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Paklikale


This website describes the artificial language Paklikale, which was first developed in late 2008.

Paklikale is an a priori, subject-verb-object, agglutinative language constructed to provide a more logical and intuitive means of communication. As such, it strives to be consistent, neutral, and simple. One potential use for Paklikale is as an international auxiliary language, and its name literally translates to "universal language." Currently, Paklikale's vocabulary consists of over 4,500 words derived from about 1,175 basic roots.

For more, please select from the options below:

Grammar

An explanation of Paklikale's grammar (PDF)

Font

Download a font for the Paklikale script

Dictionary

A dictionary, root list, and more (PDF)

Logo

An explanation of the Paklikale logo

Translations

Paklikale in action (PDF)

Changelog

See previous versions, alterations, and additions

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