The Indo-European International Auxiliary Language
project, Sindhueuropaiom, begins with the
public release of
Noun Declension in
The Dnghu Group has begun an international auxiliary language project, following some
concerns over the usability of the European language - mainly based on the northern Indo-European
dialects and modern European languages - as a future international language.
The output of the Sindhueuropaiom project should be a neutral modern language, which
preserves all the known features of the common IE language, even those with different
use and meaning in Northern and Southern dialects.
A first step towards this end was to write a first
Appendix to our main work, the Europaio
Grammar, with more flexible common Indo-European noun declension rules, less systematic and,
at the same time, more natural and - thus - more fit for having its
own natural (modern) dialectal diversity.
Sindhueuropaiom.org web site has been designed
to facilitate worldwide support
for a language that is currently the mother tongue of half the world's population, and spoken
by most of the other half. It is, just like Europaio in Europe,
a language that does not have any cultural implication - like Esperanto pretended to be -,
but with a democratic concept: the language of the majority should be used
for international communication.