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This page is for a complete list of languages made by me. This page includes names, linguistic origin, Location, territory, drawn influences, a description of what the language has that motivates me in making it, & my motivation towards the languages creation. The full stories and information regarding phonology, grammar, & vocabulary are not mentioned here. A couple languages have been made, but I probably won't be doing them until I do some more easier to do languages. Suggestions on what language I should do next are currently wanted. You can use the talk page for this page or my talk page. New languages may be included at any time.

Gibberish Inspired (talk) 13:30, February 4, 2014 (UTC)

NOTE: The language count may not be correctly summed.

North American Languages - 204

Algonquian - 15

Atlantic - 3

Austronesian - 7

Bantu - 3

Basque - 1

Canadian - 15

Cariban - 1

Celtic - 3

Chinese - 3

Chukotko-Kamchatkan - 1

Eskimo-Aleutan - 9

Germanic - 36

Hellenic - 2

Indo-Aryan - 2

Iroquoian - 10

Italic - 39

Japonic - 5

Korean - 1

Mande - 1

Mayan - 5

Mixe-Zoque - 1

Mongolian - 1

Muskogean - 5

Na-Dene - 6

Otomanguean - 1

Penutian - 2

Pola - 9

Quechua - 2

Semitic - 5

Slavic - 7

Sumerian - 1

Uto-Aztecan - 7

Volta-Niger - 2

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Origin Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Motakesan Motakes Montagnais Eastern Quebec, Southern Labrador Souriquois, Spanish, Korean Less than moderate
Monaskoan Monasko Montagnais Western Quebec French, Souriquois Less than moderate
Nashakwatsian, Nashaquatsian None Micmac Newfoundland Old West Norse Low
Jolacfeuan Jolacfeu French (Quebec) St. Laurence River Iroquoian Languages, English. Less than moderate
Shanko None French Central Quebec Montagnais, Atikamek Sounds like an Algonquian language. Moderate
Quebecan None French Scattered communities throughout Quebec Ojibwa, English Low
Mainese None English Maine French, Micmac Low
Vermontese None French Vermont Markish, Micmac, Tasic, English Low
Connectee None English Connecticut Basfan, Tasic Low
NovaScotian None Gaelic Nova Scotia Scots, Latin, Markish Sounds like Latin Moderate
Kansha None Basque Central Labrador Naskapi, Montagnais, Atikamek Very distinct sounding Moderate
Vinnish Vinland Old West Norse Newfoundland Micmac, Sylvetic More than moderate
Tasic Tasland Old West Norse New Brunswick Micmac More than moderate
Nejalandish Nejaland Old West Norse Northern Quebec Montagnais, French Moderate
Markish Markland Old West Norse Southern Maine Micmac More than moderate
Basfan Basfa Anglo-Saxon Eastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island Tasic, Micmac Very distinct sounding High
Motaban Motaby Old Canadian Western Quebec None More than moderate
Medeyoan Medeyo Old Canadian North Western Quebec None More than moderate
Kunuvanik None Inuit Scattered comunities in Labrador Gaelic Low
Invakan None Inuit Northern Quebec, Northern Labrador Naskapi Low
Karankan None Iroquoian Western Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire, Southern Vermont Atikamek, Micmac Low
Denshananian Denshanania Gallaecian Prince Edward Island Irish, Gaelic, Atikamek Moderate
Miklosanian The Kingdom Of Micloosany Irish Southern Newfoundland Inuit, English, French Moderate
Silvetic None Polish North of New Brunswick Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Montagnais Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Newfoundlandish Newfoundland Scots Newfoundland English, Gailic, Irish, Vinnish Less than moderate
Labradorian None Spanish Labrador Gaelic, Basque Low
Kelitsharese none English Southwestern Quebec, Eastern Ontario Atikamek, Naskapi Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Naskasa None Cree Northern Saskatchewan Ukrainian Low
Kotamokan None Cree Northern Manitoba Japanese Sounds a bit like Japanese Moderate
Saskatchewani Saskatchewan Cree Southern Saskatchewan None Less than moderate
Gandami None Cree Southwestern Ontario Old Canadian Moderate
Ontabian Ontaby Old Canadia Southern Ontario, Northern Michigan None More than moderate
Minopolian Minopolas, Minnepolis Old Canadian Southern Minnesota Italian, Greek Sounds like a Greco-Roman language More than moderate
Anbanlootian Anbanlooty Old Canadian Southern Alberta Mongolian, Tungusic High
Sharami None Inuit Central Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario Cree, Romani Very distinct sounding Moderate
Manitoban Manitoba English Manitoba Ontabian Sounds like an Algonquian language Moderate
Albertan Alberta English Alberta Anbanlootian, Cree Less than moderate
Ontarian Ontario Italian Ontario Greek, Cree, Ontabian Less than moderate
Cardonaise None French Northern Michigan Ontabian Low
Ukrin None Ukrainian Central Saskatchewan Cree Less than moderate
Roshan None Ukrainian Northern Alberta Russian, Mitchif, Cree Sounds like an Algonquian language Moderate
Old Canadian (Extinct) The Great Canadian Empire (No longer existing) ? Most of Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, & Alberta Possibly Ojibwa The language ressembles Algonquian & Tungusic languages. The language has also been compared to Japanese, Dravidian, Mongolian,  Capondoan, & Korean. High
Awaquutic None Inuit Western Nunavut, Northern Northwest Territories None Low
Inaktuvingic None Inuit Northern Baffin Island Old West Norse Low
Nunavutian None Inuit Continental Nunavut None Low
Snabulese, Shnabulese The Kingdom Of Snabul, The Kingdom Of Shnabul, The Kingdom Of Snabula, The Kingdom Of Shnabula Old Canadian Baffin Island Old Norse Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Swobmoron Swobmoro Old Canadian Northeast Continental Nunavut Old Norse Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Olayinese Olayin Old Canadian Northwest Territories Inuit Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Tinaki None Na-Dene Northwest Territories Inuit Low
Hejlulish, Lejlulandish Hejluland Old West Norse Southern Baffin Island Inuit High
Greenlandish Greenland Old West Norse Eastern Greenland None Moderate
Danukese None Danish Southwestern Greenland Inuit Sounds a bit like Inuit More than moderate
Argolic None English Scattered communities in northern Nunavut & northern Northwest Territories Inuit Very distinct sounding Moderate
Annan None Japanese Northern Northwest Territories Inuit Moderate
Ukatic None Inuit Northwestern Alaska None Low
Shongdathiki Shongdathik Eskimo-Aleut Central Alaska None More than moderate
Turutu None Aleut Aleutan Islands Japanese High
Kanta None Na-Dene Yukon None Moderate
Kanchokoan None Chukchi Western Alaska Yupik Less than moderate
Aryutuan None Japanese Southwestern Alaska Aleut Low
Alaskan None Russian Alaska Yupik, Inuit, Aleut Less than moderate
Yukonese None Russian Yukon, Northern British Columbia, Southeastern Alaska Eyak, Tlingit Less than moderate
Melbitic None English Southeastern Alaska Tlingit, Aleut Very distinct sounding Low
Ubechan Ubecha Na-Dene Southern British Columbia None Less than moderate
Kiltese None Japanese Victoria Island Na-Dene Very distinct sounding Low
Kiritsa None Uto-Aztecan Western Idaho Na-Dene Low
Rubertian Rubertia English Southwestern British Columbia None Less than moderate
Washingtonese None English Washington Chinese Moderate
Oregonese The Empire Of Oregon Californian Oregon Japanese, Na-Dene Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Idahoan Idaho Greek Idaho Na-Dene Less than moderate
Montanan None Spanish Montana Cree, Blackfoot Less than moderate
Wyomingese Wyoming Chinese Wyoming Na-Dene, Uto-Aztecan, Algonquian Toneless, polysyllablic Chinese language Less than moderate
Klervetsan None Russian Northwest Washington Na-Dene, Uto-Aztecan Less than moderate
Kerlandish None French Southeast British Columbia Uto-Aztecan, Canadian Low
Finatsutan None Algonquian Weastern British Columbia Japanese, Tungusic, Na-Dene Moderate
Chak The Chiefdom Of Chakeesn, The Republic Of North Chak Penutian Across much of the American Pecific coast from southeast Alaska to northwest Caliornia Korean, Japanese, Na-Dene More than moderate
Oudian None Old Canadian Southwestern British Columbia None Moderate
Cazaban None Old Canadian Western Montana Spanish Sounds like Spanish More than moderate
Cowdooan, Cowdoo-an Cowdoo Oudian Southern Idaho None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Roshamasean None Old Canadian Northwestern Idaho Japanese Less than moderate
Cawacan Cawaca Iroquoian New York Greek Less than moderate
Atonese None Iroquoian Pennsylvania English, Algonquian Low
Chiyetamese Chiyetam Iroquoian New Jersey None Less than moderate
Robagalsotic Robogalsot Iroquoian Connecticut Korean More than moderate
Ookeemeean Ookeemee Muskogean Southern Appallaechians Iroquoian, Algonquian Moderate
Mahathamoan None Algonquian New York Iroquoian Moderate
Kaberian The Republic Of Kaberia Penutian Central Appallaechians Iroquoian More than moderate
Aratonese Aroton English Pennsylvania Iroquoian Low
Jonese Jonland English Virginia, Maryland Iroquoian, Latin, Greek, Hebrew Moderate
Wesser The Great Wess Kingdom Anglo-saxon Delaware, Eastern Maryland Iroquoian, Algonquian, English High
Yiddle None English Southeast New York Yiddish, Hebrew Moderate
Sherlandarese None French North Carolina, South Carolina Iroquoian Moderate
Doandamese Doandam Dutch New York Iroquoian More than moderate
Serdic None Swedish West Virginia None Less than moderate
Omogalsotic Omogalsot Korean Rhode Island Iroquoian More than moderate
Erilalqi Erilalq Arabic Northern Georgia Iroquoian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Mabyoan The Kingdom Of Mabyo Old Canadian Bermuda None More than moderate
Nalinian-Kaber None Nalinian Central Appallaechians Kaberian Pidgin Language High
Rondanese Rondan Swedish New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvnia Doandamese Low
Appalaechian Appalachia Old West Norse Appallacheans Iroquoian Sounds like an iroquoian language Less than moderate
Resheran Reshera Old West Norse Kentucky, Tennessee Iroquoian, Algonquian Very distict sounding Moderate
Pimiconan Pimicona Muskogean Southern Alabama, Southern Georgia, Northern Florida None Moderate
Kalwasese None Iroquoian Alabama None Moderate
Kokalan None Kawalykan Southern Louisiana, Southern Mississippi Muskogean Less than moderate
Pennsylvanian None German Pennsylvania Romanian, Appalaechian Low
Marylese None English Maryland Iroquoian Low
Virginian None Latin Virginia English Less than moderate
Carolinian Carolina French North Carolina, South Carolina Spanish, Latin Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Kentuckinan None Iroquoian Kentucky None Less than moderate
Tennessean Tennessee Muskogean Tennessee Iroquoian, Algonquian Low
Georgian (US) None English Georgia (US) French, Latin Sounds like Latin Low
Alabaman None Arabic Alabama Muskogean, Iroquoian Low
Floridan Florida Spanish Florida Cariban Less than moderate
Mississippian None Muskogean Mississippi Louisiana Creole Low
Balandian None Wolof Scattered communities among the southeast US Spanish, Portuguese, Creole, English Low
GiKoro None Kongo Scattered communities among the southeast US Portuguese, Creole, English Low
Madish None Malinke Scattered communities among the southeast US French, Portuguese, Creole, English Low
Michiganese None Old Canadian Michigan Japanese Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Ohioan None Japanese Ohio Iroquoian, Algonquian, Greek Very distinct sound High
Indianan None Hindi Indiana Ojibwa Low
Illinoian None Iroquoian Illinois French Low
Wisconsinese None English Wisconsin Cree Low
Shanakassi None Ojibwa Northern Wisconsin None Less than moderate
Acuwan Acuwa Iroquoian Western Michigan Ojibwa Less than moderate
Janetu None French Northeast illinois Ojibwa Sounds like an Algonquian language Moderate
Texan Texas Spanish Texas Greek, Algonquian, Uto-Aztecan Moderate
Oklahoman None Cherokee Oklahoma Greek Moderate
Kansan None Algonquian Kansas French Moderate
Arkansan None Algonquian Arkansas None Less than moderate
Missourian None Muskogean Missouri None Low
Toroan Toro English Western Texas Spanish Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Anakan Anaka Algonquian Arkansas Gishgalogekian Less than moderate
Gishgalogekian Gishgalogeki Sumerian Arkansas None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Collonese None French Eastern Texas Spanish Moderate
Sreydish None Arabic Southern Texas None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Camputan None Uto-Aztecan Northwestern Texas Spanish Low
Dakanan Dakana Algonquian Western North Dakota None Low
Mawahanan None Algonquian Eastern Nebraska None Less than moderate
Minnesotan Minnesota Italian Minnesota Greek, Latin, Minopolian Moderate
Iowan Iowa Greek iowa None Less than moderate
Nebraskan None Russian Nebraska Ukrainian, Algonquian Moderate
Nreffic None English Northern Minnesota None Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Zadunzanu None Spanish Western Nebraska None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Lubardos None French Southern Iowa Spanish Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Zardunu None Uto-Aztecan Northern Utah Spanish Less than moderate
Utahn None Na-Dene Utah Navaho Less than moderate
Clesser None English Northwestern California None Moderate
Pilato None Spanish Central New Mexico None Low
Men-Ka Yar Men-Ka Gwat Chinese Northeaster California, Western Nevada Na-Dene Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Coloradoan None Californian Colorado Spanish Sounds like Spanish Less than moderate
Nevadan None Californian Nevada Spanish Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Arizonan Arizona Californian Arizona Spanish, Uto-Aztecan More than moderate
Californian The Kingdom Of California Sardinian/Romanian California Spanish, Pola Languages Very distinct sounding High
Endaysian Endaysia Californian Northern California None High
Limowian Limowia Californian Southern Utah Na-Dene High
Proto-Pola Language ? ? ? ? The language ressemble Semitic languages as well as Japanese. There is also some Iranian elements as well. High
Polamiyan The Polamiya Empire (No longer existing) Pola-Mira Scattered highland communities of California None Sounds a bit like Japanese High
Polaman The Kingdom Of Polamas (No longer existing) Pola-Mira Scattered highland communities of California None Sounds a bit like Japanese High
Pilamarian The People's Republic Of Pilamariya (No longer existing) Pola-Mira Scattered highland communities of California None Sounds a bit like Japanese High
Polmori Polmor (No longer existing) Pola-Mira Scattered highland communities of California None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Polalan The Polala Empire (No longer existing) Pola-Dira Scattered lowland communitties of California None Very distinct sounding High
Polidian Polidia (No longer existing) Pola-Dira Scattered lowland communities of California None More than moderate
Palodian Palodia (No longer existing) Pola-Dira Scattered lowland communities of California None More than moderate
Pordoran The Republic Of Pordora (No longer existing) Pola-Dira Scattered lowland communities of Califorina None Sounds a bit like Spanish High
Yokazoman Yokazoma Uto-Aztecan Western Mexico Nahuatl Low
Iket None Na-Dene Northern Mexico Uto-Aztecan Low
Togeran Togera Spanish Northestern Mexico Uto-Aztecan Less than moderate
Makhu None Chinese Northwestern Mexico Na-Dene, Uto-Aztecan Less than moderate
Saraedian None Californian Baja California None Moderate
Tlaniskan Tlaniska Uto-Aztecan Southwestern Mexico Nahuatl, Mixe-Zoque Moderate
Achupan Achupa Nahuatl Southern Mexico Mayan, Otomanguean Low
Tohian Tohi Mixe-Zoque Southwestern Gulf Area, Mexico Hotonese Moderate
Tapukapagi None Otomanguean Central Mexico None Less than moderate
Valtec None Mayan Central Mexico Nahuatl Moderate
Narmacan Narmac Na-Dene Southern Mexico Otomanguean, Nahuatl Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Hotonese None Polynesian Austronesian Western Mexico Mixe-Zoque Very distinct sounding High
Cordoran Cordora Spanish Southwestern Gulf Area, Mexico None Less than moderate
Mexican Creole None Spanish Creole Central Mexico Nahuatl, Mayan, Mixe-Zoque, Otomanguean Low
Chubukan Chubuka Romanian Western Mexico Hotonese, Otomanguean Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Niztan None Mayan Southeastern Mexico Nahuatl Less than moderate
Ebradoric None Mayan Eastern Guatemala, Southern Belize, northwestern Honduras Spanish Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Tenmanese None Yucatec Western Yucatan None More than moderate
Zunan None Mayan Southern Guatemala None Less than moderate
Milese None Uto-Aztecan Southeast Mexico Mayan Very distinct sounding Low
Tipaznan None Spanish Southeast Mexico Mayan Less than moderate
Slintish None English Eastern Yucatan None Low
Rokalokan The Rokaloka Chiefdom Locan Northern & Eastern Yucatan Coasts Russian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
keNetsi None Kongo Western El Salvador Nahuatl Sounds like an Uto-Aztecan language Low
Balontan None Wolof Central El Salvador None Low
Rabuan None Yoruba Western Costa Rica None Low
Laskalhi Las Kalh Mozarabic Eastern Costa Rica, Panama Arabic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Tlemcenese Tlemcen Moroccan Eastern Yucatan Nahuatl, Mayan Sounds like a Mayan language Low
Chakaztan None Japanese Western Yucatan Mayan Sounds like a Mayan language Less than moderate
Tzomatapeki Tzomatapek Quechua Western Nicaragua Mayan, Mixe-Zoque Moderate
Belizian None French Belize Mayan Less than moderate
Guatemalan Guatemala Spanish Guatemala Mayan Moderate
Honduran None Spanish Honduras None Less than moderate
Nicaraguan None Quechua Nicaragua Mayan, Nahuatl Less than moderate
Panaman Panama Italian Panama Mayan, Arabic Moderate
Locan The Loca Republic Kawalykan Cuba None Very distinct sounding High
Kawalykan The Federal Republic Of Kawalyka Polynesian Austronesian Cuba, Hispaniola Carib Very distinct sounding High
Kotan Kota Kawalykan Eastern Puerto Rico, Northern Lesser Antilles None More than moderate
Kapan Kapa Kawalykan Southern Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, Northern Hispaniola None Moderate
Kanupian Kanupia Carib Lesser Antilles Kawalykan More than moderate
Pinalizian None Spanish Western Cuba Carib Moderate
Bahaman None Arabic creole Bahamas Carib, Berber, Malinke, Yoruba, Hausa High
Cuban Cuba Spanish Cuba Carib Less than moderate
Dominican None Spanish Creole Eastern Hispaniola Carib, Wolof, Akan, Malinke, Hispaniolan Moderate
Hispaniolan None Spanish Hispaniola None Low
Sandlandish, Zandlandaska None Dutch Northern Lesser Antilles English, Bhojpuri Low
Heses None Haitian Creole Western Hispaniola None Low
Copaleian None Portuguese Creole Cayman Islands Wolof, Akan, Malinke Low
Antalli None Bhojpuri Southern Lesser Antilles Carib Low
Maresan None Wolof Eastern Jamaica Creole, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish Less than moderate
Gabutan None Yoruba Eastern Jamaica Creole, Arabic, French, English Less than moderate
Kilangu None Kongo Northern Lesser Antilles Creole, Portuguese Low
Lastan None Ge'ez Eastern Jamaica, Cayman Islands Jamaican Creole Low

South American Languages - 64

Amazonan - 6

Araucanian - 1

Atlantic - 1

Aymara - 1

Bantu - 2

Celtic - 1

Chinese - 1

Germanic - 4

Hellenic - 1

Indo-Aryan - 1

Italic - 27

Japonic - 1

Kwa - 2

Quechua - 8

Semitic - 1

Tupian - 5

Isolate - 1

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Origin Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Payan None Amazonan Ecuador Italian Moderate
Yamunaman None

Amazonan

Northern Colombia None More than moderate
Corchorakan None Quechua Southern Colombia Spanish Moderate
Ecuadorian None Spanish Ecuador Quechua More than moderate
Malatiunu None Italian Western Colombia Quechua Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Colombian None Hindi Colombia Quechua, Portuguese Moderate
Yemapuan

None

Amazonan Southern French Guiania None Less than moderate
Venezuelan None Spanish Venezuela Italian, Arabic Moderate
Guyanan None Bhojpuri Guyana English, Creole Moderate
Surinamese None Sranan Surinam, Suriname Sarnami, Dutch Less than moderate
Guianan None Portuguese French Guiana French Moderate
Trinadadian Trinidad English Trinidad & Tobago Bhojpuri, Spanish, Creole Less than moderate
Curacaoan None Papiamento Curacao Portuguese, Spanish Sounds like Portuguese Low
Bonairian None French Bonaire Dutch, Papiamento Low
Aruban None Papiamentu Aruba Carib, Dutch Less than moderate
Ibalaki None Wolof Southern Surinam Creole Less than moderate
Kimancha None Kongo Southern Venezuela Creole, Spanish Sounds a bit like Spanish Low
Ukuvi None Akan Southern Guyana Creole Low
Sertish None Dutch Northern Surinam English Low
Amazonan, Amazonian The Kingdom Of Amazonia, The Amazon Kingdom ? Northwest Brazil Tupian?, Portuguese (modern varieties) The language ressembles Greek, Berber, Kagan, Japanese, &, to a lesser extent, Slavic. More than moderate
Anawakan Anawaka Amazonan Northern Brazil Tupian More than moderate
Garmi Garm Japanese Northeast Brazil Portuguese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Rondonian Rondonia Romanian Rondonia, Brazil Spanish, Portuguese High
Matupatu None Tupian Midnorth Brazil None Low
Minsan None Quechua Peruvian Amazon Tupian, Portuguese Low
Salvadorese None Portuguese Eastern Brazil Spanish Low
Tamazonian None Spanish Northeastern Brazil Amazonian Sounds like Amazonian Less than moderate
Gelapu None Greek Northern Brazil Tupian, Potuguese Very distinct sounding Low
Gayang None Tupian Southern Brazil Tupi, Guarani Less than moderate
Imian None Galician Southern Brazil Tupian, Porttuguese Moderate
Brazilian None Portuguese Central Brazil Wolof, Kongo More than moderate
Ksimonga None Kongo Southern Brazil None Low
Anekonahn The Kingdom Of Anekonah Amazonan Northwest Brazil None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Chian None Tupian West Brazil Portuguese, Spanish Sounds like Spanish Low
Maraon None Portuguese Northwest Brazil None Low
Kalapan None Akan Southeast Brazil Portuguese, Tupian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Chiroan None Quechua Southern Peru Spanish Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Incan Inca Quechua Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Southern Colombia, Northern Chile, Northwest Argintina Aymara Less than moderate
Chikumamban Chukumamba Quechua Northern Peru Spanish More than moderate
Malitanaki None Quechua Noerthwest Peru Polynesian Austronesian Moderate
Amokuan Amoku Aymara Northern Bolivia Quechua More than moderate
Vochimpivian Vochimpivia Romanian Southeast Peru Quechua, Spanish Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Preman The Kingdom Of Prema Moroccan Southwest Bolivia Quechua, Spanish Sounds like Quechua High
Primian None Priman Southwest Bolivia Spanish, Italian, Latin, Portuguese Sounds like Spanish & Italian More than moderate
Wanchuanu None Spanish Central Peru Quechua Sounds like Quechua Low
Iraciunu None Italian Eastern Bolivia Aymara Sounds like Quechua Moderate
Semnak None Chinese Southern Peru Aymara Very distinct sounding Moderate
Peruvian None Romanian Peru Spanish, Portuguese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Bolivian None Romanian Bolivia Italian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Rodachicatonan Rodachicatona Spanish Northern Argentina Quechua, Tupian More than moderate
Ecvadatoan The Republic Of Ecvadato Spanish Southeastern Pampas Sivinian Very distinct sounding High
Rubamamban Rubamamba Portuguese Farsouth Brazil None Less than moderate
Terlese Terland German Uruguay Tupian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Argentinan None Italian Argentina Greek, Latin, Spanish Very distinct sounding Moderate
Paraguayan None Guarani Paraguay None Low
Uruguayan None Guarani Uruguay None Low
Chillian, Chilian None Italian Chile Spanish Low
Timapuchan Timapucha Araucanian Southern Chile Quechua Less than moderate
Queechian Queechia Quechua Southern Pantagonia English Low
Shimuan Shimu Quechua Tierra Del Fuego Oskerese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Pantagonian Pantagonia Spanish Pantagonia Welsh, Italian More than moderate
Pitilian None Spanish Southern Chile Italian Low
Jafalavifi Jafalavif Welsh Scattered communities across Pantagonia Italian Very distinct sounding High
Sivinian The Great Satanic Kingdom Of Sivinio Old Hebrew Northeast Pantagonia Oskerese? Very distinct sounding High

Oskerese

The Democratic Neo-Anarchist State Of Osker ? Eastern Pantagonia Sivinian? Scarcely ressembles any language. Has clicks Hogh

Antarctican Languages - 2

Italic - 2

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Origin Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Klatikan The Kingdom Of Klatika Latin Marie Byrd Land Kartvelian, Antarctican Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Antarctican None Latin Antacrtica Greek Moderate

African Languages - 269

Adamawa - 3

Atlantic - 6

Austronesian - 3

Bantoid - 3

Bantu - 32

Basque - 1

Berber - 5

Celtic - 2

Chadic - 6

Chinese - 3

Cross River - 2

Cushitic - 4

Egyptian - 5

Eteopian - 12

Germanic - 23

Gur - 2

Hellenic - 7

Ijoid - 1

Indo-Aryan - 3

Italic - 55

Japonic - 4

Kadugli - 1

Kagan - 30

Khoisan - 4

Kordofanian - 1

Kru - 1

Kwa - 2

Mande - 4

Mininianic - 22

Nilo-Saharan - 12

Omotic - 3

Platoid - 2

Semitic - 13

Sumerian - 1

Ubangi - 3

Volta-Niger - 4

Unclassified - 3

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Origin Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Khoideki The Khoidek Empire Khoisan Southern Angola None Moderate
Davadian Davadia Khoisan Western Zambia None Unlike most Khoisan languages, Davadian does not have click noises. Is otherwise closely related to Khoideki Moderate
Namibian None Nama Namibia None Low
Baba The Kingdom Of Sibaba Bantu, Shona? Central Mozambique ? Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Nzara Yonzara Bantu Northwesten South Africa Zulu, Sotho, Tswana, Khoisan Has clicks Less than moderate
Nguni Creole None Fanagalo Western South Africa Zulu, Xhosa, English, Afrikaans Low
Zaza Izaza Bantu Eastern South Africa None Low
Tholoan Tholo Bantu Southwestern South Africa English Low
Swetari Swetaru Bantu Southern Mozambique Tswa, Swazi, Tsonga Low
Rolashan Rolasha Bantu Southern Namibia Khoisan Less than moderate
Glerdza None Afrikaans Southern Namibia Khoisan Has clicks Moderate
Menklish None English Northern South Africa Zulu, Sotho, Afrikaans Very distinct sounding Moderate
Ovahorian Ovahoria Bantu Northern Namibia, Southern Angola Portuguese Less than moderate
Tsintuan None Bantu Central Botswana None Moderate
Darbese None German Western Namibia Nama Has Clicks Moderate
Shuleisa None French Central Mozambique Tsonga, Malagasy Has Clicks More than moderate
Mozambiquean None Portuguese Mozambique Tsonga, Tswa Low
Anmozambikan None Malagasy Central Mozambique Tsonga Moderate
Durbani None Bhojpuri Southeastern South Africa Zulu, Xhosa, English, Afrikaans Very distinct sounding. Has clicks Moderate
Skosissic Skosiss Kagan Northern Botswana, Northeastern Namibia Khoisan Very distinct sounding. High
Lomonesan None Malagasy Northern Madagascar French Sounds like French Moderate
Tsukunan None Tsonga Western Madagascar Malagasy More than moderate
Madascarese None Insular Indo-Aryan Madagascar, Seychelles, Mauritius Malagasy Very distinct sounding Moderate
Seretian, Sewetian None Siselwa Seychelles None Very distinct sounding Low
Komoran None Arabic Comoros Comorian, Swahili Very distinct sounding Low
Bomokan Bomoka Bantu Gabon, Congo Kagan Languages Less than moderate
Okotanan Okotana Bantu Southern Congo, Soithwestern Zaire, Cabinda Japanese Low
Sandan None Bantu Northwestern Angola None Low
Zalambuan Zalambu Bantu Zambia None Less than moderate
Ovimbian None Bantu Southeastern Angola None Low
Zairian None French Zaire None Low
Angolan None Portuguese Angola North Mbundu, South Mbundu Low
Mallish None English Northeastern Zambia Bantu Low
Gamadian None Adamawa Northeastern Gabon, Northern Congo Bantu, Kagan languages Low
Lendu None Ubangi Northern Zaire Bantu Low
Dilyan None Nilo-Saharan Northern Zaire Bantu Moderate
Kwana Bakwana Ganda Northeast Zaire Bantu, Kagan languages More than moderate
Gabonese None Chinese Gabon Bantu Very distinct sounding Low
Zambian None Zalambian Zambian Bantu Less than moderate
Congolese None Kongo Congo, Zaire Italian, French, Lingala Low
Dasoan Daso Catiean Gabon Niger-Congo Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Lifoan Lifo Catiean Gabon Niger-Congo Very distinct sounding Moderate
Haihian Haihia Catiean Eastern Congo Bantu Very distinct sounding Moderate
Zondarian None Khoisan Southeastern Zaire Bantu Very distinct sounding. Does not have clicks More than moderate
Kagan The Great Kaga Empire (No longer existing) Japanese? Eastern & Northeastern Zaire Bantu, Ubangi, Nilotic? Swahili? Ressembles Japanese, Sanskrit, Dravidian, Austronesian, Bantu, Niltotic, & Ubangi High
Kengan The Federal Democratic Republic Of Kenga Kagan Northern, Northeastern, & Eastern Zaire Bantu, Ubangi, Stivantian, Japanese (recent) Has a noun class prefix system. High
Nessemese Nessem Kagan Southwestern Zambia Bantu Very distinct sounding High
Agujan Aguja Kagan Gabon, Southern Congo Bantu, Sanskrit, Japanese More than moderate
Gojan Goja Kagan Eastern & Northeastern Zaire, Western Ganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Western Tanzania Bantu, Sanskrit, Japanese More than moderate
Doguruan Doguru Kengan Central Zaire None Less than moderate
Dodurogoan Dodurogo Kengan Eastern Zaire None Moderate
Gugunagan Gugunaga Kengan Western Zaire Japanese Moderate
Bagarugan Bagaruga Kengan Southwestern Zaire Japanese More than moderate
Gidogitan Gidogita Kengan Northeast Zaire Japanese More than moderate
Dodogatan Dodogata Kengan Northern Zaire Japanese More than moderate
Dembanguan Dembangu Kagan Northeastern Zambia None Moderate
Bogindan Boginda Kagan Southern Zaire Bantu Moderate
Kakari Kakara Kagan Central Zaire Japanese Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Jigaroan Jigaro Kagan Eastern Zaire, Western Tanzania, Burundi None Moderate
Yigigumadan Yigigumada Kagan Northern Angola None Less than moderate
Badacan Badaca Kagan Eastern Congo Bantu Low
Basukuan Basuku Kagan Eastern Angola Bantu Sounds like Bantu More than moderate
Dorodan Doroda Kagan Southern Zaire None Low
Gaginan Gagina Kagan Central Zambia None Moderate
Ozadan Ozada Kagan Southwestern Zaire Japanese Moderate
Kadakan Kadaka Kagan Southern Congo Japanese, Bantu Less than moderate
Gojukoan Gojuko Kagan Eastern Zaire Japanese Moderate
Jajanoan Jajano Kagan Eastern Zaire, Western Tanzania None Moderate
Jajubadi Jajubad Kagan Northeastern Zaire Indo-Aryan Sounds like an Indo-Aryan language More than moderate
Dadukan Daduka Kagan Central Zaire None Less than moderate
Dogadonese Dogadon Kagan Northwestern Zaire None Less than moderate
Bigodinese Bigodin Kagan Northwestern Zaire, Northeastern Congo None Moderate
Kibikuda Jibikuda Japanese Southwestern Zaire Bantu, Kagan languages Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Konyan Konya Ganda Northwestern Tanzania Nilotic Sounds like a Nilotic language More than moderate
Kambekisian Kambekisia Bantu Western Ganda None Does not have a noun class prefix system Moderate
Papi Zapapi Ganda Northwestern Tanzania None Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Sintoan Sintoa Bantu Northern Tanzania None Low
Iritoran Iritora Swahili Tanzania Italian, Hungarian Very distinct sounding High
Otazi Chitazi Bantu Eastern Tanzania Swahili Less than moderate
Shasa Boshasa Bantu Central Tanzania Swahili Low
Taza Bataza Bantu Eastern Tanzania Swahili Less than moderate
Zozian None Bantu Southwestern Tanzania Swahili Moderate
Thwanzian None Bantu Northern Mozambique Swahili Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Takanan Takana Bantu Malawi None Low
Rinyan Rinyis Teso-Turkana Northwest Kenya None Less than moderate
Andongan Andonga Teso-Turkana Western Kenya None Low
Alloongwan None Lotuko-Maa Central Kenya None Low
Intilian None Malagasy Eastern Tanzania Swahili Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Mazu None Cushitic, Oromo? Western Tanzania Sukuma, Sandawe Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Kwagan Kwaga Kagan Ganda Ganda, Nilotic More than moderate
Gindanese (Extinct) Gindan Kagan? Central Tanzania Nilotic? Sandawe? Hadza? Is a poorly attested language Moderate
Griffic None English Northeastern Tanzania Swahili, German Low
Olandish None German Southeastern Tanzania Swahili Moderate
Tanzanian The Great Tanzanian Empire Tosiroan Tanzania Iritoran, Italian, Sukuma, Swahili, Hungarian More than moderate
Kenyan None Japanese Kenya Bantu, Nilotic, Oromo, Korean Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Arakerdi Arakerde Old Etiopian Northern Kenya Nilotic, Cushitic Moderate
Entenyan Entenya Old Etiopian Western & Northwestern Kenya Nilotic Sounds like a Nilotic language Moderate
Bakan Baka Kongo Southern Ganda Swahili, Ganda More than moderate
Orshnani Orshnan Sandawe? Hadza? Khoisan? Cushitic? Omotic? Southern & Southwestern Tanzania, Northeastern Zambia Sandawe? Hadza? Cushitic? Omotic? Moderate
Maladi None Sanskrit Southeastern  Tanzania Northern Mozambique Swahili, Sukuma Very distinct sounding Low
Zanzibari None Arabic Zanzibar Island Swahili, Persian Very distinct sounding Low
Kazakan None Ge'ez Northwestern Ethiopia Etiopian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Gonish None Ge'ez Central Ethipia Cushitic, Omotic Less than moderate
Oreroan Orero Cushitic Central Ethiopia Omotic Less than moderate
Makan Maka Cushitic Northern Ethiopia, Eastern Eritrea Nilo-Saharan Moderate
Jodan None Omotic Southeastern Ethiopia Cushitic, Nilo-Saharan, Ethiopian Semitic Sounds like a Semitic language Moderate
Egoan None Omotic Southern Ethiopia Etiopian Moderate
Kodongan Kodonga Nilo-Saharan Southern Ethiopia Omotic Less than moderate
Osestan Osesta Nilo-Saharan Northern Somalia, Djibouti Iranian, Cushitic, Semitic Sounds like an Iranian language Moderate
Regian None Nilo-Saharan Eastern & Southern Somalia Cushitic Low
Eritrean None Italian Eritrea Greek, Cushitic, Ethiopian Semitic, Etiopian Moderate
Djiboutian None Japanese Djibouti French, Cushitic, Semitic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Barlic None English Northern Ethiopia Cushitic Very distinct sounding Low
Embudese None German Eastern Ethiopia Cushitic Less than moderate
Old Etiopian Etiopia Kagan? Japanese? Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Kenya Cushitic, Ethiopian Semitic, Nilo-Saharan, Swahili? Very distinct sounding High
Grazardan Grazard Old Etiopian Midestern Ethiopia None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Badarcan Badarca Old Etiopian Eastern Eritrea, Djibouti, Northern Ethiopia Ethiopian Semitic Less than moderate
Bodoroan None Old Etiopian Western Ethiopia None Less than moderate
Meteragaman Meteragam Old Etiopian Central Ethiopia Cushitic, Ethiopian Semitic Moderate
Gargoan None Old Etiopian Central Ethiopia Cushitic, Omotic Moderate
Marajadoan None Old Etiopian Northern Ethiopia None Moderate
Oodeeduan None Old Etiopian Northern Kenya Omotic, Nilo-Saharan, Cushitic Less than moderate
Ragyan None Old Etiopian Western Eritrea Cushitic Low
Megoodooan None Old Etiopian Southern Ethiopian Cushitic, Nilo-Saharan Moderate
Gamese None Adamawa Western C.A.R., Northern Cameron None Less than moderate
Finda None Ubangi C.A.R. None Low
Elo None Chadic Southwestern Chad Nilo-Saharan Low
Delanyan Delanya Saharan Southern Chad None More than moderate
Tunan None Maban Eastern Sudan Arabic, Fulani Less than moderate
Hemona Vamona Bantu Southeastern C.A.R. Ubangi Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Agodan None Kagan Southwestern Sudan Ubangi, Nilo-Saharan More than moderate
Larko None Kordofanian Southern Sudan Nilo-Saharan Less than moderate
Keni None Kadugli Western Sudan Arabic Moderate
Turio None Arabic Central Sudan Nilo-Saharan Moderate
Sowerish None English Southeastern Sudan Nilo-Saharan Very distinct sounding Low
Mendeus None French Northern C.A.R., Southern Chad Adamawa, Nilo-Saharan Less than moderate
Maroytan None Cushitic Eastern Sudan Reddian, Nilo-Saharan Very destrinct sounding Less than moderate
Obada None Omotic Central Sudan Nilo-Saharan Low
Reddian Reddia Semitic Central & Northern Sudan None More than moderate
Tunatan None Fulani Southern Chad Arabic Less than moderate
Layowan Layowa Catiean Southern Chad None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Fayoan Fayo Catiean Southern Chad None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Leyoan Leyo Catiean C.A.R None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Fog None Adamawa Northeastern Nigeria Housa Low
Manda None Ubangi Northern Cameroon, Eastern Nigeria None Low
Yallu None Duala Western  & Central Cameroon Kamtok Very distinct sounding Low
Ilitese None Cross River Central Nigeria None Low
Ishowagan Ishowaga Cross River Southern Nigeria None Moderate
Wanotuatoyan Wanotuatoy Bantoid Northeastern Nigeria, Southerstern Niger None More than moderate
Dintuayan Dintuay Bantoid Northern Nigeria None Less than moderate
Utonese Uton Bantoid Southern Niger None Less than moderate
Mugete None Igbo Southern Nigeria Cross River Low
Dro None Edo Western Nigeria German Very distinct sounding Moderate
Turataya None Nupe Northern Nigeria Bantoid Less than moderate
Bala None Platoid Southwestern Nigeria, Southern Benin Kwa Less than moderate
Nigerian None Yoruba Nigeria, Niger Hausa, Nupe, Tiv Low
Merku None Kainji Northwest Nigeria, Southwest Niger, Northern Benin None Low
Drieli None Nigerian Pidgin Southeast Nigeria English Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Sarto None French Northern Benin, Northern Togo Gur Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Kerla None Dutch Southern Togo Kwa Very distinct sounding Moderate
Dotalika None German Southern Nigeria Yoruba, Hausa Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Renka None Danish Togo, Southern Benin Kwa Very distinct sounding Moderate
Merko None Swedish Southwestern Nigeria Yoruba Less than moderate
Vessic Vesser Norwegian Northwestern Nigeria Gur More than moderate
Funan None Fulani Northern Nigeria None Low
Beninese None Chinese Benin Kwa High
Olota None Chadic Southern, & southeastern Niger None Low
Kepa None Ijo Central Nigeria None Less than moderate
Jurabi None Gur Western Nigeria, Central Benin Arabic, Fulani Very distinct sounding Moderate
Dba None Kwa Southern Togo, Southern Benin Yoruba Low
Etalan None Latin Central Nigeria Cross River, Bantoid Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Togoan Togo Japanese Togo Kwa More than moderate
Mininian (Extinct) The Kingdom Of Mininia (no longer existing) Navaho? Yoruba? Central, Southern, & Southwestern Nigeria Yoruba? The language ressembles Navaho, Youruba, Finnic, Celtic, Semitic, & Austronesian. It has 3 level tones (High, Mid, & Low) & four lengths High
Inian The Kingdom Of Inia Mininian Southern & Southeastern Nigeria Navaho It has 2 tones and 2 lengths Moderate
Catiean The Kingdom Of Catiea Mininian Northern Nigeria, Southern Niger Chinese Is isolating. Most words are four syllables long, yet each has a maximum of 2 consonants per word. It has three tones & four lengths. It has very few consonant phonemes & has only 5 vowels. All languages that derive from this one have only one consonant per word High
Tiean The Tiea Republic Catiean Nigeria, Benin None Very distinct sounding High
Keian Keia Catiean Eastern Nigeria, Northern Cameroon, Southwestern Chad, Western C.A.R. None Very distinct soundin Less than moderate
Cameronese None Kamtok Cameroon Bantu, Adamawa, Ubangi, English Low
Twarta War Zenaga Senegal, Gambia Atlantic Less than moderate
Waloan Walo Atlantic Western Guinea, Guinea-Bissau None Low
Sogofian Sogofia Mande Southern Mali None Moderate
Surefonoan Surefono Mande Central Guinea Atlantic Moderate
Malian None Malinke Mali Berber, Mande, Gur, Songhay, Fulani Less than moderate
Futaturoan None Mande Midwestern Mali None Sounds a bit like Japanese Less than moderate
Monosnan Monosna Kwa Northwest Ivory Coast Mande, French Very distinct sounding Moderate
Burkinan Burkina Gur Burkina Faso Mande, Senufo Low
Anyanowan None Songhay Central Mali None Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Milenian

None

Arabic Southern & Western Mali Fulani, Mande Sounds like Italian and Spanish Less than moderate
Yally None English Northern Liberia Mande, Atlantic, Kru More than moderate
Guinean None French, Portuguese Guinea Atlantic, Mande Low
Ivorian None Latin Ivory Coast Kwa, Mande, Gur Very distinct sounding Low
Liberian None Spanish Liberia Mande, Atlantic Less than moderate
Verdian None Crioullo Cape Verde Portuguese Low
Lunka None Dutch Guinea-Bissau, Senegal Atlantic Very distinct sounding Low
Leonean None Italian Sierra Leone Spanish, Portuguese, Mande, Atlantic Low
Ma'u, Mao None Chinese Southestern Ivory Coast, Southwestern Ghana Kwa Moderate
Giti None Kru Southern Liberia Krio Less than moderate
Coeoan The Kingdom Of Coeo Catiean Central Ghana None Very distinct sounding High
Isean Isea Catiean Northwest Ghana None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Abean Abea Catiean Western Ivory Coast None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Inean Inea Catiean Northern Ivory Coast None Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Inooan Inoo Catiean Southern Guinea None Very distinct sounding Low
Ghanan None Greek Ghana Kwa, Gur Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Senegalese None Atlantic Senegal Portuguese Sounds like Portuguese Moderate
Gambian None Portuguese The Gambia Crioullo Less than moderate
'Aassurii None Hassaniya Mauretania Catiean Languages Very distinct sounding Low
Iratan None Berber Western Sahara Moroccan Low
Elagazi None Berber Southeastern Algeria Moroccan Less than moderate
Ininian None Greek Northwestern Libya Vandal Less than moderate
Lalohan Laloha Ininian Midnortheast Algeria Catiean Languages Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ahadian None Germanic Northern Libya Catiean Languages Sounds a bit lika Arabic More than moderate
Thelesatian The Kingdom Of Thelesatia Chadic Libyan Coast Greek, Germanic, Latin Vey distinct sounding More than moderate
Thigolan The Republic Of Thigolas Chadic Libya Thelesatian, Egyptian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Thimulan Thimula Chadic Southwestern Egypt Egyptian, Kanuri, Nubian, Siwa Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Lyomuan, Leomuan None Kanuri Northern & Central Chad None Low
Hukupiti None Egyptian Central Libya Catiean Languages Very distinct sounding Moderate
Takrur Takrur Atlantic Western Mauretania Berber Sounds like a Berber language More than moderate
Ferlahiyu None Semitic Northeastern Libya Egyptian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Inowan Inowa Catiean Central Niger None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Ishowan Ishowa Catiean Northeastern Niger None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Aroayan The Aroaya Kingdom Catiean Algeria excluding the atlas region None Very distinct sounding High
Alioan Alioa Catiean Northern Mali None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Eyowan Eyowa Catiean Southeastern Libya None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Ohan Oha Catiean Western Libya, Eastern Algeria None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Zehorian Zehor Latin Northwestern Libya Moroccan Sounds a bit like Spanish Moderate
Terydonese Terydon Latin Southern Tunisia Moroccan, Vandal Very distinct souning Less than moderate
Saharan None Latin The Sahara excluding Egypt, Sudan,The Libyan Coast, The Tunisian Coast, Western Sahara, & Western Mauretania Catiean Languages Sounds a bit like Arabic Less than moderate
Erazan Eraza Moroccan Midwestern Algeria Berber Very distinct sound Moderate
Marezian Marezy Moroccan Midnorth Algeria Berber Sounds like a Berber language More than moderate
Raglasi Raglasa Moroccan Western Algeria Berber Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Mauritanian None Moroccan Mauritania Berber Sounds like Arabic Less than moderate
Truzan None Semitic Northeastern Sudan Beja Very distinct sounding Moderate
Akinan The Akinas Kingdom Egyptian Northern Egypt Greek, Latin Very distinct sounding High
Kenaktapi None Egyptian Central Egypt None Less than moderate
Shaburabian Shaburabi Egyptian Southern Sinai Sumerian, Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Hokentokepi Hokentokep Egyptian Southeastern Egypt None Moderate
Ansarian The Republic of Ansarius Arabic Northwestern Egypt Latin, Greek Sounds like Latin High
Sudanese None Nubian Sudan Japanese, Arabic, Nilo-Saharan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Airopezan Airopez Latin Alexandria & neighboring areas Egyptian Very distinct sounding High
Tingotanan Tingotan Latin Noerth Eastern Libya Egyptian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Cucan Cuca Latin Central Egypt Egyptian Sounds a bit like Quechua More than moderate
Diphigadan Diphigada Greek Northeastern Libya None High
Mernakan Mernak Germanic Western Egypt Egyptian Sounds like Egyptian Low
Eluwesan None Cushitic Northern Sudan, Southern Egypt Coptic Very distinct sounding Low
Tapamese None Siwa Northwestern Egypt, Northeastern Libya Egyptian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Margahan None Chadic Southwestern Egypt, Northeastern Egypt Egyptian Low
Piknatuknami None Sumerian Central Egypt Egyptian Sounds like Egyptan Moderate
Libyan None Latin Libya Egyptian, Greek Very distinct sounding Low
Tapukan None Fulani Southwest Egypt Egyptian Sounds like Quechua Less than moderate
Galgazic None Basque Eastern Morocco Berber Very distinct sounding Moderate
Nelecotan None Celtic Algerian Atlas Punic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Terishese Terish Vandal Northern Tunisia Moroccan, Berber Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Darinese Darin Germanic Eastern Algerian Atlas None Moderate
Vanda Vandaland Germanic Northern Tunisia, Eastern Algerian Atlas Berber Moderate
Aldamagoan Aldamago Navarro-Aragonese Northern Morocco Berber, Spanish Moderate
Mastechan Mastecha Mozarabic Central Morocco Berber Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Moroccan Morocco Latin Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia Berber, Vandal, Punic Very distinct sounding High
Elian Elia Moroccan Northern Algerian Atlas None Less than moderate
Tavalian Tavalia Moroccan Eastern Morocco Nelecotan Moderate
Micalidian Micalidia Moroccan Southwest Morocco None Moderate
Romocan Romoca Moroccan Southern Morocco None Less than moderate
Tosaharoan Tosaharo Moroccan Central Algerian Atlas Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ezorian Ezoria Moroccan Eastern Morocco None Less than moderate
Pedoan None Moroccan Northern Morocco None Low
Puduan None Moroccan Northern Morocco None Low
Magoan Mago Moroccan Northwest Morocco None Moderate
Tiemperan Tiemper Morrocan West Algerian Atlas None Moderate

Tuadoan

Tuado Moroccan Northern Tunisia None More than moderate
Vishrian Vishria Latin Central Algerian Atlas Berber, Punic Sounds a bit like Romanian High
Sorioan Sorio Italo-Dalmatian Northern Tunisia None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Tuigaroan Tuigaro Italo-Dalmatian East Algerian Atlas Moroccan Sounds like a Moroccan language More than moderate
Rokatoyan Rokatoya Latin Northern Tunisia Moroccan, Berber Sounds very distinct More than moderate
Konsolian Konsolia Moroccan Northern Morocco Spanish Sounds a bit like Spanish More than moderate
Rablasan Rablasa Moroccan Southern Morocco Spanish Sounds like Spanish More than moderate
Kalottian None Coregoan North Algerian Atlas None Moderate
Algerian None French Algeria Moroccan Sounds like a Moroccan language Less than moderate
Aragan Araga Moroccan Northern Morocco Berber Less than moderate
Rizayoan Rizayo Moroccan Central Morocco Berber Moderate
Hakosan None Arabic Southern Algerian Atlas Moroccan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Marean None Punic Eastern Algerian Atlas None Moderate
Tapadadan Tapadada Greek Eastern Algerian Atlas Spanish Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Atlasic Atlas Greek Atlas Berber Very distinct sounding Low
Akaropian None Greek Tunisia Egyptian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Ibitarian None Italic Northern Tunisia Berber, Greek Less than moderate
Arazan Araza Berber Western Algerian Atlas None Moderate
Tunisian None Latin Tunisia Berber, Vandal Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Canarian None Latin Canary Islands Guanche, Moroccan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Madeiran None Portuguese Islas de Madeira None Low
Azorian Azores Celtic Azores Islands None Very distinct sounding More than moderate

European Languages - 371

Ahoroanic - 6

Albanian - 3

Anatolian - 1

Armenian - 2

Baltic - 4

Basque - 6

Berber - 2

Canadian - 1

Chinese - 2

Celtic - 27

Celto-Germanic - 4

Celto-Hellenic - 1

Dagestani - 2

Egyptian - 1

Eskimo-Aleutan - 2

Finnic - 15

Germanic - 77

Greco-Germanic - 4

Hellenic - 16

Indo-Aryan - 5

Indo-Germanic - 1

Iranian - 8

Italic - 93

Italo-Germanic - 1

Japonic - 9

Kagan - 2

Kartvelian - 1

Kligaka - 1

Korean - 2

Mongolian - 4

Nakh - 1

Northwest Caucassian - 1

Samoyedic - 2

Semitic - 12

Slavic - 34

Slavo-Germanic - 2

Tungusic - 1

Turkic - 7

Tyrsenian - 3

Ugric - 8

Unclassified - 2

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Influence Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Iskan Iska Basque Northern Spain None Moderate
Hondarian Hondaria Basque Central Spain Spanish Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Erunoan Eruno Celtic Northern Spain Ibero-Romance, Basque Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kraglan Kragla Gothic Central Spain Berber, Basque Very distinct sounding Moderate
Gudtharian Gudtharia Vandal Southern Spain Berber, Mozarabic Less than moderate
Goldalonan Goldalona Germanic Western Spain Spanish Sounds a bit like Spanish Moderate
Shirusiasoan The Kingdom Of Shirusiaso Leonese Northern Spain Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ralan Rala Catalan Northeastern Spain None Less than moderate
Churoan Churo Asturian Northern Spain Spanish Moderate
Kotasoan Kotaso Asturian Northwestern Spain Greek, Japanese Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Lamian Lamia Spainsh Western Spain Portuguese Low
Sondoleroan Sondolero Spanish Eastern Spain None Less than moderate
Cubrian Cubria Galician Northern Portugal, Northwestern Spain Portuguese Less than moderate
Poranoan Porano Navarro-Aragonese Northeast Spain None Low
Imberan Imbera Mozarabic Southern Spain None Less than moderate
Alconyan, Alkonyan The Alconya Kingdom, The Alkonya Kingdom Catalan Eastern & Northeastern Spain None Moderate
Reneonese The Reneon Empire Latin Southwestern Spain Spanish, Mozarabic, Japanese (recent) Very distinct sounding High
Xanionic The Republic Of Xanion Latin Southwestern Spain Korean (recent) Very distinct sounding High
Krogotese Krogot Occitan Northeastern Spain Catalan Low
Monadean The Monade Republic Italo-Dalmatian Northeastern Spain Catalan Sounds like Catalan Moderate
Bovadan Bovada Romanian Central Portugual Portuguese Sounds a bit like Portuguese Less than moderate
Corudosan Corudos Gallo-Romance Northern Spain Ibero-Romance Sounds a bit like Spanish Less than moderate
Haburrasan Haburras Moroccan Central Spain Spainsh Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Gibraltarian None Moroccan Southern Spain Berber Low
Rizolan Rizola Semitic Southeastern Spain Moroccan, Basque Very distinct sounding Moderate
Alibrian None Arabic Southern Spain Spanish Sounds like Spanish More than moderate
Eteran None Punic Eastern Spain Gothic, Basque Very distinct sounding Low
Iberian Creole None Greek Iberia Basque, Celtic, Punic, Berber, Germanic Low
Laperodoan The Republic Of Laperodo Japanese Northern Spain Leonese, Spanish, Galician, Celtic, Basque, Italian Sounds a bit like Spanish High
Maloavan None Italic Northeastern Spain Basque Moderate
Bavadezan Bavadez Berber Southern Spain Mozarabic, Spanish Sounds like Spanish Moderate
Andorran None Catalan Andorra Spanish, Occitan Less than moderate
Valencian Valencia Catalan Eastern Spain Spanish Less than Moderate
Balearian None Catalan Baleares Islands Spanish, Italian, Greek, Russian Low
Embean Embea Gaulic Southeastern France Emaluan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Elionese Elion Irish Western France Gallo-Romance Less than moderate
Kronese Kron Cornish Northern France, Belgium French, Dutch Low
Esanese Esan Celtic Southwestern France None Less than moderate
Loxowian Loxowy German Southwestern France French More than moderate
Karbian Karby Dutch Netherlands English Low
Solinoldian Solinold Limburgish Belgium, Netherlands None Moderate
Germandic Germandy German, Burgundian Eastern France, Southwestern Germany, Switzerland None Low
Gritinian Gritini Dutch Netherlands Italian More than moderate
Puynic Puyn Gothic Midnorth France French Moderate
Roltesan Roltes Germanic Northeastern Freanc French More than moderate
Relotic Relot Roltesan Midnorth France French Less than moderate
Darlic None Germanic Southwest France Occcitan Moderate
Ponsic Pons French Northwestern France None Moderate
Crosan Crosa French Midnorth France None Moderate
Croyan Croy French Midnorth France None Moderate
Dalasican Dalasico Occitan Southern France Italian Sounds like Italian More than moderate
Josfongosan Josfongos Coregoan Eastern France Tungusic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Leshvolionese Leshvolion Occitan Western France Hebrew Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Coregoan The Coregos Republic Gallo-Romance Central France None Sounds a bit like French High
Macan The Mac Empire Gallo-Romance Central France French, Occitan Sounds like French High
Macian The Republic Of Macia Gallo-Romance Central France French, Occitan Sounds a bit like Romanian More than moderate
Fontesan Fontes Gallo-Romance Western France Tungusic More than moderate
Laydeseetian Laydeseet Gallo-Romance Eastern France None Moderate
Residalian, Residallian The Residal Kingdom, The Residall Kingdom Norman Northern & Northwestern France Berber, Italian, Old Norse, French, English, Occitan High
Mozabrian Mozabry Portuguese Southern France Occitan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Chicodonese Chicodon Spanish Southwestern France Occitan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Marsolian Marsolis Greek Southern & Southeastern France Occitan Sounds like Occitan More than moderate
Keskan None Basque Southwestern France None Less than moderate
Tasang None Berber Southeastern France Occitan, French Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Felesheuan Felesheu Chinese Western France French Sounds like French Moderate
Emaluan The Republic Of Emalua Finnic Brittany Celtic, Latin Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Vovalese None Semitic Southwestern & Southern France Celtic, Latin Very distinct sounding Moderate
Oimolan Oimola Aramaic Southwestern France Occitan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Larian Laria Arabic Southern France Latin, Greek, Celtic Sounds a bit like Greek Moderate
Shulenese Shulenland English Southwestern France French, Occitan, Basque Low
Masanpian The Empire Of Masanpy Persian Southern France Occitan Very distinct sounding High
Ozatan None Ryukyuan Southwestern France Occitan, Basque Moderate
Vaverese None Persian Southern France Occitan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Monacoan None Occitan Monaco, Southeastern France Italian Sounds like Italian Low
Belgian None French Belgium Latin, Celtic Sounds like Latin Moderate
Elruetican None Italic Southeastern France Celtic Less than moderate
Senan The Sena Republic Irish Northeastern Ireland None Very distinct sounding High
Stassic The Kingdom Of Stass Irish Northern Ireland English, German Sounds like a Germanic language High
Cordian Cordia Celtic Southwestern Ireland None Low
Egedese Eged Gailic Southwestern Scotland Greek Moderate
Casidese Casid Gailic Northern England Greek Moderate
Cemlic Cemland Celtic Midnorth England Welsh Moderate
Cordernese Cordern Celtic Southern England None Less than moderate
Morenese Moren Celtic Central Scotland Pictish? English Very distinct sounding Moderate
Galyattic Galyatta Celtic Southern Iceland Icelandic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Kadoan Kado Anglo-Saxon Southeast England None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ongalan Ongala Anglo-Saxon Midnorthwest England None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Scinese Scin English East England None Moderate
Deeginian Deegini Scots Northeast Scotland None More than moderate
Lemdearish Lemdear Anglo-Saxon Western Ireland Irish Sounds like Irish More than moderate
Bowinese Bowin Anglo-Saxon Central Scotland Pictish? Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Gibarotic Gibarot English Southeastern England None Less than moderate
Sathoonian Sathoonia Anglo-Saxon Southern England None More than moderate
Anglian Anglia English, Anglo-Saxon England, Scotland None Moderate
Olkerese Olker Old West Norse Southwest Scotland, North England None Moderate
Larkish None English Southeast Iceland Icelandic Sounds like a nordic language Moderate
Lenorian Lenor Rhaeto-Romance Western Scotland Gailic Less than moderate
Marlettese None Anglo-Norman Southern England English More than moderate
Balrandian Balrandy Gallo-Romance Southeastern Ireland Irish Very distinct sounding Moderate
Angish Angland Chinese Northwest England English Sounds like English Moderate
Adonese None Bhojpuri Central England Panjabi, Hindi, Romani, English, Urdu Moderate
Yikyak None Inuit Northwestern Iceland Icelandic, Saami Low
Plita None Saami Northeastern Iceland Icelandic, Inuit Less than moderate
Marnan Marna Korean Northwestern Ireland Irish, English Sounds a bit like Irish More than moderate
Blissanese Blissan Basque Southern England English Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Cunnagan Cunnaga Japanese Northwestern Ireland Irish More than moderate
Canco Cancolandy Japanese Northwestern England English Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Mirkirijan None Japanese Southwest Iceland Gailic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Grendish The Grend Federation Russian Northeast England English, German Sounds like English & German High
Grondelic Grondel Kagan Midnortheast England Anglo-Saxon More than moderate
Plomdesinese Plomdesin Indo-European, Germanic? Celtic? Eastern Ireland None More than moderate
Plandean Plandea Indo-European, Germanic? Celtic? Northern Wales Walsh Sounds a bit like Walsh Moderate
Ogendian Ogendi Indo-European, Gemanic? Celtic? Central Scotland None Moderate
Pogenese Pogen Indo-European, Germanic? Celtic? Eastern England German Sounds a bit like German More than moderate
Relirdic Relird Germanic Cornwall Cornish, English Moderate
Thindinese Thindin Germanic Northern Scotland Old West Norse, Anglo-Saxon Moderate
Ozenese None Greek Western England Celtic Less than moderate
Colodic Colod Greek Eastern Irish Irish Less than moderate
Ozagan Ozaga Greek Southern Scotland English Moderate
Delnish Deln Semitic Northeast England English, Old East Norse Sounds like English More than moderate
Denese None Iranian Western Scotland Old West Norse, Gailic, Scots Very distinct sounding Moderate
Miklandish Mikland English Central England German, Dutch Moderate
Proto-Ahoroanic ? Urallic? Tyrsenian? Altaic? Afro-Asiatic? Baltic Area? Urallic? Ugric? Having little to no similarities to Indo-European, the Ahoroanic languages have been compared to Finnic, Ugric, Basque, Turkic, Tyrsenian, Sumerian, Berber, Japanese, Mongolian, Nilo-Saharan, Semitic, & Na-Dene High
Ahoroan The Empire Of Ahoro Ahoroanic Lithuania, Latvia, Kaliningrad, Estonia None Very distinct sounding High
Gerish Ger Ahoroanic East of Estonia, East of Latvia None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Asorian The Kingdom Of Asoria Ahoroanic Midsouth Sweden Swedish Very distinct sounding High
Molikan Molika Ahoroanic Southeastern Lithuania, Northwestern Belarus None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Baltic Creole None Danish Baltic Area Baltic, Ahoroanic, Finnic, Slavic Low
Dalkian Dalkia Old East Norse Midsouthwest Sweden None Moderate
Klomdsic Klomds Old West Norse Central Norway Saami Moderate
Broderan Brodera Old East Norse Midnorth Sweden None Moderate
Svigan Sviga Gutnish Gotland Polish, Baltic Moderate
Nerligean None Old East Norse Western Latvia Baltic, Estonian More than moderate
Onokan Onoka Finnish Southeastern Finnland Greek Very distinct sounding Moderate
Nozerokoan Nozeroko Finnish Eastern Finland Japanese, Russian Sounds a bit like Japanese Moderate
Indiolian Indiolia Finnish Southwestern Finland Latin Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Sammoan Sammo Saami Northern Sweden Swedish More than moderate
Amakian None Finnish Southeastern Karelia None Low
Feloan Felo Finnish Western Finland None Moderate
Oliamanyan Oliamanya Karelian Northern Finland, Northern Karelia None More than moderate
Pahavian Pahavia Estonian Estonia, Latvia Ahoroan, Latvian Moderate
Haltese Haltland Franconian Western Lithuania, Western Latvia Baltic, Ahoroanic Moderate
Weckish Weck Anglo-Saxon Southwestern Norway Norwegian, Old West Norse More than moderate
Dalnan Dalna Germanic Midsouthwestern Sweden Swedish Moderate
Olvoteri Olvoteria Germanic Southern Sweden None Moderate
Kiljan None Old East Norse Central Finland Finnish, Saami Moderate
Nakikatan None Inuit Northern Norway, Northern Finnland Finnish, Saami, Norwegian Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Walapokan The Chiefdom Of Walapoka Japanese Westcoast Norway Norwegian Very distinct sounding High
Kjutufijan None Japanese Midnorthwest Finland Finnish Sounds a bit like Finnish More than moderate
Enloan Enlo Manx Southern Finland Finnish Sounds a bit like Finnish More than moderate
Blanorian The Kindom Of Blanory Celtic Central Norway Norwegian, French Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Beribese Berib Celtic Continental Denmark Danish, German Very distinct sounding Moderate
Brerdic Brerd Celtic Midnorth Norway Norwegian Sounds a bit like Norwegian More than moderate
Finyan (Extinct) Finyas Celtic? Finnic? Chinese? Tungusic? Southwestern Finland Finnic? Celtic? The language may be a Celtic language, but also has Finnic, Chinese, & Tungusic elements Moderate
Manyut None Nenets North of Karelia Saami, Finnish, Karelian Less than moderate
Marlic, Marlick, Marlock The Kingdom Of Marland Persian Denmark English, Anglo-Saxon, Danish Sounds like English High
Barathanian Barathania Latin Islands Denmark Old East Norse Very distinct sounding High
Hanatsuvagan Hanatsuvagan Sanskrit Western Sweden Swedish Sounds like Swedish More than moderate
Mamoan Mamo Mongolian Southeastern Sweden Swedish Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Turokoan None Slavic Aland Finnish, Old East Norse Very distinct sounding Moderate
Thurdic Thurdland Old Russian Northern Finland, Northern Sweden Old East Norse, Old West Norse Sounds like Old Norse More than moderate
Sluvian None Slavic Eastern Latvian Baltic, Ahoroanic Sounds like a Baltic language Moderate
Fliatenese None Baltic Eastern Sweden Gutnish, Swedish More than moderate
Litrian None Baltic Eastern Latvia Latvian Low
Laferish Lafer Lombardian Southwestern Germany Celtic Moderate
Lerinese Lerin Lombardian Southern Bavaria None Less than moderate
Erlindish Erlind Franconian Northwestern Germany Celtic Moderate
Lekstanian Lekstany Dutch Northern Netherlands Turkish Sounds a bit like Turkish Moderate
Preflandish Prefland German Northeastern Germany English Low
Peeforian Peeforia English Western Germany German, Dutch Low
Asinese Asin Low German Northern Bavaria None Low
Listinese Listin Low German Southwest Germany German Low
Rochese Roch Low German Northern Germany German Low
Abish None Low German Northeastern Germany German, Polish, Danish, Swedish Moderate
Grandalic Grandal Germanic Western & Central Czech Republic None Moderate
Radergan Raderga Old East Norse Central Slovakia Hungarian More than moderate
Boltaric Boltar Germanic Northeastern Poland Polish Very distinct sounding Moderate
Karodian Karodia Germanic Southwestern Poland Polish, Czech Sounds like a Slavic language More than moderate
Rarman Rarma Germanic Southwestern Slovakia Hungarian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Boltamian Boltamia Germanic Northwest Poland Polish, German, Swedish Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Oremese Orem Old Russian

Scatterd across Eastern & Northeastern Germany

None More than moderate
Goniningian Goniningia Russian Northern Netherlands Frisian, Dutch, Low German Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Riddish Ridland Slavic Northern Slovakia, Southeastern Poland German, Ukrainian More than moderate
Womyan Womya Slavic Western Poland Polish, Sorbian, German Sounds like Polish & Sorbian Moderate
Karobonikian Karoboniki Polish Northern Poland None Less than moderate
Stodian Stodia Slovak Northwest Slovakia, Eastern Czech Republic None Moderate
Prelaboan The Kingdom Of Prelabo Polish, Russian West Ukraine, East Poland, Southwest Belarus German, Irish, Ukrainian, English, Romanian, Japanese, Korean, Sivinian, Kengan, Polamian, Capondoan, Old East Norse, Old West Norse, Classical Greek, Sumerian, Egyptian, Persian, Aramaic, Oskerese Very distinct sounding High
Solish The Soland Kingdom Finnic Southeastern Lithuania, Northern Belarus, Scattered communities across northern Poland Polish, Belorussian Very distinct sounding High
Gershovian None Hungarian Eastern Bavaria German, Czech More than moderate
Iganese None Spanish Central Poland Polish, Romani Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Moronosan None Mozarabic Scattered communities across Germany, Poland, & the Czech Republic Polish Less than moderate
Mazan Maza Moroccan Central Poland Polish Very distinct sounding Moderate
Glissian None Tyrsenian Southern Bavaria German Moderate
Pladisese Pladis Gaulic Western & Southwestern Germany, Northeastern France German Moderate
Kladerifinese Kladerifin Irish Northwestern Germany Dutch, Frisian, German, Low German Sounds a bit like Dutch More than moderate
Arberese Arber Beribese Central Germany German Very distinct sounding Moderate
Dirkish Dirkland Turkish Eastern Germany German Very distinct sounding Moderate
Markian None Gothic Southwestern Germany None Very distinct sounding Low
Flatoksviltic Flatoksvilt Baltic Eastern & Northeastern Germany, Western & Northwestern Poland Low German, German, Polish, Sorbian Sounds like a Germanic language Less than moderate
Brigandian Brigandia Gallo-Italic Southern Switzerland, West Italian Alps, French Alps Burgundian Moderate
Germanian None Gallo-Italic Western Austria, Central Italian Alps German Low
Maroyan None Rhaeto-Romance Northeastern Switzerland Tungusic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Valian None Venetian Southern Austria None Sounds like Romanian Moderate
Hipsinese Hipsin German Northwestern Switzerland Tyrsenian Less than moderate
Torelian Torelia Franconian Western Austria Tyrsenian, Italian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Alispinese Alispin Dutch Western Austria Tyrsenian, German Sounds a bit like German Moderate
Takman Takma English Eastern Austria Hungarian, German Very distinct sounding Moderate
Tarenan Tarena Germanic Northern Austria Hungarian, Tyrsenian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Etmaranan Etmarana Etruscan Western Austria, Liechtenstein Hungarian Moderate
Alpese None Gaulic Northwestern Switzerland German Sounds a bit like German Low
Astinese Astin Korean Southern Austria German, Italian, Tungusic, Tyrsenian, Hungarian Sounds like Dutch & a bit like German Less than moderate
Veletic None Indo-European, Germanic? Slavic? Central Austria Tyrsenian, Germanic? Sounds like Slovak More than moderate
Obotritic None Indo-European, Germanic? Slavic? Southeastern Austria Tyrsenian, Germanic? Sounds a bit like Bulgarian More than moderate
Alpine Tungusic Dialects None Manchu Scattered thoughouts the alps excluding the eastern alps German, Italian, French More than moderate
Giniska None Basque Northeast Switzerland German, Rhaeto-Romance Moderate
Treitoan None Italic Central Italian Alps, Western Austria Tyrsenian, German Moderate
Eperikoan None Greek Southern Austria Tyrsenian Moderate
Kiliyatan None Finnic Midwest Austria Tyrsenian, Tungusic Moderate
Sagamol None Hungarian Central Austria Tyrsenian, Rhaeto-Romance Moderate
Pean Pezan Latin, Italo-Dalmatian? Gallo-Italic? Northwest Italy, Northern Tuscany Italian? Low
Alipian None Italo-Dalmatian Northern Italy German, Tyrsenian Low
Arapian None Italo-Dalmatian Northeast Italy Tyrsenian Low
Paliroan Paliro South Italian Southern Italy Greek, Relisoan Moderate
Payoan None Italian East Italy None Less than moderate
Sissellian None Sicillian Sicilly Occitan, Lillian Very distinct sounding Low
Fagoan Fago Italian Tuscany None Low
Relatican Relatico Italian Central Italy Latin More than moderate
Rocadoan Rocadoc Italo-Dalmatian Corsica Occitan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Lisaradoan Lisarado Italo-Dalmatian Eastern Sardinia Sardinian Moderate
Feroan None Italian Northwest Italy Gallo-Italic Low
Lomasan Lomas Venetian Midnortheast Italy Greek Sound a bit like Greek More than moderate
Gheuamian Gheuami, Guehuamie, Gewami French Northern Italy Italian, Gallo-Italic, Venetian, Romanian More than moderate
Ropic None Latin Central Italy None Very distinct sounding. Very tonal Moderate
Deporian Depory Gallo-Italic Northwest Italy French, Occitan Sounds like Occitan & French Moderate
Vesolian None Gallo-Italic Northern Italy Tyrsenian, Venetian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Rapolian None Gallo-Italic Midnorth Italy Italian, Tyrsenian Sounds like Italian Moderate
Cregatan Cregat Occitan Northwest Italy Gallo-Italic, French Less than moderate
Miyan None Aragonese Midsouthwest Italy Italian Sounds a bit like Italian Low
Lillian Lillia Latin Midsouth Italy Italian, South Italian Sounds like Italian Less than moderate
Relisoan Reliso Latin Southern Italy None More than moderate
Pekesian The Kingdom Of Pekesia Latin Northern Sardinia Sardinian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Tosiroan Tosiro Sardinian Southwest Sardinian Paliroan, Relisoan, Japanese Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Erinyan Erinya Moroccan Western Sicilly Pekesian, Sardinian Less than moderate
Procatarian Procataria Latin Western Italy None Moderate
Plamean None Gaulic Northern Italy None Moderate
Murian Muria Lombardian Northern Italy Gallo-Italic, Venetian Sounds a bit like Spanish & Italian Low
Terianese Terian Burgundian Eastern Italian Alps Tyrsenian, Italian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Torolnan None Germanic Northern Italian Alps Tyrsenian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Rolian None Germanic Eastern Italian Italian Sounds like Italian Low
Kapisian Kapis Greek Southeast Italy Albanian, Italian Moderate
Pagroan Pagro Greek Southern Italy, Eastetn Sicillian Italian Sounds like Italian Less than moderate
Lusanan None Greek Southwest Italy Latin, Italian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ostralian Ostralia, Australia Indo-European, Germanic? Italic? Central Italy Italic? More than moderate
Eratushi Eratush Basque Western Corsica Italian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Federan Federa Ukrainian Midsoutheast Italy Italian, South Italian Sounds like Italian More than moderate
Bullian None Italic Midnorth Italy None Moderate
Trentoan Trento Spanish Midsouthwest Italy Italian Moderate
Liddean None Tyrsenian Midnorth Italy Italian Moderate
Maratidian None Arabic Southern Sicilly Italian, South Italian, Sicillian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Trikian None Maltese Malta None Less than moderate
Surdonian Surdonia Serbo-Croat Eastern Italy Latin Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Clovian Clovia Slovene Slovenia, Northeast Italy Friulian, Venetian Sounds like Venetian Moderate
Egerian None Geg Albanian Midsoutheast Italy Italian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Ochirian Ochiria, Okiria Japanese Eastern Corsica Italian, Corsican Sounds like Italian High
Wanatakyuan Wanatakyu, Vantachio Italian Northern Italy Japanese, Venetian, Tungusic Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Rybylan The Chiefdom Of Rybyla Ainu? Japanese? Bosnia & Herzegovina excluding the northwest area Russian, Romani, Arabic, Slavic languages, Albanian, Greek, Romanian, Hungarian, Turkish, Italian, Sanskrit Ressembles Japanese, Ainu, Tungusic, Mongolian, Turkic, & Bodic languages High
Gramapatki Gramapatka Bosnian Dubrovnik Greek, Sanskrit High
Arenean The Democratic Republic Of Areneas Croatian Northern Croatia, Northwest Bosnia & Herzegovina Greek, Latin Sounds like Latin and a bit like Greek High
Meproan Mepro Slavic Montenegro Serbian, Bosnian Low
Mastiyan Mastiya Geg Albanian Northern Albania Greek Less than moderate
Chavimese Chavim Latin Mid Southern Croatia Croatian Sounds a bit like Portuguese More than moderate
Kuriotan The Kingdom Of Kuriota Italo-Dalmatian Kosovo Japanese, Romanian, Greek, Macedonian Sounds like Japanese High
Sividian Sividia East Romance Vojvodina Serbian Less than moderate
Stipakan Stipaka Germanic Eastern Serbia Slavic Sounds like a Slavic language Moderate
Alaveenese Alaveen Germanic Eastern Slovenia None Low
Grambedergan Grambederga Germanic Western Hungary Hungarian Sounds like Hungarian More than moderate
Ilathakoan Ilathako Italic Western Croatia Greek Sounds like Greek Moderate
Haslagrafic Haslagraf Indo-European, Hellenic? Germanic? Eastern Croatia None More than moderate
Balkan Creole None Greek Thoughout the Balkans Slavic, Romani, Albanian, Romanian Sounds like a Slavic language Low
Lijuga None Hungarian Eastern Hungary Slovak, Serbian Low
Kargi None Turkish Southeast Serbia Serbian, Romanian Low
Kuniltic None Celtic Midsouth Serbia Geg Albanian Moderate
Finichian Finichi Greek Midnorth Greece None Moderate
Patakoan Patakos Greek Northwestern Greece Tosk Albanian Low
Herkachian Herkachi Greek Central Greece Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Hadakithian Hadakithi Tosk Albanian Southern Albania Greek Sounds a bit like Greek More than moderate
Otitian Otitia Italian Western Greece Greek, Aromunian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kalamakitian, Kalamakithian Kalamakiti, Kalamakithi Italian Western Crete Greek Sounds like Greek More than moderate
Itozian Itozia Italo-Dalmatian Eastern Aegean Islands Greek, Turkish Less than moderate
Pontolosan Pontolos East Romance Southeast Aegean Islands Greek Sounds like Greek & Italian More than moderate
Klafstintoan Klafstinto Germanic Macedonia Greek Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Thinsic Thins Irish Northwest Turkey Greek, Thracian Moderate
Thomatan Thomata Japanese Southern Greece Greek Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Oltamalan Oltamala Indo-European, Hellenic? Germanic? Southwest Bulgaria None Moderate
Motapian Motapy Indo-European, Hellenic? Germanic? Southeast Bulgaria Turkish Moderate
Kaparosan Kaparos Old Persian Midnorth Greece Greek Sounds like Greek Moderate
Thomosian Thomosia Semitic Eastern Crete Greek, Thomatan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Giliat None Turkish European Turkey None Low
Argapan None Egyptian Southern Crete Coast Greek Less than moderate
Povinoan Povino Slavic Central Crete Greek, Latin Moderate
Padisi Padis Macedonian Southern Macedonia Greek Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Volisian The Kingdom Of Torresia, The Empire Of Volisia Romanian Central Wallochia, Southeast Transylvania None More than moderate
Minian Minia Ugric Northern Transylvania Romanian, Ukrainian Moderate
Arpadic Arpad Ugric Northwest Transylvania Romanian Sounds like Romanian Moderate
Qawagan The Kingdom Of Qawaga Semitic, Hebrew? Aramaic? Dobruja Aramaic, Hebrew, Romanian, Romani, Persian, Russian, Greek Very distinct sounding High
Bimowodic (Extinct) Bimowod (No longer existing) Germanic Moldavia, Dobruja, Odessa Old Russian, Dacian More than moderate
Dargeran Dargera Indo-European, Celtic? Hellenic? Western Wallochia Romanian Moderte
Veskovlagan, Veskkovlagan Veskovlaga, Veskkovlaga Slavic Northwest Bulgaria Bulgarian More than moderate
Bragan Braga Slavic Southwest Transylvania Romanian Sounds like Romanian More than moderate
Kapilian None Greek Northeast Bulgaria Bulgarian, Romanian, Turkish Less than Moderate
Grilian None Gagauz Moldova Romanian, Ukrainian Low
Kinaki None Celtic Northern Moldavia Ukrainian, Romanian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Pemesha None Romani Northeast Transylvania Romanian Moderate
Pirilian None Finnic Southern Moldavia Romanian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Bashchopesan Bashchopesos Old Russian Odessa Greek, Romanian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Savespoan Savespo Old Russian Central Ukraine None Moderate
Veskofoan The Veskofo Empire Old Russian Central True Russia None High
Prolassian Prolassi Old Russian Central Belarus Latin Moderate
Devonian Devon Greek Midwest Ukraine Ukrainian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Mallettan Malletta Latin Eastern Ukraine Ukraine, Russian Sounds a bit like Italian More than moderate
Elavonan Elavona East Romance Western Ukraine None Moderate
Nepopetrian Nepopetria East Romance Southern Ukraine Ukrainian, Russian Moderate
Dislenkoan Dislenko Dutch Southern Belarus Russian, Belorussian, Spanish Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Veklavan Veklava German Southern True Russia Russian Sounds like Russian More than moderate
Vovoralan Vovorala East Norse Sotheastern True Russia Russian, Finnic, Turkic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Oncherese Oncher Germanic Eastern Belarus, Western True Russia Russian Moderate
Malylylan Malylyla Finnic Northern, & Northeastern True Russia Russian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Tishoan Tisho Iranian Mideast Ukraine Ukrainian Very distinct sounding More than Moderate
Helieran Helier Indo-European, Germanic? Hellenic? Northern Ukraine Ukraine Less than moderate
Vashakaboan Vashakabo Indo-Aryan Eastern True Russia Russian Sounds like Russian More than moderate
Cruushbori Cruushbor Mongolian Northeastern Ukraine, Southwestern True Russia Ukrainian, Russian Very distinct sounding High
Bilishian None Baltic Northwest True Russia Russian Moderate
Klusian None Ugric Southwest True Russia Russian Moderate
Kulala None Celtic Midsouthwest Ukraine Ukraine Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Crymean None Tatar Crymea Gothic, Yiddish, Ukrainian, Kypchak, Russian, Tishoan, Greek Moderate
Mowanese Mowan Finnic Vologda, Russia None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kolish Koland Ugric Komi, Russia Komi, Finnish, Karelian Sounds a bit like Finnish More than moderate
Olian Olia Ugric Kirov, Russia Finnic, Udmurt Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ripistoan Ripisto Russian Nizhny Novgorod, Russia None Low
Mavan Mava Old Russian Kostroma, Russia Finnic Less than moderate
Gerkonoan Gerkono Russian Leningrad, Russia None Moderate

Stivantian, Stivontian

The Republic Of Stivantia, The Republic Of Stivontia Old Church Slavonic Arkhangel'sk, Russia Russian, Russian Church Slavonic, Sanskrit, Latin, avestan, Classical Greek, English Very distinct sounding High
Kemeranan Kemerana Old Russian Penza & Mordovia, Russia Mordvin Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Yemese Yem Slavic Northwest Arkhangel'sk None more than moderate
Chevan Chev Slavic Western Arkhangel'sk None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Covantian Covantium Stivantian Eastern & Northeastern Karelia Latin Sounds a bit like Latin High
Retherinese The Kingdom Of Retherin Old East Norse Northeast Arkhangel'sk, Northern Komi, Nenets Yemese, Old Russian, Nenets, Komi High
Norgovikese Norgovik Old East Norse Orenburg, Russia Russian Sounds like Russian & a Nordic language More than moderate
Niomarkese Niomark Germanic Saratov, Russia Turkic, Old Russian, Finnic, Iranian Moderate
Moldomese Moldom Romanian Ulyanovsk, Russia Mordvin, Mari Sounds like Mordvin More than moderate
Charooban Charooba Old Canadian Udmurtia, Russia Udmurt, Russian More than moderate
Goranian The Federal States Of Gorany Kagan Samara, Russia Russian Sounds like Russian More than moderate
Yefanashahin Yefanashahi Ahoroanic Scattered communities across Leningrad, Karelia, & Western Vologda Karelian More than moderate
Jorockan Jorocka Semitic Mari El Mari, Chucash, Russian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Meckan Mecka Indo-Aryan Western Saratov Russian Sounds a bit like Russian More than moderate
Tsurveda None Chuvash Chuvachia Russian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Meningi None Samoyedic Perm, Russia Udmurt, Komi Moderate
Makhom None Mongolian Bashkortostan Bashkort, Udmurt, Russian More than moderate
Kartana None Iranian Tatarstan Tatar, Russian, Japanese, Mari, Udmurt Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Kligaka The Republic Of Kligaka Kartvelian? Northwest Caucassian? Nakh? Dagestani? Rostov & Volgograd, Russia Russian, Farsi, Northwest Caucassian? Kartvelian? Nakh? Dagestani? Ressembles Kartvelian, Khoisan, Northwest Caucassian, Nakh, Dagestani, Eskimo-Aleutan, & Uto-Aztecan. Has clicks High
Oniksan Oniksa Dagestani Southern Dagestan Nakh Moderate
Gargulalish Gargulal Dagestani Northern Dagestan Iranian More than moderate
Pyoon Pyoo Armenian Southwest Krasnodar Northwest Caucassian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Pekoan Peko Armenian North Ossetia-Alania, Ingushetiya Ossete, Ingush, Alan Moderate
Devantoan Devanto Stivantian Eastern Krasnodar Capondoan Sounds a bit like Capondoan More than moderate
Eremetsic Eremets Romanian Western Krasnodar Adyge Circassian Moderate
Gastenovic Gasteenov German Southern Rostov, Western Kalmykia Russian More than moderate
Palfanyan Palfanya Indo-European, Germanic? Indo-Aryan? Stavropol, Russia None Moderate
Kernag None Kartvelian Karachay-Cherkessia Karachay, Cherkess Circassian Less than moderate
Bsey None Adyge Circassian Adygeya Abaza More than moderate
Garey None Nogai Kabardino-Balkaria Balkar Less than moderate
Malonob None Kalmyk Kalmykia, Astrakhan Iranian, Nogai, Kazakh, Russian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Epelian None Greek Northern Krasnodar Russian, Ukrainian Moderate
Tariat

None

Iranian Eastern Volgograd Kazakh, Kalmyk Very distinct sounding Moderate
Balobian None Anatolian Scattered communities in Krasnodar & Adygeya Adyge Circassian, Abaza Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Nekenoi None Chechen Chechnya Dagestani More than moderate

Asian Languages - 398

Ainu - 3

Anatolian - 5

Armenian - 4

Austro-Asiatic - 9

Austronesian - 16

Bantu/Dravidian Fusian - 1

Baric - 4

Bodic - 5

Burmese-Lolo - 6

Burushaski - 1

Capondoan - 18

Celtic - 2

Celto-Hellenic - 2

Chinese - 17

Chukotko-Kamchatkan - 1

Cushitic - 1

Dagestani - 1

Dravidian - 6

Egyptian - 3

Elamite - 2

Eskimo-Aleutan - 1

Etiopian - 1

Finnic - 3

Germanic - 21

Hellenic - 11

Indo-Aryan - 28

Indo-Italic - 1

Iranian - 32

Iroquoian - 1

Italic - 18

Japonic - 20

Jinghpaw - 3

Kagan - 2

Karen - 1

Kartvelian - 1

Kligaka - 2

Korean - 9

Miao-Yao - 1

Mongolian - 14

Nakh - 1

Nivkh - 3

Northwest Caucasian - 1

Nuristani - 2

Okan - 16

Papuan - 2

Perso-Germanic - 1

Ridikolman - 1

Sakarisan - 3

Samoyedic - 1

Semitic - 43

Slavic - 12

Sumerian - 5

Tai-Kadai - 9

Timor-Alor-Pantar - 1

Tocharian - 2

Tungusic - 10

Turkic - 19

Ugric - 2

Yeniseian - 2

Yukaghir - 1

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Origin Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Molatikan Molatika Greek Midwest Turkey Turkish, Hittite, Semitic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Otosoman Otosoma South Italian Southeast Turkey Turkish, Iranian Moderate
Falonian Falonia East Romance Southwest Turkey Greek, Galatian Moderate
Gazbeltoan Gazbelto East Romance Western Turkey Turkish Sounds like Turkish More than moderate
Anikan


the Kingdom Of Anikas

Hittite Central Turkey Egyptian, Greek, Sakarisan, Syrakan Sounds like a Sakarisan language High
Saskusiz Saskus Hittite Central Turkey Anikan, Sakarisan, Syrakan Sounds a bit like a Sakarisan language Moderate
Lisowian Lisowia Anatolian South Midwest Turkey Semitic, Greek Moderate
Pidigramese Pidigramese Galatian Northern Turkey Turkish Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Proto-Sakarisan None Indo-European Mideast Turkey Sumerian Sounds a bit like Greek, Sanskrit, & Egyptian High
Sakarisan The Kingdom Of Sakarisos Proto-Sakarisan Mideast Turkey None High
Syrakan The Kingdom Of Syrakas Proto-Sakarisan Southern Mideast Turkey None High
Eikalakan Eikalaka Indo-Euopean, Hellenic? Celtic? Northern Midwest Turkey Galatian Very distinct sounding High
Orani Oran Iranian Northeast Turkey Armenian, Turkish Less than moderate
Aramoan Aramo Aramaic Cyprus Greek, Turkish Very distinct sounding Moderate
Gapoan Gapo Turkish Northern Mideast Turkey Greek Low
Amalian None Egyptian Souther Turkey Hittite Less than moderate
Meniyek None Armenian Southeast Turkey Kurdish Moderate
Yenoskalovic Yenoskalov Russian Northern Turkey Turkish Moderate
Yevalokese Yevalok Slavic Western Turkey Galatian, Hittite, Greek Very distinct sounding Moderate
Minavarian Minavaria Kartvelian Northwest Georgia Abkhaz Less than moderate
Ajerkian Ajerki Armenian Armenia, Western Azerbaijan Azeri, Iranian Less than moderate
Adiskanski Adiskansk Russian Northern Azerbaijan, Southern Dagestan Dagestani, Iranian Less than moderate
Jippuwian Jippuwi Latin Southwestern Georgia Kartvelian, Armenian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Cliikali Cliikal Kligaka Eastern Georgia None More than moderate
Srida None Dagestani Northwest Azerbaijan Azeri, Zvan, Armenian Moderate
Kzait None Abkhaz Northwest Georgia Kartvelian Less than moderate
Lergi None Azeri Central Azerbaijan None Low
Karmsi None Greek Western Georgia Kartvelian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Chrid'a None Ossete Northern Georgia Kartvelian, Turkic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
H'lem None Anatolian Central Georgia Georgian Very distinct sounding more than moderate
Niknas None Nakh Northeast Georgia Kartvelian, Bats Less than moderate
Surian The State Of Suria Hebrew Isreal, Jordan None Less than moderate
Ashenese Ashen Hebrew Northern Israel German, Yiddish Moderate
Amudan Amuda Arabic Southern Jordan None Low
Damadan Damada Aramaic Central Jordan Arabic Sounds like Arabic Less than moderate
Elbidic Elbid Aramaic Central Syria None Moderate
Samanese Saman Akkadian Eastern Syria None More than moderate
Altirian Altiria Sumerian Northwestern Syria Latin, Greek Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Inomic Inom Sumerian Western Jordan, Eastern Israel Hebrew, Aramaic Sounds like Hebrew More than moderate
Verladan Verlada Latin Northern Jordan Semitic More than moderate
Tebian Tebia Latin Southern Syria Aramaic Sounds like Aramaic Moderate
Heronese Heron Greek Western Syria Semitic Moderate
Oroki Orokios Greek Southeast Syria Sumerian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Habrashomese Habrashom Limburgish Central Israel Hebrew Sounds like Hebrew Moderate
Karatan Karata Eikalakan Northern Syria Japanese Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Tashrazali Tashrazal Persian Northwest Jordan Hebrew More than moderate
Shordistani Shordistan Turkish Southern Isreal Hebrew Moderate
Ikradian Ikradi Turkic Northeast Syria Aramaic Less than moderate
Obasian Obasi Slavic Western Syria Semitic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kladahan Kladaha Semitic Midsouth Israel None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Amahaean Amahaea Semitic Midsouth Jordan Aramaic Less than moderate
Maryan Marya Semitic Mideast Jordan Arabic Low
Kashani None Japanese Midsouth Isreal Hebrew Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Lebanonese None Armenian Lebanon Aramaic, Hebrew Low
Jordanese None Arabic Jordan Aramaic Low
Cyprean None Greek Cyprus Turkish, Aramaic, Arabic, Egyptian, Arabic, Akkadian, Latin More than moderate
Somese Som Sumerian Central Iraq Hebrew Less than moderate
Asan Asa Sumerian Southeast Iraq None More than moderate
Qarian Qaria Akkadian Southern Iraq Arabic Moderate
Sisikese Sisik Arabic West Iraq None Less than moderate
Einaroan Einaro Latin East midsouth Iraq Sumerian, Akkadian, Elamite More than moderate
Kakorahn Kakorah Greek Northern Iraq Akkadian, Elamite Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Namekian Nameki Aramaic West Iraq Akkadian Moderate
Raleran Ralera Germanic Eastern Kuwait Elamite Very distinct sounding Moderate
Anaki Anak Hittite Northwest Iraq Sumerian, Akkadian Moderate
Ishbolic Ishbol Egyptian Midnorth Iraq Akkadian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Iraqi None Akkadian Iraq Aramaic, Persian Low
Kuwaitian None Iranian Kuwait Akkadian, Elamite Low
Amarilian None Elamite West Kuwait None Low
Shuromele None Turkic Midnorth Iraq Sumerian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Parlachame None Armenian Farwest Iraq Sumerian, Akkadian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Eneraki Enerak Arabic Midnorth Arabia Sumerian Less than moderate
Mahari Mahar Arabic Midsoutheast Arabia Persian Low
Qoaryahn Qoaryah Arabic Western Arabia None Low
Nalamese Nalam Arabic Central Arabia None Less than moderate
Kamanahn Kamanah Arabic Midnorthwest Arabia None Less than moderate
Sakalayan Sakalaya Semitic Southwest Arabia None Moderate
Dolamalaqahn Dolamalaqah Semitic Western Midnorth Arabia Arabic Sounds a bit like Arabic More than moderate
Samalahan Samalaha Semitic Western Midnorth Arabia None More than moderate
Dathamadian Dathamadi Semitic Northern Midwest Arabia None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Halakumaian Halakumai Semitic Northwest Arabia Hawaiian Sounds like Hawaiian More than moderate
Jatarta Jatart Semitic Southwest Arabia None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Limalan Limala Semitic Western Midsouth Arabia None Moderate
Hederan Hedera Semitic Southwestern Yemen Cushitic Less than moderate
Boledaean Boledaea Semitic Midsouthwest Arabia None Moderate
Piyonahn The Piyonah Empire Persian UAE, Southeast Arabia Arabic, Dravidian High
Mepa Mep Persian Northern Oman Russian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Mishmahn Mishmah Iranian Central Oman Arabic Sounds like Arabic More than moderate
Shindari Shindar Iranian Eastern Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain None More than moderate
Shanaean Shanaea Iranian Northern Arabia Semitic Sounds like a Semitic language Moderate
Arodoan Arodo Iranian Eastern Midsouth Arabia None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Liamese Liam Latin Northeast Arabia Sumerian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Haramadan Haramada Japanese Mideast Arabia Arabic Sounds a bit like Arabic More than moderate
Ozanozan Ozanoza Old Etiopian Southern Arabia Cushitic, Japanese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Atalanteshi (Extinct) Atalantesh (No longer existing) Pre-Sumerian Undersea Persian Gulf Ruins None Oldest Attested Language High
Kilari None Egyptian Western Midnorth Arabia Arabic Sounds a bit like Arabic Moderate
Marali None Sanskrit Southern Oman Arabic, Iranian, Cushitic Sounds a bit like Arabic Less than moderate
Ebeqaean None Cushitic Central & Northeastern Yemen Semitic Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Yemenese None Semitic Yemen None Less than moderate
Omanese None Semitic Oman Indo-Aryan, Iranian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Qatarese None Iranian Qatar Semitic, Sumerian More than moderate
Bahrainian None Iranian Bahrain Arabic Low
Socotrian None Greek Socotria Semitic, Cushitic Moderate
Mupolan The Federal Republic Of Mupola Persian Iran None High
Zinzian Zinzia Caspian Dialects Northern Iran Gilaki, Mazandarani Less than moderate
Zestani Zestan Iranian Northeastern Iran Avestan, Hebrew Less than moderate
Tomari Tomar Iranian Southern Iran None Low
Termahadian Termahadi Iranian Southeast Iran None Low
Roshazi Roshaz Farsi Mideast Iran None Low
Zavazan Zavaza, Zavaz Persian Southeast Iran Portuguese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Pashoan Pasho Pashto Central Afghanistan None Less than moderate
Mupoan Mupo Iranian Southwest Afghanistan None Moderate
Afghani None Dari Afghanistan Pashto, Nuristani Low
Jink Mara Jink Elamite Southwest Iran Qashqay Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ridikolman Ridikolma Indo-European Northeast Iran, Northwest Afghanistan, Southeast Turkmenistan Pordan High
Ariyoan Ariyo Japanese Northeast Iran, Southwest Turkmenistan Persian Very distinct sounding High
Zerashini Zerashin English Central Iran Persian Sounds like Persian More than moderate
Madalish Madal Indo-European, Iranian? Germanic? Western Iran None More than moderate
Kashalimese Kashalim Anglo-Saxon Midwest Iran Persian, Semitic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Bodohoan Bodoho Bodic Northeast Afghanistan Pashto Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Zokoskian Zokoski Russian Northern Afghanistan, Southern Tajikistan Pashto Very distinct sounding Moderate
Bloshi Bloshistan Brahui Southwest Pakistan Baluchi Moderate
Kermala None Qashqay Southwest Iran Luri Low
Pashpali None Greek Western Afghanistan Persian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Rotali None Aramaic Midnorth Iran Persian Very distinct sounding Low
Gormaza None Mongolian North Afghanistan Persian Sounds a bit like Persian More than moderate
Saveidi None Arabic Southern Iran Persian More than moderate
Karasi None Sanskrit Southeast Afghanistan, Western Pakistan Pashto Less than moderate
Kriti None Nuristani Eastern Afghanistan Japanese Very distinct sounding High
Vagunan Vaguna Hindi Northern Central India None More than moderate
Bhopali Bhopal Sanskrit Western Midnorth India None Low
Dudali Dudal Sanskrit Western Midnorth India None Low
Ashpukenpori The Great Ashpukenpore Empire Sanskrit Western India, Pakistan (Excluding Baluchistan) Persian, Egyptian, Arabic Sounds a bit like Egyptian More than moderate
Shanakari Shanakar Ashpukenpori Gujarat Panjabi Sounds like Panjabi Less than moderate
Tenan Tena Sanskrit Midsouth Pakistan None Moderate
Katerikan Katerika Dardic Northern Pakistan None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Suwadomese Suwadom Dardic Farnorthern India None Moderate
Kakulinese Kakulin Dravidian Western India None Less than moderate
Ratakan Rataka Dravidian Midnorth India None Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Nashezali Nashezal Nuristani Western Midnorth Pakistan Pashto, Panjabi Moderate
Goydelic, Goidelic Goydel, Goidel Kagan Northern Central India Indo-Aryan Sounds like an Indo-Aryan language High
Girinan Girina Indo-European, Indo-Aryan? Italic? Rajasthan None More than moderate
Sejan Seja Pamir Iranian Northwest Pakistan Panjabi Less than moderate
Porashi None Burushaski Western Midnorth India Indo-Aryan Moderate
Jari None Turkic Central Pakistan Indo-Aryan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Mulinga None Mongolian Farnorthern India Dardic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Kurabi None Bodic West Of Nepal Karhwali, Kumauni Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Shalanitha None Greek Sind Sindhi, Brahui Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Sawari None Austro-Asiatic Northern Central India Indo-Aryan Moderate
Pakistani None Pashto Pakistan Panjabi Low
Vinadari Vinadar Sanskrit Mideastern Northern India Bhojpuri More than moderate
Dabonbrahari Dabonbrahar Pali Midnortheast India Austro-Asiatic Less than moderate
Ajacari Ajacaria Assamese Northeast India, Northwest Bangladesh Khasi, Bengali Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Chongcatran Chongcatra Bengali Southeast Bangladesh, Western Burma Kuki-Chin, Naga, Burmese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Jikadian Jikadi Assamese Northeast India Jinghpaw Moderate
Arakanese Arakan Assamese Northeast India Khasi Moderate
Billbangis Billbang Austro-Asiatic Midnortheast India Oriya, Dravidian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Penyan Penya Dravidian Midnortheast India Oriya, Austro-Asiatic Moderate
Nika None Kuki-Chin Northeast India Assamese, Bodic Less than moderate
Makit None Naga Northeast India, Eastern Bangladesh Bengali Low
Guli None Bodo-Garo Northern Mideast India, Western Bangladesh Khasi, Bengali Less than moderate
Melaca None Burmese-Lolo Northeast India Jinghpaw, Assamese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kreila None Jinghpaw Northeast India Bodic, Assamese Less than moderate
Shanga None Ahom Northeast India, Bhutan, Bangladesh (Excluding the Southeast) Assamese, Bengali Sounds like an Indo-Aryan language More than moderate
Bhutanese None Dzongkha Bhutan Assamese Moderate
Bangladeshi None Bengali Bangladesh None Low
Dilindri Dilindro Dravidian Western Central India None Moderate
Odalian The Odali Confederation Dravidian Midsouthern India None Yes
Odolippian Odolippi Insular Indic Eastern Midsouth India Odalian Sounds like Odalian Moderate
Je-Semito-Indian-Pidgin None Semitic Indian Coast Dravidian, Indo-Aryan, Austronesian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Jivanian Jivani Je Southwest India Dravidian more than moderate
Jahonan Jahona Je Eastern Central India Dravidian More than moderate
Jivian Jivio Je Southeast India Dravidian Moderate
Jesatovan Jesatova Je Western Central India Indo-Aryan More than moderate
Jivalohan Jivaloha Je Southern India Insular Indic Moderate
Javlayomahn Javlayomah Je Western Midsouth India Semitic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Jalidran Jalidra Sanskrit Central India Dravidian, Pali Moderate
Mandanian None Austronesian Southern Sri Lanka Sinhala, Tamil Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Moki None English Northwest Coastal India Indo-Aryan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Frezari None French Northwest Coastal India Indo-European Very distinct sounding Moderate
Pruvalando None Portuguese Western Coastal India Indo-European, Dravidan Moderate
Lutulo None Dutch Western Sri Lanka Tamil, Sinhala Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Maldivian None Divehi Maldives Dravidian, Arabic Low
Lankan None Sinhala Sri Lanka Tamil Low
Astanaskoyan Astanaskoye Kazakh Mideast Kazakhstan Russian Less than moderate
Taminsogeli Taminsogel Turkic Northern Kazakhstan None Moderate
Ekesi Ekesistan Turkic Western Uzbekstan None Very distinct sounding Moderate
Morgagan Morgaga Turkic Eastern Turkmenistan Iranian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Menan Mena Turkic Central Uzbekstan Russian, Mongolian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Orakonyan The Confederation Of Orakonya Turkic Southern Uzbekstan, Tajikstan Nilo-Saharan, Australian, Dravidian, Austronesian, Bantu, Semitic Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Magian Magi Mongolian Kyrgyzstan None Low
Ortanese Ortan Oirat Northeast Kazakhstan Chinese, Turkic More than moderate
Pordan The Porda Empire Iranian Central Turkmenistan, Western Uzbekstan None Very distinct sounding High
Pimish The Empire Of Pimis Pashto Southern Kazakhstan None High
Adramakarti The Kingdom Of Adramakarta Sanskrit Eastern Uzbekstan, Kyrgyzstan Iranian High
Viskatan Viskata Sanskrit Midwest Kazakhstan Russian High
Old Tero-Konan ? Old East Norse Eastern Caspian Coast Iranian Very distinct sounding High
Teroan The Tero Kingdom (Earlier) The Tero-Kona Union (Later) Old Tero-Konan Coastal Turkmenistan None High
Konan The Kingdom Of Kona (Earlier) The Tero-Kona Union (Later) Old Tero-Konan Coastal Kazakhstan None High
Ogran Ogra Chinese Southeast Kazakhstan Mongolian, Russian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Krostanotan Krostanota Capondoan Central Kazakhstan Turkic Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Kilam None Ugric Northwest Kazakhstan Turkic Less than moderate
Maikh None Bodic Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan Turkic Sounds a bit like a Turkic language Low
(Tocharian C) (Extinct) None Tocharian Southern Kazakhstan Turkic, Russian Sounds like a Turkic language Less than moderate
Burlish None Russian Midsouthwest Kazakhstan Turkic, Mongolian, Iranian Low
Yamian Yami Samoyedic Northern Yamalia None Low
Derbmorshan Derbmorsha Turkic Southern Yamalia Samoyedic, Ugric Very distinct sounding Moderate
Lugoan Lugo Mongolian Novosibirsk, Russian Ugric More than moderate
Monoan Mono Finnic Southwestern Yamalia, Northwestern Yugra Samoyedic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Basfari The Basfar Empire (No longer existing) Iranian Yugra Ugric, Yeniseian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Fondowahn Fondowah Iranian Southern Omsk, Southeast Tyumen None Less than moderate
Mockmamaran Mockmamara Russian Kurgan Iranian Less than moderate
Siberian Creole None Russian Siberia Ugric, Samoyedic, Yeniseian, Turkic, Iranian, Mongolian, Tungusic, Capondoanic, Japonic, Chukotko-Kamchatkan Low
Iklavakiskan The Iklavakisk Empire Russian Sverdlovsk Basfari Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Saemarng None Ugric Southeast Yamalia Samoyedic Sounds like a Samoyedic Language Moderate
Lepey-Da None Yeniseian Tomsk, Western & Northern Kemerovo Turkic, Mongolian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Osepean The Qage Dynasty Of Osepeo Tungusic Far Eastern District, Russia Greek, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Capondoan, Eskimo-Aleutan Very distinct sounding High
Medoan The Kingdom Of Medo Tungusic Midsouth Krasnoyarsk Monic, Mongolian High
Monyatan Monyata Tungusic Northern Kabarovsk Japanese, Capondoan Sounds a bit like Capondoan More than moderate
Menoan The Meno Federation Russian Zabaykalsk, Buryatia (excluding southern & western parts) Tungusic, Mongolian, Chinese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Orkish The Kingdom Of Ork Mongolian Southern & Western Buryatia, Ust-Ordyn Buryat, Southern Ikrutsk Monic Very distinct sounding High
Nalinian The Empire Of Naliny Mongolian Eastern Ikrutsk Tungusic Very distinct soundng High
Mondonian Mondonia Mongolian Southwest Zabaykalsk Capondoan Moderate
Moringese Moring Mongolian Northern Coastal Khabarovsk, Coastal Magadan Tungusic, Korean Moderate
Okhutsk Okhutsk Japanese Northern Kuril Islands, Southern Kamchatka Chukotko-Kamchatkan Moderate
Gornakan Gornaka Japanese Southern Yakutia, Northern Amur Yukaghir, Monic More than moderate
Umetskan Umetska Japanese Western Kamchatka Chukotko-Kamchatkan, Aleut Less than moderate
Okuroki Okuroka Chukotko-Kamchatkan Southwestern Kamchatka Japanese, Ainu Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Miksan, Mixan The Republic Of Miks, The Republic Of Mix Eskimo-Aleutan Farnorth Khabarovsk Tungusic, Mongolian, Yukaghir, Nivkh Low
Yosukurokian Yosukuroki Swedish Southeastern Kamchatka Japanese Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Monic The Kingdom Of Mon Chinese Altai Republic, Eastern Altai Province, Tuva, Khakassia, Southern Krasnoyarsk, Kemerovo (Excluding western & Northern parts) Old East Norse, Bodic, Mongolian, Turkic Sounds like a Nordic language High
Notisinese Notisin Capondoan Midnorth Khabarovsk Tungusic, Korean, Japanese Less than moderate
Karaviki None Old West Norse Eastern & Central Kamchatka Chukotko-Kamchatkan, Ainu, Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Kalamikian None Finnish Northern Ikrutsk Tungusic, Japanese, Mongolian More than moderate
Kurilian None Ainu Kuril Islands Greek, Nivkh, Tungusic Moderate
Kapalakian None Greek Chukotskiy Tungusic, Japanese, Korean, Chukotko-Kamchatkan, Eskimo-Aleutan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Taramatian None Yakut Southeast Yakutia Japanese, Capondoan Moderate
Kiritxu None Nivkh Eastern Yakutia Japanese, Russian Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Magadanese None Yukaghir Magadan Tungusic Sounds like a Tungusic language Less than moderate
Mendir None Yeniseian Central Krasnoyarsk Yakut, Evenki Very distinct sounding Moderate
Moglan The Mogla Empire Mongolian Mongolia, Xinyiang Uygur, Northern Qinghai, Central & Northwest Gansu, Ningxia, Northern Shaanxi, Inner Mongolia, Northwest Shanxi, Jilin, Heilongjian Turkic, Tingusic, Egyptian, Chinese, Korean, Capondoanic, Okan, Bodic, Tocharian, Iranian More than moderate
Glaohai Glaohai Moglan Southern Mongolia, Farwest Inner Mongolia Mandarin Very distinct sounding High
Badowian Badoway Mongolian Northwest Gansu, Eastern Xinyiang Uygur Iranian, Tocharian Less than moderate
Mikyusan Mikyus Turkic Western Qinghai Tocharian, Mongolian Moderate
Yangkha Yangkha Chinese Eastern Qinghai Bodic, Okan Moderate
Gobingyu Gobing Chiniese Southeast Gansu, Southern Ningxia, Southwest Shaanxi Mongolian Low
Yoganan Yogana Iranian Southern Xingyiang Uygur Tocharian Moderate
Bakchu Bakchustan Baluchi Southwest Tibet Bodic Sounds like Tibetan & Okan More than moderate
Shazanan Shazana Iranian Northern Tibet Tocharian, Okan Moderate
Iskunese Iskun Sanskrit Northwest Tibet Bodic, Tocharian, Turkic, Iranian, Mongolian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Kemdowan Kemdo

Austro-Asiatic

Fareast Tibet Bodic Sounds like Tibetan More than moderate
Montonese Monton Tungusic Eastern Mongolia Mongolian, Capondoan Less than moderate
Contenyan Contenya Capondoan Central Gansu, Ningxia, Northwest Shaanxi, Southern Inner Mongolia Contean, Turkic, Tocharian, Stivantian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Teiklu None Okan Northwest Gansu Tocharian

Very distinct sounding

More than moderate
Greyming None Tibetan Southern & Midsouthestern Tibet Chinese, Loloish Very distinc sounding Moderate
(Tocharian D) (Extinct) None Tocharian Southwest Xinyiang Uygur Iranian, Bodic, Indo-Aryan Low
Fanjonakan The Republic Of Fanjonaka Manchu Soueast Khabarovsk, Northern Primorsky Japanese More than moderate
Kyugasongese Kyugasong Korean Southern Primorsky Japanese More than moderate
Donsoyan Donsoy Korean Western North Korea Capndoan, Okan, Chinese, English Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Notanese Notana Korean Northeast North Korea Japanese, Capondoan, Tungusic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Panyoan Panyo Korean Southwest South Korea Capondoan, Tungusic, Chinese Moderate
Glamashodili Glamashodil Korean Northeast South Korea, Southeast North Korea Irish, Cherokee, Turkic, Mongolian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Choyu Cho Chinese Southeast Jilin Korean Less than moderate
Fantapan Fantapa Chinese Eastern Heilongjiang Manchu Polysyllabic, toneless Chinese language Low
Chantagongese Chantagong Japanese

Southeast South Korea

Korean, Capondoan Sounds a bit like Capondoan & Koran Less than moderate
Shalibanese Shaliban Japanese Central Khabarovsk Chinese, Tungusic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Monobatoan Monobato Ryukyuan Peninsular Liaoning Tungusic Low
Kishakan Kishaka Mongolian Midnorth North Korea Tungusic, Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Capondoan The Kingdom Of Capondo Pali, Korean, Manch, Japanese, Chinese, Other Tungusic South Korea Okan, Austronesian, Ainu, Tai, Kadai, Miao-Yao, Tibetan, Ryukyuan Very distinct Sounding High
Xoneoan Xoneo Capondoan Western Liaoning Korean, Osepeoan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Nananonese Nananon Capondoan Western Jilin Japanese, Korean, Tungusic Less than moderate
Ponjyatan The Ponjyata Empire Capondoan Farnorth Heilongjiang Fanjonakan, Japanese, Other Tungusic Sounds like Fanjonakan Moderate
Notoan Noto Capondoan Jeju Japanese Sounds a bit like Japanese Moderate
Contean The Republic Of Contea Franconian Southwest North Korea Stivantian, English, Capondoan, Japanese, Korean Very distinct sounding High
Dipjan The Lei Dynasty Of Dipja Tai Northwest North Korea Korean, Capondoan, Japanese, Chinese, Tujia Very distinct sounding High
Fonchutan Fonchuta Rhaeto-Romance Northern Liaoning French, Tungusic, Chinese, Japanese Low
Lawinese Lawin Okan Central Liaoning Tungusic Low
Monihangese Monihang Okan Central Jilin Tungusic, Mongolian Low
Yekechian Yekechi Okan Southern Primorsky Japanese, Chinese Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Radingoan The Kingdom Of Radingo Okan Mideast Inner Mongolia Tungusic, Korean, Capondoan More than moderate
Dunghamese Dungham English Peninsular Liaoning Korean, Tungusic Sounds a bit like Chinese & Tai Moderate
Niolinese Niolin Turkic Northwest Jilin Tungusic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Manyi None Nivkh Northern Sakhalin Tungusic, Ainu Sounds like a Tungusic language Less than moderate
Makyei None Ainu Southern Sakhalin Korean Very distinct sounding Moderate
Vladivostokese None Russian Valdivostok Capondoan, Tungusic, Japanese, Korean Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Birobijanese None Hebrew Jewish Autonomous Okrug Tungusic, Mongolian, Russian, Yiddish, Chinese Sounds like a Tungusic language Low
Kjari None Cherokee Southeast Heilongjiang Korean, Japanese, Ainu, Tungusic, Chinese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Hakoan Th Kingdom Of Hako Japanese Nagasaki, Saga, Fukuoka, Oita, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Yamaguchi, Hiroshima, Shimane, Tottori, Okayama, Hyogo, Kagawa, Ehime, Kochi, Tokushima, Kagawa Arabic Low
Sokoan The Soko Kingdom Japanese Hokkaido, Aomori, Akita, Iwate French Less than moderste
Maronotoan The Maronoto Empire Japanese Chiba, Kanagawa, Tokyo, Saitana, Shizuoka, Yamanashi, Nagano, Gumma, Tochigi, Ibaraki, Achi, Gifu, Toyama, Ishikawa, Northeast Fukui, Southern Niigata, Southern Fukushima None Moderate
Katamakian Katamaki Japanese Central Niigata None Low
Kazingkuan Kazingku Japanese Southern Akita, Northern Yamagata None Moderate
Yamatharan Yamathara Japanese Iwate Old West Norse Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Itobinese Itobin Tungusic Akita Japanese, Ainu Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Itoban Itoba Tungusic Aomori Japanese, Austronesian Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Fazanakan Fazanaki Fanjonakan Northwest Yamagata Japanese Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Yonatoan Yonato Ainu Eastern Hokkaido Japanese Sounds like Japanese Moderate
Kantanese Kantan Chinese Ryukyu Japanese, Ryukyuan Sounds Like Capondoan & a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Toshamian Toshamia Semitic Northern Kochi Japanese Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Disadan Disada Spanish East Coast Chiba Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Tokoroan Tokoro Latin Shizuoka Japanese Sounds like Japanese Low
Sikidososokian Sikidososoki Russian Midnortheast Hokkaido Japanese, Ainu Sounds a bit like Japanese Less than moderate
Kanjuan Kanju Kadai Northeast Kumamoto Japanese, Okan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ochikinese Ochikin Okan Northern Ishikawa Japanese, Ainu Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Orotochian Orotochi Iranian Southern Nagato Japanese Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Nozatanakan Nozatanaka Turkic Toyama Japanese, Tungusic, Ainu Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Chatanota The Republic Of Chatanota Capondoan Yamagata, Miyagi, Northern Fukushima, Northern Niigata, Southern Akita, Southern Iwate Japanese Sounds a bit like Japanese High
Churikoan Churiko Capondoan Gumma Japanese Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Cahotoan Cahoto Capondoan Wakayama Japanese, Okan, Austonesian Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Kiwokili None Korean Tottori, Northeast Shimane Japanese, Capondoan Sounds a bit like Japanese Moderate
Gabadagi None German Eastern Fukushima Japanese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kuratam None English Miyagi Japanese Sounds like Japanese High
Karukente None Dutch Ibanaki Japanese Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Bitichaki None Finnish Western & North Western Hokkaido Japanese Sounds like Japanese Less than moderate
Tirepiti None Austronesian Western Fukushima, Southeastern & Eastern Niigata Japanese, Tungusic Low
Idureche None Nivkh Modeast Hokkaido Ainu Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kakeyan None Irish Northwest Miyagi, Northeast Yamagata, Southeast Akita Japanese, Ainu Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Berugobagan None Kagan Southern Mie Japanese, Tungusic Sounds a bit like Japanese Moderate
Atanchi None Bantu, Dravidian Northern Kyoto, Southwest Fukui Tungusic, Austronesian Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Rebene None Austonesian Ryukyu Ryukyuan, Chinese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Igerabeke None Micronesian, Austonesian Bonin, Vulcano, Southeast Shizuoka Japanese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Guanglong Language The Guanglong Dynasty Of China Putonghua Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing None Less than moderate
Donyu Don Chinese Northwest Hebei None Less than moderate
Ganinese The Ganin Kingdom Chinese Southern Shaanxi, Chongqing, Northeast Sichuan Japanese, Turkic, Arabic, Ryukyuan, Mongolian, Manchu Less than moderate
Kinglingyu The Kingdom Of Kingling Chinese Shanxi None Less than moderate
Lungzuyu Lungzu Chinese Zhejiang None Less than moderate
Yozinese Yozin Chinese Southern Jiangsu None Low
Hlopkan Hlopka Kadai Southwest Yunnan Wa, Palaung Sounds like Wa & Palaung Less than moderate
Chanchanese Chanchan Kadai Hunan Chinese, Tai Low
Dunglanese Dunglan Tai Jiangxi Chinese, English Less than moderate
Pakian Paki Miao-Yao Southeast Sichuan, Northeast Yunnan, Western Guizhou Bodic, Mongolian, Naxi Very distinct sounding Moderate
Ongish Ong Naxi Nourthern Fujian English, Bai, Bodic Very distinct sounding Moderate
Drangese Drang Bodic Western Sichuan Okan, Chinese, Tai, Kadai More than moderate
Gingheian Ginghei French Southwest Guangdong Putonghua Sounds like Putonghua More than moderate
Dolonghamese Dolongham English Eastern Guangdong Chinese Sounds like a Chinese language Moderate
Gyan Gya Japanese Shanghai Chinese Sounds a bit like a Chinese language More than moderate
Okan The Federal Republic Of Oka Indo-European Henan, Hubei, Anhui Bodic, Chinese Sounds a bit like a Bodic language High
Edosan Edos Okan Northeast Shanxi None Very distinct sounding High
Rohingic Rohing Okan Northeast Hebei Chinese Moderate
Lanyan Lanya Okan Northern Jiangsu None Low
Menyan Menya Okan Northern Zhejiang None Low
Tinyinese Tinyin Okan Southern Anhui, Northeast Jiangxi None Low
Kingdingese Kingding Okan Peninsular Shandong Chinese Low
Kingdowanese Kingdowan Okan Southern Guangdong Chinese Less than moderate
Wonsokese Wonsok Korean Southwest Shandong Chinese Moderate
Omki Omka Turkic Central Shaanxi Okan, Chinese Sounds a bit like Okan Moderate
Jongminese Jongmin Manchu Northwest Shandong Chinese Sounds like a Chinese language Low
Walongyachan Walongyacha Mongolian Southwest Shanxi Chinese, Okan, Manchu Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Anamingese Anaming Capondoan Southern Fujian Chinese, Austronesian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Pandanese The Democratic Republic Of Pandan Capondoan Shandong, Jiangsu Chinese, Austronesian, Korean Moderate
Shilaonese Shilaon Capondoan Southeast Shandong Chinese, Korean, Manchu, Japanese Less than moderate
Padonese Padon Capondoan North Coastal Jiangsu Chinese Korean, Austronesian, Iranian, Japanese, Okan Very distinct sounding Moderate
Shilootanese Shilootan Capondoan Guizhou (Excluding Northern & Western parts) Manchu, Japanese, Korean More than moderate
Loian None Bai Central Sichuan Chinese, Kadai Low
Meiri None Loloish Southeast Yunnan Chinese, Miao-Yao Low
Liunkea None Jinghpaw Northwest Yunnan Austro-Asiatic, Burmese Low
Tribei None Austronesian Northern Fujian Chinese, Kadai Very distinct sounding Moderate
Lepki None Austro-Asiatic Southern Guangxi Zhuangzu Kadai Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Funanese Funan Tai Hainan Kadai, Chinese, Vietnamese, Austronesian, Austro-Asiatic Less than moderate
Tilanese The Kindom Of Tilan Khmer Cambodia, Eastern Thailand, Laos Thai, Lao, Cham Sounds like a Tail language Moderate
Kermandfilsic Kermandanfils Khmer Cambodia German Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Janguyu Jangu Chinese Northern Burma Jinghpaw, Burmese Low
Akamese Akam Okan Western Thailand, Southeastern Burma Thai, Mon, Karen, Burmese Less than moderate
Kamanfrakongese Kamanfrakong Russian Southern Cambodia, Southwest Vietnam Kermandanfilsic, Khmer Sounds like Kermandanfilsic More than moderate
Riming None Kadai Northeast Burma Shan Less than moderate
Kir-Tat None Burmese Southern Burma Kuki-Chin, Mon Sounds like a Kuki-Chin language Moderate
Truling None Kuki-Chin Western & Southwestern Burma Bengal, Burmese Less than moderate
Longmat None Jinghpaw Northeast Burma Shan Low
Tri None Cham Southeast Cambodia, Southeast Vietnam Khmer Moderate
Bancau None Vietnamese Northern Vietnam Lao, Other Tai Low
Bankari None Sanskrit Central, Northern, & Northwestern Thailand Thai, Lanna Thai Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Gurugu None Karen Northern & Central Malay Peninsula Malay, Thai Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Cremien None French, Tay Boi Central Vietnam Vietnamese, Austronesian Soundds a bit like Vietnamese More than moderate
Litipi Litip Austronesian Palawan Island None Low
Chibuchinoan Chibuchino Austronesian Northern Luzon Ilocano, Chinese Moderate
Kakayan Kakay Austronesian Central Negros None Low
Belen None Austronesian Southwest Taiwan None Low
Katian Kati Chinese Western Taiwan Austronesian, Japanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Roskatokese Roskatok Japanese Southeast  & Farsouthest Luzon Russian, Austroneisan Sounds a bit like Russian More than moderate
Formosan Creole None Japanese Taiwan Austronesian, Chinese Less than moderate
Tarapitan The Republic Of Tarapita Italian The Philippines Tagalog, Cebuano, Other Austronesian High
Mandanoan Mandanoa Asturian Mindanao Cebuano, Other Austronesian Low
Kinese Kin Dutch Eastern Taiwan Chinese, Austronesian More than moderate
Hendoan The Great Hendo Empire Okan Taiwan Austronesian, Chinese, Japanese, Capondoan Moderate
Kashinese Kashin Okan Northern Taiwan, Southern Ryukyu Islands Japanese, Chinese, Ryukyuan, Austronesian Moderate
Kimenda None Korean Northwestern Taiwan Austronesian, Capondoan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Miriya None Tungusic Northeastern Taiwan Austronesian, Chinese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kapatu None Capondoan Central Taiwan Austronesian Sounds like an Austronesian language More than moderate
Deroano None Tai Mindoro Austronesian, Spanish Very distinct sounding Moderate
Balangwe Balang Malay Farsouth Malay Peninsula Tamil Low
Jibalangan Jibalanga Javanese Eastern Java Jabaleran Low
Jonowan Jonowa Batak Southeast Sumatra Jowan Low
Osalatian Osalati Malay Souther Coast Malay Peninsula None Moderate
Balanchi'a None Balinese Bali, Western Flores Islands Jabaleran, Jowan Moderate
Yozonyian Yozonyi

Austro-Asiatic

Midsouth Malay Peninsula None More than moderate
Kimandajian Kimandaji Khmer Western Borneo Japanese, Malay, Sanskrit Very distinct sounding Moderate
Kolinguan Kolingu Tamil Scattered communities across the Southern Malay Peninsula Malay Low
Jemcenese Jemcen Dutch Southwest Java Javanese Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ojasanti Ojansant Dutch Northwest Borneo French, English, Malay Moderate
Jabaleran The Republic Of Jabalero Insular Indic Borneo Iban, Other Austonesian Sounds like an Austronesian language High
Jabaroan Jabaro Jabaleran

Northern Borneo

Japanese, Austonesian Moderate
Jowan The Jowa Empire Japanese Sumatra Jabaleran, Kengan Very distinct sounding High
Sadanese Sadan Japanese Northeast Sumatra Malay, Other Austronesian Very distinct sounding High
Qodqrustiqong The Kingdom Of Qrustiqong Kligaka Northern Sumatra Sadanese, Batak, English, Okan, Kagan, Russian, Turkish, Dutch, Khmer, Pashto, Chinese, Japanese, Inuit, Latin Very distinct sounding High
Minlei None Chinese Southwest Borneo Malay Low
Paranielo None Portuguese Eastern Sumatra Javanese Low
Palepe None Timor-Alor-Pantar Seram, Buru Malay, Papuan Low
Ekerete None Ternate Celebes Makasar, Other Austronesian Low
Sumatran None Sanskrit Central Sumatra Batak, Other Austronesian More than moderate
Borneoan None Papuan Borneo Austronesian More than moderate
Celeban None Greek Celebes Latin, Austronesian More than moderate
Bruneian None Arabic Brunei Malay, Other Austronesian Less than moderate
Singaporian None Chinese Singapore Sanskrit, Malay, Tamil Sounds like an Indic language More than moderate
Timorian None Tetum Timo Austronesian, Portuguese Low
Myanmarese None Burmese Burma English, Bengal Very distinct sounding More than moderate

Australo-Pacific Languages - 56

Australian - 11

Austro-Asiatic - 2

Austronesian - 10

Celtic - 1

Chinese - 2

Germanic - 13

Indo-Aryan - 1

Italic - 6

Japonic - 4

Korean - 2

Mongolian - 1

Okan - 1

Papuan - 1

Semitic - 1

Slavic - 1

Tasmanian - 1

Tungusic - 1

Name Name Of Country/Territory Linguistic Origin Location Linguistic Influence Description Motivation
Yedomadoan Yedomado Australian Eastern New South Wales None Less than moderate
Dugarugese Dugarug Australian Western Midsouth Western Australia Kagan Less than moderate
Yamacan Yamaca Australian Southwest Northern Territory None Low
Dingodangese Dingodang Australian Southern Queensland Vietnamese Less than moderate
Migian Migiu Australian Northeast South Australia None Low
Oogoonacan Oogoonaca Australian Northwest New South Wales None Less than moderate
Ooran Oora Australian Southwest Western Australia Mongolian Sounds like Mongolian Moderate
Yamadagi Yamadag Australian Western Western Australia None Low
Mulnininese Mulninin Australian Northwestern Western Australia English Less than moderate
Yamungadan Yamungada Australian Midnortheast Northern Territory None Low
Ermoekese Ermoek Dutch Eastern & Southeastern South Australia Austronesian More than moderate
Visknan The Viskna Empire (No longer Existing) Sanskrit Western Western Australia Mongolian, Austronesian Very distinct sounding High
Yamuran Yamura Mongolian Central & Eastern Western Australia Australian Sounds like an Australian language Moderate
Australian None English Australia Australian, Austonesian, Tasmanian Low
Kalamakan None Celtic Northeast Western Australia Australian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Velermenese None Old East Norse Southeast Western Australia Australian Moderate
Pelepeteni None Tasmainan Tasmania Australian, Austronesian Low
Obilega None Austronesian Cape York Peninsula Australian Very distinct sounding Low
Benmey None Vietnamese Southeast Queensland Australian, English Very distinct sounding Low
Gipa None Papuan Midsoutheast Papua English Low
Kupu None Milansian Austronesian The islands near & northeast of Papua Papuan Low
Mepen None Australian Southern Papua Papuan Low
Bekeri None Dutch Southeastern Papua Papuan Sounds like a Papuan language Low
Pishuta None English Farsoutheast Papua Austronesian, Papuan, Tok Pisin Sounds like Milanesian language Low
Gapalos None German Northeast Papua Papuan, Austronesian Very distinct sounding Less than moderate
Pokapidulu None Japanese Northwestern Papua Papuan Sounds a bit like a Papuan language Less than moderate
Takydyan Takydy Micronesian Austronesian Mideastern Micronesia Japanese, Tungusic, English, Dutch Sounds a bit like Japanese More than moderate
Kajowan The Chiefdom Of Kajowa Kiribati Northwestern Marshall Islands Tungusic, Korean, Jowan Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Ominoan Omino Micronesian Austronesian Eastern Micronesia Marshallese, Japanese, Greek Less than moderate
Popan Popa Japanese Midwestern Micronesia Misronesian, Austronesian, Italian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Takayanchian Takayanchi English Northern Northern Mariana Islands Japanese Sounds like Japanese More than moderate
Mabertish Mabert Rubertian Southern Marshall Islands, Northwestern Kiribati Marshallese, Kiribati Less than moderate
Hangyan The Holy Hangy Kingdom Okan Southeastern Kiribati, Nauru, Tuvalu Micronesian Polynesian, Arabic, Korean Very distinct sounding High
Nuriga None Korean Palau, Western Micronesia Chamorro, Palauan, Other Micronesian Austronesian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Ceveze None Tungusic Northeast Marshall Islands, Wake Micronesian Polynesian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Beitu None Chinese Central Northern Mariana Islands Micronesian Polynesian Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Balande None Milanesian Austronesian Northern Vanuatu Latin, Italian, Portuguese Sounds like a romance language Moderate
Veleka None English Southern Vanuatu Milanesian Austronesian, Bislama Very distinct sounding Moderate
Guamese None Spanish Guam, Southern Northern Mariana Islands Chamorro Less than moderate
Caledonian None French New Caledonia Milanesian Austronesian Low
Wiinaman Wiinama Polynesian Austronesian Wallis & Futuna Islands Micronesian Austronesian, Japanese Sounds a bit like a micronesian language More than moderate
Pakuwinoan The Pakuwino Federation Russian Cook Islands Polynesian Austronesian, Japanese, Kiribati Very distinct sounding High
Kasatakian Kasatakia Japanese Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Niue Samoan, Fijian, Tongan, Russian, Dutsh, English, Kiribati Sounds a bit like a Polynesian language High
Tipik None English Pitcairn Island Pitkern Very distinct sounding Moderate
Sepene None French French Polynesia Tahitian, Other Polynesian Austronesian Very distinct sounding Moderate
Hepetaro None Spanish Easter Islands & other islands east or that Rapanui Very distinct sounding Moderate
Riniki None Dutch Southern Cook Islands Polynesian Austronesian Sounds like a Polynesian language Moderate
Turut None Maori North Island English Very distinct sounding Moderate
Yaraweti None English South Island Maori Very distinct sounding More than moderate
Dilikian Diliki Hawaiian Maui English Very distinct sounding High
Itoan The Kingdom Of Ito Hawaiian Oahu Japanese Sounds like Japanese High
Kimakuan The Democratic Republic Of Kimakua Japanese Hawaii Hawaiian Sounds a bit like Hawaiian High
Hahanian Hahania Semitic Kauai Hawaiian Sounds a bit like Hawaiian More than moderate
Teleka None English Molokai Hawaiian Sounds like Hawaiian More than moderate
Gobeni None Korean Lanai Hawaiian, Japanese, English Very distinct sounding More than moderate
We None Chinese Niihau Hawaiian, English, Japanese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Masu None Vietnamese Kahoolawe Hawaiian, English, Japanese Very distinct sounding Moderate
Efi None French Midway Islands Hawaiian, English, Japanese Very distinct sounding High
Pacific Romanian Pidgin (Extinct) None Romanian Several Romanian colonies & other places in the Pacific Aiustronesian, Japanese, Amerind, Chinese, Tai, Tungusic High

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