Hello everyone! In case you were wondering, conlang is short for constructed language. Yup, so that means: it's a language whose phonology, grammar, and vocabulary have been consciously devised for human or human-like communication, instead of having developed naturally. It is also referred to as an artificial or invented language.

With that being said, I was wondering if you have a conlang? I have come up with one of my own and I would like to share it with you. My conlang is called Antartican!!! Here is how it sounds, tell me what you think:

So, what I'm saying in Antartican is: Poleg, e fula ma na Samuel. E sika la dada hamon durael. E kilo mano, alei!

Translation: Hello, my first name is Samuel. It's very nice to meet you. See you tomorrow, bye!

What I want you to do is:

  1. Write down in the comments what your conlang is called
  2. Record your conlang (to hear how it sounds) Here is were you can record your conlang:
  3. Write down what you said in your conlang
  4. Translate what you said in your conlang

Once you do that, you can have fun exploring other peoples conlangs and reply to the ones you like! That's all for now, have fun guys!

October 26, 2017


OK. I'll bite.

My language is called Hork by the aliens who speak it. We would likely just call it Breehah, since the breehahs are the ones who speak it.

A recording of a greeting can be heard here. link The qualikty is not so great. It would be an Earth person meeting a breehah. (And yes the Marvin the Martian voice is part of the whole thing.)

What was said:

sah'he. hoo nop kahpoo'karpah. loig hep hai. hais horsop?

Free translation:

Greetings I’m an Earthling Happy to meet you Do you understand?

Literal translation:

Good to meet I am an Earth-human Gladly meeting you You understand?

IF you wanted to learn a lot more, but not everything about the language or the aliens who speak it. this link is the way to do that.

Wow this is so cool!!!

Thanks for checking it out.
  1. My conlang is called: Tarotilaniano. I think of it as a made up romance language, It's a mixture of Italian and Romanian.
  2. Edit: I just recored me speaking (I'm really sorry for the horrible quality)
  3. Here is how you count in Tarotilaniano. one = a, two = du, three = toi, four = cato, five = cinci, six = sasesa, seven = sieties, eight = optoocto , nine = nouanueve, ten = dicezecese

Soloto! Mi cama Justin. A fosto papelice so memelele to! Lala!

  1. Translation: Hello! My name is Justin. It was a pleasure meeting you! Bye!

Soloto! That's really cool!

This sounds very beautiful! I would love to learn more.
  1. I love you = Io ti aniamo
  2. I hate you = Io ti mumu
  3. How are you = Coco se to
  4. How old are you = Coco ano se to
  5. What's your name = Ce cama ta
  6. I am = Io sonoi
  7. Good = Buno
  8. Bad = Rohano
  9. Happy = Fefelele
  10. Sad = Tiresete
  11. Beautiful = Frumoso
  12. Ugly = ugala
  13. I'm sorry = Io sonoi soroi
  14. Happy Birthday = Fefelele anodie

I can see the Romanian and Italian in Tarotilaniano.

This isn't my own conlang - It was created by multiple people and there are a few fluent speakers. It's called Haramaelic

Sorry for the quality but here's the clip it recording

Here's what I said in Haramaelic: Hi’inclu pésons – met wangara Nort, al met es voca Haramaelic, e Haram. Met li-conda two kirik Haramaelic av inclus quo desir two rechi’et. Ara, voca inclus kestons ab ti langaaj quo yet desir.

Here's what I said in English Hi everyone - I am North, and I'm speaking in Haramaelic (or Haram). I would like to share Haramaelic with whoever wants to learn it (or learn about it). So, ask any questions about this language that you like.

Also - there's a bit of a Duolingo discussion going on asking for Duolingo approve of a few applications that have been made for this language course. So you're welcome to go check that out too if you want to. Just search Haramaelic in the Discussion search.

Oh yay! It's made its way over here too! Honestly check this out guys, its super cool!

For anyone who's interested, I've made a page with links to a resource that covers some basic Haramaelic

Thanks :)


Conlang name: ILan

Recording: I can't record it, so I'm skipping this if that's okay.

Sentence: Vto Woof , bhai vta het vte ?

Translation: I am woof, what is your name?

Literal translation: I am woof, what is name your?

More words for anyone who's interested:


Goodbye - Chende (CHEN - de)

Hello (Less formal; an equivalent of ''What's up?") - Hiyon (HI - yawn)

Honde'e - Good morning (Hon-day - eye)

Hanmeme - Good night (han-mi-mi) (I pronounced like ''eye'')

Hanjouju - Good evening (Han - yo-u-yu)

Jan'ne - Sorry (Yawn - nay)

Mei ya - Thank you (May - yah)

Jaideyde - Nice to meet you (Yi-dee-day)

Hua ji - Excuse me.

Het - Name


Bhai - What (B-ha-eye)

Huy - When (Hoy)

Dihvai - Why (Dee-hiva-eye)

Present tense Conjugation:

I - o

You - e

He/she/it is - a

We are - oi

You (plural) are - ei

They are - ai

Hey! Thanks for joining. ILan, that is so cool. Teach me more! haha

Ju, Samuel , Vto y'ang hei mai ILan . Hello Samuel, I am glad you like ILan.

Ju, Woof! That's so neat. How do I say, thank you?

Hi Samuel, This is a different kind of language, though it partially fits your definition of a constructed language. A long time ago I was a pre-school teacher and we had a pair of twins in our school that had created a private language. It was fascinating to watch them. They were about four years old when we had them, and after a while they became very self-conscious about how interested people were in their language so they wouldn't speak much when people could hear them. But it was delightful to listen to (when that was possible) - it was very melodic sounding and utterly unrelated to English. Apparently this happens from time to time in children such as twins. Sadly, I think they then get separated in school so they have to stop using it, but it is really fascinating and special.

Oh my gosh, me and my twin had a private language when we were little, too! Of course, I don't remember it completely... But, watching home videos of us speaking this absurd, distinctive language was very neat and I only remember some words that we created.

That is really fascinating. I would've loved to see that

That reminds me of how my sister and I used to talk to each other in gibberish, then when we finished, we would tell the other what we were saying. It was really funny, we never said anything close to what the other said.

Haha that's funny, I remember doing that with one of my sisters as well when we were young.

Conlang: Inambã

can't record it, but here's a phonetic transcription: ho ɲẽ'pã.ɾ̃ũ kã'nã.ra ɟa'ɟã.ɾ̃ũ 'ᵐbã.ⁿtũ aɨ̯ o.du.o'rĩ.ᵑɡo ɟe'ɟu.dɨ.kai̯.ka.ta.pu 'ɾe.ko ᵐɓo 'ᵐbõ.ᵑkai̯ ɟãĩ̯ õ.ɲẽ.põ'r̃õ.fai̯.ɾa u ᵐɓo 'k̠ʷẽ.ɾ̃ã ũ'ᵐbu i'tũ.ŋɨ̃ 'ɲẽ.ɲũ.dɨ̃.ᵐbo.ɕɛ nã

Ho, ñepar̃u Connor. Jajar̃u mbantũ ay oDuolingo jejudykaikatapu reko mbonkaĩ jaĩ oñeProfile u mb'o kuer̃a umbu itunhy ñéñudymboche na.

Hi, my name is Connor. I have studied several languages on Duolingo and there are nine on my profile, but I'm only studying one now.

Literal translation: Hi, my-name Connor. Several languages that at-Duolingo I-study-stop-did and nine this at-my-profile but (?) one that only I-study-be now.

Gloss: Hi.FRM 1.SG.AN-name.AN Connor. Several.AN language.AN-PL.AN REL at-Duolingo.AN 1.SG.INAN-study.INAN-stop-PST and nine.AN PROX.AN at-1.SG.AN-profile.AN but CL.AN.SG one.AN MED.AN only 1.SG.AN-study.AN-HAB now

That looks interesting. Btw, you can record yourself speaking it on this website:

Wow! Just from my messing around a bit on the course here, this looks like Guarani. Was it an influence at all?

Yep, in the orthography and phonology.

Love Antarctican! Very pretty!

Conlang Name: Đa'edas (I might change this later)

Recording: I'm just going to skip this for now, as I can't do it at the moment . . .

Đaedas: Hol! Iyo atto Ma'ughanster_! Iyo libo Antarctican! Éru atta đulan! Cu'ix libe du Đa'edas?

English: Hello! I am Maughanster_! I love Antarctican! It is great! How do you like Đa'edas?

[EDIT: Iyo michto miko ona Memrisa ko'uja, faþu en puđeþu tynu'in micht yu'int det. (I might make a Memrise course for the people who might want it.)]

Hol Ma'ughanster_! Iyo libo Đa'edas, I can't wait to hear it! Btw thank you so much, I'm so happy you love Antartican. I would definitely join your memrise course to learn this beautiful language!

Wow! This is an awesome discussion. I really love the sound of your conlang!!

I never really thought about creating my own language but I can't wait to hear/see other peoples conlangs

Mine's callled Kriktak

No - Brusk Yes - Dim.

Dim, brusken bxent'a ko, cłethen Spriken o'bnt.

find a clip here

literal translation: yes, nobad being day, despite weatherbad being. 'a (neg+adjective = positive) 'o (negative+noun = negation)

normal translation: Yeh, it's a nice day today, despite the weather.

What language do you guys think it resembles if any?
  1. Working on a conlang called Semishi.
  2. /si ʂu pɛ'ku.ʂi nɛ sɛ'mi.ʂin ni 'se.wə pɛ'ʂi 'di.ʂu su ʂɛn/
  3. Si shu, pekushi ne semishin. Ni seiwa pekuyoshi dishu su shen?
  4. Hello. I speak Semishi. What is your native language?
  5. Literal Translation: Please salute, I speak in Semishi. [Introduces a question] your language primary is [whatever your answer is]?

The sentence uses the romanization system, not the orthography. All questions are formed like sentences, but starting with 'ni', denoting that they are a question and not a statement. If the question starts with 'what' (there are no words for any other question word), it's structured the same, but with 'shen' after the verb, acting like an accusative noun that would be there if the question were a statement. Adjectives are after nouns, and verbs contain person and tense.

I have several conlangs, I can't record audio but most of my conlangs are easy to pronounce, whether you speak it or not.

Name: (I forgot to name this one) Zarashone, nan Ayotide dela. Gwo gwa dela? Nan n'almo mala. Nan nanhe Anglisrij dela? Nan Anglishhamner xonaversoc sora. Ti den dela, nan anixed dela, nan maneko sahar. Gwa n'almosir chela? Translation: Hello, I am Ayotide. Who are you? I am eating food. Where is my English book? I have an English test at the university. It is here, I am tired, I want coffee. Are you going to the grocery store?

Name: Koreynde Saloyten! Kiynev elln tur? Jiyn elln Iylet jiy tur? Kon elln mek voynds? mek lamur eyyllnomoyks ella meymna. mek voynds elln siy Amerika. Translation (I've actually forgotten a lot of this language) Hello, how are you? I am good, and you? Where are the cats? The best cars are here. The cats are in America

Name: Forgot to name this one too Ca'a'enol'e! Bra'anide? Ver dza'a me'ens. Ma'ar malas? Ver dza'a Ma'erican. Translation: Hello, how are you? I am good, and you? I am American.

Name:Cyrilliktatos Zaenria. Scketka mocc nivv? Yeck gollemied yeco vopreyato mvaal Ayotide. Yeck ckarog Franckockeda i Cyrilliktatos. Translation: Hello (daytime version), how are you? My name is Ayotide. I speak French and Cyrilliktatos. (My name is, literally means, "I announce my calling to be") Please note that this is a romanization as this language uses the Cyrillic alphabet

And that's all i'm gonna share today haha I have more. I hope you like them and please ask questions! :)

Is Antartican based on anything? I love the sound of all the vowels, it sounds like such a happy language, lol. How much of it have you developed?

  1. Esserian / "ksazants"

  2. I don't like recording my voice lol, but here's a (very rough) IPA version: /ɐʃ.ʃɛ sɐ.mu.jɛɫ ɾ̥ei̯ʃ ʃei̯ | ɐk.ɫiʃ ɫɐks.kɾ̥eu̯st u bɾɛɫʃ ɫɐks.kɾ̥ei̯ʃt ɫɐt.ɫakst u ei̯st.ɫɐst | ɪɫ.dɐ.stɐʃ zɫɐ.kɪst ɛ.nau̯ ksɐ.zɐnts nɐv | pɾ̥ɛ çɛ fkɛn vou̯ ɫɪ.tai̯.nɪ nɐv | pɾ̥ɛ çɛ fkɛn (BYE)ɫɐ stau̯ ɫɪ.tɐn/

  3. Ašše Samųěl, Reiš šei. Aklįš laksgrevst, ų brelš lakskreirt, latlakst, ų eistlakst. Ildastaš zlakist, enav ksazants nav. Pre ře vken vǫ litaini nav. Pre ře vken "Bye"-la stą litan. :(

  4. Hi Samuel, I'm Reis. I speak English and I learn Welsh, Latvian, and Estonian. I'm creating a conlang called "ksazants" (Esserian). It doesn't have many words yet. It doesn't have a word for "bye" yet. :( (I'm still at the stage where I'm fleshing out the grammar, so I don't have much in terms of functional vocabulary or conversational phrases.)

Ašše Reiš! I'm so glad you like Antartican! I'm still in the process of making it, all I know is that I want it to be an easy language for people to learn. I want it to sound the way you described it as happy but as far as influences go I haven't really thought about any influences for this language, the language just came to me. lol

I like the way Esserian looks.

I tried working on a conlang once. It was... odd. It has 10 vowels, 10 tones, vowel and tone harmony, Turkic-inspired agglutinativity, and Polish orthography. I still haven't thought of a good name for it, and I stopped working on it after a while.

If you still want me to post a sample of it, let me know, since right now I cannot remember much about my conlang and I need to find my notes on it.

Yes, please! Give us a sample. Thanks!

Since I haven't developed it much, this is all I can provide:

San kłā́bćạjıkıłıt ókủćủmủnä̉s. - I am not reading your books

IPA transcription is /sa˧˧n kwa˨˧˦bt͡ʃa˧ˀ˩ʔjɯ˧˧kɯ˧˧wɯ˧˧t o˧˥ku˧˩˧t͡ʃu˧˩˧mu˧˩˧nɶ˧˩˧s/

It will most likely get worse as I develop the language.

(This took ~45 minutes to type on an iPhone, since I had to enter the whole sentence using a Unicode table. Curse you non-existence of combining diacritic keyboard!)

Holy smokes, that looks complex. Do you have a gloss?

It will most likely get worse as I develop the language. - Dude, I feel that on a spiritual level.

And try the app CIPAK, it's an IPA-based keyboard. It's missing a few symbols, but it allows diacritic stacking and is the best keyboard of its type I've found so far. :)

I spent 45 minutes writing a gloss of the sentence, and it was lost due to Duolingo's bugginess. If enough people are interested, I will rewrite the gloss and post it here.

I can't speak for anyone else, but I'd be interested, lol. I love Turkic languages - they have my favourite grammar of any language I've studied (is that an odd thing to say? That's... probably an odd thing to say). But if not, would you quickly mind talking about the tone harmony, I've never heard of something like that before. I'm assuming it's like vowel harmony, so the tones of the affixes have to "match" the tone(s) of the stem?

I agree that is complex but cool

Dear SamuelCristea,

Take all my lingots! I've only just begun constructing a conlang of my own, but I absolutely love seeing these beautiful creations that you, SamuelCristea, and others have made. Antartican sounds quite highly developed... I notice that it seems to feature almost no consonant clusters and appears even less agglutinative than English!

I'd love to see a site dedicated to Antartican. And if that sounds too ambitious, I'd love to see your conlang on tons of language forums to be shared with everyone. It totally deserves to get noticed :)

...Alei! Matthew

Omg! Thank you so much. You don't how joyful I am to hear this! I greatly appreciate it, thank you so much!! I hope to continue developing Antartican and hopefully it can get noticed like you said! Thank you Matthew! :)

My conlang is called Rodelnian Rhodjelnäno [ʁod͡ʒelnjano:] Further, I will use IPA in some cases

Counting: One - On, Two - Dwj, Three - Drj, Four - Kwad, Five - t͡ʃink', Six - ʃijz, Seven -ʃijt, Eight - Okta, Nine - Nok't, Ten - Dit͡ʃ, Eleven - Dit͡ʃon, Twelve - Dit͡ʃjdwj, Twenty - Dwjdit͡ʃ, One hundred - Sento, 876 - Oktasentí-ʃijtdit͡ʃ- ʃijz

IPA: ʃalɨte, jɨ Miʢajljus. Vensɨsetej od domtɔwa ʃezend. Wol raværer! Script: Șalìte, ì Mihailüs. Vensìsetei od domtowa șezend. Wol raværare! Translation: Greetings, I am Mihailius. I welcome the fact of knowing you. To see (you) again!

Hi. Mi conlang is calles "Blaurikishian" (actually Blårykyshe). I cannot record at the moment, so here it is in IPA: "ʌ​​ɫo, ​​ɫa nyma da mij ​ɛ​s … mij ​​ɫ​​ɪ​​ɴ​​v̊​a dy b​​ɫ​ɒ​​ɾ​ɪ​k​ɪ​​ʂ​ pa​ɾɫa ​ɛ​s. ɫa b​ɪ​n ​ɛ​s b​õ​n kv̊​a ​ʝ​ev̊ɛ​n kõ​ntakt da tij. dõ​tɣ​œ​ ​œ​n baij" Written like this: "Hallô, la nyma da my éz ... My lyngva dû Blårykyshe parla éz. La byn éz bon qa yeven contácte da ty. Dotȓé en baye." Meaning: Hello, my name is... I speak Blaurikishian. It was nice to meet you. Thanks and bye.

I'm trying to create my own conlang. The phonology and orthography are based on Hungarian and Turkish. Most of the consonants are similar to that of English, however, the letters ž is pronounced like the "s" in English treasure, and š is pronounced like the "sh" as in ship. The letter "r" is trilled like in Italian or Spanish. There are 7 vowels in this language (which are a, e, i, o, ö, u, and ü). The vowel ö is pronounced just like in Finnish and ü is pronounced just like in Turkish. The letters "q", "x", "c", "j" are not used. We have a few palatalized consonants (which are gy, my, ny, ly, ky, hy and ry). I haven't really focused much on this language, I've only created like 2 words. The first one is "žara" which means "hello". The second word is "azüra" which means "blue or beautiful". Maybe a possible word for "goodbye" would be "Kai". Other words I've created but haven't given them any meaning are "ilira", "lazara", and "žalyanna". Sorry for the incomplete conlang, hopefully, I can create more vocabulary and structure the grammar. I think the grammar might have a very similar structure to that of Turkish. But again I'm not really sure. I really like agglutinative style grammar and I absolutely love SOV word order. Also, the language will be completely gender-neutral.

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