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List in Science FictionEdit

NumberedEdit

  • 4Peljan (Vusarkic trade language) - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series, Seeds of Fire, p. 333

AEdit

  • Alfzarian - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
  • American (Hawaiian English) - Philip José Farmer's novel The Lovers, p. 42
  • Ancient North Martian - "Waters of Mars" episode of Doctor Who
  • Artunee - Zach Hughes's novel Closed System

BEdit

  • Bazaar (Hebrew pidgen) - Philip José Farmer's novel The Lovers, p. 43

CEdit

  • Cadric (spoken in the interstellar human empire "the Cadre") - Poul Anderson's short story "Memory" in his collection Beyond the Beyond
  • Common Symbolic - Chris Roberson's 2011 novel Further: Beyond the Threshold

DEdit

  • Dorian (spoken by the pachydermic aliens on planet Doria) - James Gunn's novel Transcendental

EEdit

  • Eriau - Poul Anderson's Dominic Flandry or Polesotechnic League universe, for example his short story A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra

FEdit

GEdit

  • Galach - Dune universe
  • Galactic Standard - James Gunn's novel Transcendental, p. 177
  • Globo (simplified English) - Ian McDonald's novel Luna: New Moon

IEdit

  • Ilmataran - James L. Cambias's novel A Darkling Sea

JEdit

  • Jawaese Star Wars universe
  • Johurá - David Walton's novel The Genius Plague

KEdit

  • King's Tongue (spoken by the humans on the planet Paradox) - Rachel Bach's novel Future's Pawn
  • Korsven (spoken by the natives of the planet Korsve) - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's novel The Disappeared, p. 75

LEdit

  • Late Horthalian - Matthew Hughes's novel Majestrum, Majestrum trilogy
  • Lingo - Philip José Farmer's novel The Lovers, p. 42

MEdit

  • Marain - Iain M. Banks's Culture novels (see p. 126 of the novel The Hydrogen Sonata
  • Mensententia - Jennifer Foehner Wells's novel Fluency, p. 77
  • Merseian Prime - Poul Anderson's short story "Hunters in the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: Last Knight of Terra

NEdit

  • Na'vi -Avatar 2009 film
  • Nadsat - Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange
  • Newspeak - George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four
  • Newtese - Karel Capek's novel War With the Newts, footnote p. 145
  • Noranglic - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series

PEdit

  • Pan-Sinese - Greg Bear's novel Hull Zero Three, p. 276
  • Polito - Jay Lake's short story "To Raise a Mutiny Betwixt Ourselves" in The New Space Opera 2
  • Pulaoic (derived from Malayian roots) - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
  • Pravic - Ursula K. Le Guin's utopian/dystopian novel The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia

PEdit

  • Pinglish (Pacific English) - Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empires

SEdit

  • Salamander English (scientifically simplified) - Karel Capek's novel War With the Newts, p. 145
  • Shal.ta (telepathic language) - Korey Mae Johnson's erotic novel Never Submit!: The Swarii Brides
  • Sholen - James L. Cambias's novel A Darkling Sea
  • Siddo (alien language spoken on planet Oragen) - Philip José Farmer's novel The Lovers

TEdit

  • Thainamese (SE Asian polyglot spoken by human colonists on the planet Nightshade) - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, p. 84
  • the Tongue - Gregory Benford and Larry Niven's novel Bowl of Heaven, p. 127
  • Translanguage - Gregory Benford and Larry Niven's novel Bowl of Heaven, p. 127

UEdit

  • Univeral - Rachel Bach's novel Future's Pawn
  • Urdahu - Poul Anderson's short story "Hunters of the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra

YEdit

  • Yatakangi (Southeast Asian) - John Brunner's novel The Sheep Look Up
  • Yrevish (Orion trading creole) - Michael Schuster and Steve Mollman's Star Trek: The Original Series novel, A Choice of Catastrophes, p. 325

ZEdit

List in FantasyEdit

  • Handtalk a sign language
  • Jambese Peewee's Playhouse children's television series
  • Khandarai - Django Wexler's novel The Thousand Names (The Shadow Campaigns series)
  • Modanglic
  • Singlespeech
  • Voldanai - Django Wexler's novel The Thousand Names (The Shadow Campaigns series)

SourcesEdit

  • Tim Conley and Stephen Cain. 2006. Encyclpedia of Fictional and Fantastic Languages. Greenwood Press. ISBN 978-0313331886.

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