Here is yet another (admittedly late coming) Ethnologue entry for my conlang, Nur-ellen. NUR-ELLEN (ELLEN, MODERN ELVISH, LOW ELVISH, YLYLIG) 270,000 fluent speakers in Kemr, 67% of the ethnic population, almost all bilingual (also speak Brithenig); 340,000 worldwide. Spoken in several parts of Kemr and in adjacent England; largest community in the city of Tavrob`l (Tafrobl). Emigrant communities in the North American League, Canada, Argentina, Australasia. Quendian, Insular. Dialects: Lalorndorn (around Tafrobl), Lejonossen (in Castreleon and vicinity), Nessirn (scattered about south central Kemr), Körnen (in western Kernow), several emigrant dialects. All dialects are mutually intelligible to a high degree; written standard form based on Lalminorn dialect. Native alphabetic script, though Latin script is also used. More than 95% literate. Officially acknowledged minority language in Kemr; used in local government, education, church services. Three newspapers in Nur-ellen (2 in Tafrobl, 1 in Castreleon); radio and TV station in Tafrobl. Typology: SVO, inflecting, active case marking. Mostly Christian, but traditional religion remergent. Bible: NT 1887, full bible 1901. Alternative timeline; see Ill Bethisad. Possibly also spoken by a very small minority in Britain in our timeline.