- Language: Mineng
- Created: 2004
- Alternate names:
- Language code:
- Language family: international auxiliary language
A constructed language by tli-ze.
Mineng was designed to be a very open-ended language, in which different forms of communicating ideas in Indo-European languages can coexist with one another, providing the speaker with a starting point and the tools to mold the language to their needs, which results in an expanded range of expression, from simple messages to elaborate words expressing a number of subtleties.
Language sources: Languages from the Slavic, Germanic, Romance, and Teutonic families.
English words, modified to be recognizable by speakers of Romance. Grammar is based on Esperanto, with several changes, including difference between transitive and intransitive verbs, no marked distinction between noun, adjective, and adverb. Affixes narrow or expand basic meanings. Decimal counting system. Semiphonetic alphabet.