Ollapukkitian language

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The Ollapukkitian language is an unspoken form of communication used by the Ollapukkitians. Lacking vocal chords and facial expressions, their language is entirely non-verbal, consisting of different hand signs, moves and dances denoting different words. It is therefore a kind of codified "body language".

To foreigners, the meanings of words may be further reinforced by series of clicks and buzzing sounds, but this is considered crude and bad form among Ollapukkitians themselves.