Forskä is a newly-developed language by Matthew Tyler-Howells, and is constructed of stems from English, Swedish, Danish and Welsh. It is not developed to be used in the real world, but instead to improve linguistic skills.

Where did the name come from?

Co-incidentally, the name is a derivative of the Swedish word "forska", which means "research". The name was a random word created by Matthew Tyler-Howells, with the requirements being that it had an accent and sounded Swedish.

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