Uletarephian/Romantish languages

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The Romantish languages are the modern languages that evolved from spoken Romantian between the fourth and fourteenth centuries A.D. and that thus form a branch of the Uletarephian language family. Today, around TBD million people are native speakers worldwide, in Uletha, Tarephia and Archanta.

Northern Uletarephian/Romantish

Southern Uletarephian/Romantish

Southwestern Uletarephian/Romantish

  • Maurit language is the sole surviving member of this branch and is spoken in Mauretia.

Archantan

List of Uletarephian/Romantish languages

Language Countries where spoken Country of Origin Language Group Number of Speakers Notes
Astur Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Southern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Spoken by people in Astura & Legonia (Regions of Castellán)
Auvernese or Eustanese Flag of Castellan.png Castellán , Lost country.png Saneusitania, Flag of Valosia.png Valosia Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Southern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Official language in Saneusitania and Valosia
Castellanese Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere, Balam utz flag.png Balam-Utz, Flag of Castellan.png Castellán , Latflag.png Latina, Midistland national flag.png Midistland, Lost country.png Narghana, Lost country.png Renkistan, Takora Flag.png Takora, TarrasesFlagforMini.png Tárrases, Flag of Valosia.png Valosia , VegaFlag.PNG Vega Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Southern Uletarephian/Romantish 193.100.000 (subject to revision) Official language of Ardisphere, Balam-Utz, Castellán, Latina (Latinian), Midistland, Renkistan and Vega.
Catanese Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Southern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Spoken by people in Catània & Edetania (Regions of Castellán)
Darcodian Darcodia Flag.png Darcodia, Ispelia flag.png Ispelia , Vartasimalia flag.png Vartasimalia Darcodia Flag.png Darcodia Northern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Official language of Darcodia, known as Ispelian in Ispelia.
Edetanese Castilea Archantea.svg Castilea Archantea Castilea Archantea.svg Castilea Archantea Southern Uletarephian/Romantish with tahuel and tahiri archatean languages influences. 45000000 Official language if Castilea Archantea.
Franquese Alora Flag 800.png Alora, Flag of Alved 3.png Älved, Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere, Flag-Ataraxia-v1.png Ataraxia, Lost country.png Akinyaka, Lost country.png Beaudry, Flag of BoisUnis.png Bois-Unis, GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya, Wapashian Flag.png Wapashia, Drapeaulorredion.png Lorredion, ParoyFlag.png Paroy, Lost country.png Picard, Flsg.jpg Pretany, Lost country.png Surricy (FR) Flsg.jpg Pretany Northern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Also known as Beaudrais/Frankish/Lutetian/Gaulaise/Guyennish which may also refer to slight dialectical differences as well. The "Nortians were the founding of the "indigenous tribal language of Pretany." and subsequently spread around the globe with the rise of the Catholic Faith. In Picard known as Aquérrese and in Ataraxia and Akinyaka as Ataraxian.

Over 50% of speakers: Beaudry, Lorredion and Surricy

Galeo-Florescentian 2band brasonia.jpg Brasonia, Flag itc1.png Cariocas, Carpathia, Flag of Castellan.png Castellán , Florescenta-flag.png Florescenta, 2band lusland.png Luslandia, SAF flag.svg South Astrasia Flag of Castellan.png Castellán and Florescenta-flag.png Florescenta Southern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Florescentian is a official language in Brasonia, Cariocas, Carpathia, Florescenta, Luslandia, and the South Astrasian Federation. Galecian is spoken by people in Galecia (region of Castellán).
Garlian Garlis Flag.png Garlis Garlis Flag.png Garlis Northern Uletarephian/Romantish 17,900,000 Spoken only by people in Garlis. Also known as Proto-Romanish.
Garonese Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Flag of Castellan.png Castellán Southern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Spoken by people in Garonia (Region of Castellán)
Maurit MauretiaFlag.svg Mauretia MauretiaFlag.svg Mauretia Southwestern Uletarephian/Romantish >16 million Official language of Mauretia
Orlandish Lost country.png Orlandia Lost country.png Orlandia Archantan tbd Official language of Orlandia
Romanish Flag of Antharia.png Antharia, Egani Flag 1.png Niscavo, Suria Flag.png Suria Flag of Antharia.png Antharia (former Kingdom of Romany) Northern Uletarephian/Romantish 28,300,000 Spoken by people in Antharia, in *, in southern parts of Suria and in Niscavo
Románš Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere, Ísztianország, Kalm flag.svg Kalm, Karolia flag.png Karolia and Meridonia flag.png Meridonia Karolia Northern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD Spoken by minorities in eastern Kalm, southwestern Ísztianország, Karolia and Ardisphere. Related to Darcodian and Romanish.
Satro-Romance Flag of Castellan.png Castellán and FlagSathria.jpg Sathria Border line between Flag of Castellan.png Castellán and FlagSathria.jpg Sathria Southern Uletarephian/Romantish TBD

Samples

Lexical and grammatical similarities among the Romantish languages, and between Romantian and each of them, are apparent from the following examples having the same meaning in various Romantian lects:

Ingerish: She always closes the window before she dines.

Romantian (Ea) semper antequam cenat fenestram claudit.
Vulgar Romantian (Ea) claudi[t] semper illa fenestra antequam de cenare

Aquérrese Elle ferme tujurs la fenetre avant da diner.
Aromanish Ea ãncljidi totna fireastra ninti di tsinã.
Astur (Ella) pieslla siempres la ventana enantes de cenar.
Auvernese (Ela) barra sempre la fenèstra abans de sopar.
Boisunian A chotte totjours la feneitre d'avaint de luncher.
Castellanese (Ella) siempre cierra la ventana antes de cenar.
Catanese (Ella) sempre clou la finestra abans de sopar.
Darcodian (Lei) chiude sempre la finestra prima di cenare.
Egano-Romanish (Хia) maiê pantutû înkiхe dzamu antê dê a tsina.
Florescentian (Ela) sempre fecha a janela antes de jantar.
Franquese Elle ferme toujours la fenêtre avant de dîner.
Garlian (Ea) inclaude sempre fenestrea inainte de cinare
Garonese (Ella) zarra siempre a finestra antes de cenar.
Ispelian (Le) a saera sempre u barcun primma de cenà.
Maldavian (Еа) ынтотдеауна ынкиде джеамул ынаинте де а чина.
Old Romanish (Ѣ́) ꙟ̃тѡтдѣꙋ́нa ꙟ̃ки́дє џѣ́мꙋʌ ꙟ̃aíнтє дє à чинà.
Orlandish (Eya) sempre sierra la bentana antes di senar.
Romandian Eu ferme toujours a feneitre ôvaint de souper.
Romanish (Ea) întotdeauna închide fereastra înainte de a cinà.
Románš (Jê) sierre simpriu barconul prîn d'a cená.
Satro-Romance ...
Victorian (Ella) kiude simpre la fenestra prima de cenare.