Constructed languages


 

Many constructed languages don’t exist for a long period of time. Some of them just change their names. Others change the names of their numbers. That is way there is a posibility that some of languages in my collection had already changed. I wrote down languages at that moment when I saw it or when I got it over e-mail. I will keep all languages in my collection. Also those which are "short lived". In my collection of numbers I also have those kind of languages which are not in use any more. Some of them have changed their name, others some numbers. In both cases I include them in my collection with notice: “transfer”. You can inform me about every change.

There are 5473 (5287 constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages and 212 their dialects (but in 4600 constructed languages and 201 their dialects the known all numbers from 1 to 10, in other 652 constructed languages and 11 dialects from which I don’t have all numbers to 10), 13 constructed languages is transfered their name. I wrote you which constructed languages (in which they have numbers from 1-10) I have. But my collection is changing all the time. None of down written conlangs and other languages are mine, but I all got them over internet or e-mail.

Some persons asked me, to remove old name of the conlang. First I would like to say, that I’m collecting all versions of languages. My intention is when some conlangs changes their name and something in their numbers to keep both versions. Old name of language I’m putting in Conlangs which have transfered or changed their name: Viko (on: Viku):....

If there is name of language equal and their numbers are different in language, which was made between 2001 as 2006 I’m putting them in to my collection in two versions. Old name I remove only, if their numbers are quite equal as in new name of language and if their author demand it. I hope that you understand me.

I would like to say that there are some old natural languages, which are not used, however some persons have there numbers and other words  in their collections. So that’s how I would like to have them too. I would like to keep also numbers from their languages, which aren’t used now. That languages I have signed with mark “†”. I would like to please all persons, which are opening this my page, that they inform me which of this conlangs is today not used any more any more, so that I will signed them in future with mark “†”. If which of your conlangs is used for the based numbers: 11, 12..., please, inform me, that I will signed them with mark “*” in future.

For 57 conlangs I didn’t found nowhere data what is the name of language, so I have write them as: Name author + unnamed language, conlang or Name author + nameless language. Also this I would like changed in future.

I. In my collection of numbers in which is 4801 constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs and dialects (1-10): constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages (4600) and  their dialects (201).

With mark “<” are signed languages which don’t have for base numbers 10 but they can have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (used binary, quinary etc. numbers systems).

With  mark “*” are signed all languages which don’t have for base numbers between 1 and 10 but they can have (11, 12, 13, 16, 20, 30…). Numbers from followed languages I have saved in the special map.

With mark “˚” are signed all languages which don’t have for base none numbers, but they can have different numbers without base.

Languages which aren’t signed with mark “<” or “+” or “˚” used decimal numbers system .

With mark “˘” are signed all languages which they have for base  more numbers systems, for example: Kayasanoda have two numbers systems (base on 6 and base on 10), Taruven have more numbers systems (base on 4, base on 5, base on 6, base on 12). I have in my collection 2 numbers systems (for Taruven) base on 5 and base on 12.

With mark "#" are signed languages which they use for base various sets. For example: numbers 1-10 in Valko Nemura they use 3 sets (1-3= -kko group, 4-6= - lon group, 7-9= -mes group), 10, 11, 12= -added (unnamed) group.

Some language they have beside base on 10 (or others numbers system) also sub-base number system. 

With mark “†” are signed languages which do not exists any more, or are dead languages (extinct), or are change their name (see: Conlangs which have transfered or changed their name). I know for 11 of them and there may be some other in my collection that are not used any more but I am not avare of it. I also collect them. So 58 languages and 2 dialects below mention they not exists any more, or dead languages (extinct).

A

A dialect, Aa’aan Churchian, [a?ah@hyei?oit@d], Aaka, Aálai, Aamieril, Aamoston, Áasi, Aawaaniaan, [a?ayei?oit@d], [a?ayeqoq@t@d], Abakwi, Abalfar,   Àbâzi, Abchivledarnisht, Abhnuriański, Äblaanreşcca, Abyssal (by Converter), Abyssal (by Flash Dojo), Acadon, Achate, Acratanian, Acunas, Aćirćira, Aćirna Gada, Æðadĕ, Ada, Adam-Man Tongue, Adanedhel's unnamed language, Adare, Adāta, Adelic, Adelmiltas, Adeyan <, Adin, Âdlantki, Adlirec, Adnanicki, Adronato, Adúlad, Advanced English,  Adzhatic, Adzip, Aejenian, Aeks Notri Nodikem, Aéndelan, Aercant, Aeres, Aertran *, Aéstari, Aetherian *, Afaraf, Afirian, Afk Ckoc Bhrpn, Afo, Afro-Tatzic, Aftermodern English (Æfteranward Inglisc), A’gaf, Agartian, Agishan, Aglar, Ägleyince, Agwenith, Ahak, AHLKAHWAHSAHQA (alkawsanj}), Ahlimite, Ahtialan, Aia’lirim, Aidisese, Aigarian, Ailancan, Aili, Áimyâi, Aingeljã, ainufelmeo's unnamed language, Ainu-Micronesian-Polynesian Pidgin, Aiola, Airan <, Aitolike, Aja <, Ājat he-Heloun, [ajc@tyq@jup@pib@ng@m], Ajibinian, Ajnii, Ajrato, Akarana, Akastan, Ákat <, Akhaz, Akonarese, Akiyng, Alacëi *, Alahric, Ǻlakå, Alannaic, Alarian, Alban ˚, Albapulian, Al Bhed, Albireo *, Alblor, Alborgian, Albrynnian <, Àlderwa, Aldor, Alelliawulian <, Algata, Algilez, Aliar, Alici Bande Faineren, Aligian, Aligrams (World Sistemizd English), Alilkelinat, Alionean,  Allassean, Allemonian, AllNoun, Allun, Almakerin <, Almalinian, Almazi, Almensk, Almëssë, Almilalgirket, Alnarin, Alomian *, Alonërin, Alorreon *, Alphistian, Alpte, Al-Ta, Altaen (its dialect: Dophaen), Alubetah <, , Alucian, Alurhsa, Alvésin, Alyathas, Alzeitsch, Alzetjan Elvish, amdf unnamed language, Amdo Tatzic, Amelic, Âmen-azu, American Cosmo, Amerysk, Amhanara, Amiana, Amja, Amman-Iar, Amnial (Proto-Omnial), Anaaran, [anah@hyei?oit@d], [an@k@h@hyei?oit@d], Analuki, Anaqaen *, Anas *, Anawanda, Ancallún, Ancaron, Anchertan, Ancient Ethirë, Ancient Foietisc, Ancient Nalhéarlu, Ancient Rever ˚, Ancient-Serpas *,  Ancient Telic, Ancient Troppus ˚, Ancient Uso', Andan (by Keolah), Andan (by Mike Potter), Andanese, Andarkin, Ande, Anderbellian, Anderian, Andorian, Andrês, Anena, Aneric *, Aneuvien, An experimental language, Anglic, Angliko, Anglish, Anglo-Franca, Anglo Romance, Anglysh, Angosey, Angrex, Anguistian, Anhalematrah *, Änicca, Anikin, Animalian, Aninese, Anjelika, Ankanian *, Ankaŋu, Ankovyen, Anluagern,  Anóþó, Anrusai, Anshanish, Antapa <, Antarctican (Napaakisu), Antique Lantian, Antivolapük, Antro, Ańyreŧ, Anzitanian, Aonan <, Aoræpi, Áorfoenni, Apasyousus, Apat, Apenta, Apiyan, Apralios, Aqazibak <, Aquan, Aquénandi *, Aquitan, Aradŗy, Arahau, Aran’Esei, Arangothian, Aranimese, Aranin, Araval <, Arbagyi, Arbani, Arbastian, Arcanian, Archaic Iberic, Archeia <, Arctican, Ardano, Arden, Ardewarn, Ardinorian, Ardori, Aredos, Arèìdansk, Aremaion, Arêndron *, Argeic, Argô, Ariadna, Ariana, Arie (by Nuntar), Arie (by Tzirtzi),  Arionak, Arithide, Arkian, Arlipo, Armavi, Arnira, Arnorès, Aroni, Aronian, Arqe, Arrows, Ars Signorum, Arsesi, Artiatic/Drauotac, Arumian <, Arunian, Arvan (its dialects: Savoyôr Arvan (High Arvan), Curans Arvan, Save (Northern Arvan)), Arvandran, Arveunan, Arvorec, Arzori, Aryana, Aryanas, Ascesian, Ascotian, A:seka’eni *, Asengwar, Asesulu, Asha'fru, Asha’ille *, Ashirda, Asht, Ashuuhem, Asiteya, Askaic, Asmeni, Aspawata, Äspärñettûréum, Aspectis, Asrord-Dânis, As^s^ al ling:-), Assi, Astarien, Astiskij, Astraverdi, Asumas *, Asupian, Asuriakis, Atalan, Atamar, Atamiri, Atarel, Atawodo, Atenek <, Athomine, Atiër, Atlan, Atlango, Atlantean, Atrean < (alternative name: Atrjent, Eterjat, Etrjis, Iterauk), Atrebszaebh, Atticaë *, Aubarith, aUI, Aulandic, Auli, Aulingese, Auran, Aurelian, Aurì Ciljèmor *, Aurogaelb <, Aurora <, Ausdruck, Austronesian-Romance style, Authanchyaken, Autlang, Autriesien (its dialects: AutrÊsien, AutrÕsse,  AutrÕssÜnt), Auxilia, Auzhian, Auzkhar, Aväl, Ävaal †, Avallaen, Avalyn, Avanari <, Avand, Avar (its dialects: Natsk, Podkata Tatzic, Sikim Tatzic, Zaric Tatzic), Avazen†, Avelian, Avern, Avetglaiso, Avorenta, Avustrean, Awolang, Axiom-Variant, Axunashin, Ayalakian, Ayāsthi, Ayeis, Ayelis's unnamed language <, Ayeri *, Ayhan, ‘Ayvarith, Azak, Azarennya, Azarian, Azbek, Azjherben, Azmavunh <, Azuda Mayato, Azurian.

B

B dialect, Baanzish, Baasa Warilan, Babm, Babyish, Badinese, Bac <, Bactan <, Badoslovanian, Baen <, Bagamaji, Bahasa, Bahasan, Bahasa Okusi, Bahasa Tumilenia, Bakwakat, Balagavregartsa (a.k.a. Megeltsva), Balbylon, Balta, Baltic (its dialects: Przymorski (Seaside), Okański, Płocki, Pogórzański, Węski), Bãmba <, Banar, bandziol20's unnamed language, Banyo, Barak, Barakhinei, Barallen, Baranxeï, Bariaur, Barmoodan, Barnatalese, Baronh, Bartsk <, Barup Icaritanuivi <, Base, Basic Anglo-Saxon English, Basic English, Basic Global English, Basic Slovak, Basple, Bat, Bat’La, Bauhinese, Bauhunski, Baüska Laüged, Bavatzi, Bavuro-Neko-Hozati, Baza, Beftokan, Behu, Bek Tay, BeLäMin <, Belatias, Belexker, Belmorian, Bemeric, Bendeh, Benjamin Helmerson Two Student's Conlang, Benjish, Benszünk, Berageth <, Bergish, ber-hUg, Bertonian Hieratic, Berunian, Bes Dis’z, Bëssee, Beta *, Betenic (Betená^iy), Bewnë, Béyt’jor’bip shäv’yád, Bezeichnungskunst, Bhantic, Bhāvāghil, Bhindeirvatetri, Billzskver (Billsquare, Northern Krypten), Bin, Bisina, Bitruscan, Biwa <, Biyuron, Blackruthenian, Black Speech <, blaTR@D @m-Mvn, Blitz English, Blodian, Bloppabop, Bluddian, Blúrish, Boardish (Lidhrin), Bobaboba, Bocce, Bödeha, BOETTELANGO, Bogda, Bognar, Bogo, Bohemian, Boinian, Bojudlezi, Boksprak, Bolak (Langue Bleue), Bol’enty, Bongora Mande-Bandora, Boni Toko, Bonjang, Bonko, Bont Jinl ˚, Bonteran, Bon Wen, Boond ˚, Bopal, Borg, Bormoan, Bòþi, Bothian, Bourgond, Brädit, Braeggydh, Bræsin *, Breathenach, Breehah <, Brefic, Brendasprek, B'resh mehedin, Breven (Brevendrearian) ˚, Brihani, Brîsandarië, Brish, Brithenig, Bromorian, Bruceish, Bruidaegh (Bruidish), Brujeric, Bryant LeMay’s unnamed language, Bucovian (its dialects: Central Bucovian (Standard Bucovian), East-Bucovian, Korga, Slimsk (Slimian), West-Bucovian, Xlavsk), Building Kind, Bukisi <, Bulgagar, Bulughman, Bülūniyc, Burcanish, Burgenian, Burgian, Burugandesh, Buruya Nzaysa, Bvazred, Bwenkhir, Byatesle *, Bylarian, Bździungwa.

C

C dialect, Ca*a, Cadhinor, Cadim, Cadirian, Caelaurian, Cafhellyn, Cagioza, Cahannish, Cailan (formerly: Velesian), Calafarian, Calantian, Calbi †, Cáledhonag, Calénnawn <, Calineg *, Calinese, Calistan, Calmaríco, Calnish, Calnissian, Calonian, calo's unnamed language, Cálos, Camenta (Formerly: Itela), Camian, Cámpe, Cánán Mënëténa, Candabrach, Canis, Cânnânn Naewinn, Cannic, Cántê, Capraian, Capy, Carashan, Cardajin~insa,  Carlish, Čaroniki +, Carpathian (by Joel Falconer), Carpathian (Slavic Conlang, by Hellerick B. Ferlibay), Carrajena, Carthangyz, Carune, Carune Revisato, Çastaésta, Castelanian, Castenhol, Castuvien, Cathic, Cattin, Cavemanian, Cėg Hêz, Cein *, Ceindian, Ceiteish, Celdric, Celequm-Palbaar, Celestial, Celestian, Celinian, Celíminé *, Celltiecc, Celtico, Cénárol, Cene, Cenglish, Cenneni, Cenoji <, Çenson <, Centaurês, Central Allasphetian, Cepperjoleddicg, Ceqli, Ceris, Cerolein, Cerolian, Cerraddonn,  Cerstan, Cervenian, Cervenian (Cerverin), Cetonian, Chabíghë Théllhym, Chadalian, Chaksi, Chalcran, Chamish <, Chaol, Charai *, Charaseem, Charin ˚, Charkartayou, Chatiga, Chattan, Cheng-Lee, Cherfan 1228, Chiantar (Jiantar), Chicoutim, Chimeric (Kimko), Chinese Language Reformed, Chinese Pidgin, Chipilak, Chlainor, Chleweyish, Choba, Çhô Kam Tępa <, Chokwentolg, Chopgoy ˚, Choton, Chötonian, Chris Weimer’s unnamed language, Chrisist, Chryslian Dutch, Chrodisonian, Chunxaeng, Church Fennic, Chuřten, Ciceric, Cictellauk Umtavwikikvi *, Ciktal, Cimeran, Cimplosi, Cinje, Cinoktian, Ciosian, Ciravesu, Cirilindian (Cyrylinduski), Cironean, Cispa, Cjinadihjayak, CL-4, Clalia, Classic Sital <, Classical Aléthonad, Classical Ălyis, Classical Breersh, Classical Dekavurian (its dialect: South-East-Dekavurian), Classical Djūn, Classical Kasshian *, Classical Lahabic, Classical Maradic, Classical Quazian, Classical Rodæņ, Classical Sohlob *, Classical Ulbic, Clesh, Clus, Cluza, Cnoukiekho, Coastal dialect, Coastal Zein, Cody Warren's unnamed language, Coeniathen <, Coirin (its dialects: Arosan Coirin, Coirin, East-High Coirin (Puter), Enclavênc (Enclavênc Coirin), High Urian, Low Coirin (Planurian), Low Urian, Valglis Coirin (Valglistgin), West-High-Coirin (Vaglader)), Colonial Creole, Coltarian, Comanobano, Comhraog, Common Bantu, Common Cornish, Common Freeholder, Common Old Vixen, Common Slavic, Communia, Communicationssprache, Comunleng, Çomyopregi, Conlang A, Conlang I *, Conlang II, Conlang #1, Conlang #3, conlang13, Conlang #4892, Conlangconstructer's unnamed language, Consecuan <, Coronese, Cortais-Caliant (Lagodécajotéljojoltot), Corusian, Cosian, Cosmo English, Cosmopolite, Costanice, Cotaña, Cozeģs (its dialect: Merjults),  Craithish, Craznab, Creey, Creolego, Criollo, Critanya, Croanian, Cruons †, Cuasarin, Cubiska, Cuejón, Cuêzi, Cuind *, Cujoltha <, Culliwācatlīnitotl,  Cumanthaen, Cumbrian, Cuolese, Cuori, Curco, Custom, Cylijski, Cytrurian, Czappa-jappa <, Czesna, Czirelat.

D

D dialect, Daahil, Daalif, Dacán (by Elliot Lash), Dacán (by Vasiliy Chernov), Dacian Tatzic, Dad <, Dahotnen, Dæl, Dailan, Daisilingo, Daistallian, Dájeg, Dakusa, Dalang, Daléian < †, Dalethian, d’Algania spras,  Dalmarian (its dialects: Actasian, Transtanian), Dalmatian Romance, Dal'qörian, Da Mätz se Basa, Dan Tsjilövánuħ *, Danan, Danek, Dangelis, Dangin Nira *, Daniel “Asserbo” Quenheim’s unnamed language, Daniel Demski's unnamed language, Dannach, Dannish, Danovën, Danshlağ, Danviru <, Daräm, Dara’s Marinade, Därb, Darian, Darunian, Darseni, Darynese, Dashul, Dasprach, Dastmen, Dasto, Da Tak, Daulôic (Daulonian), Daurdian, Dautano, Davesh, Davineik, Ddamssgarrvu, Ddellô, Dębiua, Deddyg, Deep Ivrasi, Deffian, Degaspregos, Deghali, Degwanian, Deinian, Deinisian, Delaasoe, Délaglei, Del-al’Enetet, Delason, Dele, Delęc (formerly: Deletian), Delendian, Delmarian, Delta Naidda, Dembe, Demetian, Demetrius's unnamed language, Demiran, Demonic, Dempa, Demuas, Demue (formerly: Dingu), Demva, Denden, Dendriks, Denëdergř <, Denian, Denuas, Dephorian ˚, Derafshi, Derician (Derisseean), Derivi, Dermensin, Deroniyad †, Deryigütush, Deviäs’w, Desa Chat, Detbap <, Devérrin, Devrian *, Dewagistarah, Deweg, Deyish, Deymual, Dezepghur, ðangal (Dhangal), Dha-Patu, Dhekout, Dhokarena, Dhugrid, Dhovaso, Diabolese <, Di’aleka <, Dialekto, Diarenye, Dibadian, Diès, Diijmiut ˚, Dijineko, Dil, Dilingo, Dilpok, Dingwâ, Dinopian <, Dipreco (Diprêco), Dison (Babel), Diudisk, Divine Language, Djed-kala <, Djon, D’lateequ, Dn'alan, D’ni, Dochen, Dodolingi (Newest variation of Daisilingo), Dodhix, Dodyestrian (Dodjesem, Дядисэм), Dohiath, Dokian, dOksetj, Dömef, Dominion Norric, Donjo, Donoimese, Dooma, Doraya, Dorconla, Dorenic, Dosian, Dosmitar, Douian, Dousha (Dôosha), Doxian, Dozhun <, Draconian, Draconic (by Converter), Draconic (by Flash Dojo), Draconic (Rhydin), Draconic (by World of Caenyr), Draeng, Drætaičørmušé <, Drakonik * (by Mario Nickolas Bonassin), Drakonik (by Greenheart), Draseleq, Drau, Dræyan, Drem, Dren, Drhozhlak, Drow, Drow (by Converter), Druidic, Drüscik, Druzian Charic, Dsaćéni <, Dublex, Dubunat Orcish, Důgevi, Dügor (its dialects: Calalsk (Calal Dügor), Kung, Osetkovian (Osetko Dügor), Oxotkian (Oxotk Dügor), Semsien (Sems Dügor), Standard Dügor, Zödö (Zadar Dügor))Dùlnea, Dunabi, Dunamy, Dunavar, Dúndein Vega, Dunia, Dunia Bahasa, Dunia Patwa, Dunnek, Dununmi *, Durlaa, Dursk, Dusk, Duskansk, Dutalingue, Dwarf (by Converter), Dwarven (by Edward Newton), Dwarven (by Flash Dojo), Dwarven (by Minuit Verte), Dwarvish (by Hoodinki), Dwarvish (by Louie), Dwegan, dwiŋ, Dyxšri, Dzairbyic, Dżarani, Dzengue, Dzeński (Dzenian).

E

E dialect, e2, Eaiea, Eaij, EAK, ealthel elrahae <, ea-luna, Early Dhéyi-Nour, Early Lahabic, Early Maradic, Early Middle Deviasew, Early Modern Holic <, Early  Proto-Karampic-Nemigian, Early Proto-Karampic-Wenian, Early Vautinese, Early Victic, Earth Minimal, Earth Neutral, Earth Universal, Eastern Eolic, Eastern Turtledan, East-Jano, East-Moziac, Vajtúlï nyelӛf (East Vaytulian), EasyEnglish, Easy Jovian, Easy Proslava, Ebinese <, Ebisedian, Ebonics, Ebubo, Ectavyn, E Ce Lelyem Encreara, Eda, ed’Catenuz <, Edhelane, Edhchirriad <, Edic, Edir Lang Dara, Edo, Edos, Eefty, Eeki, E’eo o’e mo’u, Efezic, Efotiko, Efpoajba, Eganes *, Egramith, Ehmay Ghee Cha, Ehuar, Eikridet <, Eiler Erdoten, Eilig, Einglek, Einklisc, Eish 5 Code, Eiue *, Eiyska, Ejoli, Ekklirt, Eklektu, Ekselsioro, Ekspreso, Ela'Ali'i Hau'ei, Elambic *, Elasin *, Elatoi, Elbic, Elderen, Elder Kind, Elder Nobuzyanese *, Eleiar, elekonvolo, Ëlemen, Elëpäyö Delutur (Future {Mexican} Spanish), Elet Anta, Eleviial, Eleypherion, Elfica, Elhalz, Elharcen, Elheg, Elkarîl, Elko, Ellandh, Ellepaisteol, Ellish, Elnian (Elhenedhion) *, Elohið, Eloshtan, Elphis (a.k.a Hyosti) *, Elressie, Elsärïn (Slësh) <, Eluilan (Lamman Eleb), El velimel man, Elven, Elven (by Converter), Elven (by Eberron), Elven (by Flash Dojo), Elven (by Navelorn), Elvish, Elyer, Elyseri, Elyundi (Элюнди), Emberyad, Emeterz, Emi Asar Unenes <, Emnom <, Emotive, Enajori, Enal †, Enamyn <, Enaselvai, Eneru <, Englannin-Nordiska, Englar, Englisc, English-Reform, Engrish, Engsvanyali, Enjilyuš, Ënkiëlli, Enklisk, Enochian, Ëntëbamshi, Entrelenga, Enviel, Eo, èoJas *, Eolic, Épemale (its dialects: Occidental Épemale, Oriental Épemale), Epeó, Epinorean (Epina), Epiq, اپیچسیم (Epiçsim), E-Prime (English-Prime), Eraistăva (Nowoistrijski), Erani, Erëtas <, Ergek Depas, Erhadzy, Erhain, Erian, Eridanian, Eridi, Erilo,  Erlëkerleitę-język Rowanków, Erlod-Lammarok-Tiil, Erobian †, Erog <, Ertazh Kønen (its dialects: Načmi (Standard), Tamrae), ERUITHAIRKAN *, Ervido, Erythenian, esa emban wa waesa nkhara goshu <, Ĕsalenga, Esata, Esei, Ësepelâto, Eseshté-basó, Ésën, Eshurânian, Esiel <, Eskainer, Eskäm, Eskian, Eskimo, Espanzë, Esperajo, Esperant, Esperanta Avesta Lingvo (E-AL) - Awasta Asparanta, Esperanta Pola lingvo (E-PL) – Espierąta, Esperanta PraIndoeu̯ropa lingu̯o (EP-IL), Esperanta PraSlava lingvo (EP-SL) – Esperǫta, Esperanta Sanskrita Lingvo (E-SL) - Sanskrita Asparanta, Esperantlingva, Esperanto - Internacia lingvo (EIL), Esperantuisho, Esperingle, Esperloja, Espido, Espiritolà, Espo, Essan, Essential World English (EWE), Estanipa, Estariano, Estay, Esupanyá, Ethira, Ethirë, Ethrosian, Etora, Etrer´aous, Ettehteja, Etwu, Eudaimonyaparl, Eudine, Eudo, Eufnix *, Euheit, Eulalia, Eulang, Euqsab ˚, Eura, Euransi, Eurasisch (Kunstsprache), Eurish, Eurolang (by Phil Hunt), Eurolang (Spragveln; by Davis Huffman), Eurolengo, Eurolingue, EuroLSJ, Euronord, Eurupaio, Eůropaje, Europa Languo, Europanto, European-Progressiva, EuroPidgin, Euskin *, Euthinenthany, Evalin, Evinia, EVLE (ЭВЛЕ), Evreismo, Evroptal, Ewantal, Ewari, Ewok, Exi, Extmws, Exwona Wukeko, Eyahwansi, Ezrahvi,  Ezrüluy, ezyk čenski.

F

Faere'lo, Faerunian (Elven), FAI, Falandril, Falgiwian <, Falidax (Faljüdax), Falidaxxiai, False Gaelic, Falsorian, Falthari <, Falwan, Fampond, Fáralo, Fargo, Farlingo, Farmasona Esperanto, Fasala, Fase, Fasethian, Fasile, Faslyp <, Fauleethik, Fazerok, Feayran, Feianovedo, Fennas, Fennian, Feorran <, Ferengi, Fergiartish, Ferrinti, Fey (by Converter), Fey (by Avlis), Ffííxrru <, Fhirstöyem *, Filofonecian, Fimo-Yos <, Finglish, Finn-Hungarian, Finnik, Finnstek (its dialect: Finzsa), Fintal, Finterro, Firðiskt, Fissmark, Fith *, Fiver <, Fjaucher Äinglech, Fjinnjikulla, Flaidish, Flatish, Flestrin, Flóžinian, Fluvic, Focco Dusma, Foiblar, Folengo, Folkendetonge, Folkix, Folkspraak (its dialects: Davensprâk, Pollsprak), Folkstem, Fon Holk, Fonki, Fooril, Footballian, Foqo Kepi <, Fordsmendrian Gaelic, Forezam, Formic <, Formosan, Forti, Fortunatian, Forzian, Foxian, Foxsian, Fragerenlaand, Franaderoan, Français Elementaire, Franglei, Franj, Franspanglish, Frataloitsch, Frater, Frater², Frélséor, Fremen, French spelling reform, Frenchish, Frendo, Frenkisch, Frespañan, Fresque, Friari, Frilandic (its dialects: Medgawisk (Middleshirish), Mekilhusisk (Mekilhusish), Nurþ-Frilandisk (North Frilandic), Skakisk (Skakish), Walamarkisk (Walamarkish)), Frionske †, Fritans, Fu, Fucatokk, Fudyń, Fukhian, Fuleyish, Fungarr, Fun Tipp, Furshinim (formerly: Firshenic), Fûstelwa, Future English, Futurese, Fÿga (its dialects: Farden (North), Gÿden (South)), Fyksian, Fyvlicenyn.

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Gaill, Gäko, Galathir, Galavrian, Galdaktmra, Galëu, Galic (Halicki), Gallig, Galiski, Galiskin-Esiaste, Galloniva (Vebrava), Galum, Gamujobai *, Ganlanaph *, Ganoom, Ganya, Ganžas, Gardnese, Gargish, Ğarna, Garo, Garomenian, Garuga, Gawlthach (Modern Gaulish), Gazhakhian, Géarthnuns, Gedeh, Geldàr, Geleìres Cheìghea <, Géléstí, Gelveasar <, Gendese, Gendo, Genistein, Gerantese / Jerantai, Germane, Germanech, Gevey, Ghaf, Ghasynekyd *, Ghedhrien *, Gheran, Ghórjin, Ghotennmuhl, Ghrra *, Ghuralŋ *, Giant, Giak, Gi-an-nain <, Giant  (by Flash Dojo), Giant (on Wikia Gamins), Giantish <, Giella, Gigo, Gilghadic dialect, Gilkesh, Gilo, Ğimlugand, Ginhtköl <, Gith, Gitum (Gitğiřam), Gizlina, Gjax Zym Byn (Gzb), Gjudiyl, Gladilathian, Glagolica, Glan-ik, Glarnic, Glasca, Glaubaal, Glazorthian, Glenalec, Glo, Globish, Glosa, Glossomen, Glydan, Gniazdowski, Gnobaran, Gnoll, Gnome (by Converter), Gnome (by Flash Dojo), Gnomish, Gnomish (by Rock Gnome), Go'allo, Goblin (by Converter), Goblin (by Jhonen Eberron), Goblin (by Flash Dojo), Goesk, Gokvim, Golal Natkali, Golic Vulcan, Gólnim *, Gomain, Gombesemgian, Gorean, Gorkian, Gosian, Gotevian, Gothean, Gothflondor, Gothic (by Eric Craven), Gotlanska, Gotoca (Toca), Goumek, Govol *, Graatska, Graavgaaln *, Gradski, Graeca Sine Fleksione, Granaran, Granurian, Granvan, Grasslandic, Greadian (its dialects: East-Greadian, North-Greadian, West-Greadian), Greater (Sunian) <, Greater Allasphetian, Grednian, GREENWOLDISH, Gresek, Grig, Grkhem, Grœœnladdskə ('Greenlandic'), Grom, Gronlandisk, Grooiman, GS-Slovianski, Guask (its dialects: Central Guask, Northern Guask, Occidental Guask, Oriental Guask, Southern Guask), Guaspi, Guðlansk, Guecian, Guenithian, Guervalese, Guildish, Guiltere, Gúmais, Gumosopo, Güntãlbõkkã, Gund (Gundsk), Gungan, Guno, Guosa, Gupjigabwi, gůr, Gurdian, Guru, Guylakian, Gvaraite <, Gwákén, Gweðes, Gwediad, Gweinic, Gwejdr, Gwigwigw (Guiguigu), Gwongbholü <, Gwr, Gxäldasdäk, g'Yaagh aug'Aal'uurh, G’zarag, Gzarodin.

H

 Haasvia, Habukanožô <, Haczerijski, Hadwan, Haen Yam Meon, Háfrigerrák, Háfrónska, Haġlsk, Hagsprak (Hägspråk), Haïena, Hakarani, Hakereh, Halënah <, Halfling (by Converter), Halfling (by Flash Dojo), Hallon, Hamaladic, Hameyohu, Hanad *, Hanashan, Ha Na Ta, Hänäthlîêr, Handaues, Handeeth, Hangkerimce, Hangraphy, Hano, Hansu, Hanthaitalta, Hantunese, Hapoish <, Haqsawa, Harajelata, Hårdanska, Hariiji *, Hastalubian, Hasu Komiyo, Hatasoe, Hath, Hattic, Haugenite, Hauroniyat, Hegel, Hegrejeb, Heinitian, Hejvan *,  Heirigion, Heiwan, Hela'th'cian,  Helleran (Hel·lera), Helfameł <, Helvish, Helvran, Hemanian, Hemnälg * (its dialects: Burstanby *, Labä *, Nöra *, Usjytt *, Värmelklad *), Henaudute, Hen Llinge, Hermetic, Hervormd Esperanto, Hexadecimalism *, Hezanool, Heziel, Hibernian, Hibernic, Hibero-English, Hicklish, Hifahoshach, Higher Delan, High Eolic, High Gorgorian, High Imperial, High Midgardian (Ananar), High Norsk (Høgnorsk), High Ooster, High Veltic, High Zamskitar, High Zanskar dialect,  Hiiagaran, Hikka/Shain , Hiksilipsi, Hil-hannàr, Hilinqwo, Himmaswa, Hingchut, Hinglestia, Hiperborejski, Hiramean, Hiran, Hirazi, Hiundajski, Hlìksu, HL~UI, Hlyfma, HminnJordic, Hockey Canadian, Holctean English, Holil, Holxus, Hom-Idyomo, Hoogs, Hopp yp Я(зык), Höppöi Hölöpölö <, Hopsturian, Hordański, Horngoth Orkish, Hossheln ˚, Hoyan, Hrhivannsen, hsilgnE, Hu, Hua, Huasi, Hubi’s unnamed language, Hurmu, Huttese *, Huyenish, Hvaklandic, Hvetrd (Hu-ve-red), [hw@s], Hwentja, Hyarmendorean, Hydish <,  Hymmnos, Hyperborean, Hystudian, Hwæt, Hylian, Hyldian.

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IA Esperanto (International Alphabet Esperanto), Iaer n'Aellin, Iakani, Iala, Ialacian, Iasavasi *, Ias'k-yon, Iaþarn Neðern *, Ibothian, Ibran, Ichwara Prana, Ida *,  Idhur, Idino, Idiom-Neutral, Idiot †, Idjana, Ido, Idrani, Id Űlab, Idvardski, Iermânsc, Ieteha, Ifpañul, IG, Igitos, Ignan, Igur <, Iharsinu, Iidhur ˚, Ijirín, Ijslova, Ijzerlandic, Ikanirae Seru, Ikron, Ilaksh, Ilana, Ïländrïn, Ilathid’hi, Ileddenese, Ilenya, Ilian, Ilkligit, Illikkian Dutch, Illyana, Ïlmarïn, Ilo, Ilomi, Iltarêr, Ilushan †, Illinian, Ilirian (Limbë Ilirikë),  Illogkwa *, Illunse, Illycian, Illyrian (by Christoph Schrader), Illyrian (by David Johnson), Ilya, im-eleden <, Imera <, Imperial *, Imperial Common, Impturi, Imuțan, ÏmVëïvünm, Inagalasi, Indika, Indran, Infernal (by Converter), Infernal (by Flash Dojo), Ingalonin, Ingli, Inglis, Inglish (Basic English  Improved), Ingliso, Inglisx, Ini, Inif Xeuivteles, Inimi <, Inimoni †, Inis, Inixeh, Inklišche †, Ïnlici, Inofennsish, Înöíva-rö unį-őt, Inote, Ínquito, Intal 74 (6th.Edition), Inter-esperanto, Intergermanic, Intergermansk, Interglish, Interglossa, Interlan, Interlatino, Interlect, Interlengue, Interlingua (Latino Moderne), International Code of Signals, International Lingua, Internekolangala, Intero, Intersistemal, Inuc, Ioslaonë Elvish *, Ioviphurn, Ipem, Iqua iius <, Iravith, Irecepte, Irekei, Irekonni ˚, Irespaseresseh <, Irgaj, Iridíaga, Iritasa <, Irminfä, Irosemos, Irsawa <, Isepiki, Isgalino, Isi-Anzeiru, Isitya, Islandic <, Islero, Isletaih, Islysian (formerly: Illyrian by Cody Warren), Ismaîn, Isselsk, Istelani'e, Istmontian, Istrisa, Itereš, Ithkhil (Naravéldre, Naravelian), Ithkuil, Itioma, Itna †, Itláni (formerly: Druni), Iueanese, I Ussida, Iuthan, Ivrien, Ix@sat@l <, Iyierdo, Izhaxu *.

J

Jaçidian, Jaconia, Jaddheu, Jafefsa *, Jafo, Jahałat, Jaìonica, Jakunda/Jacuendoisi, Jalogga, Jallvå, Jambit (Wizardese) <, Jameld, Janaharian *, Janarisa, Jano, Japañol Creole, Japomaru (Japonmal), Jaquela, Jaradh <, Jaregwoldish, Järóam *, Jarolim <, Jarrda *, Jarstades, Jascolio, Jasminese, Jaueqao myys, Jauwaç, Jav, Javifo (Topesetic)†, Jawaese, Jaznari, Jechoire, Jeigirei, Jeŋuatao, Jenúsáthen <, Jerry Prince's unnamed auxiliary language, Jertvian (Zhervian), Jerutjna, Jevian, Jezorese, Jezzali <,  Jhan, Jial, JIBIN *, Jilí, Jinchidano *, Jinjonese, Jinlqinn ˚, Jinnic (Mesian), Jirra, Jleer, Jlin <, J'linguoneir Avan, J.M.D.'s unnamed language, Jmeyin <, Jogš, Jonathan Jones’ conlang, Joñish, Jorayn, Jovian, Jsoang, Jtaszdasoten, Juathuuvei *, Jugdjei*, Jûkéhsaiméret, Juliscian, Jumarian, Jumieka, Junglese, Juralic, J. Valler’s unnamed languge, Jylsk, Jynmû, Jzacdo <.

K

Kaadin, Kaareshi, Kaastish, Ka Chera Sûla, Kaćja, Kadhrein, Kádot, Kađuhan, Kaerjen, Kafajpifík, Kagada (Kagaden), Kagawal, Kaglál, Kaharen *, Kaiila, Kaishanar <, Kajasůt, Kaku Japanese, Kalainic, Ka lao <, Käläli, Kalata, Kaldon, Kalgi Kirauka, Kala, Kali-sise, Ka lo, Kalonese, Kalotliitons, Kalpoina, Kalso †, Kalusa, Kamakawi, Kamarham, Kamish, Kamperwaals, Kanareki <, Kanasa, Kandanein, Ká’né, Kanigulan, Kanjese (its dialect: Faiguo Kanjese), Kankonian, Kanku, Kansu (by Dan Morrison), Kansu (by Dewrad), Kantáne, Kanùsskan (Kanooshkan), Kapet (its dialects: Purana, Saxa), Karadzki, Karažun, Kardasi, Kardii, Karetazejski, Karian, Karis, Karkl, Kar Marinam, Karmënd (formerly: Carmian), Karnuugaan * , Kärsëtt (formerly: Cartinian), Karski, Karstonian, Karsyński, Kæseran, Kash, Kastremenskoj, Katala <, Katanda, Katari, Kataya, Katian, Kau a To, Kaujian ˚, Kautita, Kauzon, Kavist <, KAVN, Kavogerim, Kay Sing,  Kayasanoda ˘ (<, base on 10),  Kayatal, Kaysan, Kazak (its dialects: East-Kazak, Omka, Omgoka), Kazar, Kazujishan (its dialects: Dahean-Jedaki, Keimi-Keha, Rahean, Tadarzyka-Garishi, Tehatei), Kcid-ybom, Keaudi, Kebreni, Kéčksemét, Kedzoim, Keiridai Owen’s unnamed language, Ke jáv v Slešjávik (the language of Slezisky), Keksë, Kel, Keldâre, Keldrian *, Kēlen < (its dialects: Eastern Kēlen <, Old Kēlen <, Shamorte Kēlen <, Transitional <), Kelenala, Keltiberika, Keltish, Kemon, Kemrese, [ken], Kendorski, Keniko, Kenrái, kentaku_sama's ummamed language, Kent'jént's, Kentyan <, Kenzirlish, Kerlong terran *, Kernu, Керт (Kert), Kervaker, Kessëlë (formerly: Kessian), Kettish, Ketuliar *, Keutriša/Keustrija, Kexyana, Keyton, Khalan (Mavakhalan), Khangaþyagon *, Kharos S’fik, Kharvelian, Khaşigim *, Khat (its dialects: Central Khat (Standard Khat), High Khat, Khat of Leh (Lehic), Southern Khat (Low Khat), Ghak, Sörsz)), Khazad, Khazi *, Kheat Tcüa, Khéda, Kheldani, khezzer tung, Khikeng, Khíkéng, Khombu, Khoraz, Kho-rithian, Khornoian, khuri el tiarurs (Language of the fairies), Ki-Anzeiru, Kiarein, Kidilib *, Kieh <, Kijeb *,  Kildriesi, Kilirna, Kimatchana, Kimbar, Kimberlée, Kinetic <, Kín-Sang <, Kinya *, Kioshu, Kirumb, Kishla, Kishu, Kitanic, Kitonyo, Kivi, Kiwuno, Kiyonese, Kizildanoche, kiZombie (Zamgrh), Kjeta, Kjwtir (Kyo-tir), Kla Klakzuc, Klapico, Kla-zós, Klesmer, Klingon, Klingot, klön, Kluisten Kielas, Kn, Knalline, Knoshke, Koalian, Kobold, Kod, Kodalis, Kohtohkhan Raptoric, Koin, Koisesti (formerly: Koilian), Kōlelo Tatetate, Kŏlgorþi (formerly: Kalgarian), Kolovrat’s unnamed language, Koma, Kontaxta, Kontoko, Kon’ya, Koolesh, Kopanset (Koplushian language, its dialect: Old Kopanset), Koralam. Kordatan, Koreean, Kor’ekhani, Korma, Korpesk, Korrigan <, Korsaryjski, Korthai, Korubian, Korvina linga, Koryae, Kosi *, Kosmos, Kot, Kotanian, Kotava, Kótèsä,  Kottic, Kovalev, Kovashi (Conet), Kovus, Koyek, Ko-Yo, Kozado, Козеине (Kozeine) <, [kq@gj@n@xl@hx@xz@z@zdos@pur@hej@md@dujl@v@f@hipyt], Крабацки (Krabacki), Krakirian, Kratal-Rul, Krâa Tsêm *, Kravat, KrenovEtus, Krestelan, Krigétr Trab, Krinyag, Kriollatino, Krishari, Krithag, Kriul, Kriyòl, Kroll, Kronenburg, Kronokayjin, Kroosian, Krr'rr'rkrr'rkrr'rrkr'rr'r (Krr'), Krúcek, Krushevik, Krv Vampiric, Kryptonian, Ksenax *, Kteril, K'tle *, kUaelom, Kuaino, Kuanaukuasi, Kuglimz, Kugzogak, KuJomu, Kuj'ūn (its dialects: Aylatu, Cexotúri, Mešmo), Kula-enuna *, Kulionth, Kulugasi, Kumalf, Kuman Tyli, Kumbach ˚, Kunagan, Kunic (its dialect: Northern), Kunsati, Kur <, Kureo, Kurux, Kusanian, Kushan, Ku Tal <, Kuuinna, Kvaaplaang, Kvashin, Kwadakw, Kwal, Kwash, Kwelyakel, Kwendyngu, KwikTalk (KwT) *, Kxqqhwiiallccre <, Kylari *, Kylian <, Kyo, Kyovantic, Kyran (its dialect: Den’Ksie), Kyrgoesperanto, Kyrrd Dabling's unnamed conlang, Kytan <, Kyŧan <, Kyuhinjin, Kzinti <.

L

L3, L-17, La Langue naturelle (Chabê Aban), Laádan, Laakha, La'aserda, Labapla (Pukakępit, Bridge Language), Labarion, Lacos <, Ladef, Ladein/Romaencz,  Laefèvæšii, Laetilyan, Laγet, Laguni <, Lahoia <, Lainesco, Laitan (Lahta), Laiveran, Lajik, Lakal, Lakavezik, La lingua regolara, Lamanā *, Lanag, Lancesian, Lango, Languademon, Langue Catholique, Langue Farfadette, Langue Internationale Étymologique, Langue Nouvelle, Langue-Sans-Nom (Lüfkin Alätir’s unnamed language) †, Langue universelle (by Charles Menct), Langue Universal I Filosofica (lengua universal y filosofica), Langue universelle (by C. –L. –A. Lettelier), Langue universelle (by Delormel), Langue universelle (by Seb. Verheggen), Langust, Langvo Comono, L’angwic, Langwäjom, Lanka, Lankijski, Lanne Munde, Lanrohídh’íl, Lansi, Lantash, Lantazalnen, Lantian, Lantyrian, Lanus, La Petro, Lapsi, Lara, L'arano (Aŕano), Larenti Tergush, Larïfaïr, Larimin <, Larua, Lârvesón <, Lasa, Lasénol, Lashkos, Läsinu, Làsty (formerly: Lesanic), Latalmish, Latarese (Latamala), Late Cinpzy, Late Middle Deviasew, Late Old Deviasew, Late-Proto-Karampic-Nemigian, Late Proto-Karampic-Wenian, Late Vautinese, Latejami, Laten, Latenic, Latenkwa (Ladekwa), Lates, Latha, Latho, Latinesce, Latinic Russian, Latino sine Flexione (Europeano), Latinova, Latin Viventi, Latinvlo, Latötsc, Latreska, Latuko, Laturslav,  Latysk, Laur *, Lauranthea, Laurenaika, Lautholi, Lautopeai <, Laval, Lavesen, Läxetsi, Laxhwgrek, Laxonomasoljomijodo, Layaklan, Laytal, Lazheu, Le, Léanaigh, Lechian, Lǝcin, Ledan, Lédinimim, Ledøsta, Leed (Liwd), Leibniz, Leithese *, Lelo-Gdho, Lembrin, Lemynd (formerly: Elemantine), Lemyzon, [len@pq@fqwip@r], Lenefon, Lenga Romanz, Lenguanova, Lenmoct <, Lenorian, λεnzvυκ (Lensvuk), Lepadi, Lepan (Lepanish) ˚, Leptic, Lerivpi, Lescealh Faraneit, Lesdekan *, Lesko, Leten, Leth Atlak dialect, Lethere, Lethketan *, Letinian, Lettait (Simpliest language), Leturian, Leubantian, Leukoski, [leun@pq@fqwip@r], [leun@pzip@g], [leun@pzip@r], Levinch *, Lex, Ley-Arah (Elder Tsaran), Lhaesine, Lhemburan *, Lhiwngiwfawr, Lhueslue, Liana, Liba, Libarnonien, Libaru, Liberalian, Liberanto, Liberider, Liburnès, Lidu, Lien’na Vlanvlimyë, Life Sound, Li?glis, Liiri, Lijukaian, Lilipu, Lilkanna, Limciela, Limertyñski, Liano (L·ano), Lina, Linc, Linge,  Lingem Monore *, Lingen, Lindiga, Linga, Lingo Mondo, Lingone, Lingua Amino Acidica, Lingua Corsa, Lingua Eurana, Lingua Europese, Lingua Filosofica Universale, Lingua Franca Nova, Lingua General, Lingua Henderson, Lingua Interlandica, Lingua Internationale, Lingua Logicor, Lingua Mundi, Lingua Questionnare, Lingua Universalis, Linguna, Lingvo Kommona, Lingwa de Planeta, Liniyai-karmisa, Linjeb *, Liñxî, Lipen Søerjehn, Lips-Kith, Lipu’onai, Lirakdom *, Lisgas, Lissi, Lišeč, Litaja, Literary Sing, Liti, Lito (Lighterian), Litoyaca, Litukaiš tiel, Liunan, Liva, Livagian,  Liz, Lizardspeak, Ljos, Lodeg, Loegare *, Logga Rraakin *, Loglan 1, Loglan 76,  Logli, Logsan  Logulos, loliya lavu *, Lojban, Lojsk, Lolilang, Lomanin, Longrimol (Lu), Long Wer *,  Lonyph, “Looner spanguage”, Lóprelave, Lorêm, Lorica, Lorka, Lorošæ *, Losian, Lossána, Lotian,  Low Gorgorian, Low Ooster, Low Zamskitar, Low Zanskar dialect, Lower Änerenian, Lower Burdese, Lower Burgundian, Lower Delan, Lower Geldorian, Lqóhyxudqê, Lrahran *, Lrüülílzéma, Lu, Луар (Luar), Luchian, Lugasuese, Lume, Lunarian, Luni, Lünt, Lunys (its dialects: Eastern Lunys, Old Lunys, Southern Lunys), lupu doso, Lusane, Lusiaquía, Lüthos, Lweltelk, Ly, Lyaitho, Lyanjen, Lymdia, Lynkyn, Lyukyuan.

M

M-17, Ma'abkiil/Mąbkïl/Mabkil, Macedonian (Romano-Macedonian Conlang), Machine Translation Interlingua, Machren, Macro-Sing, Macsing ˚, Madhumisc (Maðumisc), Madjan, Madlovik, Mädöšk, Madri, Madzapewn, Madzhi, Maganona’s unnamed language, Maggel *, Magikimnaz, Magius, Magway, Mahstónski, Mäjní, Makamana <, Makaví, Makhohoba <, Maktalu, Malai <, Malanâz, Malaren Standard, Maldekan, mal ei cromyzk ei iengik, Malganic, Malíí, Maljan, Malknarh, Malsebane, Malt§egj, Mamqian, Manadei, Manca, Mandolarian, Mango, Mannesc, Mannskt (Mannish), Mantagish, Mäntra, Manunda, Máotatšàlì, Mapalgetian Continental Basic Language (BCLM), Maqritian, Mar (its dialect: Dar-al-Mar), Maral Kønen, Maran <, Marana, Marata, Maraxxian (Maraxxiai), Marcunese, Mardi (its dialect: West-Southern Mardi), mare, Margonian, Marian (Język Marski), Marijo, Maríshan, Mærik, Marinale, Marklendsk, Markonian (Markon), Martese,  Martian (by Curlyimsam), Mártölammë *,Masmái, Mássai-mái, Master Language, Maþ <, Matakigo, Mathlang, Matogêm, Matsi/Maskhi’opek, Matsui, Mattulis, Mau, Maurs, Mavod, Mavronski, ;mávu-caNDaróN;, Maxačka Tatzic (Maxačkan), Max’s unnamed language, Maxumvu, Mayara, Mayishi's unnamed language, Mazaiyu, Mbane, Mbasa, Mcl, Medilingua,  Medjazik (Pan-Slavonic), Meduzian, Megazi <, Megdevi, Megza, Méhemsei *, Mehyos <,  Meiko, ‘Mek, Mekhael, Melah Kønen, Melani *, Melanian, Melindaran, Mèlw <, Memmisch, Mendian, Mentolatian, Mentríaanes (Mentrianish), Meoha, Meovipôi, Mephali, Meránqyty (formerly: Meranqese), Méqers (formerly: Macarian), Mereth, Meridonian, Merilareth,  Meroşadik, Merovian, Meshetcill, Mesogeoika, Messerussian, Mesu †, Metèœnım (formerly: Metezian), Métes, Meth, Methaiun, Methkaeki <, Meun,  Meven, Mezapatanic, Mezhdja (Mezhdunarodno-Nauchnyj Jazyk), Mezzoan English, Mhigiwipian <, Mhoo Qihdx ˚, Middle Aryezi, Middle Breersh, Middle Jytisk, Middle Karampic, Middle Kaupelanese (its dialects: Haimarata, Kauta, Palayanga, Terong, Wisanu), Middelsprake, Middle Renaenish (Renæni), Mïdlnt-Nourtwest, migjan laggvage, Mikiana, Miksa, Miktain, Milönisch, Mimål (formerely: Øsfållsk) †, Mindbrush, Mineng, Minervan, Minhast *, Minidun, Minyeva, Minza, Mio, Miraimašopati, Miresua, Mirfakan (Merfakan), Mirmālo < , Mirvarekt, Miskutsivinnakk Ujimawin, Missa, Mitchell Tombs’s unnamed language I, Mitchell Tombs’s unnamed language II, M'jap, Mjöog Zgän, Mnay Hata *, MNCL 5, Moan †, Modalnian, Model English, Modern Ændron, Modern Alorian, Modern Ašvari, Modern Deymual, Modern Gaelic, Modern Indo-European, Modern Jytisk, Modern Kanaran, Modern Lakosian, Modern Nalhéarlu, Modern Nitalian, Modern Samran, Modern Scythian, Modern Standard Vixen,  Modern Stryash *, Modern Trurian, Modern Vash, Modern Vulcan, Modern Xliponian, Modern Zudumal <, Moe Girls, Mœrish, Moesteskin, Mohaisan, Mohat *, Moinate, Mokeran, Møkobi, Mokong <, Moleghine, Molowiian, Mòmì (Pope) <, Mondezo, Mondilange, Monditaken, Mondyal, Monika Mix, Mòńixò, Monronese, Monsian, Montal, Montenegrin, Montreal * , Montreiano, Montsim, Mooie Taal, Moragravēs, Moriaeg, Morian, Mornaë, Móróam *, Mor'osi, Morsie, Mosbog, Moscha, Mosri, Mosro, Mossian, Moten, Motp’s unnamed language, Mouak (Mawak), Mountain dialect, Mova Atlantova, Movonduch, Mrahavin, Mrezian, Mrojski, Mugdok <, Muiish † (its dialects: Sheungshui-Muiish †, Kennedy Town-Muiish †), Muila, Mukabe, Mukaic, Mul, Mülsheamihlur *, MunBieNax, Mundelingva, Mundion, Mundolingue, Mundolinko, Mundon, Muphridian, Muphridish, Muplo *, Murami a, Murloc (its dialect: Nerglish), Muroi, Musbrek †, Mushroomese, Mushul, Musmeh, Mutate English, Mutlak, Mwagala, Mwtww (Mutwu),  Mŷagaar, Mylziański, Myrana, Myrildhiû.

N

Nabel, Nacateca, Náçâ, Nadanic, Naga, Nagatol, Nagtoan, Nahela, Nahihmiad, Nakafin, Nakh, Nakhadatu, Nakhhus (Demon Tongue, Queshh), Naidda, Naimangan <, Naisek (Nysec), Naiyaka, Nakiltipkaspimak <, Nalian, Nalit, Nalnit, Nalona (Interlang), Namarin, Nambale, Namɨdu, Namirski, Namszański, [n@mtr@v@zu], Namu, Naneœñm (formerly: Nanezian), Nanon, Nanshilae, Napaxxiai, Naqxiaiai, Naqu <, Naramkhindzki, Naranis, Narch's unnamed language, Narhe, Narish, Narodien, Naromi †, Narsa, Nasakgll (Royal Krypten), Nasendi, Nashina, Nassian, Nasú, Nasvakian, Našam (Nasham), Natar, Natbolsk, Nathanian, Nättesch, Natu-khuzdul, Nauko, Navsio, Nawatam, Nawepik, Ndak Ta, Ndok Aiso, Ndom <, Neasian, Necrontyr, Nedertæl †, Nedrpski, Neelan, Neesklaaz <, Neike, Neimalu, Neimoidian, Neiriko †, Neitelh *, Nelvaanese, Nemeritvie, Nenarun, Nenshar, Neo, Neo Dalmathian, Neofonego, Neo-Khitanese (Kilda Kelen), Neolandês, Neo-Latine, Neolingua, Neomos, Neon Fox's unnamed language *, Neo Patwa, Nepturian, Nesaiano, Nesdotir, Nessëran, Nessusian, Nesuped, Neuage, Neuhic Lingve, Neuibersprakt, Neushar, Neussko, Nevenlanch, Nevorskian, Newahon, New Aryezi, New Basque, New Burgian (Ny Burgisk), New Cantonese, New Eetish, Newenejski, New Etruscian, New Finish, Newgaritic, New Graod ˚, NewGrig, New Jeori, New Karampic, New Makedonian, New Orkhon, New Prussian, New Renaenish (Renæn), New Sidonian ˚, Newspeak, New Strine, New Vranian, Nezemeş, Nezo, Nga Tongue Runga Eng <, Ngaoxian,  Ngaratsārūi *, Ngetsu, Ngeyunh <, Ngiin, NGL (Next Generation Language, its dialect: Tokcir), Ngokaleta <, Ngombámg, Ngorlosni, Ngwaalq <, Ngwom, Nickish, Nidee, Niemsko, Nietypowymi Fonemi, Nihilosc, Nihongurishi, Nilarji *, Nimrina, Nimyad, Ninfeano, Ninhese, Nippya'la, Nira, Nisaspit (Nyzorlian),  Nitikvekan, Niuspi, Niw Englisc, Njaama, [nj@mkx@z@tinc], [nj@kx@z@tipx@fj@sr@c], [nj@kx@z@tinc], Njulang, Nkra †, Nloreti, Nocelteah, Nochoulian, Noddotiu, Noighinsun, Nois, Nokekeú, Nòlläm, Noldorin, Nolik *, Nome, Nômik Sprøk, Nomin, Nonggwethal <, Noob-speak, Noopolsk (New Polish), Noormansk, Nordálien, Nrdalleman, Nordaþ, Nordien, Norðsprak, Norðvmbrōmerian (Northumbro-mercian), Norelian, Norhasul, Norik, Normian, Nornish, Noroc'ésima, Nortcon, Northern dialect (by Dewrad), Northern dialect, Northern Drychite †, Northern Emanon ˚, Northern Olobac, Northern Rever ˚, Northern Troppus ˚, Northern Turtledan, Northfolk <, Norvanic, Norvegric, Nosara, Nosfirian, Nosian, Nosore, Noterelenda, Noth <, Nova, Nova Latina, Novah, Noval (Draco Lingua of Novalon), Novea, Novegradian (its dialects: Central, Northern, Siberian, Southern, Standard), NOVEN SLOVIO, Nov Iala, Nov Ido, Nov Latin, Novial Pro, Novial 98, Novian (Novisk), Novilatiin, Novvocu, Novy Razgovornyj Jazyk (New Conversational Language), Nowoprzymorski, Nowosłowiański, Nowoswebski, Noxilo, Nozie’r, NT, Nu, Nubachi, Nudiri, Nu Engeli Haiwha, Nugotic, Nuirn, Nu-kyoo, Nulki, Numberman's unnamed language, Numla Tar, Nuneriahmen, Nuneria’s  Marinade, Nunihongo, Nu Norse, Nuper, Nur-ellen, Nüreqio, Nurezham, Nushian ˚, Nu Teutonish, Nuu, Nuusicial, Nuxpetil <, Nwrryni (Awklandic), Nyernel, Nÿgüdik, Nyraotan <, Nyrean, Nytal, Nytsivid, Nyucar, Nywsasxc.

O

[ob@w], Obegacac, Obenzayet, Obota, Obrenje <, Occidental (Interlingue), Oceanian English (Oce), Ocharee, Oda Xeuivteles, Odalsvenska, Odaric (Odariko), Oðblgshezi, Odenian, Ödlanke, Ododu, Odonien, Oépid, Officieux (Officahsšpreš), Ofitseis, Ogian, Ohs, Oinaposa, Ok, Okaikiar, Okasa, Okhdegezhba, Okyyrin, Olaetyan,  Ölarën, Old Albic, Old Allemonian, Old Aryezi, Old Ašvari, Old Aughinian, Old Bweridhaeche *, Old Cinpzy, Old Deviasew, Old Draconic, Old Dzenguas, Old Eetish, Old Elvish, Old Ethinish, Old Graod ˚, Old Greater Chican <, Old Gzho *, Old Hubian,  Old Jeori, Old Jytisk, Old Karampic, Old Kaupelanese, Old Klounal-Ampae *, Old Lakosian, Old Maqrgonian (Margomu), Old Megazi <, Old Nitalian, Old Nïxalos, Old Olobac, Old Pabbapa, Old Parkanese, Old Pbank ˚, Old Proto-Indo-European, Old Pruttonese (Prátto), Old Rashurish <, Old Renaenish (Rednaeni), Old Sanhr *, Old Sevean, Old Sidonian ˚, Old Silinian *, Old Skourene, Old Slobovian, Old Timi, Old Toaliralolo <, Old Urasti, Old Urianian, Old Uvula, Old Vranian, Old Werevolf, Old Zubaric *, Old Zudumal <, O’lelic (formerly: Nope), Òlérneß, Olgrn mt tlrn, Olhoshirtiû, Olijad, Olingo, Olivine, oLo, Omàgor, Omal (Octal Matematics Auxiliary Language), Òmananed, Omeina *, Omnesian, Ɵʎʌcop <, Omni, Omnial, Omo, Onalese <, Onegian, Oneirien, Oneiskí, Onen, One Tongue, Oniárënd (formerly: Oniaric), Onondjovära, Onta, Oñuqaxwo, oo-Nuziiferoi, Oopee, Opnaskú, Op’on, Oradiendelsa, Orba, Orbâne, Orc (by Converter), Orc (by Flash Dojo), Orc/Troll,

Orcish, Orcish (by J.R.R. Tolkien), Orcish (language of the Despised), Orcish (by Thakowsaizmus), Orêlynna, Орко (Orko), Orochi, Oronaj <, Oronhai, Oronian, Orrenic *, Orsacki, Os Afat, Osceano, Osk, Ösjke, Öskov’az, Ostelfisch, Œtadh *, Otamwürd (Dohmyran), Orrenic, öSet'akhtüü Njèèshwajgarr, Otej, Otg, Otham, Otnaga, Owachim, Oxidologi <, Öxtåru, Oxurian (its dialets: Central Oxurian, West-High-Oxurian, East-High-Oxurian, Low Oxurian), Ozee Tilp, Ozhdik (Ostic; its dialects: Gajan, Cyllesian, Standard Ostic), Ozode.

P

P, Pabappa, Paben, Pac-Bal'or, Pacardian, Pacarian, Pacific, Pacitalian, Pacitalian English, Paðanezë, Paē'ipā, Pænnar, Pajan, Palandrian *, Palang *, Palato, Paleipareiko, Palhàwan <, Paliinysch, Palindome, Palixian, Palli, Pallisic, Palmix, Palo, Palu f’Dule, Pan-Arisch, Panaisan (Panayan) <, Panaka, Panamerikan, Panaysian, Panceor, Pandla, Pandunia, Panedo, Panjani, Pan-Kel, Pan-Micro-Tartar, Panowa, Panroman, Panslavien, Paradonis, Parcáda, Parla, Parthavan, Pasanian, Pasetok, Pasilingua, Patiavibato +, Patoku, Patos-Dimou-Glossa, Patrick Garcia's unnamed language, Patrienish, Pattudha, Pa-ul-don <, Paulian (Pavlovski), P@Xàãokxáã (14th millennium Terpish) <, Payvikian ˚, Péace, Pearlish †, Pègla, Pejept (Pejeptian) ˚, Pelazgijski, Pe Ma De, Pemis (Pemis_Sprochna), Penginijtung, Pengne Kanjese, Peninsular, Pentrifian, Perio, Perilo, Perligata, Persiziö <, Pértome, Peska terran *, Pespimbesa (Proto-European), Pešud, Petaylish, Pete J A’s unnamed language, Peto, Petr Mejzlik’s unnamed language, Petrocea, Pezoläl (formerly: Pezolanian), Pfäln (Pfaelon), Pfluger,  Phaleran, Pharoenx, Phelsolegy, Philosophical Language, Phinja, Phirrin, Phobibêph, Phonetic Picture Writing (Artlang), PIE based “ Quenya”, Pigaic, Pikardski Język/Pikardsku Younzuk, Pikto, Pikutu, Pil’koska, Pilonja <, Pilovese, Pireneux, Pirol, Pirimassian, Piscean, Pisina Pirunga, Pita-nikuka, Pitena <, Pjaukra *, Plain English, Platio, Plefande, Plije *, Plundarian <, Pmitxki,  Podka <, Poilschi, Pokkian, Pole, Poliseam Faraneit, Polka Pisin, Polonés, Polovian, Polskikski, Polszycznya, Połść, Poluski, Polymorfic Conlang, Polysynteetti-Latina, Pomatski, Pommeragnian, Pommerish, Pongingha, Popiaro, Popuopo, Pórzér *, Post-Karampic, Poþi, Ppalaami, Pra-Esperanto, Praet, Prakartylski (Proto-Kartyl), Pranum, Pranxaj Gorgonat (Gorgonadish), Pratl turoi, Pravic, pre-Proto-Central-Mountain, Preia, Prelæng, Prethnag, Primal *, Primitive Elvish, Primitive Liotan, Prisk, Prodict, Prometej-Prosvetitelj, Proslava, Proto-Aknoba <, Proto-Alifuro, Proto-Avnai, Proto-Bandanese, Proto-Blodic, Proto-Cecnyx, Proto-Celtic, Proto-Central-Mountain <, Proto-Centric, Proto-Charic, Proto-Coim, Proto-Dalurian *, Proto-Dhokro-Kohanian, Proto-Drem, Proto-Eastern-Almean, Proto-Eastern-Lemurian, Proto-Ecoi dialect, Proto-Eldarin, Proto-Elvish, Proto-Ermuibase, Proto-Eshi, Proto-Fajau, Proto Future French, Proto-Ghinsun, Proto-Hambah, Proto-Harnian, Proto-Ileuran, Proto-Jyvy <, Proto-Karampic, Proto-Kelgic, Proto-Kesk’an, Proto-Kønen, Proto-lang by Airship Hobbit, Proto-Language (by Dewrad), Proto-Language (by Sleiar Flar), Proto-Liotan, Proto-Madhainic, Proto-Mull, Proto-Mushroomese, Proto-Nahalenian, Proto-Naltuushin <, Proto-Nekturian, Proto-Paratinó *, Proto-Pektoatic, Proto-Peninsular, Proto-Pjaukra *, Proto-Praatic, Proto-Qúnaq <, Proto-Ragda, Proto-Red-Vixorian, Proto-Samran, Proto-Sazgwa, Proto-Sini <, Proto-Shufeche (Sjuefe'he) <, Proto-Southern Slavic, Proto-Taigan <, Proto-Tailanca, Proto-Tjek, Proto-Turtledan, Proto-Tyloto, Proto-Ulbic, Proto-Üzgürland, Proto-Western (by Robin Morton) <, Proto-Western-European, Proto-White-Vixorian, Proto-Xoronic, Proto-xuul <, Proto-Zouanian, Proto-Zu <, Protoss, Prout, Pruski, Pseçenco, P’shatyat’ka, Psharadi (Modern Tsaran), Pulver (Pulue) <, Puoni, Pushakian, Pwamp.

Q

Qa, Qadoron, Qaeju, [q@for], Qakhlen, Qakwan, Qanao <, Qatama, Qathoashqan, Qecqulgc, Qelisian <,  Qelviete, Q’en׀gál, Qento, Qenya, Qested, Qevesa, Q'hudwa, Qintari, Qitsári *, Qohenje, Qootärfloams, Qos (Kłoski) *, Qôsmiani, Qtwyqp Qly, Quadian, Quadralónia dialect, Quaelitz, Quai'op, Qu’alla, Quanafi, Quarn, Qùaroetè, Queenstongue's Namelles Conlang, Quentinian, Quenya, Questikan, Qūeẃerro, Quick Script, Quilnian, Quinticulan (Suad’he), Qundi, Quren, Qusuchian, Qusuchian Colloquial, qutak'aq, Quya, Qwerty, Qwghlmian.

R

Raaish, Rabidirishdude’s unnamed language, Rabine (Moziac), Rac,mamoqei, Rachajcki, Rachovian *, Rafoarm’d Ingallish, Rag, Ragnish, Rahha <, Raitoliste, Râjpûshti (formerly: Räkonian, Rayapurese), Rakdovysak <, Ral, Ralan, Ralubian, Ram, Rammy *, Ramyo (Rami) <, Ranamemi, Rång (Rången n'Arla), Rás, Rasafa, Rasjiku, Raspone <, Rate Ïnlici, Ratinese, Raubakhe, Raumish (Raumen), Ravulebya *, Ravumi, Rav Zarruvo, Raxanadon <, Razdiat, Reach, Reatan, REconlang, Rečahuja <, Reformed Darseni, Reformed Ellepaisteol (Jepaiteu), Reformed Esperanto, Reformed foxian, Regimonti, Reĝledh (Reghledh, its dialects: Central Urban Area, Oyiņæyyamo, Southeast, Southern Marches, Standard (Saĝex), Western Coast), Rejistanian, Relosc, Rémaï, Reman, Rénag, Renegian, Renglish, Renik, Reńim, Renoc, Reptilian <, Reptilian (by Converter), Required Language, Reslevi, Retehitu, Revised Vixen, Reziko, Rhademorish, Rhaetic Latin, Rhaklhing, Rhasnikþ *, Rhean, Rhelos, Rhéna, Rhesajan *, Rhyl (its dialect: Rhyliei), Rhyllan, Ricosa, Ri Franca, Rigavie Sutanio, Rihana-ye, Rihansu, Rihieven, Riiformd ‘meri’kn Speli(ng), Rikshinar, Rîlin, Rimreag, Rindalo *, Rinench, Ripai Turreo, RiStairaas, Rítanú, Rivaansa, Rivertongue, Rkag, Rnihonön, Ro, Roctegedda, Rõduesh, Roeyse (Røysamål), Rohirric, Rohunien (Róhón), Rokbeigalmki, Rokja (Рокия), Rokti, Rommâdă, Romanabic, Romanal, Romance, Romanica, Romanice, Romanico, Romanid, Romanova, Romans, Romanslavic, Romantica, Romanze Standar (Romance Estándar), Romaşa, Romêno, Romini, Romor, Romulan, Řon Lebië Kestië, Ronnes, Rootian English, Rosahiens, Rosaşolês, Roskey, Rostlian, Rotaaviyu, Roughly, Roumán, Roumant, Rozmova, Rozumio, Rpoku, Rrimar <, Rtemmu, RTlang <, Rugian, Rúmeann, Rumi, Runda, Rungwith, Runî, Ruomosuony (Joan’s Language), Rus Guor, Rusk, Ruskio (Simplified Russian),  Ruslavsk, Russian Pidgin, Russlish, Rutimal, Ruundada (Huntsinese), Rúvuk,  Ruxzétö, ry, Ryghęlęt, Rykabyn <, Rynnan, Rysan, Ryupisasa.

S

Sa, Sã, Saafëni, Saalangal, Sa'ana Daxa, Sabasasaj, Sabethir, Sachian, SaDaK:aK <, Saerish, Sailig, Saimiar, Sainik *, Sairan, Saitlaa, Saiwosh, Saiyanese, Saja, Sak <, Sakata ka Kapomo, Salabai, Salamondé, Salani <, Salanjan, Salarian, Salean, Sälle Mient, Saltanian (Saltánski),Salthan <,  Salveto, Samarka, Sambahsa-mundialect, Sambeke, Samensprak, Samgi <, San, San (by Claimed languages), Sa'nakkan, Sandritu, Sanendapi, Sangi, Sænoliko, Sanua, Saónian, Saphah, Saprutum, Sar <, Saradic, Sarden (Sardenos), Sarga *, Sarjan, Sarkelean, Sarlahpek, Sarus, SASXSEK, Sathir <, Satirocitan, Satoské, Satritain, Saturnian (Wfönktsktän Mask), Sau, Sauleniit, Sauo *, Sautuhla-tai, Šauxan, Savamese, Saweli, Sayboh, Sazetoyen, Sazyksy, Scaffonic, Scallin, Scandinavian, Scandofrisian, Schweissen, Sclavinian (Sclavine), Sdrawkcab egaugnal, Sealandic, Seatemendo, Secret Language (Yapik), Sedé, Seduk <, Seezzitonian <, Sehhani, Seimi, Sejuvli, Sekala, Seldm <, Selensei, Selgish, Selian, Selvanian,  Sembar, Semitish (Semiti), señaDiXattxasi, Senáre, Sen.esepera, Senyecan, Senzar, Senzlaviit, September 23, Seraglia-jun, Serikats <, Serio-Follonian (Lange Seriz), Sermo/InterNova (by Jose Soares Da Silva & Pierre Morin), Sermo (Neo-Latin, by heremaecg), Sérromano, Servator Mundi's recent language, Sertarka, Seshaa, Seshian *, Setcwdan, Sethial, Setowu, Seu *, Seuna, Ševát, Seversk, Sevorian, Seye ˚, Seyekoneth, Sfaha, Sgen <, Shaantavi, Shaelic <, Shaja, Shaleyan, Shan ˚, Shaquelingua (Chaquelingua) *, Sharing Reis, Sharioléh, Sharkaivian, Sharoliyan *, Shas Sid, Shayanans *, ShaydyurohShdeete, Shear, Sheendansk, Sheepnese, Sheli, Shemspreg, Sheñ, Shiato <, Shilgne S'drawkab C'navdair, Shilñe, Shinsei, Shiwi, Shklynda, Shnan, Short Words, Shtarmoni, Shu Shimtomi, Shyxlo, Shyiiwook <, Siberian, Sida, Sidaan, Sidhwa, Sïdmak, Siddyka, Sienda, Sìenda, Sifvirian, Sikduré Nawiské, Silarg, Sile, silent breast's unnamed language, Silindion *, Silvje, Simbit, Simpekso, Simplified English, Sinampaiton, Sindarin (its dialects: Doriathrin, Falathrin, Northern Sindarin), Sindhueuropaiom, Sinèsh, Singala, Singlis, Sínìstrím's namelles language, Sinistrion, Sinnish *, Sintesal, Sippan's unnamed language <, Siră Kăntănâri, Siralla <, Siroyth Noma, Siriuis, Sitandellë, Sjal, Sjastjodo, Skälansk, Skerre <, Skippian,  Skjønøhavsk, Skli’u Gyuu, Skuodian, Slakha, Slaruuq, Slavëni, Slavensk, Slavic Italian, Slavido, Slavisk, Slavski, Slensk, Slezan, Slin-Englysh, Sloivonsk, Sloka, Sloveno, Slovenskej Jezik, Slovianski (by Gabriel Svoboda), Slovianski (by Jan van Steenbergen), Slovic (Słowski), Sloviensk, Slovijanski, Slovio, Slovo, Slubovian, Snagesk, Snifferanto, Snivvian, S’noke, So, Socceranto, Socialese <, Sodbursk, Soernlon, Sola, Solenaro, Solinian, Solresol, Somerish, Somish, Sona, Songêwmah, Songulda, Sonica, Sonnend, Sorgalo, Sor'inytian, Sorolan, Sorukan <, Sosekubo, Soth Atlak dialect, Sou, Sound Writing, Southern <, Southern dialect, Southern Drychite †, Southern Emanon ˚, South-Germanic, South-Gorgorian, Southern Olobac, Southern-Proto-Lang *, Southern Rever ˚, Southern Troppus ˚, Southern Turtledan, Southwestern dialect, Spalski, Spanglish (by Eamon Bohan), Spanglish (by James L. Brooks), Spanish (Spanish Germanic Conlang), Spark, Spartan 05's Unnamed Conlang, Special English, Speed Language, Speedwords, Spekumo, Spelin, Spiranta, Spocanian, Spokil, Spræca, Sprakemi, Ξρατ, Sratha, Srælisk, Sreihet <, Srpskar, Srbspañorsk, Sshflur dze Cshevraki, Šsioŵe Łuŵuŕ, Stālāg(Terbian), Standard Akwaran <, Standard Atlak, Standard Aughinian (its dialect: Northeastern Aughinian), Standard Djūn (its dialect:  Nīpsī /Nibsi), Standard Dzenguas (its dialects: Dzengoas, Dzengoas-I, Dzengoas-I-U, Dzengoas-U, Dzenguas-I, Dzenguas-I-U, Dzenguas-U), Standard Kaupelanese, Standard Veltic, Standre, Staroaasticki, Starohiundajski, Starsza Mowa, Starszy Język, Stchafe, Stendrt Midlnt Nourthwest (Merhn), Sthutese, Stilendeiske, Stilendeiskelt (Old Stilendeiske), Stilenspok, Stipfone, Stitch Words, Straifpin’r ˚, Strathin <, Strennic, Strigo’s unnamed language, Stronish, Sturnan, Su, Śuaheidan, Subuobuverubo, Sudalic <, Suddakkosimh (the Convention), Südelfisch, Suduk Kelo dialect, Suduk Paro dialect, Sudzádûrai *, Sufaran, Sugar, Súgwi, Suicki, Sulekhi, Suma, Sumakkadi, Süna, Sundmannískar, Sunilinus (Unilingvus), Sunishi, Sunnenska, Sunset Elvish (Pinuiidan), Sunshine, Suomen-Kuuri, Suomen-Kuurin Esiaste, Suoníppomí, Suraetua, Surfarian, Surinaams, Surmenian, Susachi, Süümäri, Suvile *, Svaela, Svalborðiska  †, Svansic (Svůcisk), Svargo †, Šwarlarur (Svaralturir), Sveioniz, Svendivian (Svandivienn), Swa-di, Swassagi, Swensh, Sylphic, Sylvan, Sylvan (by Shadowclan), Sylvani, Sylvyn, Syriculaen, Sy’ve’tigdal, Szákinpesti, Szentar, Szkev Demane, Szlaviński, Szonican.

T

Ta!, Taalen, Taalquesento, Taalsrien, Tabin ˚, TABRATSA, Tadvárdcel, Taesongean, ta-Hedul Fárásÿ, T'ága, Tagánui, Tahruyanha, Täîksiri, Tailanca, Táiperset (formerly: Prokese), Tairezazh, Taisát koroi, Taiwazaiho, Tajak, Tajistani, Tajnaska, Takiritalë, Taklix, Talamäskanski, Talanic, Talarian, Talcas, taldamgal *, Talevian, Talhata, Talisman, Talisrannic, Talnisheth <, Talloese, Talossan, Talümena, Tamek, Tamlian <, Tamopae, Tamwortian, Tanaçaxucan, Tânä i Fô:dmkê:vhī Nhā i Zhǒv (the tongue of the Angels), Tanaic Gionic, Tanatian/Abeng <, Tanerai, Tantorin, Tan Tyls <, Tapissary, Tarakanian, Ta Raonta <, Tarcan <, Tarenec, Táriatta, Tarijan, Tarikar, Taermoryan, Tarnese <, Tarseit <, Tarshiinite, Tartetha, Taruven  ˘(<, *), Tas, Tasaryjski,  Tasbuur (Tasbuurça, Tasbuur Tïlï), Tashkor, Tassian, Tasu, Ta Ti, Tatzic (Standard Tatzic, its dialects: Southern Tatzic, South-Western Tatzic, Tatzic Tiranë, Western Tatzic), Taumelan, Taurahe <, Tauro-Piscean, Tauvonian, Tavorijan (Tavorian), Tavos, Tazhenat, Tazatta, Tazhi, Tazhu, Tcatcalaqwilizi <, Teficir, Tegan, Tegwynvant, Tehian, Telarian, Telavu, T'el'eon <, Tèlemoni, Teliya Nevashi <,  Telona *, Teltan, Telthuilgok (Tel@uilgo//), Telveshna, Temenia, Temusig Mumta, Tenctonese, Tendivid, Tengado’s nameless language <, Tengul, Ténnima *, Tentan, Teonaht, Teôshi, Tepa <, Teran, Teria, Terkes, Terkunan, Terlinian, Ternaru, Terpish, Terpish (14th millennium), Terran, Terranean, Terrian, Terugy dialect, Tesalski, Tesarèlan, Tesk, Tesna, Tešawa, Teudho, Tev’Meckian, Tevric, Tevurivë, Têwer Þlnþ, Ţewtaj *, Thaathmuul <, Thagojian, Thà’-Lam-Má-Xê’d, Thälanen Erdëa (language of Erdä), Thalassan, Thalassan Votic, Thanusil Yelemudel, Thaqqal, Tharan, Tharindil, Thathkrian, Tha-Tizê, Thauliralau Tryk < , The Aarnikot Mountains Language, The language of Gul Yentel <, The Witch Language, Theidiskon (Proto-Germanic), Theng Ho-Chi Su, Thenqol, Thént <, Theolan4, Thesome, Thesuric, Thiaran, Thiazic, Thiudisca Rasdó,  Þlán Tesiljosta, Thlin, Thomavmic, Þònate, Thornic, Thorsutian, Thosk, Þríaöna, Thrilettrabrian, Þrjótrunn, Thulhjaltic, Thûtsc, Thyerese, Thylean, Thyrrian, Tíašperese <, Tibbisi, Tichosian, Tiemish *, Tiendian, Tigerian, Tikasako, Tikolmian <, Tilotos, Tinga, Tino, Tinzirean <, Tirelat *, Tirkunan, Tirin, Tîšî, Tjelwu, Tkanare *, Tlaumsu, Tlavatli <, Tláymyts, Tleni, Tlharithad, Tligorean, Tlixapoli, Tlomavra *, Tniymb-Cäut, tochempta, Todinyed, Togan, Tokana, Toki IO <, Toki Pinglish, Toki Pona, Tokimb, Toko, Tokuga, Toldo (its dialects: Eo, Spa), Tolerneese, Tolko, Toma Heylm, Tomato, Tominian, Tómobec, Tondavite, Tongadengesa, Tongilgo, Tono, Toono <, Toquay <, Torab, Torantine, Toriaeg, Toricalan, Torklish, Torkiy (Tryk Had), Torodossnon, TOROM, Torrin, Torscript, Tosi, Totbachi ˚, TOTERMA, Tothamandi, Tothian, Toutonian, toyabamo, Toytonic, Tozych, Trader’s Vrinic, Trade Talk, Trade Tongue, Trangzhik, Transinor, Transitional English, Transitional Esperanto, Transseto, Trari, Traveller’s Delan, T’reiaith, Trelli, Tremni, Treoygeom, Trêvan (Tręvan, its dialect: Mountain Trêvan (High Trêvan)), Treven, Trezi, Tria (Triasprache), Triksçe, Triparian, Triton's unnamed language, Troilgulm, Trűyzba *, Trwljj, Trypiaan (its dialects: Eastern, Northern, Southern, Western), Tsani, Tsano, Tsayah <, Tséeyò, Tsolyani, Tsœxisca, Tsukikoish †, Tuchuqfa, Tudasaxa, Tuetsh, Tukbeyo, Tuk-u-piak, Tulinx, Tumata <, Tundrian, Tun'Lu, Tunu, Tunu (by Mathias), Türgyar, Turil, Tursan,  Turtl Hed, Turtlehlead’s unnamed language, Tusesca, Tushets, Túsyelan, Tutelya *, Tutonisk, Tuurtlaants, Tuvelauan, Tuyutatta, Tviskgermaansk, Tvoshtic, Twisspraak, Twix93's unnamed conlang, Tyahyutkhochul <, Tyeu, Tyl-Syok *, Tymru, Tynas, Tÿnnatel-Quälthas, Tynthna, Tyrakian, [tyu], Tzixi <.

U

Uajiren *, Ualia, Uamaca, Uampraaxe, Ubell, Uberish, Ubu, Ufo-pid, Ufójú, Ufosat, Üganlar, Ughonic (Угхониц), Uhli <, Uiama <, ‘Ukana ‘akau <, Ukti, Ukwe, Ulamþar, Ulango-Mondlango, Ulasu, Ülbü, Ulla, Ulm, Umbrean *, Umeboci, Umlai, Umonani, Umthirish, Una, Unahoban <, Unal, Undercommon, Űnengwé, Ungil, Uni, Unilingua (by Nowbar Agopoff), Unilingua (by R. Self, Unish), Unita, Unitario, Unité Linguche, Universala, Universalglot, Universal Language, Unlingvæ, Unolok, Üoalakar (‘Wah-la-kar’), U'osiSauo,  ?upata, Upêci, Upper Änerenian, Üqoi, Úrgën, Urianian (its dialects: Highland Urianian (Standard), Lowland Urianian, Scollerinian, Western Lowland Urianian), Urimik *, Urkinoaje (formerly: Urkinoanian), Urko †, Ùrobasica, Urolino, Uropi, Uroš <, Urunniak's unnamed language, Uruz, Uscaniv, Usenic, Utesalañe, UTL, Utroshian *, Utrux, !u?u?ñë:k <, Uusisuom, uuteib eafeis <, Uuzceudon, Uzajemni Slavjanski Jezik, Uzjgawsj.

V

v545's unnamed language, [v@], Vabungula, Vadace, Vadacian, Vadimish <, Vaeldian, Vealg's unnamed language, Vaijerīna (VR),  Vaior, Vaish <, Vaiysi, Valaamaar, Valak, Valavya, Valdyan, Valerian, Válefos <, Valko Nemura #, Vallés, Valiantish, Valikara, Valmelind, Valois French (its dialect: Valois), Vâlyn, Vamela, Vanati, Vanu †, Varadei, Var'aq, Varaton, Vardavic dialect <, Varde (1), Vardeu <, Vardhastani <, Vareoha, Varklev, Varmani, Varrh, Varro, Varuppo, Varvar, Varythn, Vasmontian (Lingvo Vasmontia), Vašt î Kûvik, Vateno, Vatrask, Vattic, Vauraht, Vayaun, Vbazi, Veckdrut *, Vedani, Vedanic, Vedejasian <, Vedjani (519), Velarinian <, Veldan, Velian, Vellos, Veltparl, Velu, Vemiesiire, Vendergood, Vendi, Vendibaltin, Vensctian, Venyarin *, Veqq's unnamed language, Verdonan, Verdunian, Verdurian, Verentian, Vernacular, Vernanttu, Ve Segelm A Laiʒőðét †, Veshtai, Vesmol, Vesona *, Vetorsk, Ve Yiso <, Vezurian, Vidnasa, Vidulu, Viennese (Waenerisch), Viisyal (its dialects: Worlak, Honbwaga, Firk), Vijyareu, Vikto, Viktot li Rhak, Viku, Vilani, Vinæleda, Vindlandskau, Vinlandic, Vintian, Virelli <, Virgoranto, Viselek, Visemese, Vises, Vistulan, Vital English, Vitrian, Vityng (its dialects: Northern Vityng, Southern Vityng), Vizaki <, Vjääryir, Vladician <, Vlantish ˚, Vlashiil, Vling, Vlutun, Voa Special English, Voajellikk *, Vocatae (Foxish), Vogu, Voidä, Voivodinese, Voksigid, Volallan, Volapük, Voldapeko †, Volgarian, Völkehrverkerssprache, Volosk, Volsertu, Volscian, Vônánà, Vong, Vop, Voradian (Hungaro-Slavic), Vorlin, Vosh, Voskian, Vosrede, Vöxek, Vozgian (its dialects: Motyak, Slopik), [vp@hig@zw@df@bp@hig@zw@df@bk@mp@hig@zw@df@b], Vradi, Vrendhalk <, Vrialese, Vrit, Vritian, Vskirrti, Vudrian ˚, Vulcan, Vulgare, Vult (Vaältd, alien language), Vungric <, vunmin (1-3), Vuraponei, Vuyamu, Vwgezha-Ixhötë, Vylkos.

W

Waat Inglis, Waba, Waddenisk, Waelgie (its dialects: Lower Waelgie, Northern Waelgie, Upper Waelgie), Waimahui, Wakalian, Waltuur <, wanladigala, Wano-tae, Warhammer Dwarven, [w@s], Wasabi, Wasaqalu, Watakassi *, Waxni (Waxnian) ˚, Wecá, Wede:i, Weisforthisc, Wekku, Weltsprache (by Eichhorn), Weltsprache (by Volk & R. Fuchs), Wenðes *, Wenedyk, Wenedzki, Wenne <, Wesn, Wessisc, West Saxon, Nνουγοϝαϊτούλη ννελεϝ /Nnougofajtoúlï nnelef (West Vaytulian), Westelfisch, Western Kanjese, Western Turtledan, Western Wenedzki, Westmarche, We z’te, White Croatian, Wiatycki, Wielkopolan, Wijre †, Wikilret, Wiltgenian, Wiki Neo, Winklesnort, Wirockish, Wistra-Gutisk (formerly: Guthlansk), Wivojs, Wlw, Wobilese, Woeuenik, Wokulski, Wolfin, Wolski, Worastanski, Wordsmith, World English (Weltlang), Worldspeak, Woryzh <, Woznackh, Wrahnig, Wu Bîrh’æpæn, [wu?qriq@xc@c@gv@x@w], Wytnsprach.

X

Xabari, Xaceri *, Xadim, Xaini, Xaîni <, Xamagas, Xap, Xap II, Xara,  Xarabbi, XBRV, Xdianx’s unnamed language, Xeméle, Xéniara, Xenyu, Xerde (formerly: Xeran), Xeta, Xíkhinirñöth <, Xili ˚, Xinkutlan *, Xiusperont, Xoaxio, X'ocpláq', Xon, Xôulogua, Xperanto, Xtoräq, Xurnash, Xuxuxi, Xwibe, Xxââ’ânücââ, ynerai *.

Y

Yac, Yachagakos <, Yad, Yahina ˚, Yahrim <, Yair Ailinte, Yajuk, Yalland, Yallian <, Yama < (its dialect: Takan Yama (Northern Yama)), Yamül, Yána, Yanakipchak, Yangor (Yangorese) †,  Yán Koryáni, Yannin, Yanveginish (its dialects: Nördi (Northern), Züdi (Southern)), Yardistani, Yartima, Yasaro, Yataša, Yathor, Yawng Kokuelt Kumenatal, Yäwúrêyí <, Ya-zu, Yažlovo, [yc@c@km@c], Yeaji, Yebwing, Yeishen, [yeq@q@d], [yeqoq@t@d], Yen †, Yerti <, Yet, [yf], Yf Rgalin, Ygyde, Yhát, Yhteiskieli (Common Fantasy Tongue), Yiåf, Yileach, Yingdilah, Yinyin, Y-irril *, Yisian, Yivrian, Ylid, Ylstra-Bedin <, Ylysepen <, Ymændyrie, Ymbruan, Ýnleddsk/Vinlandic, Ynnok *, Yo, Yobuub <, Yoddlan,  Yokēti, Yonian (Yoniv smăcë), Yòngyahn, Yorí, Yorlakesian <, Yorskr Tunguh, Yranic, Ýtádý <, Ytydot (Ol-yt-yd-ot), Yufora, Yuiyo <, Yuiyo Creole <, Yukkish, Yur Muth Ahe (Muthah), Yutyraman <, Yvarja.

Z

zāban Māzaiy ˝Medyjski˝,  zāban Pārsaiy, Zadrōvian, Zæečøķ, Zaediar *, Zahlensprache, Zali, Zamalo, Zanar, Zantonese, Zarhian, Zariva <, Zatapa, Zayaq, Zaynktooks <, Zdava, Ze (formerly: Lepidopteran) < Zedeti, Zefash, Zegzolt, Zelknaym, Zelonian, Zelonzhenian <, Zelse, Zembos, Zenabem, Zengo, Zengue (formerly: Dzingu), Zénlandish, Zeonic, Zereskaoate, Zerg, Zestrian, Zetysh, Zevino’shoma, Zhaj, Zhamlang, Zharranh <, Zhelpal, Zhinwen, Zhontós, Zhütjetji (its dialect: Zhütjetji-Tazyakuu), Zhyler <, Zinjao, Zinzuvian, Ziotaki Retiki,  Zirinka <, Zitwbata *, Ziuzzoniho (Lazzino) sermo, [zj@pj@ctyq@jup@pib@ng@m], Zjivalian, Zlasa, Zoinx < , Zolm, Zopojleet †, Zorþa, Zotm <, Zravel, Zuind (formerly: Zunzic) †, Zunishi (Proto-Zunishi), Zûnthåmê (Zukish), Zurbian, Zurë, Zusayan, Zuvak <, ZWG, Zwumgei, Zyotense, Zzarnildarciz.

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Conlangs which have transfered or changed their name (13): Atlantic † (on: Âdlantki), Dingva † (on: Dingwâ), Interceltic † (on: Celltiecc), Veldkater's nameless language † (on: Ve Segelm), Kańśprak † (on: Wielkopolan), Nesupian † (on: Nesuped), Oinapelutega † (on: Oinaposa), Qelvietu † (on: Qelviete), Romana † (on: Romantica), Sjastian † (on: Sjastjodo), Tinxirean (on: Tinzirean), Viko † (on: Viku), Ymddirish † (on: Umthirish).

 

II. These are 663 of those 652 constructed languages and 11 dialects from which I don´t  have all numbers to 10, but only those which they are written in parenthesis (It is possible that in some conlang until now they didn´t developed numbers systems).

Between down mentioned languages from my collection of numbers are written also languages in which I don’t have all numbers to 10. From a lot  of languages I have data only for 1 number. Please if you will read this text and if you have all numbers from 1 to 10  which from down mention languages, which I had put they between languages for which I don’t have all dates for numbers from 1 to 10 to inform me. I will move them from Constructed languages and dialects  from which I don´t  have all numbers to 10  to: In my collection of numbersin which is… constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs and dialects (1-10). Thanks.

I many languages below mentioned numeruos systems still aren't finished or they change incessantly.

As soon as I'll know all numbers all numbers from 1 to 10 in which of below mentioned languages I'll put they above between those which are known all numbers from 1 to 10.

 

A

Abajeŋa (1, 2, 4, 5), Adamitik (1), Aθáta (10), Adjuvanto (5), Adjuvilo (1, 3, 5), Adûnaic (1, 2, 7), Aduuni (Westron; 1, 3, 7, 9), Aeelfeenùniyr (1), Affanonic (2,3), Ahua Language (1, 3), Aide (1, 2), Airula (1, 2), Ajuk (1-9), Akani (1), Aldanar (1, 5, 6), A'leamona (1), Alien Conlang (1, 2), Alisarï (1, 3, 6), Altuta (1), Alyador (1-9), Americai Speak (2), Anaphora (10), Ancient Language (1), Anđawakinđa (1, 2), Anđału (1, 2), Aniesé (1-3), an Isolating Language (1-3), Anrek (2, 3), Antariano (1), Anti-Babilona (1), Antipolitan (5, 8), Ao (1), A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling (1, 3, 5-7, 9, 10), Apolema (3), Appânatsę (1-7), Aramansch (4), Archean (1-5), Arô (1-3), Asdolin‘s unnamed language (1, 10), Aspele (1), Ashi'i (1-5), Atari (5), Atas (1), Atreidean Fremen (2), Atreidean Galach (2), Augmétad Fanétik (1-6), Ausónia Bhâmā (1), Auxil (1), Avench (1), Avirmalyi (1), Awingiwa (1-4), Azallien † (1-4), Azrat (1).

B

Baby language (1-3, 7), Balono Lingua (1-3), Bang Fa (2), Barsoomian (1, 4, 7, 8, 10), Barushlani (1-8, 10), Bathadir (1), Bemo (1-3), Betari (1-3), Bin Tahr (1), Birhrhalin (2), Blaanian (1-8), Blaia Zimodal (1), Bleghish (1, 2), Blondel (1), Bokontonian (1-9), Bokuchi (1, 2), Boreanesian (1), Brandonian (1, 3-5, 7, 9), Broyan Stage Language (Den’broi; 2, 10), Bulyth (5), Bush Telegraph (2), Byujellin (1-3).

C

Cacone (1), Cailéadhain dialect (7), Callis (1, 7), Caracolês (1), Celdarin (1), Cenlatorre (1-4), Çetazo (1-7, 10), Chaevi (1-5), Chatter (1), Chaytuhshoo (1-6), Cherk (1, 5, 7, 8), Chevraqis (1), Chinese Pidgin English (CPE, 1, 3), Chorukur (1-6), Chrol (1-4), Ciña (1-3, 8), Classic Īz-Drotoros (1), Classic Īz-Drotoraraq (1), Classical Yiklamu (1, 2), Common Germanic (1-5, 8, 10), Common Tongue (1), Comunspek (1-4), Concorde (1), Conlang #2 (1-9), Core Language (1, 3), Cosmoglotta (1), Coung dialect (1-6; this dialect by Dügor language), Cultine (1-9), Cumasch (1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10), Cut English (1, 3, 10), Cynrethil (1).

D

Daevŧguth (1-3), Daimyo (1, 3), Daine (1-5, 7, 10), Dalma (1-6), Danarib (1), Danubian (6), Dardain (1), Dayantar (1-3, 5, 7-9), Deini (1-5), Dendzyż (1-5), Deteurocolumnese (6), Dhâna (1-3), Diallic (1), Dilhok (1-7), Díp Stul (2), Dirorexi (1-7), Dits (1), Djalalien dialects (1-6; this dialect by Dügor language), Dlatci (1, 2, 5), DLT (1), Dobulgan (6,7,10), Domisin (1), Draconic (by Ikkakujyu;1-3), Draconic (by Owen K. C. Stephens;1), Dragontongue (1), Draqa (Drhaqa; 1-4, 7, 9, 10), Dune Chakobsa (2), Dunĥu Pādrur (The Palabearish Language; 1), Durin (1), Dutch-German-French variant of Europanto (1, 4), Duxile (1-4, 9, 10), Dvolavech (8), Dwarf (1), Dwarven (by Alagaësia, 1), Dwarven Pidgin (1).

E

Earth Language (1-9), East Osceano dialect (1), E'at (10), Ëbre (1, 2), Edhelkwen (1), Elleya (1), Eloram (1, 2), Elven (by Steven Sypa; 1, 4, 8), Enalda (1, 3, 7, 9), Enchanta (1-3, 5, 7-9), Englan (1), Englhec (1), English Spelling Reform (1, 4), Énnbe (3, 4), Ěpaņo/Katayeno (1, 2), Eredun (1), Erjani (1), Erone (1-7), Ervański (1), Eschi (1), Escinet (1), Eskayan (4, 6, 8, 9), Esperan (1-5), Esperantida (1-3, 10), Esperanto-II (1), Esperanto Sen Fleksio (4, 5), Esperido (1), Etem (1), Euroberdoi (1-3) †, Euroglot (1, 2), Europa Latine (1), Europan (1), European (1),  Europún (1-6, 8-10), Eviendadhail (1), Exile (3), Exorian (1-5), Exploring language (1, 4, 10), Éyam (1-8, 10).

F

Fada wana si Burunda (2), Famasi (2), Fanetik (1-5, 8), Faraghin (1, 2), Feringistani (1), Fleen (1), Flarklian (1-5), Flayic (1), Florish (1), Folkstung (1-5), Franco-Netherlandic (1), Frarès (1,3, 7, 9).

G

Gabwe dialect (1-3), Gaceria (1, 4, 5, 6), Gaciça (1, 3, 7, 9), Gaelish (1, 3), G’amah (3), Gatun (1), Гавупыз (Gavupyz; 1-3), Genalp (Genesis Artificial Language Project; 1-6), Genzaigirach (1, 3, 5, 10), Gerrull (2-10), Glörsa (1, 2), Goblin (Gible; 1, 3), Gothese (1), Gothic (by David Salo, 1, 3, 7, 9), Gramadach (1), Gwadoreg (1, 3, 7, 9), Gwynth (2, 3, 4)

H

Hallowese (1), Hamdi (1-5), Hanáwenzo (1-3), Hani (1), Hanubo (1), Hara (1, 3), Hashdani (1-5), Héhà (1, 2), Hellerick C. Ferlibay's unnamed language (2-7), Heren cel (1-4), High Dharan (4), High Nobuzyanese (Hob-Nobuzyaani; 1-9), Hlacimusos (1-5), Hlayan (1, 3), Hluv (1-3), Hûiniske (1.3), huPeiput (1, 2), Hwaerd Raaz (1, 2, 7, 9).

I

Ig Oejh Cjam (Troll Language 1-8), Iju Puna (1, 2), Iksto (1), Il dialect Centralia (1), Ile (2), Illfilin (1), Ilkorin (1), Im Thasmar (1), Imperial Language (4), ʔimulaŋxalogan † (1, 2), Inflationary Language (1, 4), Inglisj (1-3, 5-10), Interling (1, 3, 10), International Language 2 (1-4), Isaac Penzev’s unnamed language (2), Islandian (1-6), Istaran (Church Istaran, 1), Ituortenu (2), Izel-Hâr (1, 2, 3).

J

Jaïbi (4), Jæjæ Vÿrme (1-3, 4-5 = some, 6-10 = many), Jelardin (2-5, 7, 8, 10), Jelbazech (1), jiVoqu (1).

K

Kadje-oren (1-9), Kai’kebri (1-3, 5), K'aitani (1-3),  Kakarak (1), Kaldaka’s unnamed language (1-5), Kaliso (3-10), Kartesian (1), Kassih Khang (1), Katanic (1), Keva (2, 3, 5, 6, 7), K’cha T’zhek (1, 4, 5), Kemet (1), Khamtra (1), Kierkegaard (1), Kiff (1-9), Kigniehac (1), Kimma (1-3), Kumpian (1-3), Kimva (1-3), Kimwa Lilyeho (1-3), Kingfa (1-3), Kingifa (1-4), Kingiwa ‘Awiwasa (1-4), Kinsi Rorotan (1-8), Kirezagi (1), Kizion (1), Kizval (2), Kjuluad (1-6), Klingonese (Klingonaase; 1-3), Koa Patu (1), Kobaian  (1, 2), Kómakia (1), Ktulkhu (1, 3-9), Kucpergap (2, 10), Ku’Lajin (1), Kuru (1), Kusthy (1, 2), Kworafi (1-5), Kyontawa (1), Kythish (1-5).

L

Lacue (1), Lagogny (1), Laiti o Tanata (1, 2), La Ken  (1-4, 6, 10), Lakeidud (1, 2), Lameneald (1), Lami-fasch Lamiran (1), Lämķi (1, 2), Languan (1), Lano (4, 5, 7), Lanu den gental (1), Lapine (1-4), Läridi (1), Lataadid (1, 2), Late English (1-8, 10), Latino-Greek (1-8, 10), Latoji (1 , 2), Låtuk (1, 2), Lé (1-3), Lego (1), Lese (8), Leskventin (1), Lesnoraíth (1), Letraviel (1-9),  Lhenazi (2), Limborgidian (1-4, 6-10), Lin (1), Lindenian (1), Lingua Lucaria (5), Lingua Slavica Universalis (1, 2), Linguum Islianum (1), Lingwo Internaciona (2), Liquni (1, 3), Lissenian (1, 3, 7, 9), Liu (1-5), Llis (5), locuroso's unnamed language (2), Lodarliel (1), Loglan 95 (1), Lohankanu (1-5), Loroi Trade Language (2), Lothran (1-4), Luakanese (1), Luftlandana (7).

M

Mabri (1),  Machi (2, 3), Maltae (1), Manaža (1), Marparolo (1-6), Martian (by Roger Kuiper; 10), Matscem (1), Medial (1), Merechi (1-5, 10), Mes’a (1), Meshkrula (3-10), Meynian (2, 3, 5, 10), Microlang 1.0 (1-3), Middle Hassus (1-5), Middle Mukaic (2-4), Mijador (1-4), Milangia (1-6), Mildek (1), Minhyan (1-3), Minustarian (Minûstâryu Hôlvu; 1-9), Miricti (1), Mistral’s Occitan (1), mnemo (1-5, 6-9), Modern Aârish (Eanaltarisa Aâran; 1-9), Modern Arilde (1-3), Modern Nïxalos (1-5), Modified English (1), Mói’ài’yà (1), Molguri † (1-5, 7, 8), Moonshine (1-7, 9), Moundsbar (1, 2), Mulbrei (1-9), Mundelingua (1), Mungayöd (1, 5), Murami b (1-7), Mûtsipsa † (1), Muut (1-3).

N

Nadsat (1-3), Nafi-Cewmad (1-3, 10), Nai’kebri (1-3, 5), Ñakiw pym wifiw kingewhawwamas (2, 3), Nalosya (1), Namyuan (1), Nanese (1-3), Narbonósc (6), Natece-Atechana (1-7), Nathia dialect (1), Neato English (Néytoe Inglish; 1, 2), Neherat (1), Nemês (1), Neobastanski (1-8), Neoispano (1), Neolatino (1), Neonormand (8), Nesheti (2-4), Neu-Inglish (3), Neuslawisch (2), Nevbosh (4), New English (1-3), New-South-Iscimenian (1-9), Ngolopalnec (4, 7, 10), Nicaeran (1-7), Nietarenska (1), Nila non-growl (1-8), Nilenga Vector Tense dialect (1), Nindara (1-5), Nindic (2, 4), Nobalingos (1), Noble Tongue (1), Nobuzyanese (1-9), Noktanu (1-3, 5, 7), Nolikan (1), Nombera (4, 7, 10), Nonlen (1-9), Nórdicg (1), Norrois (8), North-Gryf (2, 8), Northern Colloquial Charyan (Den’naha; 2-6, 10), Northern Kalderanian (1, 2),  Northern Orko (1, 3, 4,...etc means "many"), Nosthreame (1), Nother/Skeskatai (1, 2), Novesperant (1, 4, 5), Nov Esperanto (Antido, 1, 2), Nova Esperanto (1, 3, 7, 9), Novalo (1-7, 9, 10), Nov Latin Logui (1), Nowopolski (1,2), Nuif (1), Nuwaubian (Nuwaubic, 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9).

O

Oa-Sa (1), Obúka Lún Êkimyu (1-9), Oingææ (1-5, 10), Old Galamorean (1, 3), Old Iconian (1-5, 8), Old Kandar (1, 2), Old Mukaic (2, 4), Old Tongue (1), Old Tžuro (1-3), Old Woryzh (6), Olo (1), Omeguese (1-3), Omikronian (Futurama; 1-3), Orcish (Orcan, 1, 2), Orcs (1-4), Orrezais (1), Orgom Silva (1-4), Orkish (1-3), Oti-misuju (1-6), Oua-Daïan (1), Ouranian-Barbaic (1-8), Oxtelans (Irxti M. Alphabet (IMA); 1-9), Ozay (1-7, 10).

P

Paiodd (1, 3-5, 8, 9), Pao (2), P'ar (Lûr Bû Bâi; 1-5), Paonaise (1-7, 10), Pasigraphie (1-6), Paysan dialect (1-5; this is dialect by Ibran language), Pélénne (1, 2, 5), Pendap’tri’suyrsuri (1-3), Perdeskris (Singlespeech; 1-3, 5, 7, 9), Perfect Language (1, 2-6, 8-10), Phiring (1), Pictish (4, 8), Prajiþiast (1-3, 7), Predator language (Yautja, 1), Prevli (1), Proto-Ajasin (1-5), Proto-Coast (1-6), Protocolumnese (6), Proto-Dhakrathat (1-7), Proto-Drake (4), Proto-East-Arakhelian (3, 6), Proto-Isles (1-4, 8), Proto-Iscimenian (1-9), Proto-Isthmus (1, 2), Proto-Lukpanic (1-5), Proto-Mukaic (2, 4), Proto-Muut-Hluivian (1-3), Proto-Source (1), Proto-Shavitic (1-2), Proto-Wahme (3), Proto-Western (by Dewrad; 1-5).

Q

Qalak (1, 2, 4), Qamet Oryä (1), Qremiqauna (1), Quëndallë (1-3).

R

Radilu (1), Rainimbodhisattva's unnamed language (1, 2), Rashoarai (1), Reasian (1-9), Rębata Tęk (1-3), Recent language (1-9), Reformed Ao (1), Reformed English Spelling (4, 7), Reform-Neutral (1), Regelluga (1, 2), Reasian (1-9), Rhaetian (1), Rheava (2, 3), Ricadh (1), Riformd A’merikn Spel’nq (1, 3, 5-10), Rimonah (1-4), Rodzki (1, 2) Roesan dialect(1-5; this is dialect by  Ibran language),  Romlang (2), Rosaket (1-6, 8, 10), Rough Language (1-3), Round Robin Conlang (2), Roxhai (2-5), Rrldha (1), Rumiyaan (8), Runkô (1-4, 6), Ryriacas (1), Rzemski (1, 2).

S

Šadebu (Shadebu, 1-9), Saishan (1-3), Sakarunnu (1-8), Sandorean (1-7), Sa-o gi kh (1), Sarroc (1-3), Sahax (1-3), Sbs (1), scheme for reform of English spelling (4, 7), Schklorpya (1, 8, 9), Scryptic 2 (1, 2), Seinunjdje (1), Seiphel (1, 2, 6, 10), Selewski (1, 2), Senelhian (1-3), Separanto (1-3),  Separdonão (1), Shai’kebri (1-3, 5), Shelavic (1, 3, 7, 9), Shemoran (1, 3, 7, 9), Sheral (Ŝerał; 1), Shiki (1-5), Shin’a’in (1, 2), Shralun (1-6), Sigsumeidsi (1-4, 8), Simpenga (1, 3), Simplified Inglis (1-7, 9, 10), Siskiyouan (1-8), Slee (1), Slovianski-P (Odkavski, 1 - 5), Sojaz (3, 5), Sotonok (1-9), Southern Colloquial Language (Den’poim; 2, 6, 8-10),  Southern Kalderanian (1,2), Southern Language (1-9), Spocamerican (1, 2), Sprachbund’s unnamed language (1-5), Sprejk (1), Sslass (1), Stofonian (1-4), Svodeshu (1,2), Swedespeak (1,2), Syldavian (1), Sythen (1-5),  Szkev Blikhehe (1, 3, 7, 9).

T

Tah (1-9), Tai’kebri (1-3, 5), Tasrantal (1-4), Tatari Faran (1-5,10), Tatletöön (1-9), Taxonomies (1), Tech † (1-7), Tælf (1), Telek (1-2), Telerassin (1), Telerin (1), Ten Język (1-7), TEROLMA (2), Tetelgen (1), Thelemic Language (1, 2), The Light of the World (1-4), The World Pidgin, (2, 5, 7, 9), Thiertieh-Century English (1-4),  Thindol (1-3), Tilat (1), Timerio (1-4, 7), Tinean (2, 4, 5), Tit’xka (1, 8), Tlasanâ (1-8), Tlingitom (Stillborn Konlang; 1) †, To Aneu Klísi Ellēnikó (1-5), Toka (Toqa, 1), Toki Sona (1-5), Tolwd (1), Tonsberian (1),Töööl (1-8), Torendian (1-8), Træ Spæch (Trai Spai-kh; 1), Transpiranto (1), Trentish (1, 2, 4, 5), Treth (1), Triáni (1), Tsokani (1, 2), Tulahi (5), Txahata (2, 3), Tzegalo (1, 2, 6, 10)

U

Ubnadk (1-3), Udjag (1-7, 9, 10), Uksuksuk (1-8), Umod (1), Uniform English (1, 2), Unipix (2), Universal (1), Universal Language (1-5), Universala Lingva Kodo (10), Urdis (1), Uren-Narnian (1-9), Utat (1), Utyeghuíl (1-5), Uyseʔ (1-3).

V

Vala Lakha (5), Valemski (1-6), Valhalish (1), Varek (1, 3, 7, 9), Vegan (1-6), Vei’kebri (1-3, 5), Veltish (1), Veltsin (1-9), Verithian (1-8, 10), Vermont Revised Spelling (1, 2, 5), Vernaclerian (1-6), Viskuo (1-5), Vivo (1, 3), Vladeur (2-4), Vorlien dialect (3, 5-8; its dialect by Arvan language), Vorondil (3), v/rshush (1, 2), Vulartum (1), Vyääh (1), Vyaskar (1).

W

Wanian (1-3), warNalyaN q@l@ (4), Warski (1-4), Wegana (1, 2, 6, 10), Weirakamol-wet (1), West Germanic (1, 3, 4, 6, 10), Whythy Hills (1-5, 7, 10), Wiratati (1, 2),  Wol Wantok (1).

X

Xiringa (1, 2).

Y

Yaghthis Gheidhelos (1-5, 9, 10), Yanusu (1, 2), Yarum (1-4, 7, 9), Yassëna (1, 2), Yiirabarhi (Siirabarhi; 1-7), Ylinian Druatch (1-5), Yllurian (1, 3, 7, 9), Yry (1), Yumhir (3).

Z

Zadrian (1), Zazenimi (1), Zealandic (1), Zelandish (1-5, 10), Zemblan (3, 4), Zephulyan (2, 4, 5), Zinglish (1), Zircon (1-8), Zi Zâra (1), Zoran (1, 2), Zujuz (1), Zyvlusda (9), Žajan Pidviš (1), Ženošo Dangā (2, 3, 10).

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I’m apologizing to everyone if I did make some mistakes when I classified languages. I will be very happy if you will tell me in which it should be sort if it is not correct.

Else I wouldn't like none conlang finnaly deleted from my all list on this page.

Because I think that it wouldn't be incessant to wipe sense.

If I would do this incessanly. This looks me as that be I delete some natural extinct language from my list for example:

Etruscan, Phoenican,…etc.

 

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