Each myrian tribe has a different dialect of the central myrian language, but all dialects share a common alphabet, a standard system of grammar and many common words. The speaker of one myrian tribal dialect can usually community without too much difficulty with the speaker from another tribe.
A rapidly spoken language with surprisingly complex pronunciations with numerous and subtle phonemes. It is a difficult language to learn.
There is no written script for this language as the Myrians have either not yet developed, or have abandoned, writing.
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