Guy Lochhead, 28/08/10
An international auxiliary language created by Edgar de Wahl in 1922. It was exceptionally popular in Europe during the 15 years before World War II. It changed its name to Interlingue in the war, which was a bad move as it was eclipsed in the ‘50s by similarly named IAL Interlingua. Another Eurocentric ‘international’ language. It doesn’t work.