conlang

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From constructed language.

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conlang ‎(plural conlangs)

  1. A constructed language; a language that has been artificially constructed, such as Esperanto, Quenya or Klingon
    • 2012 November 1, Wright, Laura, “UT Language Creation Society invites students to learn origins of newer languages”, in The Daily Texan[1]:
      You might be familiar with more a priori conlangs than you think: The Klingon language from the television series “Star Trek,” the Na’vi language from the movie “Avatar,” and the Dothraki language from the television series “Game of Thrones” are all examples of a priori languages.

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