Romániço is a planned language combining a simple grammar with a lexicon based on etymologically delocalized Romance.
It was created in 1991 with the goal of harnessing the familiar vocabulary of Common Romance (and, where possible, Anglo-Romance), the familiar morphology of the international scientific vocabulary, a conservative but regular orthography, a familiar but regular set of affixes for on-the-fly word derivation, and a consistent methodology of “evolution” from Latin to give the language a cohesiveness and predictability of character.
The ambitions of Romániço are modest: it does not seek to prevent international conflict or supplant existing or future lingua francas. It does, however, grant access to the lexicon of Romance to the uninitiate in a way that’s at once simple and lexically archetypical.
On this site, aspiring Románicists will find everything they need to start using Romániço today.
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- Blueprints for Babel: Romániço. A summary of the language with critical review.
- Daughters of Esperanto. A survey of the various “Esperantidos” circa 2008 by Alan Libert.
- Google Sites: Romániço. This same site, Googlized.
- Omniglot: Romániço. A quick overview of the language, including alphabet and pronunciation, numbers, useful phrases and other translated texts.
- Wikipedia: Romániço. A quick overview of the language and grammar.
- Novlat: Romániço. A translation of part of this page into Interlinguo.