The eshtari language is, like all of the languages of eastern Aggradar, a descendent of Haphitese, the language of the eastern Kytohan Empire. Eshtari has no variations or dialects. There is only one main language.
Eshtari is a rapidly spoken patter of small syllables with many long vowels. It has a distinctive sound that is easy to recognize. Like temegaru, it favors clusters of words with varying meanings over adjectives or verb conjugations. Therefore, it's syntax is not complex, but it has a very large vocabulary.
Eshtari uses a 78 letter alphabet based on the Haphitese alphabet. The letters are surprisingly complex for such a primitive culture and eshtari calligraphy is quite beautiful.
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