- Izbiak language † (Izbiacki jazik)
- Izkan language †(Izkanski jezik)
- Iztar language (Iztarski ezik)
- Lipanian language † (Lipanćica)
- Slobodar language † (слободарски језик)-first Iryllian language to use Cyrillic
- Izornian language † (Izornski azik)
- Prizav language †(Prizavski jazik)
- Itorian language† (Иторђина) also uses Cyrillic.
- Vartakian language †-also uses Cyrillic.
- Prizren language † (Prizrenski jazik)
- Narentian language (Нарентски език)
- Lasavian language (Lasavski jezik)
- Lasvarian language(Laśvarski ëzik)
- Srniak language (Srnjačka reč)
According to the Minister of Integration and Democratization Ivo Pajčik, a new unified scheme was created in February 2014
- Central Iryllian
- East Iryllian
- North Iryllian
- South Iryllian
Central Iryllian languages
The Central Iryllian languages are the newst and only surving branch. Two of the languages, Slobodar and Narentian, used Cyrillic script, the other use Latin. These languages were highly influenced by Serbian and Shtokavian dialects. There is a large ammount of Serbisms in the vocabulary.
The East Iryllian languages , Itoriak and vartakian were influenced by Russian. They were written by Cyrillic script and emerged in March 2012. However, they died out in May 2012. They used to be official in the Itoriak and Vartak republics, respectively
The North Iryllian languages are an extict branch of Iryllian languages, highly ifluenced by Croatian, especially its Chakavian dialect. The most widespread language was the Iztar language, used as official in Iztaria and later the lingua franca of Slevania. It grew extinct in spring 2013.
Lipanian was influenced by the Bosnian language and was the official language of Republic of Velka Lipa i Snovina. After becoming part of Slevania, it was assimilated into Iztarian.
The South Iryllian languages were highly influenced by Slovak dialects and had no Yugoslav influences. all five languages are now extinct.
The Izbjak language is the oldest Iryllian language, dating back from December 2010.
The Izkan language was official in Izkania and had a few archaic feautures, such as the -ć suffix in the indefinate.
The Prizav was a new name for the izbiak language, and it was used as official in parts of the Tsarist Gishabrun The language split into two dialects:
Izornian was used by the Izornia rebels in eastern Novigrad and Prizrenian extinct in January 2014. Prizrenian was official in the Prizrenija Republic. It was also used commonly during the Narentian Civil War by the Prizren government.
Lords Prayer in Izbiak:
Otče náš, ktorí si na nebesiach
Posveť sa meno Tvoje
Príd královstvo Tvoje
Bud vuola Tvoja
Ako v ňebi tag i na zemi,
Chleb náš každodenní daj nám dňes
a ňeuved nás do pokušeňja ale zbaw nás Zlého.
The East Iryllian languages are poorly documented, it is almost impossible to reconstruct them.The only piece of text in Slobodarian is a letter -Declaration of independence written in Cyrillic.
Most of the languages used Latin script. Cyrillic was used by the East Iryllian languages, by the extinct Slobodar language and is currently used only by the Narentian language. Iryllian languages used Latin script. Cyrillic was used by the East Iryllian languages db Soodr ndis iltt us b t Nrntian language.