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The term auxiliary language is a language which is not the primary or native language of a community. It may refer to:
- an international auxiliary language, a planned, artificial language constructed for international communication, such as Esperanto or International Sign
- a local minority language which has official recognition
- a liturgical language, such as Latin, Sanskrit, or Old Church Slavonic, used in religious services
- a professional, trade, or otherwise secret language such as Kallawaya among Andean herbalists
- an initiation language such as Damin in Australia
- a language of ethnic identity such as Eskayan in the Philippines
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