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Index:Language families

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This page lists real world language families, subgroups and languages and their OGF equivalent, where these languages are known to exist.

Language families are grouped, colours similar to wikipedia. This page currently includes around half of the worlds main primary language families (but only a very small proportion of real world languages). New additions at top level (family) should take a unique colour, based on the colours used in wikipedia.

OGF equivalent of language families in brackets (e.g. (Axian-Ardentic)) means suggested names or temporary, which they can be changed by someone else who can think up of a better name.

'Conlangs' and unique language mixes (i.e. combinations of languages that do not exist in the real world) should be shaded in brown - pick a novel shade from here. 'Grouped conlangs' - that is languages which are related to each other - and creoles of the same language mix (e.g. English & Japanese) should share a colour.

Languages for which Google Translate is available are marked *.

The template at Template:Infobox lang/doc will allow you to place an infobox for your language that automatically matches the colour of the language family shown on this page.

Real world language OGF language Notes
Language family Language sub-group Languages Language family Language sub-group Languages
Afroasiatic Semitic Arabic*, Amharic*, Hebrew*... Proto-Ulethan Semic Mazanic, Aljamic, Babelic, Iviran In UL137
Afroasiatic Berber Berber, Tuareg... Proto-Ulethan Baebe
Araucanian Huilliche, Mapudungun (Astrasindian) Hin'u-Wentru Dungunche Recognised minority language in the South Astrasian Federation
Austroasiatic Aslian Chewong, Mah Meri, Semai (Axian-Ardentic) (Orang) OrangGunung
Austroasiatic Vietic Vietnamese*, Muong (Axian-Ardentic) Kuehongic Kuehongese
Austroasiatic (broadly) Mon-Khmer Khmer*, Mon, Bahnar... (Axian-Ardentic) Pameric Aschnarese, Grinzian...
Austronesian Western Malayo-Polynesian Filipino*, Malagasy*, Malay*... Asperic Asanic Aloran, Gobrassian, Khaiwoonese, Ilkova, Melayish, Sundanish, Tanayo
Austronesian Oceanic Hawaiian*, Maori*, Rotuman Asperic Islandic Earëngi, Onnutuan, Lonoese
Conlang, Hybrid Mostly Malay with heavy Arabic and Hawaiian influence with loanwords from English, Japanese, Hindi, and other Asia/Pacific Languages. Asperic Islandic Jalayan
Caucasian (areal) Caucasian (indigenous) Georgian*, Chechen... TBD
Dravidian Tamil-Kannada Kannada*... (Davidic) (Tameil-Kenida) Suraté...
Indoeuropean Celtic Irish Gaelic*, Scottish Gaelic*, Welsh*... Uletarephian Caeltig Eirie Caeltig, Gaelig, Cambric...
Indoeuropean Germanic English*, German*, Dutch*, Swedish*, Icelandic*, Yiddish*... Uletarephian Gaermanic Alvedic, Eshen, High Astrasian, Ingerish, Kalmish, Lentian, Mergan, Ostrian, Pollonian, New Scandic, Standard Pretanic, Svennish
Indoeuropean Hellenic Greek*... Uletarephian Hellanisian Eganian, Hellenic
Indoeuropean Indo-iranian Hindi*, Urdu*, Bengali*, Pashto*, Sinhala*... Uletarephian Persephian Aryan, Niulutic, Serefian/Serephian
Indoeuropean Italic and Romance French*, Spanish*, Catalan*, Galician*, Portuguese*, Italian*, Romanian*, Astur-Leonese, Occitan, Aragonese Uletarephian Romantish Franquese, Antharian, Romanish, Castellanese, Catanese, Edetanese, Arago, Galecian, Florescentian, Ispelian, Garlian, Astur, Ocetanic, Garonese, Satro-Romance, Vallian...
Indoeuropean Slavic Czech*, Russian*, Slovak*, Polish*, Croatian*, Silesian, Serbian*... Uletarephian Syrillangan Aressian, Shilesian, Drabantian, Litvanian, Surian, Ventrian, Russkie, Mallyorian, Livnian, Dregolesian, Podolian
Indoeuropean Baltic Lithuanian*, Latvian*, Samogitian, Latgalian, Old Prussian†... Uletarephian Skarvian Littic, Lathonian Named after the region of Skarvenala in Keira, where Littic and Lathonian originate. Coincidentally, there's an extinct Baltic language with a similar name - Skalvian. So I think it's a fairly fitting name.
Conlang Slight Slavic and Basque inspirations Antarephian Jolantian Ohemian, Lyrian, Ohesian, Cifontian, Budrian Spoken in North Antarephia
Conlang Slight Arabic, Corse, Filipino and Chamorro inspirations Antarephian Asperic Holmic, Canillian, Taranrian Spoken in close islands to Antarephia and some coastal areas of the continent.
Japonic Japanese Japanese* (Belphanic) Nihonish, Hopponese mostly Japanese but not completely Japanese.
Karuk (Isolate) Karuk Karuk Caruquean Caruque northern Ardisphere
Koreanic Korean Korean* Gohangukian Gohangukian
Niger-Congo Bantu Swahili*... TBD
Niger-Congo Igbo Igbo*... TBD Pagbo
Niger-Congo Yoroba Yoroba*... TBD Yorugbo
Sino-Tibetan Sinitic Mandarin*, Jin, Wu... Huayanic Baiyu Language
Tai Kadai Tai Thai*, Lao*... (Ekko) Ekko , Sawatish
Turkic Common Turkic Azerbaijani*, Turkish*, Uzbek*... Turquan Proto-Turquic Turquese, Uzkeshek, Antigoan
Conlang, Hybrid A mix of Turkic, Uralic and Balto-Slavic with occasional Japonic and Caucasian vibes, as well as completely custom elements. (Turquan - disputed) Oshiranic Oshir I'm still in the process of developing it, so I'm not sure which side the grammar is going to lean towards. Once it's done I'll update this entry.
Uralic Finnic Finnish*, Estonian*, Karelian, Ingrian... (Yurelic) Karoic Eelandese, Karolian, Hayartic, Pohjoismaaish, Suurisana, Teps
Uralic Hungarian (Magyar) Hungarian*... (Yurelic) (Meigyian) Brevinian, Estianish
Uralic Sámi languages North Sámi*, Pitä Sámi*... (Yurelic) Jiemiesillimigiella, Gaskúšillimigiella, Suolitsillimigiella, Oarjiavárrisillimgiellut, Oarjiárdsillimsiut, Četketomsijede, Áardsillimsiut
Vasconic(Isolated) Basque Basque (Euskera)* Mojacanian Iskera Iskera
Conlang No real world elements Kadmaric South Kadmaric Everian Spoken in Leresso, Western Antarephian, language isolate
Conlang No real world elements Altazorian-Albalongan Family Albalongan includes Costese (creolized with Altazorian)
Conlang No real world elements Altazorian-Albalongan Family Altazorian includes north and central dialects
Conlang No real world elements Altazorian-Albalongan Family Yayugo includes Denedere (extinct)
Conlang No real world elements Vodean Beha, Etallic, Sandrin, Torian
Conlang No real world elements Domudu Family Domudu includes "Desert Domudu"
Conlang No real world elements Lonica Family Lonica includes ancient Tlönian and modern Chemeco
Conlang Basque, Māori and no real world elements Taukan Guaiian
Conlang No real world elements isolate Wystrian language Wystrian is the national language of Wyster
Conlang No real world elements isolate Siran National language of Lossira
Conlang, Hybrid Some Armenian, Chinese, French and Japanese Kimo-Axian language family Kojitarian Kojolese (Oéshkaernain Arkatsūm variant counted as separate language only by few sources) fully settled and functional hybrid language mix, evolved from died out Pyilser (Kojitarian) with much phonological and lexical influences from Hopponese and Ataraxian
Conlang, Hybrid Some words derived from "Babelic" (in practice, Arabic and Chinese) Calliesanyan High-Byeric Byri National language of Calliesanyo.
Conlang Mongol, Altaic, Ugric, steppe language sounds. (Yurelic - disputed) Vyzdic Vyzdian Spoken in Vyzh-Ulz.
Conlang, Hybrid Mix of Spanish, Catalan and Japanese, with some English influences. Castellanese Creole Adarian Official language in Adaria.
Conlang Celtic-style language with influence from a variety of Romance languages Līnna Sirāð Spoken in Mahea
Conlang, Hybrid German with elements of Dutch, some Greek words and less words of Latin origin. Includes words with no real-world influence. Uletarephian Gaermanic Ree
Conlang, Hybrid Scottish Gaelic with heavy Turkish and Polish influence, the first one in grammar and vocabulary, the latter in grammar only. Uletarephian Caeltig Lorantian
Conlang, Hybrid A sister family of Finno-Ugric with heavy Turkic and some Celtic and Slavic influences. (Yurelic - disputed) Antic Erbash, Baldavian, Gorak, Dongul Roots in Antigo, arising from invasion of Yurelic and Turquian Nomadic peoples into Caeltig lands. The mutually intelligible Erbash and Baldavian languages are spoken in the Republic of Baldavia.