- Language: Tikasako
- Created: 2002
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- Language family: international auxiliary language
A constructed language by Chris Paull (Zeke Fordsmender).
We were stuck at home for a snowday January 5, 2002, so I made this little language in half an hour as a joke. The thing is, some of my friends thought it was a good idea. Hmm.
Language sources: The language is mostly taken from proposed proto-language roots, adhering to the theory that speakers from all languages will be able to see the similarities between Tikasako and their own tongues.
The language makes use of 13 phonemes -- A, I, O, U, J, W, L, P, T, S, K, M, N -- and should be easy enough for IE- and non-IE-speakers alike to pronounce.