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Jonathan Swift's satire Gulliver's Travels has always been subject of extensive research. However, some points are deserving of more discussion. The present essay aims to exploit those points, namely the languages invented by the author, tracing their possible origins and explaining their glosses as accurately as achievable, by researching the most relevant references available like Ehrenpreis (1948), Asimov (1980), Clark (1972) and Pons (1972), and investigating the relevant matters in hisdoi:10.17722/jell.v7i2.313 fatcat:m5o3mzzkangxncvg5udt2nwjoy