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Ambiguity refers to words, phrases, or sentences which can be validly understood to mean multiple different things
For questions about constructed languages that are intended for international or interethnical communication.
For questions on inflectional forms that indicate the grammatical functions of nouns, pronouns and their modifiers (such as adjectives).
Whether a language should be classified as a natlang/conlang, a particular type of conlang, or even as a language at all.
For questions about the community of conlang afficionadoes and conlang researchers.
For questions about the process of making a conlang.
For questions about designing conlangs for a particular purpose or to reflect particular characteristics about its speakers and their culture
Diachronic conlanging refers to the simulation of language change in a conlang
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.
For question about the relation of conlangs to the English language (e.g., English influences or biases in a given conlang).
a constructed international auxiliary language.
For questions about conlangs that have features similar to European languages (either by design or by accident). Also for questions about the features that make conlangs similar to European languages.
For questions about the International Auxiliary language Glosa by Clark and Ashby
For questions about glossing, i.e., an interlinear annotation of a conlang text with translations and grammatical elements.
The grammar of a language, or its "rules", covers its phonology, morphology, syntax, as well as the semantics of its affixes and function words
For questions about the real world history of individual conlangs as well as the conlanging community
For questions about the Ido language, an international auxiliary language created as a reform project of Esperanto.
For questions about what natural languages a particular conlang was based on or inspired by
For questions about the international auxiliary language Interlingua designed by Alexander Gode with funding of the IALA.
For all questions about the Klingon Language. The Klingon language is the constructed language spoken by the fictional Klingons in the Star Trek universe.
Language change refers to the natural changes in a language over time as it is used by its speakers