Artificial language

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The term artificial or constructed language describes a language designed for human communication which was created by the work of one or more persons, rather than having naturally evolved as part of a culture. These are often created for a special purpose such as international communication, secrecy, use in fiction, or just linguistic experimentation.

Languages intended for general-purpose human use:

Languages intended for machine assisted automatic translation purposes:

Languages of fictional worlds and peoples:

Language games:

See also:

External links (others can be found on language pages):