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|Spoken natively in||Rathstead|
|Native speakers||3,040,000 (1870 OY)|
|Writing system||Latin, modified|
Map showing areas where Anathic is spoken as a native language (dark grey) and as a common second language (striped).
Anathic (Á h-Ænæþ, pronounced /oɑ̆ ˈhanaθ/) is an a priori artlang influenced by Old English, the Celtic languages and the West Scandinavian languages. Anathic is the most widely spoken language in Ór (Anathic: Á h-Ór), a fictional continent. It is the native language of approximately 660,000 people leaving in Rathstead, the desert region in the south-west. It is spoken as a minority language across many other regions where it is also often taught as a second language.
|Plosive||p b||t d||k g|
|Fricative||f v||θ ð||s||(ʃ)||x ɣ||h|
(Allophones in parentheses)
Monophthongs and long vowels