Language List

Common languages can only be used to communicate general ideas, “racial” languages must be used for more precise communication. All animals (except Lower Forms) speak their common language and their racial language.

Common languages are marked with italics, racial languages are followed by examples of what animals speak them in parentheses.

Common Lagomorph
Lapine (Rabbits, hares, cottontails)
Pika (Pikas)

Common Rodent
Castorine (Beavers, Porcupines)
Murine (Rats, Mice)
Sciurine (Squirrels, chipmunks, marmots)

Common Ungulate
Bovine (Cows, Deer, sheep)
Equine (Horses, donkeys)
Suine (Pigs)

Common Insectivore
Chiroptine (Bats)
Didelphine (Moles, armadillos, opossums, shrews)

Common Carnivore
Canine (Dogs, wolves, foxes)
Feline (Cats, cougars, lynxes)
Musteline (Weasels, ferrets, badgers, skunks)
Ursine (Bears, raccoons)

Common Avian
Accipitrine (Eagles, hawks, owls, vultures)
Anatine (Ducks, geese, herons)
Galline (Chickens, turkeys, quail)
Passerine (Crows, ravens, jays, songbirds)

Common Cold-Blooded
Amphibine (Frogs, toads, salamanders)
Piscine (Fish)
Reptiline (Snakes, lizards, turtles)

Common Arthropod
Arachnine (Spiders, scorpions, ticks, centipedes)
Insectine (Bugs, beetles, flies, wasps, bees, grasshoppers)

Common Lower Form
(worms, slugs, snails)

Language List

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