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  • Argtxep: Concept of the Citadel - Texts, images and MP3 files of Silarg (constructed language) and Argpal (writing).
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  • Baronh - Constructed language derived in part from Japanese in Morioka Hiroyuki's book Seikai no Monshou.
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  • Constructed Languages - Languages of Andal, Old Hyksos and Skerre from Boudewijn Rempt.
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  • Da Mätz se Basa: A Lost Germanic Language - A constructed, fictional, aposteriori language based on Modern High German with many influences from Afrikaans, Indonesian, Mandarin, and other natural languages.
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  • Esata - A new International Personal Language - Esata is a compromise between English and other world languages. [PDF]
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  • Etrer'aous - Learn how to speak Etrer'aous, a language with simple grammar.
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  • Fukhian - Fukhian is a constructed, fictional language. It is an agglutinating human language which is totally regular, also featuring a unique script. The language is inspired by Finnish, Turkish, Arabic and Devanagari.
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  • Galactic Phrasebook - Online dictionary lookup in the languages of Star Trek, Star Wars, and the novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
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  • The Gevey Language Resource - Gevey is a language spoken in the continent Ewlah on planet Kallieda, by Rik Roots.
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  • An Introduction to Kēlen - An attempt by Sylvia Sotomayor to create a non-human language, one that violates language universals.
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  • Irsonos - Towards a quantum language of non-differentiation - the "rheomode" linguistic concept developed by David Bohm.
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  • Language of the Dead - Glossary adapted from Stephen King's novels.
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  • Láadan - Created by Suzette Haden Elgin and used in her novels, this language explores gender roles and perceptions.
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  • Mark Rosenfelder's Metaverse - The authors site on the conlang he has created and links to other resources.
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  • Nirdaen - A fusional conlang with its own script and history, authored by Reinhart Keim.
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  • Planet Nazaea Series - Fictional world based on Startrek culture with conlangs developed by the author.
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  • Qþyn|gài: A Polysynthetic Language - A constructed, fictional language with polysynthetic grammar, no irregularities and only one open lexical class.
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  • Senu Yivokuchi - the Language of the Bokuchi - Grammar, phonology, dictionary, and glossary of linguistic terms.
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  • Short Grammar of the Hattic Language - Hattic is a member of a fictional Kentum branch of Indo-European, created by Jan van Steenbergen.
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  • Speaking in Tongues - Description of two constructed languages, Clalia and Fergiatuya.
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  • Tokana Reference Grammar - Tokana also known as Sul Tokana is a model language, an invention of Matthew Pearson.
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  • Toki Pona - Toki Pona is a constructed language that favors simplicity over clarity. Includes lessons and a dictionary.
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  • Toki Pona Language - A description of Toki Pona, including phonology, syntax and vocabulary.
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  • TRD's Conlangs - Description of the author Tommaso R. Donnarumma's conlangs, Streich, Len-qic, Anawanda, Kluna, Gwalan, Ishtalo, Tymlk and Arden.
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  • Tundrian Language - A variety of Romance spoken on an island west of France. Phonology, spelling, grammar, English-Tundrian dictionary, and texts.
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  • Vorlin Language - S. Amposta's additions and translations to Vorlin.
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  • Vozgian - Vozgian (Gŭor vŭozgašchai) is a fictional North-Slavic language. It plays a role in the alternate history project Ill Bethisad.
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  • Wede:i - An agglutinative language created by Mark Rosenfelder, includes history and a script.
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  • Wenedyk - Wenedyk is what Polish could have looked like if it were a Romance language. It plays a role the alternative timeline of Ill Bethisad.
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  • Zolidmatters: Jameld - A fictional Germanic language, with accompanying culture and country, created by James Campbell.
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