Welcome to the new Aingeljã conlang website

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Thanks for visiting the new Aingeljã conlang website!

I’m currently working to expand the vocabulary using the so-called Buck list. If you’re interested in Aingeljã grammar, you can read a summarized version on FrathWiki webpage.



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1. masculine noun Franco-Provençal (person from Arpitania).

2. masculine noun Franco-Provençal (language of Arpitania).

Etymology: From franc and prwençau.


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1. adjective Corsican (related to Corsica or the Corsican people).

2. masculine noun Corsican (person from Corsica).

3. masculine noun Corsican (language of Corsica).

Etymology: From Coresca plus derivative suffix .


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1. proper noun Corsica.

Etymology: From Corsican Corsica.


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1. adjective Sardinian (related to Sardinia or the Sardinian people).

2. masculine noun Sardinian (person from Sardinia).

3. masculine noun Sardinian (language of Sardinia).

Etymology: From Sardinna plus derivative suffix -ès.


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1. proper noun Sardinia.

Etymology: From Sardinian Sardigna.


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1. adjective Aranese (related to the Aran valley or the Aranese people).

2. masculine noun Aranese (person from the Aran valley).

3. masculine noun Aranese (language of the Aran valley, a dialect of Occitan).

Etymology: From Arã plus derivative suffix -ès.


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1. proper noun Aran (Pyrenean valley in Catalonia, Spain, where Occitan is spoken).

Etymology: From Aranese Aran.


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1. adjective Gallo-Itallic (related to Northern Italy or the people living there).

2. masculine noun Gallo-Itallic (person from Northern Italy).

3. masculine noun Gallo-Itallic (set of languages in Northern Italy).

Etymology: From gall plus itallã.


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1. proper noun Gaul (Celtic region of France during the Roman empire).

Etymology: From gall plus derivative suffix ja, followed by a dissimilation process.


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1. adjective Gaulish (relative to Gaul or the Gauls).

2. masculine noun A person from Gaul.

3. masculine noun Gaulish (language of Gaul).

Etymology: From Latin gallus.