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  • '''{{PAGENAME}}''' [ˈtæbɪʀ] is a Dravidian language without nasals. [[Category:Lõis]][[Category:Dravidian languages]]
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  • '''Kyravar Maři''' is a Dravidian language spoken in [[User:IlL/Lõis|Lõis]]'s Balkans and Austria. [[Category:Dravidian languages]]
    4 KB (619 words) - 04:29, 20 January 2017
  • ...rian]], spoken elsewhere in Southeast Asia and notable for its [[w:Semitic languages|Semitic]]-like word root system. ...]] language somewhat like many [[w:Indo-European languages|Indo-European]] languages, which inflected verbs for person, number, [[w:animacy|animacy]], tense, an
    11 KB (1,673 words) - 07:22, 2 April 2017
  • ...yet unique.''' Aipán ought to have features unheard of in current natural languages, yet still within reason. There must be something special in the way that t even more special or unique down the road, serving as a foundation for languages that its creator and others can develop.
    7 KB (919 words) - 08:08, 27 October 2018
  • We propose that the world would be better off with ~ 15 Universal Languages. ...nguage for everyone in the zone, but an artificial creation unlike natural languages. It is a kind of neutral meeting ground, a no-man's land. Nevertheless, f
    14 KB (1,878 words) - 11:15, 12 April 2019
  • |child1=[[Alpian languages|Alpian]] |child2=[[Carpathian languages|Carpathian]]
    19 KB (2,588 words) - 08:48, 20 August 2018
  • ...s later became -[i]t and then the -t was dropped all together. I looked at languages like Welsh and Norse, dropped the -i and developed an i-mutation rule. I ad ...a non-human species created by mankind as a social experiment, and only 6 languages were used. In its new incarnation, humans were the inhabitants and the orig
    29 KB (4,637 words) - 03:07, 20 January 2017