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Aertran is a personal language about which unfortunately little is known. It was created in 2001 by A. B. Basham, and was apparently influenced by "Gaelic (Irish, Scots Gaelic, and Manx), Gaulish and Proto-Celtic".

The only part of the language which survives online is its numbers from 1 to 10.

Counting in Aertran

These are taken from Janko Gorenc's website.

1 – oinos, 2 – tavë, 3 – díris, 4 – sëþuar, 5 – piemp, 6 – pûmdžes, 7 – pûmwië, 8 – pûmizi, 9 – pûmnaûë, 10 – tám.

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