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This site is being evacuated, due to the extended period of downage. We are instead moving to the more stable host Linguifex. Work is under way importing and adapting the wiki to our needs. We'd therefore be truly happy should you decide to export your language there! :D

All the best, /Waahlis.png Waahlis and the rest of the administration.

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November

As of 2012-11-12 This wiki is being evacuated and moved to the new domain www.linguifex.com. Just pack your things and move with us!

June
  • Comlang: Cooperation.png A few dedicated users are right now constructing the wiki's first ever community conlang, or "comlang"! Why not stop by to see how the work is progressing, and if there's something you can do to help?
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Rangyayo (琅野語) is the native language of the Rangyan people and an official language of the East Asian island nation of Rangya. It is currently classified as a language isolate but could has proposed ties to the hypothetical Altaic language family. Rangyayo is notable for its mixed-logographic and featural orthography, agglutinative grammar and organic mixture of native and Sinitic vocabulary.
Type Alignment Head-direction Tonal Declension Conjugation
Agglutinating Nominative-accusative Final Yes Case Number Voice Mood Person
Definiteness Gender Number Tense Aspect
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Rangyayo (琅野語) is the native language of the Rangyan people and an official language of the East Asian island nation of Rangya. It is currently classified as a language isolate but could has proposed ties to the hypothetical Altaic language family. Rangyayo is notable for its mixed-logographic and featural orthography, agglutinative grammar and organic mixture of native and Sinitic vocabulary.
Type Alignment Head-direction Tonal Declension Conjugation
Agglutinating Nominative-accusative Final Yes Case Number Voice Mood Person
Definiteness Gender Number Tense Aspect
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Create a Language!

Do you want to create a language? It can take a lot of work to make it presentable but the results are often amazing! To make your own language you need to decide on:

  • The phonology - the sounds of the language.
  • The grammar - the framework of the language.
  • The vocabulary - the words and dictionary of the language.

Enter a title in the box below to start creating your language.

For more information on linguistics see our guide and the linguistics section.
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The Kihā́mmic translation of the Lord's Prayer!
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Create a Word!

The Conlang Wiki houses not just your language, but a dictionary similar to Wiktionary, Contionary. Here you can create and share the vocabulary and details of your constructed language! Add the "Contionary:"-prefix to your word, mind the capitalisation and get going!

For more information on the Contionary, see our words and introduction!
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Contionary word

grã / ˈgɾɐ̃ / Lôppic n f

  1. (countable) war
  2. (uncountable) warfare
  3. (countable) fight (hyperbolic)



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