Littic

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Littic
lietų kalba
Native toKeira
RegionTuyaria
EthnicityLitts
Native speakers380,000 (2020)
650,000
Language familyUletarephian
DialectsWestern
Eastern
Igrian
Krankonian
Writing systemRomantian script (Littic alphabet)
Official status
Official language inKeiraFlag v4.1.png Keira
Domolta Country
Holykustria
Minority language inIgriaFlag v1.png Igria


Littic is a Skarvian language mainly spoken in Tuyaria. It is the most widely spoken and official or co-official language in the Keiran state of Litija flag.png Littia and Igrian state of Domolta Country. It is also a co-official language of Keira and the Igrian state of Holykustria. There are about 350 thousand native Littic speakers and over 600 thousand non-native ones, most of which are concentrated in the northern half of Tuyaria.

Littic is the most closely related to the neighbouring Lathonian language. It is written in a Romantian script. It is widely considered to be one of the most archaic and insular Uletarephian languages, since it still contains the elements of the Proto-Uletarephian language which have been lost in other languages.