An a posteriori language (from Latin a posteriori - from the later), according to Louis Couturat, is any constructed language whose elements are borrowed or based on existing languages, as opposed to the a priori languages.
This category has the following 28 subcategories, out of 28 total.
- Caryatic (1 P, 2 F)
- Finnic languages (4 P)
- Khelvmish (1 C)
- Proto-Seftaic (1 C)
- Ret̒foyi (3 C)
- Takkenit (1 C, 1 P)
- Uralic languages (2 C, 5 P)
- Zemljask (8 C, 1 P)
Pages in category "A posteriori"
The following 90 pages are in this category, out of 90 total.