Books in this subject area deal with constructed languages: languages whose phonology, grammar, and/or vocabulary have been consciously devised by an individual or group, instead of having evolved naturally. There are many possible reasons to create a constructed language: to ease human communication; to bring fiction or an associated constructed world to life; for linguistic experimentation; for artistic creation; and for language games.
The following 33 related categories may be of interest, out of 33 total.
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- ► Book:Esperanto: A Complete and Comprehensive Grammar (12 pages)
- ► Book:Klingon (1 cat, 17 pages)
- ► Mirad (9 pages)
- ► Book:Quenya (14 pages)
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- ► Volapük (1 page)
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The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total.