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Benung. The Ayeri Language Resource ( is owned and edited by Carsten Becker (in the following referred to as “this website” and “I”, respectively). Unless noted otherwise, all materials presented on this website are copyright © by Carsten Becker, all rights reserved.

If you’re sharing my stuff on the internet, that’s awesome, but please be so kind to give credit, preferably by putting a link back to my site so other people may know where to find out more. If you have questions about using materials from this site in what goes way beyond personal use (say, you want to use an image from “Examples” in a book you intend to sell), please contact me first. If you feel that your rights are violated by any content on this website, please provide a written notice before taking legal action.

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Ayeri is a fictional language spoken by fictional people in a fictional setting, and as such is not related to any naturally existing languages. It is thus not to be confused with Azeri, a Turkic language spoken in Azerbaijan and its surrounding countries. Ayeri’s vocabulary is entirely a priori, this means, no real-world languages have been used specifically as sources of vocabulary. Due to the language’s sound and spelling aesthetic being inspired by Austronesian languages, it is not surprising if overlaps with existing words in those languages happen accidentally.

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