Alwato (constructed language)
From Kook Science
Alwato (pr. ahl-wah-to; portmanteau: al, "all" + wato, "speech, language"), also known as tikiwa (pr. tee-kee-wah), is a constructed language, first circulated in 1871 by Stephen Pearl Andrews, which was intended to be a "new, scientific, universal language" to accompany Andrews's Universology, "the Science of the Universe."
- Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1871), The Primary Synopsis of Universology and Alwato: The New Scientific Universal Language, New York: D. Thomas, https://archive.org/details/primarysynopsiso00andrrich
- Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1872), The Basic Outline of Universology: An Introduction to the Newly Discovered Science of the Universe, Its Elementary Principles, and the First Stages of Their Development in the Special Science: Together with Preliminary Notices of Alwato (Ahl-Wa-To), the Newly Discovered Scientific Universal Language Resulting from the Principles of Universology, New York: Dion Thomas
- Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1877), The Primary Grammar of Alwato, Boston: S. P. Andrews, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100140991