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See also: loglan.
Short for logical language.
- Any of several related artificial languages, designed to be logical, the first of which was developed by James Cooke Brown in the mid-20th century.
- The original language developed by James Cooke Brown, as maintained by The Loglan Institute.
1994 May, Stephen L. Rice, “Loglan 3 : Understanding Loglan”, in www.loglan.org, retrieved 2012-08-04:
- Loglan is an isolating language, much like English. That means that once you’ve learned a word, you don’t have to worry about changing its form. Even in English, you have to remember to add ‘-ed’ to a verb to make it refer to the past, and ‘-s’ to nouns to make them plural. In Loglan, you won’t have to do that. Also, some English verbs and nouns have irregular forms. There are no irregular Loglan forms.
- The Loglan formal grammar is made up of 91 CFG-type rules.
any of several languages
the original language