|Ibran (Ivrană / Івріанъ)|
|Pronounced:||Ibran — /ˈɪbɻən/|
|Timeline and Universe:||Piataia|
|Spoken:|| New Ibria; France|
|Total speakers:||[No data]|
|Writing system:|| Cyrillic (Roesan)|
|Basic word order:||SVO|
|Creator:||Muke Tever | ✎|
Ibran (Paysan: Ivrană, Roesan: Івріанъ) is a Romance language.
Originally spoken in southeast France, Ibran migrated to the New World where it is now more widely spoken than in its homeland.
Ibran has two main dialects: Roesan, the dialect of New Royce (Noif Roes) and paysan, the European dialect. The language in New Ibria is not monolithic, though Roesan is the basis of “standard” language.
- See also: Ibran sound changes
Sometime recently a Cyrillic orthography (cirilizal) was officially instituted in New Royce, though the old Latin orthography (latinizal) is still found in common use (and is the only script used in Europe).
The mapping of Cyrillic American Ibran to Latin European Ibran is not 1:1; the phonemic inventories are different and spellings differ.
- See also: Swadesh list