|Telepathic (Agglutinative or Polysynthetic)|
|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
This language is th telepathic language of the Weeping Angels, more about which you can find here. Φωγονεπ Wερκ is a very fast-pace language, even with the declensions, conjugations, and all six cases.
All consonants are voiceless; all vowels, except for one (ə) are rounded. More on that explained later.
|Plosive||p pʲ||t tʲ||c||k kʲ||q qʲ||ʔ|
|Fricative||ɸ ɸʲ||f||θ||s||ʂ||ɕ||ç||χ χʲ||ħ ħʲ||ʜ ʜʲ||h|
As you can see, many of the consonants can be palatialised at any moment in a word, and these are probably the only ones that will be palatalised
|Hh||/ħ/ /ʜ/ /h/|
The following are the syllable structures of Φωγονεπ Wερκ:
CVC, VCV, CCV, VVC, CVV, & VCC
So, (C)(V)(C)V(C)(V)(C) is the basic syllable structure.
All (rather most) sentences will be in the form of one word, as in many native american languages.
Nouns All nouns decline to case and to number:
|Nominative||-υνο||denotes subject of a sentence|
|Accusative||-οιθ||denotes direct object of a sentence|
|Dative||-ταλ||denotes indirect object of a sentence|
|Ablative||-ωκε||denotes when/where/how/etc a noun is|
|Vocative||-λιτ||denotes speaking directly to someone|
To mark the (pro)nouns into case, you simply add the suffix from the table above directly after that specific (pro)noun.
Pronouns & their Verb Conjugations
|Pronoun Prefix||Verb Conjugation Infix|
|1st Person Singular||ρεκ- (I)||-θωξ-|
|2nd Person Singular||κυτ- (you)||-χιλ-|
|3rd Person Singular||οτα- (he, she, & it)||-κιh-|
|1st Person Plural||wιλ- (we)||-ξωι-|
|2nd Person Plural||εξα- (you, plural)||-λασ-|
|3rd Person Plural||λερ- (they)||-υαq-|
Add the Verb Conj. Infix directly before the verb you are conjugating.
Every verb has its own specific suffix. They will be listed in the future in the vocabulary, but just for an example, the verbs "to be" "to jump" and "to have" will be listed below:
Then, to say "I am," you would say "Ρεκυνοθωξhυιυλε" /r̥əːkʊɴœθɔk͡xħʊyːʊʟ̝̊ə/.
To conjugate a verb according to tense, you would follow this table of prefixes, which would go directly in front of the verb you are conjugating (based off of this):
Expresses habitual activity: it happens regularly / states facts, feelings, or opinions.
|Continuous||θαι-||States an activity that is in progress.|
|Perfect||ξωκ-||Expresses a completed action in the recent past or expresses abstracted experience.|
|Past||Perfect Continuous||θυλ-||Emphasizes the duration of an activity that began in the past but is continuing in the present.|
|Simple||εκθ-||Expresses an action completed at a defined point in the past.|
|Continuous||ελο-||States an activity that was in progress at a specific point in the past; often a statement of interruption.|
|Perfect||λκε-||Expresses an action completed in the past , before another action, also past.|
|Perfect Continuous||τια-||Expresses the duration of an activity in the past before another past action.|
|Future||Simple||ιξο-||Expresses future action or prediction.|
|Continuous||οιθ-||Expresses an action at a particular point in the future.|
|Perfect||οπυ-||Expresses an action completed in the future before another action in the future.|
|Perfect Continuous||ακυ-||Expresses the duration of an action in the future before another future action.|
The adjectives in this language are treated as verbs, so instead of saying "The hair is brown," you would say "The hair browns."
All adjectives will be listed (hopefully in the future sometime soon) in the vocabulary.
The "word" order is SVO.
The lexicon of Φωγονεπ Wερκ is all rooted from one word, which branches off into many hundreds of more words (affixes). This "first word" is:
All other affixes deviate from this word, as stated. The closest translation of ιξαqγοκεw is "of or relating to standing still in space in the sight of another living being; stationary within peripherals."