|Spoken in:||southwestern Britain|
|Basic word order:||VSO|
|Morphosyntactic alignment:||active-stative (fluid-S)|
Low Elvish is a branch of the South Albic group of languages. It consists of two closely related languages: Avalonian, spoken in the vicinity of Glastonbury, and Sinjenich, the language of the Moonchildren, a group of nomadic Elves in Britain. The languages differ most prominently in vocabulary: Sinjenich has many more foreign loanwords, especially from Romani and Shelta.
Over time, the languages have undergone some fundamental changes. For example, the Old Albic case endings are lost, but a new system of case marking has arisen by initial mutations. The developments can be compared to similar developments that occured at the same time in other languages of western Europe.