What Is Inkling Language

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Inkling language

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Signs and logos for Booyah Base's shops are written in Inkling.
The Inkling language is the language spoken primarily by Inklings, and perhaps other characters as well, such as the Octolings. Most, if not all, of the game's graphics and voice clips are in Inkling.
While many have tried to decipher the language, nobody has been able to make any real progress toward this goal. The structure, vocabulary, and grammar of the language are still unknown. It is believed that, rather than being a real language or cipher like The Legend of Zelda's Hylian, Inkling is not translatable.
Forge's logo appears to read FORリマ, or Forima. This is Forge's name in Japan.
Written Inkling appears
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(originally written by Squid Squad)
City of Color
Maritime Memory
Ink Me Up
Fresh Start (Splatoon 2)
The Chirpy Chips
Quick Start
Squid Squad
Ink or Sink
Kraken Up
Now or Never!
Off The Hook
Ebb and Flow
Muck Warfare
Acid Hues
Booyah Base's name is based on the cheer "Boo-yah!" and the Provençal fish stew bouillabaisse.
"Ngyes" and "Woomy", dialogue from Inkling boys and girls (respectively), have become well-known memes among the Splatoon fandom, as both of them were heard frequently. "Woomy" may also refer to the Inkling girl, while "Ngyes" refers to the Inkling boy.
The Japanese-language equivalent of "Woomy" is "Manmenmi" (マンメンミ, what "Gung-we-wy" sounds like in Japanese), which is also based on a quote by the Inkling girl. She usually says this after defeating a boss or when saying "Booyah!".
The Japanese lyrics of the Squid Sisters' songs (or their dialect) may suggest that Inkling is a syllabic language, like
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