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Sona language

Sona is "an auxiliary neutral language" created by Kenneth Searight[?] and described in a book he published in 1935.

Searight created Sona in response to the other artificial auxiliary languages of his time. According to him, Esperanto was too eurocentric, while more a priori languages like Solresol were unworkable.

For this reason, Searight uses inspiration from many diverse languages to create his ecclectic yet regular and logical language.

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