Srakizma is the language of the Srakizma tribe. Field linguists have gone to great lengths to learn the language of the Srakizma tribe, due to the fact that the Srakizma tribe constantly flouts every Gricean maxim in existence as part of their culture. The name Srakizma is not the endoynym of the tribe, but derives ostensibly from the English word "sarcasm". The endonym of the tribe is "Za Lo Jepok" [s̥a lo jepok], literally, "not the people", since they noticed that everyone around them was calling themselves "the people", and eventually everyone used it enough that it stuck. When neighboring tribes asked where they lived, they would answer "lo pilum ba" which means "the sky (modal particle, rougly "of course")" so now the place where they live is called variations of Za Lo Jepok Emi Lo Pilum (Ba), "The Sky of Not The People (Ba)" in various languages, which is transliterated into English as Sollowyepockemi Lowbeelemba and generally shortened to Lowbeelemba.