Raonish language

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Raonish is a neo-germanic language that was originally created in 2006 as a strictly written, non-spoken, language.


"Raon" means "Iron", -ish is a suffix used to form adjectives from nouns, with the sense of “belonging to” ( British; Danish; English; Spanish); “after the manner of,” “having the characteristics of,” “like” ( babyish; girlish; mulish); “addicted to,” “inclined or tending to” ( bookish; freakish); “near or about” ( fiftyish; sevenish). (Source: [1])

The language is spoken by all true Raondun, "Ironmen".


Raonish has existed in several forms and "dialects" beginning with the progenitor, "Glyphic", which was a written-only language that utilized pictorial runes, or "Glyphs".

In 2010, Glyphic became called "Mornoaskuu", the first spoken variant of the language. Mornoaskuu meant "Snake", and was to describe the original purpose of the language's creation: to obfuscate and hide information.

In 2014, the language entered its 3rd variation called "Morenaskuu".

Finally, as of early 2016, Morenaskuu became known as "Raonish", or "belonging to Iron", and is meant to represent a strong foundation for the creator's future.


Ro VRAX täorkoatasrodu to tygu daen-duxyd oron Myramadumig (Gilgamesh)'rah|Tygrim vam tygu dan to vygod ätx daen-thgoroenma vuatzu kuenorvoen'rah|Tygrim vam tygu kyrem vygo keuv tygu daen-kördënthän oron tygu vörätdar'rah| Gu vam vyrmu'ri gu mav daen-duanmorthuän asendar keuv morukoauth daen-thgoroenma'ri gu bäordemagoth demor a täu oron tygu daen-dan bauonoru Tygu Oatzoxyd'rah|Gu vuet on a aotzem hördeaenuan'ri vam voan vyrtig voak'ri authdeaen-roenma gu aumyt-udar'ri gu uenmäasver-udar on a morthorenu tygu vogooratu morthorän'rah -an excerpt from the prologue of "The Epic of Gilgamesh"