Languages of Akana

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A linguistic map of Peilaš around 0 YP, showing the approximate distribution of the major language families. From west to east:

Isles languages

Macro-Edastean languages

Talo-Edastean languages

Edastean languages

Talo languages

Zod languages

Antaggic languages

  • Antagg (Bwimbai valley, c. -1500 YP - Salmoneus)
    • Mohudza
      • Móyay

Xoronic languages

  • Proto-Xoronic (Eiwəl Gourun, c. -3500 - -2500 YP - pocketful of songs)
    • Habeo languages: (Eiwəl Gourun, c. -1000 - 1000 YP - pocketful of songs)
      • Hill Habeo
      • Plains Habeo
      • River Habeo
    • Damak

Eigə-Isthmus languages

  • Proto-Eigə-Isthmus (Huyfárah, c. -5000 to -4500 YP)
    • Eigə Valley languages
      • Ngauro (Kasca, c. -3500 YP)
      • Meshi (middle Eigə valley, c. -1000 YP)
      • Miwan languages
        • Forest Miwan (western Ici Forest, c. 500 YP)
        • Old Eastern Miwan (eastern Ici Forest, c. 0 YP)
          • Eastern Miwan (eastern Ici Forest, c. 1000 YP)
          • Southern Miwan (southern Ici Forest, c. 1500 YP)
    • Isthmus languages: Proto-Isthmus (Huyfárah, c. -3000 YP)
      • Western Isthmus languages
        • Boésin (Isthmus north coast, c. -500 YP)
        • Ferogh languages
      • Eastern Isthmus languages
        • Doroh (Doroh, c. 500 YP)
        • Kennan (northern Siixtaguna, c. 500 YP)
        • Kietek (western Siixtaguna, c. 500 YP)
        • Ka'alikora (western Siixtaguna, c. 500 YP)

Western languages

Lukpanic languages

Tulameya languages

Lokud languages

Tæm-Hou languages

Peninsular languages

Hitatc languages

  • Proto-Hitatc (Ici Forest, c. -2800 YP)
    • Western Hitatc
      • Proto-Wan-Mlir (Milīr valley, c. -2200 YP)
        • Hitatc Wan (lower Milīr valley, c. -1900 YP)
          • Ktacwa (lower Milīr valley, c. 200 YP)
        • Hitatc Mlir (upper Milīr valley, c. -1900 YP)
      • Uplands Hitatc
        • Eteucu (upper Milīr valley, c. 1500 YP)
    • Eastern Hitatc
      • Common Eastern Hitatc (Ici Forest, c. -2000 YP)
        • Necine (western Ici Forest, c. 1000 YP)
        • Pirikõsu (Şepamã valley, c. 1500 YP)

!Ho languages

Núalís-Takuña languages

Ronquian languages

Leic languages

Wendoth languages

Mbingmik languages

Muyan languages

Dumic languages

T1 languages

Macro-Anatolionesian languages

Northeastern Tuysáfa languages

Kopian languages

Damo-Tingreya languages