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·A Philosophical Grammar of Ithkuil: A Constructed Language: Ithkuil is a cross between an a priori philosophical language and a logical language designed to demonstrate how human languages could function, not as they do function. Ithkuil aims for the highest possible degree of logic, efficiency, detail, and accuracy in spoken/written expression, while minimizing the ambiguity, vagueness, illogic, redundancy, polysemy and arbitrariness of natural languages. Word-formation utilizes concepts from cognitive linguistics such as prototype theory, fuzzy logic, radial categorization and semantic complementarity.
·Ardano project: Ardano is a new project that could help in both international communications and language documentation. It is an artificial language that is very unique and the first of it's kind. It's goal is to take words from all languages in the world to create a real international vocabulary. The project needs you help and support; there is a group for general discussion about the project on Yahoo (Ardano) group.
·Arkian: A natural language spoken in the Ark Maramia microstate.
·Atlango: Richard A. Antonius ATLANGO - The new neutral international language. A new proposal for the common language for The European Union. Easy to learn, pronounce and highly euphonious.
·Atlantian: Atlantian is a science fiction language created by Francis Tokarski. It has an exceedingly rich phonology, and clever and complicated morphology. It is designed primarily for its aesthetic appeal. The grammar is modeled mostly on an eclectic, blend of Germanic-leaning Indo-European grammar with playful theoretical considerations experimented with, including much sound-symbolism.
·Colloquial Black Speech for Orcs, Trolls, and Men: Lexicon of Tolkein's Conlang
·Dastmen, new artificial language: Dastmen is a new artificial language, spoken by a little community that counts on 200 members. Dastmen was created by the Spanish Juan M. Jiménez in 1984. It has a great lexicon, with more than 350000 words, without an existent or artificial lexical root, and a simple grammar.
·Dscript - dimensional writting system: Dscript is a way of writting both horizontally or vertically with the same system, it alows
·El Glhetg Talossán: Site describing Talossan, a Romance conlang begun in the early 1980s by Robert Ben Madison. One of the largest and most developed naturalistic conlangs, Talossan is inspired mainly by North African Latin, Occitan, Sardinian, Rhaeto-Romance languages, and Berber languages, with additional influences from Gaelic, Germanic languages, and Native American languages. The site includes a searchable English toTalossan dictionary/word translator, pronunciation guide, and samples of Talossan literature.
·Esata Language Description: Esata is a newly designed 'constructed language'. It is a 'bare bones' version of English which has been internationalized to a high degree. Esata is proposed as a personal language for English speakers, and also as a simplified form of English for use as a standard creole.
· This is a multi-lingual website introduction to Esperanto and to Esperanto groups and organizations around the world. Tio ĉi estas plur-lingva retloka enkonduko al Esperanto kaj al Esperantaj grupoj kaj organizaĵoj tra la mondo.
·Esperanto Studies and Interlinguistics: A central resource page for research on international linguistic communication and planned languages, especially Esperanto. It includes research organizations, publications, and Internet sites.
·Ido, linguo internaciona: Revue of sites about the International Language Ido, in different national languages.
·I Lam Arth - The Noble Tongue: Site dedicated to the technical analysis of J.R.R. Tolkien's Welsh inspired constructed language - Sindarin.
·Indo-European Language Revival: The Dnghu Group supports and promotes the revival of Indo-European as a modern language. This site hosts news, manuals and software, and is the administrative center for Indo-European revival sites and online projects. Public participation is welcome.
·International Auxiliary Languages: Information on constructed languages for international use.
·Láadan: The Women's Language: Site for Suzette Haden Elgin's women's language from her novels. The language has grown beyond the books. Good sci fi related language links and sites about her: she is a linguist.
·Lara Language: "LARA" is an artistic fictional language, very easy to learn. Its creation began in 1991 and at present it has a complete grammar and more then 7000 words, most of which composed by no more then 2 syllables. There are several texts and translations in Lara language available on the Net. Members can find here the grammar, exercises and complete vocabulary.
·The International Language Ido: Information on Ido, including vocabularies and news from the Ido movement.
·The Klingon Language Institute: The Klingon Language was invented by linguist Marc Okrand for Paramount Pictures Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and has been used in subsequent movies and television shows. The language shows linguistically interesting features as a constructed language. The KLI is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization created to explore the only artificial language to acquire a following in popular culture.