Old Creeperian

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Old Creeperian
Հին Կրիպերյան
Native toCreeperopolisCreeperopolis Old Kingdom of Creeperopolis
EthnicityCreeperans
Native speakers
30,000 (2019)
Early form
Creeperian Script
Official status
Official language in
State of the Church
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Old Creeperian (Հին Կրիպերյան , pronounced Hin Kriperyan) is a dead language which formerly was a native language of the Old Kingdom of Creeperopolis. It is currently used for some religious occassions by the State of the Church. Most of its speakers are clergy of the Creeperian Catholic Church.

The shift from Pre-Old Creeperian to Old Creeperian began around 300AD and was finalized by 540AD on the decree of Felipe I. The two languages are considerably different from each other, and it is unknown how such a dramatic change in the language occurred, with little to no evidence of outside influence present. The language shift is one of the greatest mysteries in Creeperian history.

Phonology

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