What's this all about:
Vrkhazhian: Artlang, highly fusional, weakly agglutinative; altworld oriention.
- http://www.frathwiki.com/%CA%BEA%C5%A1d ... %B5a%C5%BE
Zirka: Codelang / artlang; a right-to-left rune/glyph-based language. While it is largely a language "cast" (or "mask"?), it has its own simple grammar. The author hopes to eventually make it a true conlang that stands on its own.
Most of my invented languages don't have a thread here. All of these are a priori except where otherwise noted, although some take inspiration from natlang phonologies or alphabets.
- Hecathver/Häħadhvar (2012): fusional, tripartite alignment (ergative identical to nominative except for personal pronouns), no genders, three numbers (3rd is mass plural). My main conlang and the only one I'm fluent in, currently counting about 1,000 words, mainly created from low-level wannabe jokes (take a word in a natlang, change it a bit so it looks Hecathver, and then give it the exact opposite meaning or one that is related in a "fun" way). Has a nice conscript.
- Hajás (2016): made to look a bit like Hungarian, harmonic, agglutinative (only up to 2 root morphemes), uses a lot of suffixes for pretty much anything. Has a badass conscript based on stylish curved lines.
- Híntrené (late 2013): Norse-looking phonology and spelling, three classes of verbs (static, dynamic and modal/auxiliar), seven cases and no genders, but words are declined differently depending on their ending. Marks noun definition synthetically. Made to have historically had a distinction between long and short vowels that has now collapsed into entirely different sounds, primarily diphthongs. Spoken in a Legend of Zelda-based conworld, Híntren, for which I'm currently developing a video game (outside the CBB I'm a computer programmer).
- Emagnás (2013): a conlang with ejectives, a very strict word order, 5 cases, 2 numbers (definite, used after a numeral, and indefinite, used alone), and 4 declensions depending on the word ending (-es, -um, -V and everything else). I abandoned it because most of the times it's incredibly difficult to remember the correct word order (it changes a lot depending on what meaning you need to convey). Still this feature is the coolest one to me.
- Ranse (2014): my first attempt at a polysynthetic conlang. It features monosyllabic roots, mostly with no pre-determined part-of-speech assigned (they can be nouns, adjectives, verbs or adverbs depening on context and position); the meaning of words is thus determined by their syllables. I didn't take into account, though, that dividing a word in syllables isn't very easy if there is no rule regarding how syllables can be formed in the first place, so I ended up adding lots and lots of apostrophes to mark syllable boundaries and then abandoned it altogether.
- Darezh (2016): latest attempt at a polysynthetic conlang, but this one has strict rules as to how syllables can be formed, thus it works much better than Ranse. The rest is pretty much the same as for Ranse itself, I even recycled most of the dužbet'i (ideograms for roots) and the entire rajmbet'i system (alphabet for endings, kind of like okurigana). Used to have clicks, but I can't pronounce them well, so I recycled their characters for a bunch of affricates instead.
- Simpel (2017): work in progress isolating language with little to no concept of inflection. No gender, number, tense, mood or anything like that, except aspects (might get rid of those soon). By pure coincidence it uses all and only the 26 letters of the Latin alphabet.
- I have lots of other conlangs that are currently work-in-progress or anyways not complete enough to be listed here, namely Lynel, Ergar, Marsål (spoken on Mars), Vuida (based on Finnish), Akhref (based on Arabic) and Noxhívar (I lost the folder with all its data, should have been cognate with Hecathver). Finally, there is my first ever conlang, dating back to 2003 (I was 8), Fratedegnolo (pathetic name based off "francese" - French, "tedesco" - German and "spagnolo" - Spanish, the three languages it derives its lexicon from). It's mostly complete garbage since I wasn't very good with languages back then.
Tirina: Artlang (2004/2012); agglutinative; geopoetical orientation.
- CWS pages are here, but be aware some information is outdated (especially the phonology stuff)
Lortho ['loɾ.tʰo]: a priori Artlang, agglutinating, N-A, VSO word order; geopoetical orientation: exoplanet.
My conlangs are (updated):
Wingzul, Tnuoangkħăo, Thukurr, The new Mpu languages, Ssamaritians, Pigeonese, Qxomsa’, Njupwaorsri, Ndjennyonhsonni, Ndoqndoqtan, Liŋwa Romã̄sa, Lhurritsch, Kït-tèh, Jjyorqtung, Haokngam, Fes’santi, Eraswanti, É Čaššáte Ñoüngpó, Dœge, Chickenscratch, Birdish, Bartalonian, Atweryašmi, An unnamed Vietic language, An unnamed Slavic language, An unnamed Mon-Khmer language, An unnamed Malayo-Polynesian language, An unnamed Germanic language, An unnamed English creole
Buruya Nzaysa: Diachronic artlang, Edastean (2008); mostly isolating, but with fusional polypersonal agreement on auxiliary verbs; AuxSOV; nominative-accusative; collaborative conworld Akana.
- (Created as a protolanguage for a reconstruction game. Since it hasn't been reconstructed by the other team yet, the documentation of this language is still secret.)
Himmaswa: Artlang (1998); mainly isolating/analytic, topic prominent, vaguely SE Asian-inspired, with logographic script; 2000+ words.
- http://www.incatena.org/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=40025 (ZBB, contains some old information)
- http://cbbforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=4392 (CBB Teach & Share thread)
- http://www.incatena.org/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=42373 (ZBB, more detailed)
- http://cbbforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4153 (CBB, less detailed)
- http://cbbforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4404 (language)
- http://cbbforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=4395 (country)
Ook: Minimalistic artlang (2015), a priori, strongly non-concatenative, topic first.
- http://cbbforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4551 (less detailed)
- http://cbbforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=3070 (less detailed)
Otvei: Artlang (2016); agglutinative, nom-acc alignment, featural syllabic alphabet.
Drún: artlang (2010), erg-abs isolating lang; native script; geopoetical orientation: Drunworld.
Mira: artlang (2015), nom-acc agglutinating lang, lots of derivational morphology, intended to be vaguely Uralic in feel; native script no longer used, written in Drunscript; geopoetical orientation: Drunworld.
Drunworld languages: less developed neighbours of the above include Eyþï, Žilèði, and Kixaḷi, all spoken on the Drunworld.
Queranaran: Artlang, Daine (1980s/2000s); geopoetical orientation: The World.
- Frath Wiki article
- Languages of The World
- Frath Wiki article
- Languages of The World
- Frath Wiki article
- Languages of The World
- Frath Wiki article
- Languages of The World
- Frath Wiki article
- Concise Tabulation of Cornovian
- https://elemtilas.deviantart.com/art/Ru ... -737431812
- https://www.reddit.com/r/neography/comm ... f_sinnang/
- http://world.conlang.org/images/thumb/9 ... _Runes.jpg
Shonkasika: artlang (2013); nom-acc, mostly agglutinative.
Asta: a priori, minimal phonology, agglutinative-polysynthetic, nominals marked for possession, number, noun class and case (adverbial vs. non-adverbial), polypersonal marking, ergativity, rigid transitivty of verb roots, verb-initial tendencies, causative and applicative voices but no passive, culturally semi-neolithic remnants of an advanced civilisation left on an island in a world of oceans.
Hoskh: artlang (2015); no single dominant word order, active alignment on verbs, otherwise nom-acc, large phonetic inventory, suffixaufnahme, umlaut & lenition in evidence. Geopoetical orientation: fantasy conworld, spoken primarily by the mountain dwelling Hoskh people and also some other nearby folks.
Caelian (2014): agglutinative/fusional, nonconcatenative, large phoneme inventory (29 consonant phonemes, 10 vowel phonemes + 14 diphthongs) SOV word order with quadriliteral roots, nom-acc alignment, 28 nominal cases and a quite complex verbal system with inflection after subject and object. Distantly related to Yélian (about as close as Spanish and Persian).
Yélian: nom-acc, agglutinative, three cases on nouns, left-branching, prepositional, mainly SVO (OV in passive, or with object pronouns SOV), seven phonemic vowels, 16 phonemic consonants and mainly remarkable for extensive verbal prefixing.
- CBB article on Yélian
- German - Yélian dictionary, ab 3,200 entries
- A remarkable list of example sentences
Bløjhvåtterskyll: Artlang (2015); well developed grammar; ±1500 words.
- Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFUyAa ... WrRo5R-fUw
Boralian: Artlang (2015); geopoetical orientation: alternate world / history set in Ílborail, an island of the North Sea.
Jutean: VSO, Austronesian Alignment, mostly analytical with some inflections, "pseudo" split-s-ergativity, three noun classes and five moods, no tense or voice distinction. 1282 dictionary entries, 113 translation samples.
Lonmai Luna/Liunan: Analytic, SVO, prepositional, right-branching, spoken by both human beings and long-longs; 2000+ words.
- http://zh.8thworld.wikia.com/wiki/呂南語 -- Introduction page (in Chinese)
- http://conworkshop.info/view_language.php?l=LML -- Introduction page on CWS
- http://zh.8thworld.wikia.com/wiki/呂南語語法 -- I have written a shorter introduction of the grammar of Lonmai Luna (in Chinese)
Õtari: Artlang (2010 et seq); a priori; nom-acc; analytic; features noun classifiers, and much valence adjustment; transitive clause: SVO; intransitive clause: SV/VS. Proto-language for Lemohai. Geopoetical orientation: Tekuo conworld. 850 words.
- Grammar pdf: http://tekuo.conlang.org/otari/
Kankonian: Artlang (1996); a priori, agglutinative/analytical; geopoetical orientation: the planet of a spacefaring people of the Lehola Galaxy; lexicon has now 73000 words! Yes, my friends, 73% of the way towards a six figure sum! even closer to that golden sum of 1 lakh!!!!!! Yay!
I've worked on quite a few languages previously, but only one at the moment, and so:
Alál: Artlang; a priori; highly synthetic; heavy compounding, infixation, and reduplication; marks tense and direction of motion along spatio-temporal axes. Geopoetical orientation: spoken by a spacefaring culture in contact with an alternate Earth.
Géarthnuns: Artlang (19xx); a priori, agglutinative; geopoetical orientation: island in the Sea of Japan.
Iroko: Artlang, agglutinative, tripartite-alignment, double-marking, VOS word order.
Shintæmild, concieved about two to three years ago (2017-2018), is an abandoned conlang (probably was supposed to be vaguely naturalistic, but I'm not sure) that was mainly completed except for vocabulary and some of grammatical features that back then haven't come up yet, and is not connected to any kind of conworld. It's synthetic, head-final, and the word order is SVO; it has undefined phonotactics. It had a lot of similarities with English and Russian, the two languages that I speak relatively fluently. It is not currently available online.
la at tea, conceived and then finished in 2019, is an artlang/personal lang, and is what I would call a "supplementary language", because it is highly specialized and isn't meant to be used for communication all on its own, rather, just for clarifying things it's hard/impossible to say in another language. It started out from a conscript, is head-final and zero-marking, and the word order is SVO; the writing system is partly featural and partly a logography.
- It's currently fully available online in Russian, but with way less technical words and no IPA; a full entry/post/whatever here does not exist yet, but might.
Søsøzatli: Engelang (2013); a not very naturalistic experiment on many things.
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Çuvvaccoçim: Artlang (2009); fusional, Austronesian-type alignment; geopoetical orientation
Mithara: Artlang (2009); polysynthetic; geopoetical orientation.
Vtayn: Artlang; fusional and somewhat agglutinative; geopoetical orientation: Rkuom.
Dijo: Mostly isolating a priori personal language with OSV order (2016); logographic script.
The aim is to make a usable language to teach to a small indeterminate group and create a very small community that can aid with expansion of the language.
Its purpose is an exploration of language creation to gain knowledge and understanding in the art.
Bàsupan (2017): agglutinative, largely SOV word order with tri-consonantal roots, complex nominative-ergative alignment, pharyngeal consonants, an extensive comparative system, and a native script. Bàsupan is widely spoken in mainland Bàsupan, and a prestige language of the region surrounding it.
Lohondla (2018): fusional, largely SOV word order with a synactic ergative alignment, pronominal split-S alignment, and nominal nominative alignment with object pronouns infixing in verbs and more than a dozen ways to negate a verb.
I have plenty of other, very incomplete conlangs such as Rh'ae, Brythónnyc Claire, Oddúhath Claire, Molvanian, Stellendor, Chavajau, Kou (Äshollkovsi), and Koe'ez. These may be posted here in the future if they develop to the point they can be considered a conlang.
Rireinutire: Artlang (2011); a priori & mostly e posteriori; nominative-accusative alignment, SOV, agglutinative, head-final, pro-drop, four genders (rational, feminine, masculine, inanimate), plural only marked in pronouns, 12 noun cases, telicity distinction in object cases, 5 vowels & 12 consonants, native syllabary.; geopoetical orientation: Rireinu, the homeworld of a spacefaring civilisation somewhere in the Milky Way galaxy. 4000+ words.
- https://www.dropbox.com/s/cpe3nljam10l6 ... u.xls?dl=0
Griuskant: Heartlang/personal language (2014); agglutinative, SVO, direct trigger, head-final, alphabetic conscript; geopoetical orientation: conworld language.
Bargazian: Artlang; Indo-European; spoken in central Russia; forms its own branch of IE
Rodinian: Auxlang (though feels more like an Artlang!) (2006); intended for international communications
Kâzaron: Artlang (2015); somewhere between fusional and agglutinative; SOV. Japanese influenced grammar. About 125 words so far and 30 phonemes.
The Languages of the World of Fuhe:
Fuheko: Graftlang of Japanese and Finnish (no IRL lang exists in the WoF)
Karèwaho: Fuheko with additional Korean and Hungarian grafts. Critically Endangered.
Lumubuhudåg: Dialect continuity. Proto-Fuhean with heavy "Idägian"substrate. Idägian is a graftlang of Ainu, Sami and Samoyedic
The Prophetess' Tongue: Sacred Language. NHG and Spanish Inspired
ɣø: Family: Priori. Sinitic-inspired
Classical Momucharusumuko/Momčalsumai: Priori, Isolate. Inspired by PIE, Ancient Greek, Latin, OHG, NHG. Extinct.
Wanian Family: Priori. Inspired by Austronesian
Shaniija: Inspired by Javanese
Samholamhöwan: Inspired by Various Eastern Indonesian languages
Sawaan: Inspired by Tagalog, Formosan Languages, Samoan
Hafaaatan: Same as above, but with Malagasy
Sáhötan'ővan: Inspired by Polynesian languages
Shäkå̀wawan: Inspired by Malay
Kamatakatìtongasöntà Koine: Same as above, with Sama-Bajau
Thǎm Jẽi Pòu: Priori. Isolate. Tibetan-Inspired
Árrungi: Priori. Arrungian Family. Pama-Nyugan Inspired.
T̟alīf: Priori. Isolate. Pama-Nyugan and Semitic inspirations.
M'aillys: Graftlang of Russian, Welsh and Breton. Isolate, possible link with Momčalsumai.
Tasarian: Priori. Family. Latin and Romance Inspired
Bilan: Priori. Isolate. Basque-Inspired
Kirmitite: Priori. Unknown affiliation. Coptic-Inspired.
Chóonak'íit: Priori. Unknown affiliation. Navajo-Inspired
Ruby-and-Sapphire: Priori. Codename. Family. Inspired by languages of Caucasus
Daa Sevǔihk: Priori. Koine of the Sevǔihkian languages. Dravidian-Inspired
M̟oḩaic: Priori. Family, possible link with Idägian. Inspired by languages of Caucasus.
Shàt: Priori. Chaskian Family. Cushitic, Semitic and Dravidian inspired.
'ohtęk'r̄tṛm'm̄tłeš : Priori. Peninsularian family. Navajo and Iroquois Inspired
Pášmeit Àskhài Latx'eùn: Priori. Last survivor of Pashic. Nahuatl and Jacaltec inspired.
Sílómán: Prori. Omanic Family. Turkic as Fluid-S
Ngǂamian Family: Priori. Nguni Inspired
Eroki Gǂama: Nguni as Split-s
Ūnǂàma: Nguni/Khoesan inspired
Nnaçmàa-yà: Priori. Isolate, possible Para-Ngǂamian. Volta–Niger, English, Ubykh inspirations.
Pieveian: Artlang (2016); Western Romance language, spoken in Switzerland
Sĩburãw: Grammatical and logographic writing system. It is not a spoken language. It uses ideograms, but it can be written with kanji and katakana as well.
Nillahimma: Artlang (2015); polysynthetic, weakly ablauting, exploratory.
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Faloch: experimental language; West Germanic posteriori, diachronic experiment; geopoetical orientation: althistorical setting; evolved from old high German around 1300AD.
Old Albic: Artlang (2001); VSO/head-initial, agglutinating > fusional, active, fluid-S; geopoetical orientation The Elvenpath
Waku: Analytic conlang; ergative-absolutive, VSO / OVS.
- http://xingoxa.net/bw-index -- links to grammar, lexicon, dialogues
Tnaap: Artlang, small phoneme inventory (12 phonemes), polysynthetic, VSO, fluid-s active alignment, abugida script.