|Spoken in|| Shogunate of Finland|
|Total speakers||53,000,000 worldwide|
|Language family|| Altaic?
|Official language in||Finland, Saigyō (Kōshi and Kazami)|
|Recognised minority language in||Käwäshiro|
|Regulated by||National Institute of Nirandogo Language|
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The Nirandogo language (Nirandogo:にらんど語 or にらんどご) is a language that was created after years of fusion between Japanese and Finnish languages. It was first heard in 1807 and since then, it became a popular language.
The name for Nirandogo comes from the first two letter of Nippon, Ni while rando comes from Japanese word for Finland-which is Finrando (フィンランド)-and go (語) simply means language.
It is written in Hiragana only. However, the only Kanji used in this language is 語 and is only used to detonate languages. Other than that, is all Hiragana.
The grammar is based on that from Japanese, so structure is the same.
However, this language uses both Japanese and Finnish words combined. As such, some new words also exist which doesn't appear in either Japanese or Finnish, and is unique to the language.
|Japani||日本||にっぽん or にほん||Japan|
|Trombi (pyörremyrsky)||竜巻|| とろみび|
|Hina Kagiyama||鍵山 雛|| かぎヴおり ひな|