- Language: Laval
- Created: 2003
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- Language family: fictional language
A constructed language by M. Martin.
It was created for a micronation. An accent mark was recently borrowed from Spanish. The letter "y" is not used in the script, instead "i" + vowel combinations make its sound. Has many terms for greetings, mostly inventions.
Language sources: Greek, Spanish, Indonesian, English.
This is the Middle Laval incarnation of the Laval language. Old Laval was a completely agglutinating with hardly a concept of word-order. After the agglutination eroded, prepositions soaked in, and word-order was standardized, the language was re-classified "Middle Laval". Middle Laval is much closer to one citizen's original idea of an Indonesion-inspired conlang.
Citizens (12 at most) of our micro-nation; others interested in conlangs.