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|Northern region of the central continent|
|Linguistic classification||Proto-Northern (†)|
Excerpt from the I Kronurum article mentioning the Northern family:
- The language known as I Kronurum (IK) is a part of the Northern Languages linguistic family, which populates the northern region of the central continent.
- Notwithstanding the several subgroups that have split from this branch at different stages, this Central Branch of the family has been studied as a continuity in which four main stages can be identified: Ancient IK (AIK), Old IK (OIK), Middle IK (MIK; together with Early-MIK, EMIK) and Modern IK (MoIK; together with Early-MoIK, EMoIK).
This is the language tree for the Northern Languages family
A preliminary sketch of the developement of some words.
An ancient loanword
The development of the word for the MIK marka, metal, a loan of disputed origin into the North-Northern branch, probably from a Paleo-Northern language.
|P-N (†) n/a||