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Acta Lingweenie

One common set of questions in conlanging forums is about how to organize the material, the grammar, the dictionary, lessons, etc. While there are some dedicated language tools out there, most of them are fairly complex or expensive. So most people just use word processors for their grammars and sometimes spreadsheets for their dictionaries, assuming they use computers at all.


The space between the \documentclass and \begin{document} lines is called the preamble, and this is were you can put all sorts of other declarations to change how LaTeX works, either by changing its default behavior or by adding new functionality. For this post, I'm going to mention a few things that are useful for conlangers to have in their preambles.

Alien Tongues | the nexus of linguistics and science fiction

I'm pretty sure I've found a number of articles about linguistics in speculative fiction, but since my Hungarian is pretty much limited to "Az útlevelét,legyen szíves!" I can't be sure. It is worth noting that "have" is expressed by a particular construction for alienable possession: not only is the having subject to change, it is additionally under threat of being taken away.

Amerysk: word of the day

Mann English = man, human German = Mann, Mensch Esperanto = viro, homo Hjæra byan æn mann. Byan thæt fræ Hamor? Ja, thæt byan fræ Hamor. Byan fræ Hamor æn Thyskere? Næ, fræ Hamor byan æn Amerykere. Here is a man. Is that Mr. Hammer? Yes, that is Mr. Hammer.

Anti-Moliminous: conlang

Reisu is a conlang I have been working on for some time. It's the one conlang I have created that I keep revisiting, and revising. Even when it's been only in the back of my mind it refuses to stay away. Reisu is built off of a phonology that I consider both the most useful and beautiful sounds.


Seya e ɔ lɛga alpu. (by Cedh)

Clarion Blog

Your host, Lynda Williams, is the author of the Okal Rel Saga (Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing) and editor of the Okal Rel Legacies series (Absolute Xpress). She also works as Learning Technology Manager for Simon Fraser University and teaches an introductory web development course at BCIT.

Language Creation Society | welcome to

Conlanging is the creation of constructed languages or conlangs, such as Esperanto, Lojban, or Klingon. A conlanger is someone who creates or constructs languages or conlangs.

Conlangery Podcast

This week, we are going to focus on a language you've probably heard us talk about quite a bit in passing: Ancient Greek. Learn how it is the oddball of European languages. Top of Show Greeting: Pali (natlang) Special Mention: Linguistics MOOC Links and Resources: Feedback: Hi George and co.

Constructed Languages

03:51 pm - ANGLO: A System for Transliterating English to Hebrew Script This is not strictly speaking a CONLANG, but it is a constructed script. It's an attempt to systematically render modern English into Hebrew letters. I have tried to keep it logical and precise without being pedantic or overly geeky.

Constructing Language

Musings about constructed languages

Neo (constructed language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . Neo is an artificially constructed international auxiliary language created by Arturo Alfandari, a Belgian diplomat of Italian descent. The language combines features of Esperanto, Ido, Novial and Volapük.

ILLUNSE : a constructed language

Postings contain made-up, fantasy words. Unreal words. Created words. In this blog you will find my amateur fictional words in Illunse (my words), and -- in comparision out of curiosity -- the words of constructed language expert J.R.R. Tolkien (Tolkien's words) in his elven languages of Quenya and Sindarin.

The Conlanging Librarian : The Official Blog of The Conlanger's Library

It seemed to me that there was a flurry of conlang-related activity during the latter part of 2012, so I decided to take a look back and see if any other significant events in conlangs and conlanging took place this past year. Turns out, there were quite a few.

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miresua conlang

Miresua is an imaginary language. Miresua is a scramble of Basque and Finnish, two languages that I don't actually speak but I find interesting. Words are intended to look foreign to English speakers. There is nobody in this world that speaks Miresua as their native language.




Hello all of you who read this, This post will be about the pronouns and the tenses which I will try to incorporate into Xsaan. For the pronouns I will use one for me, you, him, her, it, we, they and you(plur.) for the tenses I will just use three kinds of them.

Language Creation Society

April 14th, 2010 by David Peterson David and Sylvia interview Paul Frommer about his creation of the language Na'vi for the movie . We discuss his experience working on set, and working with movie folks, as well as the language itself. Please note that this interview was conducted in mid-January, and reflects the state of affairs at that time.


Writing systems have been invented and reinvented throughout history. In this tradition, I give you Pseudoglyphs. This website provides information on the design and development of the writing system, as well as the constructed language (conlang) which came after. Influences My goal was to imitate a logographic writing system-where a single character can represent an entire word.

Calm brilliance

So now I'm a little internet famous 'cause of my advocacy in the #nymwars: In other news, I've mostly moved over to G+ for blogging-type activity: I hope they fix the nymwars debacle pronto though, 'cause it really does sour me to have a service think my name and my friends' isn't WASPnymic enough to be "acceptable" to its "community standards".