Irenni was a pre-War language. It was one of the major languages spoken on the continent of Ithria prior to the Great War. Irenni had three dialects and these regional variations gave birth to several modern day languages including most of the northern languages (Northern, Corven, Vorrikan, Elven and Avarese).
Irreni was a very rhythmic lilt with a blend and balance between consonant and vowel resulting in a measured musical quality that was pleasant to the ear. Although not in common use today, Irenni is a well studied language and is known to many historians, linguists and scholars.
The Irenni alphabet consists of 44 letters, many of which have survived into modern languages albeit in a modified form.
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