Hyttar has one central language with no true sub-dialects, but there are minor variations that occur from region to region and tribe to tribe. Now that the hyttar have been displaced from their homeland in large numbers, it is likely that many sub-dialects of the Hyttar language are likely to appear over the next century.
Hyttar is descended from Kytai as is Sybrenar, Magrakian, Tomarin and Pugnar. Therefore, it shares many similarities with these languages. However, Hyttar, when spoken, is spoken rapidly and is laced with barks and grunts chopped up by a pitter patter of consonants. Non-hyttar speakers find it difficult on the throat.
Hyttar has no written form and no alphabet. It is only a spoken language.
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