Meta:Language description template
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Note: After completing the language description article, consider taking the opportunity to update:
- Portal page external links section
Introductory paragraphs go first: we need to decide the general format; it probably should be flexible. Should describe the language in a nutshell.
Include every section that applies.
Describe who created the language.
Describe the stated aims or purpose for creating the language.
Describe the etymology of the language's name.
Name any languages or other kinds of influences that might have had an impact on the language design.
State any direct predecessor language that the language might have had. Describe the historical stages of the language, if any, including versions, if any.
Focus on the latest version in this section.
Formal grammar may also be covered in Morphology and Syntax; this section may serve as a recap, or may discuss whatever parsers may exist.
Explain how SSM is accomplished; discuss morpeheme/word stream levels and syntactical levels.
Explain the origin of words and morphemes (apriori, aposteriori, etc.). How are proper names handled?
Analysis(?) Critical assessment(?) Impact(?)
- Novel ideas?
- The impact this language has had on the LL world?
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Loglan (1955)[stub] • Lojban (1987)[stub] • Voksigid (1991)[stub] • Gua\spi (1991)[stub] • Liva (1995)[stub] • Lojsk (2002)[stub] • X-1 (2005)[stub] • Trari (2009)[stub] • Xorban (2012)[stub] • Toaq (2013)[stub] • Tanbau (2014)[stub] • Eberban (2020)[stub]
Ceqli (1996)[stub] • Latejami (1995)[stub] • Ithkuil (?)[stub] • CycL (?)[stub] • IKL (?)[stub]