Uletarephian languages

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Native speakersTBD (as of 2017)
Language familyOne of the world's primary language families
  • Uletarephian
Writing systemRomantian script

The Uletarephian languages are a language family of over a hundred related languages and dialects. The most widely spoken Uletarephian languages by native speakers are Ingerish, Castellanese, Franquese, Kalmish and Romanish, each with over 20 million speakers. Today, 76% of the human population speaks an Uletarephian language natively, by far the highest of any language family.


The Uletarephian languages can divided into the following sub-families, given in alphabetical order:

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