Baltiak languages

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The Baltiak Languages is a constructed language family consisting of many other contructed languages, most of the languages that form the Baltiak Language group have very similar words and grammar. The language group was officially proclaimed during mid 2008, however many of the languages that make up the language group were created before its establishment. The baltiak Languages only include the languages which were ctreated after the Kaznian Rebirth, all languages created before (including languages from Chivaliers and Zagoria) the Kaznian Rebirth are known as "Kazic languages". The Baltiak languages are divided into a variaty of other group, the main groups are South Baltiak (eg Cheslovian, the most spoken Baltiak language and the largest) North Baltiak (eg Muskovian), West Baltiak (eg Smorgonian), Central Baltiak (eg Kosovarian) and West Baltiak (eg Vladislavian). Ther are many other language groups such as Far Western Baltiak Languages.

List of Baltiak languages:

  • Cheslovian- Чесловискаи какŏ, and many other old languages called Kaznian
  • Izkargom language - Изкаргом кякō
  • Tamirian language - Таминохчүй корүш
  • Kosovarian language - Кәзожниһ корулшәна
  • Muskovian language - Мусковíѣ ѣзіка
  • Slavinian language - Славинских дакŏ
  • Kozovian language - Козовщ корулзен
  • Kirovian language - Кирово карúз
  • Smorgonian language - Смарґанӳ йезик
  • Soligorsk language - Солӗгăрскӳ ӹзӗк
  • Borisovan language - Барисовски какї
  • Bashkirian language - Башкирй карў
  • Mostar language - Мостари даков
  • Vladislavian language - Владіславскі кáков
  • Braknik language - Бракнинский тиили
  • Kovnik language - Ковник дяк
  • Krenyo language - Кренйо язык
  • Mowapushka language - Моўапушка мова
  • Napadret language - Нападрет зњох
  • Bashelskvents language - Башелскевенцкий юшцяѿ
  • Dzvionian language - Дзвіөніяй ѓъѣийі
  • Kvshchyonyi language - Квшчионѥ язѩстви
  • Serbovakian language - εώόΰαυεωϋ ώσδςδαάτϋ
  • Dzyekh language - իելև կըքօցը
  • Kdolsk language - ԼԱԴՀԽՃԼ ԲՀԽԸՃՄԻԼ
  • Tudishkii language - წփԹՊՔՈՊՊ ԹԻէԽԶԽԶ
  • Vkhod language - ჶოდ დეწეთ
  • Arseni language - დცსოი ვწჰნდ
  • Gerovonar language - ნეფთღთტდფ ოდღლთტსოვ
  • Koshtuut language - ซฏมณบ๎ณก หปซ
  • Dzava language - Ӄԏԇԏ ѫ҃ԉҩԉԇҿ
  • Aiksvalos language - Аьксвалос кек
  • Skakovobal language - Sk'kovabal suaoomaa
  • Chayiskoyi language - WOIUROI RQIT
  • Keshenian language - Casenean xmzezac
  • Oborgian language - Ovorgyan langtsage
  • Lakuviu language - lakųvjų kalvos
  • Leshekseiki language - Lešeksvēki belkarakšū
  • Palkovian - Palkúrwąn púrzód
  • Zubr language - Zubr jistat
  • Brokhn language - Brokhn rüüstö
  • Prshka language - Prshka réstэ́
  • Boldronian language - Boldrónatián kerel
  • Drzacachen language - Drzacachen szeczmon
  • Dolzhunskuva language - Dolžnckva tolcn
  • Keyhau language - Kéhø žpäçt
  • Beslauan language (extinct) - Beslaurem Dakow
  • Narsaq language - Narsaq kaallit
  • Uzkavistanian language - Öşkijastonistı kņukı
  • Yapki language - Yóto ozbàcšеn
  • New Cheslovia language - Nemo-ébuos Ceslof'ian leqxu-a
  • Malokaz language - Malokazskai kaköv
  • Nazavad language - Nazagad cozöq
  • Ud Mahazar language - Uwrnov Zoyov

Language use

All languages are used as much as possible, although the most commonly used Baltiak language are Cheslovian followed by Izkargom. Other languages are used on either random events or special events. Cheslovian citizens (or Malokaz) are only fluent in Cheslovian and some are fluent (or claiming to be) in Izkargom, if other languages are used, for example, Narsaq language, citizens would read from a script and the listenters will have to manually translate. The translation business in Cheslovia is very successful.

Beslaurem

Beslaurem went extinct due to the entire dictionary accidentally being deleted from the government computer before it could be printed. The only surviving information on the language is that it was based on Romanian and Latin, the only surviving text is "Witam wa werijatum" (traditional text: The phrase "Witam wa werijatum" in the special script, Pronounced Vihtam vah vehriyahtoom) meaning "United in diversity". The language was also writen in an alternative script which looked exactely like the traditional Romanian script now used in churches.

Other languages

Since the destruction of the Izkarian rebels on 9th May 2009, the Izkarians have purportedly created a language which they classify as a language isolate, they have said that it was a Natural language (such as Iniut) rather than a formal language (such as English, French, Russian etc.), for an unknown reason the Izkarians have deleted the dictionary.