List of language groups

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Major Language Groups

Note: This section needs expansion and clarification

For a complete list of languages, see List of Languages

For a complete list of languages by population, see List of languages by total population

Amerindian Language Group

Languages, which are native to people from far southern Astrasia. This language group includes Naajalandic, Wapashian and Xseget languages.

Antarephian Indigenous Language Group

Languages considered native to Antarephian indigenous peoples. Including: Guaiian, Mahhalian language, Eus

Archantan Language Group

Languages common to the continent of Archanta that evolved from native tongues and tribal languages of the continent. Current languages include:

  • Kiolarian

Faltpran (FR)

Kiolari (FR)

Proto-Archantan (FR)

  • Astrasian
  • Southwest Astrasian
  • Northeast Astrasian
  • Northwest Astrasian

Artenian (HE)

  • Central Astrasian
  • Plains Astrasian
Panasite Tribal Languages
  • Montanian Astrasian
  • Lower Astrasic
  • Gwynic-Astrasian

Asperic Language Group

Asperic languages are mostly known specifically by their close proximity to the Asperic Ocean. These languages are geographically defined rather than being defined by their heritage. There are two different language subgroups that exist within the Asperic Oceanic languages.

  • Asanic

These are languages which are more or less inspired by various unrelated East Asian, Southeast Asian and Pacific languages. The various dialects of these languages can be broken down further since there are so many that exist. Some of these languages include: Aloran (somewhat like a Filipino dialect), Gobrassian, Khaiwoonese, Ilkova, Tanayo, among others.

  • Islandic

The second form of language is Islandic. These are common languages found in various tropical islands located in the center of the Asperic Ocean. These languages may be inspired by Pacific Island languages located on Earth. Some of these languages include: Onnutuan, Lonoese, among others.


This group, so far only have 2 almost similar languages: Babelic and Meilanese. Both uses the same alphabet.

Uletarephian Language Group

Languages in this group are related to one another due to the close proximity of Uletha and Tarephia for which this language group is named. Languages from this group are thought to be the origin for many language forms including Caeltig, Gaermanic, Hellanisian, Latin and other language groups.

  • Caeltig

This subgroup is related to early Proto-Ulethan language forms from early settlers in Archanta. Due to the origin of this language being Ulethan in nature it it not considered an Archantan Dialect. Cambric, Eirie Caeltig These languages are similar to Indo-Germanic language styles common in northern and western European countries.

  • Gaermanic. These languages are similar to Indo-Germanic language styles common in northern and western European countries. These languages are grouped into the Borealic group of languages common to the northern part of the continent of Uletha This language group consists of three language subgroupings:
    • Northern Gaermanic. These languages are mostly similar to the Scandinavian languages found on earth. These languages evolve out of the low Gaermanic languages that were common around ancient northern Ulethan tribes. Common Northern Germanic languages include Skandisk, Havvish,Engsch and Eäßnordælåndic.
    • Middle or High Gaermanic. As Gaermanic languages developed newer medal and highland dialects were created. These eventually evolve into their own individual languages. These languages are probably the closest to the Germanic languages found on earth, also known as western Germanic languages. Current languages include: Bayese, Gaerman, High Astrasian, Kalmish, Lentian, Mergan, Pollonian, Ree.
    • Low Gaermanic. This subgroup of languages includes common languages such as: Alvedic, Eshen, Ingerish, sassn, Wiwaxish and Zylandian. These languages have since found their way around the world as people have emigrated to new lands around the globe. These languages were typically, in in northern Uletha Lowlands, and were common among the ancient Gaermanic tribes who lived in this part of the world. This particular route of language lead to the development of middle and high Gaermanic languages as well as the northern Gaermanic tongues that are common today.
    • Gaermanic pidgin languages. Includes pidgin language Dontdū of the oceanic island of Udenarrat.
  • Hellanisian

Greek Style languages that lead to Slevic languages. Language group including Eganian and other dialects of Eganian peninsula, present as a linguistic enclave in southwest Uletha. Older forms of the Ree language are considered to have Hellanisian origins.

  • Proto-Ulethan

Languages considered native to Uletha without links to other languages . Language group including Framthish, Itzkera or Vizcayan (similar to Euskera), Mayanese and Aŭstro.

  • Romantish

 See Uletarephian/Romantish languages

  • Sathro-Airenic

Language group in southwestern Uletha, can roughly be divided into a western (Airenic) and an eastern (Sathrian) branch. The western branch includes Roantian, UL202ian and various languages spoken in the western parts of the Sathrian Empire. The eastern branch includes Sathrian, Pactourian and various other languages of eastern Sathria.

  • Semitic

These languages are similar to Arabic, Hebrew, etc. Languages include: Ibraic, Mazanic, Aljamic.

  • Slevic

Similar to Slavic and Cyrillian languages. Current languages include: Axay, Chionovich, Drabantian, Kaskay, Mordvin, New-miotian, Rugian, Shilesian, ‎Skripian and Surian.

  • Sanain. The Sanain language is considered a direct descendant of Proto-Uletarephian and is not further classifiable. It is the only language that occupies the Uletarephian Sanain branch.

Language Isolates

Languages with no known associates or similar languages.

    • Proto-Tarephian
  • Indigen Latina - indigenous language of natives in southeast Tarephia.
    • Utz
  • Utz, of the island of Udenarrat. No known similarities with any languages of Earth.
  • Indigenous language spoken in the Valagan Rainforest by indigenous tribes. No similarities to other languages.
    • Vyzadian
  • Indigenous language of Vyzesh, a former nomadic people from far Northeast Uletha. Some expressions relate to some languages of UL099, but most of the language is unrelated to any other one.

See also