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Welcome to the Creolian Wiki!


This is an introduction to a language called Creolian, or Dunia Patwa in the language itself. It is a sort of "world Creole," a new international language created through a mixture of various languages. The main idea behind this language is that with our globalizing world, a new international language will eventually be born, and here I am proposing a structure for it. Generally speaking, creole languages tend to have simplified grammar and phonology, accompanied by longer words and longer sentences to make up for deficiencies in the other areas. As you will see, this language project is based on that idea. In creating it, I tried to take concepts and words fairly from a variety of existing languages. I hope you find it helpful. Access the following pages to learn more.


As an additional note, this is not a completed project. The pages are a mess at present. I'm currently compiling the various dictionaries into a database so that they will not have different words, and will upload the new unified file when it's ready.


Learning About Creolian


Dictionary (New)

[Creolian.pdf|Dictionary in PDF]


Phonology: Learn the sounds of Creolian

Grammar: Explanations of how to put the words together

Writing: How to write in Creolian

Grammatical Words


Older Dictionary

Eng-Pat dictionary


Background Information





The two following projects are of special significance to the creation of Dunia Patwa: the Mulivo international vocabulary project, organized by Risto Kupsala, and the LangX project, organized by Antony Alexander.




The jellyfish and the monkey, an old Japanese tale.




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