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For constructed languages used in literary works, poems, or music by their design purpose.
For questions concerning the relation between the Russian language and conlangs or a particular conlang.
For questions about the relation of constructed languages to music, e.g., incorporating concepts from music in the language.
For questions about the relation of conlangs to the English language (e.g., English influences or biases in a given conlang).
For questions about glossing, i.e., an interlinear annotation of a conlang text with translations and grammatical elements.
Láadan is a language created as an experiment in seeing if a constructed language designed specifically for women could better express the views of women better than natural Western languages.
Dovahzul is a language spoke by the wyrm-like dragons of The Elder Scrolls (specifically Skyrim). This tag should only be used for questions concerning this language, like usage, it's words ETC.
A grammatically simplified means of communication that develops between two or more groups that do not have a language in common: typically, a mixture of simplified languages or a simplified primary l…
For questions concerning the JRR Tolkien's constructed writing system Tengwar.
For questions about the regulation of official forms of a conlang, either by its original creator, or by a language academy.
A predecessor of the Lojban language developed in 1955 by Dr James Cooke Brown.
For questions about the Old Tongue, a fictional language constructed for Robert Jordan's fantasy series "The Wheel of Time". (Languages known as "the Old Tongue" also appear in other contexts; this ta…
Questions seeking books, websites, articles, papers, research, or downloadable content on any conlang related topic
For questions about statistical features in conlangs, e.g., Zipf's law.
For questions about the community of conlang afficionadoes and conlang researchers.
For questions about the International Auxiliary language Occidental aka Interlingue created by Edgar de Wahl in the 1920ies.
For questions about the Robot Interaction Language, a conlang for human–robot communictation.
For questions about the International Auxiliary language Glosa by Clark and Ashby
For questions about the relation of conlangs to the Chinese language (e.g., Chinese influences or biases in a given conlang).