Nól-Caroth and Caroth
   East Mannish
    Old East Mannish
Old East Mannish

Old East Mannish(O.E.M) was the language spoken by the early Alamannish tribes that roamed the north-eastern parts of Mer-Caroth in the early days. It established many important differences from the Western mannish languages including but not limited to, the great vowel shift (u -> ö, /gi/ -> u) and the plural differentiation (-iz -> -uz. This language later evolved (with northwestern influence) into Alamannish, spoken by the *Alamanuz.

O.E.M in modern times

Since the language is a "dead" language since no one speaks it, it is very rare to encounter this in the world, although some places have names/derived from O.E.M

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