Kirumb is the name for a family of Indo-European languages spoken in Eastern Europe till about the fifth century AD. The most well-attested dialect is that of Corinth, "K". The name Kirumb comes from kirómbos, the most common self-referent of its speakers, derived from the word kiróps "gryphon".


Kirumb is inflectional, declining nouns for case and number and conjugating verbs for person, number, voice, tense/aspect, and mode. The dominant word order is verb-penultimate. Noun phrases are head-initial. Postpositions.

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