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Wodic languages is a small group of natural dialects from across current-day Woodstead, Nyasott, Cez-Zaeri, Eksrik, and Sarlsvert. The languages date back to Proto-Wodic or Wuduspeak evolving from Germanic languages as a consequence of large scale migrations to modern-day Oppidum. Religious migrations from northern and western Europe in the 11th Century led to a natural evolution of languages which evolved as a fusion of Ingvaeonic languages and Old_Norse, as well as the broken Island Latin spoken by previous settlers who settled in 230.