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From Parseltongue to Nadsat... Here's a list of fictional languages from badass fictional universes! Muak Muak Muak!

Source: http://thechive.com/2018/11/29/langua...

1. Parseltongue

1. Parseltongue

Origin: The ‘Harry Potter’ book series by J. K. Rowling and the film adaptations. It is the language of serpents but can be spoken by some people, who are called Parseltongues.

Example: (Hissing sounds that don’t translate)

2. Elvish

2. Elvish

Origin: The ‘Lord of Rings’ book series by JRR Tolkien and its movie adaptations. It is spoken by Elves and Aragorn. There are actually two languages in Elvish and quite a few developed dialects.

Example: lle homa ve’ edan

(You smell like a human.)

3. Klingon

3. Klingon

Origin: The ‘Stark Trek’ movies and tv shows. It is spoken by Klingons.

Example: nuqDaq ‘oH puchpa”e’?

(Where is the bathroom?)

4. Furbish

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Origin: The popular 90’s toys ‘Furbies’ created by Hasbro.

Example: Nee-Tye

(Tickle)

5. Ewokese

5. Ewokese

Origin: It is spoken by ewoks in the film ‘Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi’

Example: Aargutcha

(Pull)

6. Simlish

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Origin: The Sims games.

Example: Dag Dag!

(Bye bye!)

7. Kryptonian

7. Kryptonian

Origin: The world of Superman including comics, movies, and tv shows. It is spoken by the aliens on Superman’s native planet.

Example: (It has it’s own glyphs and symbols)

8. Atlantean

8. Atlantean

Origin: Disney’s film ‘Atlantis: The Lost Empire.’ It’s spoken by the lost people of Atlantis.

Example: Nish en top Adlantis ag, Kelob tem Gabr in karok li mik bet gim demot tem net getunos en tem bernot li mik bet kag b lewidyoh.

(Spirits of Atlantis, forgive me for defiling your chamber and bringing intruders into the land.)

9. Newsspeak

9. Newsspeak

Origin: It is the future of language propogated by the government of Oceania as a means of controlling the masses in the novel ‘1984’ by George Orwell.

Example: Duckspeak

(To speak without thinking)

10. Black Speech

10. Black Speech
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Origin: In the ‘Lord of the Rings’ series by JRR Tolkien. It is the only way evil character Sauron is able to speak with his servants.

Example: Gu kibum kelkum-ishi, burzum-ishi. Akha-gum-ishi ashi gurum.

(No life in coldness, in darkness. Here in void, only death.)

11. Nadsat

11. Nadsat

Origin: ‘A Clockwork Orange’ film created by Stanley Kubrick and based on the novel by Anthony Burgess. It is said out loud by Droods.

Example: Neeznhies

(Underpants)

12. Lapine

12. Lapine

Origin: The book ‘Watership Down’ by Richard Adams and the film adaptation. It is spoken by the rabbits and developed into a full language.

Example: Vair

(To poop)

13. R’lyehian

13. R’lyehian

Origin: It’s the language written by HP Lovecraft for the Great Old One Cthulhu and his spawn.

Example: Mnahn’

(Worthless)

14. Mondoshawan

14. Mondoshawan

Origin: It’s the Divine Language spoken by Leeloo in ‘The Fifth Element’ film.

Example: akta gamat

(Never without my permission.)

15. Minionese

15. Minionese
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Origin: It is spoken by Minions in the ‘Despicable Me’ films and the ‘Minions’ movie.

Example: Muak Muak Muak

(Kisses)

16. Na’vi

16. Na’vi

Origin: ‘Avatar’ by James Cameron. It is spoken by the alien Na’vi.

Example: Fayvrrtep fitsenge lu kxani. Fipoti oel tspiyang, fte tikenong liyevu atlaru.

(These demons are forbidden here. I will kill this one as a lesson to the others.)

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