Cererian language

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qxa-qxii jen wo-sa-txle
Date of creation 11 September 2014
Creator Thomas I
Language family Non-terrestrial
Writing system Latin
Sources A priori
Recognised in Myrotania (Ceres)
Regulated by The Emperor, Thomas I

The Cererian Language (Cererian: qxa-qxii jen wo-sa-txle) is a constructed language designed to look and sound non-terrestrial with grammar structures and sounds, unknown certainly to Europe and the majority of Earth's major languages. For example, Cererian employs whistles and clicks (similar to Xhosa) in its phonology and has no sense of verb conjugation (similar to Chinese) - but, as a language, it is very non-terrestrial with all its words created a priori.

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