Constructed Languages (ConLangs) are languages which do not belong to a specific nation or ethnic group, but rather are the creation, and thus, sole property of the ConLang enthusiast who conceived the vocabulary, phonetics, and the grammar of the language. Some well-known ConLangs include Esperanto, Klingon, and Tolkien's Elvish Tongues. (Not necessarily in order of popularity.)
This Conlang Wiki is devoted to the topics of ConLangs and ConCultures. This is an online resource and community about Conlangs that you can edit.
A class on constructing languages at the University of California Berkeley.
An encyclopedia entry describing constructed languages, including sections on auxiliary languages, artistic languages, and logical languages.
Complete 220 word second compact language.
Phonetic picture-writing can also be read phonetically. Its ideograms are composed of special letters. Authored by Leonhard Heinzmann.
Journal article by Wim Jansen that reviews a book on language planning and language policy by Sabine Fiedler and Liu Haitao. The book is on the theoretical and applicational aspects of interlinguistics, esperantology, terminology and lexicography.
An attempt to create a list of concepts, described in English, along with words to express those concepts in several natural and artificial languages.
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