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  • new page Jita Ona
    created by Moozik
    New page: Jita Ona is a worldlang created by Andrew Meyer. The vocabulary originates from 15 source languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, Filipino,...
    Added category: Worldlang
  • new page Novum
    created by Moozik
    New page: Novum is an international auxiliary language proposed by Michael Moszczynski in 1994. ResourcesEdit Novum on the Esperanto Wikipedia Novum on...
  • new page Nov-Latin
    created by Moozik
    New page: Nov-Latin is an international auxiliary language proposed by Daniele Rosa in 1890. ResourcesEdit Nov-Latin on the Esperanto Wikipedia Nov-Latin on...
  • new page Nov Latin Logui
    created by Moozik
    New page: Nov Latin Logui is an international auxiliary language proposed by Karl Pompiati in 1918. PublicationesEdit Pompiati, K., Die neue Weltsprache , Nov...
  • edit Novam
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  • edit Nov-Ido
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  • new page Nov-Ido
    created by Moozik
    New page: Nov-Ido is an international auxiliary language derived from Ido. It was created by A. Stör in 1937. ResourcesEdit Nov-Ido on Ideopedia
  • edit Toki Ma
    edited by Moozik diff
  • edit Tokiponido
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  • new page Tokiponido
    created by Moozik
    New page: A tokiponido is a constructed language derived from Toki Pona.
  • new page Toki Ma
    created by Moozik
    New page: Toki Ma (stylised as toki ma) is a tokiponido introduced in 2020. It extends and repurposes Toki Pona to be more suitable as an auxlang. NumbersEdit...
  • edit Linguas
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  • edit Linguas
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    Summary: I adapted the name of the author for Esperanto sen Fleksio
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  • new page Rik Harrison
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Rik Harrison is the author of Esperanto sen Fleksio (1996)
  • new page Ben Wood
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Ben Wood is the main author (but not the only one) of Angos (2011)
  • new page Sonja Elen Kisa
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Sonja Elen Kisa is the author of Toki Pona (2001)
  • edit Linguas
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    Summary: I put the correct link for Ferdinand Hilbe
  • new page Ferdinand Hilbe
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Ferdinand Hilbe is the author of Zahlensprache (1901)
  • edit Linguas
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    Summary: Good link for Asajiro Oka
  • new page Asajiro Oka
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Asajiro Oka is the author of Zilengo (1889)
  • new page P. Chevin
    created by Sewelio
    New page: P.Chevin is the author of Yolik (2010-2013)
  • new page P. Hoinix
    created by Sewelio
    New page: P. Hoinix is the co-author of Anglo-franca (1889) with George J. Henderson .
  • new page George J. Henderson
    created by Sewelio
    New page: George J. Henderson is the co-author of Anglo-franca (1889) with P. Hoinix .
  • edit Linguas
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    Summary: Good link for P. Hoinix
  • edit Robert Eugen Zachrisson
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  • new page Robert Eugen Zachrisson
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Robert Eugen Zachrisson is the author of Anglic (1960)
  • new page A. W. Anderson
    created by Sewelio
    New page: A; W. Anderson is the author of Ande (1960)
  • new page Paal-Eirik Filssunu
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Paal-Eirik Filssunu is the author of Amerysk (1979)
  • edit Michael Bush
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  • new page Edward Hatfield
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Edward Hatfield is the author of Alto-Greek (2004)
  • new page Michael Bush
    created by Sewelio
    New page: Michael Bush is the author of Aercant (2002)
  • edit Linguas
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    Summary: Legenda
  • edit Seytil
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    Summary: Numerals:
  • edit Seytil
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    Summary: Personal pronouns:
  • new page Dunish
    created by Moozik
    New page: Dunish is a worldlang created by Risto Kupsala, the creator of Pandunia. The core of its vocabulary comes from English, but words are also borrowed...
    Added category: Worldlang
  • edit Terwene
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  • new page Terlïn
    created by Moozik
    New page: Terlïn is a tonal international auxiliary language created in 2017. The isolating grammar is based on Chinese and the vocabulary is European. ...
  • new page Naobè
    created by Moozik
    New page: Naobè is an international auxiliary language designed for the scientific community. Naobè was created in 2009 in reaction to the inconsistencies of...
  • new page Teedish
    created by Moozik
    New page: Teedish (Teedish: Tedic [ˈte.diʃ]) is an international auxiliary language created in 2018. Despite having a vocabulary that is almost completely...
  • new page Liwi
    created by Moozik
    New page: Liwi is an agglutivative oligosynthetic international auxiliary language created in 2019. ResourcesEdit Liwi on the Conlang Fandom Liwi vocabulary
  • new page Mondilange
    created by Moozik
    New page: Mondilange is an engelang and worldlang created in 2009. It is said to be as logical as Lojban and as easy to pronounce as Toki Pona. NumbersEdit...
    Added category: Worldlang
  • edit Bumlan
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  • new page Terwene
    created by Moozik
    New page: Terwene is an agglutinative worldlang created in 2017. The vocabulary primarily comes from English, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic and Hindi. The grammar...
    Added category: Worldlang
  • new page Bumlan
    created by Moozik
    New page: Bumlan (būm lán) is a tonal worldlang created in 2019. Numbers (1-10): ūn, dù, sān, yòn, fí, lò, sé, cō, ná, tén. ResourcesEdit Bumlan on the...
    Added category: Worldlang
  • edit Seytil
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    Summary: Loan words:
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    Added photo:
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