About Áya Dan
Áya Dan is a blog and website focused on conlangs (constructed languages). Blog posts are written by various authors, about topics from language construction to entertainment to LGBTQIA+ issues.
Each conlang page of the website contains links to resources that can be handy for learning or using the conlang, such as lessons, reading material, entertainment, dictionaries, and tools.
Anyone can contribute to Áya Dan, so long as the content is respectful of others!
Áya Dan is the aggregation of several conlang blogs, formerly: Nia Ido, Lolehoth, Esperanimeo, Pipi Suwi, and La Aliuloj.
The creator of Áyadan is Rachel J Morris, a programmer and game developer interested in conlangs and entertainment.
Contact Rachel about the blog at: Rachel@moosader.com
Authors to Áya Dan post whenever they have time or something to talk about! We’re not very organized. (Psst, interested in being an author?)
Áya = Beautiful, Dan = Language
In Láadan, one might express, “Bíi áya dan wa.” – This would roughly translate to, “I declare that language is beautiful, I know it because I have perceived it.”
Shortened down to exclude the speech-act morpheme and evidence morphemes, we just get “áya dan”