|Spoken in: Lesser Aperin|
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"Eugenian" refers to the native language of Eugenia. Though it was all but annihilated in most of Outer Eugenia during the colonial period, Eugenian survived in the jungles, mountains and deserts of the land as well as neighboring territories such as Watfordshire, Sacco and Vanzetti and the Free Soviets. The imperialists' hostility was likely sparked by the fact that the language has no words for concepts such as absentee landlordism and the boss/worker relationship that are not synonymous with 'rape' and 'abomination.'
Eugenian has made a significant comeback in the rest of Eugenia during the decades following the Revolution and is now spoken by a vast majority of Eugenians.
Eugenian has no words for the concept of "ownership." In Eugenian, the relationships between people and inanimate objects are described in terms of "need" and "use." So the closest Eugenian translation of the phrase "this is my pen" would be "this is the pen that I am using."
See Also: Languages of Aperin