Fesian was the dominant language of the Republic of Tusico, acting as a lingua franca through half of the known world during its time. It descended from Proto-Fesian, a sparsely researched ancient language. Much like Latin, Fesian was the only living descendant of its mother tongue, which has gone on to give birth to its own daughters. It is indeed aesthetically inspired by Latin in regards to its sound system and writing.
Fesian’s phonology is inspired by that of Latin with a few distinctions. Like most of the world’s languages, Fesian has a wide array of sounds produced just behind the teeth. It includes an interesting distinction in its geminate consonants, that is consonants that are produced to be twice as long as plain consonants. Fesian, thankfully for us, has way fewer than Finnish does.
This page is a WIP! More to come.