An extinct language is a language that no longer has any speakers.
Basically there are two ways that a language becomes extinct:
- The speakers switch to another language.
- The language evolves so much that it’s considered a different language.
Among the extinct or nearly extinct languages, the users of Verbix can conjugate Latin and Gothic verbs.
In WikiVerb there’s now also a page dedicated to extinct languages.
Links to go:
- Extinct Languages at WikiVerb
- Conjugate Gothic verbs
- Conjugate Latin verbs
- Last Speaker of a Language