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Vo·la·pük(vō′lə-po͝ok′, -pük′, vŏl′ə-)
An artificial international language based on English.
(Languages) an artificial language based on English, French, German, Latin, etc, invented by Johann Schleyer (1831–1912) in 1880
[C19: from vol, based on world + euphonic -a- + pük speech, based on speak]
or Vol•a•puk(ˈvɒl əˌpʊk, ˈvoʊ lə-)
one of the earliest international auxiliary languages, constructed about 1879 using elements from various European languages.