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Written Simlish that can be read as "Simlish"
Created byWill Wright
UsersSims from The Sims game
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
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Simlish is a made-up language spoken in the Sims video games. It was created because changing the Sims' words into the players' language would cost a lot of money and would make the Sims say the same words all the time.[source?] Simlish is spoken by Sims, the characters in The Sims, The Sims 2, The Sims 3 and The Sims 4.[1] Simlish is a language

Sentences in Simlish[change | change source]

All of these phrases are from The Sims.

  • Male Sims speaking - "Homina blastima."
  • Female Sims speaking - "Enama polap."
  • Child Sims speaking - "Sizzaza Za" and "The sungoos keekaf terweek."
  • Female Sims playing arcade games - "Itwack, itcack."
  • Adult Sims speaking on the telephone - "A beboo."
  • Child Sims getting on a bus - "Yabba doochia."
  • Adult male Sims saying goodbye - "Mal-Mal."

Written Simlish[change | change source]

Written Simlish is seen on The Sims 2, The Sims 3, and ‘‘The Sims 4’’. It looks similar to Zodiac symbols taken from the Wingdings font on a computer. Text such as the names of Sims, hints and tips and on-screen messages are all in the selected language (i.e. English, French, Spanish), and are usually written in the Comic Sans MS font.

Speaking Simlish[change | change source]

Simlish English
Sul Sul Hello
Ragen Plaga I want to sleep
Urr rahh Oh yeah
Myshuno A game
NooBoo Baby
Soon Soon Bye bye
Araganda Move away
Vadish Thank you

References[change | change source]

  1. "The Sims Bustin' Out Designer Diary #3". Archived from the original on 2006-01-06. Retrieved 2008-07-29.

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