Fictional languages are created, generally by an individual but sometimes by a group, and not intended primarily as a means of international communication (see International Auxiliary) but as a work of art, a component of a work of fiction, or a tool to study the workings of language. Also included may be attempts to resurrect dead languages, if there is a significant creative effort involved.
Argtxep: Concept of the Citadel
Texts, images and MP3 files of Silarg (constructed language) and Argpal (writing).
Constructed language derived in part from Japanese in Morioka Hiroyuki's book Seikai no Monshou.
Languages of Andal, Old Hyksos and Skerre from Boudewijn Rempt.
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.
Learn how to speak Etrer'aous, a language with simple grammar.
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.
The Gevey Language Resource
Gevey is a language spoken in the continent Ewlah on planet Kallieda, by Rik Roots.
An Introduction to Kēlen
An attempt by Sylvia Sotomayor to create a non-human language, one that violates language universals.
Language of the Dead
Glossary adapted from Stephen King's novels.
Created by Suzette Haden Elgin and used in her novels, this language explores gender roles and perceptions.
Mark Rosenfelder's Metaverse
The authors site on the conlang he has created and links to other resources.
A fusional conlang with its own script and history, authored by Reinhart Keim.
Planet Nazaea Series
Fictional world based on Startrek culture with conlangs developed by the author.
Qþyn|gài: A Polysynthetic Language
A constructed, fictional language with polysynthetic grammar, no irregularities and only one open lexical class.
Senu Yivokuchi - the Language of the Bokuchi
Grammar, phonology, dictionary, and glossary of linguistic terms.
Short Grammar of the Hattic Language
Hattic is a member of a fictional Kentum branch of Indo-European, created by Jan van Steenbergen.
Speaking in Tongues
Description of two constructed languages, Clalia and Fergiatuya.
Tokana Reference Grammar
Tokana also known as Sul Tokana is a model language, an invention of Matthew Pearson.
Toki Pona is a constructed language that favors simplicity over clarity. Includes lessons and a dictionary.
Toki Pona Language
A description of Toki Pona, including phonology, syntax and vocabulary.
Description of the author Tommaso R. Donnarumma's conlangs, Streich, Len-qic, Anawanda, Kluna, Gwalan, Ishtalo, Tymlk and Arden.
A variety of Romance spoken on an island west of France. Phonology, spelling, grammar, English-Tundrian dictionary, and texts.
S. Amposta's additions and translations to Vorlin.
Vozgian (Gŭor vŭozgašchai) is a fictional North-Slavic language. It plays a role in the alternate history project Ill Bethisad.
An agglutinative language created by Mark Rosenfelder, includes history and a script.
Wenedyk is what Polish could have looked like if it were a Romance language. It plays a role the alternative timeline of Ill Bethisad.
A fictional Germanic language, with accompanying culture and country, created by James Campbell.
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