An international language that is best known in the auxiliary language community for having most of it's printed materials (books with red plastic covers) destroyed after the creator passed away. The language quickly fell into obscurity afterwards until the rise of the Internet revived interest in it.
A simplified and abbreviated form of Esperanto without diacritics: 1937 (revised 1948,1961). It had a greatly extended though often mutilated vocabulary. As brevity was claimed as a key feature, both vocabulary and syntax were designed to encourage conciseness of expression.
All persons have the same form.
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