A conlanger /ˈkɒnlæŋər/ is a person who invents constructed languages (aka conlangs).

Professional conlangers

Individuals who have been hired to create languages.

Published international-auxiliary conlangers

Conlangers who have created languages intended for international communication.

Published fictional conlangers

Conlangers whose work has been published in books or other media that they created:

Other notable conlangers

Conlangers whose languages are neither international auxiliary languages nor part of popular media, but are nonetheless significant among enthusiasts, have amassed a notable amount of speakers, or do not fit in other categories:


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