Languages are just invented for use in the real world all the time, but some languages are made up for people and cultures that don't really exist. Many books, films, comics, and television shows contain fictional cultures with functional languages that fans (particularly sci-fi and fantasy fans) have learned to speak. It just makes sense that folks would want to speak in the language of their favorite characters.
Thanks to the Internet, learning and spreading made up languages is easier than ever. Whether you want to learn a language from your favorite video game (Simlish), your favorite family movie (Minionese), or 3D movie (Na'vi), now you can. Maybe you're more literary want to learn Tolkien's Elvish? Maybe some Dothraki? Ever wanted to speak Klingon? With this list of fictional languages you can learn, you'll be an amateur linguist in a nonsense tongue before you know it.This list contains the best fictional languages that you can really master with a little Googling, a lot of time, and even more patience. Translated phrases and words are included to get you started. These are the best fictional languages that you can actually learn to speak.
Where You've Heard It: As spoken by the battle hardened Klingons in many, many Star Trek movies and television shows, as well as at conventions, in Klingon language books, in the Klingon adaptation of Hamlet, and from the guy on the subway.
nuqDaq 'oH puchpa"e'?
Where is the bathroom?
I don’t understand.
'arlogh Qoylu'pu'?Buy a book to learn Klingon here.
What time is it?
Where You've Heard It: Any of the works of JRR Tolkien or in Peter Jackson's six big screen adaptations. As spoken by Elves or Aragorn. There are actually two distinct languages in Elvish, along with many developed dialects.
Elen sila lumenn'omentelvo.
A star shines on the hour of our meeting.
Saesa omentien lle.
Pleasure meeting you.
lle homa ve' edan
You smell like a human.
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Where You've Heard It: The High Valyrian language on HBO's Game of Thrones is similar to real-world modern day Latin in that it is a mostly dead language. However high born children of Essos and Westeros, like Arya Stark and Daenerys Targaryen, are taught the language in order to show off their education.
Skoriot rāenābion ilza?
Where's the bathroom?
Tolī rhūqo lōtinti, kostilus
More pigeon pie, please.
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Where You've Heard It: Spoken by the alien Na'vi in James Cameron's Avatar and in the inevitable Avatar sequels.
Fayvrrtep fitsenge lu kxani. Fipoti oel tspiyang, fte tikenong liyevu atlaru.
These demons are forbidden here. I will kill this one as a lesson to the others.
Seeds of a great tree.
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Where You've Heard It: Spoken by the nomadic Dothraki on the hit HBO show Game of Thrones and the book series it's based on, A Song of Ice and Fire.
Hash yer dothrae chek asshekh?
Do you ride well today?
Yer affesi anni.
You make me itch.
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Where You've Heard It: As spoken by the Boy who lived and He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named in the Harry Potter books by J.K Rowling and blockbuster film franchise.Sample Phrases: (It can't really be written since it's all hisses, but you can practice to become a Parselmouth here.