Languages spoken in Anteria

Anteria is a rich diverse world in where numerous languages are spoken. Currently, there are 5 major language families in Anteria, which are Korpurian, Norgovian, Hofflandian, Eastern Peninsular and Indo-European. Most of these languages, if not all, are very unique and have their own way of communicating ideas across minds. With that, it is no wonder that languages in Anteria are what make its citizens special.

Languages can vary largely from its phonological, grammatical and relations with other languages. For example, the Txujna language spoken in Eastern Gabrielland has a very complex phonological system incomparable to any other language. The Astariaxi language is so unique that it has no distinct relatives, which makes it tougher than usual to learn it.

The Gabrielt language has a very dictated system of complex rules to actually speak it, making it one of the hardest languages to learn, and could take years of study to master it. Other languages like Hofflandic and Viraams are easy enough to make it user and beginner friendly, and these languages are gaining rapidly as 2nd language or 3rd language options by many Anterians.

Still, Languages do make up the charm in every citizen of Anteria, no matter how simple, no matter how hard.

List of Languages

Languages spoken in Anteria by native speakers
Language Number of native speakers Number of total speakers Language family Native to Hours needed to reach fluency
English = 350 hours
Agarn 8,000,000 25,000,000 Protoagar Agarntrop 300
Ani 8,000,000 Language Isolate Dikangana
Arabic 140,000,000~ 200,000,000~ Afro-Asiatic - 2,200
Avadian, Modern ~3,500 ~4,200 Language Isolate 360
Bwinu 1,100,000 3,000,000 East-Savakian Ganji Islands 650
Çazaprada 43,542,420 59,551,091 East-Savakian Figanca 520
Dulkrik 2,663 2,663 ProtoDulando Dulando 150
Duwa Haydag - - Adusian Qazhshava -
English - - Indo-European Majority of Anteria 350
French - - Indo-European 480
Galee 29,000,000 38,000,000 Language Isolate Wolfgalia 400
Gassasinian [1] ~14,000,000 ~19,000,000 Afro-Asiatic Gassasinia 2,200
Gelielandic 116,000,000 116,000,000 Protoneuew Gelielandt 370
Ghikaru 14,600,000 15,000,000 Language Isolate Ghijuko 2000
Grang Luasu 890,000 900,000 Granguan Grangua 2000
Götaish 25,890,879 39,097,343 Indo-European Kingdom of Blechingia 2000
Hungarian 27,000,000 28,000,000 Uralic Lyonheimer 1,200
Hofflandic 26,000,000 30,000,000 Hofflandian Hofflandian Union 100
Houghlander 10,000,000 10,010,000 Hofflandian Hofflandian Union 1000
Hyrteneu 2,450,000 2,990,000 Protoneuew Hyrtexia 385
Icelandic 1,239,829 1,243,986 Icelandic Grangua 200
Jachkahna - - Alhutewetan Gadorien -
KiHuta 1,000 1,000 Language Isolate Tsokeiku 250
Kistol 21,700,000 21,700,000 Indo-European Kistolia 325
Kiyortzani 214,186,000 523,907,000 Kiyortzani Kiyortza 275
Kos 30,000 30,000 Indo-European Columbine and Mosley 300
Kohharuese TBD TBD Japonic 720
Kwiji 5,800,000 15,250,000 East-Savakian Ganji Islands 450
Lakkathan - - Indo-European Qazhshava -
Latin 25,000,000 200,000,000 Indo-European Viha 432
Minszesi 800,000 1,670,000 East-Savakian Ganji Islands 1200
Neuew 16,000,000 17,000,000 Protoneuew Neuewland 370
Nucleox 393,888,200 405,112,900 Prototekkas Hyrtexia 160
Nushtur 1,300,000 1,925,000 Central Eucatan Gabrielland 350
Ohharuese ~6,800 ~7,100 Japonic 700
Omal Haydag
(Qazhshavan)
- - Adusian Qazhshava
Tiskaiya
-
Plejka 800,000 1,000,000 Language Isolate Gabrielland 1600
Riyaki 55,730,000 130,651,000 Kiyortzani Kiyortza 300
Qorowatan - - Alhutewetan Qazhshava -
Russian 68,000,000 68,000,000 Indo-European Russatrova 1100
Sebric 107,790,000 134,133,000 Batro-Laakyan New Sebronia 770
Singa 870,000 2,465,000 Eastern Eucatan Hatstheput 1200
Spanish - - Indo-European Prybourne 600
Tsokeikanese 247,875,000 920,200,000 Eastern Eucatan Tsokeiku 700
Txujna 2,100,000 2,158,000 Central Eucatan Gabrielland 3600
Vihish 16,048,000 18,050,000 Protoviha Viha 620
Viraams 50,000 55,000 Korpurian Gabrielland 100
  1. De-jure national language of Gassasinia, considered a de-facto standardised variety of the Arabic Language by some linguists.