Naadu'ul, or Na'ai, is a Naadic language that originated in the Alaar Desert near Bosh, the capital of the Kingdom of Naador. It is the dominant language of the Naadic people, and is the official language in every Naadic state. It is inspired by Arabic and African sounds, but with a unique structure that is easy for beginners in language learning to pick up. It is currently a very primitive language, and Naadic peoples add new words regularly.
Early Naadu'ul developed among the Nomadic tribes, primarily the Parmha tribe of the Alaar desert. Before settling in Modern day Bosh, these tribes traveled on the backs of Llamas, and traded with each other for regional materials, such as wool and cactus dye. It has become a staple of Naadic culture, and shows no signs of slowing.