New Garrýlic is an extinct Garro-Milleo language that fell out of usage when the volcanic island, Lagharrýla, on which it was spoken erupted. It was spoke by a group called the Garrýldą̀sí A few of the inhabitants who survived due to the happenstance of being abroad within the Millic island states, Í Lavuíla Húla, are currently trying to revive the language within an ad hoc community. These attempts have so far been failing as the children of the survivors were quickly assimilated into Millic culture. New Garrýlic is closely related to Millic, and thus possesses several traits of Insular Celtic.
When the Gardas discorvered and eventually settled Wysyr (the group of five islands upon which the present day Mills and Garrýl live(d)), about 1500 years ago, a new dialect of their language, Low Garrýlic "Garáltīd", emerged, spoken by the descendants of the settlers. This was the Garro-Milleic dialect, which eventually evolved into New Garrýlic, Millic, and a third currently unknown language. New Garrýlic had been constantly and rapidly changing and evolving for the past several centuries, making it significatly different from its predecessor, though still resemblant. Being that the entire population of speakers was confined to a single island, the changes in the language, when they occured, became widespread and accepted across the whole population, leading to some very stark constrasts between the language from one generation of speakers to the next. Some of the features that New Garrýlic had developed are: a crude but somewhat exhaustive system of inflection; an abandonment of a standardized word order; several unprecedented sound changes, especially a dramatic expansion of the phonemic inventory.
Nouns and adjectives are declined according to 2 genders (masculine, feminine), 2 dual-number systems (singular, plural and singulative, plurative), and 7 or 8 cases (nominative, accusative, dative, locative, ablative, commitative, genitive, sometimes prepositional). There are also 2 seperate declensional groups with both masculine and feminine genders: declension 1 group (closed) and declension group 2 (open).