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.
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"Kitty Pidgin", also known as "lolcat" and "lolspeak" is the idiosyncratic English dialect used to humorous effect on the images generically known as "LOLCATS".
Klingon is an artificial language originally created for the television and motion-picture series Star Trek. It represents one of the rare times when a trained linguist has been called upon to create a language for a fictional culture. Klingon was invented by Marc Okrand, who is recognized as the true authority on the language. It is propagated primarily by the Klingon Language Institute and its members. It is probably the most commonly spoken fictional language in existence.