Constructed Language Makers They call themselves Conlangers. In English, that means "constructed language makers." You'd have to ask Sarah Higley for the Tayonoth translation, though. Tayonoth is a language she and a few friends created when they were 9 years old, and now she's spreading the word on the Internet. From member station WXXI in Rochester, Brenda Tremblay reports.
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They call themselves Conlangers. In English, that means "constructed language makers." You'd have to ask Sarah Higley for the Tayonoth translation, though. Tayonoth is a language she and a few friends created when they were 9 years old, and now she's spreading the word on the Internet. From member station WXXI in Rochester, Brenda Tremblay reports.