|Created by||Andrej Schütz (aka Ashucky)|
|Native speakers||- (2013)|
|Writing system||native, adapted Latin|
Laefêvëši (also known as Celestial Laefêvëši or Ascended Laefêvëši) is an a priori highly agglutinative language. It features extensive nominal and verbal systems, with a rather large phonology as well. It is supposed to be spoken in a conworld called Olilónien. The language is written in its own script, an alphabet (which is akin to the Latin script on Earth).
The origins of the language date back to 2003, with major changes in grammar and vocabulary in 2012 - the version of the language used prior to the changes is now known as Classical Laefêvëši and it is an obsolete form. The version of the language that arose from the changes is now called Celestial Laefêvëši and it is the only version used. Initially intended to be a descendant language from the old version, it has since then taken an almost entirely new form. Most of the vocabulary has been changed, as well as several changes in phonology and orthography, altered nominal and adverbial systems, and the verbal system having been nearly completely overhauled.
|Plosive||Plain||p b||t d||k ɡ|
|Geminate||p: b:||t: d:||k: ɡ:|
|Fricative||Plain||f v||θ ð||s z||ʃ ʒ||ɧ||x ɣ|
|Geminate||f: v:||θ: ð:||s: z:||x:|
|Flap or tap||ɾ|