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Adāta is a language of the Edastean family in the world of Akana. It was spoken in the Dāiadak city states of the Rathedān highlands in the time period around 0 YP. With the expansion of the Empire of Athalē from 200 YP onward, the language spread across most of the middle and upper Eigə valley. In 414 YP, Imperial Adāta was declared official language of the empire by Khepōnon I, thereby further strengthening its position outside the Dāiadak heartlands and largely replacing local tongues.
Adāta is notable for being the parent language of the so-called "Cursed Relay" of 2006, a game in which several generations of daughter languages were derived from it.