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Revision as of 19:07, 2 September 2019

This page lists all OGF languages and their corresponding 'real world' language (where one exists). Please use blue background to indicate languages which are identical with languages in the real world or with some minor difference (only one per real world language!)

Languages added here should also be added to OGF:Language families, placing the language in its appropriate group.

Language Countries where spoken Language
(real world description)
Country of Origin Language Group Notes
Adarian Adaria Mix of Spanish, Catalan, Japanese, and some English. Written in Japanese kana. Adaria Castellanese Creole Used in Adaria as vehicular language between states. Only spoken as a native language in bigger cities where inter-state marriage is common.
Agardirian Agarderia No links to real world, *very* loosely based on English Agarderia Only spoken in Agarderia
Akkadic West Commonia, Ardisphere Luciano's creation: based on Semitic roots (Assyrian, Babylonian, Arabic), but written with and borrowing from "Sinian" characters (Chinese AKA Babelic). A native language of a minority people in West Commonia
Aljamic Castellán Closely related to Mozarabic. Unique language inspired by Mozarabic, Spanish and Arabic influences. Castellán Uletarephian/Semitic Spoken by people in Jariya (Region of Castellán).
Altavian Altavia, Auronia, Bloregia, Ulerolånd Norwegian (Bokmål) Altavia Uletarephian/Gaermanic Altavian is an official language in Altavia and Ulerolånd and a majority language in regions of Auronia and Bloregia: Vivedian Islands and Anders Lang respectively
Aloran Alora related to Filipino and Pidgin Alora Asperic/Asanic Language is Unique to the Aloran people
Altazorian Ardisphere Luciano's creation: mixing North and South American Native Languages (Dakota, P'urep'echa, Mapudungun, Nahuatl) Ardisphere Archantan Indigenous Native Language of a people of the Gwynian peninsula. Spoken in communities in Southern and Central Ardisphere.
Akanese Akinyaka Related to Chinook Jargon and other Salish Sea indigenous languages Akinyaka Uletarephian/Akinyakan (potentially Antarephian. are Salish languages similar enough to Algonquin?) Official language of the Northern Indigenous Confederation. Not an official language of Akinyaka.
Álba Caeltig Ionadàlba Scots Gaelic Ionadàlba Uletarephian/Caeltig Official language in N Ionadàlba mainland and the isles
Antharian Until 1980 Antharia and Aurenia Unique Latin language, similar to Romanian and French, having Slavic, Greek and Turkish influences. - created by Stjur Antharia Uletarephian/Romantish Dead language, superseded by Franquese and Romanish.
Arăză Udenarrat conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Isolate A' Minority language - c5% of inhabitants
Artenian Artenia Hebrew-based, made with Hebrew letters. Artenia Archantan Indigenous Native Artenian language. Very 'isolated' styling, some parts are completely unique.
Astrasian Drull Free State Closely related to Dutch Uletarephian/Gaermanic Official language in Drull Free State
Astur Castellán Form of Astur-Leonese language Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken by people in Astura & Legonia (Regions of Castellán). Also known as Legonese.
Ataraxian Ataraxia, Akinyaka Closely related to French (local dialect) Uletarephian/Romantish Official language of Ataraxia
Auvernese Castellán, Valosia Form of Occitan language Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Official language in Valosia. Spoken by people in Auvernia and Catania (Regions of Castellán)
Auronian Auronia, Beaumontan, TA014a Made up from some anagrams of English, some words directly added from English and Serbian. Stylized in the Serbian "Write as you speak it, read as you write it." style. Flag of Auronia.png Auronia Distinct from any other language / Some Ingerish Creole Official language in Auronia. Spoken in TA014a as a minority language due to being a neighbor of Auronia. Because of history, Beaumontan has also native-Auronian speakers.
Axay Chara Uletarephian/Syrillangan
Aŭstro Aŭstrasuno Tero Based on Esperanto. Probably somewhere in Uletha, evolved in partial isolation. Uletarephian/Proto-Ulethan Official language in Aŭstrasuno Tero.
Babelic Bai Empire, Tigeria, Kuehong, Meilan Common Babelic: Real-world Chinese (currently in talks with owner in Meilan about Meilanese)
Imperial Babelic: Based on Hebrew and the script Chinese characters, later transliterated to English.
Bai Empire Huayanic
Semetic
The Bai Empire have not yet exist. As for now take origins as from Orano, where the empire tentatively will be at. There are as of now two forms of Babelic, Imperial and Common (which is OGF Chinese).
Bade (Ba-dé) Commonia conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Commonia Archantan Indigenous Native Language spoken only in Lake Dura area of Commonia. Endangered (c1000 speakers)
Beha Vodeo No links to real-world languages Vodeo Vodean One of Vodeo's three official languages.
Belgravian Belgravia, Brasonia, Luslandia Portuguese and Slavic dialects mixed Belgravia TBD Official language in Belgravia.
Beltish Kalm based on a High German dialect?? Kalm Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Bloregian Bloregia Elements from Finnish, Estonian, Swedish, Norwegian, German, English, Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Russian, also fictional elements. Bloregia Bloric, part of Uletarephian or Ugric (disputable) Official language of Bloregia.
Bofobundan (بفبلالا bofolala) Commonia, West Commonia, Ardisphere Luciano's creation: random invented elements with borrowings from Farsi, Tagalog, Korean. Written using "Parsan" alphabet (Farsi). Unknown Archantan Indigenous Native Language of the Bofobunda people, with immigrant populations in several countries.
Hifnakian Hifnakia Danish with "arabic" words for religious purposes Hifnakia Northern Gaermanic/Gaermanic Spoken throughout Hifnakia and East Uzkesh

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Vinnish Vinnmark Mostly Dutch and English with Swedish and French influences. Vinnmark Northern Gaermanic/Gaermanic Spoken all throughout the territory of Vinnmark and Nordhalvøen (Wesmandy)
Brasonian Brasonia, Cariocas, Luslandia Portuguese from Brazil Brasonia Uletarephian/Romantish Official language in Cariocas and Brasonia. Spoken in Luslandia too.
Cambric Ardisphere, Tircambry Welsh (Celtic) Tircambry Uletarephian/Caeltig (Brethanic branch) Also known as Cambraeg, related to early Proto-Ulethan languages.
Carpadonêz Carpathia Portuguese according to Duarte Nunes de Leão (1576) Carpathia Uletarephian/Romantish Official language of the Unified Kingdom of Carpathia
Caruque Ardisphere Luciano's creation: essentially based on Karuk Language (Native Californian Language in Algonkian language group) Ardisphere Archantan Indigenous Native Language of a people of the Gwynian peninsula. Spoken in communities in Northeastern Ardisphere.
Castellanese (Castilian) Widely spoken around the world. Ardisphere, Balonis, Castellán, San Marcos, Takora, Tárrases, Vega, Castilea Archantea Form of Spanish / Spanish Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Official language of Ardisphere, Castellán; known as Castilian in Vega and Castilea Archantea; also known natively as casteñol
Catanese Castellán and Adaria Form of Catalan language / Catalan Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken by people in Catània & Edetania (Regions of Castellán), and in Canàlia (State of Adaria). Also known as Edetanese in Edetania.
Chinovich Russian and English Archanta (Possibly AR120) Slevyanic
Corcellano (Corcellan) Corcello Italian and Italian dialects Corcello Uletarephian/Romantish Official language of The Republic of Corcello. Dialect of Ispelian
Darcodian Darcodia based on Italian / Italian Darcodia Uletarephian/Romantish
Dematína Ncadézaz Grammar loosely based on Latin, Spanish, and English, otherwise unrelated to any real language Ncadézaz Demantîqa (isolate) Official language of Ncadézaz
Devnunic Devnun (now Wesmandy) Dumnonian (extinct) / Cornish Devnun Uletarephian/Caeltig (Brethanic branch) Dead language. No native speakers since the 15th century.
Djadjarish Pasundan-Padjadjaran TBD***** Pasundan-Padjadjaran TBD*****
Dontdū Udenarrat Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Uletarephian/Gaermanic plus Udenarrat 'Family U' Pidgin of Ingerish (vocabulary) and Utz (grammar/syntax)
Drabantian Drabantia Czech Drabantia Uletarephian/Syrillangan
Eäßnordælåndic Eäßnordælånd Elements from Swedish,Norwegian,Danish,German,English,Icelandic,Finnish Eäßnordælånd
Edetanese Castilea Archantea A unique language based on Catalan, Spanish, Latin, Occitan and Aragonian Castilea Archantea Uletarephian/Romantish?
Eelandese Eelanti Finnish Eelanti Uletarephian/Karoic-Ugric Only spoken in Eelanti
Eganian Rhododactylia, Egani, Niscavo, Vatofarê Greek Egani Uletarephian/Hellanisian
Eirie Caeltig Gobrassanya, Tirnua Irish Uletarephian/Caeltig Also known as Gaeiltig
Eshen Eshein Partly English and German Eshein Uletarephian/Gaermanic Also known as Eshenska
Estianish Estiany (Estianish name: Ísztianország) Hungarian Uletarephian/Uletho-Ugric
Etallic Vodeo No links to real-world languages Vodeo Vodean Regional language spoken in parts of western Vodeo, particularly Rutania.
Eustanese Saneusitania Mix between Spanish and Aranese (Occitan) Saneusitania Uletarephian/Romantish Official language of Saneusitania
Florescentian Brasonia, Cariocas, Carpathia, Florescenta, Luslandia, South Astrasian Federation, Islatramma Portuguese TBD Uletarephian/Romantish Official language in Florescenta.
Franquese Alora, Antharia (only Quartia region), AR332, Ardisphere, Balonis, Broceliande, Cernou, Gobrassanya, Lorredion, Paroy, Pretany, Surricy French TBD Uletarephian/Romantish Also known as Frankish/Lutetian/Gaulaise/Guyennish which may also refer to slight dialectical differences as well. As "Nortian", called "indigenous tribal language of Pretany."
Gaerman also known as Tysk Alora, Eshein, Gobrassanya, Maalfland, Midistland, Schwaldia German Schwaldia Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Galecian Castellán Form of Galician language Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken by people in Galecia (Region of Castellán).
Galician Galicia based on Polish Galicia Uletarephian/Gaermanic or Uletarephian/Syrillangan?
Garlian Garlis based on Romanian and Latin Garlis Uletarephian/Romantish Official language of Garlis, also spoken by minorities in eastern Kalm and southwestern Ísztianország. Also known as Proto-Romanish language.
Garonese Castellán Form of Aragonese language Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken by people in Garonia (Region of Castellán)
Germish related to older form of Low German Uletarephian/Gaermanic This language is an older dialect that is common in Ulethan countries but is no longer an official language
Glastian GlasterAgarderia No links to real world Glaster Isolate Mostly extinct and unspoken in either countries. Bears similarities to Agardirian.
Gobrassian Gobrassanya Dialect of English Gobrassanya Uletarephian/Gaermanic Also known as Native Gobrassian. Spoken by indigenous people in Gobrassanya.
Gobrasi languages Alora, Gobrassanya, Khaiwoon Unique languages inspired by random influences, with some vaguely southeast Asian elements Gobrassanya Asperic/Asanic Languages evolved from various Gobrasi peoples Including Maranese/Gorrawa, Pohalanese, Yanti, Colquit, etc.
Gohangukian (고한국어 go-han-guk-eo) Ardisphere, Commonia, Gobrassanya, Orinoco Korean Gohanguk Isolate Significant minority language in Ardisphere. Official language of Ardispherian federal subject Colonia Coreana (CC). Also
Grumish Grum Yorkshire dialect of English Grum Uletarephian/Gaermanic Official language of Grum
High-Eumanian Kalm based on a High German dialect?? Kalm Uletarephian/Gaermanic
High Astrasian Drull, Levarrie A mix of English and Dutch? South of AR120? Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Hikvang Valaga Indigenous language spoken by native tribes Valaga Isolate
Hyldian Hyldia no Hyldia Moniranian
Inaran Inara based on Celtic Irish Inara Uletarephian/Caeltig
Indigen Latina Latina Latina Uletarephian/Proto-Tarephian Indigenous languages in Latina, there are several dialects
Ingerish Widely spoken around the world English Ingerland Uletarephian/Gaermanic This language serves as the official language of many countries. (aka Inglish)
Ispelian Ispelia based on Italian Ispelia Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken in Ispelia and Vartasimalia
Iskera also known as Vizcayan Ardisphere & Castellán based on Basque Language (Euzkadi) Castellán Isolate Spoken by people in Iskadi and Guevarra (Regions of Castellán) Comuna Vizcaya, Ardisphere
Karolian Karolia, Meridonia An indigenous language based on Estonian with some Finnish and Hungarian tones Karolia Uletarephian/Karoic-Ugric Language that developed in near-isolation in central Archanta
Kalmish Kalm German Kalm Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Khaiwoonese Khaiwoon vaguely Asian-inspired, no real world basis Khaiwoon Asperic/Asanic Closely related to some native Gobrasi languages in Gobrassanya, particularly in the southeast.
Kiolari Rogolnika conlang created by Boge Rogolnika Archantan Indigenous Co-official language of Ingerish in Rogolnika
Kojolese Kojo Conlang by Leowezy; Based on Pyilser, with strong Hopponese influence since 17th century Kojo, especially around today's Pyingshum Kimo-Axian language family (language isolate), considered a creole by a few linguists Official language of Kojo
Ilkova Kovatany Malagasy Kovatany Asperic/Asanic Official language of Kovatany ~100,000 speakers.
Kuehongese (Tiếng Quê
㗂家)
Kuehong Vietnamese (uses both Quốc Ngữ and simplified Chinese script (a reference to Chữ Nôm)) Kuehong Axian-Ardentic Mainly spoken around Kuehong.
Kyori Karolia Dialect of Karolian with distinctive features based on Hungarian and Sami languages. Karolia Uletarephian/Karoic-Ugric
Lakarak Tąpi Rā Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Family U' Official language of Tąpi Rā. Usually transcribed in nunufanu
Lakarakand Udenarrat Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Family U' Spoken by <5% of inhabitants, generally unwritten
Lallans Ionadàlba Scots Ionadàlba Uletarephian/Caeltig Official language of Ionadàlba; 2 dialects
Latinian Latina Version of Spanish unique to Latina Uletarephian/Romantish
Litvanian Litvania A unspecified mix of Polish, Slovak and sometimes Czech. Litvania Syrillangan
Lianese (Going to be the Lia Republic) Japanese Livnian Zalivnia Serbian Zalivnia Uletharepian/Syrillangan (Slevic)
Loganese (FR) Lorredion, Surricy (FR) Conlang related to Kiolari, impregnated with Franquese and Zylandian. Western Archanta Archantan Indigenous Secondary language of Surricy (FR).
Lonica Ardisphere Luciano's creation: random elements, borrowing from Mayan, Mapudungun Ardisphere Archantan Indigenous Native Language of a people of the Gwynian peninsula. Spoken in communities in Northern and Central Ardisphere.
Lonish Lons Personal conlang project of Taka Lons Otjesi-Lonish
Lonoese Lonowai (Gobrassanya) vaguely Polynesian inspired, no real world basis Lonowai Asperic/Islandic
Luslandese Luslandia, Cariocas Portuguese dialect based on Florescentian. Luslandia Uletarephian/Romantish Official language in Luslandia.
Mahhalian Mahhal Luciano's creation: drawing on Algonkian (Ojibwe/Chippewa) vocabulary, with elements of Japanese grammar and a vaguely Korean sound-system. Mahhal Antarephian Indigenous / isolate Unique Antarephian Native language
Mallyorian Mallyore Croatian Mallyore Uletharepian/Syrillangan (Slevic) Official language in Mallyore.
Manjaal (Manjakum) Udenarrat Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Family Y' Minority language spoken by <5% of inhabitants
Maurit Mauretia Fictional Romance language with Semitic and Berber substrata Mauretia From sister family to Uletarephian/Romantish and with significant Semetic substrata
Mayanse Balam-Utz Based on Mayan languages (Maya, Lacandon, Criollo, Spanish.) Balam-Utz Liberan Indigenous Unique to this region of Uletha
Mazanic Castellán, Pretany, Egani Arabic UL137? Semetic
Meilanese Meilan similar to Mandarin with written Simplified Chinese Meilan Huayanic Somewhat linguistically similar to Babelic
Mergan Mergany Mergan language is based on German, with some new words from nordic languages such as Swedish. Mergany Uletarephian/Gaermanic Native language of Mergan people and spoken in neighboring countries of Mergany, Estern Ulethan variety of Kalmish.
Myrcian Official language of Myrcia Similar to Old English Myrcia Uletarephian/Gaermanic (closely related to Ingerish and Scandic) Ingerish is now the de facto language in urban Myrcia but Myrcian still widely spoken and used officially.
Meridonian Meridonia, Karolia Similar to Románš language Meridonian Uletarephian/Romantish
Monolitzhen Kofuku Not real world basis Kofuku A native language of Kofuku mountains that is divided in two dialects.
Mordvin Chara Turka dialect Uletarephian/Syrillangan
Naajalandic Naajaland based on Greenlandic Naajaland National and official language of Naajaland.
Nærs Norðurland based on nordic languages (influenced by Icelandic, Norwegian, danish, Swedish) Norðurland Uletarephian/Gaermanic Recognized as national language, mostly spoken in Suður-Nærsland]].
New-miotian Chara Uletarephian/Syrillangan
New Scandic Ostermark based on Swedish with Danish Ø and Æ / Swedish Scandmark Uletarephian/Gaermanic National language.
Nihonish Belphenia, Hoppon, Tengappei Japanese English mix Belphenia, Hoppon Official language in Belphenia
Niulutic Niulutan Riu no real world basis Niulutan Riu TBD*****
Norlensk Norðurland Icelandic Norðurland Uletarephian/Gaermanic National language
Ohemian Ohemia, Lonnica, ... No real world elements, with very slight Eastern European inspirations Ohemian Jolantian/Ohemic
Okoro Lallemand A mix of Hausa and various other languages of African Origin, has never been written down and is a "dying" language. Lallemand Spoken in the Northern Island of Lallemand and on Nubuja by slightly less than one million people.
Onnutuan Onnutu vaguely Polynesian inspired, no real world basis Onnutu Asperic/Islandic
OrangGunung Pasundan-Padjadjaran TBD***** TBD***** TBD*****
Oyequdeqan Oyequdeq A modern evolution of a tribal proto-language, that has been influenced by colonial Ingerish. Southern areas still use Cyrillic alphabet. Oyequdeq none Spoken in Oyequdeq. A minority language in Aberlusqué due to the influence of Ingerish, also has differences in north and south.
Pagbo Lallemand A mix of Igbo and various other languages of African Origin, has never been written down and is a "dying" language. Lallemand Spoken in the Southern Island of Lallemand in the Mountain.
Palaseskian Palaseskia Palaseskia Mostly spoken near the capital of Palaseskia.
Paxlinga Paxtar
Pollonian Antharia German Antharia Uletarephian/Gaermanic Spoken in the north of Antharia, in Pollonia Province
Standard Pretanic Pretany Similar to but not the same as Ingerish. A primitive Ingerish language similar to Anglo-Saxon English. Pretany Uletarephian/Gaermanic Mixture of proto-Ingerish and proto-Kalmish, introduced by missionaries
Ree Reeland Similar to German/Dutch, with Greek and fictional (proto-Ree) words Ree island Uletarephian/Gaermanic Originated from proto-Ree, a native language with Greek influences, mixed with the language of Gaermanic immigrants.
Roantian Roantra TBD***** Roantra TBD*****
Romanish Antharia, Iviron, Niscavo, Glagol, Suria Romanian Antharia Uletarephian/Romantish includes the following dialects:
Aromanish
Egano-Romanish
Maldavian
Glagolit
Románš Karolia, Ardisphere Based on Romanian and other minority Romance languages in Eastern Europe such as Friulan Uletarephian/Romantish minority language in Karolia and the Ardisphere
Romantian Pretany based on Latin (Classical language) Pretany Uletarephian 'Dead' language, formerly spoken in Pretany and other parts of NW Uletha. Vulgar Romantian developed into the Uletarephian/Romantish languages.
Sawiri (Sagüirí) Sagüira Arabic transcribed with Spanish spelling rules Sagüira Isolate Language is Unique to the Sawiri people
Sanain Sãikyel Direct descendant of Proto-Indo-European Sãikyel Uletarephian, not classifiable into a subfamily. Spoken in Sãikyel and by immigrants abroad
Sandrin Vodeo No links to real-world languages Vodeo Vodean Regional language spoken in Sandrina and parts of Avalon, New Rutland, and Trinity.
Sassn Zylanda related to languages common in Saxony Uletarephian/Gaermanic older form of low-Gearmanic language dialect
Sathrian Sathria, Egani TBD***** Sathria TBD*****
Satro-Romance Castellán Fictional language, Satrian and Romantish language mix on the Border line between Sathria and Castellán Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken by people in northern of Castellán and south-eastern of Sathria
Şaš Udenarrat conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Family U' Minority language - c10% of inhabitants
Scandic Scandmark based on Scandinavian languages/Norwegian/Dutch/Finnish Scandmark Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Shenavroon Shadze-Ma Scots Gaelic with elements of Scots and English transcribed with an alternate phonetic system Shadze-Ma (deriving from Ionadàlba) Uletarephian/Caeltig Main language of Shadze-Ma
Shilesian Shilesia Silesian language Shilesia Uletarephian
Shomi Chira Very loosely based on Czech, Lithuanian grammar Chira Isolate
Siran Lossira Conlang created by Warahan Lossira Antarephian Indigenous / isolate Unique Antarephian Native language
‎Skripian zκcгґгɑɴzś (Skripiansq) Byórn a Slavic language TBD***** Uletarephian/Syrillangan
Sundanish Pasundan-Padjadjaran TBD***** TBD***** TBD*****
Suraté Midistland Kannada Midistland Shía/Rugenia
Surian tbd Russian Uletarephian/Syrillangan
Suurisana Viljanni Finnish tbd
Tanayo Tanay Language inspired by many Filipino and Malay dialects. Tanay Asperic/Asanic Official language of Tanay.
Teps Karolia, Arataran Distinctive dialect of Karolian with Romantisch influences Karolia Uletarephian/Karoic-Ugric
Torian Vodeo No links to real-world languages Vodeo Vodean Regional language spoken in Vadiorare.
Tupi-Guarani Cariocas Indigenous Islandic Cariocas Asperic/Islandic Several Dialects exist.
Utz Udenarrat Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Family U' Main language of Udenarrat spoken by almost half of inhabitants; 3 dialects
Victorian (Viktoriana) Ispelia based on Italian Ispelia Uletarephian/Romantish Spoken in Vittorio
Wapashian Wapashia Conlang; contains English loanwords Wapashia isolate The primary official language of Wapashia
Wiscothic West Commonia slightly altered variant of Gothic Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Wiwaxish Wiwaxia Form of English Ingerland/Wiwaxia Uletarephian/Gaermanic
Wystrian Wyster, Glaster no morphologic relation to earth-languages Wyster
X Udenarrat Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Isolate X' Untranscribed and spoken by an unknown number of inhabitants
Yorugbo Lallemand Simplified Yoruba mostly but with English letters instead of traditional Yoruba accents. Lallemand Islandic Spoken in the Southern Island of Lallemand and on Femi Island by slightly more than four million people.
Yzixmw Udenarrat, Ardisphere (Islas M y M) Conlang created by Ūdilugbulgidħū Udenarrat Udenarrat 'Family Y' Spoken by around one third of inhabitants
Zylandian Sassn Zylanda, Jørpenilands, Latina based on lower-german with influence of Dutch, English and Danish or other North-Germanic languages Zylanda Uletarephian/Gaermanic language roots come via colonists from NW Uletha c.1500's.

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