The languages of Shihari and Hamóta Laie probably belong to the Littoral family, and are descendants of the language spoken in Meriscala in the Clannish Era.
The language of Shihari, Phollúgní, eventually split into two, when a group of Kástúrí fled to Hamóta and established a new country there. The language of Hamóta quickly diverged from the original language, and is now significantly different.
There are two dialects of the Phollúgní, one spoken in the areas ruled from the island of Otágní Tsol, and the other spoken in the southern islands. The dialects are still mutually intelligible, but are gradually moving further apart, and are likely to form to distinct languages in the future.
At the moment, only the Phollúgní language is detailed on this site, and will be found the in Conlangs section.