Lienish language

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Lienish language
Lienio sperhe

Regulated byLienish Department of Using Lienish Language
Spoken inLienish Sovereign Republic
Total speakers2
Writing system(s)Latin

Lienish language (Lienio Sperhe) is a constructed language, conlang, created by Mićaöl Lienere in March 2021 of micronation he created, Lienish Sovereign Republic. Now Lienish is actively developing language and it has around 530 words in its dictionary and developed grammar. Lienish is regularly (but not very often) used in Lienia. Lienish is controlled by the Lienish Department of Using Lienish Language (Lienio Departamente fä Sperha Lienio), which regularly updates its vocabulary and, rarely, grammar.

Linguistic properties


Lienish is an fusional language which is very remotely related to the European and Slavic languages. It almost doesn't contain borrowings from foreign languages (except words like "computer" and "radio"), except Quenya (around 7% of the Lienish words for the moment are Elvish). Lienish is derived from "pra-Lienish", an extinct language, created in 2019-2020 by Mićaöl Lienere.

Writing System

Lienish is using Roman alphabet, but it doesn't use letters w, x, q and y. It also contains letters not found in English eg. ć, ä and ĝ. Here's full modern Lienish alphabet:

a, ä, b, c, ć, d, e, f, g, ĝ, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, r, s, t, u, ü, v, ź, z

Text Examples

Lienish Athem

Vi itoi Lienio pipolum -

Li monu biror pakum i florum.

A kozoe i delove lio peramim,

I Lienio ginźeme lio isitim.

Jo, mio landum, ni nün leivoi?

Velo i femido Lienia itoi.

I vorkok in landum imim havandum -

Flortebor fur gamus, vio landum!

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