Brevinian language

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Brevinian language is the official language of Brevinia.

It is part of the Yurelic family, related to neighbouring Karolian language, and Isztian language further west. The relative isolation between Brevinians and their southern neighbors, at a time where the plain of Szabadfeld was largely unpopulated, made the language quite different and largely unintelligible.

There are 3 dialects, corresponding to the main population centers: Breviniai (northwest), Pustabedi (east), and Nyiltumi (west).

Brevinian uses a latin alphabet similar to Karolian or Isztian, but used the Rovash script in the past too, which is still in use in neighboring Vyzh-Ulz for informal writing.