Bekiskish is the language of the Bekiskapan. Though it took its final form gradually, over the course of the thousands of years the Bekiskapan conquered and absorbed the cultures of the Afro-Eurasian landmass on their iteration of Earth, Bekiskish ended up sounding a lot like the Early Modern English of William Shakespeare. That may have something to do with the nature of this universe, but we’ll leave that up to you.
At any rate, think of a slightly more accurate version of what Stan Lee tried to do with the Marvel Comics version of Thor, add in the nonce words of Lewis Carroll’s poem “Jabberwocky,” and throw a dash of E. Christopher Clark’s odd sense of humor on top, and you have Bekiskish.
Be sure to check out the Shakespearean Translator at LingoJam for just a taste of what Bekiskish has in store for you, should you choose to become a fluent speaker.