garonnaus, limb aronnaus
|Spoken:||France (specifically in a ) and partially Spain|
|Total speakers:||100 thousand|
|Basic word order:||SOV|
|Creator:|| Danisht Dzakwan|
Garonnian (garonnaus), is a fictionally-constructed regional language intended to be spoken in France and Spain (specifically, in the region Nouvelle-Aquitaine, and autonomous communities Navarre and Aragon) made by an Indonesian pseudo-named Daniel Willett (in this wiki) in January 2022.
Unusually, Garonnian language forms an enclave of Sardinian vowel system, having unusual ergative–absolutive agreement, and bipersonal conjugation from Basque. If existed, Garonnian will have the most complex tense-aspect-mood combination, up to 1,689 forms, slightly more than that of Volapük and more than those of Portuguese.
From a cultural view, its speakers (Garonnians) are isolated peoples migrating from Alps to the coast of Bay of Gascony. The Garonnians also have a substantial Muslim minority from escapings of Reconquista (Garonnian: Reconquist), alongside the Christian majority. They originally have a separate country ruled by a monarchy, although for a while the Garonnians want to be annexed by France due to their mistrust to the monarchs.