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Hello and welcome to Conlangers! We hope you enjoy yourself here.

Before you join, please read over our Guidelines for Conduct.

General Rules and Tips for Being Grammarintense
  1. Treat others as you would like to be treated.
  2. Respect the intellectual property and rights of other members of Conlangers and the conlanging community at large.
  3. If you decide to post a blog entry to the group, please verify the spelling and grammar of any blog posts that you write (to the best of your ability), and then allow the administrators of Conlangers to approve the post for publishing.
  4. Join the community! We're here to have fun and create language!


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#Conlangers Folder on Google Docs: Message an admin for access to everything. Individual documents are listed in relevant sections of the blog.

LangCon: Chatroom located here. Times and dates will be announced through the blog. Message speria if you are interested in having a Langcon.

:bulletred:Language Construction Kit (LCK):bulletred:
Planet Construction Kit
Kahalle's List
Far-From-Earth's list
Limyaael's Rants (and one from TarawynWorldwalker)
The BG Language Creation Guide
Jörg Rhiemeier's Conlang Page
Glossary of Linguistic Terms
WALS - The World Atlas of Language Structure
CALS - Conlang Atlas of Language Structure
The Speech Accent Archive

Non-dA Communities and Such:
CONLANG-L Mailing List
Frath Wiki
Conlang Wiki
Zompist Bulletin Board (ZBB)
Conlanger Bulletin Board (CBB)
Conlanger Forum
Conlangs on Unilang
Conlangery on Omniglot
Conlangs group on Facebook
Conlangs at Livejournal
Conculture at Livejournal
Imaginary Languages at Tumblr
The Conlinguinary at Tumblr

General Language Links:
Conlanger's Manifesto
Popular Linguistics
Language Log
Notes from a Linguistic Mystic
Motivated Grammar
@Languagebandit at Twitter

Linguistic Silliness:
Speculative Grammarian (SpecGram)
Linguist Llama at Tumblr
Linguist Lioness at Tumblr
Linguist Ling Cod at Tumblr

Newest Members

Recent Journal Entries


Hey guys! Long time no see!

If anyone is interested in getting the conlang challenges back up, please send me a message here or on tumblr at I'll give you access to the old suggestions files/feedback and help you set up a new journal for the challenges so that the community doesn't have to do without.

I know a lot of people have been interested in starting them again, so if someone is active and up for it you are more than welcome to take over!

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forester10 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014
We need some contests any1 have any ideas? Cuz the Admins are inactive... etc.
discountabortions Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014   Interface Designer
I asked them about it a while back and they said if you have any ideas you can submit them on the journal. The last on was this ->…
forester10 Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
how can i contribute?
theubbergeek2 Featured By Owner May 7, 2014
French language website on linguistic matters that may be usefull to some members, maybe;

linguistique dans le monde…

My apologies if I break a rule.
andrelisboa1 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014
I invite all members of this group to join my Conlanging Skype Group, "Conlangers of Skype". Send messages there for me to see your usernames and put you into the group.
mcmisher Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:( I feel sad. The outline I made hasn't been used. Ah well. Maybe it will in the future.
Nederbird Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
I'm planning to use it. Only reason I haven't yet is because I haven't developed my language to that level yet. ;)
mcmisher Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That's great! Develop your language slowly, and learn as you go! Wikipedia has a great many articles on linguistics and languages in general. The universals archive and are also a great resources. ;) (Wink) 
Nederbird Featured By Owner May 6, 2014
Thanks! I do frequent Wikipedia a lot. Their lists of tenses and cases and whatnot are really useful. Otherwise I'm mostly working out of the Language Construction Kit. :)
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forester10 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014
Show me your outline :) I wanna see it
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