Broader Millanic Languages
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Asosiacion Lingua Milanes
The Broader Millanic languages (Millanic: tonguás gran millanéz; Middle Millanic: lingua brodera mijanja) is a group of conlangs developed and used in Millania. While technically the Millanic languages include Linijkitan, and Middle Old Millanic, all now defunct predecessors of the current used Millanic languages, only Middle Millanic and Modern Millanic are considered relevant to the context of Millanic languages today.
- Middle Millanic (Milanes), New Millanic (Milanes Nouva) or Millanian, used in formal contexts and Granada Nicosi;
- Modern Millanic (Millanéz) or Millanese, spoken in Mainland Millania and multiple Territories.
It has been proposed that the Kepthai Language and the Yochtese Language joins Middle Millanic and Modern Millanic in the Broader Millanic family, but many oppose it due to Kepthai not being an Indo-European Language and Yochtese not being an Italic Language.