An artificial language developed between 1924 and 1951, based mainly on the Romance languages and intended as a medium of international communication among scientists.
Origin of Interlinguainter– + Latin lingua, language; see lingua.
- An interlanguage based on Romance languages, English, German, Russian and Latin, developed by the International Auxiliary Language Association, and first published in 1951.
- Latino sine Flexione, a simplified version of Latin by Giuseppe Peano
Sometimes confused with Interlingue