Altllamiac is an experimental language which was created in 2007 by a person called PTSnoop. The language claims as its influences AllNoun and Aenonean (the latter of which was created by the same person who created Altllamiac).
The meaning of the language's name becomes apparent when one sees the "glyph" which represents it. In the author's word, this glyph looks like "“A line that looks like a mouth, in a circle” (ALTLLAMIAC).
LangMaker provided the following examples of Altllamiac grammar:
- “This language has no concept of verbs” becomes “In this language, concerning verbs, absence”.
- “I have no idea what you’re talking about” becomes “absence of knowledge of me, concerning meaning of speech of you.”
- “There are two things I wish to discuss with you” becomes “Desire of me, concerning discussion of two things.”
The language apparently "treats verbs exactly like nouns, and the verbs are optional. In practice, this means that Altllamiac doesn’t actually use verbs most of the time. Instead, you just put an imaginary “there is” at the start of each sentence."
Some further grammatical notes on the language (and its writing system) can be found here.
- Altllamiac's home page] (live web)
- "A beginner's guide to Altllamiac" (live web)
- Altllamiac at LangMaker] (archived)