User:IJzeren Jan/List of Slavic auxlangs

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Historic attempts at the creation of a Slavic interlanguage:

  • Apparently, Jan Amos Komenský (Johannes Comenius) created a Slavic language in the 16th century, but I haven't found any data about it.
  • Ruski jezik (1661), by the Croatian Jurij Križanić (1618-1683)
  • Universalis Lingua Slavica (Vseslovanski Jazyk) (1826), by the Slovak Ján Herkeĺ (1786-before 1865), published in his "Elementa universalis linguae Slavicae e vivis dialectis eruta at sanis logicae principiis suffulta" (Budapest 1826) and his "Zaklady vseslovanskeho jazyka" {Vienna 1826). This language was based on the West Slavic languages. Sample: Za starego vieku byla jedna kralica, koja mala tri prelepije dievice: milicu, krasicu a mudricu...)
  • Uzajemni Pravopis Slavjanski (1865), by the Slovene Matija Majar-Ziljski. Sample: jeden, dva, tri, chetiri, pet, shest, sedm, osm, devet, deset.
  • Neuslawisch (1907), by the Czech Ignác Hošek (1852-1919), published in his "Grammatik der Neuslavischen Sprache". Purpose of this language was to create a unified Slavic languages for the Habsburg Monarchy and to bring order in the linguistic chaos in that state.
  • Slava-Esperanto (Slovina, Slavina), published in 1912 by Josef Konečný.
  • Slovanština (1913), by the Czech Edmund Kolkop
  • Slavski Jezik by B. Holý (?). Sample: Ulepszajte swieta, zaczinajte a was samych! (a is probably a typo and should either be s, z or u).
  • Slovenski - no data
  • Obshcheslavyansky Yazyk - no data
  • Slovan (after 1940), by the Czech A.E. Žídek.
  • Meżduslavianski jezik (also: Mežduslavjanskij jezik, etc.) was created in the years 1954-1958 by a team of Czech interlinguists under the direction of the poet Ladislav Podmele (1920-2000), mainly for their own amusement. Sample: V meżdunarodnich jezikach dlużno stvorit taki cennosti, ktori budu zna znacit veliki prinos v oblasti nauk, izucenija jezikov, techniki, umenij itd.

Recent attempts (mostly published via the Internet):

  • Meždunarodski jazik (Международски язик) was created in or before 1999 by the Dutch author Hans Kamp. [1]
  • Slovio, created in 2001 by the Slovak linguist Mark Hucko. Until now, the most successful Slavic interlanguage by far. Sample: Slovio es novju mezxunarodju jazika ktor razumijut cxtirsto milion ludis na celoju zemla. [2].
  • Praslov - no data. Must have been online in 2002, but seems to have vanished completely.
  • Glagolica, created in 2002 by Slavoboj Richard Ruibar. Based on Common Slavic [3].
  • Slovo (Slovjanski jazyk), created in 2002 by Štefan Vítezslav Pilát. Based on Common Slavic and very similar to Glagolica. Only an archived version is available. [[4]
  • Proslava, created in 2002 by Juraj Doudi. Based on Old Church Slavonic. Sample: Otec Nash zhe si na Nebesih, neh Sveti sa Ime Tvoje. [5]
  • Mezxduslavske was created in 2003 by Lorenzo Manasci. It is completely based on Slovio, with a few grammatical and lexical differences. It was first published under the name Ruslavsk. Although the goal has changed (Ruslavsk attempted to make Slovio a bit more Russian-like, while Mezxduslavske claims to complement Slovio with a literary and poetic tool), the language seems to be entirely the same. Sample: Udrage Anastasija, Vne tvoi cxudove prekrasost, ete ktor delal men zxelat pisat tejbe, bil fakt zxe stesx tecxne po Angliske. [6]
  • Jezik Slovianaja was created in 2004 by Paweł Ciupak from Poland. It was inspired mainly by Polish and Slovio. Unfortunately, the link is broken.
  • Panslavien (панславянский), created by Anton Antonov in 2005. [7]. Sample: Govor panslavien — eto noven proekt de vseslavien iskustven govor, koï davaä da govoriä mej qelovekovi de razen slavien nacievi.
  • Medjazik, by Ingmar Roerdinkholder. [8]
  • Rusoslovio, later Sloviansk - no data.
  • Panslavensk (2005), by "Flamma aeterna". Sample: Pater naş, kator na nebo je, bu sveten imen tve / Патер наш, катор на небо је, бу светен имен тве. [9]
  • Občoslavenski jezik (Обчославенски језик), presented in 2005 by Sergei Lazarev (a.k.a. "Vertaler"). [10]
  • Slovenskej jezik, presented in 2005 by a certain Marina. [11]
  • Sloveno, previously called Slavido, presented in 2005 by a Slovak author who goes under the pseudonyms "I.S." and "Mr. Slavido" on http://www.zvestia.com/blognik/. Sample: "Mozxes mi bit vo Europa justicio ekvate, ked mi ne govores justicio ekvato?!" [12] or [13].
  • Slovianski, started in 2006 by Ondrej Rečnik and Gabriel Svoboda. [14] Currently, three versions of the language are under development: a schematic version (GS-Slovianski) by Gabriel Svoboda [15], a pidgin version by Ondrej Rečnik [16] and a naturalistic version (Slovianski-N) by Jan van Steenbergen [17].