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  1. Kengetic: Language group of the Ketyai peoples.
    • Kemkaric: Language group of the ancient Ketyai pastoralists of the Northwestern Three Seas.
      • Kyranean: Lost language of ancient Kyraneas.
        • High Sheyic: Language of Ceneian Empire.
          • Low Sheyic: Language of the Nansur Empire and lingua franca of the Three Seas.
      • Soroptic: Lost language of ancient Shigek.
    • Hamoric: Language group of the ancient Ketyai pastoralists of the Eastern Three Seas.
      • Ham-Kheremic: Lost language of ancient Shir.
        • Sheyo-Kheremic: Lost language of the lower castes of the Eastern Ceneian Empire.
        • Old Ainoni: Language of Ceneian-occupied Ainon.
          • Ainoni: Language of High Ainon.
    • Shem-Varsi: Language group of the ancient pastoralists of the Southwestern Three Seas.
      • Vaparsi: Lost language of ancient Nilnamesh.
        • High Vurumandic: Language of Nilnameshi ruling castes.
        • Sapmatari: Lost language of Nilnameshi laboring castes.
          • Sheyo-Buskrit: Language of Nilnameshi labouring castes.
          • Girgashi: Language of Fanic-Girgash.
          • Cinguli: Language of Cingulat.
        • Xerashi: Lost language of scriptural Xerash.
          • Sheyo-Xerashi: Language of Xerash.
      • Shemic: Language group of the ancient non-Nilnameshi pastoralists of the Southwestern Three Seas.
        • Proto-Caro-Shemic: Language group of the ancient pastoralists of the Eastern Carathay Desert.
          • Caro-Shemic: Language of the scriptural pastoralists of the Carathay Desert.
            • Kianni: Language of Kian.
          • Mamati: Language of scriptural Amoteu.
            • Amoti: Language of Amoteu.
            • Eumarni: Language of Eumarna.

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