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Hey everybody, welcome to “Nguh”

Agma Schwa is a YouTube channel run by Robbie Cole, AKA “Nguh,” dedicated to bringing a more casual and fun approach to elements of conlanging, worldbuilding, and linguistics in general!

Robbie Cole graduated from Arizona State University in 2020, majoring in Linguistics with a minor in Spanish Linguistics and TESOL. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Digital Audience Strategy in 2021 and published A Grammar of the Arodjun Language later that year.

He speaks English and Spanish fluently, and has created conlangs such as Arodjun, pʰ.ð.m, Rabbid, Hvasvan, HyperPirate, Gumsmaq, Santaa, Nashan, The Secret Handshake, Permechikan, Prins, The Hallowed Ween, and HyperFormal. Subscribe to the channel for more content in the future!

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All of the content of the Arodjun language, the pthm language, and any of the Sern-Cahilan languages, along with the fictional world in which they are spoken, are the intellectual property of Robert Cole (Agma Schwa), and are available under the Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-SA, meaning that this license lets others remix, adapt, and build upon the work non-commercially, as long as they credit the creator and license their new creations under the identical terms.

The Rabbid language, however, is a fan language created for the Rabbids universe, which is owned by Ubisoft. Thus, although Agma Schwa is the creator, this language is to be public domain unless Ubisoft says otherwise (which is probably never going to happen).

Sorry for the thicc disclaimer, I just don't want anybody falsely claiming my fictional universe. The content of 'A Grammar of the Arodjun Language' is already copyrighted, but this is meant for any contents of this universe that may be available online but are not yet a part of copyrighted literature.

For more information, see the YouTube channel Agma Schwa