Baustralian language

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PronunciationEnglish pronunciation: /'bɑˈstreɪljən/
Created byJohn of Baustralia
Baustralian Runic System
Official status
Official language in
Regulated byBaustralian Ministry of Language (BML)
Language codes
ISO 639-3

The Baustralian language is the offical constructed language of the Kingdom of Baustralia. It uses the Baustralian Runic System, which some characters based on lifeforms, some based on natural hand movements, and some based on runes. The language is governed by the Baustralian Ministry of Language.


The Baustralian government decided they needed a way to symbolize themselves, by other means than the fish, so this is how they decided they could represent themselves.


Each character is romanized into the old 21-letter Latin alphabet, that is with G, J, U, W, Y absent. C replaces G, I is used instead of J, and V for U, W, and Y.


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