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- An attempt to answer the question: what language might have evolved from Proto-Indo-European if Grimm's Law had been different? Inspired by Tolkein.
- Simple, regular langauge based on germanic langauges, spoken in the fictional utopian nation of Alphistia.
- Agglutinative language with pretty vertical script that looks like Mongolian.
- "Natural dialect" of Danovën.
- Logical language spoken by an alternate-history utopian subculture. Lots of detail and philosophy.
- Iconic language being developed at Stavanger University in Norway.
- Fictional language spoken by people of the fourth century BC on an island in the Mediterranean. Explanatory material is in Italian.
- A very regular language with a lot of Finnish-like cases and influences from
- Agglutinative language made to resemble Celtic, with such realistic features as a proto-language (Vle), vowel harmony, and irregular verbs. A pretty extensive dictionary is online.
[Christopher Reid Palmer]
- A regularized blending of French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, intended for communication between speakers of all Romance languages.
- Fictional language with accompanying culture and religion.
[Keolah the Seeker]
- According to its author, "just a wee-bit useless, especially in commerce". Tupik is the Russian word for "blind alley".
[Jon Walters (Ivan)]
- A first lesson in a language, with some vocabulary and lots of examples about dragons. Verbs come in two parts and the object goes between them.